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By Prof. Avtar S. Virdi
Thousands of new immigrants from non-English speaking countries are moving to North America almost every week. After reaching here, they face several problems due to lack of knowledge of English. This book has been prepared for those people who want to learn English properly and assimilate into North American culture and society. This book has been written to help new comers in many ways. This book first teaches the readers the basic grammar in a very simple and interesting way. A new chart for learning simple tenses is the research of Prof. Avtar S Virdi, the author of this book, which has made English pretty easy for learners and thousands of learners attest that this chart had been a big help for them. There are several hundreds of question-answers for preparing for various interviews and personality development. Besides this, readers can learn how to tell their daily routines, give road-directions to someone and communicate with doctors, nurses, and tradesmen. There are five IELTS speaking modules explained for IELTS students. Those who want to prepare for Canadian or the U.S. citizenship tests can get great help from this book. That’s why this is book is very rightly titled “Marvelous English Multi-purpose Guide”. Prof. Virdi who is the director of GTP Marvelous College, Surrey, BC, Canada, has also written “Marvelous English Grammar” and “Marvelous English Essays”, and he claims if any one shows and proves any books better and helpful than his books he would award him or her $ 10,000. What a confidence! Wouldn’t you try to accept his challenge and read his books? Either you learn great things or you can win this grand award. You will be in win-win situation. For any feedback, you can contact the author at 1-604-727-3340 or email at andyavtar1@yahoo.co.uk
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By Prof. Avtar S. Virdi
Thousands of new immigrants from non-English speaking countries are moving to North America almost every week. After reaching here, they face several problems due to lack of knowledge of English. This book has been prepared for those people who want to learn English properly and assimilate into North American culture and society. This book has been written to help new comers in many ways. This book first teaches the readers the basic grammar in a very simple and interesting way. A new chart for learning simple tenses is the research of Prof. Avtar S Virdi, the author of this book, which has made English pretty easy for learners and thousands of learners attest that this chart had been a big help for them. There are several hundreds of question-answers for preparing for various interviews and personality development. Besides this, readers can learn how to tell their daily routines, give road-directions to someone and communicate with doctors, nurses, and tradesmen. There are five IELTS speaking modules explained for IELTS students. Those who want to prepare for Canadian or the U.S. citizenship tests can get great help from this book. That’s why this is book is very rightly titled “Marvelous English Multi-purpose Guide”. Prof. Virdi who is the director of GTP Marvelous College, Surrey, BC, Canada, has also written “Marvelous English Grammar” and “Marvelous English Essays”, and he claims if any one shows and proves any books better and helpful than his books he would award him or her $ 10,000. What a confidence! Wouldn’t you try to accept his challenge and read his books? Either you learn great things or you can win this grand award. You will be in win-win situation. For any feedback, you can contact the author at 1-604-727-3340 or email at andyavtar1@yahoo.co.uk
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By Dennis Vanasse M.ED.
Meet Marty, a very special seven -year old boy who is just like any other boy, except that he has Cerebral Palsy and is in a wheelchair. Unfortunately, some people just ignore Marty because they cannot see anything beyond his wheel chair and do not take the time to realize how special he really is, Marty loves to create art, likes animals and enjoys going to the beach; he even won a very special Gold Medal because of his determination. Meet Marty and you will never forget how big of a heart he has and how special he really is!
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By Dennis Vanasse M.ED.
Meet Marty, a very special seven -year old boy who is just like any other boy, except that he has Cerebral Palsy and is in a wheelchair. Unfortunately, some people just ignore Marty because they cannot see anything beyond his wheel chair and do not take the time to realize how special he really is, Marty loves to create art, likes animals and enjoys going to the beach; he even won a very special Gold Medal because of his determination. Meet Marty and you will never forget how big of a heart he has and how special he really is!
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By Dennis Vanasse M.ED.
Meet Marty, a very special seven -year old boy who is just like any other boy, except that he has Cerebral Palsy and is in a wheelchair. Unfortunately, some people just ignore Marty because they cannot see anything beyond his wheel chair and do not take the time to realize how special he really is, Marty loves to create art, likes animals and enjoys going to the beach; he even won a very special Gold Medal because of his determination. Meet Marty and you will never forget how big of a heart he has and how special he really is!
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By Steve Grieger
PRAISE FOR CHALLENGED: A TRIBUTE

“Inspiring, encouraging, and a few surprises. Challenged is a well-written story that makes you laugh, cry and reflect on the “good old days” and the many positive changes in our field over the past 30 years. Steve Grieger has seen it all... Sharing his successes and challenges of everyday life!”
--Mark R. Klaus, Executive Director, Home of Guiding Hands

“Funny and deeply honest. As the mother of a child with Down syndrome, anyone who has ever loved or cared for someone with special needs will find it transcendent.”
--Patricia Connolly, parent and advocate

“Mr. Grieger’s witty and insightful book speaks to the heart of the human spirit. Through a series of eye-opening adventures it presents a unique and fascinating world, one that deserves recognition, filled with the joys and heartbreaks of self-discovery… It is an important contribution to the field of intellectual disabilities and other allied professions, and would make a wonderful addition to any classroom or home library.”
--Dr. Tomeka S. Williams, Ph.D., clinical psychologist, BA Center for Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
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By Steve Grieger
PRAISE FOR CHALLENGED: A TRIBUTE

“Inspiring, encouraging, and a few surprises. Challenged is a well-written story that makes you laugh, cry and reflect on the “good old days” and the many positive changes in our field over the past 30 years. Steve Grieger has seen it all... Sharing his successes and challenges of everyday life!”
--Mark R. Klaus, Executive Director, Home of Guiding Hands

“Funny and deeply honest. As the mother of a child with Down syndrome, anyone who has ever loved or cared for someone with special needs will find it transcendent.”
--Patricia Connolly, parent and advocate

“Mr. Grieger’s witty and insightful book speaks to the heart of the human spirit. Through a series of eye-opening adventures it presents a unique and fascinating world, one that deserves recognition, filled with the joys and heartbreaks of self-discovery… It is an important contribution to the field of intellectual disabilities and other allied professions, and would make a wonderful addition to any classroom or home library.”
--Dr. Tomeka S. Williams, Ph.D., clinical psychologist, BA Center for Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
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By Nicole M. Robinson
Reading comprehension and phonics can be a difficult concept for students who are special needs learners. These learners can have difficulty with organizing their thoughts in order to understand and recall details from stories read to them or stories that they have read on their own. Many times while reading, their ideas can be like puzzle pieces that do not come together to make one complete puzzle. This impedes upon their ability to gain the clarity they need to understand materials read. In order for these learners to be good readers they must have the ability to understand letters and words. Students at a young age need to know that letters, put together, form words.

I have learned that the most effective way to teach young students the concept of words is by teaching them their names. This approach gives letters a meaning to students. Once students have learned their names, then they can begin learning the concept of letter sounds. This helps them to understand the meaningful value of how letter sounds, help them to understand how letters are put together to make words. It will also help them understand the value of how words are used while reading. Having phonics skills and teaching phonetic awareness skills allows students to manipulate and understand the complexity of how to approach unfamiliar words while reading. It is important that these students are not viewed as having an inability to learn how to read, but rather, they learn through different methods and strategies.

Teachers need to work on building these learners’ self-esteem while teaching reading. Good instruction is needed in teaching these learners’ how to comprehend reading materials. It may not be an easy task, but it is an achievable task. I have designed this book for special education teachers. The lessons and activities in this book can be used as a supplementary tool to enhance students’ reading comprehension, phonics and vocabulary skills. I have left the math, science, social studies and ELA sections of each unit plan open for you to include your school’s standards or other activities as needed for each subject area. The bases for each lesson were derived from various children’s books. I hope that you will find these activities and lessons found within this book helpful in meeting the academic needs of your learners.
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By Nicole M. Robinson
Reading comprehension and phonics can be a difficult concept for students who are special needs learners. These learners can have difficulty with organizing their thoughts in order to understand and recall details from stories read to them or stories that they have read on their own. Many times while reading, their ideas can be like puzzle pieces that do not come together to make one complete puzzle. This impedes upon their ability to gain the clarity they need to understand materials read. In order for these learners to be good readers they must have the ability to understand letters and words. Students at a young age need to know that letters, put together, form words.

I have learned that the most effective way to teach young students the concept of words is by teaching them their names. This approach gives letters a meaning to students. Once students have learned their names, then they can begin learning the concept of letter sounds. This helps them to understand the meaningful value of how letter sounds, help them to understand how letters are put together to make words. It will also help them understand the value of how words are used while reading. Having phonics skills and teaching phonetic awareness skills allows students to manipulate and understand the complexity of how to approach unfamiliar words while reading. It is important that these students are not viewed as having an inability to learn how to read, but rather, they learn through different methods and strategies.

Teachers need to work on building these learners’ self-esteem while teaching reading. Good instruction is needed in teaching these learners’ how to comprehend reading materials. It may not be an easy task, but it is an achievable task. I have designed this book for special education teachers. The lessons and activities in this book can be used as a supplementary tool to enhance students’ reading comprehension, phonics and vocabulary skills. I have left the math, science, social studies and ELA sections of each unit plan open for you to include your school’s standards or other activities as needed for each subject area. The bases for each lesson were derived from various children’s books. I hope that you will find these activities and lessons found within this book helpful in meeting the academic needs of your learners.
FORMAT: Hardcover
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By Nicole M. Robinson
Reading comprehension and phonics can be a difficult concept for students who are special needs learners. These learners can have difficulty with organizing their thoughts in order to understand and recall details from stories read to them or stories that they have read on their own. Many times while reading, their ideas can be like puzzle pieces that do not come together to make one complete puzzle. This impedes upon their ability to gain the clarity they need to understand materials read. In order for these learners to be good readers they must have the ability to understand letters and words. Students at a young age need to know that letters, put together, form words.

I have learned that the most effective way to teach young students the concept of words is by teaching them their names. This approach gives letters a meaning to students. Once students have learned their names, then they can begin learning the concept of letter sounds. This helps them to understand the meaningful value of how letter sounds, help them to understand how letters are put together to make words. It will also help them understand the value of how words are used while reading. Having phonics skills and teaching phonetic awareness skills allows students to manipulate and understand the complexity of how to approach unfamiliar words while reading. It is important that these students are not viewed as having an inability to learn how to read, but rather, they learn through different methods and strategies.

Teachers need to work on building these learners’ self-esteem while teaching reading. Good instruction is needed in teaching these learners’ how to comprehend reading materials. It may not be an easy task, but it is an achievable task. I have designed this book for special education teachers. The lessons and activities in this book can be used as a supplementary tool to enhance students’ reading comprehension, phonics and vocabulary skills. I have left the math, science, social studies and ELA sections of each unit plan open for you to include your school’s standards or other activities as needed for each subject area. The bases for each lesson were derived from various children’s books. I hope that you will find these activities and lessons found within this book helpful in meeting the academic needs of your learners.
FORMAT: E-Book
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By Kim Morris
Progress in Learning Book 1 is the first in a series of workbooks designed to provide students with a simple yet effective way to improve their literacy skills.

• Phonics Based
• Structured
• Cumulative
• Multisensory

Learning is achieved in small sequential steps in which students can experience a high success rate. This in turn leads to increased self esteem and motivation for independent learning and progress.
FORMAT: Softcover
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By Kim Morris
Progress in Learning Book 1 is the first in a series of workbooks designed to provide students with a simple yet effective way to improve their literacy skills.

• Phonics Based
• Structured
• Cumulative
• Multisensory

Learning is achieved in small sequential steps in which students can experience a high success rate. This in turn leads to increased self esteem and motivation for independent learning and progress.
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By Jet Tiraphatna
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By Jet Tiraphatna
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By Jet Tiraphatna
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