2 edition of Family and Friends, Level 2 found in the catalog.
|Statement||Oxford University Press|
|Publishers||Oxford University Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||75|
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Encourage your child to start a blog and invite family and friends to follow them. Draw a picture of your favorite person, animal, or place. Ways of coping come in all shapes and sizes. Optional culture pages offer more variety and opportunities for cultural comparisons• New optional culture sections at the back of the book offer even more variety with opportunities for learners to compare their own life with those of English-speaking children of the same age.
Write a story where you are the main character and ask someone else to make up an ending to the story. Testing and Evaluation Book full• Have your child draw pictures or write letters to siblings, family members, and friends.
Share funny stories or memories. Remaining connected to family and friends Family and Friends another way Family and Friends cope with stressful experiences.
Give one of these a try! For example, imagine your Level 2 place and who would be there with you. Some examples of coping skills and strategies include distraction, self-soothing strategies, mindfulness activities, and using positive self-statements. Tests with audio, differentiated unit worksheets and picture dictionary can be found on the Teacher's Site here: Support and development for the whole child.
Ask yourself, what would I Family and Friends my best friend right now? Due to COVID-19, it may be more challenging to meaningfully connect with family and friends, so we must be creative! The progression is specially written for non-native speakers and is particularly well structured for children who do not use the Roman alphabet.
Draw a picture of your favorite person, animal, or place.
Give one of these a try! The values syllabus, found in the songs and stories, helps children develop social and emotional skills which guarantee success in the classroom and at home.
Teacher's Book Plus Package with Classroom Presentation Tool, Fluency DVD and Teacher's Assessment and Resources content• Some examples of coping skills and strategies include distraction, self-soothing strategies, mindfulness activities, and using positive self-statements.