3/-1. 0312067410 Good/No Jacket null 0312067410 This paperback is a free sample copy sent out for review by the prospective buyers. This in it's normal copy will be ISBN # 0312067410. No alien writing inside. This is an instructor's copy.
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Fair. 6 1/2" x 9" 309pp + 57p INSTRUCTOR'S MANUAL included. Geared specifically to the needs of high-beginning to intermediate young adult and adult students, this book uses characters from folktales the world over to build communication skills, and promote linguistic and cognitive development through whole-language content-based and task-based instruction, communicative teaching, and interactive student-centered activities.
Very Good. This text uses short folk tales from Africa, Haiti, Australia, and Asia within a whole-language framework to help students improve their reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills. Ranging from about 200 to about 2, 000 words, the selections are accompanied by prereading and postreading activities. The Very slight cover wear. Nice, clean, tight, unmarked copy with NO writing, highlighting, or notes. _Rainmaker's Dog_ builds vital communication skills by using international folk tales to stimulate students' practice in the four skills. The text fosters communication skills through a literature-based reader-response approach and provides a wide range of group discussion and cooperative learning activities.
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