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The Elephant guy – история, из серии Oxford Bookworms Library, адаптированная до уровня 1 (400 слов). Кроме собственно истории книга содержит ряд упражнений, предназначенных для лучшего усвоения материала. К книге прилагается аудио.Серия Oxford Bookworms Library содержит книги, адаптированные к одному из 6 уровней:Уровень 1 – four hundred слов, 2 – seven-hundred, three – a thousand, four – 1400, five – 1800, 6 – 2500.Мне не удалось найти списки слов уровней (может быть потому что недостаточно настойчиво искал?), поэтому я составил частотный словарь слов, использованных в данном тексте, этот словарь вложен в архив с книгой.

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Here we would like to point the reader to a sample of these activities: Activity number Type of co-operative structure Page number 6 Group roles 59 18 Word rotation 107 19 Gallery tour 109 33 Jigsaw 175 35 Placemat 1 187 36 Placemat 2 191 47 Contact activities 261 Bibliography Arató F. and Varga A. (2008), Együtt-tanulók kézikönyve – Bevezetés a kooperatív tanulásszervezés rejtelmeibe (Manual for learning together – Introduction to the secrets of co-operative learning) (2nd edn), Educatio, Budapest.

Thus, they may choose to restructure the learning process and adopt new roles to become facilitators of significant learning. Such structural changes will not only lead to changes in teachers’ attitudes, skills and knowledge but also to changes in learners’ achievements and relationships, which, in turn, will help prevent discrimination and violence in schools. Pointers and examples In this book, the reader will find activities that apply the co-operative principles and structures that we have described in detail in this chapter.

Each participant should find a partner whom s/he does not know at all. 2. Each pair looks for a quiet place to carry out the activity. 3. Without talking to each other, participants write five sentences about what they think their partner is like. They should only use appreciative assumptions, for example about work (“I think you teach history to 16-year-olds”), about eating habits (“I think that you like pizza”), about hobbies (“I think you like to listen to jazz”), about their partner’s family (“I think that you have a brother who is younger than you”), etc.

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