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Word by Word Picture Dictionary, Second Edition, by Steven J. Molinsky and Bill Bliss, is the only truly communicative vocabulary development program! This is the new edition of the picture dictionary program famous worldwide for its ease-of-use, lively spirit,and active conversational approach. Bilingual editions of Word by Word Picture Dictionary, Second Edition, are also available: English/Brazilian Portuguese English/Chinese English/Haitian Kreyol English/Japanese English/Korean English/Polish English/Spanish Outstanding features of the new edition: Vibrant illustrationsand simple accessible lesson pagesare designed for clarity and ease-of-use with learners at all levels. Word by Wordis the most learner-friendly picture dictionary - especially for Beginners. More than 4,000 words in an expanded range of topicsprepare students for success using English in everyday life, in the community, in school, and at work. A careful research-based sequence of lessonsintegrates students' development of grammar and vocabulary skills through topics that begin with the immediate world of the student and progress to the world at large. New lesson formats provide integrated context-based instructionwith nouns and high-frequency verbs. Objects and actions that go together are learned together! Expanded discussion questionsencourage students to share their backgrounds, experiences, opinions, and creativity as they relate vocabulary and themes to their own lives. A new Teacher's Guide and Lesson Planner with CD-ROMin a colorful user-friendly format includes lesson planning suggestions, community tasks, weblinks for expanding vocabulary themes through the Internet, and reproducible masters to save teachers hours of lesson preparation time. A unique choice of workbooksat Beginning and Intermediate levels offers flexible options to meet students' needs: Vocabulary Workbooksfeature motivating vocabulary, grammar, and listening practice. Standards-based Lifeskills Workbooksprovide competency-based activities and reading tied to national, state, and local curriculum frameworks. A Literacy Workbookis also available. The outstanding audio programincludes all words and conversations for interactive practice, and - as bonus material - an expanded program of WordSongsfor entertaining musical practice with the vocabulary.
Table of Contents
|Personal Information and Family|
|Family Members I|
|Family Members II|
|Common Everyday Activities and Language|
|Everyday Activities I|
|Everyday Activities II|
|Time Expressions and Seasons|
|Types of Housing and Communities|
|The Living Room|
|The Dining Room|
|The Baby's Room|
|Outside the Home|
|The Apartment Building|
|Household Problems and Repairs|
|Cleaning Your Home|
|Tools and Hardware|
|Gardening Tools and Actions|
|Places Around Town I|
|Places Around Town II|
|People and Physical Descriptions|
|Describing People and Things|
|Describing Physical States and Emotions|
|Meat, Poultry, and Seafood|
|Dairy Products, Juices, and Beverages|
|Deli, Frozen Foods, and Snack Foods|
|Household Supplies, Baby Products, and Pet Food|
|Containers and Quantities|
|Units of Measure|
|Food Preparation and Recipes|
|Kitchen Utensils and Cookware|
|The Coffee Shop and Sandwiches|
|A Restaurant Menu|
|Colors and Clothing|
|Sleepwear and Underwear|
|Exercise Clothing and Footwear|
|Jewelry and Accessories|
|Clothing Problems and Alterations|
|The Department Store|
|Video and Audio Equipment|
|Telephones and Cameras|
|The Toy Store|
|The Post Office|
|Crime and Emergencies|
|Ailments, Symptoms, and Injuries|
|Medical Emergencies and Illnesses|
|The Medical Exam|
|Medical and Dental Procedures|
|School, Subjects, and Activities|
|Types of Schools|
|Measurements and Geometric Shapes|
|English Language Arts and Composition|
|Literature and Writing|
|Job Skills and Activities|
|Office Supplies and Equipment|
|The Construction Site|
|Transportation and Travel|
|Types of Vehicles|
|Car Parts and Maintenance|
|Highways and Streets|
|Prepositions of Motion|
|Traffic Signs and Directions|
|Recreation and Entertainment|
|Hobbies, Crafts, and Games|
|Places to Go|
|The Park and the Playground|
|Individual Sports and Recreation|
|Team Sports EquipmentWinter Sports and Recreation|
|Water Sports and Recreation|
|Sport and Exercise Actions|
|Types of Entertainment|
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