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The following is a list of great early elementary reads: The Association for Library Service to Children has compiled a list of excellent books for children who are only beginning to read as well as those who are reading independently.
LibriVox is a global digital library of over 4,000 public domain unabridged classics, as well as drama and poetry. They can be played on your screen, MP3 player, cellphone, or car stereo if burned onto a CD. They are read by volunteers (you can be one, too). Lit2Go (with an educational focus) and Thought Audio are two other related services.
Storynory is a website that provides free audio stories for children. Stories for various occasions, bedtime crunch, or simply for entertainment. This site has both old and new stories to keep you amused. You can listen to the podcast on the website or stream it to a number of different devices.
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What is the key to being an enthralling and convincing public speaker? Never be monotonous! People would not listen to you if you are boring. The value of engaging, activating, and retaining an audience’s attention is the core message and emphasis of PowerSpeak. From a design and implementation standpoint, this book focuses on the elements of successful speaking. Dorothy Leeds is an isolator.
What is the key to being an enthralling and convincing public speaker? Never be monotonous! People would not listen to you if you are boring. The value of engaging, activating, and retaining an audience’s attention is the core message and emphasis of PowerSpeak. From a design and implementation standpoint, this book focuses on the elements of successful speaking. Dorothy Leeds isolates these critical elements to ensure that any speaker can capture and maintain the attention of the audience. She focuses on the potential stumbling blocks in every presentation, as well as the six most common blunders made by speakers. This book also contains advice on the following topics: Breaking through the barrier of fear. There are ten steps to follow to ensure a full presentation. How to stop using slow, passive language and how to use satire to your advantage. Exercising your voice and expression How to conduct a presentation’s Q&A session. How to build your own personal style and project a confident demeanor. How to use (or exclude) emerging technologies in your presentations.
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1. Ideal for a homeschooling mom who doesn’t want to teach it and wants to rest easy knowing that the computer software can take care of it. This is a perfect activity for my older elementary student to do independently while I work with his younger sibling.
It appears to be an on-line curriculum, as far as I can tell. I’m hoping there will be stuff to print out so I can keep track of what he’s learned and go over it with him later. The demo lasted a week, and it was entertaining, but when I signed out after completing the entire week of lessons in one sitting, I no longer had access to lurk and find out:glare: I’m going to give you a call and ask you some questions. You can either buy directly or via K12, as they have partnered. I’m not sure what the price or value differences are.
The program itself was good, but the teacher-led component was a total waste of money. The ‘teacher’ never graded anything (even though the oral parts were supposed to be graded), had very few classes, and had terrible communication skills. It is not something I would suggest. She’ll use it again next year for Spanish II, but without the teacher’s support.
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For Spanish, we’re experimenting with a new program called PowerSpeak. Rosetta Stone became too difficult, too quickly, without explaining why, and a friend suggested this software to me. I don’t like spending money when we’ve already spent it on something else (thank God for Rosetta! ), but Spanish wasn’t working for us at this stage, and it was either change or leave, so…
We started with PowerSpeak, and my daughter has really enjoyed it so far! They can play entertaining interactive games to reinforce the vocabulary they’ve learned in each class. Since the lessons are so entertaining, a large audience generally gathers to attend.
When the lessons begin, two children tell stories; the first time is in English, and as the story is repeated, more words in Spanish are added. Following each class, there are a variety of games to help strengthen and practice the words learned thus far. Finally, each week concludes with a quiz that allows you to keep track of your success. If required, you can go ahead to the next session or repeat the lessons.