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Book Title: A Reason for Spelling: Student Workbook Level E|
The author of the book: Rebecca Burton
Edition: Concerned Communications
Date of issue: March 5th 2002
ISBN 13: 9780936785332
Format files: PDF
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This spelling program combines the very latest research on how children learn to spell, with all the strengths of traditional spelling programs, integrating spelling with reading, writing, and language arts. Every lesson begins with a theme story that develops important principles found in the week s Scripture verse. There are over 200 colorful pages of learning activities in each student workbook incorporating daily practice, self-correction, visual imaging, learning games, special activities to help motivate every learning style, and much more. Detailed Teacher Guidebooks contain all lesson plans, answers to student pages, a wealth of enrichment ideas, plus a helpful placement test to make sure your child is in just the right book. The Student Workbook and the Teacher Guidebook go hand-in-hand to provide a complete spelling program. Teacher editions are available separately."
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Read information about the authorRebecca Burton is the Membership and Professional Contracts Manager at Playwrights Guild of Canada, as well as the Co-Instigater of Equity in Theatre (EIT), an initiative designed to redress the underrepresentation of women and other marginalized communities in the theatre sector.
Rebecca has a BA in theatre and history from the University of Guelph, an MA in theatre from the University of Victoria, and she is a PhD ABD in theatre at the University of Toronto's Graduate Centre for Drama, Theatre, and Performance Studies (though currently lapsed).
Rebecca has a wealth of theatre experience, having worked as a practitioner in various capacities, including actor, collective creationist, director, dramaturg, playwright, stage manager, and technician. In addition to arts administration, she has also worked as an educator, teaching theatre and literature at Brock, Wilfrid Laurier, Ottawa, and York Universities.
As well, Rebecca freelances as an editor and researcher, for instance, having compiled and written Adding It Up: The Status of Women in Canadian Theatre, the final report for the 2006 national study on equity and Canadian Theatre, which can viewed at: http://www.playwrightsguild.ca/sites/.... More recently, Rebecca co-edited the Winter 2016 “Equity in Theatre” issue of Canadian Theatre Review, and she was the Editor of Long Story Short: An Anthology of (Mostly) 10-Minute Plays, published by Playwrights Canada Press.
Rebecca loves working at PGC, championing and advocating for Canadian playwrights!
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