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Languages: English
Author: John Spiri, Opal Dunn, Pat Moran, DeFilippo and Sadow, L. Ron Hubbard , Andrew E. Bennett, Eric Kane, Claire Selby
Publisher: pankaj, arun
Published: 08 Aug 2018
About Author
  • John Spiri
  • Opal Dunn
    Opal Dunn
    Award-winning author Opal Dunn has many years of experience teaching children and has trained teachers all over the world. She has authored picture-books for nursery and young primary children and has written information books and articles for parents.
  • Pat Moran
    Pat Moran
    Patrick Moran is Professor Emeritus at the SIT Graduate Institute in Brattleboro, Vermont, where he trained and educated second language teachers. He has illustrated numerous books for language learners and teachers and has written practical books on teaching culture and using imagination in language learning.
  • DeFilippo and Sadow
    DeFilippo and Sadow
    Judy DeFilippo and Catherine Sadow were sharing an office at Northeastern’s English Language Center when inspired by “Dictation New Methods New Possibilities “ by Davis and Rinvolucri they began to develop varieties of interesting relevant dictations to use in their listening and speaking classes. This led to Dictations for Discussion and three other lower-level books each of which use four different kinds of dictations.
  •  L. Ron Hubbard
    L. Ron Hubbard
    With 19 New York Times bestsellers and more than 350 million copies of his works in circulation, L. Ron Hubbard is among the most acclaimed and widely read authors of our time. He was also one of the most prolific and popular writers during the Golden Age of Pulp Fiction. Indeed, between 1934 and 1950, more than 150 L. Ron Hubbard tales appeared in the pages of legendary Pulps, often as many as three titles an issue and by-lined under some fifteen pen names. To meet such demand, he regularly produced between seventy-five and a hundred thousand words a month, with a 90% acceptance rate from publishers on first draft, first submission. Consequently, rarely a month passed when the name L. Ron Hubbard did not grace the cover of a major Pulp magazine. That his stories were uniquely drawn from true-to-life experience, including voyages to Asia and the South Pacific, is likewise part of the L. Ron Hubbard legend. While as another word on the substance behind that legend: between fictional tales of high-seas adventure and far-flung exploration, L. Ron Hubbard led two expeditions to the Caribbean and yet another across the Alaskan Panhandle. Accordingly, and before the age of thirty, he was admitted to the famed Explorers Club and earned a rare Master Mariner’s license. With the publication of Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health in 1950, his more serious research kept him from literary pursuits for the next three decades. In 1980, however, to celebrate his fiftieth anniversary as a novelist and storyteller, L. Ron Hubbard returned to the field with his universally acclaimed science fiction epic, Battlefield Earth: A Saga of the Year 3000. The work was an immediate bestseller and subsequently earned a host of international awards. What is generally regarded as L. Ron Hubbard’s magnum opus, however, is the 10-volume Mission Earth series. Also an immediate international bestseller (with each volume successively rising to the New York Times list), the series is still a landmark in publishing history. Moreover, with a third generation of readers now discovering the tales of L. Ron Hubbard, he has forever secured his place in the annals of popular fiction.
  • Andrew E. Bennett
    Andrew E. Bennett
    Andrew E. Bennett has been involved in English education since 1993, both as a teacher and a writer. He began his career teaching English in Taiwan in the 1990s. Shortly afterwards, he began writing coursebooks, with a focus on integrated skills reading courses and conversation texts. Over the last 20 years, Andrew has written dozens of English-learning texts. He holds a BA from UC Santa Cruz and an EdM from Harvard University.
  • Eric Kane
    Eric Kane
    Living and teaching in Japan for over 20 years has given Eric a unique insight to teaching young children.
  • Claire Selby
    Claire Selby
    Yellow House English has its own proprietary methodology, the Spiral Language System™ created by Yellow House founder, Claire Selby. It is the first method that successfully integrates all the key elements of teaching English to children. That’s why Claire Selby’s Spiral Language System is so important. Claire’s method combines the channels and techniques that are most effective in helping young children learn a new language naturally. All materials written by Claire Selby follow these guiding rules on structure, planning, integration, revision, activation and memorisation of language. The activities in her courses and series build language paths to long term memory so that children remember what they have learnt – not just this week – but as a foundation in English for life.
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