1000 Pictures for Teachers to Copy

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Addison-Wesley, 1985 - Drawing - 128 pages
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Many teachers recognize the usefulness of simple drawings in their teaching. For language teachers, speech therapists, special educators, sociologists, and anyone whose work involves communication, drawings have many advantages: they are quick to do; their content can be determined exactly by you; and they are easy to reproduce. But many teachers think they cannot draw, or that they do not have the time to do so. For these teachers, 1000 Pictures for Teachers to Copy is a unique and invaluable resource.

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This invaluable resource has served me well throughout my teaching career. For students learning world languages, these pictures create simple yet effective, generic storyboards for beginning to advanced story telling. You, as the teacher, are attempting to incite your students to talk, communicate, and interpret their own views, values and ideas, not just to entertain them. Teacher creativity and the student's own imagination and individual experiences add to the infinite number of possibilities... aside from the dependence on current technologies.
Duane Harper- ELD / Spanish / French instructor 1981-

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