The Butterfly Grammar A Course for Better English by Irina Tyk
  

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The Butterfly Grammar A Course for Better English by Irina Tyk

The Butterfly Grammar has been written by Irina Tyk as the sequel and companion to The Butterfly Book . It takes children to the next stage, from being able to read fluently to being able to express themselves correctly both in writing and in speaking. The Butterfly Grammar sets out, in clear lessons that are designed for young learners, the rules that govern the way in which we form sentences. Parts of speech, tenses of verbs, punctuation and sentence structure are all dealt with in this child-friendly introduction to the rules of grammar. The rules are illustrated by means of short stories, including the further adventures of Ponti Panda.

About the Author

Irina Tyk is an honours graduate of the University of London. She haslectured at the University of Wales and the University of St. Andrews.Presently she is the Headmistress of Holland House School, anindependent preparatory school.She believes in the intellectual development of very young childrenin the structured environment of whole-class teaching. She believesthat after one year at school children should be able to readindependently. She continues to present these views on televisionand in public debate.Irina Tyk is a director of The Butterfly Project, set up in 1991, andof Butterfly Educational Enterprises, set up in 2005, to run summercourses for children who wish to benefit from a rational and purposeful teaching approach.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
216 pages

Author

Irina Tyk
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Publisher

Civitas:Institute for the Study of Civil Society

Publication date

29th September 2008

ISBN

9781903386606


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