Little House in the Big Woods

Materials for language teaching at Rudolf Steiner (Waldorf) Schools This new edition of the classic American Little House … series offers a shortened (but otherwise unaltered) selection of the original text – the true and exciting story of a family living in the Wisconsin woods in the 1860s. It vividly captures the best of the American pioneer spirit. – The text selection is the same as in the previous edition, but the new version also contains a very extensive vocabulary (both thematic and page-by-page), with English examples/definitions and German equivalents throughout) as well as a huge selection of over a 1000 questions and exercises, all firmly text-based, from which teachers can choose according to the needs of their class. The material ranges from simple comprehension and content questions, to tense-changing, word order, sentence-building, vocabulary, question-forming and retellings. – Pioneer recipes and a list of English Irregular Verbs are included, while a Would You Like to Know … ? section gives some basic historical and literary background to the text, concluding with contact addresses in America and a short list of internet resources for those wishing to do their own research. The classic black-and-white illustrations by Garth Williams complement the text perfectly. – For Classes 6 to 8.
Titel Little House in the Big Woods
Autor Laura Ingalls Wilder
Herausgeber Peter Morris
Auflage 3. unveränderter Nachdruck, 2017 (Klammerheftung)
Verlag Pädagogische Forschungsstelle Stuttgart
Umfang 97 Seiten
Format DIN A5
Preis 6,00 €
Bestellnummer 600077