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- Model: SGEE0401-04
- Weight: 3.00kg
- Dimensions: 0.00cm x 42.00cm x 59.00cm
- SKU: SGEE0401-04
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Learning Park English - A Big Book of Charts
This collection of 4 Big Books of Charts consists of enlarged pages the Learning Park English Readers. The extra large print and lovely illustrations the attention of children but also help them focus on the text, making language learning easier but more effective. Inject fun info teaching and learning with these Big Books of Charts for a complete set of teaching and learning resources!
Colour: full colour (Readers 1 to 4)
Age group: 4 to 6
Learning Park Big Book Set Including:
1. Learning Park - English Reader 1 (Big Book Of Charts)
2. Learning Park - English Reader 2 (Big Book Of Charts)
3. Learning Park - English Reader 3 (Big Book Of Charts)
4. Learning Park - English Reader 4 (Big Book Of Charts)
Note to Teacher
1) What are the benefits of using the charts?
The charts are a fun and effective teaching and learning resource. The charts are an ideal resource to add to any existing teaching and learning tools. With these charts teacher are able to conduct lessons with ease as children will be able to see and respond to the contents of the charts even from a distance.
The charts encourage shared reading and fun learning
These charts are ab effective way to capture the attention of children to get them to be more involved in the lesson and text. When the teacher show the charts and carry out the fun activities together with the children, they will learn to read and respond to the words and picture easily.
The charts enhance reading/ speaking fluency
The topic and contents of these charts have been carefully develop to ensure success in language learning. Though repeated viewing and sharing of the charts, the children begin to associate letter sounds with the printed text and thus enhance their reading fluency.
2) How to use these charts:
Guide the children in the singing of the songs and the reading of the words, poems and stories. You may choose to sing/read the text to them first, and then ask the children to repeat after you. Guide the children in talking about the illustrations. Ask them to describe what they see. Ask them about their own experiences, too, Ask the children to choose and point out their favourite word for each lesson. This will help the children to learn and master their very own sight words as learning becomes more effective, fun and meaningful for them. This will also boost their confidence and give them a sense of achievement.