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Pathway T.E. Grade 1: Days Go By & More Days Go By

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Pathway T.E. Grade 1: Days Go By & More Days Go By

by Pathway Publishers

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Days Go By and More Days Go By and the accompanying workbooks were prepared especially for boys and girls in Amish parochial schools. The stories have an Amish setting and relate true-to-life incidents which could happen to any Amish child. The teacher should help pupils identify with the characters in the story, thus making learning to read an interesting, exciting experience.

Each story in Days Go By has two pages of exercises in its accompanying workbook - a "Working with Words" page, and a "Thinking about the Story" page.

The children should be asked to do the "Working with Words" page before they attempt to read the new story, since on this page they are introduced to all the new words which appear in the story.

"Thinking about the Story" should follow the oral reading of the story. The pupils should be able to do most of the work in the workbook by themselves, although some of the exercises will need explanation and others must be administered by the teacher.

Besides the exercises in the workbook, the teacher will find ideas for extra work in this teachers' edition, which she may use as she feels necessary and as her schedule permits.
 

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Days Go By and More Days Go By and the accompanying workbooks were prepared especially for boys and girls in Amish parochial schools. The stories have an Amish setting and relate true-to-life incidents which could happen to any Amish child. The teacher should help pupils identify with the characters in the story, thus making learning to read an interesting, exciting experience. Each story in Days Go By has two pages of exercises in its accompanying workbook - a "Working with Words" page, and a "Thinking about the Story" page. The children should be asked to do the "Working with Words" page before they attempt to read the new story, since on this page they are introduced to all the new words which appear in the story. "Thinking about the Story" should follow the oral reading of the story. The pupils should be able to do most of the work in the workbook by themselves, although some of the exercises will need explanation and others must be administered by the teacher. Besides the exercises in the workbook, the teacher will find ideas for extra work in this teachers' edition, which she may use as she feels necessary and as her schedule permits. 64 pages

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ISBN No
Author Pathway Publishers
Age Group grade 1
Book Type paperback

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