- Author:Mirna Lawrence,Jenny Myers-Katz,Jacana Education
- Publisher:Jacana Media (October 9, 1997)
- Pages:80 pages
- Subcategory:English as a Second Language
- FB2 format1468 kb
- ePUB format1626 kb
- DJVU format1816 kb
- Formats:lrf mbr txt doc
Mirna Lawrence, Jenny Myers-Katz, Jacana Education. This outcomes-based series offers a new and innovative way of teaching English reading, writing, comprehension and spelling skills for the Foundation Phase.
Mirna Lawrence, Jenny Myers-Katz, Jacana Education. The series consists of Learners' Workbooks and Teachers' Manuals and is based on co-operative learning, where learning to read and write is made interactive and enjoyable. It also makes use of fun hand signals and stories with local content.
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A new Alphabet book set to authentic native African "batik"-style illustrations. Reading to/with children, writing for children, and more.
Alphabet worksheets help children practice early literacy skills. Our alphabet worksheets are intended to help push your child through that door with a variety of exercises that enlighten and entertain at the same time. To speed up the process even more, try some of these at-home ABC games: Put a bunch of fruit in a bowl and see if he can identify the items that start with various letters, like A (apple), B (banana), G (grapes), P (peach), etc.
The African Reference Alphabet is clearly related to the Africa Alphabet and reflected practice based on the .
The African Reference Alphabet is clearly related to the Africa Alphabet and reflected practice based on the latter (including use of IPA characters). Different images of the alphabet were used in the two versions, and there are a number of differences between the two. The English version proposed an alphabet of 57 letters, given in both upper and lower-case forms. Eight of these are formed from common Latin letters with the addition of an underline mark ( ).
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Brain Quest just got smarter-and so will your child. The workbook also includes a pull-out poster of the Alphabet and numbers 1-12.
The Africa Alphabet (also International African Alphabet or IAI alphabet) was developed in. .
The Africa Alphabet (also International African Alphabet or IAI alphabet) was developed in 1928 under the lead of Diedrich Westermann. It is based on the International Phonetic Alphabet with a few differences, such as j and y, which instead have the same (consonant) sound values as in English.