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Silver Winner Mom's Choice Awards-Best Juvenile Level 2 Book - Reference & Study Aids
Award Winning Finalist International Book Awards Best Children's Educational
This book depicts a typical multicultural classroom in which the teacher is engaging her students in an interactive grammar lesson. This is a great story about friendship, learning the parts of speech in a fun and easy way, working to achieve goals, and the ultimate feeling of success. Teaching grammar by engaging students in fun activities and movement helps students comprehend and retain the information longer.
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Drema McNeal is a Four-Time National Award Winning Author for her first educational children's picture book about an autistic child, Kyle's Colorful Life, illustrated by Kasey Short. Mom's Choice Award Gold medal for Best Children's Picture Book- Specialized Concepts
Indie Book Award Finalist for Social Change
Indies Book Award Finalist for Best Children's Picture Book
USA News Best Book Award Finalist for Best Educational Children's Picture Book
Drema McNeal is the 2011 West Virginia State Teacher of the Year and has been in public education for 23 years, mostly teaching reading/language arts in middle school. She has a Masters +60 from West Virginia University in Communications Studies, a Bachelor's of Science Degree from Concord University in Elementary Education 1-6, English 5-9, and Social Studies 5-9. She is also a Reading Specialist Pre-K to Adult. She is currently working on her National Boards for Professional Teaching Standards.Review:
This is an awesome interactive grammar book that works great as a resource book for teachers, parents, and students. As an English teacher, I love using this book as an introduction to the parts of speech. This book has become a great resource tool for my students to utilize in the classroom. --Debra Shufflebarger, Middle School English Teacher
This book has been an asset to my teaching resources. As an inclusion English teacher, I love using this book as a teaching tool and a review resource book. For the student, this is a fun, creative, and visual example of the eight parts of speech. This book can be used daily or for review. --Nancy Hensley, Special Education Inclusion Teacher
A common oversight in today's educational setting is the importance of student recognition of the parts of speech. Drema McNeal has created a masterpiece, which returns to the roots of the English language in a surprising and delightful manner. As an educator, I welcome her book into the curriculum for students at all levels of education. It is a Godsend for those of us who have waited years for an engaging way to hone language basics within the classroom. --Alice Gauldin, MA Reading/Language Arts Specialist, Honors English High School Level
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Book Description Headline Books, 2010. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0929915550
Book Description Headline Books, 2010. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110929915550
Book Description Headline Books, 2010. Condition: New. Ashley Teets (illustrator). book. Seller Inventory # M0929915550