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Dictations Riddles
Why use dictations? Students generally enjoy them, and they use a wide range of language skills in taking the dictation, checking their work, and then discussing the topic. Why use riddles? Because they are a fun challenge and call on the learners' language skills and general knowledge.
Handwriting Basics
Handwriting lessons for those learning to use the English alphabet.
From Sound to Sentence
This book is for learners who have some familiarity with spoken English, but little skill as readers or writers. It can also be useful as a remedial text for learners who are struggling with English spelling.
More Thoughts
A Freewriting Journal (in color)
My Thoughts
A Freewriting Jourtnal (in color)

Talk and Write

These 65 activities have been designed to engage the students personally and creatively, instilling in them a love of writing as they learn to take pride in expressing themselves "on paper." While the students are developing specific skills, they also have fun. They are encouraged to "play with words," to enjoy the process, the adventure of writing and writing well. They will work as well with native English speakers as with ELLs.

Write after Input
Developing Paragraphs and Compositions from Listenings and Readings
Write Choices
64 pages of free-writing prompts designed to encourage children to write creatively and for fun

Writing in English
Step by Step

A systematic approach to writing clear, coherent, grammatically-correct paragraphs.

Writing Inspirations
A "fundex" of individualized writing activities, all ages, all skill levels
Writing Strategies Book I & II
These two texts are jam-packed with writing activities for a student-centered writing course.



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