C . Reading Courses

  • Details: For a better understanding Instructive In Languages learnt this course teachings in the English languages. Introduced the New English Language proficiency
  • standards at this level.
  • Course Context:
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A LIGHT IN THE NIGHT: THE MOON
LEVEL A-1
A Light in the Night: The Moon

By Simon Beaver
Series editor: Bob Hastings

The Moon gives Earth its seasons and tides. But can the Moon change our moods, or who we are? Discover the facts and myths about the Moon. Table of Contents.Before You Read: Get Ready!

1Chapter 1The Man in the Moon

2Chapter 2A Helping Hand

3Chapter 3Lunatics

4Chapter 4Moon Stories

5Chapter 5What Do You Think?

ARAfter You Read

GGlossary

AAcknowledgements

© Cambridge University Press 2014

Class Details

Class name:Teacher Tracie’s Class

Course name:A Light in the Night: The Moon

Number of students:100

Class Code: For the class code you can send a email .refer to menu tag-Universitys waiting list or Apply.


COURSE NAME:Aliens: Is Anybody Out There?
COURSE TITLE:Teacher Tracie’s, class
Class Code: Pf2j5s Class Code: For the class code you can send a email .refer to menu tag-Universitys waiting list or Apply.

Cambridge - Discovery
ALIENS: IS ANYBODY OUT THERE?
LEVEL A-1+
Aliens: Is Anybody Out There?

By Genevieve Kocienda
Series editor: Bob Hastings

Are humans alone in the universe, or is intelligent life out there somewhere? Find out how people throughout the years have explored this age-old question.

Table of Contents
  1. BRBefore You Read: Get Ready!
  2. 1Chapter 1Little Green Men
  3. 2Chapter 2SETI
  4. 3Chapter 3Travel Beyond Earth
  5. 4Chapter 4Is Anyone Home?
  6. 5Chapter 5What Do You Think?
  7. ARAfter You Read
  8. GGlossary
  9. AAcknowledgements

© Cambridge University Press 2014

COURSE NAME:Bones: And the Stories They Tell
COURSE TITLE:Teacher Tracie’s class
Class Class Code: sq7tD6 For the class code you can send a email .refer to menu tag-Universitys waiting list or Apply. Details: Cambridge – Discovery BONES: AND THE STORIES THEY TELL LEVEL A-1+Bones: And the Stories They Tell By Diane NaughtonSeries editor: Bob HastingsDinosaurs, Richard III, King Tut, the first humans to walk the earth . . . this reader examines how we learn about the past through studying bones._Table of Contents_Before You Read: Get Ready!1Chapter 1Bones2Chapter 2Dinosaur Bones3Chapter 3Old Bones4Chapter 4New Bones5Chapter 5What Do You Think?ARAfter You ReadGGlossaryAAcknowledgements© Cambridge University Press 2014

COURSE NAME:Bounce! The Wonderful World of Rubber
COURSE TITLE:Teacher Tracie’s class
CambridgeLMS
Class Class Code: wA4NG7


COURSE NAME:Bounce! The Wonderful World of Rubber
COURSE TITLE:Teacher Tracie’s class
CambridgeLMS
Class Class Code: wA4NG7 For the class code you can send a email .refer to menu tag-Universitys waiting list or Apply.

For the class code you can send a email .refer to menu tag-Universitys waiting list or Apply.
COURSE NAME:Catch a Wave: The Story of Surfing
COURSE TITLE:Teacher Tracie’s class
Class Code: AZ3WJ2. Course details: Cambridge – Discovery CATCH A WAVE: THE STORY OF SURFING LEVEL A-1Catch a Wave: The Story of Surfing By Genevieve Kocienda Series editor: Bob HastingsSurf’s UP! Come learn about some of the legends of this sport, its dangers, and some of the hottest spots to catch a wave!Table of ContentsBRBefore You Read: Get Ready!1Chapter 1The Duke2Chapter 2Hanging Ten3Chapter 3Surfer’s Paradise4Chapter 4Surf Culture5Chapter 5What Do You Think?ARAfter You ReadGGlossaryAAcknowledgements
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COURSE NAME:Cool Jobs
COURSE TITLE:Teacher Tracie’s class
Class Code: qq8yF4

Table of Contents_Before You Read: Get Ready!1Chapter 1What’s the Right Job for You?2Chapter 2Head or Hands?3Chapter 3Playing Games4Chapter 4Jobs in Different Places5Chapter 5Dangerous Jobs6Chapter 6What Do You Think?ARAfter You ReadGlossary Acknowledgements

Cambridge University Press 2014

Reading Course


COURSE NAME:Crocs and Gators
COURSE TITLE:Teacher Tracie’s class
Class Class Code: GJ7LP7

Cambridge – DiscoveryCROCS AND GATORSLEVEL A-1Crocs and GatorsBy Simon BeaverSeries editor: Bob HastingsCome explore the fascinating lives of crocodilians. These ancient and dangerous animals make great shoes, food, and more!Table of ContentsBRBefore You Read: Get Ready!1Chapter 1Alligators and Crocodiles: True or False?2Chapter 2All About Crocodiles3Chapter 3See You Later, Alligator4Chapter 4People, Crocs, and Gators5Chapter 5What Do You Think?ARAfter You ReadGGlossaryAAcknowledgements


COURSE NAME:Deep Blue: Discovering the Sea
COURSE TITLE:Teacher Tracie’s class
Class Class Code: wK6Vf4

COURSE NAME:Fast: The Need for Speed
COURSE TITLE:Teacher Tracie’s class
Class Code: Gh6Wt6

COURSE NAME:Feeding Time: The Feeding Habits
COURSE TITLE:Teacher Tracie’s class
Class Code: ve6bg9
COURSE NAME:Found: Discovery and Recovery
COURSE TITLE:Teacher Tracie’s class
Class Code: Kf4tg9
COURSE NAME:Genius
COURSE TITLE:Teacher Tracie’s class
Class Code: mG3xW6
COURSE NAME:Get Smart: Our Amazing Brain
COURSE TITLE:Teacher Tracie’s class
Class Code: qY4XB8
 
COURSE NAME:Gold: Greed and Glory
COURSE TITLE:Teacher Tracie’s class
Class Code: Gm9Rk8

COURSE NAME:Poison: Medicine, Murder, and Mystery
Course title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: wY7Bc7


COURSE NAME:Punch: All About Boxing
Course title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: rW8ta6

COURSE NAME:Rescued: The Chilean Mining
Accident
Course title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: Me3hn8
COURSE NAME:Robots: The Next Generation?
Course title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: sT8bz2
 
COURSE NAME:Saved! Heroes in Everyday Life
CambridgeLMS_ Teacher Tracie Bryan’s
Class Code: Rr8rV4
 
COURSE NAME:Secrets to a Long Life
Course title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: ZT3FZ6
 
COURSE NAME:Shark Attack
Course title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: Dn8nW9
 
COURSE NAME:Shoot to Kill: Why We Hunt
Course title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: JE2yQ6
 
COURSE NAME:Skin
Course title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: wL8Vv6
 
COURSE NAME:Slice by Slice: The Story of Pizza
Course title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: yN2mH3
 
COURSE NAME:Slime: The Wonderful World of Mucus
Course title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: ZZ9RF7
 
COURSE NAME:Slow Motion: Taking Your Time
Course title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: Ys4BM7
 
COURSE NAME:So Cute!
Course title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: ft4UD3
 
COURSE NAME:Sport, Game, or Hobby?
Course title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: Lt6nQ4
 
COURSE NAME:Stealing
Course title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: ga8JZ7
 
COURSE NAME:Sugar: Our Guilty Pleasure
Course title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: Ps4nz2
 
COURSE NAME:Survival Guide: Lost in the Mountains
Course title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: yF2yH3
 
COURSE NAME:Sushi Nation
Course title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: rh4XL7
 
COURSE NAME:Swing, Slither, Swim
Course title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: Cm2tQ2
COURSE NAME:The Bucket List
Course title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: gR3vZ8

COURSE NAME:The City Experiment: Rebuilding
Greensburg, Kansas
Course title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: zT8NH2


COURSE NAME:The Greatest Invention of All Time
Course title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: Ef6jR8


COURSE NAME:The Magic of Music
Course title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: Pm6nZ3

COURSE NAME:The Placebo Effect: The Power of
Positive Thinking
Course title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: eL4eU8
COURSE NAME:The Science of Darkness
Course title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: eb7pd2
COURSE NAME:The Science of Heat
Course title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: NZ9nG3
COURSE NAME:The Science of Light
Course title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: Ae6JH6

COURSE NAME:The Wheel
Course title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: Nk7KD3
 
COURSE NAME:Three in One: The Challenge of the Triathlon
Class title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: jL8Hf3
 
COURSE NAME:Traffic Jams: The Road Ahead
Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: DD7Lv8
 
COURSE NAME:Tragedy on the Slopes
Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: qP4gn4
 
COURSE NAME:Trapped! The Aron Ralston Story
Course title: Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: fV8hc9

COURSE NAME:True Colors
Course title: Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: xP8ZE2
 
COURSE NAME:Turtles: Ancient Symbol/Modern
Survivor
Class title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: fC3qT3
 
COURSE NAME:Up in the Air: Our Fight
Against Gravity
Class title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: py9uP2

COURSE NAME:Water Power: The Greatest
Force on Earth
Class title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: ZF9aA6
 
COURSE NAME:Water: Vital for Life
Class title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: pP3KB2

COURSE NAME:Weird Animals
Class title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: yn2Aw8


COURSE NAME:Weird Weapons
Class title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: QE4jZ9


COURSE NAME:What Are the Odds? From Shark
Attack to LightningStrike
Class title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: me9zM2


COURSE NAME:What Are You Afraid Of?
Fears and Phobias
Class title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: Bf4TL7


COURSE NAME:What Makes a Place Special?
Moscow, Egypt, Australia
Class title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: aA4xD7


COURSE NAME:Wild Australia!
Class title:Teacher Tracie’s Class Class Home
Class Code: nF9rB6


COURSE NAME:Wonders of the World
Class title:Teacher Tracie’s Class
Class Code: VH9Zx6

  • ● Phonics.
  • ● Fluency.
  • ● Vocabulary.
  • ● Comprehension.
  • ● Spelling.
  • The 4 Basic Communication Skills
  • ● Speaking. When we mention basic communication skills, most people first think
  • of speaking. …
  • ● Writing. This category will include all written verbal communication skills. …
  • ● Understanding/Listening. Different people refer to this category in different ways.
  • ● Reading.
  • Lack of Parallelism. Parallelism refers to the principle that parts of a sentence that are
  • the same in function should be the same in structure.
  • Concrete terms refer to objects or events that are available to the senses. [This is
  • directly opposite to abstract terms, which name things that are not available to the
  • senses.] Examples of concrete terms include spoon, table, velvet eye patch, nose ring,
  • sinus mask, green, hot, walking.
  • Love, fear, anger, joy, excitement, and other emotions are abstract nouns. Courage,
  • bravery, cowardice, and other such states are abstract nouns. Desire, creativity, uncertainty, and other innate feelings are abstract nouns. These are just a few
  • examples of non-concrete words that are sensed.
  • Concrete thinking is literal thinking that is focused on the physical world. It is the
  • opposite of abstract thinking. People engaged in concrete thinking are focused on
  • facts in the here and now, physical objects, and literal definitions.
  • In general, concrete detail refers to the discrete information, facts, data, and specific
  • knowledge offered to describe, explain, or justify something. A concrete detail helps
  • the reader visualize or comprehend the idea in the writer’s mind.
  • Abstract thinking is a level of thinking about things that is removed from the facts of
  • the “here and now”, and from specific examples of the things or concepts being thought
  • about. … Thus, for example, a concrete thinker can think about this particular dog; a
  • more abstract thinker can think about dogs in general.● Phonics.
  • ● Fluency.
  • ● Vocabulary.
  • ● Comprehension.
  • ● Spelling.
  • The 4 Basic Communication Skills
  • ● Speaking. When we mention basic communication skills, most people first think
  • of speaking. …
  • ● Writing. This category will include all written verbal communication skills. …
  • ● Understanding/Listening. Different people refer to this category in different ways.
  • ● Reading.
  • Lack of Parallelism. Parallelism refers to the principle that parts of a sentence that are
  • the same in function should be the same in structure.
  • Concrete terms refer to objects or events that are available to the senses. [This is
  • directly opposite to abstract terms, which name things that are not available to the
  • senses.] Examples of concrete terms include spoon, table, velvet eye patch, nose ring,
  • sinus mask, green, hot, walking.
  • Love, fear, anger, joy, excitement, and other emotions are abstract nouns. Courage,
  • bravery, cowardice, and other such states are abstract nouns. Desire, creativity, uncertainty, and other innate feelings are abstract nouns. These are just a few
  • examples of non-concrete words that are sensed.
  • Concrete thinking is literal thinking that is focused on the physical world. It is the
  • opposite of abstract thinking. People engaged in concrete thinking are focused on
  • facts in the here and now, physical objects, and literal definitions.
  • In general, concrete detail refers to the discrete information, facts, data, and specific
  • knowledge offered to describe, explain, or justify something. A concrete detail helps
  • the reader visualize or comprehend the idea in the writer’s mind.
  • Abstract thinking is a level of thinking about things that is removed from the facts of
  • the “here and now”, and from specific examples of the things or concepts being thought
  • about. … Thus, for example, a concrete thinker can think about this particular dog; a
  • more abstract thinker can think about dogs in general.
  • The existence of abstract objects seems, at first, like a deep metaphysical question.
  • … The view that abstract objects do exist is called “Platonism.” The view that they
  • don’t is “nominalism.” Those who think they do exist, but only in the mind, are
  • “conceptualists.
  • Abstract ideas are concepts that need to be visualized, as they cannot be illustrated
  • through concrete (real) examples. In a simple way, explaining the progression of logic
  • in a (computer) program will be possible only if the reader can correctly visualize
  • (imagine) it in his mind. (
  • Abstract and concrete are classifications that denote whether the object that a term
  • describes has physical referents. Abstract objects have no physical referents, whereas
  • concrete objects do. They are most commonly used in philosophy and semantics.
  • Abstract objects are sometimes called abstracta (sing.
  • Abstract nouns are words for things that you cannot experience with any of your five
  • senses. … Whereas the feelings and concepts and ideas are abstract nouns.Concrete
  • noun refers to the name of something or someone that we experience through our
  • senses, sight, hearing, smell, touch, or taste.Apr 2, 2018
  • How can I learn English quickly?
  • The second key to super-fast learning and incredible intensity is to focus on English
  • INPUT. Do not waste time studying grammar or vocabulary. Don’t waste time trying to
  • speak. You should spend all of your time either listening or reading.

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