Full-color photos and bold graphics plus traditional and original, specially created games make these the playthings children will return to again and again. My First Picture Pairs: Preschool recognition, sorting , and memory game. "
Author: Dorling Kindersley Publishing
Publisher: Dk Pub
"Innovative games promote learning through play - the proven path to success in school. At last Dorling Kindersley quality is available in a new group of games designed for the younger set. Full-color photos and bold graphics plus traditional and original, specially created games make these the playthings children will return to again and again. My First Picture Pairs: Preschool recognition, sorting , and memory game. "
A fantastic early learning, word recognition and memory game fun from the bestselling My First series. Your child's memory will be picture perfect after hours of fun with My First Picture Pairs!
Author: DK PUBLISHING
Publisher: Penguin Books, Limited (UK)
A fantastic early learning, word recognition and memory game fun from the bestselling My First series. Your child's memory will be picture perfect after hours of fun with My First Picture Pairs! Encourage the development of their observation, memory, sorting and matching skills with a game they can play by themselves or with friends. Contains 54 cards with bright photographic images of familiar objects and easy-to-follow instructions with a helpful note to parents and teachers.
However, in the very early days when I was doing my first experiments with pictures, there was, I thought, in many middle-class homes the tendency to “pair” ...
Author: C.W. Valentine
Originally published in 1962, the experimental study of aesthetics was a field particularly associated with the name of C.W. Valentine, who in this book provided a critical review of research carried out since the end of the nineteenth century principally by British and American psychologists. The investigations described, many of them conducted by the author, are concerned with individual responses to what is commonly regarded as beautiful in painting, music, and poetry, an important distinction being made between the perception of objects as ‘beautiful’ as opposed to ‘pleasing’. The reactions of children and adults, and of people having different ethnic and social backgrounds, are explored in a variety of experiments dealing with specific elements, including colour, form, and balance in painting; musical intervals, discord, harmony, melody, and tempo; and rhythm, metre, imagery, and associations in classical and romantic poetry. Other experiments seek to disclose the temperamental and attitudinal factors underlying individual differences in the judgement and appreciation of specific works of art. Of particular interest are the studies of responses to modern paintings, poems and musical compositions. The findings throw light on the development of discrimination and taste and suggest the possibility of some common factor in the appreciation of these three arts. It was felt that critics as well as psychologists and aestheticians would find much to encourage reflection and to stimulate further research.
Pairs of pictures with contrasted referents were provided, such that the first picture introduces two referents and on the second picture these two ...
Author: Vadim Kimmelman
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
This book presents a first comprehensive overview of existing research on information structure in sign languages. Furthermore, it is combined with novel in-depth studies of Russian Sign Language and Sign Language of the Netherlands. The book discusses how topic, focus, and contrast are marked in the visual modality and what implications this has for theoretical and typological study of information structure. Such issues as syntactic and prosodic markers of information structure and their interactions, relations between different notions of information structure, and grammaticalization of markers of information structure are highlighted. Empirical studies of the two sign languages also showcase different methodologies that are used in such research and discuss their advantages and disadvantages. The book contains a general introduction to the field of information structure and thus can be used by linguists new to the field.
Author: Kathleen Harshberger
Defines more than 1100 vacabulary entries and uses some 500 illustrations.
... ways: the reconstruction of the event, the tornado in the first set of pictures; and the reconstruction of the shattered world recorded by the pairs.
Author: Jordan Bear
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
The before-and-after trope in photography has long paired images to represent change: whether affirmatively, as in the results of makeovers, social reforms or medical interventions, or negatively, in the destruction of the environment by the impacts of war or natural disasters. This interdisciplinary, multi-authored volume examines the central but almost unspoken position of before-and-after photography found in a wide range of contexts from the 19th century through to the present. Packed with case studies that explore the conceptual implications of these images, the book's rich language of evidence, documentation and persuasion present both historical material and the work of practicing photographers who have deployed – and challenged – the conventions of the before-and-after pairing. Touching on issues including sexuality, race, environmental change and criminality, Before-and-After Photography examines major topics of current debate in the critique of photography in an accessible way to allow students and scholars to explore the rich conceptual issues around photography's relationship with time and imagination.
Judy Nayer. A panda in polka-dot pajamas A piece of pumpkin pie penguin A pair of penguins in parachutes. Pp. pie panda pig A pink pig poking in a puddle ...
Author: Judy Nayer
Publisher: Twin Sisters®
“My First Picture Dictionary” features each letter of the alphabet, words containing each initial consonant sound, and a silly alliteration sentence! Fun sound-effects and whimsical music make learning the alphabet interesting for young learners. From a “clumsy cowboy on a camel” for the letter “c,” to “a hippo in a helicopter,” for the letter “h,” funny sentences will have kids laughing and learning at the same time.
... Places in towns ○ Have the class work in pairs, Students A and B. Copy two sheets for each pair. Give each student the first picture.
Author: Brian Hart
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
American English in Mind is an integrated, four-skills course for beginner to advanced teenage learners of American English. The American English in Mind Starter Teacher's Edition provides an overview of course pedagogy, teaching tips from Mario Rinvolucri, interleaved step-by-step lesson plans, audio scripts, Workbook answer keys, supplementary grammar practice exercises, communication activities, entry tests, and other useful resources.
I got my first black eye that year (just in time for school pictures) and my first pair of boots. Nancy Sinatra's big hit, “These Boots Are Made for ...
Author: Sherry Scott
Publisher: Author House
THE YEAR MY MOTHER DIED is unique in that other memoir authors, even those who focus on a relatives death, cannot offer the perspective of a physician specifically trained in palliative/hospice care. Scotts unique response to her own mothers death makes her realize that her familiarity with death does not determine her path through grief. Scott portrays a year-long journey, punctuated by nostalgia and quirky behavior, and ultimately offers hope to those who grieve. Through humor and reflection, she finds a way to honor her mothers profound contribution to her life.
The pictures in each pair, added together, make a new word. Figure out the words for each pair and write the new word in the blank. green.
Author: Fran Newman-D'Amico
Publisher: Courier Corporation
This entertaining activity book invites early-school-age youngsters to solve simple crossword puzzles, complete dot-to-dot drawings, do word searches on letter-filled grids, wind their way through easy-to-navigate mazes, and more. Large, colorable illustrations of dancing rhinos, fluttering butterflies, and other creatures of land, sea, and air add to the fun. A great way to enlarge childrens' vocabulary, this collection of simple challenges also helps sharpen spelling skills and explore the world through creative play.
GET THE PICTURE! This excellent pair activity format really motivates students. On the first day, the teacher asks students to cut out any photos from color ...
Author: Deborah Blaz
Provides detailed instructional strategies, sample lesson plans, and sample assessments so that foreign language teachers can make the best use of the additional time.
Aim: to focus students on grammatical form 0 Play the first sentence. ... 0 Demonstrate the game for the class and then give practice in open pairs.
Author: Melanie Williams
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Super Minds is a seven-level course for young learners. This exciting seven-level course enhances your students' thinking skills, improving their memory along with their language skills. Super Minds develops creativity with visualisation exercises and art and craft activities, explores social values with lively stories and encourages cross-curricular thinking with fascinating 'English for school' sections. For ease of use, this Level 1 Teacher's Book is interleaved with pages from the Student's Book. It includes detailed lesson aims, clear instructions and a vast array of extra activities.
32nd Photo Recon Squadron, 5th Photo Group, Fifteenth Air Force, Italy, ... This was my first experience with picture ID which proved useful to our tactical ...
Author: Thomas K. Follis
Publisher: Merriam Press
This is not a typical "War Story" that begins "There I was at 25,000 feet with two Me 262 German jets on my tail," even though that actually did happen. Many of those stories have been vividly related in some fine books written by real war heroes. Instead, this book begins with an immature 18-year-old boy being inducted into the Army Air Corps in 1942 and follows his day-by-day activities from Private to Aviation Cadet through the various flying schools - Primary, Basic and Advanced. He finally earns the coveted "Silver Wings" of a pilot as an officer. Later, after surviving combat missions in an unarmed F-5 (Lockheed P-38 Lightning) photo reconnaissance aircraft in the bloody skies over the Mediterranean Theater of Operations where more than 15,000 brave young airmen of the Fifteenth Air Force perished, he is swiftly rotated back to the United States in preparation for redeployment for the invasion of Japan. This invasion was mercifully obviated by the atomic bomb. In World War II air superiority made the invasion of Europe possible. Air superiority made the invasion of Japan unnecessary. He details many colorful experiences, covering his induction, pre-flight and various other flying schools. Tom's accounts about his assignments at San Severo, Italy, with the 32nd Photo Recon Squadron, 5th Photo Group, Fifteenth Army Air Force, are accurate and explicit with numerous photographs and illustrations added to the book.
Tell the students to get in pairs , look at the picture , and make up a story about what happened before and ... First ask them to describe the picture .
Author: Leo Jones
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Listening and speaking activities for students of American English.
The pictures follow a progressive series and, as you will see, ... They show a struggle between the pairs of opposites, with an attempt to solve the problem ...
Author: William McGuire
Based on the Tavistock Lectures of 1930, one of Jung's most accessible introductions to his work.
Ducks molt their feathers every year, the old feathers A pair of Muscovy ducks. My First Book About Ducks Page 10 How ducks act.
Author: Molly Davidson
Publisher: Mendon Cottage Books
Table of Contents Introduction What are ducks? What do ducks look like? Ducks and what they eat How ducks act Ducks and humans Mallards Muscovy ducks Ring-necked ducks Mandarin ducks Pink-eared ducks Hottentot teals Swans Geese Conclusion Publisher Introduction Ducks live all over the World, except in Antarctica.
1 a pair of shoes (: two) 2 a bottle of water 3 a bit of French (: not much) ... Establish that: — in the first picture the people are less formal: they are ...
Author: Adrian Doff
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
English Unlimited is a six-level (A1 to C1) goals-based course for adults. Centred on purposeful, real-life objectives, it prepares learners to use English independently for global communication. As well as clear teaching notes, the updated Elementary A and B Teacher's Pack (Teacher's Book with DVD-ROM) offers lots of extra ideas and activities to suit different classroom situations and teaching styles. The DVD-ROM provides a range of extra printable activities, a comprehensive testing and assessment program, extra literacy and handwriting activities for non-Roman alphabet users and clear mapping of the syllabus against the CEFR 'can do' statements. It also includes the videos from the Self-study Pack DVD-ROM for classroom use.