Pockets: v. 1 (Pockets)
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|Format: ||Paperback / softback|
|Published In: ||United States, 10 January 2005|
Pockets, by Mario Herrera and Barbara Hojel, is a three-level English course for preschool students. Pockets develops English language and psychomotor/ conceptual skills through hands-on, fun activities, and equips children for continued success in learning English. The course's spiraled themes grow with the developing child, drawing on the child's growing knowledge of the world.
Table of Contents
Unit 1 My ClassroomUnit 2 My BodyUnit 3 My ToysUnit 4 My FamilyUnit 5 Our PetsUnit 6 My ClothesUnit 7 Party FoodUnit 8 Around My HomeUnit 9 Nature Around UsAlso see Scope and Sequence
About the Author
Mario Herrera has a degree in education and an MA in EFL. He has taught English for more than 25 years at all levels, from young children to adults. He is the co-author of seven ESL/EFL series that are used in levels ranging from preprimary to junior high. He co-authored Balloons. His latest series is Backpack, a seven-level primary EFL series. As an international consultant and teacher trainer, Mr. Herrera travels on behalf of Pearson Education, directing seminars and performing in-service training sessions throughout the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. Barbara Hojel has an MA in education from Johns Hopkins University and 34 years' experience teaching very young children and training teachers. As an educational consultant, she has led workshops and seminars throughout Mexico and Central and South America. She has also trained teachers in Japan and the United States. She has authored and co-authored material for very young learners --- the My English Book series, Balloons, Buttons, and Star!; and has written material for teachers --- EFL/ESL Class Starters, Poems and Fingerplays, and English for Me! Storybooks. Ms. Hojel develops educational materials and gives seminars, workshops, and conferences for teachers.
Pearson Education (US)|
15+ years |