4 edition of What did you say? found in the catalog.
|Statement||Arthur Koch, Stanley B. Felber.|
|Contributions||Felber, Stanley B., 1932-|
|LC Classifications||P90 .K58 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 354 p. :|
|Number of Pages||354|
|LC Control Number||84006865|
What Did You Say? By Judy Irwin. What if absolutely nothing is turning out right? It's the summer after 7th grade, and for year-old Tash, everything has changed, from parents to friends to summer vacation. Her parents have just gotten divorced, and Tash and her mom are spending July at a trailer up north. Will Tash be able to learn how to. And, for those of you who are reading this and saying to yourselves, “the Big Book doesn’t say that,” go and look – right now – bottom of and top of – you’ve got to love it. I hope you enjoyed this humorous look at the differences between what “they say” and what the “Big Book says,” and that you also found it useful.
Get this from a library! What did you say?: a book of homophones. [Sylvia Root Tester; John Keely] -- Introduces homonyms, words that sound the same but whose meaning and spelling is different. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Felber, Stanley B., What did you say? Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, © (OCoLC)
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What Did You Say. is the book author Monique Hammond wishes she had when she was coping with and trying to understand her own sudden hearing loss. Weaving together her story with a wealth of information--causes of and types of hearing loss, audiology tests, hearing instruments and listening devices, support groups and organizations, resources and checklists, to name a few-- /5(10).
"What did you say?" by Jude Welton offers help in a light-hearted way to younger children who are confused by metaphors. She has provided explanations for sayings and each one has a drawing to show the literal interpretation. This is a book for children to enjoy and have some fun with while learning about language and by: 3.
The italics of fantasy and fact regarding "feedback" makes for an even faster read. You can browse through it quickly to find the passages where you wish to focus.
The book is short and sweet enough but you can find it completely summarized in three pages in the Epilogue. If it sounds as if there isn't much meat to this book, think again.3/5(5). What Did You Say. What Do You Mean.
metaphor cards present 60 common sayings in a fun, illustrated format, encouraging children to understand and play with metaphorical language. Although designed with children with Asperger Syndrome in mind, the cards are useful for all children.5/5(1).
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What Did You Say. is the second revised edition of a classic book on human behavior, written by three of the most famous organizational consultants: Charlie Seashore, Edie Seashore, and Jerry Weinberg. Offering opinions is the second most necessary ingredient for Price: $ What Did You Say.
Paperback – June 6, by Ms. Judy Irwin (Author)/5(3). This book gives you the ability to understand that the problems when you give (or receive) feedback badly, and the tool to give and receive it effectively.
The typography of the Kindle edition wasn't perfect, but that did not take away from the value of the messages/5. What Did You Say. What Did You Mean. book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Jude Welton is the mother of a 9-year-old son with AS /5.
Judy Irwin writes books about kids dealing with everyday stuff, like parents and divorce, friendships and bullies, and figuring out how to handle different situations and circumstances.
She lives in Toronto with a dog, a cat, and two hamsters, plus her husband and two children, ages 10 and /5. What Did You Say. is the second revised edition of a classic book on human behavior, written by three of the most famous organizational consultants: Charlie Seashore, Edie Seashore, and Jerry Weinberg.
Offering opinions is the second most necessary ingredient for human life. What Did You Say. (Main Idea/Details) Hi-Lo Passage This high-interest passage about idioms comes with comprehension questions and is written for readers who are 1–2 grade levels below level. Use for reading practice or test prep.
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-- The Frontline of Learning Disability "What did you say?" by Jude Welton offers help in a light-hearted way to younger children who are confused by metaphors. She has provided explanations for sayings and each one has a drawing to show the literal interpretation/5(26).
What Did You Say. is an introduction to ear disorders and hearing loss. It is meant to provide basic, yet necessary information to a broad audience - people who deal with hearing loss of their own, those who want to understand the challenges that loved ones.
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Contact us if you experience any difficulty logging : Helen Webster. What Did You Say. is the book author Monique Hammond wishes she had when she was coping with and trying to understand her own sudden hearing loss. Weaving together her story with a wealth of information–causes of and types of hearing loss, audiology tests, hearing instruments and listening devices, support groups and organizations, resources and checklists, to name a few–.
A book offering a broad view of the landscape of hearing loss is long overdue. What Did You Say. fills a genuine need, and more – it’s also a good read. Vicki Martin is a member and past president of HLAA-TC (Twin Cities chapter), and co-editor of the HLAA-TC Newsletter. MONIQUE HAMMOND, RPh, was born and raised in Luxembourg.
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[Alan Trussell-Cullen; Kelvin Hawley; et al] -- Discusses the origin of the English language and of many English idioms, slang words, and phrases. | by Jude Welton | Jude Welton looks at a hundred of the most common figures of speech in this visual workbook designed as a springboard for family and classroom discussions.
Each figure of speech is accompanied by an illustration showing its literal meaning, which will help ASD children recognise and learn to enjoy metaphors and figurative language. What Did You Say? What Do You Mean? – Jude Welton. A book for autistic children and teenagers explaining what people actually mean when they use metaphors.
What Did You Say? What Do You Mean? metaphor cards present 60 common sayings in a fun, illustrated format, encouraging children to understand and play with metaphorical language. Although designed with children with Asperger Syndrome in mind, the cards are useful for all children.