Exam board: CACHE Level: 3 Subject: Early Years and Child Care First teaching: 2015 First exams: Various dates Help your students master the knowledge and skills they need for the new CACHE Level 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Childcare & Education (Early Years Educator) Written by experts Carolyn Meggitt and Tina Bruce, this is the only resource for the Level 3 Diploma in Childcare & Education (EYE) endorsed by CACHE. The approachable writing style makes learning key concepts both easy and enjoyable for all learners, and all aspects of the qualification are covered and linked to specific learning outcomes. This book will support your students through their assessment and the start of their careers. - Communicates all the requirements of the new qualification fully with clearly stated learning outcomes and key terms - Shows how concepts are applied in real settings with numerous case studies - 'In Practice' boxes give students the opportunity to check and reflect on their understanding - Includes activity boxes linked to assessment criteria to prepare learners for examinations and assessment
Playway to English Second edition is a new version of the popular four-level course for teaching English to young children. Pupils acquire English through play, music and Total Physical Response, providing them with a fun and dynamic language learning experience. In the Teacher's Book: • Clear, comprehensive lesson plans with valuable suggestions for mixed-ability classes • Useful photocopiable resources to supplement lesson plans
Aerobics & Warm–Ups for Fiddlers & Violinists is not for the sophisticated violinist with years of classical training. It has been created especially for the more casual player who is sincerely interested in getting maximum benefit from a minimum of effort. Aerobics & Warm–Ups for Fiddlers & Violinists helps to fill this need for technical studies applicable to both the worlds of classical violin and fiddling. I first tested these scales and exercises on myself for six months, faithfully using them for about 20 minutes as warm–ups to my daily practice. I was rewarded with a definite improvement in my technique. I was actually surprised to see my dexterity grow as I charted my metronomic progress on a calendar. I remember thinking, I will never be able to play faster than this. But then a couple of weeks later I would indeed climb a notch higher!Through the years I have used these exercises in countless fiddle workshops and with private students. the letters of thanks and positive feedback from students who were thrilled with improved fiddle technique have brought me great satisfaction. I sincerely believe that these exercises, when faithfully practiced, will help violinists improve their playing skills. the exercises will help develop and strengthen muscles used for finger dexterity, clarity of notes, tone, bowing–arm control, intonation, double stops and a flexible bowing arm wrist.Companion free Audio Tracks available online.
These exercises are intended to help the serious musician internalize the vocabulary of music that comprises most jazz and classical genres today. They will not only enhance one's fluency with the various musical elements, but they will also help develop the ear, an important aspect that has been glaringly absent from many current pedagogical approaches. the young musician may find these exercises challenging at first, but patience and diligence on the part of the serious student will be rewarded with a strong fundamental knowledge of the basics of music. More advanced musicians and professionals will find these exercises invaluable for shoring up any weak areas in their training, reviewing chords and scales, and providing a means for maintaining current skills.
Useful for one, two, or three-term courses in Office Technology/Occupations/Administration departments. All texts integrate the learning of word processing with the proper formatting of business documents, language arts reinforcement, vocabulary building, and critical thinking practice.