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3rd April 2016
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Survival language key ring

£5.00

Especially designed to be a useful tool for children to communicate easily with teachers or peers in the very early days of a child with limited English arriving in an English speaking school. Children only need this kind of tool for the first week or two while they learning the survival language.

SKU: 4000
Description
Especially designed to be a useful tool for children to communicate easily with teachers or peers in the very early days of a child with limited English arriving in an English speaking school. Children only need this kind of tool for the first week or two while they learning the survival language. These tags include survival language statements with accompanying pictures. Statements include: What’s this in English? Can I have that please? I like/I don’t like… I am hungry. I am thirsty. I’ hot. I’m cold. I’m sorry. Say that again please. I don’t understand. What are you doing? In my language this is… Can you help me? Can I play? Is this right? Can we be friends? I’m happy. I’m sad. I’m not well. Say that again please? Can I go to the toilet please? The pictures/statements can be presented to the new arrival with a parent, buddy, mentor or teacher before entering their English speaking environment. This presentation should be interactive, fun and designed to help the child identify what the pictures and statements mean, usually through translation into their own language as well as when and how they can use these statements. At this stage the focus is on being able to use the statements when needed as opposed to learning all the phases. All or some of the tags can be used at one time.
Additional information
Weight 0.23 kg
Dimensions 10 x 6 x 4 cm