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Page Arithmetic (See GED/High School Prep) Board Development Cars and Driving Children, Teaching of Childrens Language, non-English and Bilingual Childrens books written in other languages or to teach other languages Childrens Materials Books children can read (See also Children's Materials bookcase by front door) Citizenship Procedures and information leading to citizenship Comprehension (See Readers) (See Reading, Teaching of) Composition (See Grammar/Composition) (See also Writing, Teaching of) Computer Learning Programs Computer Literacy Critical Thinking (See Reading, Teaching of) Dictionaries/Thesauruses DVD/Video Family Literacy Games GED/High School Prep Graded Series Series of books designed to be used in sequence Grammar/Composition English grammar and the mechanics of writing (See also Writing, Teaching of) Handwriting (See Children, Teaching of) (See Writing, Teaching of) Health/Nutrition Idioms (See Vocabulary, Teaching of) Languages, non-English and Bilingual Books written in other languages or to teach other languages (See also Dictionaries/Thesauruses) Learning Disabilities

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Page 56 60 67 70 71 73 Life Skills Listening/Speaking/Pronunciation Manipulatives Mathematics (See GED/High School Prep) Phonics Poetry/Novels/Plays Program Management Materials for managing literacy programs Pronunciation (See Listening/Speaking/Pronunciation) Readers Books written for beginning adult readers, some include study aids Reading, Teaching of Reference Science (See GED/High School Prep) Speaking (See Listening/Speaking/Pronunciation) Spelling Student Compositions Materials written by adult literacy learners Tutor Resources Materials and ideas for tutors to use Vocabulary, Teaching of Focus on individual words and phrases Workplace/Job Skills Writing, Teaching of (See also Grammar/Composition)

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Board Development The ABCs of Building Better Boards. Block, Jean. Jean Block: 2001. Easy to read guide to creating active board, complete with suggested forms. The Best of the Board Café: Hands-on Solutions for Non-Profit Boards. Masaoka, Jan. Compass Point Nonprofit Services: 2003. A collection of newsletter articles from Board Café that focuses on key issues related to board development, responsibility and relationships. Fast Fundraising Facts for Fame and Fortune: What Every Non-Profit Should Know About Developing Money, People and Other Resources. Block, Jean. Jean Block Consulting: 1997. Easy to read guide with tips, rules and ideas for fundraising. Fast Fundraising Facts for Fame and Fortune: What Every Non-Profit Should Know about Developing Money, People and Other Resources. Block, Jean. Jean Block Consulting: 2000. A sense of practical "how-tos" of fundraising designed for non-profits. 43 Stories for the Donors. Jones, Nathalie R. Jones: 2004. Personal short stories written for donors. Fund-Raising Handbook. Krit, Robert L. Kendall/Hunt: 1993. A resource of comprehensive guidelines for the planning, preparation and implementation of fundraising operations. Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap...and Others Dont. Collins, Jim. Harper Business: 2001. Best selling research study conducted to determine key factors in excellent-performing organizations. A Guide to 50/50 Management. DuPrey, Anne. LVA: 1992. A guide for people who are managing volunteer Basic Literacy/English as a Second Language organizations. (5 copies) Non-Profit Board Report. Persellin, Xtura, ed. Non-Profit Board Report: March 2004Febuary 2006. "The Independent fast-read resource for effective nonprofit boards."

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Cars and Driving Arizona Drivers License Manual and Customer Service Guide. version of manual that includes test review questions. ADOT: 2006. New

Becoming a Car Owner. Stein, Wendy. New Readers Press: 1986. Information for selecting, buying and caring for a new car. (2 copies) Customer Service Guide and Driver License Manual. ADOT: 2003. How to acquire an Arizona driver license and how to title and register a vehicle. Included are an Update on AZs Graduated Driver Licensing Law and a Community Education Drivers Education 2003-2004 enrollment form. (2 copies) Guía de Servicio al Consumider. ADOT: 2006. New Spanish version of the manual. (5 copies) Maintaining Your Car. Oates, Wendy. New Readers Press: 1987. This book explains the different systems that make a car work as well as hints for taking care of your car. (3 copies) Manual de Licencia de Manejar. Motor Vehicle Division: 2000. Drivers license manual in Spanish. (6 copies) Studying for a Drivers License. Joyce, Donald P. New Readers Press: 1985. Includes a review of the drivers manual, review and sample questions, as well as sample tests. Studying for a Drivers License. Kenel, Frank and Beverly Vaillancourt. The Peoples Publishing: 1994. Basics one needs to know to get a drivers license. (3 copies) Taking the Wheel. Stein, Wendy. New Readers Press: 1986. Basic driving skills are described from getting a drivers license to defensive driving and driver fitness over the years. (2 copies) Things to Know About Cars & Driving. Kimball, Richard S. Walch: 1998. From the Life Skills Literacy series, the student will learn about such topics as getting a license, shopping for a car, insuring and repairing a car and driving defensively.

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Children, Teaching of After the Flood: Coloring Book. American Red Cross: 1994. Coping with a flood. After the Quake: Coloring Book. American Red Cross: 1994. How to survive an earthquake. After the Storm: Coloring Book. American Red Cross: 1994. Coping with storms. After the Tornado: Coloring Book. American Red Cross: 1994. How to survive a tornado. Alphabet City. Johnson, Stephen J. Viking: 1995. Paintings of objects in an urban setting present the letters of the alphabet. Atlas of Countries: A First Discovery Book. Jeunesse, Gallimard, et al. Scholastic: 1994. A childs first atlas with simplified maps, illustrations and basic information. Atlas of People: A First Discovery Book. Jeunesse, Gallimard and Claude Delafosse. Scholastic: 1994. Introduces young children to the peoples of the world and their many different ways of life. Bai. San Juan School District: 1983. A story about Bai, the Navajo sheepherder, who loses her sheep. Questions follow. Be Safe, Buckle Up: An Educational Coloring and Activity Book. Success by 6: 2001. The Beaded Pin. San Juan School District: 1983. The story of Vicky, a Navajo girl, who finds a beaded pin and a good friend. Questions follow. Bears Beat Bowls in the Bathtub. Teck, Kathy. A kit from Hit-It Kits containing a book, illustrated activity guide, and audio tape. (2 copies) Beginner Math: Come and Count with Dinosaur Friends! Carson, Elizabeth. Landoll: 1993. Number recognition, counting and following directions for preschoolers. Birds: Coloring Book. Bonforte, Lisa. Dover: 1992. Catching On, Level A. Bereiter, Carl; et al. Open Court: 1976. Reading comprehension series with readings and activities. Also: Catching On, Level B. Catching On, Level C. Catching On, Workbook II. Cursive Writing. Golden Book: 2000. Skill-building exercises for teaching cursive writing. DNealian Handwriting. Scott Foresman: 1981. Handwriting practice with the DNealian handwriting program used in many elementary schools. First Grade: Learn and Discover Book. Wylie, Richard. Playmore: 1986. Activities that will help build a foundation in reading, writing, spelling and numbers.

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Fun with Sharks: Stencils. Dover: 1997. Tracing and coloring activities. Getting Ready to Read. Durr, William and Robert Hillerich. Houghton Mifflin Company: 1983. Pictures and letters for pre-reading practice. Also: Practice Book. Happy Thoughts: Read to a Child Series. Chappell, Garnet. Jostens: 1990. Help a Child Learn to Read. Cheatham, Judy. LVA: 1998. A text with techniques to help teach children to read. Helping Your Child Learn Geography: With Activities for Children from 5-10 Years of Age. US Department of Education: 1996. Using play to teach the study of the Earth. Highlights Activity Books: Fun Things for Kids to Do. Highlights for Children: 1989. A book full of activities for fun with children. Houses: A First Discovery Book. Jeunesse, Gallimard, et.al. Scholastic: 1995. Introduces young children to the different buildings around the world that people call home. If Your Child Learns in Two Languages. National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education. If Your Child Learns in Two Languages: A Parents Guide for Improving Educational Opportunities for Children Acquiring English as a Second Language. Zelasko, Nancy and Beth Antunez. George Washington University: 2000. The benefits, research information, schooling and federal policies are included. Ill Huff ,,n Ill Puff: A Curriculum for a Family Program. Barrington, Connie, et al. TriCounty South Regional Tobacco-Free Project: 1999. Deals with the importance of good role models and the dangers of second-hand smoke. Its a Big Big World Atlas. Tormont: 1994. A board book containing pictorial maps of the world. Johnny Lee: Book 1. San Juan School District: 1981. We are introduced to Johnny and his family. Also: Johnny Lee with His Family. Kites Sail High. Heller, Ruth. Sandcastle Books: 1988. Teaches verbs through beautiful illustrations. Learn About Immunization: An Educational Coloring and Activity Book. Success by 6: 2001. Little People Toddler Workbook: Alphabet Fun. Posner, Lauri. Modern: 1997. Activities for toddlers. Also: Little People Toddler Workbook: Shapes Fun. Lost and Found: Read to a Child Series. Chappell, Garnet. Jostens: 1990.

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Make Beliefs for Kids of All Ages. Zimmerman, Paul, et al. Andrews & McMeel: 1996. An interactive book to help children think about key issues in the world and articulate their thoughts and feelings about them. (2 copies) Maya Dioramas to Cut and Assemble: Full-Color Three-Dimensional Scenes of Chichen Itza and Tulum. Kalmenoff, Matthew. Dover: 1989. Mayan Calendar Coloring Book for Children of All Ages: Line Drawings of the 20 Solar Glyph Paintings. Koppa, Mary Fran. Mayan Calendar Art: 1996. My First Dictionary. Houghton Mifflin: 1980. Six hundred colored illustrations accompany sentences to define 1,700 main-entry words. My First Dictionary. Funk & Wagnalls: 1991. Generously illustrated, this is a first dictionary from which any child would learn lots. A Pet for Shaka: Read to a Child Series. Chappell, Garnet. Jostens: 1990. Reading With Children: A Handbook for Literacy Tutors. Laminack, Lester L. LVA: 1989. The whys and hows of organizing a program to train adult literacy learners to read to their children. Reading Readiness: Book 2. Hoffman, Joan. School Zone: 1996. Skills such as classifying, sequencing, visual discrimination, etc. are taught. A Step by Step Approach: Language Arts, Level 3. Rikkers, Doris, Ed. Instructional Fair: 1983. Homework booklet with activity pages and a tutors guide with answers. Tricky Brain Teasers and Mazes: Mind-boggling Games for Ages 7-70. Tallarico, Tony. Modern Publishing: 1995. Games and mazes for children. Visit to the Hospital: Coloring and Activities Book. Redwood Falls Municipal Hospital: 1992. Vocabulary Strategy: Blackline Masters: Grade 1. MacMillan: 1988. Activities to increase vocabulary knowledge among first graders. Volunteers Working With Young Readers. Laminack, Lester. National Council of Teachers of English: 1998. How a volunteer can help a child learn to read. Wild and Wacky: Hidden Picture Mazes. Tallarico, Anthony. Kidsbooks, Inc.: 1994. A book with fun activities for kids.

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Children's Languages, non-English and Bilingual Alchini Ba Hane: Naaltsoos Altse Yiltsiligin: Navajo Childrens Literature: Volume 1. Childrens stories in Navajo. Also: Volume 2. Bilingual ABCs: A Spanish-English Alphabet Book. McCall, Nancy and Karen Paskowitz. Fearon: 1995. Easy-to-do art projects created for each letter of the alphabet. Buenos Noches, Luna. Brown, Margaret Wise. Harperfestival: 2002. The Spanish version of Goodnight, Moon. Carlos and the Skunk: Carlos y el zorrillo. Stevens, Jan Romero. Rising Moon: 1996. When Carlos tries to show off for his friend Gloria by catching a skunk, he gets more than he bargained for. Cat in the Hat Beginner Book Dictionary in Spanish. Beginner Books: 1994. El Gran Capoquero: Un Cuento de la Selva Amazonica. Cherry, Lynne. Harcourt Brace: 1994. The Spanish version of The Great Kapok Tree. En Aquel Prado: Una Antigua Rima de Números. Wadsworth, Olive A. Scholastic: 1993. Childrens story about the creatures in a meadow. It Doesnt Have to Be This Way: A Barrio Story. Rodriguez, Luis J. Childrens Press: 1999. After a boy becomes involved in a gang and a tragedy occurs, he rethinks the situation. In English and Spanish. Los Ninos Alfabeticos. Ayala, Lourdes, and Margarita Isona-Rodriguez. Charlesbridge:1995. A poem in Spanish for each letter of the alphabet. Only You. Wells, Rosemary. Viking: 2003. In English and Spanish, a little bear describes how much his mother means to him. La Ropa del Bebe. Ricken, Neal. Little Simon: 1986. The Spanish version of Babys Clothes. Teach Them Spanish!: Grade 2: A Teacher Source Book of Lesson Plans, Worksheets, and Classroom Activities. Waltzer-Hackett, Winnie. Denison: 1999. Students with little or no knowledge of Spanish will benefit from the exercises provided. Te amo, sol, Te amo, luna: I love You, Sun, I Love You, Moon. Pandell, Karen and Tomie de Paola. Putnams, 1994. In English and Spanish with charming illustrations, children declare their love for simple things.

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Children's Materials The ABC Bunny. Gag, Wanda. Scholastic: 1933. ABC Kids. Williams, Laura Ellen. Philomel Books: 2003. A Board Book edition of the ABCs. The Adventures of Strawberry Shortcake and Her Friends. Wallner, Alexandra. Random House: 1980. All My Little Ducklings. Wellington, Monica. Scholastic: 1989. Alphabears: An ABC Book. Hague, Kathleen. Scholastic: 1984. Amy Loves the Rain. Hoban, Julia. Scholastic: 1989. Animal Parade. Wood. Jakki. Scholastic: 1993. The April Rabbits. Cleveland, David. Scholastic: 1978. Arctic Life. Robinson, F. R. Steck-Vaughn: 2001. Pictures and description of life in the Arctic Region. Arthur Writes a Story. Brown, Marc. Trumpet: 1996. A Bargain for Frances. Hoban, Russell. HarperCollins: 1970. Bear Shadow. Asch, Frank. Scholastic: 1985. The Big Balloon Race. Coerr, Eleanor. HarperCollins: 1981. The Biggest Pumpkin Ever. Kroll, Steven. Scholastic: 1984. (2 copies) The Biggest Snowball Ever. Rogan, John. Scholastic: 1988. Boundless Grace. Hoffman, Mary. Scholastic: 1995. Bread, Bread, Bread. Morris, Ann. Mulberry: 1989. Buenos Noches, Luna. Brown, Margaret Wise. Harperfestival: 2002. The Spanish version of Goodnight, Moon. Buffalo Bill and the Pony Express. Coerr, Eleanor. HarperCollins: 1995. A Bug, a Bear and a Boy at Home. McPhail, David. Scholastic: 1997. A Bug, a Bear and a Boy Plant a Garden. McPhail, David. Scholastic: 1997. A Bug, a Bear and a Boy Play Hide-and-Seek. McPhail, David. Scholastic: 1997.

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Cactus Hotel. Guiberson, Brenda Z. Henry Holt & Co: 1991. Picture book about life within a cactus. Caps for Sale. Slobodkina, Esphyr. Scholastic: 1968. The Case of the Dumb Bells. Bonsall, Crosby. HarperCollins: 1966. Chameleons are Cool. Jenkins, Martin. Scholastic: 1997. (2 copies) Cherries and Cherry Pits. Williams, Vera B. Scholastic: 1986. Chesters Way. Henkes, Kevin. Scholastic: 1988. Corduroy. Freeman, Don. Puffin: 1968. Big book edition. Coyote Meets Cheetah. Fillerup, Michael. Navajo Curriculum Development & Production Center: 1981. Danny and the Dinosaur. Hoff, Syd. HarperCollins: 1958. The Day Jimmys Boa Ate the Wash. Scholastic: 1980. Dinosaurs and Other First Animals. Morris, Dean. Raintree: 1977. Fishes. Wildsmith, Brian. Oxford University Press: 1985. Stylistic fish with creative descriptions. Fluffys New Friend. McMullan, Kate. Scholastic: 1999. Frog and Toad Are Friends. Lobel, Arnold. HarperCollins: 1970. Goodnight Moon. Brown, Margaret Wise. HarperCollins: 1975. (2 copies) The Giving Tree. Silverstein, Shel. HarperCollins: 1964. Great Inventions. Kidsbooks Inc.: 1998. A short, illustrated history of inventions in which children are interested. The Gym Teacher from the Black Lagoon. Thaler, Mike. Scholastic: 1994. Happy Birthday, Moon. Asch, Frank. Scholastic: 1982. Henry and Mudge and the Best Day of All. Rylant, Cynthia. Scholastic: 1995. Henry and Mudge and the Forever Sea. Rylant, Cynthia. Scholastic: 1989. Henry and Mudge in Puddle Trouble. Rylant, Cynthia. Scholastic: 1987. Henry and Mudge in the Green Time. Rylant, Cynthia. Scholastic: 1987. Henry and Mudge in the Sparkle Days. Rylant, Cynthia. Trumpet: 1988.

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I Can Read About Seasons. Supraner, Robyn. Troll: 1975. Picture book about seasons that incorporates place and history. I Love You Forever. Munsch, Robert. Firefly Books: 1987. In the Land of the Polar Bear. Robinson, F. R. Steck-Vaughn: 2001. The Jacket I Wear in the Snow. Neitzel, Shirley. Scholastic: 1989. Jamaica Tag-Along. Havill, Juanita. Scholastic: 1989. Jamaicas Find. Havill, Juanita. Scholastic: 1986. The Joy of a Peanuts Christmas: 50 Years of Holiday Comics. Schulz, Charles. Hallmark Books: 2000. Comics from the 50s through 90s are included. Just a Minute! Slater, Teddy. Scholastic: 1996. Just You and Me. McBratney, Sam. Scholastic: 1998. The Kissing Hand. Penn, Audrey. Scholastic: 1993. The story of a raccoon who must face going to school and needs some encouragement. Leo the Latebloomer. Kraus, Robert. Scholastic: 1971. The Light in the Forest. Richter, Conrad. Vintage Books: 1981. Little Bear. Minarik, Else Holmelund. HarperCollins: 1957. (2 copies) Little Bears Visit. Minarik, Else Holmelund. HarperCollins: 1961. The M & Ms Chocolate Candies Counting Book. McGrath, Barbara Barbieri. Charlesbridge: 1994. Counting is made fun by using M & Ms! Maria de Sautuola: The Bulls in the Cave. Fradin, Dennis. Simon & Schuster: 1997. Morris the Moose. Wiseman, Bernard. HarperCollins: 1989. My First Book of Sounds. Bellah, Melanie. Golden Books Publishing Company, Inc.: 1983. A childrens book illustrating animal and natural sounds. 101 Dalmatians. Walt Disney Productions. Random House, Inc.: 1974. Peters Chair. Keats, Ezra Jack. Scholastic: 1967. The Polar Express. Van Allsburg, Chris. Houghton Mifflin: 1985. Quick as a Cricket. Wood, Audrey. Childs Play: 1996. Big book edition. The Rainbow Fish. Pfister, Marcus. North-South: 1992. Big book edition.

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Read to Your Bunny. Wells, Rosemary. Scholastic: 1997. The Sea. Kidsbooks: 1998. Sea exploration illustrated and explained. Stellaluna. Cannon, Janell. Harcourt Brace: 1993. The Thanksgiving Story. Dalgliesh, Alice. Scholastic: 1982. Picture book of the first Thanksgiving in America Valentine Mice! Roberts, Bethany. Scholastic: 1997. The Value of Believing In Yourself: The Story of Louis Pasteur. Johnson, Spencer. Value Communications: 1976. A story about believing in yourself, through the example of Louis Pasteur. The Value of Respect: The Story of Abraham Lincoln. Johnson, Ann. Value Communications: 1977. A story about learning respect through Lincolns life. The Value of Truth and Trust: The Story of Cochise. Johnson, Ann. Value Communications: 1977. A story about Cochise, teaching the value of truth and trust. Weather. Hosking, Carol. Shortland: 1990. Picture book that describes weather clues, maps and reports. Weather. Kidsbooks: 2000. Many interesting facts about the weather. Weird Science. Kidsbooks: 1998. Curious facts about science. Whats Under the Ocean. Craig, Janet. Troll: 1982. A Now I Know book showing ocean life. The Wildest Show on Earth. Hughes, Francine. Grosset & Dunlap: 1993.

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Citizenship Becoming a U. S. Citizen. Herzog, Betty, consul. Follett: 1982. Getting ready for and becoming a citizen of the United States. Bienvenidos a los Estados Unidos de América: Guía para inmigrantes nuevos. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services: 2005. In Spanish, this guide contains basic information on immigrant needs to help them settle in America. (6 copies) Citizenship Now! A Complete Guide for Naturalization. Hilgeman, Karen, et al. McGrawHill: 2009. Prepares students to pass the new test. Citizenship: Passing the Test. Weintraub, Lynne. New Readers Press: 1998. Learning essentials about the U.S. for citizenship. Also: Teachers Guide. Audio Tape. Citizenship: Passing the Test: Civics and Literacy, 3rd Ed. Weintraub, Lynne. New Readers Press: 2009. Student book for studying for the newly designed citizenship test. (3 copies) Also: Civics and Literacy Audio CD. (2 copies) Literacy Skills Workbook. (3 copies) Literacy Skills Audio CD. (2 copies) Teachers Guide. (2 copies) The Citizens Bee for a More Informed America. Citizens Bee: 1984. A means and incentive for students to learn more about their country and its government Civics and Citizenship Toolkit. Department of Education: 2007. Contains a variety of educational materials to teach about the United States and prepare for the naturalization process. Civics Flash Cards. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services: 2005. A series of 96 questions which will help immigrants learn about U.S. history and government to prepare for the naturalization exam. (3 sets) The Complete Book of United States History: Grades 3-5. McGraw-Hill Childrens Publishing: 2002. Designed to teach, reinforce, and extend the social studies concepts taught in grades 3-5. The Constitution Made Easier. Plummer, Simmie. New Readers Press: 1987. The study of the Constitution is made enjoyable in this simpler language version. (3 copies) The Constitution of the United States and Declaration of Independence. Commission on the Bicentennial of the U.S. Constitution: 1992. The Constitution: The Words We Live By. Abridged Unit 1: The Constitution Works: Our Nations Charter Through 200 Years. The Commission on the Bicentennial of the United States Constitution. This series looks at the history of our Constitution, helping students think and talk about their role as citizens of the U.S. and the world.

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Also: Abridged Unit 3: The Spirit of the Constitution: Fundamental Principles. Abridged Unit 4: Being an American: Citizenship and the Constitution Today. English Through Citizenship: Instructors Manual: Literary Level. Kirn, Elaine. Delta Systems: 1989. A three-level program of simplified civics materials for speakers of English as a Second language. Also: Student Book: Literacy Level. Instructors Manual: Beginning Level. Student Book: Beginning Level. (3 copies) Instructors Manual: Intermediate Level. A and B. Student Book: Intermediate Level A. Student Book: Intermediate Level B. Getting Your Citizenship: Practice Book for the Citizenship Test. Echaore-McDavid, Susan and Winifred Ho Roderman. Contemporary: 2000. Government by the People: Part 1: Government and Voting. Baer, Katie. New Readers Press: 1982. The story of the federal government as well as the need for citizens to vote is told in a clear and interesting manner in these two volumes. Also: Part 2: The Peoples Power. (2 copies) Government Today. Vaillancourt, Beverly. New Readers Press: 1988. National, state and local governments are presented. (2 copies) Also: Workbook. (3 copies) Teachers Guide. (2 copies) A Guide to Naturalization. Immigration and Naturalization Service: 1998. This guide will enable immigrants to become citizens of the U.S. How to Become a U. S. Citizen: Everything You Need to Know ­ From Filling Out the First Form to Taking the Citizenship Oath. Shpigler, Debra R. Thomson: 2002. The INS Citizenship Interview: Will They Pass? New Readers Press: 1996. A 52-minute videotape in 3 parts: the interview, a closer look at INS criteria, and clips of applicants attempting to meet each INS criterion. Teachers guide included. The INS Interview: 175 Questions and Answers in English. Weinberg, Joan. Video Language Products: 1989. 175 answers to questions on American history, Americana, the Constitution, how the federal, state and city governments work, civil rights, miscellaneous personal questions and helpful tips. 45-minute cassette tape. Ming Becomes an American. Reed, Janet. Options: 2004. Story of Ming Li and her familys experience in becoming U.S. citizens with questions throughout. 199 Things Every American Should Know. American Heritage Magazine: 1990.Things an American-educated person might reasonably be expected to be familiar with.

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Pase el Examen de Ciudadanía Americana: Pass the U.S. Citizenship Exam. Masai, Mary, translated by Hector A. Cononge. Learning Express: 2001. A helpful guide for the beginner level ESL student who wants to become an American citizen. Preparation for Citizenship. Northcutt, Ellen, Ed. Steck-Vaughn: 2002. Features information to help English language learners pass the INS citizenship interview and exam. Includes an overview of US history, government, and celebrations, questions and answers, sentences for dictation and reading; and an audio CD. Rights and Responsibilities: Using Your Freedom. Shuker-Haines, Frances. SteckVaughn: 1993. Examines the rights and responsibilities of being a citizen, discussing free speech, interest groups, voting, taxes, jury duty, and running for office. Steps to U. S. Citizenship. Flynn, Eleanor G. Steck-Vaughn: 1989. Symbols of America. Ahearn, Daniel. Options: 2004. Background and pictures of national symbols such as the flag, the anthem, the Statue of Liberty, and more. U. S. Immigration and Citizenship: Your Complete Guide. Wernick, Allan. Prima: 2002. Visa, green cards, citizenship and much more. The Way to U.S. Citizenship. Hirschy, Margaret and Patricia Hirschy. Dominie Press: 1999. A basic U.S. history and government book designed for teaching ESOL learners. (2 copies) Welcome to the United States: A Guide for New Immigrants. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services: 2005. This guide contains basic information on immigrant needs to help them settle in America. (6 copies)

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Computer Learning Programs Fundamentals of English Grammar Interactive and Understanding and Using English Grammar Interactive. Pearson Longman: 2006. (sample CD ROM) Learning 2000. Math 1-3, Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1-2, Reading 1-2, Writing. Learning 2000: 1998. Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing. Mindscape: 1997. Oxford Phrasebuilder Genie. Oxford Dictionary of Collocations and Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary. Oxford University Press: 2002. PC 100 Basic Skills. Teknimedia: 2001. (3 copies) Rosetta Stone. Fairfield Language Technologies: 2004. (Sample CD ROM)

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Computer Literacy Internet English: www-Based Communication Activities. Gitsaki, Christina and Richard P. Taylor. Oxford University Press: 2000. A www-based conversation course for preintermediate and intermediate learners which allows them to pursue their particular preferences and interests through use of the Internet as a classroom resource. Also: Teachers Book. The Internet for Beginners. Wingate, Philippa. Scholastic: 1997. Cuts through the techno babble surrounding the Internet and introduces it clearly and concisely. The Internet for Office Professionals. Napier, H. Albert and Phillip J. Judd. International Thomson Publishing: 1997. Introduction to the Internet for office using Netscape Navigator. Learning Computers, Speaking English: Cooperative Activities for Learning English and Basic Word Processing. Quann, Steve and Diana Satin. University of Michigan P: 2000. Computer-based activities focused on both language learning and basic computer skills and designed for high-beginning and intermediate ESL learners. Includes floppy disc. Navigator Gold 3.0: Orientation to the Internet Student Manual. Logical Operations: 1997. Introduction to the Internet using Netscape Navigator. Welcome to Computers for ESL Students. Adendorff, Olivia & Lois Wooden. Labyrinth Publicataions:2006. Basic computer course focusing on computer concepts Windows, Word Processor, the Internet and e-mail. Also: Welcome to Computers for ESL Student Workbook.

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Dictionaries/Thesauruses The American Heritage College Dictionary. Houghton Mifflin: 1993. A complete dictionary with some pictures in the margins. The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language. Davies, Peter (Ed.) Houghton Mifflin: 1976. Dictionary with notes, roots words, pictures, maps and quotations. The American Heritage Dictionary. Berube, Morglry. Et al. Houghton Mifflin: 1983. Dictionary with 60,000 definitions, including separate sections for biographical and geographical information. The American Heritage Dictionary, 3rd Ed. Costello, Robert B, Ed. Houghton Mifflin: 1994. Complete with synonym lists, illustrations and regional notes. Basic Dictionary of American English with Color Illustrations. Urborn, Ruth, ed. Pearson Education: 1999. Dictionary with 10,000 words and phrases with definitions, examples, usage notes and illustrations. Basic Newbury House Dictionary of American English: The Core of English Language Learning 2nd Edition. Thompson Heinle: 2004. Dictionary designed for English language learners with a built in picture dictionary and theme based activity guide. (2 copies) The Basic Oxford Picture Dictionary: English/Spanish. Gramer, Margot. Oxford University Press: 1994. Pictures with definitions in English. (5 copies) The Basic Oxford Picture Dictionary: English/Spanish, 2nd Ed.. Gramer, Margot. Oxford University Press: 2003. Pictures with definitions in English. The Basic Oxford Picture Dictionary Literacy Program. Templin­Imel, Garnet and Shirley Brod. Oxford: 1996. Teaching guide and materials for survival skills. The Basic Oxford Picture Dictionary: Monolingual. Gramer, Margot. Oxford University Press: 1994. Pictures with definitions in English. (2 copies) Also: The Basic Oxford Picture Dictionary: Workbook. Beginners Dictionary of American English Usage. Colin, P. H., et al. National Textbook: 1986. A dictionary with sentence examples designed for the learner. (3 copies) A Dictionary of American Idioms. Makkai, Adam, et al. Barrons: 1995. More than 8,000 idiomatic words and phrases, each with a grammatical explanation and an example sentence. Dictionary for Children Ages 10 to 12. Brown, Amy et al, eds. Primary Dictionary Series. Jove: 1971. Easy to use dictionary designed for the young reader with 15,000 entries. Dictionary of American English Workbook. Fuchs, Marjorie. Longman. A workbook to improve dictionary skills.

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Dictionary of Basic English, Merriam Websters. Merriam-Webster, 1995. Todays essential vocabulary. Dictionary of 501 Spanish Verbs. Kendris, Christopher. Barrons Educational Stories: 1971. Spanish verbs, fully conjugated in all the tenses. A Dictionary of Linguistics and Phonetics. Crystal, David. Basil Blackwell: 1985. A Dictionary of Word Roots and Combining Forms: Compiled from the Greek, Latin, and Other Languages, with Special Reference to Biological Terms and Scientific Names. Borror, Donald J. Mayfield Pub.: 1060. English for Everyday Activities: A Picture Process Dictionary: Basic. Zwier, Lawrence J. New Readers Press: 1999. The vocabulary that beginning ESL students need to communicate the step-by-step aspects of daily activities. (2 copies) Also: Basic Workbook. Basic Teachers Guide. (2 copies) Audio Tape. Intermediate Workbook (2 copies) The Heinle Picture Dictionary: English/Español. Foley, Barbara H. Thomson Heinle: 2005. A vibrant dictionary with thematic readings, multi-skill activities and highfrequency words. Workbook includes vocabulary and listening practice with audio CDs. Also: The Heinle Picture Dictionary Beginning Workbook. Homophones and Homographs: An American Dictionary. Hobbs, James B. McFarland: 1986. A total of 3,600 homophones (dear/deer0 and 600 homographs (row-v/row-n) are included. Junior Thesaurus: In Other Words II. Greet, W. Cobell et al. Scott, Foresman and Co: 1969. A thesaurus designed for new readers that utilize pictures, color, bolding, symbols, and numerous examples of words in sentences. Junior Visual Dictionary "The Facts on File." Corbeil, Jean-Claude and Ariane Archambault. Facts on File: 1989. A thorough picture dictionary. Latin-English Dictionary. Ottenheimer, I. And M: 1955. Latin to English and English to Latin dictionary that includes the rules of conjugation, idiomatic words and phrases and syntax. (Poor condition) Longman Dictionario Pocket: Ingles-Español, Español-Ingles. Longman: 2003. This dictionary is equally useful for students whether they want to find the meaning of an English word or find the English equivalent of a word in Spanish. (4 copies) Longman Dictionary of American English: A Dictionary for Learners of English. Longman: 1983. A complete dictionary. (2 copies- new ed. w/thesaurus) Also: Workbook.

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Longman Dictionary of American English: 4th Edition. Longman: 2008. Clear and comprehensive word lists with example sentences and thesaurus boxes that help build vocabulary. Longman Dictionary of Applied Linguistics. Richards, Jack, et al. Longman Group: 1985. Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English. Longman: 1978. A complete up-to-date dictionary with some illustrations. Longman Dictionary of Scientific Usage. Longman Group: 1979. A complete up-to-date book for ESOL students studying science in English in high school and early college. Longman Photo Dictionary of American English Workbook. Butler, Linda. Pearson Longman: 2006. The MacMillan Visual Dictionary: Unabridged Compact Edition. MacMillan: 1995. A picture dictionary with 3,500 color illustrations and 25,000 terms. New Websters Dictionary. Patterson, P.F., Ed. PSI and Associates: 1991. Easy to read dictionary with computer terms. The New Oxford Picture Dictionary: English/Navajo Edition. Parnell, E. C. Oxford University Press: 1989. A book with in-depth pictures and definitions in English and Navajo. (2 copies) The New Oxford Picture Dictionary: English/Russian. Parnwell, E.C. Oxford University Press: 1993. In-depth presentation of over 2,400 words in English and Russian. The New Oxford Picture Dictionary: English/Spanish Edition. Shapiro, Norma and Jayme Adelson-Goldstein. Oxford University Press: 1998. A book with in-depth pictures and definitions in English and Spanish. (5 copies) Also: Beginners Workbook. (2 copies) Intermediate Workbook. The New Oxford Picture Dictionary: English/Vietnamese Edition. Shapiro, Norma and Jayme Adelson-Goldstein. Oxford University Press: 1998. In-depth pictures and defintitions in English and Vietnamese. The New Oxford Picture Dictionary Intermediate Workbook. Schimpff, Jill Wagner. Oxford University Press: 1988. Provides practice with and reinforcement of the dictionary vocabulary. (2 copies) The New Oxford Picture Dictionary Monolingual. Parnwell, E.C. Oxford University Press: 1998. Pictures and definitions in English only. New Readers Press Dictionary. New Readers Press: 2005. Easy to use American English dictionary. (3 copies) The New York Times Everyday Readers Dictionary of Misunderstood, Misused, Mispronounced Words. Urdang, Laurence,ed. Quadrangle: 1972. Included are words

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we know until someone asks us what they mean, understand when we read them, but not when we hear them, etc. Origins: A Short Etymological Dictionary of Modern English. Partridge, Eric. Greenwich House: 1983. The evolution and development of the 12,000 most commonly used words in the English language. The Oxford Large Print Dictionary. Pollard, Elaine, ed. Oxford University Press: 1995. A large print dictionary containing over 60,000 entries with 74,000 definitions. The Oxford Picture Dictionary: English/Chinese Edition. Shapiro, Norma and Jayme Adelson-Goldstein. Oxford University Press: 1998. The Oxford Picture Dictionary: English/Japanese Edition. Shapiro, Norma and Jayme Adelson-Goldstein. Oxford University Press: 1998. The Oxford Picture Dictionary: English/Thai Edition. Shapiro, Norma and Jayme Adelson-Goldstein. Oxford University Press: 2001. The Oxford Picture Dictionary: English/Vietnamese Edition. Shapiro, Norma and Jayme Adelson-Goldstein. Oxford University Press: 1998. (2 copies) The Oxford Picture Dictionary: Monolingual. Shapiro, Norma and Jayme AdelsonGoldstein. Oxford University Press: 1998. Also: Beginning Workbook. The Oxford Picture Dictionary for the Content Areas: Topic 20 Exploration and Discovery. Oxford University: 2000. Oxford Picture Dictionary of American English: Monolingual English Edition. Parnwell, E. C. Oxford University Press: 1984. Also: Oxford Picture Dictionary of American English Workbook. (5 copies) Photo Dictionary of American English, 2nd Edition. Sagala, Jennifer, ed. Pearson Education: 2005. Dictionary with 1,000 color photographs designed for adult learners of English and based on survival topics. Includes 2 audio CDs. (2 copies) Also: Workbook. Spanish Dictionary ­ English/Spanish. Stern, Irwin, PhD. Random House: 1993. Includes a thousand phrases and idiomatic expressions. Standard English-Korean Dictionary for Foreigners. Jones, B.J., ed. Hollyrn Corporation: 1985. Comprehensive dictionary designed for foreigners in Korea, but which could also be used by Korean speakers learning English. Success With Words, Readers Digest: A Guide to the American Language. Readers Digest: 1983. A comprehensive guide to usage problems with Standard English, specifically Standard American and Canadian English.

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The Synonym Finder. Rodale, J.I. Rodale Press: 1978. Over one million synonyms, including recently acquired words and phrases, make this the largest, most comprehensive synonym dictionary in print. Websters Dictionary. Allee, John Gage, ed. Literary Press: 1958. 50,000 entries. Websters New World Dictionary of the American Language. Guralnik, David B, Ed. Simon & Schuster: 1984. Over 59,000 entries in single alphabetical orders. Websters New World Dictionary of the American Language. Guralnik, David B. Popular Library: 1958. Pocket dictionary with occasional illustrations. Websters II: New Riverside Pocket Dictionary. de Mello Vianna, Fernando, Ed. Houghton Mifflin: 1978. Word By Word Basic: Picture Dictionary. Bliss, Bill and Steven J. Molinsky. Prentice Hall Regents: 2006. Over 2,500 essential words with colorful illustrations, simple lesson pages and large type. (4 copies) Word by Word Picture Dictionary. Molinsky, Steven J. and Bill Bliss. Prentice Hall Regents: 2005. Learner-friendly picture dictionary organized by topic with over 4,000 words, vibrant illustrations and sequenced lessons. (3 copies) Also: Teachers Guide and Lesson Planner. Beginning Lifeskills Workbook. Beginning Vocabulary Workbook. The Xerox Intermediate Dictionary. Morris, William, ed. Xerox Corporation: 1974. A dictionary designed for new readers that include some pictures, a pronunciation guide, roots and a how-to-use section. Thesauruses The New Rogets Thesaurus in Dictionary Form. Lewis, Norman, ed. Putnam: 1978. Rogets Pocket Thesaurus: An Anthology of Synonyms and Antonyms. Mawson, C. O. Sylvester, ed. Pocket Books: 1946. Websters New World dictionary of the American Language. Guralnik, David B. ed. Simon & Schuster: 1984. Over 59,000 entries in single alphabetical orders. Websters New World Dictionary of the American Language. Guralnik, David B. Popular Library: 1958. Pocket dictionary with illustrations. Websters New World Thesaurus. Laird, Charlton. Warner Books: 1974. A complete thesaurus.

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DVD/Video Adults as Learners: Training by Design. Laubach Literacy Action. New Readers Press: 1994. Video portion of "Training by Design" that discusses the needs of adult learners and demonstrates how to work with adults. (2 copies) Also: Introduction to Challenger 1. Introduction to Challenger 2. Introduction to the Laubach Way to Reading Series 1. Introduction to the Laubach Way to Reading Series 2. The Literacy Challenge. Reading for Meaning. Speech Sounds/Language Experience. Word Recognition. The Writing Process. ESL 1: Easy English. Video Tutor: 1995. Video series designed to teach common expressions and colloquialisms. Also: ESL 2: Easy English. ESL 3: Easy English. The History of the English Language: Literature and English Language. (3 Parts with 2 DVDs each). Lerer, Seth. The Teaching Company: 1998. Each part consists of 2 DVDs with 12 30-minute lectures that cover both the study of language and English over time. Topics include the prehistory of English, old English, standard English, the shape of modern English, standard English, the shape of modern English, semantic change, American Regionalism, the science of Language and more.

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Family Literacy Baby Talk: The Joys of a New Baby. Losh, Chris, and Rayland, Peters. Small: 2006. A collection of parental thoughts concerning a new baby. Chicken Soup for the Kids Soul: 101 Stories of Courage Hope and Laughter. Canfield, Jack et al eds. Scholastic: 1998. Feel good, true stores for kids. Classics to Read Aloud to Your Children. Russell, William F. Three Rivers Press: 1984. A selection of classics for ages 5, 8, or 11 and up, including a synopsis, a vocabulary guide, and estimated reading time for each selection. Cómo ayudar a su hijo: durante la edad preescolar. Departamento de Educatión de los Estados Unidos: 2002. A Spanish version of Helping Your Preschool Child. Family Literacy and the School: How Teachers Can Help. Weinberg, Pamela. New Readers Press: 1990. A book explaining the importance of interaction between parents and teachers in a childs education. F.A.T.H.E.R.S. Program Guide: Fathers As Teachers Helping, Encouraging, Reading, Supporting. Curtis, Jane. The California State Library Foundation: 1999. From Home to School Literacy: Stories and Activities for Parents. Gianola, Ann. New Readers press: 2004. Geared to parents of school-age children, these activities help parents gain a deeper understanding of their childrens school-related issues. (2 copies) Also: From Home to School, 1 &2: Teachers Guide. From Home to School 1: Stories and Activities for Parents. From Home to School 1: Workbook. From Home to School 1: Audiotape. Helping Your Preschool Child: With Activities for Children from Infancy Through Age 5. U.S. Dept. of Education: 2002. Using materials found in the home or can be borrowed from your local library, the activities included will give your child many of the skills he needs to get ready for school. Also: Cómo ayudar a su hijo: durante la edad preescolar. Departamento de Educatión de los Estados Unidos: 2002. A Spanish version of Helping Your Preschool Child. Kids Explore Americas Hispanic Heritage. Westridge Young Writers Workshop. John Muir Publications: 1992. A book to celebrate Hispanic culture written by children. ¡La Alegria de Leer! Quigg, Claudia. Baby Talk: 2000. Written to accompany Read for Joy!, this Spanish version teaches parents how to read aloud to their children. (2 copies) Also: Read for Joy! An English version of ¡La Alegria de Leer! (2 copies) Literacy through Literature. Johnson, Terry D. and Daphne R. Louis. Heinemann: 1998. Ideas on how to use literature in teaching literacy.

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Practical English Language Teaching: Young Learners. Linse, Caroline T. David Nunan, series ed. McGraw Hill: 2005. Teacher-friendly resource that offers helpful teaching strategies and techniques as well as an overview of issues related to teaching young learners. Proud: Write a Memory Book About Your Child. Glusman, Janis F. New Readers Press: 2000. Blank pages to be copied, filled out, and subsequently shared with their child/children to tell them how proud they are. Walk this Way: Classroom Hikes to Learning. Olien, Rebecca. Heinemann: 1998. Ideas on how to make nature hikes learning experiences. When a Baby is New. Keller, Roseanne. New Readers Press: 1979. Information about what baby needs, written so a child can understand. Your Home is a Learning Place. Weinberg, Pamela. New Readers Press: 1993. Teaching ideas to help parents teach their children many basic skills.

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Games Crosswords. Shipley, Randy. JRS Games: 1987. Group game based on solving crossword clues. Guess Who? The Mystery Face Game. Milton Bradley. Travel game where in players must ask yes/no questions in order to guess the mystery person of the other player. Location Lotto Trend: 1986. Matching Bingo game with pictures and words representing location prepositions. Rummi Word. Wood, Walter E. New Readers Press: 1983. A word-learning card game like Rummy. Scrabble. Milton Bradley: 1992. Travel version of the popular word game. UpWords. Milton Bradley. Word game similar to Scrabble, but the words can be built up. Word Power. Avalon Hill Co: 1967. Vocabulary knowledge game wherein the object is to match antonyms and synonyms.

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GED/High School Prep/Testing Prep Arithmetic. Steck-Vaughn: 1998. A booklet with explanation and practice of arithmetic exercises. Barrons TOEFL: How to Prepare for the Test of English as a Foreign Language, 7th Edition. Sharpe, Pamela J. Barrons: 1994. Study plans, review and sample tests for TOEFL test preparation. Breakthrough to Math. New Readers Press: 1981. Level One: Book 1: Understanding Numbers. Level One: Book 2: Adding Whole Numbers. (3 copies) Level One: Book 3: Subtracting Whole Numbers. (2 copies) Level One: Book 4: Multiplying Whole Numbers. Level One: Book 5: Dividing Whole Numbers. Level One: Book 6: Word Problems with Whole Numbers. (3 copies) Workbook for Level One. (12 copies) Level One: Teachers Guide Level Two: Book 1: Understanding and Comparing Fractions. Level Two: Book 2: Adding and Subtracting Fractions Level Two: Book 3: Multiplying and Dividing Fractions. Level Two: Book 4: Decimal Fractions. Level Two: Book 5: Percents. (2 copies) Level Two: Book 6: Word Problems with Fractions, Decimals and Percents.(2 copies) Workbook for Level Two. (6 copies) Level Two: Teachers Guide. Level Three: Book 2: Solving Equations. Level Three: Book 3: Word Problems in Algebra. (2 copies) Level Three: Book 4: Exponents, Roots and Polynomials. (2 copies) Level Three, Book 5: Algebraic Graphs. (2 copies) Level Four: Book 1: Lines and Angles. (2 copies) Level Four: Book 2: Triangles and Quadrangles. (2 copies) Level Four: Book 3: Circles and Volume. (2 copies) Teachers Directory: Levels 1, 2, 3, 4. Tests: Mastery Checkup, Level 1. (2 copies) Mastery Checkup, Level 2. Mastery Checkup, Level 3. Mastery Checkup, Level 4. Placement Inventory for Levels 1-4. (8 copies) Student Profile for Levels 1-4. (2 copies) Building Strategies for GED Success: Science. Steck-Vaughn: 2006. Improves science skills with pre-tests, GED tips, post-test, and answers and explanations. Calculator Essentials for the GED. Mitchell, Robert and Dolores L. Emery. McGraw Hill: 2003. Text to familiarize learners with the official calculators for the GED mathematics test.

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Cambridge Pre-GED Exercise Book in Reading. Prentice-Hall: 1988. Practice for the GED reading test. (7 copies) Also: Cambridge Pre-GED Exercise Book for the Social Studies Test. (4 copies) Cambridge Pre-GED Exercise Book for the Science Test. Cambridge Pre-GED Exercise Book for Interpreting Literature and the Arts Test. (3 copies) Cambridge Pre-GED Exercise Book for the Mathematics Test. (2 copies) Cambridge Pre-GED Exercise Book for the Writing Skills Test: Part 1. (2 copies) Cambridge Pre-GED Program: Introduction to English. Cambridge: 1979. Preparation for GED-level writing skills. Cass, Angelica W., ed.

Changing the Rules: Teaching Math to Adult Learners. New Readers Press: 1990. This videotape shows teachers how to make teaching and learning math more meaningful and exciting. 28 minutes. Contemporarys GED: Writing Skills. Wickham, Susan B. Contemporary: 1987. Preparation for the GED writing test. Also: Contemporarys Writing Skills Workbook 1: Grammar and Usage. Contemporarys Writing Skills Workbook 2: Spelling, Capitalization and Punctuation. Contemporarys Number Sense: Discovering Basic Math Concepts: Whole Number: Addition and Subtraction. Suter, Alan D. Contemporary: 1990. A visual and active approach to introduce basic math concepts. Also: Whole Number: Multiplication and Division. Decimal: Addition and Subtraction. Decimal: Multiplication and Division. Content Area ESL: Social Studies. Terdy, Dennis. Linmove: 1986. Text designed for intermediate English language learners to prepare for content area reading and writing. Earth Above and Sky Below. Mathias, Marilynne W. and Robert A. Johnson. New Readers Press: 1983. Science information and experiments involving the earth and the sky. Also: Teachers Guide. Easing Into Essays: Getting Ready to Write the GED Test Essay. Phifer, Nan. New Readers Press: 1988. Tips and strategies for essay-writing. (5 copies). Also: Teachers Guide. (4 copies) English Reading and Writing. Distasi, Lawrence. Fearon/Janus/ Quercus: 1992. Practice text with readings and questions that follow. GED Essay. Steck-Vaughn: 2002. Text to prepare students for the GED. Also: GED Language Arts, Writing. Keys to GED Success: Social Studies. Steck-Vaughn: 2009. Targets skills identified by the GED testing service.

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Literacy Materials. Gearing, Philip J. and Sandra M. Mixon. Steck-Vaughn: 1973. This book has been designed to help the learner successfully prepare to take the section of the GED exam called "Interpretation of Literary Materials." Mathematics Activities for Elementary School Teachers: A Problem Solving Approach. Dolan, Dan, et al. Addison-Wesley: 1993. A hands-on, manipulative-based, problemsolving approach to learning and teaching mathematics. Mathematics in Daily Living: Decimals and Percents. Bryant, Nerissa Bell and Loy Hedgepeth. Steck-Vaughn: 1985. Adult-oriented instructional materials designed to teach mathematics skills and life-coping skills to the mature learner. Also: Measurement and Geometry. Fundamental Algebra. Matter and Energy. Mathias, Marilynne W. and Robert A. Johnson. New Readers Press: 1983. Science information and experiments involving matter and energy. Also: Teachers Guide.

Our United States. Blakely, Caroline and Menbere Wolde, eds. New Readers Press: 1982. Information concerning our 50 states, the capital district and the territories of the United States. (2 copies) Also: Workbook. (3 copies) Pre-GED Connection: Mathematics. Fillmore Hoyit, Cathy and Karen Lassiter. KET: 2003. Pre GED workbooks to help learners strengthen skills in preparation for the GED. Also: Pre-GED Connection: Reading. Shepard, Marilyn and Ann Greenberger. KET: 2003. Pre-GED Connection:Science. Castellucci, Marion. KET: 2003. Pre-GED Connection: Social Studies. Castellucci, Marion. KET: 2003. Pre-GED Connection: Writing. Evans, Karin and Ellen Frechette. KET: 2003. . Pre-GED Language Arts, Writing: Fundamentals for the High School Equivalency Examination. McGraw Hill/Contemporary: 2002. Pre-GED Language Arts, Reading: Fundamentals for the High School Equivalency Examination. McGraw-Hill/Contemporary: 2002. Pre-GED Skill Workbooks: Reading: Comprehension and Critical Thinking. New Readers Press 2004: Workbooks targeted to build skills necessary for acquiring a GED. (6 copies) Also: Mathematics 1: Number Sense, Whole Numbers and Decimals. (4 copies) Mathematics 2: Fractions, Percents and Data Analysis. (3 copies) Science: Critical Thinking and Graphic Literacy. (4 copies) Social Studies: Critical Thinking and Graphic Literacy. (4 copies) Writing 1: Grammar, Spelling and Writing Basics. (4 copies) Writing 2: Sentence Structure, Organization and Essay. (4 copies)

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Reading in the Content Areas: Social Studies 1. Johnson, Laura S. New Readers Press: 1991. Text-book-style readings with supplemental exercise books. Also: Teachers Guide 1. (2 copies) Photocopy Masters 1. Teachers Guide 2. Photocopy Masters 2. Literature 1. Literature 1 Teachers Guide. Literature 1 Photocopy Masters. Literature 2. Literature 2 Teachers Guide. Literature 2 Photocopy Masters. Science 1. Science 1 Photocopy Masters. Science 2. Science 2 Photocopy Masters. Useful Arithmetic: Vol. 1. Wool, John D. and Raymond J. Bohn. Richards: 1981. Arithmetic concerning practical uses such as grocery shopping, postage, wages, and bills. (7 copies) United States History Atlas. Hammond: 1989. Numerous maps show the historical development of the U.S. including exploration, settlement, growth of cities, war and postwar involvement as well as population. Vocabulary Advantage for Life Science and Biology: Teachers Guide. Bernstein, Vivian. Steck-Vaughn: 2007. Provides suggestions for using reading, writing, listening and speaking modalities to provide students with an advantage in their content-area work and exams. Also: Transparencies

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Graded Series American Headway Student Starter Book. Uribe, Mark and John and Liz Soars. Oxford: 2002. Multilevel, all-skills series with emphasis on both accuracy and fluency. Also: Starter Workbook. Starter Workbook Teachers Book. Starter Workbook Resource Book. American Headway 1 Student Book. American Headway 1 Workbook. American Headway 1 Teachers Book. American Headway 1 Teachers Resource Book. American Headway 2 Student Book. American Headway 2 Workbook. American Headway 3 Student Book. American Headway 3 Teachers Book. American Headway 4 Student Book. American Headway 4 Teachers Book. American Headway 4 Workbook. American Headway 2 Teachers Book. Sayer, Mike and John and Liz Soars. Oxford: 2001. Integrated skills in context with universal topics, including grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and social situations. Also: Teachers Resource Book. All-Star Workbook 1. Sherman, Kristin. McGraw Hill: 2005. Thematic exercises based on the big pictured language. Also: All-Star 1 Teachers Edition. All-Star 2. All Star 3. Better English Every Day: Language for Living. Hamel, Paula J. Holt Rinehart and Winston: 1984. Grammar, vocabulary and survival skills in the context of survival topics. Center Stage 1: Express Yourself in English. Frankel, Irene. Pearson Longman: 2007. Integrated four-skills material with practical language and topics. Complete with colors and pictures and grammar, communicative vocabulary and listening and reading and writing activities. (2 copies) Also: Life Skills and Test Prep 1. Warren, Theresa. (2 copies) Center Stage 2: Express Yourself in English. Bomesteel, Lynn. Life Skills and Test Prep 2. Magy, Ronna & Howard Pomann Center Stage 3: Express Yourself in English. Bonesteel, Lynn & Samuela Eckstict-Didier. Challenger 1: Adult Reading Series. Murphy, Corea. New Readers Press: 1991. Exercises to improve reading skills. (15 copies) Also: Puzzles for Challenger 1. (5 copies) Writing for Challenger 1. (9 copies) Challenger 2. (10 copies) Puzzles for Challenger 2. (4 copies) Writing for Challenger 2. (7 copies)

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Challenger 3. (14 copies) Puzzles for Challenger 3. (4 copies) Writing for Challenger 3. (6 copies) Challenger 4. (6 copies) Puzzles for Challenger 4. Writing for Challenger 4. (2 copies) Teachers Manual: Challenger 1-4. (2 copies) Answer Key: Challenger 1-4. (1 copies) Writing for Challenger 1-4. (4 copies) Teachers Manual for Writing for Challenger 1-4. (5 copies) Challenger 5. (2 copies) Puzzles for Challenger 5. Teachers Manual: Challenger 5. (2 copies) Challenger 6. Puzzles for Challenger 6. Teachers Manual: Challenger 6. (2 copies) Challenger 7. Puzzles for Challenger 7. Teachers Manual: Challenger 7. (2 copies) Challenger 8. Puzzles for Challenger 8. Teachers Manual: Challenger 8. Answer Key: Challenger 5-8. Challenger Placement Tool: Set 1. Contemporary English: Literacy. NTC/ Contemporary: 1999. An ESOL series. Also: Book 1. Book 2. Teachers Manual: Book 2. Workbook: Book 2. Book 3. Book 4. Contemporarys Essentials of Reading: Book 1. McGraw-Hill/Contemporary: 2002. A sixbook set which teaches reading from the beginning through practical applications such as nutrition and job placement. (2 copies) Also: Book 2. Book 3. Book 4. (2 copies) Book 5. Book 6. Directions: An Adult Reading Skills Series: Book 1. Hodge, Larry D. Steck-Vaughn: 1995. Practice is provided in previewing, writing and making decisions, along with reading. (2 copies) Also: Book 2. (2 copies) Book 3. (2 copies) Book 4. (2 copies)

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Downtown 1: English for Work & Life. McBride, Edward J. Thomson Heinle: 2006. Context-based series that emphasizes language skills for daily life and the workplace. English ASAP: Connecting English to the Workplace: Literacy Level: Student Book. Steck-Vaughn Company: 1999. Exercises involving the workplace for ESOL students. Also: Teachers Manual. Student Book 1. Workbook 1. Student Book 2. English Extra. Tanaka, Grace and Kay Ferrell. Prentice Hall Regents: 1998. Communicative, multi skills approach to language learning with real-life topics and colorful activities designed for beginning students. Also: Teachers Manual. Activity Book. English for Adult Learners: A Guide to Practice: Book 2. Teller, Robert. Burgess: 1989. Based on the premise that language cannot be "taught," but that the learner must be led to acquire on his own the essential productive rules that will empower him to use the language in all situations, and to produce correct and adequate sentences that he has never heard before. Also: Book 3. English in Action 1. Foley, Barbara H. and Elizabeth R. Neblett. Thomson Heinle: 2003 Colorful, illustrated core language series that focuses on all 4 skills. Also: English in Action 1 Audio CD2 English in Action 2 English in Action 2 Audio CD1 English ­ No Problem!: Language for Home, School, Work and Community, Literacy Level. Minicz, Elizabeth and Marcia L. Taylor. New Readers Press: 2004. ESOL integrated series of functional English. (20 copies) Also: Literacy Workbook. (5 copies) Reproducible Masters Book. (3 copies) Teachers Edition. (3 copies) Audiotape. (3 copies) English ­ No Problem!: Language for Home, School, Work and Community, Book 1. Kerns, Trish and Patty Long. New Readers Press: 2004. ESOL integrated series of functional English. (9 copies) Also: Workbook. (3 copies) Reproducible Masters Book. (2 copies) Teachers Edition. (3 copies) Audiotape. (2 copies) English ­ No Problem!: Language for Home, School, Work and Community, Book 2. Koonce, Maria H. and William J. Koonce. New Readers Press: 2004. ESOL integrated series of functional English. (11 copies) Also: Workbook. (2 copies) Reproducible Masters Book.

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Teachers Edition. Audiotape. English ­ No Problem!: Language for Home, School, Work and Community, Book 3. Santamaría, Jenni Currie and Mary Myers-Hall. New Readers Press: 2004. ESOL integrated series of functional English. (7 copies) Also: Reproducible Masters 3. Book 3 Audio CD Workbook 3 (2 copies) English ­ No Problem!: Language for Home, School, Work and Community, Book 4. Santamaría, Jenni Currie and Mary Myers-Hall. New Readers Press: 2004. ESOL integrated series of functional English. (6 copies) Also: Reproducible Masters 4. Teachers Edition 4 Book 4 Audio CD Workbook 4. (2 copies) Expressways: English for Communication: FoundationsA. Molinsky, Steven J. and Bill Bliss. Prentice Hall: 1988. Basic foundation book for English conversation. Also: Expressways: English for Communication 2B. Molinsky, Steven J and Bill Blisss. Prentice Hall: 1987. Express Ways, Student Book 1, 2nd Edition. Molinsky, Steven J. & Bill Bliss. Prentice Hall Regents: 1996. Very colorful and highly illustrated series organized around survival themes for all four language skills. Also: Activity and Test Prep Workbook 1. Teachers Guide 1. Families as Educators. Adult and Community Education Lean County Schools. Family literacy curriculum binders that also include family literacy goals, reading log, parent tips and MotherRead Lessons. (4 copies) Focus on Phonics1: Sounds and Names of Letters: Student Workbook. Rice, Gail. New Readers Press: 1991. A series of 5 books to accompany the Laubach Way to Reading series (see below) which teach phonics to the adult ESOL student. (12 copies) Also: Teachers Edition 1. (8 copies) Focus on Phonics 2a: Short Vowel Sounds: Student Workbook. (7 copies) Teachers Edition 2a. (11 copies). Focus on Phonics 2b: Consonant Blends: Student Workbook. (9 copies) Teachers Edition 2b. (9 copies) Focus on Phonics 3: Long Vowel Sounds: Student Workbook. (11 copies) Teachers Edition 3. (13 copies) Focus on Phonics 4: Other Vowel Sounds and Consonant Spellings: Student Workbook. (14 copies) Teachers Edition 4. (7 copies)

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Foundations. Bliss, Bill and Steven J. Molinsky. Prentice Hall Regents: 1996. Vibrant, basic vocabulary and language lessons for low-beginning level students of English geared toward life skill situations. (4 copies) Also: Foundations: Activity Workbook. (6 copies) Foundations: Teachers Guide. (3 copies) Foundations, 2nd Ed. Interchange, Intro, Student Book, 3rd Ed. Richards, Jack C. Cambridge: 2006. Colorful series based on expressions with grammar practice, functions and vocabulary. Language Exercises: Book 2. Steck-Vaughn: 2006. This book helps teach study skills, vocabulary, sentence structure and grammar including a pretest of knowledge. Also: Language Exercises, Book 4. Language Exercises, Book 5. Language Exercises, Review. Laubach Way to English: Workbook 1. Macero, Jeanette D. New Readers Press: 1991. ESL Materials designed to use in conjunction with Laubach Way to Reading. Workbook includes practice for learners, Manual includes lesson plans and Illustrations includes pictures. (2 copies) Also: Teachers Manual 1. (3 copies) Illustrations 1. (3 copies) Workbook 2. (3 copies) Teachers Manual 2. (3 copies) Illustrations 2. (3 copies) Workbook 3. (4 copies) Teachers Manual 3. (4 copies) Illustrations 3. (4 copies) Workbook 4. (8 copies) Laubach Way to Reading: Skill Book 1: Sounds and Names of Letters. Laubach, Frank, et al. New Readers Press: 1991. A series of skills books for teaching reading. (6 copies) Also: Teachers Manual: Skill Book 1. (7 copies) Workbook: Skill Book 1. (2 copies) (LWE)* Flashcards from LWR Skill Book 1. Read-Along Tape Stories from Skill Book 1. In The Valley. A reader to follow Skill Book 1. (6 copies) Puzzles for Skill Book 1. (2 copies) Crosswords for Skill Book 1 & 2. (2 copies.) Teachers Manual: Skill Book 2. (6 copies ) Skill Book 2: Short Vowel Sounds. (5 copies) Workbook: Skill Book 2. (7 copies) (LWE) Puzzles for Skill Book 2. (2 copies) Read-Along Tape: Stories from Skill Book 2. City Living. (8 copies) Skill Book 3: Long Vowel Sounds. (4 copies) Teachers Manual: Skill Book 3. (5 copies) Workbook: Skill Book 3. (LWE) Puzzles for Skill Book 3. (3 copies)

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Crossword Puzzle for Skill Book 3. (3 copies) Changes. (9 copies) Skill Book 4: Other Vowel Sounds and Consonant Spellings. (4 copies) Teachers Manual: Skill Book 4: Other Vowel Sounds and Consonant (5 copies) Read-Along Tapes: Stories form Skill Book 3. (3 copies) Read-Along Tapes: Stories form Skill Book 4. (5 copies) Workbook: Skill Book 4. (6 copies) (LWE) Puzzles for Skill Book 4. (5 copies) Crossword Puzzles for Skill Book 4. (5 copies) People and Places. (7 copies) Spellings (2 copies) Songbook. Song lyrics chosen to go with Laubach materials. More Stories 1. Short stories for more practice. (3 copies) More Stories 2 (3 copies) More Stories 3. (3 copies) More Stories 4. (5 copies) *Note: The letters "LWE" following 4 workbook titles indicate the older (1985) series, Laubach Way to English. These workbooks may be used with the newer (1991) series. The Laubach Way to Reading Tutor Workshop Handbook. Laubach Literacy Action. New Readers Press: 1989. Tutor handbook with information on illiteracy, Laubach, and tutoring techniques. (3 copies) LifePrints Literacy: ESL for Adults. Florez, Maryann C. New Readers Press: 2002. (1 copies) Also: Assessment 1. Audio-Tape 1. (2 copies) Audio-Tape 2. Audio-Tape 3. Audio-Tape Literacy. Life Stories 1. Life Stories 2. Life Stories 3. LifePrints ESL for Adults Book 1. (9 copies) LifePrints: ESL for Adults Book 2. (8 copies) LifePrints: ESL for Adults Book 3. (11 copies) Literacy Student Book. (6 copies) Student Book 1 (7 copies) Student Book 2. Student Book 3. Teachers Edition Literacy. Teachers Resource File 1. Teachers Resource File 2. Teachers Resource File 3. Workbook 1. (2 copies) Workbook 2. (2 copies) Workbook 3. (2 copies)

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Literacy Plus A: Language, Lifeskills & Civics for Preliterate Adults. Saslow, Joan. Pearson Ed.: 2003. Standards based English for preliterate adults designed both for literacy and ESL students with clear structure and colorful pictures. (2 copies) Also: Teachers Edition. With CD-ROM. Flashcards. Literacy Plus B: Language, Lifeskills & Civics for Adults Acquiring ESL Literacy. Saslow, Joan. Pearson ED.: 2003. Standards based English designed for beginner adults with survival English and literacy instruction. (2 copies) Also: Teachers Edition. With CD-ROM. Flashcards. Longman ESL Literacy, 2nd Ed. Student Book. Nishia, Yvonne Wong. AddisonWesley Longman: 1991. Basic introduction to English organized thematically for true beginners. (2 copies) Also: Teachers Resource Book. Longman ESL, 3rd Ed. Northstar: Focus on Listening and Speaking, Introductory. Barton, Laurie and Polly Merdinger. Pearson Education: 2003. Thematically based listening and speaking exercises that encourage critical thinking and personal expression. Also: Northstar Achievement Tests: Focus on Listening and Speaking, Introductory Listening Tape. Northstar: Teachers Manual and Achievement Tests. Northstar: Focus on Reading and Writing, Introductory. Beaumont, John. Pearson Education: 2002. Thematically based reading and writing exercises that encourage critical thinking and personal expression. Also: Northstar: Writing Activity Book, Introductory. Northstar: Teachers Manual and Achievement Tests. Northstar 1: Reading and Writing. Beaumont, John. Longman: 2009. Northstar 3: Reading and Writing, 3rd Ed. Barton, Laurie and Caroline Dupaquier Sardinas. Northstar 3: Listening and Speaking, 3rd Ed. Solorzano, Helen and Jennifer Schmidt. Real-Life English Literacy Student Book: A Competency-Based ESL Program for Adults. Veramandi, Judy. Steck-Vaughn: 1994. (2 copies) Also: Teachers Edition 1. Workbook 1. (missing pages) Student book 1. (3 copies) Teachers Edition 2. (2 copies) Student Book 2. (2 copies) Workbook 2. (2 copies) Teachers Edition 3 Student Book 3. (2 copies) Workbook 3. (3 copies) Teachers Edition 4. (2 copies)

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Student Book 4. Workbook 4. Correlation to the Arizona Adult Education ESOL Content Standards. Real-Life English Grammar: Book 1. Firsten, Richard. Steck-Vaughn: 1991. A set of 4 books, which may be used as a guide to ESOL grammar. (2 copies) Also: Teachers Edition 1. Book 2 (7 copies) Book 3 (11 copies) Book 4 (9 copies) Side by Side, Student Book 1: 3rd Edition. Molinsky, Steven J. & Bill Bliss. Prentice Hall: 2001. Series focused on all four language skills based on survival themes and complete with color and illustrations. Also: Activity Workbook (2 copies) Teachers Guide 1 Student Book 2 (2 copies) Activity Workbook 2 (2 copies) Teachers Guide 2 Student Book 3 Activity Workbook 3 Teachers Guide 3 Student Book 4 Activity Workbook 4 Teachers Guide 4 Side by Side: Secondary School Edition, Book 1. Molinsky, Steven J. and Bill Bliss. Prentice Hall Regents: 1996. Dynamic conversational practice, readings, and all-skills exercises. Stand Out Lesson Planner 1. Jenkins, Rob and Staci Lyn Sabbagh. Thomson Heinle: 2002. Thematic lesson planner designed to be used in conjunction with Stand Out Standards Based English. Includes 77 adaptable lesson plans and an audio CD. Also: Stand Out 1: Standards-Based English. Stand Out Basic: Standards-Based English, 2nd Ed. Stand Out 3: Standards-Based English. Stand Out Basic: Reading and Writing Challenge. Summit: English for Todays World 1: Teachers Edition and Lesson Planner. Saslow, Joan and Allen Ascher. Pearson Longman: 2006. High Intermediate level planner for all four skill areas with short lessons. Taking Off: Beginning English. Fesler, Susan. Hancock and Christy M. Newman. McGaw Hill: 2003. Four skills, standard based program for low-level learners with picture dictionary pages. Tapestry: Culture Connection. Wegmann, Brenda et al. Heinle and Heinle: 1994. Intermediate book designed to build vocabulary and understand through cultural contexts. Also: Instructors Manual.

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Top Notch Fundamentals. Saslow, Joan and Allen Ascher. Pearson Ed.: 2006. Six levels for International communication with a focus on natural language. Includes model conversations, vocabulary development, pronunciation, learning strategies and critical thinking, and real world content. With audio CD. Also: Fundamentals Teachers Edition and Lesson Planner. (2 copies) With resource disk. Top Notch Fundamentals 1. Fundamentals Workbook. Level 1 Teachers Edition and Lesson Planner. With resource disk. Level 1 Workbook. Level 1 Student Book. With audio CD. (2 copies) Top Notch Fundamentals Copy and Go: Ready-Made Interactive Activities for Busy Teachers. Summit 1. Voyager: Reading and Writing for Todays Adults: Student Book F. New Readers Press: 1999. Also: Teachers Resource Guide F. Foundation Workbook F. Vocabulary Workbook F. (5 copies) Puzzles F. Voyager 1: Student Book. Workbook 1. Vocabulary Workbook 1. (5 copies) Puzzles 1. WorldView 1 Student Book. Rost, Michael, Ed. Pearson Ed.: 2002. Four level course for adults that covers a wide range of interesting topics from an international perspective. Includes short units and lessons, a grammar reference section and audio CD. Also: WorldView 1 Workbook. WorldView 1 Teachers Edition. (2 copies) WorldView 1 Teachers Resource Book. WorldView 1 Class CDs. WorldView 2 Student Book. WorldView 2 Workbook. WorldView 2 Teachers Edition. (2 copies) WorldView 2 Teachers Resource Book. WorldView 2 Class CDs.

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Grammar/Composition Adjectives, Adverbs, Nouns. Wonder Disc: 1999. A word wheel showing comparative, superlative, adverb, noun and the opposite of selected adjectives. A Brief Handbook of English: 2nd Edition. Willis, Hula and Enno Klammer. Harcourt Brace: 1981. Handbook designed for the writer with sections on grammar, mechanics, spelling, diction and effective sentences. Basic English Grammar, 3rd Edition. Azar, Betty S. and Stacy A. Hagan. Pearson Longman: 2006. Grammar ­ based book with practice in all skill areas that includes answer key and audio CD. Basic Grammar in Use: Reference and Practice for Students of English. Murphy, Raymond. Cambridge University Press: 1993. A textbook with exercises in English grammar for ESOL students. (2 copies) Also: Basic Grammar in Use: Answer Key. (2 copies) Basic Grammar in Use: Self-study Reference and Practice for Students of English. Murphy, Raymond. Cambridge University Press: 2002. For beginning and lowintermediate students of North American English, 116 units each dealing with a specific grammar point. (7 copies) Audio CD included. Brief Writers Handbook. Thomson Heinle. Thin reference guide for English rules. The Broadview Book of Common Errors in English: A Guide to Righting Wrongs. LePan, Don. Broadview: 2000. This book offers full coverage of such common mistakes as comma splices, sentence fragments, words frequently misspelled, mixed metaphors, etc. Caps, Commas, and Other Things: Developing Skills in English/Grades 2-8 and Remedial. Pastorek, Sheryl. Academic Therapy: 1982. Capitalization, punctuation and written expression are covered comprehensively to provide material for a wide range of abilities. Changing Times, Changing Tenses: A Review of the English Tense System. Peterson, Patricia Wilcox. English Language Programs Division, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs: 1991. A Commonsense Guide to Grammar and Usage, 2nd Ed. Beason, Larry and Mark Lester. Bedford/St. Martins: 2000. Advanced handbook for improving writing, with topics such as using correct grammar and writing clear sentences. Connections Handbook Grade 1: Grammar, Mechanics, Usage: Teachers Edition. Macmillan: 1989. Exercises. Doing Grammar. Morenberg, Max. Oxford University Press: 1997. Down-to-earth explanations about how language works are illustrated at every step. How grammar functions in literature and how it is used to improve writing are included in this edition.

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Easy English: Basic Grammar and Usage. Bonet, Diana. Crisp: Publications: 1993. Clear explanations and many practice exercises for parts of speech. Sentence sense, using words effectively, spelling, punctuation and capitalization and communication with confidence. Elements of Style. Strunk, William, Jr., and E. B. White. Macmillan: 1979. Includes rules of usage, principles of composition, form, and an approach to style. (3 copies) The ELT Grammar Book: A Teacher- Friendly Reference Guide. Firsten, Richard. Alta Book Center: 2002. A unique exploration into areas of language that teachers have found troublesome to explain. English at Hand. Hayes, Christopher G. Townsend: 1996 A concise, easy-to-use reference tool with quick answers to writing questions. English Brushup. Smith, R. Kent and Janet M. Goldstein. Townsend Press: 1993. A quick and practical guide to the grammar, punctuation, and usage skills that students need. English Brushup, 3rd. Ed. Langan, John and Janet M. Goldstein. McGraw Hill: 2003. Advanced guide to grammar, punctuation and usage with exercises and tests. English Connections: Grammar for Communication: Book 1. Kentengian, Isabel. Contemporary: 1994. The first level in a three-level series for beginner to lowintermediate adult learners of ESOL. Also: Teachers Edition. (2 copies) English Connections: Grammar for Communication Book 1. Kentengian, Isabel. Contemporary: 1993. Also: English Connections: Grammar for Communication Book 2. English Connections: Grammar for Communication Book 2: Workbook. English Grammar Exercises: Book 1. Macmillan: 1965. Provides materials for drill in basic English structure patterns. English Grammar On One Card. Hopper, Vincent F. Barrons: 1970. Subjects covered: parts of speech, sentence construction, punctuation and common mistakes in grammar and usage. English Made Easier. Bellafiore, Joseph. Amsco School Pub.: 1974. Contains information about grammar, sentences, spelling, punctuation and vocabulary. English Made Simple: A Complete Step-by-Step Guide to Better Language Skills. Waldhorn, Arthur and Arthur Zeiger. Reference guide to the parts of a sentence, paragraphing, punctuation, spelling, vocabulary building, style, diction and letter writing. English Plain and Simple. Casella, Jeanne & Carolyn Barrett. Amsco: 1983. Functional and simple English grammar guidebook designed for the learner with short definitions and examples followed by numerous exercises.

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English Verbs. Hopper, Vincent F. Barrons: 1991. 123 irregular verbs fully conjugated: tense, mood, number. English Workshop: Review Course. Warriner, John E. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich: 1977. Practice for the skills involved in writing and speaking standard English including construction of sentences, mechanics such as capitalization and punctuation and grammar and usage. English: Your Second Language: Book 1. VanArsdall, Faye and Jane Hallock Combs. Steck-Vaughn Company: 1981. Exercises for beginning ESOL teaching. Exercises in English for Foreign Students. Judd, J.O. Longmans, Green and Co: 1954. A variety of exercises including tests, writing prompts, specialized vocabulary, prepositions, special verbs, idioms, proverbs and passages for dictation. Explaining English Grammar. Yule, George. Oxford University Press: 1998. A source of reference for both language teachers and teacher trainers, each chapter focuses on a problematic area, such as articles, conditions and direct and indirect speech. Focus on Grammar Workbook: An Introductory Course for Reference and Practice. Fuchs, Marjorie/Shoenberg, Irene E. and Jay Maurer. Addison-Wesley/Longman: 19945/2000-2002. A set of 4 exercise books presenting English grammar through lively listening, speaking, reading and writing activities. (2 copies) Also: A Basic Course for Reference and Practice. (2 copies) An Intermediate Course for Reference and Practice. (3 copies) A High-Intermediate Course for Reference and Practice. An Advanced Course for Reference and Practice. Focus on Grammar 2: An Integrated Skills Approach Student Book. 3rd Ed. Schoenberg, Irene. Pearson Ed.: 2006. Six levels centered on thematic instruction and designed to integrate grammar and communication skills with creative activities, highinterest readings, review tests, internet activities and full color pages. Includes student CD. (5 copies) Also: Focus on Grammar 1 Student Book. Fuchs, Marjorie & Margaret Bonner. Focus on Grammar 2 Workbook. Eckstut, Samuela. Focus on Grammar 2 Teachers Manual. Baker, Lida. (3 copies) Focus on Grammar 2 Audio CDs. Focus on Grammar 3 Student Book. Fuchs, Marjorie, et al. Focus on Grammar 3 Workbook . Fuchs, Marjorie. Focus on Grammar 3 Teachers Manual. Tiberio, Silvia C. Focus on Grammar 4 Student Book. With student CD. Focus on Grammar 4 Workbook. Fuchs, Marjorie & Margaret Bonner. Focus on Grammar 4 Teachers Manual. Zukowski-Faust, Jean. Focus on Grammar 5 Student Book. Maurer, Jay. Focus on Grammar 5 Workbook. Koch, Rachel Spack & Keith S. Folse. Focus on Grammar Teachers Manual. Lanzano, Susan. Getting Along: English Grammar and Writing: Book 1. Brinton, Donna and Regina Neuman. Prentice-Hall, 1982. A beginning-level grammar and writing text created to fill the needs of the adult ESOL learner.

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Also: Book 2. Grammar and Composition: Resource Book. Houghton Mifflin: 1984. (2 copies) Also: Practice Book, Teachers Edition. Tests, Teachers Edition. Grammar Basics: A Reading/Writing Approach. Malmstrom, Jean. Hayden: 1977. A literature-centered approach to the practical study of language. The Grammar Book: An ESL/ EFL Teachers Course. Celce-Murcia, Marianne and Diana Larsen-Freeman. Newbury House: 1983. An English grammar course for teachers of English as a second or foreign language. (2 copies) Grammar Connection: Structure through Content. OSullivan, Jill Korey. Thanson Heinle: 2007. Illustrated grammar text based on readings and conversations for academic purposes. Grammar in Context 3. Elbaum, Sandra N. Thompson Heinle: 2005. Grammar is presented in interesting, informative readings and then recycles the language and context throughout every activity. Grammar Dimensions: Workbook 2. Benz, Cheryl and Ann Roemer. Heinle & Heinle: 1997. A four-level series which systematically addresses the three dimensions of language- form, meaning, and use- ensuring that students not only learn to form grammatical structures, but also to use them meaningfully and appropriately. Also: Grammar Dimensions: Workbook 3. Grammar in Use: Reference and Practice for Intermediate Students of English. Murphy, Raymond. Cambridge: 1992. Earlier version of Basic Grammar in Use with 2-page lessons on specific grammar. (2 copies) Also: Grammar in Use: Answer Key. Grammar for Sentences-1. Bledsoe, Lucy et al. Globe Book Co: 1989. Workbook designed for students that focus on the parts of sentences using contexts of interest. Grammar for Students of Spanish. Spinelli, Emily: 1990. Olivia and Hill Press. The student guide for those learning Spanish. Grammar for You: Using Nouns in Context. Giannotti, Janet. New Readers Press: 2005. A booklet of noun exercises in context of short articles for advanced students. (5 copies) Grammar for You: Using Verbs in Context. Giannotti, Janet. New Readers Press: 2005. A booklet of verb exercises in context of short articles for advanced students. Grammar Links 1: A Theme-Based Course for Reference and Practice. Butler, Linda and Janet Podnecky. Houghton Mifflin: 2000. A three-volume, theme-based grammar series combining a focus on form with a communicative approach to help ESL students link grammar to the real world. Also: Grammar Links 1: Workbook.

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Grammar Links 1: Tapes 1 & 2. Grammar Links 2. Grammar Links 2: Workbook A. Grammar Links 3: Instructors Resource Manual. Grammar Links 3: Workbook A. Grammar Links 3: Tapes. (2 copies) Grammar to Go: English Grammar Practice 1. Dixson, Robert J. Longman: 2004. Focused, streamlined practice of the fundamentals on English grammar. Also: Grammar to Go 2. Grammar to Go 3. Grammar Sense 1 Workbook. Lesley, Tay. Oxford: 2004. Discourse-based grammar series focused on the how, when, and why of English structures. Also: Grammar Sense 2 Workbook. Grammar Sense 2 Teachers Book. Grammar Step by Step 1. Fragiadakis, Helen K. & Ellen Rosenfield. McGraw-Hill: 2004. Presents smaller chunks of grammar in two-page lessons that build from listening exercises, to contextualized practice and communicative activities Grammar Step by Step: with Pictures. Buggs, Ralph and Robert Dixson. Longman: 2004. Forty-six lessons clearly present grammar and the essential structures of English as well as 800 vocabulary words. (5 copies) Grammar, Usage, and Punctuation. Random House: 2001. This pocket-sized book contains handy information on common English mistakes. Grammar Wise 1. Keating, Kevin Anthony. New Readers Press: 2004. This series provides thorough instruction and extensive practice to help ESOL students master basic grammar structures. Also: Grammar Wise 2. Growing in English Language Skills: Steps to Communicative Competence. Finocchiaro, Mary and Violet Hoch Lavenda. Regents: 1977. Language Skills: Handbook F. Woodruff, G. Willard, et al. Curriculum Associates: 1984. A comprehensive handbook beginning with parts of speech, continuing to research and study skills. Master the Basics: English. Yates, Jean. Barrons: 1996. A review of fundamentals of English with exercises. The Modal Book: Around the World with Joe and Lisa. Krupp, Joseph and Lisa Tenuta. Pro Lingua: 2002. For students of English who have a beginning proficiency level and above, this book is to increase the vocabulary of modal verbs and use them properly. Modern Rhetoric with Readings. Brooks, Cleanth and Robert Penn Warren. Harcourt, Brace and Co: 1949. Advanced text on grammatical structure with readings at back.

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The New Grammar in Action 1. Foley, Barbara H. with Elizabeth R. Neblett. Heinle and Heinle: 1998. A 3-level grammar series for secondary and adult ESOL/EFL students offering a dynamic, communicative approach to language learning. New Ways in Teaching Grammar. Pennington, Martha C., ed. TESOL: 1995. Eighty-five ideas for the teaching of grammar, submitted by English teachers. Nitty-Gritty Grammar: Sentence Essentials for Writers. Young, Robert and Ann Stauch. St. Martins Press: 1994. Grammar for ESL writing students. One Hundred Clear Grammar Tests: Reproducible Grammar Tests for Beginning to Intermediate ESL/EFL Classes. Folse, Kenneth, et al. 100 tests to evaluate students comprehension of the most essential beginner and intermediate ESL grammar points. Passwords to English Grammar: An ESL Program for Spanish Speakers Book 1. Moffatt, Betty Clare. Steck-Vaughn: 1989. Grammar workbook based on verbs used in general settings. (1 copies-binders) Also: Teachers Guide Book 1. (2 copies) Book 2. (2 copies-binders) Teachers Guide Book 2. (2 copies) Teachers Guide Book 3. A Pocket Guide to Correct English. Temple, Michael. Barrons: 1982. A useful reference including words often confused (affect/effect), spelling, punctuation, as well as hints for essays, note taking and formal letters. Practical English Language Teaching: Grammar. Nunan, David (also series ed.). McGraw Hill: 2005. Teacher-friendly resource that offers an overview of issues related to ESL grammar as well as helpful teaching strategies and techniques organized by level. Prepositions Made Easy. Meyers, Mary. Main Streams: 1998. English language prepositions are taught thoroughly in this reproducible text. The Process of Composition. Reid, Joy. Prentice Hall Regents: 1988. Exercises and explanations in composition. Putting Language into Practice: Beginner. Vizard, B. and C. Vizard. ESL: 2002. Selfdirected activities to learn verb tenses, vocabularies related to jobs, home and clothing as well as English language irregularities. Side by Side: English Grammar Through Guided Conversations: 1A. Molinsky, Steven J. and Bill Bliss. Prentice-Hall: 1983. Adult and young-adult learners will learn to use the English language grammatically, through practice with meaningful conversational exchanges. Skills in Language 1. Educational Systems Corporation. Prentice-Hall: 1979. Workbook exercises focused on parts of speech, punctuation and spelling. (3 copies)

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Skill Sharpeners 1. DeFilippo, Judy and Charles Skidmore. Pearson Education: 2005. Set of workbooks designed to focus on basic skills and simple grammar to prepare for academic success. Activities include charts, maps, word problems, letters, comprehension questions and study skills. Also: Skill Sharpeners 2-4. Stand Out Basic: Grammar Challenge, 2nd Ed. Heinle: 2008. Jenkins, Rob & Staci Johnson. Challenges students to develop and expand their grammar skills through guided exercises. Stand Out Basic: Reading and Writing Challenge. Heinle: 2006. Jenkins, Rob & Staci Johnson. Gives students more practice with vocabulary, reading and writing. Stand Out: Standards-Based English, 2nd Ed. Heinle: 2008. Jenkins, Rob & Staci Johnson. Activities and lesson plans to practice reading, writing and vocabulary. The Random House Handbook. Crews, Frederick. Random House: 1980. A handbook about the grammar, usage, and punctuation of standard written English. The 333 Most Commonly Used English Verbs. Miller, Walter J. & Karen Davy. Minerva: 1986. Guidebook divided into regular and irregular verb sections with descriptions and examples of common verbs. Three Little Words: A, An, and The: A Foreign Students Guide to English Articles. Claire, Elizabeth. Delta: 1988. Three words most troublesome for new speakers of English are clearly explained and exercises are provided. The Transitive Vampire: A Handbook of Grammar for the Innocent, the Eager, and the Doomed. Gordon, Karen Elizabeth. Times Books: 1984. A useful and useable guide for anyone who wants to know everything about a sentence and the construction of one. Trouble with Adjectives, Adverbs and Pronouns?: Guided Discovery Materials, Exercises and Teaching Tips at Elementary and Intermediate Levels. Bolton, David and Noel Goodey. Delta: 2002. Deals with common difficulties that students have and helps them make the correct choice when faced with two or more alternatives. Also: Trouble with Prepositions, Articles, Nouns and Word Order? Trouble with Verbs? Using Grammar Books in the Classroom. Hutchinson, Tom. Oxford: 1987. Brief introduction on how to get acquainted with and use grammar books in teaching. 26 Steps: Controlled Composition for Intermediate and Advanced ESL Students. Kunz, Linda Ann. Language Innovations. Warriners English Grammar and Composition, 3rd Course: Teachers Edition, Part II. Harcourt: 1986. Grammar worksheets and tests divided by grammatical topic. Writing Skills: Usage and Sentence Structure. Steck-Vaughn: 1998. Explanations and practice with usage and sentence structure.

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Health/Nutrition Can You Give First Aid? Bontrager, Frances M. New Readers Press: 1979. Basic first aid information. The Childbearing Year. Holstein, Barbara. New Readers Press: 1990. An activity book designed to help a woman during her pregnancy. Choices: An ESL Lifeskills Series for Adults: In Good Health. Scheraga, Mona. Contemporary: 1991. Life skills information and vocabulary for the ESOL student. Culture, Health and Literacy: A Guide to Health Education Materials for Adults with Limited English Skills. McKinney, Julie and Sabrina Kurtz-Rossi. World Education: 2000. (3 copies) (See also: Health and Literacy Compendium, an earlier work.) Do You Understand?: Communicating with the Non-English Speaking Patient: Handbook. LVA: 1989. A convenient tool to use when trying to communicate with patients who have limited English proficiency. Also: Teachers Guide. Drugstore Language: A Survival Vocabulary. Richey, Jim. Globe Fearon: 1996. A guide to the vocabulary needed at a drug store. Food and Fitness Workbook. Snowman, Margaret. New Readers Press: 1986. A workbook to accompany Food and Fitness (not available at LVCC). Good Health. Gross, Naomi. Recorded Books: 1994. This cassette tape contains valuable tips to help anyone get their body looking and feeling better. Includes a script booklet and a teachers guide. Having a Baby series: Giving Birth. Laubach: 1973. Also: The First Six Weeks. The Baby and the Family. The Unwed Mother. Having a Baby: A Quick and Easy Guide. Humenick, Sharon. Signal Hill Pub.: 1997. An informative book about pregnancy and childbirth. (4 copies) Health and Literacy Compendium: An Annotated Bibliography of Print and Web-based Health Materials for Use with Limited-literacy Adults. Irvine, Cindy. Health and Literacy Initiative: 1999. Answers the question, "Where do I find health information in my learners first language?" (See also Culture, Health & Literacy, an addendum to this work.) Medical Language: A Survival Vocabulary. Richey, Jim. Globe Fearon: 1996. A guide to the vocabulary needed at a medical facility or on medical forms. My Baby: From Birth through Six Months. Gross, Naomi. Recorded Books: 1994. A booklet, teachers guide and audio tape giving prenatal and early childhood information. Also: Audio Tape.

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Stages in Adult Life. Charuhas, Mary. Scott Foresman: 1982. An Adult Readers Library book. Things to Know About Medicine and Health. Kimball, Richard S. Walch: 1999. From the Life Skills Literary series, the students will learn about such topics as nutrition, conventional and alternative approaches to medicine, preventative health care, choosing a doctor and medical insurance. This is Your Body. Olsen, James B. New Readers Press: 1982. A thorough study of the human body, from a cell to reproduction. Also: This is Your Body Workbook. You Can Give First Aid. Bowman, Kim. New Readers Press: 1989. The basics of first aid to enable a student to handle typical first aid emergencies. Also: Teachers Guide. Your Body in Health and Sickness. Coughlin, Merle T. Scott Foresman: 1982. (2 copies) An Adult Readers Library book.

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Languages, non-English and Bilingual Advanced Spanish Course with Revised Essay Section. Timms, W.W. and M. Pulgar. Longman: 1971. Translation passages are presented in order from early to more complete Spanish language understanding. Agua Quemada, Cuarteto Narrativo. Fuentes, Carlos. Pinto de Lectura: 1981. Spanish narrative about living during the Mexican Revolution. Basic Japanese Conversation Dictionary: English/Japanese, Japanese/English. Martin, Samuel E. Tuttle: 1957. Over 6,000 most commonly used Japanese and English words. Bendiceme, Ultima. Anaya, Rudolpho. Warner: 1992. A study of a boy growing up with Ultima, a curanda (one who cures with herbs and magic.) (2 copies) See Poetry/Novels for the English version, entitled Bless Me, Ultima. The Berlitz Self-Teacher: Spanish. Berlitz School of Languages. Grossett & Dunlap: 1949. Spanish words presented in a pronunciation system (without diacritical marks). Bibliography of Publications in the Navajo Language. Printed material. Cambridge Word Selector (Inglés-Espanol): Diccionario Tematico Del Inglés Contemporáneo. Thematic Spanish-English dictionary/thesaurus with common word groupings/speech acts in conversation. Cassells Beyond the Dictionary in French: A Handbook of Everyday Usage. Levieux, Michel and Eleanor Levieux. Funk & Wagnalls: 1967. Help for the student and traveler to bridge the gap between the written word of the grammar and the dictionary and the living speech of the native. Chinese at a Glance: Phrase Book and Dictionary For Travelers. Seligman, Scott. Barrons: 1986. Included are the phrases and words that a traveler most often needs for a brief visit to a foreign country. Complete Handbook of Russian Verbs. Pirogova, L. I. Passport Books: 1991. An introduction to the Russian verb system, conjugations of 89 model verbs, and 12,000 commonly used verbs are included. The Concise Dictionary of Twenty-Six Languages in Simultaneous Translations. Bergman, Peter M., comp. Avenel Books: 1968. Contemporarys ¡Exito!: Serie Bilingüe para Matemáticas. Exercises in Spanish dealing with whole numbers and money. Conversando en Ingles: English Conversational Grammar for Spanish Speakers. Bores, Jaime Garza. Passport Books: 1993. The perfect way to master the patterns of everyday conversation in English painlessly and efficiently. (3 copies)

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Conversational Navajo Dictionary: English to Navajo. Gutke, Deniane, ed. Conversational Navajo Pub.: 1989. Over 5,500 most frequently used words with everyday conversational phrases, including a topical appendix. Also: Audio Tape. La Cultura Hispana: Dentro y fuera de los Estadoes Unides. Handelsman, Michael H., et al. Random House: 1981. A cultural reader intended for use near the end of the first semester of a beginning college Spanish course. Diccionario Santilla. Santillana: 1975. A dictionary of Spanish as spoken in Spain. A Different Mirror: A History of Multicultural America. Takaki, Ronald. Back Bay Books: 1993. To share the fundamentally multicultural history of the U.S., the author retells history based on the perspectives of different ethnic groups. Diné Bizaad Bohooaah II: A Conversational Navajo Text for Secondary Schools, College and Adults. Navajo Language Institute: 1986. Dintshontsho Tsa Bo-Juliuse Kesara. Shakespeare, William. Witwatersrand University Press: 1962. A translation into Tsawana of Shakespeares Julius Caesar. Domine lo Básico Inglés: Master the Basics of English for Spanish Speakers. Barrons: 2003. Intermediate/Advanced English junctions with exercise, explanations and translations in Spanish. English-Vietnamese Dictionary. Lê-bá-kông, ed. Shalom. English words are listed with pronunciations and corresponding Vietnamese words. Español: Entender y Hablar. LaGrone, Gregory G. Holt, Rinehart & Winston: 1961. A conversational Spanish course. A Graded Spanish Review Grammar with Composition. Tarr, F. Courtney and Augusto Centeno. Prentice-Hall: 1961. One of the most useful Spanish review grammars available, to be used in elementary through advanced classes of grammar review. Hamlyn Italian Dictionary: Italian/English, English/Italian. Hamlyn Pub.:1976. Concise and accurate definitions of 24,000 of the most important words in use in the English and Italian languages today. HarperCollins Spanish Dictionary. HarperCollins: 1990. A bilingual lexicon including 200,000 entries reflecting the rapid expansion of both English and Spanish languages. Horizontes gramaticales. De Gilman, Graciela Ascarruna and Marian Zwerling Sugano. Harper & Row; 1984. A grammar of the Spanish language. Hmong, Vietnamese, Lao, and Cambodian. Folder containing methods to help teach English to speakers of these languages. Ingles para Latinos: Nivel Dos. Harvey, William C. Barrons: 1999. A bilingual method for teaching English to Spanish speakers.

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Junckers Worterbuch: English-Deutsch, Deutsch-English. Seiffhart, Arthur. Axel Juncker Verlas: 1956. Pocket-sized Dutch-English dictionary with International Phonetic Alphabet pronunciation. Laroussés French-English/English-French Dictionary. Dubois, Marguerite-Marie, et al. Washington Square Press: 1966. Over 25,000 words with pronunciation and common phrases and idioms. Latin: An Introductory Course Based on Ancient Authors. Wheelock, Frederic M. Barnes & Noble: 1963. A beginners book to learn Latin, written for the college-age student. Lectura y Escritura en Español: Destrezas Básicos de Alfabetismo. Colvin, Ruth J. Ruth Colvin: 2004, Basic Spanish literacy materials. Learn English the Fast and Fun Way. Beyer, Thomas R., Jr. Barrons: 2000. A handbook to teach English to speakers of Russian. Also: English-Russian, Russian-English Dictionary. Lengua Y Cultura. Barcia, Jose Rubia. Holt, Rinehart & Winston: 1973. A complete firstyear course in Spanish with alternating grammar and reading lessons. Las Maravillas del Santo Nombre. OSullivan, Paul. Tan Books: 1993. In Spanish, the power of the Holy Name of Jesus is explained. Also: The Wonders of the Holy Name. The English version. Mediterranean Europe Phrasebook. Douvartzides, Tassos, et al. Lonely Planet: 1992. Clear pronunciation guides are included for communicating in the countries in the area of Italy, Greece and Yugoslavia. Memories Come to Us in the Rain and the Wind: Oral Histories and Photographs of Navajo Uranium Miners and Their Families. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region Nine & others: 1997. In English and Navajo. El Método Moderno de Inglés: Diccionario Inglés-Espanol, Espanol-Inglés. Brown, R. F. Conversa-Phone Institute: 1972. Pocket-sized Spanish-English dictionary. Modern Russian I. Dawson, Clayton L., et al. Harcourt, Brace & World: 1964. A Russian language course based on audio-lingual principles, aimed at speaking proficiency. Muzzy: The BBC Language Course for Children. Early Advantage. Two cases containing Muzzy: Spanish Video Storybook: Level 1, Muzzy: Activity Book for Children: Level 1, 2 English videocassettes, 2 Spanish videocassettes and 2 audiocassettes. The Navajo Dictionary of Diagnostic Terminology: A Reference Guide on Navajo Usage of Diagnostic Terms. Diné Center for Human Development. Navajo Community College Press: 1991. Navajo Made Easier. Goosen, Irvy. Northland Press: 1967. A text that teaches conversational Navajo to English speakers.

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Las Navidades: Popular Christmas Songs from Latin America. Delacre, Lulu. Scholastic: 1990. Arranged chronologically from Christmas Eve to the Epiphany, both English and Spanish versions can easily be sung with the musical scores at the back of the book. The New Cassells French Dictionary: French/English, English/French. Girard, Denis. Funk and Wagnalls: 1965. Ojebway Hymnal: A Collection of Chippeway and English Hymns, for the Use of the Native Indians. Jones, Peter, tr. Methodist Book Concern: 1976. Open Door to Spanish: A Conversation Course for Beginners. Madrigal, Margarita. Regents: 1981. Using this method, students learn easily and quickly and have excellent retention of the material they have learned. Passwords to English Grammar: An ESL Program for Spanish Speakers: Book 1. Moffatt, Betty Clare. Steck-Vaughn: 1989. Exercises for an ESOL student. (2 copies) The Random Hours Basic Dictionary: Spanish. Random House: 1981. Spanish- English dictionary with 30,000 entries, including a pronunciation guide, useful phrases. Robo De Identiad: Algo malo puede pasarle a su buen nombre. Comision Federal de Comercio, Febrero 2002. In Spanish, a guide for resolving credit problems and identity theft. See It and Say It in Italian. Madrigal, Margarita and Guiseppina Salvadori. Contextbased vocabulary and phrases accompanied by pictures. Spanish/English Dictionary. Ramondino, Salvatore, Ed. Signet: 1969. Spanish for Oral and Written Review. Igelsias, Maro and Walter Meiden. Holt, Rinehart & Winston: 1981. A grammatical approach to the study of Spanish. Spanish on the Job. Southwestern Press: 1990. 101 useful terms in English and Spanish which the employer needs to know to communicate with a Spanish-speaking employee. Spanish Through Pictures: Book 1. Richards, I.A. et al. Washington Square Press: 1950. This book, based on learning simple Spanish through the aid of pictures, is designed for the student and gradually becomes more difficult. Spanish Verbs and Essentials of Grammar. Ramboz, Ina. Passport Books: 1990. Major grammatical concepts of the Spanish language. Toublier? Jamais! Graham, Heather. Harlequin: 1987. A novel in French. Two Hundred and One Korean Verbs: Fully Conjugated in All Aspects, Moods, Tenses, and Formality Levels. Song, Seok Choong. Barrons: 1988. A full treatment of the verbs in the Korean language.

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2001 Spanish and English Idioms. Savaiano, Eugene and Lynn Winget. Barrons: 1976. 200l idioms presented in English/Spanish and Spanish/English. The University of Chicago Spanish-English/English-Spanish Dictionary, 4th Ed. Castillo, Carlos and Otto F. Bond. Pocket Books: 1987. Pocket dictionary with abbreviations, pronunciation, common words and expressions, history, numbers, and more. Umyezo. Jolobe, James J. R. Witwatersrand University Press: 1961. Xhosa poems. La Vida Loca: El Testimonio de un Pandillero en Los Angeles. Rodríguez, Luis J. Simon and Schuster: 1993. Story of a boy living the life of a gang member in LA. (Translated by Ricardo Aguilar Melantzón and Ana Brewington) Vietnamese in a Nutshell. Yuong-gia-thuy, Institute for Language Study: 1975. A text to teach Vietnamese to English speakers. Voces de Hispanoamérica: Antología Litería: 3rd Edition. Filer, Malva E. Thomson & Heinle: 2004. Variety of literacy pieces written by Latin American writers organized into six historical periods. Vox Super-Mini Spanish and English Dictionary. Biblograf, S.A., eds. National Textbook Co: 1984. Walls and Mirrors: Mexican Americans, Mexican Immigrants, and the Politics of Ethnicity. Gutierrez, David G. Univ. of CA. Press: 1995. Textbook on how Mexican immigration has shaped the American Southwest. Websters English/Spanish Dictionary. Nichols, K., ed. Watermill Press: 1991. Designed for travel, school and business. Western Europe Phrasebook. Andrews, Chris, et al. Lonely Planet: 1992. Language tips and vocabulary are included for Catalan, Basque and Irish as well as Dutch, French, Spanish, Portuguese and German. Worldwide Spanish Dictionary. Wiezell, Richard J., Ed. Follett: 1966.

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Learning Disabilities Full Life Ahead : A Workbook and Guide to Adult Life for Students and Families of Students with Learning Disabilities. Cobb, Jan and Judy Barclay. Southeast Regional Resource Center: 2001. Offers the tools and information you and your student will need to make sure youre on the right track toward a full life. Learning Disabilities, Literacy, and Adult Education. Vogel, Susan and Stephen Reder. Brookes: 1998. A resource for how and when to screen for LD and methods for teaching adults who have LD. Promising Practices: What We Learned as Pilot Programs. Learning Disabilities Training and Dissemination Project. ProLiteracy: 2003. The report of 22 sites who spent 19992000 developing practices to better serve adults with Learning Disabilities. Includes pamphlet entitled Learning Disabilities and Legal Issues: Background Information for Volunteer Adult Literacy Programs. LVA: 2003. (2 copies) Reading By the Colors: Overcoming Dyslexia and Other Reading Disabilities Through the Irlen Method. Irlen, Helen. Avery: 1991. An explanation in easy-to-understand language how the Irlen method can improve reading skills. Taking the Mystique Out of Learning Disabilities: A Practical Guide for Literacy Tutors. Goldstein, Ricki. Laubach Literacy of Canada: 2000. The challenge of working with a learner with a learning disability is addressed with practical suggestions given for success. Working with Adults with Learning Disabilities: Program 2: Dyslexia: Visual, Auditory and Dysgraphia. A 90-minute video tape from a professional development series for adult educators and trainers seeking to enhance their sensitivity and knowledge about Learning Disabilities. Also: Video Tape: Program 9: Teaching Strategies for the Learning Disabled.

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Life Skills Banking Language: A Survival Vocabulary. Richey, Jim. Globe Fearon: 1996. A guide to the vocabulary needed at a bank. (3 copies) Basic Telephone Training. Watson-Delestree, Ann. Contemporary: 1992. This book is designed to help students use the telephone efficiently. Also: Audio Tape. Brain Skills: Enhance Your Power to Learn. Learning RX: 2002. Program focused on enhancing learning skills including reading, spelling, math, word problems, problem solving, listening and reading comprehension, sports, speed, puzzles, memory and more. Includes: Tutorial Video, audio tape, braincards quick timer, Litrak times, workbook and instructions. Budgeting Steps and Tips. Golden State Consumer Credit Counseling: 2001. This budget plan will help achieve financial stability. (3 copies) Building Self-Confidence: A LifeSchool Work Text. Tune, Nancy. Fearon/Janus: 1985. Choices: An ESL Lifeskills Series for Adults: Consumer Sense. Scheraga, Mona. Contemporary: 1991. Life skills information and vocabulary for the ESOL student. (2 copies) Also: Choices: In Good Health. (3 copies) Choices: Consumer Sense (2 copies) Choices: Families and Schools. (5 copies) Teachers Guide 1: For Consumer Sense, In Good Health and Family and Schools. Choices: Discovering Your Community (4 copies) Choices: Housing. (5 copies) Choices: Its Your Right. (5 copies) Teachers Guide 2: Discover Your Community, Its Your Right and Housing. The Complete Control Your Money: A Quick and Easy Guide with Worksheets. New Readers Press: 2001. Revised edition of this classic text for financial literacy. Control Your Money: A Quick and Easy Guide. New Readers Press: 1997. Information about money management. Also: Control Your Money Workbook. Activities. (11 copies) Credit Language: A Survival Vocabulary. Richey, Jim. Globe Fearon: 1996. A guide to the language needed to understand credit. (3 copies)

Crime and the Law: A Look at the Criminal Justice System. Phillips, Maxine. New Readers Press: 1981. How the criminal justice system is supposed to work, and what victims, witnesses, and suspects can expect from their contact with the criminal justice system. (2 copies)

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Also: Crime and the Law: Workbook. (2 copies) Drugstore Language: A Survival Vocabulary. Richey, Jim. Globe Fearon: 1996. A guide to language needed at drugstores. (2 copies) Economics: Its Your Business. Billings, Henry. New Readers Press: 1986. This book explains economics, including such daily processes as buying/selling, changing jobs, store prices, and taxes. Also: Workbook. (2 copies) Teachers Guide. (2 copies) English Spoken Here: Consumer Information. Messec, Jerry L. and Roger E. Kranich. Cambridge: 1982. Consumer English workbook with sections on money, shopping and renting an apartment. The ESL Safety Book. Dougherty, Craig and Robert Emigh. Full Blast: 2000. A variety of safety issues are covered from insect bites through stress and safety for persons with disabilities. Extra! Extra! Read All About It! How to Use the Newspaper in the Classroom. Lipson, Greta Barclay & Bernice N. Greenberg. Good Apple: 1981. Activities for using parts of the newspaper. Filling Out Forms. Stein, Wendy. New Readers Press: 1986. Forms fill our lives, and practice is given on filling out a variety of those forms. Forms and You. Stukel, Nadine B. Walch: 1983. To give the student practice in filling out such real-life forms as Social Security, drivers license, college entrance, bank loan and unemployment insurance. Guide to Understanding Money and Investment. Morris, Kenneth M. & Alan M. Siegel. Lightbulb Press: 1993. Friendly guide to buying stocks, bonds, mutual funds, planning your future, spotting money trends, and evaluating companies. Help Yourself: How to Take Advantage of Your Learning Styles. Sonbuchner, Gail M. New Readers Press: 1991. Designed for the intermediate level reader, this book helps adults discover learning styles in 10 chapters. (3 copies) Holt Mathematics. Nichols, Eugene D., et al. Holt, Rinehart, and Winston: 1981. Elementary math textbook with useful worksheets on time, money, shapes, numbers, colors, and more. (2 copies) How to Build Your Self-Esteem. Braham, Barbara. South-Western Pub.: 1993. A book that helps students build their self-esteem. How to Buy a Home in the United States: Student Book. Fannie Mae Foundation. (5 copies) Also: Teachers Guide. (2 copies) How to Buy Your Own Home: Student Workbook. Fannie Mae Foundation. (4 copies)

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Also: Teachers Guide. (2 copies) How to Get Things Done. National Career Workshops: 1987. Audio program with workbook on time management. Job Application Language: A Survival Vocabulary. Richey, Jim. Globe Fearon: 1996. A guide to filling out job applications. (2 copies) Knowing and Understanding Your Credit. Fannie Mae Foundation. (2 copies) Life Scenes Life Skills: Developing Consumer Competence. Stone, Calvin R. et al. Contemporary: 1986. Math and language skills in consumer English including sections on accounts, rent, shopping and credit, cars and complaints. Life Skills Applied: Direct to You: Teachers Guide. U.S. West: 1995. A new way to teach transferable reading and communications skills ­ by using an old friend, the telephone directory. (2 copies) Life Skills for Todays World: Community and Government. Bernstein, Vivian. SteckVaughn: 1994. Information about community and government with exercises. Life Skills for Todays World: Money and Consumers. Bernstein, Vivian. Steck-Vaughn: 1994. Exercises that help teach skills for banking, budgeting, credit and shopping. Life Skills for Todays World: Personal Health. Bernstein, Vivian. Steck-Vaughn: 1994. Information on personal health with exercises. Life Skills for Todays World: The World of Work. Bernstein, Vivian. Steck-Vaughn: 1994. Explores all aspects of work and includes exercises for finding work successfully. Life Skills for Todays World: Your Own Home. Bernstein, Vivian. Steck-Vaughn Company: 1994. Exercises that help teach skills involving where to buy and how to enjoy living in a home. Life Skills: Me and Others. Hooker, Dennis and Almut Hooker. Educational Design: 1990. Questions to answer about ourselves, others and the relationships between ourselves and others. Medical Language: A Survival Vocabulary. Richey, Jim. Globe Fearon: 1996. A guide to medical language. (2 copies) Money Smart: An Adult Education Program Building Knowledge, Security, Confidence. FDIC. Full money curriculum with units on banking, credit, loans, budgets and savings. (2 binders) Also: Spanish Version. Newspapers in Education. California Coordinators of Newspaper in Education. A packet containing a teacher guide and student activity pages to teach use of the newspaper in education.

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Pathfinder: Exploring Career and Educational Paths. Lindsay, Norene. JIST Works: 1999. A handbook for creating a personal future. (3 copies) Practice in Survival Reading 1: Machine Age Riddles. Greatsinger, Calvin, et al. New Readers Press: 1978. (2 copies) Also: Practice in Survival Reading 2: Signs Around Town. (2 copies) Practice in Survival Reading 3: Label Talk. Practice in Survival Reading 4: Read the Instructions First. Practice in Survival Reading 5: Your Daily Paper. Practice in Survival Reading 6: Its on the Map. Practice in Survival Reading 7: Lets Look I Up. Practice in Survival Reading 8: Caution: Fine Print Ahead. Reading and Following Directions. Roderman, Winifred Ho. Fearon/Janus/Querous: 1978. Reading for Survival in Todays Society: Vol. 1. Adams, Anne H. Goodyear: 1978. More than 120 examples of the printed materials basic to reading in society today. Talking with the Police: An English Language and Civics Workbook for English Language Learners: Teachers Guide. Reta, Cathay O. and Martha A. Lane. Bruggemeyer Memorial Library: 2002. This manual is designed to help ESOL learners talk to the police and understand basic law enforcement procedures in the U.S. Also: Student Workbook. Things to Know About Personal Paperwork. Kimball, Richard S. Walch: 1998. The student will learn about sorting and storing paperwork: wills, insurance, taxes, etc. Things to Know About Spending and Saving Money. Kimball, Richard S. Walch: 1998. From the Life Skills Literacy series, the student will learn such topics as how to budget, pay rent, buy food at the supermarket, take out a loan, invest money and pay with credit cards. To The Point on Money Management: Insuring Yourself. New Readers Press: 1980. A series of 5 books on practical life skills information for the learner. (2 copies) Also: To The Point: Making a Budget. To The Point: Saving and Investing. (2 copies) To The Point: Using a Checking Account. To The Point: Using Credit. (2 copies) Teachers Guide entitled To the Point on Money Management. (2 copies) Turn on the Human Calculator In You! Flansburg, Scott. Media Arts International: 1991. Audio program with workbook on math. What You Need To Know About Basic Writing Skills, Letters and Consumer Complaints. Starkey, Carolyn Morton, and Norgena Wright Penn. National Textbook: 1994. (2 copies)

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What You Need To Know About Getting A Job and Filling Out Forms. Starkey, Carolyn Morton, and Norgena Wright Penn. National Textbook: 1994. Teaches about getting a job and filling out forms. What You Need to Know About Reading Ads, Reference Materials and Legal Documents. Starkey, Carolyn Morton, and Norgena Wright Penn. National Textbook: 1994. Teaches reading, writing and understanding everyday situations. What You Need to Know About Reading Labels, Directions and Newspapers. Starkey, Carolyn Morton, and Norgena Wright Penn. National Textbook 1994. Life skills information. (2 copies) What You Need To Know About Reading Signs, Directories, Schedules, Maps, Charts And Graphs. Starkey, Carolyn Morton, and Norgena Wright Penn. National Textbook: 1994. Understanding signs, directories, etc. (2 copies) Women and Homeownership. Printed materials. (2 copies) Working Makes Sense. Hahn, Charles J. and J. Bradley Hanna. Fearon Pittman: 1973. Arithmetic concerned with work and working as well as shopping. Writing to Others. Cook, Cheri. New Readers Press: 1986. Many types of writing to others are included, such as notes, personal/business letters, invitations, etc. Also: Teachers Guide. The Yellow Pages: Student Guide. Anderson, Gloria, et al. Sprint: 1999. (16 copies) Also: The Yellow Pages: Tutor Guide. (8 copies) You are Here: A Guide to Everyday Maps, Plans and Diagrams. Martin, Stephen. New Readers Press: 1990. Vocabulary and practice using these materials. Listening/Speaking/Pronunciation Basic English for Adult Competency. Keltner, Autumn, et al. Prentice Hall: 1983. Exercises for adults with limited English speaking skills. Before Book One: Listening Activities for PreBeginning Students of English. Boyd, John and Mary Ann Boyd. Prentice Hall: 1991. A book of listening exercises. Also: Teachers Edition. Building Blocks of English: A Conversational Approach to Fluency. Moshin, Dan. Delta: 2002. The structure of language is taught to beginning and intermediate students in a systematic and enjoyable way. Clear Speech from the Start: Basic Pronunciation and Listening Comprehension in North American English: Students Book. Gilmore, Judy B. Cambridge University Press: 2001. Designed to give beginning students immediate help with English pronunciation and spelling. (2 copies) Also: Teachers Resource Book, including Audio CD "Quizzes for Units 1-15." Audio CDs #1, 2, 3

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Clear Speech: Pronunciation and Listening Comprehension in North American English: Students Book. Gilbert, Judy. Cambridge University Press: 1993. Activities to improve pronunciation and listening comprehension. Also: Teachers Resource Book Audio Tape 1. Audio Tape 2. Communication Starters: Techniques for the Language Classroom. Olson, Judy E. WinnBell. Pergamon: 1982. Many activities are included, all proven to be of use in ESOL classrooms. Consider the Issues: Advanced Listening and Critical Thinking Skills. Numrich, Carol. Longman: 1987. Activities dealing with authentic radio interviews. A Conversation Book 1: English in Everyday Life, 3rd Edition. Carver, Tina Kasloff and Sandra Douglas Fotinos. Prentice Hall: 1998. An inviting, student-centered approach to developing fluency in English conversation with contextualized picture dictionary type pages. Also: Teachers Guide. Set of 4 Tapes. A Conversation Book 1: English in Everyday Life, 4th Edition. Carver, Tina Kasloff and Sandra Fotinos-Riggs. Pearson Longman: 2006. New design for beginning speakers that includes chants by Carolyn Graham. A Conversation Book 2: English in Everyday Life. Carver, Tina Kasloff and Sandra Douglas Fotinos. Prentice Hall: 1988. An inviting, student-centered approach to developing fluency in English conversation. (2 copies) Also: Teachers Guide. Set of 6 Tapes. Conversations in English: Book 2. Mrowicki, Linda and Janet Isserlis. Linmore: 1995. Beginning secondary and adult learners learn the language needed to manage their survival needs as well as participate in daily conversation. Also: Teachers Book. Teachers Resource Book. Culturally Speaking 2nd Edition. Genzel, Rhona B. and Martha Gavves Cummings. Heinle and Heinle: 1994. Higher level communicative- based book focused on cultural exchanges and differences. English Pronunciation Made Simple. Dale, Paulette and Lillian Pons. Longman: 2005. Activities to help intermediate to advanced students on the road to accurate pronunciation. Audio CD included. Expanding Tactics for Listening. 2nd Edition. Richards, Jack C. Oxford: 2004. Intermediate level book designed for practice in everyday conversational English with content-based, high-interest topics.

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Also: Student CD. Fifty Speaking and Listening Activities: Beginner-Advanced Children and Adults. Scott, Deb. ESL Resources: 2002. Speaking and listening exercises deal with basic objects such as food and colors and move on to verbs. Focus on Pronunciation 1. Lane, Linda. Longman: 2005. In this three-book series, beginning through advanced students are given tools, tips, and techniques to help them speak English clearly and accurately. Each book contains 2 audio CDs. Also: Focus on Pronunciation 2. Focus on Pronunciation 3. Get I? Got It? Listening to Others/ Speaking for Ourselves. Gill, Mary McVey and Pamela Hartmann. Heinle & Heinle: 1993. From the Tapestry series, this book helps move the low-intermediate communication student from conversational, survival skills to the beginning of discussion, academic skills. The Grab Bag of Telephone Activities: A Collection of Telephone Related Activities for ESL Classrooms. Ganong, Elizabeth and Dan Ingram. ESL Resources: 2002. Because telephoning is difficult for many ESOL students, these exercises give confidence in the use of the telephone. Greetings!: Culture and Speaking Skills for Intermediate Students of English. Westfall, Meredith. University of Michigan: 2001. Greetings! Helps ESOL learners explore cultural traditions celebrated in the U.S. and Canada through discussion of such topics as birth announcements, birthday cards, party invitations and thank-you cards. A Guide for the Teaching of Second Language Listening. Mendelsohn, Daveid J., and Joan Rubin. Dominie Press: 1995. Provides unique insights into the many facets of teaching listening and comprehension with techniques to use learning strategies, to use video to facilitate listening, design assessment instruments, and pronunciation practice. Inglés Rápido y Fácil. Pimsleur Method. Barnes and Noble: 2003. Set of six English language learning CDs with manual CD and directions in Spanish. Includes ten lessons of listening and responding in English. Its Your Turn to Speak English: Aiming at Proficiency in English. Lennon, Patricia A., et al. Proficiency Press: 2001. Listening, speaking, reading and writing activities are presented in this innovative approach to ESOL. Also: Teachers Script. Look Whos Talking! : A Guide to the Development of Successful Conversation Groups in Intermediate and Advanced E.S.L. Classrooms. Christison, Mary Ann and Sharron Bassano. Alemany: 1981. Manual of American English Pronunciation. Prator, Clifford H., Jr. and Betty Wallace Robinett. Holt, Rinehart & Winston: 1972. This manual is intended for the advanced learner, particularly the typical foreign student in an American college or university.

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Moving On: Beginning Listening Book 2. Huizenga, Jann. Longman: 1989. Listening book focused on contextual places and based on pictures and dialogues. Passages: Exploring Spoken English. James, Gary. Heinle & Heinle: 1993. From the Tapestry series, this book moves the high-intermediate communication student as far as planning a lesson to teach someone else. Practical English Language Teaching: Listening. Helgesen, Marc and Steven Brown. David Nunan, series ed. McGraw Hill: 2007. Teacher-friendly resource that offers an overview of issues related to ESL listening as well as helpful teaching strategies and techniques organized by level. Also: Bonus Audio CD included. Practical English Language Teaching: Speaking. Bailey, Kathleen M. David Nunan, series ed. McGraw Hill: 2005. Teacher-friendly resource that offers an overview of issues related to ESL speaking as well as helpful teaching strategies and techniques organized by level. Pronunciation Contrasts in English. Nilsen, Don L.F. and Alleen Pace Nilsen. Regents: 1973. Extensive lists of both vowel and consonant contrasts between English and a variety of other languages, along with phonetic diagrams, minimal pairs and specific languages for which the contrast may be problematic. Pronunciation Games. Hancock, Mark. Cambridge University Press: 1995. A resource book containing photocopiable materials to use to raise the learners awareness of an aspect of English pronunciation. Pronunciation Makes a Difference: Using Minimal Pairs. Culver, Stuart and Wendy Billing. ESL Resources: 2001. An instructors resource book for ear-training to achieve clarity of speech. Pronunciation Pairs: An Introductory Course for Students of English: Students Book. Baker, Ann and Sharon Goldstein. Cambridge University Press: 1990. A comprehensive pronunciation course for ESOL. Also: Teachers Manual. Audio Tape 1. Audio Tape 2. Audio Tape 3. Audio Tape 4. Pronunciation Plus: Practice Through Interaction. Hewings, Martin and Sharon Goldstein. Cambridge University Press: 1988. For intermediate-level students who want to improve their pronunciation. Also: Teachers Manual. Audio Tape 1. Audio Tape 2. Audio Tape 3. Audio Tape 4.

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Say the Word!: A Guide to Improving Word Recognition Skills: Student Handbook. Loss, Barbara Rosenberg. New Readers Press: 1991. A diagnostic decoding program for adult readers who have difficulty reading certain words. Also: Teachers Manual. Photocopy Masters. Side by Side: Core Conversation Course: Intermediate. Molinsky, Steven J. and Bill Bliss. Prentice Hall: 1991. This book aims to help the intermediate ESL student learn to use English grammatically through practice with conversational exchanges. Something to Talk About: Reproducible Conversation Resource for Teachers and Tutors. Olson, Kathleen. University of Michigan Press: 2001. A 13-part conversation resource book for intermediate and advanced learners. Sound Ideas: Advanced Listening and Speaking. Fragiadakis, Helen and Virginia M. Mauer. Heinle & Heinle: 1995. Designed for advanced oral communication, this Tapestry book gives students the skills they need for meaningful, in-depth discussions in academic and social situations. Speaking Naturally: Communication Skills in American English. Tillitt, Bruce and Mary Newton Bruder. Cambridge University Press: 1985. Useful information about the kind of language that is appropriate in different situations. Also: Audio Tape. Speaking of Survival. Freeman, Daniel. Oxford University Press: 1982. Help with everyday survival skills. Also: Teachers Manual. Audio Tape. (2 copies) Survival English: English Through Conversation: Book 3, 2nd Edition. Mosteller, Lee and Bobbi Paul. Prentice Hall: 1995. Workbook based on topical survival language. Also: Book 3 Teachers Manual Book 2 Teachers Manual. Book 1 Teachers Manual. Talk-A-Tivities: Problem Solving and Puzzles for Pairs. Yorkey, Richards. Alta: 2002. Resource book for teachers with ESL pair activities, including strip stories, picture differences and crosswords. Talk About Trivia: 1001 Questions. Schoenberg, Irene E. Addison-Wesley: 1986. 1001 trivia questions based on American culture and vocabulary. Taking Off: Beginning English, 2nd Ed. Fesler, Susan H., & Christy Newman. McGrawHill: 2008. Exercises to practice listening, speaking, reading and writing. Also: Taking Off: Beginning English Audio CD. Taking Off: Beginning English Workbook. Taking Off: Beginning English Literacy Workbook w/ CD.

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Taking Turns: A Pair-Based Text for Beginning ESL. Gelin, Margaret T. University of Michigan: 2003. For high school and adult learners, this text combines communicative approaches to learning English with structural and grammatical approaches. Talk It Over!: Listening, Speaking, Pronunciation. Kozyrev, Joann Rishel. Houghton Mifflin: 2002. A complete text for the high intermediate to advanced oral communication classroom. Talk It Over! Oral Communication for the Real World. Kozyrev, Joann Rishel. Houghton Mifflin: 1998. The second level of a complete oral communication series for intermediate and advanced ESL students. Also: Talk It Over! Instructors Resource Manual. Talk It Through! Listening, Speaking and Pronunciation 2. Kozyrev, Joann Rishel. Houghton Mifflin: 2001. The middle level of a complete oral communication series for intermediate and advanced ESL students. Also: Talk It Through! Instructors Resource Manual. Talk It Through! Tape Talk It Up! Oral Communication for the Real World. Kozyrev, Joan Rishel. Houghton Mifflin: 1998. The first level of a complete oral communication series for intermediate and advanced ESL students. Also: Talk It Up! Instructors Resource Manual. Talk Time Handbook: Conversation Sessions for Volunteer Facilitators and Limited English Speaking Participants. Bentson, Marilyn and Elisabeth Mitchell. Tacoma Community House: 1995. A handbook for providing a comfortable place for ESOL speakers to communicate. (3 copies) Talking With Americans: Conversation and Friendship Strategies for Learners of English. Sharp, Pamela J. Little, Brown: 1984. A conversational approach to ESOL. Targeting Pronunciation: Communicating Clearly in English. 2nd Ed. Miller, Sue F. Houghton Mifflin: 2006. Communicative, interactive approach to pronunciation that includes a variety of activities. Teaching American English Pronunciation. Avery, Peter and Susan Ehrlich. Oxford University Press: 1992. A comprehensive introduction to teaching the pronunciation of North American English. Teaching Listening. Brown, Steven. Cambridge: 2006. Very short text on listening, with steps on teaching the skill. Teaching the Spoken Language: An Approach Based on the Analysis of Conversational English. Brown, Gillian and George Yule. Cambridge UP: 1983. Research based examination of the nature of spoken language and techniques for teaching and speaking. The Trouble with English: Overcoming Common Problems with North American English. McArthur, Dani. Act of Learning: 1994. Difficulties with pairs of words such as "can" and "cant" are presented, explained and practiced.

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Manipulatives Activity Cards. School Zone: 1988. Six sets of cards: rhyming words, go-togethers, numbers, colors, shapes and directions. Addition Flash Cards: Preschool to First Grade. Rose Art Industries: 1993. Americas "Spelling and Reading with Riggs." Riggs Institute Press: 1994. Set of 70 Orton phonogram cards. Basic Picture Words: Ages 5 and Up. Trend Enterprises: 1967. Basic Picture Words Flashcards. Trend: 1987 Basic Skills Cards. Carson-Dellusa Publishing. Picture card sets for game playing on long vowel sounds, short vowel sounds, rhyming words and photo alphabet. Beginning Sight Words. School Zone. For ages 5 and up, 110 basic words are shown on flash cards. Bingo. Seven sets of Bingo cards, each accompanied by words in 4 languages. Included are words describing pictures of items such as clothing, parts of the body, etc. English Irregular Verbs. Wonder Disc: 1993. 92 of the most often used irregular verbs are shown in basic form and their remaining 5 forms. Flipcards: English/Spanish, Espanol/Ingles: Date/Time/Weather. Fun Logic. Flippers. Christopher Lee Publications: 2000. Multi-page flip charts on a variety of subjects: English Grammar Flipper: Contains over 500 Rules, Definitions, and Examples. Punctuation and Capitalization Flipper: Contains over 500 Rules, Definitions, and Examples. Word Skills Flipper: A Basic Flip Guide to Reading and Listening. Writing Skills Flipper: A Basic Reference to Writing and Speaking.

Flip-Flash Phonics: Beginning Consonants. Ideal: 2001. Sets of 78 flip cards give practice in skills needed by beginning readers. Also: Blends and Digraphs. Compounds and Contractions. Homonyms. Long Vowels. Opposites. Short Vowels. Synonyms. Words and Pictures. Flipping Phonics. Coleman, Nancy. New Readers Press: 1997.

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Map of the United States: Puzzle Pieces Cut in the Shape of State. Milton Bradley. Boxed. More Sight Words: Ages 6 and Up. Trend Enterprises: 1967. Phonics: Pocket Flash Cards. TREND Enterprises: 1999. Phonics Bingo: Sound/Spelling Picture Board Games for Reading & Vocabulary Learning: Basic Level Game (#1-8). Kirn-Rubin, Elaine and Arthur Rubin. Elaine Kirn: 2001. Nine boards in each set covering simple, complex, and all vowel contrasts, initial and final consonant contrasts, medial consonants and spellings and exceptional consonant spellings, depending on the level. Directions are given to play Lotto and or Bingo in several different ways. Also: Beginning Level Game (#9-16). Intermediate Level Game (#17-24). Advanced Level Game (#25-32). Phonics Cards. CTP: 1999. Rectangular picture-word cards on short vowels, long vowels and two sets of word families. Phonics Made Easy. School Zone. For ages 6 and up, 56 flash cards introduce letter sounds. Slang Flashcards. Knock Knock. Flashcards follow dictionary-like definitions with pictures and examples. Spalding Word Builders. Spalding Education International: 2003. Word cards to practice applying spelling and grammar rules and to expand vocabulary, particularly using affixes. Part of Spalding Method. (2 copies) U.S.A. Map. Target. Wooden puzzle with capitals and state outlines under pieces. The Writing Road to Reading: Phonogram Cards. Spalding Education Foundation: 1994. Sound cards to practice spelling generalizations. Part of Spalding Method. Manipulatives from Reading Manipulatives Company: 1999. Analogies Match-Ups A #460 Analogies Match-Ups B #465 Blend & Digraph Sorts #140 Capitalization and Punctuation B #385 Compound Words Centered A #445 Compound Words Centered B #450 Contractions/Possessives Flip Strips #325 Final Phoneme Sorts #120 Idioms Match-Ups #530 Initial Phoneme Sorts #110 Intermediate Blending #270 Irregular Verbs Skills Cards #390 Outlining ­ Stories and Steps #540

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Paragraph Sequencing A #515 Paragraph Sequencing B #520 Parts of Speech Sentences #375 Phoneme Songs Audio CD Only #099 Prefixes Match-ups A #340 Prefixes Match-ups B #345 Rhyming Match-Ups & More #105 Scrambled Sentences ­ American Landmarks 1 #615 Scrambled Sentences ­ Birds 1 #620 Scrambled Sentences ­ Dangerous Creatures 2 #640 Scrambled Sentences ­ Farm 1 #610 Scrambled Sentences ­ Nature 2 #650 Scrambled Sentences ­ Watchable Animals 3 #675 Scrambled Sentences ­ World Landmarks 2 #645 SLV Decoding Match-Ups #220 SLV Posters and Audio Tape Only #135 SLV Scrambled Sentences #230 SLV Word Families #250 Subject-Predicate Match-Ups #360 Suffixes Match-Ups #330 Syllabication ­ Longer Words #320 Syllable Sorts #310 Synonyms Match-Ups A #410 Synonyms Match-Ups B #415 Synonyms Match-Ups C #420

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Phonics Breaking the Code. Lebo, Jerome d. et al. Open Court: 1975. Workbook with readings and exercises focusing on specific sounds. Fast Track Phonics for Young Adults and Adults. Wiley, Kaye. Pearson Ed: 2002. Activities program with colorful pages presenting new sounds in the context of "Phonics Team" adventures with thematic topics, highlighting more difficult sounds, grammar and phonics cards. Also: Teachers Guide. (2 copies) Introductory Word Book. Fry, Edward. Contemporary: 1997. 1000 of the most common words used in reading and writing and other important words for adult beginning writers, arranged as a dictionary. Phonics Awareness: Playing with Sounds to Strengthen Beginning Reading Skills. Creative Teaching Press: 1997. Collection of simple activities to help with phoneme pronunciation. Phonics Patterns. Fry, Edward. Contemporary: 1997. A reference book for teachers containing over 320 word families. The activity books provide phonics and sight word vocabulary activities for the beginning reader. (2 copies) Also: Phonics and Whole Words Activity Book 1. (10 copies) Phonics and Whole Words Activity Book 2. (10 copies) Reading/Writing Connection: Phonics. Adams, M.J. et. Al. Open Court: 1995. Phonics based reading skill book focusing on letters, sounds and simple words and sentences. Teaching and Assessing Phonics: Who, What, When, How: A Guide for Teachers. Chall, Jeanne S. and Helen M. Popp. Educators Publishing: 1996. Note: see also Focus on Phonics, in the Graded Series, Laubach Way to Reading.

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Poetry/Novels/Plays Amazing Gracie: A Dogs Tale. Dye, Dan and Mark Beckloff. GK Hall & Co: 2000. Story of a dog and her owner. Are You Somebody: The Accidental Memoir of a Dublin Woman. OFaolain, Nuala. Thorndike Press: 1998. Memoir of a woman growing up in Catholic Ireland. Bless Me Ultima. Anaya, Rudolpho. Warner: 1972. A study of a boy growing up with Ultima, a curanda (one who cures with herbs and magic). (4 copies) See Languages, non-English and Bilingual for copies of this novel in Spanish, entitled Bendiceme, Ultima. A Breeze Swept Through. Tapahonso, Luci. West End Press: 1987. Poems. The Bully. Langan, Paul. Townsend: 2002. Darrell must face his problem ­ keep running from the bully or find some way to fight back. Call of the Wild. London, Jack. Townsend Press: 2003. In the brutal Arctic, a dog learns the harsh laws of nature. Death and the Maiden. Dorfman, Ariel. Penguin: 1991. Play set during the immediate aftermath of a dictatorship about the investigation of a rape. Defending Baltimore Against Enemy Attack: A Boyhood Year During World War II. Memoir of a childhood on the home front. The Destiny of Me. Kramer, Larry. Larry Kramer: 1993. Play about an AIDS activist and victim coming to terms with his life. The Devils Workshop. Martinez, Demetria. University of Arizona Press: 2002. A collection of 53 poems. Dracula. Stoker, Bram. Townsend Press: 2003. This is the first and most terrifying of all vampire stories. A Few Good Men. Sorkin, Aaron. Aaron Sorkin: 1990. The military courtroom drama concerning the trial of two young marines in the death of another marine. The popular movie in its play form. Great Stories of Suspense and Adventure. Johnson, Beth and Barbara Solot, eds. Townsend Press: 2003. Six spine-tingling experiences await you in these stories. Journeys End. Sherriff, R.C. Penguin: 1929. A play about the front battle lines of World War 1 as told by a captain. The Jungle Book. Kipling, Rudyard. Townsend Press: 2003. Born a man; raised by wolves. Where does Mowgli belong?

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Lettice and Lovage. Shaffer, Peter. Venticelli: 1990. Play on the story of the friendship between two theatre enthusiasts. Push. Sapphire. Knopf: 1995. A novel about a young black girl and her journey from Harlem. The Reader: a Novel. Schlink, Bernard. Random House: 1997. A novel of love and secrets, horror and compassion, unfolding against the haunted landscape of postwar Germany. Talk Before Sleep: A Novel. Berg, Elizabeth. Random House: 1994. Concerned with the death of a friend due to cancer. The Tortured Boy. Davis, Howard Charles. Linford: 1961. Mystery about a criminals missing boy. 20th Century American Poetry: An Anthology. Writers Voices: 1991. Poems selected from the poetry of eight American poets. The Water Between Us. McCallum, Shara. University of Pittsburgh Press: 1999. Poems. White Fang. London, Jack. Townsend Press: 2003. Wolf pup White Fang meets a new challenge regarding adopting to the ways of man.

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Program Management The Administration and Supervision of Reading Programs. Wepner, Shelley B. et al., editors. Teachers College Press: 1989. Invaluable material to assist preservice and inservice reading specialists, supervisors and administrators in identifying the needs and means needed to organize and supervise pre-K through 12 reading programs. Arizona Department of Education: Adult Education Standards: ESOL. Arizona Department of Education: 2000. To strengthen the Arizona standard, stated, "The adult learner uses written language to communicate in a variety of situations." (2 copies) Also: Reading. Writing. Technology. Complete Set, Revised 2007. The Arizona Factbook on Ethnic Minorities. ASU: 2000. Useful information for organizations as they develop programs and services to address issues relevant to residents of AZ. (2 copies) Basic Literacy Handout Packet. Fessler, Chloe, et al. Literacy Volunteers of America: 1994. LVA workshop materials for training tutors to teach BL learners. Basic Literacy Tutor Training Guide. LVA: 1993. A loose-leaf notebook including a copy of the following books: Tutor, Basic Literacy Trainers Guide, and Basic Literacy Handout Packet. Content-Based Second Language Instruction. Brinton, Donna M., et al. Newbury House: 1989. Focus on three content-based language courses: theme-based, sheltered or adjunct language. English as a Second Language In-Service Training: Sounds of English. Printed materials. English as a Second Language Trainers Guide. Literacy Volunteers of America: 1995. LVA workshop materials for training tutors to teach ESL learners. ESLOA English as a Second Language Oral Assessment: Trainers Guide. McLean, Teri and Nancy Ryder. LVA: 1995. A manual which also includes Basic Literacy Workshop Leaders Guide: READ Training. Root, Jane. Syracuse University: 1999. Also: English as a Second Language Oral Assessment Audio Training Tape. (2 copies) READ Test Audio Tape. English Literacy and Civics Education for Adult Learners: Special Policy Update. Tolbert, Michelle. National Institute for Literacy: 2001. The funding of the English Literacy and Civics Education (EL/CE) grant has been continued in an effort to improve the literacy needs in the U.S. Equipped for the Future Content Standards: What Adults Need to Know and Be Able to Do in the 21st Century. Stein, Sondra. NIFL: 2000.

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Focus on the Language Learner: Approaches to Identifying and Meeting the Needs of Second Language Learners. Tarone, Elaine and George Yule. Oxford University Press: 1991. Intended for classroom language teachers interested in improving their ability to analyze the needs of particular groups of learners in order to make practical teaching decisions. Foundations of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism. Baker, Colin. Multilingual matters: 1993. A discussion of the nature, policies and practices of bilingualism. Fundamental Considerations in Language Testing. Bachman, Lyle. Oxford University Press: 1990. A discussion of fundamental issues that need to be addressed at the start of any language testing effort. Great Start 5: Program Guide. Evelyn Renner and Associates: 2003. A program for training tutors in groups or individually in only five hours. Also: Tutor Training Manual with CD-ROM. (stored separately) DVD Training (2 sets of 2) Health Literacy. Compiled by White, Vinnie E. 2004. A compendium of materials, project ideas and funding possibilities for health literacy. Health Literacy. Compiled by NAU Public Health Nursing student. 2004. A compendium of materials with a special focus on diabetes. Higher Skills: Bottom-Line Results: A Chamber Guide to Improving Workplace Literacy. Center for Workplace Preparation. The whys and hows of improving workplace literacy. A History of English Language Teaching. Howatt, A. P. R. Oxford University Press: 1984. A source book on the history of teaching the English language from before 1800 to the present. House of Miracles: A Portrait of Literacy. Loughrey, Patricia, comp. San Diego Council on Literacy: 2002. Literacy tutoring from the viewpoint of the learner or the tutor. (2 copies) How to Add Family Literacy to Your Program. LVA: 1991. An administrative guide to family literacy, which includes examples drawn from actual family literacy programs. Introduction to Sociolinguistics. Wardhaugh, Ronald. Blackwell: 1986. An introduction to sociolinguistics or the sociology of language including subjects such as dialect, language variation and change, ethnography, and social codes. Language and Communication. Richards, Jack C. and Richard W. Schmidt, eds. Longman: 1983. A coherent survey of major issues in the study of language and communication as related to learning and teaching of second and foreign languages. LLA Trainer Resource Handbook. Laubach Literacy Action: 1995. Tips for giving trainings and workshops. Literacy Trainer Handbook. Laubach Literacy Action: 1988. Laubach trainer guide.

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LVA Guide for Training Trainers: Pre-Workshop Participants Packet. Literacy volunteers of America. Guide for trainers using LVA training with tips and resources. LVA Guide for Training Trainers: Training of Trainers Workshop. Fessler, Chloe, et al. LVA: 2000. A nationally approved LVA, 12-hour workshop is outlined for training trainers. Literacy Volunteers of America Workbook. Printed materials. Materials for training literacy volunteers. LVA Works: A Guide to Workplace Education. Oppenheimer, Margery and LVAs Workforce Education Taskforce. LVA. Using this book, LVA could significantly increase its capacity to provide workplace related instruction to individuals at the lowest levels of reading ability. Training by Design: Literacy Workshop Photocopy Masters. Laubach Literacy Action. New Readers Press: 1994. Visual aids and activity sheets for use with tutor training. (2 copies) Also: Literacy Workshop Photocopy Masters. (2 copies). Training by Design: Literacy Workshop Presentations 1. Laubach Literacy Action. New Readers Press: 1994. Training guide for teaching reading. Also: Literacy Workshop Presentations 2. 11 videos. See "DVD/Video". Minnesota Literacy Council: English as a Second Language: Volunteer Tutor Manual. Minnesota Literacy Council: 1994. A manual to train volunteers who tutor ESOL adult learners. Money Management and Home-buying Readiness: Sourcebook for Teachers of ESOL and ABE. Fannie Mae Foundation. A guidebook for program coordinators and administrators who are interested in implementing a home-buying readiness project. Outcome­Based Evaluation for Literacy Programs. Horn, Claudia B. LVA: 2001. This provides a systematic way to measure whether a program is achieving its goals. Problems in the Origins and Development of the English Language: 3rd Edition. Algeo, John. Harcourt: 1982. Manual intended to demonstrate the evolution of English that includes exercises. Psycholinguistics: The Experimental Study of Language. Prideaux, Gary D. Guilford: 1985. This book offers a "hands-on" approach to experimental psycholinguistics. Reading Manipulatives. Walentas, Nancy E. Nancy E. Walentas: 1999. Descriptions of the manipulative activities.

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The Sociolinguistics of Society: Introduction to Sociolinguistics: Vol. 1. Blackwell: 1984. An introduction to the aspects of sociolinguistics described as the sociology of language: the effect of language and dialect differences on societies. Syllabus Design. Nunan, David. Oxford University Press: 1998. To provide teachers with tools and techniques for analyzing and subjecting their syllabi to critical scrutiny. Teaching the Native American, 2nd Edition. Gilliland, Hap. Kendall/Hunt: 1992. Valuable recommendations for teaching Native Americans. Testing for Language Teachers. Hughes, Arthur. Cambridge University Press: 1989. The objective of this book is to help language teachers write better tests. Theories of Second Language Learning. McLaughlin, Barry. Edward Arnold: 1987. Reviews and evaluations of the leading theoretical approaches to adult second language learning. University Foreign Language Learning: Spanish and Japanese. McGroarty, Mary. UCLA: 1988. A study of the attitudes and learning strategies of university students enrolled in elementary Spanish and elementary Japanese for one year. University Foreign Language Learning: What Predicts Success? McGroarty, Mary. UCLA: 1988. The conclusion of this study was that students learn a foreign language more readily if efforts are made to use the new language in real communicative situations and a variety of media are used. Volunteer Management: Mobilizing All the Resources of the Community. McCurley, Steve and Rick Lynch. Heritage Arts: 1996. How tos concerning volunteer programs. The Volunteer Recruitment (and Membership Development) Book. Ellis, Susan J. Energize: 1996. Suggested recruitment techniques for volunteer programs. A Way with Words. Colvin, Ruth. Literacy Volunteers of America: 1992. A story all about Literacy Volunteers of America, written by the founder. Women in Literacy. Laubach: 1996. Five pamphlets containing ideas to spark and support women and to work for change.

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Readers The Accidental Tourist. Tyler, Anne. Writers Voices: 1991. Excerpt from the story of a man who has lost a son. Across the Centuries. Armento, Beverly J., et al. Houghton Mifflin: 1991. Social studies readings of varying levels about people, places, and history in the U.S. and beyond, including pictures, maps, charts, and lessons. Also: From Sea to Shining Sea. Some People I Know. This is My Country. Action Book Collection: America in the 20th Century Teachers Guide. Scholastic: 2003. Teachers guide based on pre, during and after reading strategies to go along with Action Readers: Battle for Honor, Elian Gonzáles, The Roots of Rock and Roll, See You in Court, Civil Rights Marches and Memories of Vietnam. Along the Gold Rush Trail. Kenna, Gail Wilson. New Readers Press: 1982. Eugene sets out for California to earn his fortune mining for gold. Also: Study Guide. (12 copies) Teachers Guide. American Vistas: Acquiring Cultural Awareness and Reading Skills. Kitao, Kenji, et al. Short readings with exercises divided by topic. Ancient Lives Unveiled: The Pharaohs Scribe and the Way of the Samurai. Barnes, Joyce A. and Steven Otfinoski. Globe Fearon: 2006. Two stories of ancient figures that include large print, chapters, illustrations and highlighted vocabulary. Geared towards teens. (2 copies) Ant Attack! (Based on Carl Stephensons short story "Leninger Vs the Ants"). Levitan, Michael. Scholastic: 2004. The story of a battle between killer ants and men at a farm with enhanced vocabulary and questions (level 2). As a Child Grows. Keller, Roseanne. New Readers Press: 1979. A story about a childs growth written for new readers. (2 copies) Awake From a Coma. Snead, J.C. Scholastic: 2004. The story of a man who wakes from a coma 19 years later with enhanced vocabulary and questions (level 2). Awake to Worlds Unfolding: Open Court Basic Readers. Carus, Marianne, Ed. Open Court: 1971. Collection of legends, folktales and stories around the world. Also: Awake to Worlds Unfolding. A Magic World. A Trip Around the World. What Joy Awaits You. The Aztecs: Rise and Fall of a Great Empire. Smalley, Roger. Red Brick Learning: 2004.

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Back From the Dead (Based on Guy de Mavpassants "The Mannerism"). Levitan, Michael. Scholastic: 2004. The story of a teenage daughter buried alive with enhanced vocabulary and questions (level 1). The Bank Raid. Brown and Brown: 1998. A very simple story of a bank raid. Also: The Bank Raid Exercises. Exercise book to accompany the text. Barry Bonds: Baseballs Complete Player. Harvey, Miles. Childrens Press: 1994. An illustrated story about the baseball career of Barry Bonds. Bars Coming Near: An anthology by New Writers in Prison. New Writers Voices: 1992. New writers tell of their good and bad experiences from prison. Battle for Honor: Japanese Americans in WWII. Parks, Deborah A. Scholastic: 2003. Although the Japanese were the enemy during WWII, this Level 1 reader describes the loyalty of Japanese Americans to America. (6 copies) Bens Gift. Barnett, Cynthia. New Readers: 1981. A young man with cerebral palsy learns to live on his own. (2 copies) Also: Study Guide. (15 copies) Teachers Guide. Blast Off! Space Explorers and Apollo 13. Onion, Amanda and Emily Costello. Globe Fearon: 2006. Two stories about journeys into outer space that include large print, chapters, illustrations and highlighted vocabulary. Geared towards teens. Born Twice with a Spider on Her Head. Harber, Stephen. Gatehouse CoolBooks: 2001. Very simple story about a little sister who survived a car accident but suffered brain damage. Borrowed Time: An AIDS Memoir. Monette, Paul. Writers Voices: 1992. An excerpt from the memoir of a man who died of AIDS. Broken Table. Eulenberg, Marcia. Jostens: 1990. When Sandy was too sick to go out to play, the table got broken. (2 copies) Buck. Pfund, Tom. Jostens: 1990. Buck, a lost dog, becomes Big Bills pet. (2 copies) Buffalo Bill. Collier-MacMillan English Readers: 1965. A novel about Buffalo Bill for ESOL students. A Christmas Carol. Dickens, Charles. Adapted by Huchinson, Emily. Saddleback Publishing: 1999. Shortened and simplified version of the classic. Civil Rights Marches. George, Linda and Charles. Scholastic: 2003. A Level 3 reader which explains the civil rights marches in America in the 1950s-60s. (6 copies) The Color of My Words. Joseph, Lynn. Harper Trophy: 2000. Adolescent book about an aspiring young writer in the Dominican Republic.

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The Contemporary Reader: Vol. 1, No. 2. Contemporary: 1994. A number of articles for the ESOL reader Country Life. Pfund, Tom. Jostens: 1990. Three stories about living in the country. (2 copies) Courage from Behind the Mask. 2002. A creative writing anthology for the Adult Literacy Students of the YMCA Educational Services in New Orleans. Crossbow Killer: Mystery at Yellowstone. Stembach, Jerry. Don Johnson, Inc.: 2000. Nick Ford and his family spend the summer in Yellowstone Park searching for the crossbow killer. Dark They Were, and Golden Eyed. Bradbury, Ray. Writers Voices: 1991. A story about a man who moves to Mars with his family. David Robinson: The Admiral. Stein, Conrad. Childrens Press: 1994. An illustrated story about Davids basketball career. Dazzle. Krantz, Judith. Writers Voices: 1992. An excerpt from the novel about a famous photographer. A Different Kind of Christmas. Haley, Alex. Writers Voices: 1991. Excerpts from a novel about slavery. (2 copies) The Dog Hole. Kennedy, Ricky. Gatehouse CoolBooks: 2001. Very simple story about a boy realizing the value of his own home and family by comparing it to another. Don Shula: Footballs Winningest Coach. Stein, Conrad. Childrens Press: 1994. An illustrated story about Shulas career as a football coach. Dona Eleanora and Lord Edward. McGraw, Barbara. Scott Foresman: 1982. An Adult Readers Library book. A Dream with Storms. Reed, Fran. New Readers Press: 1979. Rosa wants to return to school, but although she cannot, she doesnt let go of her dream easily. (3 copies) Also: Study Guide. (17 copies) Teachers Guide Driven Ambition. Lloyd, Paul. Gatehouse CoolBooks: 2001. Very simple story about a teen on a crime spree who has a debilitating car accident. Elián Gonzalez: Caught Between Two Countries. Gresham, Frank. Scholastic: 2003. A Level 1 reader which tells the story of a Cuban boy found in the ocean who is claimed by his father and Cuban relatives living in Florida. (6 copies) Emergency on School Street. Carter, Patte. Jostens: 1990. Fast action saves a friend who is choking. (2 copies)

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Everything Will Be Alright. Lewis, Marcia. Gatehouse CoolBooks: 2001. Very simple story about a woman imprisoned for illegal immigration in England. Fatherhood and Time Flies. Bill Cosby. Writers Voices: 1989. Excerpts from two of Cosbys books. Fear of White Water. Hanna, Julia. Houghton Mifflin: Leveled Readers. 6th grade level short reader with questions at the end about rafting the Salmon River. Also: River of No Return. Hanna, Julia Weathering the Storm. Donovan, Barbara A. An Unexpected Hero. Ayers, Paul Foiled by the Devil. Axis Education: Brinsford Books Crime: 2005. A simple story about a young man who ended up in prison because of drug abuse. Frank Thomas: The Big Hurt. Cox, Ted. Childrens Press: 1994. An illustrated story about the baseball career of Frank Thomas. The Freedom Side. Stadelhofen, Marcie Miller. New Readers Press: 1982. The story of the escape to Canada by a young slave girl. (3 copies) Also: Study Guide. (18 copies) Teachers Guide. From Sea to Sea: The Headway Program, Level E. Sutherland, Zena (ed.). Open Court: 1979. Collection of readings with exercises about the U.S. Also: The Place Called Morning, Level F. Burning Bright, Level H. The Spirit of the Wind, Level I. Close to the Sun, Level J. Giant Steps: The Autobiography of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Abdul-Jabbar with Peter Knobler. Writers Voices: 1990. An excerpt from his autobiography. Gods Plan: The Story of the Bible. Witt, Kenneth P. 1988. The vocabulary for this easy-to-read booklet can be found in Laubach Way to Reading series. The Godfather. Puzo, Mario. Writers Voices: 1991. An excerpt from the best-selling novel about crime. (5 copies) Good Times. Pfund, Tom. Jostens: 1990. Mrs. Keys gives young Ed a bit of advice. (2 copies) Gutted. Axis Education: Brinsford Books Crime: 2005. A story about a man who led a life of crime and became a father. Adult language. Hakeem Olajuwon: The Dream. Harvey, Miles. Childrens Press: 1994. An illustrated story about Olajuwons basketball career.

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Hard Up. Ruffell, Ann. Axis Education: Brinsford Books Crime: 2005. A simple story about a woman who survived an abusive relationship with a man who convinced her to steal. The Heinle Reading Library Mini Reader Collection: After School Works. Thomson Heinle. Series of readers designed for high school aged ESL learners with relevant themes of concern. Also: Career Day at School. First Day of School. Friends at Lunch. Holiday Scrapbook. Joels Senior Yearbook. Saturday Afternoon. Teenagers in the Morning. Working at the Supermarket. (2 copies) Hello. Cooper, J. David & John J. Pikulski, et al. Houghton Mifflin: 1996. Level 1.2 of a set of readers based on themes, including colorful pictures, practical stories about people and places, and grade-level appropriate language. Full sets include books, teachers guides, teacher annotated activity books, and student activity books. (2 copies) Also: Level 1.3: Share. (2 copies) Level 1.4: Surprise. (2 copies) Level 1.5: Discover. (2 copies) Level 2.1: Friends. (2 copies) Level 2.2: Treasure. (2 copies) Level 3.1: Enjoy. (2 copies) Level 3.2: Celebrate. (2 copies) Level 3.2: What a Day! Teachers Book. Level 3.2: Literacy Activity Book, Teachers Annotated Edition. (2 copies) Level 4: Imagine. Level 4: Literacy Activity Book, Teachers Annotated Edition. Help! Prowse, Philip. Cambridge: 2003. Level 1 "comedy" about a writer who has trouble using a computer. Help Me! Frommer, Sara. New Readers Press: 1991. Descriptive short story for new readers. Hi, Doll. Frommer, Sara. New Readers Press: 1991. Descriptive short story for new readers. Home Run. Frommer, Sara. New Readers Press: 1991. Descriptive short story for new readers. Housework. Avanti Books Adult Reader Library: 1993. Very simple illustrated book of housework tasks. I Could Leap Through a Cheerio. 1999. A book of life stories told by women students in the Second Start Adult Literacy Program, Oakland, CA. Intermediate level.

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In and Out the Window. Coret, Harriette. New Readers Press: 1982. The frustrations of a seventeen-year-old are explored in this story. (5 copies) Also: Study Guide. (17 copies) Teachers Guide. (2 copies) In My Day. Frommer, Sara. New Readers Press: 1991. Descriptive short story for new readers. In the Shadow of Man. Goodall, Jane. Writers Voices: 1992. The stories of an animal lover and her work in Africa. It All Started as a Joke. Tuff, John. Gatehouse CoolBooks: 2001. Very simple story about a jailhouse prank. Jack Sloan Series. Hagen, Agnes M. New Readers Press: 2001. Four high interest/ low vocabulary books in a series that tell the story of Sheriff Jack Sloan as he looks for his family and does his job. Jack Sloan in Justice on Horseback (#2) Jack Sloan in Mississippi Stranger (#4) Jack Sloan in Shotgun Revenge (#3) Jack Sloan in Tin Star Promise (#1) The Joy Luck Club. Tan, Amy. Writers Voices: 1992. Excerpt from the novel of four Chinese women and their American daughters. (4 copies) Just Like a Movie. Leather, Sue. Cambridge: 2003. Level 2 "thriller" about a couple who want to live their lives like the movies. Just Once. Christian, Mary Blount. New Readers Press: 1982. Cora can no longer live with her husbands violent temper, so she must take the baby, and find a way to make it on her own. (3 copies) Also: Study Guide. (17 copies) Teachers Guide. Kaffir Boy. Mathabane, Mark. Writers Voices: 1991. A true story about growing up in South Africa. The Keys. McKeown, Sally. Spike Press: 1989. Small Ads Series. Very short reader about short keys. Kims Life. Eulenberg, Marcia. Jostens: 1990. Three stories about problems people encounter in everyday life. (2 copies) Lady in Pink. Bosley, Judith A. New Readers Press: 1983. Bonnie changes from a lonely person after she is widowed, but becomes the "Lady in Pink." (4 copies) Also: Study Guide. (15 copies) The Last Big Hit. Ruffell, Ann. Axis Education: Brinsford Books Crime: 2005. A simple story about an increasingly violent pickpocket who meets his match.

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Last Chance for Freedom. Stadelhofen, Marcie Mills. New Readers Press: 1983. Gregory, an escaped slave, joins John Browns raiders, but is offered a last chance after being captured. (3 copies) Also: Study Guide. (19 copies) Teachers Guide Life on Earth. Attenborough, David. Writers Voices: 1993. Excerpts from a novel based on a zoologists nature series. Life on the Street. Pfund, Tom. Jostens: 1990. Excerpts from the diary of a young man who wants to be a gang leader. (2 copies) The Light in the Forest. Richter, Conrad. Bantam: 1988. Classic story of a White boy raised by the Lenni Lenape tribe. Lights Out: Great Fights of the 20th Century. Cebulash, Mel. New Readers Press: 1993. Facts about boxing matches in this book for new readers. Lonesome Dove. McMurty, Larry. Writers Voices: 1992. Excerpts from a novel about three cowboys and the old American West. (2 copies) The Lost Angel. Clark, Mary Higgins. Writers Voices: 1990. A short, suspenseful story. Make Room for a Makeover. Chapman, Cindy. Scholastic: 2006. Tips and examples of how to create a dream bedroom with colorful pictures and enhanced vocabulary. Make Way for August. Moore, Mamie. New Writers Voices: 1991. A true short story by a graduate of an adult literacy program and his pet guinea pig. Mamas Decision. Bajema, Edith. CRC: 1992. Story of 84 year old Mrs. Abado and her struggles with new neighbors. The Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love. Hijuelos, Oscar. Writers Voices: 1989. Excerpts from a novel about Cuban musicians in the 1950s. (2 copies) Martin Luther King Day. Lowery, Linda. Scholastic: 1987. Short biography of Martin Luther King and the Civil Rights Movement. Medical Miracles: Fast Life in the ER and Amazing Medical Breakthroughs. Onion, Amanda and Lou Ann Walker. Globe Fearon: 2006. Two stories related to medicine that include large print, chapters, illustrations and highlighted vocabulary. Geared toward teens. Memories of Nana. Openshaw, Julie. Gatehouse CoolBooks: 2001. Very simple story of grandmother memories. Memories of Vietnam: War in First Person. A Level 3 reader consisting of personal experiences of people who were there. (6 copies)

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More Stories 1. New Readers Press: 1991. To accompany Laubach Skill Book 1. More Stories 4. New Readers Press: 1986. To accompany Laubach Skill Book 4. (2 copies) Most Embarrassing Moments: The Worst Day Ever and Embarrassed in Front of the World. Barnes, Joyce A. and Julia Campbell. Globe Fearon: 2006. Two stories about those embarrassing days that include large print, chapters, illustrations and highlighted vocabulary. Geared toward teens. My Turn at Bat: The Story of My Life. Williams, Ted with John Underwood. Writers Voices: 1992. An excerpt from Williams autobiography of his childhood and baseball career. The Mysterious Ms. Martin. Stewart, Jeanie. Rigby: 2004. Hao and Lan attempt to solve a real life mystery. Nature in the Extreme: Volcanic Eruptions and San Francisco Shaking! Calabro, Marian and Meish Goldish. Globe Fearon: 2006. Two stories about natural disasters in the world that include large print, chapters, illustrations and highlighted vocabulary. Geared toward teens. A New Life. Sorrels, Roy. New Readers Press: 1982. Scott and Donna have a dangerous and exciting adventure during a blizzard. (2 copies) Also: Study Guide. (13 copies) Teachers Guide. Night on ,,Gator Creek. Stewart, Winnie. New Readers Press: 1984. Based on a true story, this is a tale of a boys courage and a familys love. (4 copies) Also: Study Guide. (7 copies) Nobody Wants Annie. Altman, Linda Jacobs. New Readers Press: 1984. Annie thinks no one wants her, but finds out it is not always easy to be wanted. (3 copies) Also: Study Guide. (18 copies) Teachers Guide. Not by Myself: Volume 1. Literacy South, Durham, NC: 1992. Creative writing by adult literacy students. Also: Volume 7. Nolan Ryan: Strikeout King. Reiser, Howard. Childrens Press: 1993. An illustrated story about Ryans baseball pitching career. Old Friends. Pfund, Tom. Jostens: 1990. Bee finds a job and an/old new friend. (2 copies) On Strike! The Story of Cesar Chavez. Venable, Alan. Don Johnson, Inc.: 2000. The story of the organizing of a union for migrant workers.

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One More Time. Burnett, Carol. Writers Voices: 1989. An excerpt from the autobiography of Carol Burnett. Other Side of Yellow. Hull, Jessie Redding. New Readers Press: 1980. Late to a job, Brad tries to beat a yellow light, but hears the thud as a small body flies up in front of his windshield. (3 copies) Also: Study Guide. 17 copies) Teachers Guide. Out of Control: Alien Invaders and Epidemic! Caper, William and Lilly Golden. Globe Fearon: 2006. Two stories about invasive species and germs that include large print, chapters, illustrations and highlighted vocabulary. Geared toward teens. Out of the Rough. French, Dorothy Kayser. Greta faces playing alone, and tries to get "out of the rough" into which her high school golf teammates have put her. (3 copies) Also: Study Guide. (18 copies) Teachers Guide. (2 copies) Pat Kings Family. New Readers Press: 1982. To accompany Laubach Skill Book 2. (3 copies) Patrick Ewing: Center of Attention. Reiser, Howard. Childrens Press: 1994. An illustrated story about Ewings basketball career. Phillis Wheatley: Poet. Jackson, Garnet Nelson. Modern Curriculum Press: 1993. Short biography about Phillis Wheatley with pictures. Pilled Up. Axis Education: Brinsford Books Crime: 2005. A simple story about a mans involvement and eventual imprisonment for drug abuse. Places Around the World. Rice, Dona Herneck. Teacher Created Materials: 2002. Short reader about a few places in the world, complete with pictures and written at high 1st grade level. The Poet. Bambara, Toni Cade. Scholastic: 1985. The story of a high school student who has had trouble in her life and is required to write a poem enhanced with vocabulary and questions (level 2). Por Los Pelos. Holden, Frances. Gatehouse: 2001. Spanish English story about a wig mishap on Christmas Eve. A Pretty Thing. Pfund, Tom. Jostens: 1990. Pretty decides what is important in life. (2 copies) Prison Voices. Weinstein, Lee and Jaccoma, Richard, Eds.: 2005. The John Howard Society of Canada. Essays by prisoners with color photographs. Proclamation of Independence. 1999. A book of life stories told by women students in the Second Start Adult Literacy Program, Oakland, CA. Intermediate level.

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Quest for Life. 1999. A book of life stories told by women students in the Second Start Adult Literacy Program, Oakland, CA. Beginning Level. Rabbit Tricks. Posner, Tina. Scholastic: 2006. The story of animal friends who get back at trickster Rabbit with colorful pictures and enhanced vocabulary. Reading Changed My Life!: Three True Stories. Johnson, Beth. Townsend Library: 2003. The stories of three courageous women whose experiences learning to read and sharing that knowledge will touch and inspire. Rebellions Song. Stone, Melissa. Steck-Vaughn: 1989. A collection of short stories about real moments in American history with characters such as Paul Revere and Abigail Adams. Rigby on Our Way to English Collection, 5th Grade. Earth, Moon and Sun. Rigby: 2004. Different genres inform this science reader. (6 copies) Also: By the People. (6 copies) A Growing Nation. (6 copies) In the Deep. (5 copies) Now Hear This. (6 copies) Read to Freedom. (6 copies) Pulse of Life. (6 copies) Technology Matters! (6 copies) Language Learning Masters. Word Sort Card Masters. Word Study Masters. Word Strategy Cards. (40) Rigby on Our Way to English Collection, Grade 5. Technology Helps Me. Wachter, Joanne. Rigby: 2004. Very simple picture book designed for older students. (6 copies) Also: Around the Sun. (6) Going West. (6) In the Ocean. (6) Sounds All Around. (6) I Am Free. (6) Our Government. (6) Inside Our Bodies. (6) Rigby on Our Way to English Content Readers: Hows the Weather? Cusick, Pat. Rigby: 2004. Also: I.M. Pei: A Life in Architecture. Hirsch, Charles Flynn and Lisa Chesters. The Key. Simpson, Kathleen. To Trade or Not to Trade. Hirsch, Charles Flynn. Water All Around the Earth. Weil, Ann. Quiz Show. Leonhardt, Alice. Dreamers and Doers. Ramos, Darlene. Exploring the World. Garcia, Meg Cichen. My Science Project. Kajikawa, Lloyd. Rafael the Winner. Wachter, Joanne.

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Amelia Makes a Deal. González-Jensen, Margarita. Rigos Team. Nayer, Judy. Fun for Everyone. Chin, William. The Dreamer Behind the Dome: Judge Roy Hofheinz. Klobuchar, Lisa. Space Mail. West, Natalie. Dorothea Lange: Faces of the Great Depression. Pérez, Marlon. Doras Decision. Díaz, Katacha. Working for the Government. Crum, Mary Beth. Thats About Right: A Book About Estimating. Burke, Melissa Blackwell. Graciela Finds the Fair. Pérez, Marlene. Too Many Tickets. Zollman, Pam. The Roots of Rock and Roll. Ingram, Scott and Tod Olson. Scholastic: 2003. This Level 2 reader recalls how rock & roll was born as well as why it is here to stay. (6 copies) Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes. Coerr, Eleana. Yearling: 1977. The true story of Sadako Sasaki, a young Japanese girl who died from Leukemia caused by radiation from the bomb dropped on Hiroshima. Salford Power. Axis Education: Brinsford Books Crime: 2005. A story about a young man from Salford, England who was imprisoned repeatedly for theft and robbery. Adult language. Scholastic Biography: Helen Keller. Davidson, Margaret. Scholastic: 1969. The story of Helen Keller. Also: Scholastic Biography: Louis Braille. Davison, Margaret. Scholastic: 1971. Scholastic Series. (6 copies each) Level One: Battle for Honor. Elin Gonzales. Level Two: The Roots of Rock n Roll. See You in Court. Level Three: Civil Rights March. Memories of Vietnam. Scottie Pippen: Prince of the Court. Reiser, Howard. Childrens Press: 1993. An illustrated story about Pippens basketball career. Seedfolks. Fleischman, Paul. Harper Trophy: 1997. The transformation of a neighborhood by a garden is described. (10 copies) See You in Court. Williams, Marshall. Scholastic: 2003. A Level 2 reader to help the learner know his rights. (6 copies) Shaquille ONeal: Shaq Attack. Cox, Ted. Childrens Press: 1993. An illustrated story about ONeals basketball career. Shadow of a Doubt. Brown and Brown: 1995. A simple mystery story. Also: Shadow of a Doubt Exercises. Exercise book to accompany the text.

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The Smart Reader Series. Recorded Books: 1994. Each kit contains a story booklet, a teachers guide and an audiotape of the story. The Christmas Eve Caper. OConnor, Richard F. X. A detective story involving money stolen from a movie theater. Danger in the Canyon. Mullin, Penn. Steve was lucky that his buddy, Joe, had planned ahead when an accident happened during their hike. Earthquake! Vintilla-Friedman, Susan. The story of an earthquake as told by a survivor. Geronimo: A Warrior for Freedom. Mullin, Penn. An Apache, Geronimo fought for the rights of his people against the U. S. government. Legend of the Bermuda Triangle. What is the explanation for the disappearances at the Bermuda Triangle? Magic Johnson. Gottfried, Ted. Johnsons story of basketball and his fight against AIDS are told. Malcolm X. Gottfried, Ted. After a jail term due to drugs, gambling, etc., Malcolm X became a minister within the Black Muslim movement. Meeting Half Way. Fox, Sandra I. A Chinese mother and daughter work out their differences. Murder in Cabin A-13. Stine, Jean Marie. An observant deck steward solves the puzzle of who killed the groom. No Thanks, Not for Me. Fox, Sandra I. Victor, a 13-year old Mexican immigrant, tries to reject bad influences from his friends. Nowhere to Hide. Stine, Jean Marie. Wheelchair-bound Susie uses all her of observation to decide who is stalking her. Reverend Martin Luther King. Jr. Gottfried, Ted. The biography of the slain black civil rights leader. Spike Lee. Gottfried, Ted. The biography of a filmmaker who is helping audiences understand Black America and confront the issues of racism and violence. Smudge Meets Santa Clause ­ The Adventure of Smudge the Chimney Sweep. Gerhard, D. A. Roof Dancers Publishing: 2004. Christmas story.

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Sports on the Edge: Extreme Sports and Unusual Moments in Sports. Karr, Susan S. and Lisa Trumbauer. Globe Fearon: 2006. Two stories about sports that include large print, chapters, illustrations and highlighted vocabulary. Geared toward teens. Stormy Night Stories. New Readers Press: 1988. Ten titles and a teachers guide in a slipcase. The Crystal Set. A Dash of Murder. Line of Fire. Mini-Scam. Mr. Strang Picks Up the Pieces. New Orleans Getaway. The Problem of the Pink Post Office. The Stolen Romney. Toasted Onions. Who Can You Trust? Teachers Guide. Success Stories: Remarkable Kids and Right Under Your Nose. Bowler, Ann M. and Lilly Golden. Globe Fearon: 2006. Two stories about successful people that include large print, chapters, illustrations and highlighted vocabulary. Geared toward teens. Sunshine. Durr, William K., et al. Houghton Mifflin: 1981. Letter E of a hard-back set of simple stories from childrens magazines, including dialogs, pictures, and lesson extensions. (2 copies) Also: F: Moonbeams. (2 copies) G: Skylights. (2 copies) H: Towers. (2 copies)

Take Care of Millie. Hull, Jessie Redding. New Readers Press: 1980. Millie, recently widowed, wants the chance for a new life on her own, if her daughter will only let her. (2 copies) Also: Study Guide. (14 copies) Teachers Guide. Taken for a Ride. McKeoun. Spike Press: 1991. First steps in crime series. Very short reader about a young man who takes a car for a joyride. The Tale of Given. Pfund, Tom. Jostens: 1990. Given meets the Yaw Man, a wish-giver. (2 copies) Talking Things Over. Pfund, Tom. Jostens: 1990. Rons and Anns vacation plans differ. (2 copies) Team Player. Frommer, Sara. New Readers Press: 1991. Descriptive short story for new readers.

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Terrific Teams: Great Teams and Words for Sale. Spim, Michele and Suzanne Weyn. Globe Fearon: 2006. Two stories about teams of all sorts that include large print, chapters, illustrations and highlighted vocabulary. Geared toward teens. That Smile. Bromley, Pauline. Gatehouse CoolBooks: 2001. Very simple story of a woman who gave baby up for adoption. They Were My Friends. 1999. A book of life stories told by students in the Second Start Adult Literacy Program, Oakland, CA. Beginning Level. Those Who Dared: Adventure Stories from the Bible. McGraw, Barbara. Scott Foresman: 1982. An Adult Readers Library book. Threatened Kingdom: The Story of The Mountain Gorilla. Buffet, Howard G. Howard Buffet Foundation: 2005. Picture book describing the challenge on the endangered mountain Gorillas survival. Timeless Tales. Reiff, Tana, reteller. New Readers Press: 1993. A series of readers for new literates, each accompanied by an audio tape. Adventures. Legends. Myths. Tales of Wonder. Tall Tales. Urban Cowboys. Axis Education: Brinsford Books Crime: 2005. A simple story about a boy who is imprisoned for armed robbery. Weird Science: How Freaky Animals Got That Way. Burkett, Kathy. Scholastic: 2004. Descriptions of four strange creatures with enhanced vocabulary and questions (level 2). Woza Friday. Annecke, Wendy. New Readers Project: 1991. Very simple illustrated book of how a man feels every day of the week. You Call That a Job? Daley, Patrick. Scholastic: 2006. Humorous passages about unusual jobs with colorful pictures and enhanced vocabulary.

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Reading, Teaching of The Ability to Risk: Reading Skills for Beginning Students of ESL. Noone, Leslie J. Prentice Hall: 1986. Readings and exercises based on survival themes. Also: Teachers Manual All New Easy True Stories: A Picture-Based Beginning Reader. Heyer, Sandra. Longman: 2004. Real believe-it-or-not tales adapted from newspapers and magazines, which are sure to captivate students of English. (3 copies) American Lives: Reading and Language Activities 1. Forman, Gail F. New Readers Press: 2005. Accessible reading materials with exercises. Also: Book 2 Book 3 Teachers Guide. Newman, Christy M. New Readers Press: 2005. American Vistas: Acquiring Cultural Awareness and Reading Skills. Kitao, Kenji, et. Al. short readings with exercises divided by topic. Approaches to Academic Reading and Writing. Arraudet, Martin L. and Mary Ellen Barrett. Prentice-Hall: 1984. Designed as a guide to the mastery of written English in an academic setting for advanced English language learners. Also: Teachers Manual with Answer Key The "...and so the story goes..." Series: Book 2: Presidents...Pitchers...and Passers. Hurst, John A. Quality: 1987. A collection of stories that deal with little-known facts about well-known people, places, or things. Also: Book 3: Mysteries, Nicknames, and Medals. Book 4: More Inventions and Discoveries. How to Use the Literacy Tutors Library with The "...and so the story goes...Series. (2 copies) Basic Reading Comprehension: Master the Basics One Step at a Time: Level F: Students Edition. Brooks, Bearl and Marie-Jose Shaw, eds. ESP Publishing, 1992. Each short article is followed by comprehension questions as well as phonetic reviews. Beyond Basics 10: A Developmental Reading Program. Jamestown Publishers: 1987. Reading program focused on comprehension, reference, textbook, and literacy skills. Also: Beyond Basics 12: A Developmental Reading Program. Breaking Through: College Reading, 7th Ed. Smith, Brenda D. Pearson Longman: 2005. Academic reading text with readings and exercises based on reading strategies. Also: Test Bank to Accompany Smith Breaking Through College Reading, 6th Ed. Arthur, Linda L. Longman: 2002. Celebrate With Us: A Beginning ESL Reader of Holidays and Festivals. Kennedy, James H. Contemporary: 1995. Readings and exercises that focus on U.S. holidays and culture.

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Comprehension Skills: Facts: Level B. Beech, Linda Ward, et al. Steck-Vaughn: 1992. A series of small books teaching comprehension skills. Also: Sequence. Context. Conclusion. Inference. Contemporarys Reading Basics: Introduction. McGraw-Hill: 2001. Lessons to build reading comprehension skills with practice work; concentrates on vocabulary, recalling information, using graphic information and meaning. Critical Reading Series: Book A: The Basics of Critical Reading. Thistlewaite, Linda. Central Illinois Adult Education Service Center: 2001. Strategies for critical reading. Developing Reading Skills: A Practical Guide to Reading Comprehension Exercises. Grellet, Francoise. Cambridge University Press: 1981. Discovering Fiction: An Introduction. Kay, Judith & Rosemary Gelshenen. Cambridge University Press: 2008. Stories for the pre-intermediate student including lessons built around the stories with work on reading skills, vocabulary development, grammar and writing. Easy Reader: Book 1: Vocabulary in Context for Second Language Learners. Zukowski/Faust, Jean. Etc. Press: 1980. Designed to reinforce simple sentence structures while introducing new ideas and vocabulary in low readability selections. Easy Stories Plus: Readings and Activities for Language Skills. Gianola, Ann. New Readers Press: 2001. Low-beginning-level adult ESOL learners will enjoy these stories of the typical ups and downs of everyday life. (2 copies) Also: Teachers Guide. Audio Tape. More Easy Stories Plus. (2) Stories Plus: Reading and Activities for Language Skills. More Stories Plus. (2) English Elements: Book 1. Liebman, Arthur. Educators: 1996. Includes critical reading, vocabulary study, verbal reasoning, grammar for writing and speaking and usage guide. Enhancing Reading Comprehension in the Language Learning Classroom. Feuerstein, Tamar and Miriam Schcolnick. Alta Book Center: 1995. A source of reading comprehension skills and strategies needed by language learners. (2 copies) Everyday Heroes. Johnson, Beth. Townsend Press: 1996. Stories about people who have overcome difficulties followed by activities on the readings. Expectations: Language and Reading Skills for Students of ESL. Pakenham, Kenneth J. Prentice-Hall: 1986. A text book to equip the adult ESOL student with some of the linguistic knowledge and reading skills needed for the comprehension of texts of a general academic nature.

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Groundwork for College Reading: Instructors Edition. Broderick, Bill. Townsend: 2000. Designed to develop effective reading and clear thinking. (2 copies) Helping the Wordblind: Effective Intervention Techniques for Overcoming Reading Problems in Older Students. Wagner, Rudolph. The Center for Applied Research in Education: 1976. Exercises and techniques to help the older student who has difficulty reading. Heroes: 21 True stories of Courage and Honor ­ With Exercises for Developing Critical Reading Skills. Billings, Henry and Melissa Billings. Jamestown Publishers: 1985. Hooked on Phonics: Reading Power. Parker, Don H. Gateway Educational Products: 1992. Multi-level series with 100 stories to help learners to read better, faster and with greater comprehension. (2 copies) How to Teach Reading to Adults: for Teachers and Tutors. Fry, Edward. Contemporary: 2000. Resource for use in assessing and teaching phonics, vocabulary, and comprehension within all four language skills. Impact! Adult Literacy and Language Skills. Motta, Janice C. and Kathryn L. Riley. Addison-Wesley: 1982. Adult beginning level book that focuses on survival topics, grammatical structures, all language skills and utilizes a sight word approach. Impact: Adult Reading Skills Development: Book 2. Motta, Janice and Kathryn Riley. Addison-Wesley: 1983. Readings with exercises. (2 copies) Also: Teachers Guide: Book 2. Book 3. Teachers Guide: Book 3. Adult Reading and Language Skills, Teachers Guide. Improving Reading Comprehension Skills. Langan, John, et al. Townsend Press: 1992. This book focuses on reading skills and tests that gradually increase in difficulty. Integrated Language Arts I: The Spalding Method. Spalding Education International: 2003. Authorized course materials for teaching reading, writing and spelling via the Spalding Method. Interactive Approaches to Second Language Reading. Carrell, Patricia L., editor et al. Cambridge University Press: 1988. Theory, research and classroom applications in second language reading from an interactive perspective. In the Know: The Informational Reading Series: 1. ODonnell, Michael P. and Margo Wood. New Readers Press: 1987. A series of short, informational articles followed by exercises. (2 copies) Also: In the Know: The Informational Reading Series: 2. In the Know: The Informational Reading Series: 3. In the Know: The Informational Reading Series: 4. (2 copies) Teachers Guide. (2 copies)

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Insights for Today: A High Beginning Reading Skills Text. Smith, Lorraine C. and Nancy Nici Mare. Heinle & Heinle: 1999. Intended for high-beginning ESL/EFL students, this book provides essential practice in reading skills they will need in an academic environment. Also: Insights for Today: Instructors Manual with Quizzes. Introducing the Elementary English Language Arts. Killoran, James, et al. Jarrett: 2001. The basics of how to teach reading and writing with many exercises for practice. The Language Arts Teachers Ultimate Sourcebook: How-to Book of Materials and Activities, Resource Lists, and Sample Materials for Language Arts Skills Development. Walentas, Nancy. Reading Manipulatives: 1999. Many of the manipulatives in the LVCC collection are described in this book. Other materials for teaching reading comprehension, literature-based reading, as well as writing and spelling are included. Literacy Resource Series: Book A: Beginning Reading. Thistlethwaite, Linda L. Central Illinois Adult Education Service Center: 2000. Literature for English: Beginning. Goodman, Burton. McGraw-Hill: 2003. A literaturebased program designed to help readers improve their basic English skills. Making Reading Relevant: The Art of Connecting. Quick, Teri, et al. Pearson: 2007. Tips for academic reading with focus on reading strategies, textbook strategies, figurative language and more. McCall-Crabbs Standard Test Lessons in Reading: Book A. McCall, William A. and Lelah Crabbs Schroeder. Teachers College Press: 1979. A series of test lessons, which can be used to supplement other activities, and as a monitor of reading progress. (2 copies) Also: Book B. (2 copies) Book C. (3 copies) Book D. (3 copies) Book E. (5copies) Book F. (2 copies) Teachers Manual. (3 copies) The Comprehension Connection: Users Guide for McCall-Crabbs Standard Test Lessons in Reading with Passage Analyses and Answer Keys. Spalding Education Foundation: 1999. For use with Books B-E. Meet the U.S.: People and Places in the United States. Kagan, Leslie and Kay Westerfield. Prentice Hall Regents: 1984. An exercise book to increase vocabulary and reading skills and learn about the culture and geography of the United States. Megawords. Johnson, Kristin and Polly Bayrd. Educators Pub.: 1993. Multisyllabic words for reading, spelling and vocabulary. Also: Teachers Guide and Answer Key. Modern Short Stories in English. Dickson, Robert J. Regents: 1984. Fifteen short stories that would appeal to the student studying English because they deal with present-day life in the U.S. Coordinated exercises follow each story.

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Montessori Alphabet. Donated 1/08. Tactile wooden letters for use in teaching sounds, letters, vocabulary and reading. Mosaic of Thought: Teaching Comprehension in a Readers Workshop. Keene, Ellin Oliver and Susan Zimmerman. Heinemann: 1997. Discussion of how students become proficient readers. 1000 Instant Words: The Most Common Words for Teaching Reading, Writing and Spelling. Fry, Edward. Teacher Created Materials: 2000. Fry 1000 word list grouped by frequency of occurrence. Out of the Ordinary: Refining Academic Reading Skills. Zukowski/Faust, Jean. Heinle and Heinle: 2002. Outlooks in Reading: Level K. 1989. Beginning reading workbook focused on alphabet and color vocabulary, basic consonant sounds, prepositions and basic sequencing, classification, inference and comparison. Based on pictures and designed for young children. Also: Level 2. This level focuses on furthering vocabulary, structural analysis, comprehension and phonics. Panorama 1: Building Perspective through Reading. Flynn, Kathleen et al. Oxford University: 2006. Readings with before, during and after exercises with an emphasis on reading strategies. Also: Panorama 2. Personal Stories: A Book for Adults Who Are Beginning to Read Books: Book 1. Koch, Kamla Devi, et al. Linmore: 1985. Basic thematic readings with written exercises. Also: Book 2. (2 copies) Book 3. (2 copies) Reading Competence. Royce, Sherry and Irene Reiter. Cambridge: 1977. Thematic readings with exercise based on skills for reading such as vocabulary development, dictionary skills, context clues, sentence structure and more. Also: Reading Improvement. Burke, Barbara and Irene Reiter, Cambridge: 1977. (2 copies) Reading Performance. Cooper, Lucinda P. and Irene Reiter, Cambridge: 1977. (2 copies) Reading Achievement. Reiter, Irene M. Cambridge: 1977. Reader Development Bibliography: Books Recommended for Adult New Readers. Free Public Library of Philadelphia: 1990. Books on a variety of levels and subjects of interest to the adult new reader. Readers Choice. Baudin, Margaret, et al. University of Michigan Press: 1988. A text with problem-solving tasks to enhance reading.

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Reading and Writing Basic English: Student Workbook. Treadgold, S. E. New Leaf: 2001. A pre-beginning course to give ESOL students the skills they need to be successful in a beginning class. Also: Teachers Manual. Reading Basics: Introductory. McGraw-Hill/Contemporary: 2001. Short, interesting stories, followed by comprehension questions. Also: Introductory Reader. Intermediate 1. Intermediate 1 Reader. Reading Comprehension: Grade 8. Instructional Fair: 1996. High-interest selections designed to improve students reading skills, even the reluctant reader. Comprehension and extension exercises follow each story. Reading for Today: Book 2. Steck-Vaughn: 2001. This book contains readings and activities to practice reading, writing and vocabulary skills. Reading in English for Students of English as a Second Language: 2nd Edition. Danielson, Dorothy, et al. Prentice-Hall: 1980. Essays and short stories for advanced readers followed by exercises. Reading Guest: Level 1-E. 1988. Basic reading skills focused on recognizing and writing vocabulary words and comprehension through main idea and inference. Also: Level 2-A Skills focusing on consonant blends and digraphs and vowel digraphs and diphthongs. Level 2-B. Skills focusing on variant consonant sounds, context clues and inference. Reading Matters 1: An Interactive Approach to Reading. Wholey, Mary Lee. Houghton Mifflin: 2000. A 4-volume series which combines reading with well-defined tasks that develop both fluency and accuracy at each reading level, low-intermediate through advanced. Also: Reading Matters 2. Reading Matters 3. Reading Reflex: the Foolproof Phono-Graphix Method for Teaching Your Child to Read. McGuinness, Carmen and Geoffrey. Simon & Schuster: 1998. A 100 percent success rate for teaching anyone to read is guaranteed using these materials. (10 copies) Also: Reading Reflex Packet containing Assessment and Exercises. (8 packets) Supplemental Stories for Reading Reflex. Swanson, Bud. High interest stories using the sounds in Reading Reflex. Reading Skills for Adults: Blue Book. Swinburne, Laurence and John F. Warner. SteckVaughn: 1992. Following each selection in this set of 4 books, there are exercises testing a variety of reading skills. Also: Red Book. Green Book. Brown Book.

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Read On! II: Workbook 1. Lee, Artis. LVA: 1987. A reading exercise workbook. Also: Book 5. Short stories with reading exercises. Ready to Read. Brancard, Ruth and Jeanne Hind. Oxford: 1989. Designed for highbeginning students of ESOL, this book will help students gain confidence in their reading ability. Rewards: Reading Excellence: Word Attack and Rate Development Strategies: Multisyllabic Word Reading Strategies. Archer, Anita L, et al. Sopris West: 2006. Strategy instruction for longest words. Also: Teachers Guide. Spalding 1: Learning to Read and Write. Spalding Education Foundation: 1998. Authorized course materials for teaching reading, writing, spelling and comprehension via the Spalding Method. Also: Spalding 2: Reading and Writing to Learn. Sixteen Extraordinary Hispanic Americans. Lobb, Nancy. J. Weston Walch: 1995. Backgrounds and stories of 16 successful Hispanic Americans. Skillful Reading: A Text and Workbook for Students of English as a Second Language. Sonka, Amy L. Prentice-Hall: 1981. Steps and Plateaus: The Basics of Academic Reading. Zukowski/Faust, Jean. Heinle and Heinle: 2002. Steps to Academic Reading: Steps and Plateaus. Zukowski-Faust, Jean. Thomson Heinle: 2001. As number 1 of a 5-volume set, this book moves the learner toward the ability to read academic material. Also: No. 2 Out of the Ordinary. No. 3 Across the Board. No. 4 In Context. No. 5 Between the Lines. Strategic Reading I: Building Effective Reading Skills, Students Book. Richareds, Jack C. and Samuela Eckstut-Didier. Cambridge UP: 2003. Helps students process and internalize new vocabulary. (2 copies) Strategic Reading 2: Building Effective Reading Skills. Richards, Jack C. and Samuela Eckstut-Didier. Cambridge UP: 2003. Thematic units for intermediate students focused on authentic reading vocabulary and critical thinking skills. Stories for the Heart: A Reading and Writing Book for Adults. Magy, Ronna. Linmore: 1991. Intermediate reading and writing book that utilizes authentic student stories based on life experiences. (2 copies) Taking Aim: Reading Level 1-A. 1988. Basic reading workbook with pictures identification and writing activities and skills focusing on simple consonants, short and long vowels, word families, rhyming words and sight words. Also: Reading Level 1-B. Skills focusing on reading comprehension skills such as

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main idea and details, sequencing, drawing conclusions, making inferences and following directions. Reading Level 2-A. Skills focusing on consonant blends and digraphs, and vowel digraphs and diphthongs. Reading Level 2-B. Reading comprehension skills focusing on main idea and details, sequences, drawing conclusions, following directions, and compound and root words as well as plural forms possessive forms and contractions. Talk of the Block: Family: Long-Vowel Stories and Activities. Haffner, Ann. New Readers Press: 2005. Two sets of four books each focus on vowels, long or short, as well as digraphs and blends in a variety of narratives, dialogues and anecdotes. Also: Family: Short-Vowel Stories and Activities. Health: Long-Vowel Stories and Activities. Health: Short-Vowel Stories and Activities. Home: Long-Vowel Stories and Activities. Home: Short-Vowel Stories and Activities. Shopping: Long-Vowel Stories and Activities. Shopping: Short-vowel Stories and Activities. Teachers Guide. (2 copies) Teen Stories. Koch, Mrowicki and Ruttenberg. Linmore Pub.: 1990. Personal stories intended for beginning readers. Test Bank to Accompany Alexander/Lombardi Joining a Community of Readers: A Thematic Approach to Reading. Koonin, Charlene. Longman: 2002. Tests based on reading strategies for the book. True Stories in the News. Heyer, Sandra. Longman: 1987. Short stories with follow-up exercises. Vocabulary and Composition through Pleasurable Reading. Levine, Harold, et al. Amsco School: 1992. Learning about writing, vocabulary and critical thinking through literature. Worldbeat: Current Readings for ESL Students. Blass, Laurie and Meredith Pike-Baky. McGraw-Hill, Inc.: 1991. Exercises and readings for ESOL students. The Writing Road to Reading. Spalding, Ranalda B. and Walter t. Spalding. Quill William Morrow: 1990. The book behind the Spalding Method, which focuses on teaching integrated language skills through a heavy emphasis on phonics. (2 copies) Also: Spalding Education International: 2000. You Can Teach Someone to Read: A How-to Book for Friends, Parents, and Teachers. GloBooks: 2000.

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Reference Birds: A Guide to the Most Familiar American Birds. Zim, Herbert S. and Ira N. Gabrielson. Golden Press: 1956. StarDate: Guide to the Solar System. University of Texas at Austin McDonald Observatory. Information about each of the planets.

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Spelling Better Spelling in 30 Minutes a Day. Crosby, Harry H. and Robert W. Emery. Career Press: 1994. This easy-to-use workbook not only teaches how to avoid misspellings but sharpens recognition of spelling errors. Contemporarys Word Power: Spelling and Vocabulary in Context: Introductory. Contemporary Books: 1997. Spelling and vocabulary are taught together, mirroring the way adults use words in everyday life. (2 copies) Gateways to Correct Spelling. Ayer, Fred C. Steck-Vaughn: 1991. Designed for upper school age students and adults, geared to their spelling/writing needs. Patterns in Spelling: Book 1: Patterns with Short Vowels. Brown, Tim and Deborah F. Knight. New Readers Press: 1990. A systematic method of learning to spell by stressing the patterns that are found regularly in English words. Also: Teachers Edition: Book 1. Book 2: Patterns with Long Vowels. Teachers Edition: Book 2. Book 3: Patterns with Consonant Blends and Digraphs. Book 4: Patterns with Other Vowel Sounds and Spelling. Teachers Edition: Book 4. Diagnostic/Placement Test. (2 copies) Teachers Edition: Diagnostic/Placement Text. (2 copies) Spalding: Spelling Assessment Manual. Spalding Education International: 2003. Aligned to Spaldings The Writing Road to Reading. Spellbound: Phonic Reading and Spelling. Rak, Elsie T. Educators: 1995. A basic speller designed for mature students and adults reading at very low levels. Also: Teachers Manual. Spelling Rules as Tools: Grades 4, 5, 6. McDonald, Glen. McDonald Publishing: 1993. Reproducible sheets of spelling rules with activities and exercises. Spelling Signals: Sharpening Up Your Spelling Skills: Level B. Spelling workbook that introduces new, basic vocabulary based on certain sounds, with a focus on vowels. Activities include: copying, identifying, shaping, rhyming, and finding the words in sentences. Spell It Myself: Spelling Resource Book. Outside the Box: 1995. Sections include an alphabetical word list, words by level, weekly word list and pages where words may be listed by theme. Structures in Spelling: Words with Prefixes, Roots and Suffixes. Brown, Tim and Deborah F. Knight. New Readers Press: 1992. A systematic method of learning to spell English words with more than one syllable. Also: Teachers Edition.

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Student Compositions Anthologia/Anthology. Baez, Abi Izquierdo, et al. To Read is to Live: 2002. A collection of writings produced by an Even Start Family Literacy program in Las Cruces, NM. My New World: As Seen by Oklahoma New Readers, A Collaborative Project with the Oklahoma Department of Libraries and the Oklahoma Literacy Resource Center. Oklahoma Literacy Resource Center: 1994. Compilation of student and tutor stories about their experiences. Ninas Story 1: Why My Heart Aches: Haunting Memories. Yates, Nina. Peppercorn American Lives: 2002. The first of 4 books of Nina, a Korean immigrant to America. Ninas Story 2: Growing Up Dreaming and Never the Same. Yates, Nina. Peppercorn American Lives: 2002. The second of 4 books of Nina, a Korean immigrant to America. Ninas Story 3: Coming to Live in America: The Hardest Adjustment I Ever Made. Yates, Nina. Peppercorn American Lives: 2002. The third of 4 books of Nina, a Korean immigrant to America. Ninas Story 4: Eclipses of My Life. Yates, Nina. Peppercorn American Lives: 2002. The last of 4 books of Nina, a Korean immigrant to America. Oakland Readers. New Readers Press: 1992-1996. In four series, three levels per series, these books were written by literacy students in Oakland, CA. Level One: My Daddy Showed Me How to Dance. When I Travel, I Like to Fly. (2 copies) Wore My New Clothes. You Got to Get on One of Them Trains. Level Two: I Have No Earthly Fears. (2 copies) Streets Full of People. Them Words in My Head. Twelfth Grade Common Sense. Level Three: I Didnt Have the Bookwork. The South Was Pretty Cold. Your People Will Always Be Your People. (2 copies) Youre Looking at Royalty Here. Level Four: Deep Feeling Feedback. Education Is the Way Out. I Want to Learn. All People Should Fellowship. then I shall be my own star... Writings by GED students of Pima County Adult Education: 1998. To Open Your Mind: A Collection of Writings by Adult Learners in Minnesota. Minnesota Literacy Council: 1996. Over 40 compositions by ESOL adults.

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Tutor Resources America 24/7. Smolan, Rick and David Eliot Cohen. DK Publishing: 2003. Photographs of Americans all over the country over the course of a week. (2 copies) Barefoot Heart: Stories of a Migrant Child. Hart, Elva Trevino. Bilingual Press: 1999. Autobiography of a Mexican American child growing up in a family of migrant farm workers. (2 copies) Basic Literacy Tutor Survival Kit: Interactive Small Group and One-to-One Tutoring. Renner, Evelyn. E. Renner: 1994. Activities for interaction and fun while acquiring reading and writing skills. (7copies) The Big Book of TV Guide Word Round Ups. Hoyit, David L. TV Guide Magazine Group: 2004. Hundreds of TV-themed word finds for those TV lovers. Cultural and Language Information on Southeast Asia. Folder containing materials on Southeast Asia: General Works on Southeast Asia (bibliography). Printed materials. Hmong Education and Literacy in Laos. Printed materials. The Hmong: Social Behaviors and Cultural Characteristics. Yang, Vue and Tou Doua Yang. Information on Hmong social structures, family structure, dating and marriage. Printed materials. Modern English: Book One for Vietnamese Learners. Zieleks Pub. Phau Xyaum Nyeem Ntawv Hmoob: Hmong Primer. Pragmatics Int.: 1981. Selected SoutheastAsian Folk Tales: Annotated for Teachers. Printed materials. Southeast Asian Social and Cultural Customs: Parts 1 & 2. Printed materials. Vietnamese Bilingual Education Program. Newsletter, June, 1981. Christian Science Monitor: Pullout section, entitled: Southeast Asian Refugees in California, a Horatio Alger Story with a Twist," January 28, 1982. Classnotes, "Hmong." 1982. Cultural Encounters: What to Do and Say in Social Situations in English. Ford, Carol, et al. Pergamon Press: 1983. Material about the manner and conduct in English-speaking places. Culturgrams: The Nations Around Us, Vol.1: The Americas and Europe. Brigham Young University: 1999. A cultural encyclopedia of a variety of countries around the world. Also: Culturgrams: The Nations Around Us: Vol. 2: Africa, Asia and Oceania. Curriculum Development in Language Teaching. Richards, Jack. Cambridge University Press: 2001. Uses processes such as determining learners needs, planning learning outcomes, preparing teaching materials and organizing materials to develop or renew a language program. Dangerous English 2000! An Indispensable Guide for Language Learners and Others. Claire, Elizabeth. Delta: 1998. A guide to 6 different levels of language: formal, informal, slang, vulgar, childrens words and euphemisms, as well as a guide to dangerous pronunciation tips, double meanings, and body language and gestures.

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Discovering Words: The Stories Behind English. Fargo, Jean. Literacy Volunteers of New York City: 1992. A brief history of English. Emotivational Study Skills. Spiesman, Janice Tessier and Steven Spiesman. Pro-ed: 2004. Student-tested strategies for personalized study-skills development. English as a Second Language Tutor Survival Kit. Renner, Evelyn. E. Renner: 1994. Activities for interaction and fun while acquiring ESOL. (2 copies) English for a Changing World: Cue Book 1. Scott Foresman: 1984. A wordless picture pamphlet of discussion starters for the adult ESOL learner. Familiar Quotations. Bartlett, John, ed. Little, Brown & Co: 1942. Famous quotes categorized by authors. From Reader to Reading Teacher. Aebersold, JoAnn and Mary Lee Field. Cambridge University Press: 1997. Comprehensive introduction to the teaching of second language reading. Help Yourself: How to Take Advantage of Your Learning Styles. Sonbuchner, Gail Murphy. New Readers Press: 1991. A handy reference for students who want to take advantage of their learning strengths, as well as for teachers and tutors who want to better understand learning styles and their practical application. (5 copies) Idea Folder. A variety of printed materials of use to the tutor including music, culture, "plain English," etc. I Love Holidays!: American Celebrations. Ladner, Thane, et al. ESL Resources: 2001. High beginner ESOL and literacy students of all ages will enjoy reading about and doing exercises concerning 19 American holidays. An Introduction to Sociolinguistics. Holmes, Janet. Longman Group: 1992. Book on the study of the relationship between language and society. I Speak English: A Guide to Teaching English to Speakers of Other LanguagesListening, Speaking, Reading, Writing. Colvin, Ruth Johnson. LVA: 1997. (3 copies) It Works Both Ways: Teaching Reading and Writing to Adults. ACCESS Alberta and Alberta Advanced Education. Printed materials for use teaching adult literacy learners, gleaned from other sources. Language Testing in Practice. Bachman, Lyle and Adrian Palmer. Oxford University Press: 1996. Practice and help for designing and developing useful language tests including conceptual bases of test development, language test development and illustrative test development projects. Lateral Thinking Puzzles. Harchman, Edward J. et al. Sterling Publishing: 2003. A collection of tricky problem solving puzzles with clues to help.

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Later Language Development: Ages Nine through Nineteen. Nippold, Marilyn. Pro-Ed: 1988. A study of normal language development for the professional working with older children and adolescents. The Laubach Way to English: Tutor Handbook Workshop. New Readers Press: 1989. A wide variety of tutoring techniques are included. (3 copies) Learner-Based Teaching. Campbell, Colin. Oxford University Press: 1992. Gives the classroom teacher a guide to the practice of key aspects of language teaching, and considers some of the underlying concepts. Learning New Languages: A Guide to Second Language Acquisition. Scovel, Tom. Heinle & Heinle: 2001. By using P.L.A.C.E. as an acronym, standing for People, Language, Attention, Cognition, and Emotion, this book offers an accessible way to examine both the practical and theoretical sides of each issue. Literacy for Empowerment: A Resource Handbook for Community Based Educators. Association for Community Based Education: 1988. Resource book with activities and readings based on the problem-posing method. Lit Start: Strategies for Adult Literacy and ESL Tutors Teaching Adult ESL. Parrish, Betsy. McGraw-Hill: 2004. Overview of ESL teaching for adults. Lit Start: Literacy Strategies for Adult Reading Tutors. Robson, Ed, et al. Michigan Literacy: 1999. A text to be used to train volunteer tutors as well as a book that tutors and students could use together in their learning sessions. (3 copies) Logic Puzzles. Fernandez, J.J. Mendoza et al. Sterling Publishing: 2003. A collection of problem solving and deductive reasoning puzzles that include clues, false statements, hypotheses, and diagrams. Look What Weve Brought You from Mexico: Crafts, Games, Recipes, Stories, and Other Cultural Activities from Mexican Americans. Shalant, Phyllis. Simon & Schuster: 1998. Measurement and Assessment in Teaching, 8th Ed. Linn, Robert and Norman Gronlund. Prentice-Hall: 2000. Introduction to educational measurement and assessment with examples to illustrate important concepts. Models of Teaching, 6th Ed. Joyce, Bruce, et al. Allyn and Bacon: 2000. Discusses research on the use of various models of teaching and the positive changes in student achievement . Navajo Cultural Orientation: Flagstaff Public Schools/Navajo Community College. Printed material: 1992. A New Start: A Functional Course in Basic Spoken English and Survival Literacy. Mrowicki, Linda and Peter Furnborough. Heineman: 1982. This course is intended for use with adult immigrant and refugee learners whether literate or not.

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Pace Yourself: A Handbook for ESL Tutors. Dalle, Teresa S. and Laurel J. Young. TESOL: 2003. Easy to read resource book designed for ESL tutors with preparation, assessment, instruction and evaluation techniques. Pocket Guide to Vietnam. Armed Forces Information and Education, Dept. of Defense: 1962. A guidebook written for servicemen bound for Vietnam. Poverty: A Framework for Understanding and Working with Students and Adults from Poverty. Payne, Ruby. RFT Publishing: 1995. Explanations and solutions for students from poverty. Principles of Language Learning and Teaching, 4th Ed. Brown, Douglas. Pearson Education: 2000. Introduces key concepts and simplifies them for students through definitions of terms, thought-provoking questions and journal writing guidelines. Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. American Psychological Association: 1983. Explanation of the APA style of writing. Reflective Teaching in Second Language Classrooms. Richards, Jack C. and Charles Lockhart. Cambridge University Press: 1996. Reflective teaching goes hand-in-hand with critical self-examination and reflection as a basis for decision making, planning and action. Settlers in America. Lowrie, Barbara Woller and Wendy Stein. New Readers Press: 1977. This book is about the millions of settlers and their descendants who built America. Teachers as Course Developers. Graves, Kathleen. Cambridge University Press: 1996. This book is designed to help teachers understand how to develop courses or modify existing ones based on their own experiences. Teaching Adults: A Literacy Resource Book. New Readers Press: 2003. Developed by ProLiteracy America, this is a resource for the new or experienced adult literacy tutor, including background information about adult learners and literacy and specific activities that can be used with learners. Includes appendices. (3 copies) Teaching Adults: A Literacy Resource Book. Laubach Literacy Action. New Readers Press: 1994. Great resource for tutors that includes information about adult learners and literacy, 69 specific activities and reference appendixes. Teaching Adults: An ESL Resource Book. ProLiteracy America. New Readers Press: 1996. Resource book full of activities for ESL learners as well as information on principles of teaching, cultural aspects and more. Teaching in Action. Richards, Jack, et al. TESOL: 1998. A collection of short case studies that describe how teachers respond to problems they encounter in their teaching. Teaching American Indian Students. Reyhner, Jon, et al. University of Oklahoma Press: 1992. Multidisciplinary book that helps students improve their academic performance

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through educational approaches that do not force students to choose between the culture of their home and the culture of their school. Teaching the Native American, 3rd Ed. Gilliland, Hap. Kendall Hunt: 1995. Practical information and suggestions for educators working with Native American students including specific areas of American Indian culture that affect the education of the students. Teaching Pronunciation: A Reference for Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages. Cole-Murcia, Marianne, et. al. Cambridge University Press: 1996. This book offers current and prospective teachers of English a comprehensive treatment of pronunciation pedagogy, drawing on both current theory and practice. Testing for Language Teachers. Hughes, Arthur. Cambridge University Press: 1989. The principles and practice of testing are presented in a logical, accessible way and guidance is given for the reader to devise their own tests. 365 Activities for Fitness, Food, and Fun for the Whole Family: Super Sports, Great Games, Exciting Experiments and Nutrition Nuggets. Sweet, Julia E. Contemporary: 2001. Games and activities to help children enjoy simple pleasures. Tutor: A Collaborative Approach to Literacy Instruction. Blankenship, Judy, et al. LVA: 1993. Step-by-step instructions for tutoring basic literacy on a one-to-one basis or in a small group setting. Tutor Resource Sheets for Basic Reading and Conversational English Learners. MacDonald, Barbara Jean. LVA: 1987. Resource sheets for tutors. Tutor: Techniques Used in the Teaching of Reading: 6th Ed. Colvin, Ruth J. and Jane H. Root. LVA: 1987. (2 copies) Where to Start: Reading Level Assessment. Michigan Literacy: 1999. The reading test as shown in LITSTART. Zero Prep for Beginners: Reader-to-Go Activities for the Language Classroom. Pollard, Leslie, et al. Alta Book Center: 2001. Because beginners need more input, more frequent changes in activity and more carefully planned recycling than advanced students, many instant activities are provided in this book.

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Vocabulary, Teaching of Basic Vocabulary in Use. McCarthy Michael and Felicity ODell. Cambridge University Press: 2002. Teaches words and phrases such as those used for work, travel, weather, feelings, greetings, animals and food and drink. Also: Audio CD. Building Competency in Two/ Three Word Verbs. Degnan, Coleen. Prentice-Hall, Inc.: 1986. A workbook for intermediate ESOL students, increasing verb usage. Building Vocabulary Skills. Mist, Sherrie L. Townsend: 2002. Providing a solid, workable answer to an inadequate vocabulary. Also: Instructors Edition. Includes vocabulary placement test. Building Vocabulary Skills. Goodman, Derald and Carole Mohr. Townsend Press: 1994. Vocabulary study in context. (2 copies) Also: Instructors Edition. Can You Believe It? Stories and Idioms form Real Life. Book 1. Huizenga, Jann. Oxford: 2000. Authentic Integrated Skills approach to reading through high-frequency idioms, phrasal verbs and fixed expressions. Also: Book 2. Book 3. Categories: 122 Thematic Vocabulary Lessons. Gregorich, Barbara. Walch: 1992. Students expand their vocabulary, learn how to find information in a dictionary and broaden their store of general knowledge through category study. Catching On to American Idioms. Ellin-Elmakiss, Esther. University of Michigan Press: 1984. Fifteen lessons, each with 12 idioms and their definitions, also include oral and written exercises. (2 copies) Contact U.S.A.: An ESL Reading and Vocabulary Textbook. Abraham, Paul and Daphne Mackey. Prentice-Hall 1982. This book is designed to develop academic reading skills and vocabulary through learning about the changes in values and lifestyles in the United States. English from the Roots Up: Help for Reading, Writing, Spelling, and S.A.T. Scores. Lundquist, Joégil. Literacy Unlimited: 1989. Greek and Latin root words give a firm foundation in English vocabulary. 504 Absolutely Essential Words, 2nd Ed. Bromberg, Murray, et al. Barrons: 1984. Vocabulary lessons with a variety of exercises. Focus on Vocabulary: Mastering the Academic Word List. Schmitt, Diane and Norbert. Pearson Education: 2005. Book based on the Academic Word List (most frequently used words in academic texts) and designed for more advanced students. Based on a variety of subject areas.

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Groundwork for a Better Vocabulary. Smith, R. Kent, et al. Townsend Press: 1998. An effective program of regular word study. Also: Instructors Edition. (2 copies) Includes vocabulary placement test. Groundwork for a Better Vocabulary: Instructors Edition. R. Kent Smith and Carole Mohr. Townsend Press: 1991. Vocabulary study in context. The Idiom Wheel. ManLea Enterprises: 1998. The 88 idioms on the wheel are most often used in relation to work, anger, conversation, sports, family, education, sickness and success. Improving Vocabulary Skills. Sherrie L. Nist and Carole Mohr. Townsend Press: 1990. Vocabulary study in context. (2 copies) Also: Instructors Edition. The Ins and Outs of Prepositions: A Guidebook for ESL Students and All Others Seeking Help in Correct Use of Prepositions. Yates, Jean. Townsend: 1999. Introductory Word Book: Developing a Beginning Writing Word List. Fry, Edward. Contemporary: 1997. An introduction of 1,000 of the most common words used in reading and writing and other important words for adult beginning writers. Key Words for High Achievement. Fitzgerald, R & R. Teacher Created Materials: 2002. This book is designed to give the learner supplemental help in acquiring a good vocabulary. 101 American English Idioms: Understanding and Speaking English Like an American. Collis, Harry. Passport Books: 1987. Designed to bridge the gap between the meaning and thrust of American colloquialisms. (2 copies) Also: Teachers Manual and Resource Book. 1000 Instant Words: The Most Common Words for Teaching Reading, Writing, and Spelling. Fry, Edward. Contemporary: 1997. High frequency words in order of frequency, with short tests. Survival Vocabulary. Wedler, Gertrude. Walch: 1996. Two hundred words that are basic functional words that all people living in a community should know. Survival Vocabulary Stories. Whitten, Katherine. Walch: 1996. The 200 survival vocabulary words are used in 50 stories about a variety of topics such as home, food, family and travel. Questions follow each story.

Vocabulary Advantage for American History: Student Work Text. Steck-Vaughn: 2007. Contains lessons and activities that strengthen vocabulary through American history stories. Also: Vocabulary Advantage for American History: Teachers Guide. Vocabulary Advantage for American History: Vocabulary Journal. Vocabulary Advantage for American History: Transparencies.

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Vocabulary Basics. Nadell, Judith, et al. Townsend: 1998. The study of vocabulary needed for todays world. Also: Instructors Edition. Includes vocabulary placement test. Vocabulary Connections: A Content Area Approach: Level C. Coulter, Barbara, et al. Steck-Vaughn: 1989. Words in a variety of content areas are used in a number of different ways. Also: Level D. Level F. Level G. Vocabulary Development. Stahl, Steven. Brookline Books: 1999. This book brings together the classic and new views on vocabulary and reading comprehension and suggests those practices that have the most beneficial effects. Vocabulary Program: Powerful Words to Improve Your Thinking, Communication, Persuasiveness and Success. Morgan Bynum, Margaret, Ed. Learn Inc: 1986. Audio program with workbook that focuses on vocabulary expansion and precision. Whats In A Word?: Reading and Vocabulary Building. Eckstut, Samuela and Karen Sorenson. Longman Pub.: 1992. A book with practice in vocabulary learning. Words at Work: Vocabulary Building Through Reading. Sobel, Betty & Susan Bookman. Collier MacMillan: 1989. High beginning reader that incorporates vocabulary based on themed topics. Workforce Writing Dictionary. Steck-Vaughn Company: 1998. A write-in dictionary notebook with many work and job words included.

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Workplace/Job Skills At Work in the U. S.: Readings and Language for Job Success. Vacco, Ellen and Paula Jablon. New Readers Press: 2003. Designed to help beginning ESOL students develop an understanding of the U.S. workplace and gain the basic language skills they need to function effectively in it. Also: Teachers Resource Guide. Audio CD. Basic Business Letters. Gordon, D. I. Heinemann: 1973. The basic patterns for business letters are given, intended to help the overseas learners of English. Becoming a Supervisor. Simonsen, Peggy. Scott Foresman: 1982. An Adult Readers Library book. Career Ladder. Garner, Jayne. Axis Education: 2004. Captioned photographs about choosing a career. The Complete Get That Job!: A Quick and Easy Guide with Worksheets. New Readers Press: 2001. A new edition of this classic job readiness text. Conversations for Work. Vacco, Ellen and Paula Jablon. New Readers Press: 2007. Thematic work units devoted to expected conversations at jobs in general. Also: Teachers Guide and Audio. Critical Reading for Work: Level E. Hodges, Vivienne and Stuart Margulies. Educational Design: 1995. A collection of passages based on world of work scenarios designed to improve the reading comprehension needed for effective job performance. Also: Teachers Guide and Answer Key: Level E. Level M. Teachers Guide and Answer Key: Level M. English for the Green Industry. Thomas, Jennifer. Pearson Education: 2003. SpanishEnglish text focused on helping Spanish speakers in landscaping become more confident, effective, and productive employees, with vocabulary, pictures, crossword puzzles, dialogs, and role play. (2 copies) Also: Spanish and English for the Green Industry Facilitators Guide with Transparency Masters. Enjoy Your Stay: English for the Hospitality and Travel Industry. Persiani, Robin and Randi Reppen. University of Michigan: 2007. Book of activities designed for learners in tourism and hospitality settings. Filling Out Forms: Teachers Guide. Tussing, Ann K. U. New Readers Press: 1986. A guide to accompany Filling Out Forms. (3 copies) Get That Job!: A Quick and Easy Guide. Oppliger, Jurg. New Readers Press: 1997. Secrets to getting the job you want Also: Get That Job Workbook. Activities. (10 copies)

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Get That Job! Your Basic Skills. Echaore-McDavid, Susan and Winifred H. Roderman. McGraw Hill Wright Group: 1998. Booklet of activities. (2 copies) Also: Getting That Job: Filling Out Job Applications. Get That Job: Finding Job Openings. Get That Job: Getting Ready for Interviews. Get That Job: Job Hunting With the Telephone. Get That Job: Using a Job Hunt Planner. Get That Job: Writing Letter and Résumés. Get That Job: Your Work Experience Inventory. Get That Job: Instructors Guide and Resource. Getting and Keeping a Job. Simonsen, Peggy. Scott Foresman: 1982. Planning for a job versus a career, and practical helps concerning each. Hotel English. Timpa, Ronna and Lyn Pizor. Delta: 2002. Housekeepers, public area attendants and kitchen workers will learn to communicate with hotel guests, co-workers and supervisors through authentic workplace conversations in this text. Audio CD included. Also: Facilitators Guide. Job Application Language: A Survival Vocabulary. Richey, Jim. Globe Fearon: 1996. A guide to the vocabulary needed to apply for a job. Job Survival Skills. Brewner, Margaret M., et al. Educational Design: 2000. Customs and demands of the work world, such as attendance, cooperation, decision making and stress. Key Vocabulary for a Safe Workplace. Ringel, Henry. New Readers Press: 2000. Basic safety vocabulary and how the terms are used in specific workplaces as well as health risks and avoidance thereof. Also: Teachers Guide. Photocopy Masters. Life Skills: Me and Jobs. Hooker, Dennis and Almut Hooker. Educational Designs: 1994. Following an examination of self, jobs and ones job preferences, applying and interviewing for jobs is addressed. Main Course: Language and Skills for Restaurant Workers. Talalla, Renee. Falcon: 2000. An invaluable resource for the trainer and trainee in restaurant work which gives both the language and the basic skills needed for the work. (1 copies) Also: Audio CD (in copy so labeled). Making Business Decisions: Real Cases from Real Companies. Boyd, Frances. Addison-Wesley: 1994. Learning to communicate about business in English. Making Career Decisions: Employability Skills Book. Steck-Vaughn: 1998. A workbook to work through when deciding about jobs and careers.

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More Than A Job: Readings on Work and Society. Gordon, John, ed. New readers Press: 1991. A compilation of a variety of writing that focuses on what work really means. Necessary Skills for the Workforce: Job Readiness. Boydstun, Dee Marie, et al. Steck-Vaughn: 1987. On-the-Job English. Newman, Christy M. New Readers Press: 2000. Designed to teach and reinforce the key functional language skills that high beginning to intermediate level ESOL students need to communicate successfully in the American workplace. (5 copies) Also: Teachers Guide. Workbook. (4 copies) Audio Tape. Put English to Work: Interaction and Competencies for Job Success: Level 3. Etchells Cross, Crank. Contemporary: 1996. All skills workbook designed around workplace competencies, including reading ads and pay checks, searching for a job, company rules and following instructions. The Quick Job Search: Get a Good Job In Less Time. Farr, Michael. JIST Works: 1996. Advice and techniques on all aspects of getting a job. (3 copies) Restaurant English. Donley, Kate M. 2001. English needed by the restaurant staff and customers. (5 copies) Speaking Up at Work. Robinson, Catherine and Jenise Rowekamp. Oxford University Press: 1985. Written to help students with limited English proficiency become successful employees. (2 copies) Also: Teachers Manual. (2 copies) Vocabulary for the World of Work 1: Basic Job Words. Mosenfelder, Donn. Educational Design: 1994. The vocabulary needed to get and keep a job in a variety of work settings. Also: Vocabulary for the World of Work 2: Everyday Office and Business Words. Work Force Literary Skills for Jobs 2000: Book 1. Margulies, Stuart. Educational Design: 1996. Communication skills needed to understand written directions and instruction manuals, as well as how to deal with people on the job. Also: Work Force Literary Skills for Jobs 2000: Book 2. The Working Experience 1. Smith, Jeanne H. and Harry Ringel. New Readers Press: 1991. Very simple reading selections about work with photographs and questions. Also: The Working Experience 2 The Working Experience 3 Teachers Manual

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Writing, Teaching of ACCESS: Fundamentals of Literacy and Communication. Molinsky, Steven J. and Bill Bliss. Prentice Hall: 1990. A pre-beginning-level text for adult and young-adult learners of English. Along These Lines: Writing Sentences and Paragraphs: Annotated Instructors Ed. Biays, John Sheridan and Carol Wershaven. Prentice Hall: 2001. The books that go with the Prentice Hall online developmental writing course. Also: Along these Lines:Writing Sentences and Paragraphs, Annotated Instructors Ed, 2nd Ed. Pearson Prentice Hall: 2004. Along These Lines: Writing Paragraphs and Essays, Annotated Instructors Ed., 3rd Ed. Pearson Prentice Hall: 2004. American Handwriting: Slow and Easy. Haynes, Janette. Delta: 2000. Effectively satisfies the handwriting needs of Literacy and ESOL students. Better Sentence Writing in 30 Minutes a Day. Campbell, Dianna. Career Press: 1994. This guide teaches how to overcome run-ons and sentence fragments as well as all sentence construction obstacles one can encounter. Breakthroughs in Writing and Language. Maruskin-Mott, Joan. NTC/ Contemporary: 1996. Workbook to improve writing with a pre-test. Communicating by Letter. Gilbert, Marilyn. Wiley & Sons: 1973. Contexts for Compositions. Glaves, Stanley A., et al. Prentice-Hall: 1979. Curriculum Guide 1: A is for Adult: An Alphabet Book for Adults. 1999. Second Start Adult Literacy Program, Oakland, CA. A creative approach to the alphabet. Curriculum Guide 2: From Scratch: Making Art, Making Literacy. 1999. Second Start Adult Literacy Program, Oakland, CA. Art projects for adult literacy students. Curriculum Guide 3: I Never Wrote a Letter Because...Letter Writing for the Reluctant or Beginning Writer. Wong, Joyce Mende. 1999. Second Start Adult Literacy Program, Oakland, CA. Exercises to teach letter writing. The Developing Writer: A Guide to Basic Skills. McKoski, Martin M. and Lynne C. Hahn. Scott Foresman: 1984. Information and exercises for intermediate level writers. Easy Writer. Basic Sentence Combining and Comprehensive Skills. Campbell, Dianna S. and Terry Ryan Meier. Harper & Row: 1984. Elements of Writing. Kinneauy, James L. & John E. Warriner. Holt, Reinhart & Winston: 1993. Middle school level writing textbook that examines different genres of writing, a grammar handbook and writing resources. English Writing and Language Skills: Workbook (4th course). Harcourt Brace Jovanovich: 1984.

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Also: Workbook: Teachers Edition. Exploring Writing: Sentences and Paragraphs, Annotated Instructors Edition. Langdon, John. McGraw Hill: 2008. Academic writing book with readings and activities that focuses on process and practice. Also: Exploring Writing: Paragraphs and Essays. Factual Writing: Exploring and Challenging Social Reality. Martin, J.R. Oxford University Press: 1989. Describes the different types of writing that are used as tools of communication and compares the writing tasks that teachers set their pupils and the ways in which they measure success. Feelings, Thoughts and Dreams: Writing and Conversation Starters for ESL and ABE. Reed, Fran. New Readers Press: 1987. (2 copies) How to Say It: Choice Words, Phrases, Sentences and Paragraphs for Every Situation. Maggio, Rosalie. Prentice Hall: 1990. This versatile and easy-to-use guide helps you compose well-written, effective letters in minutes for virtually every personal and business situation. Inside Out: Developmental Strategies for Teaching Writing: 2nd Edition. Kirby, Dan & Tom Liner. Boynton/Cook: 1988. Teachers guide to teaching a variety of types of writing that includes activity ideas. Instructors Manual and Test Bank to Accompany College Writing Skills with Readings, 5th Ed. Langan, John. McGraw Hill: 2001. Tests, answers, supplementary activities and masters for the book. Introduction to Academic Writing. Oshima, Alice & Ann Hogue. Addison-Wesley: 1988. Intermediate writing textbook and workbook designed for second language learners preparing to write in a variety of academic contexts. Interactive Writing and Beyond: Practical Strategies for Beginning Writers. Calabrese, Patricia. Bureau of Education and Research: 2001. Guideline, activity ideas, reproducibles and process tips for beginning interactive writing. Language Arts: Sentence and Paragraphs. Fearon/Janus: 1992. Writing workbook for sentence and paragraph level skills. The Laubach Way to Cursive Writing. Koschnick, Kay. New Readers Press: 1983. A student workbook designed primarily for adults and teenagers with limited reading ability. (4 copies) Also: Teachers Guide. (7 copies) Literacy Resource Series: Book E: Writing Strategies. Thistlethwaite, Linda L. Central Illinois Adult Education Service Center: 2000. Mastering the Elementary English Language Arts. Killoran, James, et al. Jarrett: 2001. A continuation of reading and writing teaching with exercises for practice.

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Modern English: A Practical Reference Guide. Frank, Marcella. Prentice-Hall, Inc.: 1972. Information about written English usage. More Picture Stories: Language and Problem-Posing Activities for Beginners. Ligon, Fred, et al. Longman: 1992. Sixteen picture stories on relevant life skills based on problem solving. Includes speaking practice as well as writing. (2 copies) New Websters Word Divider. Avenel Books: 1978. Information is given on how to divide 45,000 words clearly and concisely. On Writing Well: An Informal Guide to Writing Nonfiction. Zinsser, William. Harper & Row: 1980. Paragraph Development: A Guide for Students of English as a Second Language. Arnaudet, Martin L. and Mary Ann Barrett. Prentice-Hall: 1981. Materials to bridge the gap between sentence and composition. Paragraphs and Essays with Integrated Readings, Instructors Annotated Ed, 10th Ed. Brandon, Lee and Kelly Brandon. Houghton Mifflin: 2008. Academic text that focuses on reading and the writing process. Also: Sentences, Paragraphs, and Beyond with Integrated Readings. Picture Stories: Language and Literacy Activities for Beginners. Ligon, Fred and Elizabeth Tannenbaum. Longman: 1990. Sixteen sequenced picture stories on relevant life skills that encourage discussion. The Power of Writing with Additional Readings. Chapman, David and Preston Waller. Mayfield Publishing Company: 1995. A student textbook on the elements of writing. Power Through the Written Word. Scarcella, Robin C. Heinle & Heinle: 1994. From the Tapestry series, this book will help with high-intermediate written communication. The Quick-Word: Handbook for Beginning Writers. Curriculum Associates: 1992. The basic 330 words that new writers need. Real Life Writing. Levin, Beatrice and Phyllis Keaton. Scholastic: 1990. Writing letters and writing to organize, get or give information. Rules of Thumb: A Guide for Writers. Silverman, Jay, et al. McGraw-Hill: 1996. A handbook which offers advice on the writing process as a whole as well as specific guidance on punctuation, mechanics and usage. Start with A: A Beginners Guide to the Alphabet. Chabot, A. M. Full Blast Productions: 2000. A reproducible book designed to introduce learners to the alphabet and guide them towards reading and writing. Alphabet and basic printing skills. (2 copies) Teaching Beginning Writing: Lesson Plans to Support Five Developmental Writing Stages: Pre-emergent, Emergent Early Developing and Established. Fitzpatrick, Jo. Creative Teaching Press: 2001. Guideline, activity ideas, reproducibles and process tips for beginning interactive writing.

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Theory and Practice of Writing: Applied Linguistics and language Study. Grabe, William and Robert Kaplan. Longman: 1996. Discusses the task of writing both as a first and second language and explores varieties of writing. Voices and Values: A Reader for Writers: Instructors Edition. Goldstein, Janet M. and Beth Johnson. Townsend: 2002. Timely, readable, motivational selections which teach reading and writing skill. The Well Tempered Sentence: A Punctuation Handbook for the Innocent, the Eager, and the Doomed. Gordon, Karen Elizabeth. Ticknor and Fields: 1983. Punctuation and its usage is clearly outlined. Write on Cue: Beginning ESL Writing Exercises. Kirchner, Cheryl. Lifelong Learning Books: 1990. Beginning writing workbook for word and simple-sentence level skills. Writing Academic English: A Writing and Sentence Structure Workbook for International Students. Oshima, Alice and Ann Hogue. Addison-Wesley: 1983. A Writing Book: English in Everyday Life: A Teachers Resource Book. Carver, Tina Kasloff, et al. Prentice Hall: 1998. 100 reproducible writing lessons designed as cooperative language activities including forms, journals, lists, etc. Writing It Down: Writing Skills for Everyday Life. Staff of the Womens Program Lutheran Settlement House. New Readers Press: 1989. Exercises for a smooth transition between spoken and written English. (5 copies) Writing Me! A First Writing Course for Adults. Reiff, Tana. New Readers Press: 1987. Writing activities based on personal writing and narrative. Writing on the Job. Mehaffy, Robert and Irene Mehaffy. Peek: 1994. Designed to prepare students for the writing demands of the working world. Writing Practical English: 2nd Edition. Harris, Tim. Harcourt Brace: 1988. Writing workbook with chapters based on grammatical structures. Added pictures facilitate practice. Writing to Learn: The Paragraph. Book 2. Spaventa, Lou and Marilyn Spaventa. McGraw-Hill: 2001. A 4-book ESL writing series for adult learners of English. Also: Teachers Edition. Book 2, entitled Writing to Learn: From Paragraph to Essay. Writing to Others. Cook, Cheri. New Readers Press: 1986. Easy notes and messages and advancing to correct business correspondence are the subjects in this helpful book. Writing Warm Ups: 70 Activities for Prewriting. Tom, Abigail and Heather McKay. Alta Book Center: 1999. Seventy activities introduce such writing concepts as audience, purpose, point of view, focus, classification, sequence, cause and effect and comparison and contrast. (2 copies) Writing Well: Write, Revise, Succeed! Wilson, Libby. New Readers Press: 2006. Writing workbook focused on the writing process in a variety of written forms.

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Note: DNealian Handwriting may be found in Children, Teaching of. Note: Writing for Challenger may be found in Graded Series.

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