Going to school around the world

by Melissa Koosman

Publisher: Mitchell Lane Publishers in Hockessin, Del

Written in English
Published: Downloads: 912
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Subjects:

  • Schools -- Cross-cultural studies -- Juvenile literature

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementBy Melissa Koosman.
GenreCross-cultural studies, Juvenile literature
SeriesA Robbie reader
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLB1556 .K66 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23606893M
ISBN 109781584157823
LC Control Number2009027348
OCLC/WorldCa311779214

  On any given school day, over 1 billion children around the world head to class. More children and adolescents today are enrolled in pre-primary, primary and secondary education than ever before. Yet, for many of them, schooling does not lead to learning. A lack of trained teachers, inadequate learning materials, makeshift classes and poor.   Back to school around the world From China to Spain, students talk about the pressures they face, and the fun they still manage to fit in. I don't feel bad when I'm alone with a book. Hash out a budget well ahead of time, not only for your RTW ticket, but the whole trip itself. Reach out to friends or travel bloggers who have done a round-the-world trip or are full-time travelers who have spent at least a year on the road and can offer tips on how to budget for a trip around the world. The children leave school without having acquired the basics, which greatly impedes the social and economic development of these countries. Inequality between girls and boys: the education of girls in jeopardy. Today, it is girls who have the least access to education. They make up more than 54% of the non-schooled population in the world.

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In this lively addition to the Meet Our New Student series, follow a day at school for eight students from around the world.

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An informative and entertaining anthology of children going to school in different parts of the world, this book was a big hit with my kids. There were many wows and oohs and little fingers frequently pointed to the illustrations as we : Meera Sriram.

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The first day of school is explained in 11 different countries. School Days Around the World (DK Readers L3) by Catherine E. Chambers. The focus here is on how children in seven different countries go to school in different but similar.

This Is the Way We Go to School: A Book About Children Around the World Paperback – August 1, by Edith Baer (Author)Cited by: 1. A world map is included at the end, along with a summary listing where all the children in the story live.

Sure to awaken student curiosity about the world, This Is the Way We Go to School combines themes of transportation, school, culture, and childhood into a not-to-be-missed multicultural extravaganza.

Its Back to School We Go!: This book describes the first day of school for different children all around the world. It starts off with a short passage about a young girl from Kenya, and within a few pages the reader has traveled all around the world, from Japan to Peru to Germany and to the United States/5.

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Learning Activity #2: Going to School Around the World Focus Areas: Social Studies; Research and Writing; Geography Grades: 6th-9th Objective(s): LW reflect on his/her school life.

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If you would like to learn more about schools around the world, I would suggest one of these fun books: It’s Back to School We Go by Ellen Jackson, School Days Around the World by Catherine Chambers and Off to Class: Incredible and Unusual Schools Around the World by Susan Hughes.

We found a variety of reading levels in the books and the DK Readers: School Days Around the World is a really nice level 3 reader. The opening pages of the book introduce 7 children from different countires: Peru, United States, England, Ghana, India, Australia and Japan.

As is traditional with the DK books. I was really disappointed with this book. Around the world seems to mean around the USA. And the pictures are not evocative of the countries described. I feel this was a missed opportunity to show children going to school all over the world, with pictures which help children to see what other countries look like/5(19).

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This week our preschool theme was around the world. We had a blast learning about many different countries around the world. One of the great things about the around the world theme is there are so many different directions you can take your learning. You could easily spend much longer exploring all the different countries around the world.

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