Language for learning
Siegfried Engelmann
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An edition of Language for learning (1999)

Language for learning

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This edition was published in by SRA/McGraw-Hill in Columbus, Ohio.

Written in English

Helps develop strong language skills and give young children and ESL students a solid foundation for literacy. Provides practice in vocabulary, word and sentence variety, the development of precise word knowledge, and in hard to teach concepts such as some/all/none and same/different. Uses the Direct Instruction method of teaching.

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Cover of: Language for learning
Language for learning
1999, SRA/McGraw-Hill
in English
Cover of: Language for Learning - Presentation Book C
Language for Learning - Presentation Book C
1999, SRA / McGraw-Hill
Spiral-bound in English
Cover of: Language for Learning Workbook D
Language for Learning Workbook D
1999, SRA McGraw-Hill
Paperback
Cover of: Language for Learning - Presentation Book D
Language for Learning - Presentation Book D
1999, SRA / McGraw-Hill
Spiral-bound in English
Cover of: Language for Learning - Presentation Book B
Language for Learning - Presentation Book B
1999, SRA / McGraw-Hill
Spiral-bound in English
Cover of: Language for Learning - Presentation Book A
Language for Learning - Presentation Book A
1999, SRA / McGraw-Hill
Spiral-bound in English

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Language for learning

First published in 1999



Work Description

I used this program with an older student with no effective language skills. He had to work hard to repeat the sentences and to remember the parts, but he became a more successful communicator. The program was easy to use and self-explanatory. It is very repetitive, but that was perfect for my student.

Language for learning

This edition was published in by SRA/McGraw-Hill in Columbus, Ohio.


Edition Description

Helps develop strong language skills and give young children and ESL students a solid foundation for literacy. Provides practice in vocabulary, word and sentence variety, the development of precise word knowledge, and in hard to teach concepts such as some/all/none and same/different. Uses the Direct Instruction method of teaching.

Edition Notes

Main volume of the series has the subtitle "Presentation book".

Grades K-2.

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OL21100505M
ISBN 10
0026746425, 0026746433, 0026746441, 002674645X, 0026746468, 0026746476, 0026746484, 0026746492, 0026746514, 0026746522
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