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By: Maulvi Abdul Aziz
Size: 7x9.5" (17x24 cm)
Format: Full Color
Edition: 1st, 2012
Shipping Weight: 1.30 lbs
Inventory: ~47 in stock
This full-color 'Words Builder' workbook is great for children learning to read and write the English language. This new course in English is about having fun while learning a language. It makes the language easier and faster than you have ever thought possible.
Elementary school is a pivotal phase wherein students see and understand the world around them. Observing, reading, understanding, writing and speaking skills are nourished and developed in this stage, which lays a concrete foundation and drives home the message that learning is for life. There is a famous expression which says 'a picture is worth a thousand words'. For most people, it is easier to remember pictures that are seen rather than sounds that are heard. Anything that can be visualized as an object is much easier to remember.
The visual treat in the series by way of colourful illustrations ensures the process of learning is easy and entertaining. Our special thanks to staff artist's Shehzad Ahmad & Imran Ashraf. His talent provides the essential quality of visual treats that makes the text memorable.
This new course in English leads students, who are total beginners, to fluent English through a series of integrated 7 books. Each book in this series can, however, be used independently of others and can be started at any point. This course will be appropriate for Pre-primary and Primary schools. In fact, this stage is an extremely vital stage where students see and comprehend the world around them.
The fundamental objectives of this course are to educate and train the students in the four basic skills of comprehending, reading, speaking and writing: to provide the pupils with a course that will enable them to use the English language for everyday communication, so that when they leave the school, they can continue their studies through the medium of English or take up employment that involves the use of English.