Learning With Computers Level 4 is part of a series of project based keyboarding texts. Using the computer as a learning tool, students learn and apply computer skills as they work through the cross-curricular projects. In Level 4, students apply the computer skills they have been introduced to and learned in Learning with Computers Level K, 1, 2, and 3. Projects are based on reading, writing, math, social studies, and art, and have a keyboarding practice page included. Students receive reinforcement to touch typing (20-25 wpm), basic computer operations and concepts, and graphics and multimedia. They will master word processing, navigating, editing, and adding in a spreadsheet and database, and navigation of websites. This 192 page text is softcover, top spiral, and has an easel back. It is a standalone product that also supports Bernie's Typing Travels Keyboarding software.
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8 modules pour 8 thematiques proche des adolescentsUne page d'ouverture active3 lecons d'apprentissage en double page (1 lecon = 1 double page)- la premiere lecon s'articule autour d'un document declencheur oral ou ecrit, plus une page " Entraine-toi "- la deuxieme lecon s'articule autour d'un extrait litteraire par un auteur francophone, plus une page " Entraine-toi "- la troisieme lecon est une lecon de prolongement : decouverte de la culture francophone1 double page DELF1 page projet pour la mise en action des competencesen fin d'ouvrage, un module complet sur " Mes matieres en francais ".
Structure :Un adolescent = un univers = un module : 8 modules pour 8 adolescentsUne page d'ouverture active3 lecons d'apprentissage : Moi et les autres, Ma page perso et Mes decouvertes en double page ( 1 lecon = 1 double page)- l'exploitation de chaque lecon s'articule autour de documents declencheurs et mene vers la tache a faire en interaction- une grande variete de documents : courriels, invitations, conversations, SMS...1 lecon de prolongement : Ma page culture et Mes matieres en francaisUne double page de systematisation : Entraine-toi !Une evalution sur les 4 competences (DELF)Une introduction efficace a l'interdisciplinarite (DNL)Systeme d'evaluation complet
Surprise! is a fun two-level course for young children learning English. It has been specially researched and fully tested in the classroom to ensure progressive development of pupils' language skills. Surprise! Primary 2 Test Book contains: 20 one-page progress tests for each unit of the Course Book; 4 two-page progress tests which can be done after the revision units in the Course Book; a score sheet for recording all test results.