Livewire Real Lives: Albert Einstein by Sandra Woodcock, Michael Alcott
  

Synopsis

Livewire Real Lives: Albert Einstein by Sandra Woodcock, Michael Alcott

Livewire is a range of reading material with a teenage/adult interest level for those with reading ages below 10, or for adult students learning English as a second or foreign language. All Livewire titles have been written by experienced special needs teachers, and have been fully assessed by The Basic Skills Agency to ensure accessibility in both layout and content. They are subtly colour-coded for the appropriate reading age . This biography of Adolf Hitler is part of the Livewire: Real Lives series, which features personalities from sport, film and music, politics and history.

Reviews

These true stories contain lots of wonderful photographs, and interesting information about people who have changed the way we live today. The authors introduce the reader to famous people and are able to capture the feelings of discovery, love, sadness and achievement in such a magnificent way that students can't put the books down. In fact, students who read these books wanted to read more selections from this series...Students in our fundamental level literacy program found this material wonderful for personal recreational reading. In their evaluations, students liked the photos, the true stories and learning about the lives of interesting and famous people. Also, these books generated lots of interest and enthusiasm when used by students for classroom discussion. Some students wanted more information abot Marie Curie and Albert Einstein. As a result, this thirst for more knowledge led them to the college library where they researched and gathered more information that they brought back to the classroom to share with their classmates...We will use this material to design structured individual and group learning activities that develop students

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Sandra Woodcock, Michael Alcott
More books by Sandra Woodcock, Michael Alcott

Publisher

Hodder Education

Publication date

3rd April 2000

ISBN

9780340776179


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