This 'How to Use Ladybird Readers' user guide is the perfect way to introduce teachers and parents to Ladybird Readers. It provides a range of support, tips and advice on how to motivate language learners both at home and in the classroom. Ladybird Readers is a series of traditional tales, modern stories and non-fiction, written for young learners of English as a foreign language. Each book includes language activities to support the CEF framework, as well as help young learners prepare for the Cambridge Young Learners English (YLE) exams. The series adheres to CEF levels and the Cambridge YLE syllabus and is a mixture of traditional tales, modern stories, non-fiction and favourite brands such as Peppa Pig, Peter Rabbit and Topsy and Tim. Aimed at children age 5+, the range is perfect for use in the classroom and at home. Each reader is very carefully written to meet strict syllabus criteria but the text is rich and striking artwork makes each book appealing to children. Launching with twenty-eight readers, ranging from classic fairy tales and non-fiction to favourite children's brands and original stories. Each book has been carefully checked by educational consultants and can be read in the classroom or independently at home. Level 1 is ideal for children who have received some initial reading instruction. It covers CEF level Pre A1 and supports YLE starters exams. Level 2 is ideal for children who have received some reading instruction and can read short, simple sentences. It covers CEF level A1 and supports YLE movers exams. Level 3 is ideal for children who are eager to start reading longer stories It covers CEF level A1+ and supports YLE movers exams. Level 4 is ideal for children who are ready to read longer stories with a wider vocabulary. It covers CEF level A2 and supports YLE flyers exams.
The pet bird population continues to rise and wild game birds fanciers love bird. The Wild Game Birds Manual is packed with expert advice on raising, feeding, care, diseases and breeding game birds.
This is an essential primer for the newcomer to wild game birds and a classic to add to any birds lover's collection. Whether you are just starting out or already have a few years of experience, this manual puts a wealth of information at your fingertips.
Polly Parrett meets Polly parrot. Together, can they solve a murder mystery? Things just don't always go the right way for pet-sitter, Polly Parrett. Dogs and cats can be tough enough; now she finds herself having to cope with a moody macaw, a volatile new resident at her mother's halfway house for veterans, and oh yeah, a dead body. What's more, the parrot and Polly share the same name, which not only makes for a lot of confusion, but it just might be that the parrot is the smarter of the two.
Jesper Juul argues that today's families are at an exciting crossroad. The authoritarian parenting style based on obedience, conformity, and physical and emotional violence that governed traditional hierarchical families is being transformed.
Reptiles and birds have highly diverse hearing organs. Data on a huge amount of information concerning all aspects of structural, neurophysiological and anatomical aspects are reviewed as published up to mid-1988: in addition a good deal of yet unpublished data from the author's laboratory are included. The literature on hearing is scattered through a great variety of zoological, medical, psychological, psychoacoustical and bioengineering journals: this book condenses all important findings in one source.