The Art of Learning by Doing – Children`s Workbook (e-book versi)
The Children’s Workbook gives each child the opportunity to create a personal record as they follow a program of studies developed in the Teacher’s Guidebook to using “The Art of Learning by Doing” in class. Pages of fun exercises and discoveries await the children who use this book. It will be a treasure that they can look back on in years to come as a milestone in their lives in their development of awareness of others and their own potential.
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The Art of Learning by Doing Children`s Workbook – $ 2,5 (donasi minimum)
Please note the book’s download link will expire in one week after payment and it can only be downloaded from your email
“The Art of Learning by Doing”,an educational art story book of 7 chapters about the lives of the children in East Bali Poverty Project’s (EBPP) schools in mountainous East Bali. This book, kindly sponsored by The Annika Linden Foundation (http://www.alfoundation.org) , is a true story of the children from before they started school to when they graduated, and is illustrated by 105 full colour art works by the children themselves, 80 of the works by boys and 25 by girls. The story is in both English and Indonesian and designed as a resource book for children, parents and teachers with simple lessons on introducing health, makanan, berkebun sayuran organik dan keterampilan hidup lain untuk anak-anak di praktis, cara yang bermakna dan menyenangkan.
Buku panduan ini lebih dari sebuah buku teks bahasa Inggris untuk siswa Indonesia, atau buku teks bahasa Indonesia untuk siswa English. Hal ini dirancang sebagai alat untuk membantu guru anak-anak dalam bahasa Inggris dan sekolah-sekolah berbahasa Indonesia, to improve their language language skills whilst discovering the meaning of and learning to implement sustainable development and poverty eradication. This book is designed as a Guidebook to the bilingual book “The Art of Learning by Doing” a story about the under privileged children of a remote and impoverished region high on the arid eastern slopes of Bali`s Mount Agung and Abang.