The Remember Book

Scott, Caroline
June 2012
IS: International School;Summer2012, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p26
The article discusses the benefits that a Remember Book can provide to newly-arrived students with very little English language skills. The author explains that children new to an English-speaking country and are in the beginning stages of learning English are called new arrivals. She states that the Remember Book is a tool that they can use to learn English faster, which is a small notebook where they can write, update and revise new learning to practice new vocabulary and language structures.


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