“The Journey: Stories of Migration” by Cynthia Rylant, Language Discovery
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This lovely story is a non-fiction work about animal migrations.
This comprehensive workbook works as a companion to the Journeys story, “The Journey: Stories of Migration.” Suitable for native speakers as well as EFL, these exercises were carefully laid down to support all vocabulary and grammar put forth by Houghton Mifflin, and give kids a comprehensive exposure to the productive skills of reading and writing.
In Taiwan, there are many English programs and Bi-lingual schools who use American curriculums. That is great in theory, an American education after all. However, most kids haven't the input and grammar foundation to put it together. So, we wrote a book to accompany our 'Journeys' books.
There are many lovely stories, we just needed to create a bridge, and add extra firmament as the kids moved forward. We also included a grammar map of our own, to fill in the gaps for our EFL learners.
-original dialogs/ target vocabulary
-/es/ and /ed/ endings-phonics, changing y to i
-Spelling word usage and illustration
-Proper Adjectives people of the world
-Identifying Paris Landmarks; dialogue writing
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