Playing With Words

Author: Margie Golick
Editor: Pembroke Publishers Limited
ISBN: 9780921217138
Size: 14,63 MB
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This superb collection of more than 50 word games and activities is designed to help children develop language, reading, spelling, thinking skills, and more. It includes rhyming, alphabet, and grammar games; secret languages; mnemonics; and games to help children discover their own strengths.

Playing With Words

Author: Shelley Davidow
Editor: Macmillan International Higher Education
ISBN: 1137532548
Size: 18,82 MB
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Drawing on years of experience of writing, teaching and publishing, this book offers essential tools for anyone interested in honing their craft. With a variety of exercises and freewriting prompts to help you try new styles and approaches, it is suitable for aspiring poets, non-fiction writers, novelists and all lovers of words.

Playing With Words

Author: Rosemary Portmann
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351702246
Size: 10,16 MB
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With an emphasis on learning through play, this book provides a comprehensive collection of word games for vocabulary development or to constructively fill leisure time. The activities are suitable for children and adults and can be adapted for different client groups. They are ideal for teachers, therapists, youth club leaders or activity providers. The only principle for including a game in this collection is that it had to be fun to play! This title includes: A-E-I-O-U; Letter patience; 'M' in the middle; double meanings; Pro-nouns; Haiku; Guessing rhyming words; Forbidden letters; Who has the word?; and Word snakes. The only principle for including a game in this collection is that it had to be fun to play!

Playing With Words

Author: Kaptain Obvious
Editor: BalboaPress
ISBN: 1452587019
Size: 15,50 MB
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The wise old bartender Had cleaned every glass From the lips that would listen As their footprints would pass He learned about ‘talkers’ And the things they’d drink in While by nature and wisdom What we’ve learned in our skin He spoke very little As he’d wipe them all dry Not only the outside But their insides that cry... “I’m empty and lonely And need something with proof” ....That’s when he’d open up And serve the hardest drink - ‘Truth’

Poetic Creativity Word Games And Playing With Words

Author: Roger MOORE
Editor: Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca
ISBN:
Size: 13,19 MB
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In Didactic Approaches for Teachers of English in an Internacional Context, the editors have selected articles that provide an overview of the current methodology of integrated language and culture instruction, with the understanding that the English language is completely embedded within a broader cultural framework. The papers further define this topic into creative inter-cultural approaches to teaching, including: content-based instruction in English through CLIL, holistic language-learning for children, the parallel development of linguistic and cultural competence, and a study of language structures and discourse.

Playing With Words

Author: Cathy Lane
Editor:
ISBN: 9781910010303
Size: 19,56 MB
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Playing with Words: the spoken word in artistic practice is an anthology of works from over forty leading contemporary sound artists and composers who use words, particularly spoken words, as their material and inspiration.

Playing With Words

Author: Hazel C. Moses
Editor: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781489531933
Size: 17,40 MB
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'Playing With Words' is an exciting approach to teaching and enjoying poetry. Children will have fun reading, while learning rules, developing appreciation for the work that different people do and composing their own work. Teachers and parents will find the activities for the children informative, creative and exciting. Have fun Playing With Words.

Playing With Words Set

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Editor: Child's World
ISBN: 9781503813120
Size: 16,95 MB
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Think words are dull or boring? With this series, playing with words has never been so much fun! This engaging series introduces new readers to nouns, adjectives, synonyms, palindromes, and more. Simple text with the special words bolded helps readers easily identify the concept they are learning while enjoying fun stories. With colorful photographs, young readers are sure to love the sights and sounds brought alive by language in these amusing books. This series is perfect for beginning readers, and it includes a review section to aid comprehension.

Playing With Words

Author: James P. Kain
Editor: Xlibris Us
ISBN: 9781984522689
Size: 13,55 MB
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Playing with Words is a double-concept album with four sides of an interrelated theme. The acoustic side explores the ways words add layers to our experiences. The electric side reveals the tensions between words and their meanings, especially when the words strike out on their own and the connection between the writer and the word breaks down. In the third side, the writer disappears. The fourth side is a return to the cosmos through myth, history, mystery, and spirit. Sometimes it might seem audacious, but its mostly just playing with words.

Playing With Words Investigating The Use Of Language Play In The Persuasive Writing Of 9 11 Year Olds

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ABSTRACT: There has been little research into how children use language play in writing. The unprompted language play of 36 children was investigated through their writing of a short advertisement. The sample comprised three attainment sub-groups from a larger repeat-design study of persuasive writing in the 9–11 age-range. The writing was analysed using qualitative methods derived from relevant linguistic literature. Extensive use of language play was evident, as well as stylistic differences between the sub-groups. The findings indicate how teaching and learning might be enhanced from more conscious use of children's propensity for manipulating the forms, meanings and uses of language.