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text 2018-06-11 07:42
How Do You Help Your Students Develop a Good Attitude Toward Learning

Given how long each student is in school, from the years of dedication and hours sat in seats each day, it can be hard to stay motivated. As a teacher, it is your job to foster a productive learning environment. Here are seven ways to help your students develop an attitude about learning:

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review 2018-04-23 22:34
Review: The Misadventures of Michael McMichaels Vol 2: The Borrowed Bracelet
The Misadventures of Michael McMichaels Vol 2: The Borrowed Bracelet - Tony Penn

The Misadventures of Michael McMichaels book is about another moral lesson that we need to teach lesson. This story about an borrowed bracelet but do your children or child know the different between borrowing and stealing?

 

This story plot put Michael in a predicament. Does he know the different or not? You will see that he does something he thinks is justified as he not harming anyone one and has learned lesson about what did in book one. If you have not that is a good book to read a well and is the beginning of the series.

 

Tony Penn does a good job with this moral lesson and bringing it out for children to learn  and understand the concept. He also does it where young children can learn and enjoy the book. This is a good book for parents as well as young children and readers.

 

The picture are done well. I do enjoy the misadventures that the young Michael goes though. I can see young children learning from this book and the moral lesson behind the book.

Source: nrcbooks.blogspot.com/2018/04/review-misadventures-of-michael_23.html
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review 2018-04-01 00:00
The Learning Hours
The Learning Hours - Sara Ney I started reading this at 8pm last night, had to take a little break for a bit, went back to it at 11, and boy....
That was a mistake. I forced myself to set it aside at 3:07am. I don't get to sleep in.

I'm too old for this! But Sara Ney can kind of make me feel the new adult, so it's kind of wonderful. I particularly enjoy the brand of drama she brings, which is not an overboard, trauma pile-on of epic proportions, but the realities of being young and in love.

It was wonderful to see a nice, fumbling, less-than-average looking hero. The insecurities of these two were very well-played and yet not overplayed.

I thoroughly enjoy it, and just can't quite pick my rating. (3.5) I'm docking like a quarter of a point for the addictive quality of this book that made me tired and cranky. This series is just such a great breath of fresh air!
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review 2017-12-09 16:15
Review: THE ADVENTURES OF MITEE MITE Collection (Series)
The Adventures of Mitee Mite: The Entire First Edition Collection - John David Mann

The Adventures of Mitee Mite is a good teaching and learning collection of books. They make it fun for children with a math. The children will learn Time, Money, Shapes, Measurements. It was done really nicely.

 

The author does a good job with the learning, The pictures are done well. I love that you get several different answers to choose from and try and guess the answer. When you turn the page you will get the answer to Question or to what you were getting the right answer.

 

It a neat idea and good for young learning and has trouble with their shapes, Measurements and Time, and money. It enjoys it and it believes this is a good concept for parents and children to do together and it funs.



Source: nrcbooks.blogspot.com/2018/02/book-tour-adventures-of-mitee-mite.html
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review 2017-11-18 19:08
Uno dei migliori libri per imparare velocemente i kana (hiragana & katakana). 
Learning Japanese Hiragana and Katakana: Workbook and Practice Sheets - Kenneth G. Henshall,Tetsuo Takagaki

Recensione completa su The History Temple, clicca qui!!

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