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    • Speaking And Listening Straight Borders


      The Speaking and Listening straight border by Mark Twain Media features artwork and helpful tips for effective communication. The perfect trim for language arts bulletin board displays, this pack includes twelve 3′ x 3 borders for a total of 36′.

      From classroom decorations to supplemental workbooks, Mark Twain Media Publishing Company provides exceptional products for middle-grade and upper-grade classrooms. Products are designed by leading educators and cover important subjects, such as social studies, government, history, fine arts, language arts, character, science, and math.

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    • Speaking And Listening Effectively Chart Set


      The Speaking and Listening Effectively bulletin board set helps students learn the skills they need to become effective communicators. The set includes 4 charts-each measuring 17 x 24 and featuring tips for making memorable presentations, listening to gain the most from presentations, and how to use verbal and nonverbal communication.

      Mark Twain Media Publishing Company creates products to support success in science, math, language arts, fine arts, history, social studies, government, and character. Designed by educators for educators, the Mark Twain Publishing product line specializes in providing excellent supplemental books and content-rich decor for middle-grade and upper-grade classrooms.

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    • Speaking And Listening Learning Stations 6-8


      Ideal for individual and small-group learning within classroom centers, Speaking and Learning Stations by Mark Twain Media for sixth-eighth grades provides practice, and stimulates discussion with engaging activities. Each unit consists of four or five learning stations, and activities are designed to strengthen presentation skills.

      This middle school literacy book focuses on the speaking and listening standards for ELA in a learning station environment. Correlated to current state, national, and provincial standards, Speaking and Listening Learning Stations includes:
      -teacher pages
      -station activities
      -answer keys
      -an interactive notebook unit

      Mark Twain Media Publishing Company specializes in providing supplemental books and decorative accents to add style and substance to middle- and upper-grade classrooms. Designed by leading educators, the product line covers a range of subjects, including social studies, history, government, mathematics, science, language arts, fine arts, and character.

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    • In A Manner Of Speaking


      Skyhorse Publishing
      What do the whole kit and caboodle, the whole shebang, the whole megillah, the whole enchilada, the whole nine yards, the whole box and dice, and the full Monty have in common? They’re all expressions that mean the entire quantity, and they’re all examples of the breadth and depth of the English-speaking world’s vocabulary.

      From the multitude of words and phrases in daily use, the author of this delightful exploration into what we say and why we say it zeroes in on those expressions and sayings and their variations that are funny, quirky, just plain folksy, or playfully dressed up in rhyme or alliteration. Some may have become cliches that, as it’s said with tongue in cheek, should be avoided like the plague. Others have been distorted, deemed politically incorrect, or shrouded in mystery and must bear some explanation.

      Among the topics the author delves into are expressions that shouldn’t be taken literally (dressed to kill and kick the bucket), foreign expressions that crept into English (carte blanche, carpe diem, and que sera, sera), phrases borrowed from print ads and TV commercials (where there’s life, there’s Bud and where the rubber meets the road), animal images (a barrel of monkeys and chasing your tail), and food and drink (cast your bread upon the water, chew the fat, bottom’s up!, and drunk as a lord).

      Here’s a book for everyone who delights in the mysteries of language and the perfect gift for all the wordies in your life.

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    • Jesus Entra En Jerusalen


      This book retells the story of Jesus entering Jerusalem on what has become Palm Sunday (Matthew 21:1-11, Mark 11:1-11, Luke 19:28-38, and John 12:12-19).

      The Arch(R) Book series tells popular Bible stories through fun-to-read rhymes and bright illustrations. This well-loved series captures the attention of children, telling scripturally sound stories that are enjoyable and easy to remember.

      Also available in Spanish Jesus entra en Jerusalen

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