Circle Program: Pattern Book Set, Kindergarten OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT This set is no longer available from the publisher. Circle Program: Pattern Book Set, Kindergarten is a series from the language arts program kit called the Circle Program, an integrated ESL language arts program for Native children in Northern Ontario. The program, developed in the Modern Language Centre of the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education with funding from the Ontario Region of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, addresses listening, speaking, reading and writing skill areas. This set of Pattern Books contains ten copies of each of the nine titles.

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Circle Program: Listen and Read Books (3 copies of 9 titles) UNAVAILABLE

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Circle Program: Listen and Read Books is a series from the language arts program kit called the Circle Program, an integrated ESL language arts program for Native children in Northern Ontario. The program, developed in the Modern Language Centre of the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education with funding from the Ontario Region of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, addresses listening, speaking, reading and writing skill areas. This set of Listen and Read Books contains three copies of each of the nine titles.

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Sliding, paper ed (wordless book)

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Sliding is a picture book (no text) developed for the kindergarten level of the Circle program, an integrated ESL language arts program for Native children in Northern Ontario. The pictures show young children having fun with their pet dog while they all slide down a snow-covered hill. This story should appeal to children in day care and kindergarten settings. Language teachers will find this picture book useful for telling the story in the language.

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Nanabush and Rabbit: An Ojibway Legend OUT OF PRINT

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Nanabush and Rabbit: An Ojibway Legend was adapted for ESL kindergarten level students as part of the Circle Program, an integrated ESL language arts program for Native children in Northern Ontario. The illustrations by Tim Restoule complement the simple text that tells the story about Nanabush, the trickster. In this story Nanabush convinces all the animals that he has a new song to teach them. But in order to learn the song all the animals must sit with their backs to Nanabush. While Nanabush is singing, Owl peeks and sees what Nanabush is really doing.

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Rosie's Feast OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT Rosie's Feast is a Kindergarten level reader developed for the Circle Program, an integrated ESL language arts program for Native students. This story about a young girl who attends a community traditional feast is set in northern Ontario. All community members including elders and children attend the event. First the people give thanks for the food, and then the elders are served first. After the meal everyone joins in the dancing to the fiddle music. Rosie enjoys her time at the feast with her family and friends.

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Circle Cree Y North - Come Back Snow OUT OF PRINT

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Circle Cree Y North - Come Back Snow is a Kindergarten level reader developed for the Circle Program, an integrated ESL language arts program for Native students. This story about a child's delightful encounter with snow is set in northern Ontario. The text is written in Cree syllabics. The simple drawings of Troy Beyer make this story come to life for young readers. OUT OF PRINT

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Circle Cree Y North - On Our Way OUT OF PRINT

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Circle Cree Y North - On Our Way is a Kindergarten level reader developed for the Circle Program, an integrated ESL language arts program for Native students. This story about unique methods of everyday transportation is set in a remote community in northern Ontario. The family in the story prepares for travelling by packing food, clothes and snowshoes. They walk to the lake where a small plane is docked. As they board the plane they say goodbye to their family and friends. The text is written in Cree syllabics.

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Story Basket Three

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Story Basket Three is a primary level reader developed for the Circle Program, an integrated ESL language arts program for Native students. The text contains three stories with illustrations by First Nations artists. The stories are adapted specifically for First Nations students. The stories include an adaptation of the traditional Cree legend about Wee-sa-kay-jac and Kitchi-Assin; a contemporary story about a young girl who travels by small plane to attend a family wedding in another First Nation's community, and a story about hunting moose.

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