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References and acknowledgements

See a list of useful references and acknowledgements for photographs and texts used in the student worksheets.

Useful references

  • Collins Cobuild English Language Dictionary. Collins: London
  • Collins Cobuild English Grammar. Collins: London
  • Derewianka, Beverley. 2001. A Grammar Companion. PETA: Australia.
  • Gibbons, Pauline. 2002. Scaffolding Language, Scaffolding Learning. Heinemann: Portsmouth, NH.
  • Knapp, Peter and Watkins, Megan. 1994. Context - Text - Grammar. Text Productions: Australia.

More help for ESOL and curriculum teachers is available on ESOL Online.

Contact your local ESOL advisor at your nearest Faculty/College of Education for help in using these resources and suggestions about other suitable publications.

Hard copies of this resource (teacher guides, student workbooks and CDs) are available from Down the Back of the Chair, phone 0800 660 662, item numbers 31563 and 31564.

Acknowledgements

Originally published in 2002–2003 for the Ministry of Education by The Correspondence School, Private Bag 39992, Wellington, New Zealand, and reprinted in 2006 for the Ministry of Education by Learning Media Limited, PO Box 3293, Wellington, New Zealand.

Written by Mary Busch and Gerry McGlinchy. Design by Jessica O’Brien. Illustrated by Katherine Allan and Trevor Plaisted.

Text and illustrations © Crown 2002, 2003. All rights reserved.

Animals

  • Photos: Black sheep with twin lambs; Cow with calf; Slug on grass and leaves; Snail on grass and leaves; all © Dave Jackson, Wellington, NZ: The Correspondence School. Used by permission.
  • Photos: Series from ‘The First Weeks in the Life of a Gull’, photos and text by David and Katie Urry, first published in the School Journal, Part 1, No 6, 1979 by School Publications Division of the Ministry of Education. Crown © 1979.
  • Photos: Pacific oyster; Two green mussel shells (adapted); One paua shell; all from New Zealand Commercial Fish Species poster, Wellington, NZ: NZ Seafood Industry Council. Used by permission.
  • Photos: Mother and baby dolphins in Tokyo aquarium, © REUTERS 1999; Lion cubs with parents in Swiss zoo, © REUTERS 2001; Hedgehog at the Natural History Museum, London, © REUTERS 1998. Used by permission.
  • Photos: Monarch butterfly on flower; Caterpillar and nearly mature pupa; both from www.math.auckland.ac.nz/~hafner/monarch/index.html, 24 April 2002, © Paul Hafner 2002. Used by permission
  • ‘The Putaputaweta Song’ by Rae Nicholls, first published in the School Journal, Part 1, No 2 (page 20) by School Publications Division of the Ministry of Education. © Rae Nicholls 1986. Song recorded on CD by TCS. Used by permission.

Shapes

  • Signs: Stop sign (adapted); Cycle lane sign; Give way sign (adapted); No stopping 4 km sign; Bus stop sign; Motorway ends sign (adapted); Speed restriction 100 km sign (adapted); Traffic lights (adapted); Tawa use left lane sign (adapted); No parking 8am–6pm sign (adapted); all from The Official New Zealand Road Code and Licence Guide for Car Drivers - Second Edition 2000, Wellington, NZ: Land Transport Safety Authority, 1999.
  • Mosaic tile of a suburban scene, by Tawa Intermediate School, was first published in the School Journal, Part 4, Number 1, 1993, by Learning Media on behalf of the Ministry of Education. © Crown, 1993. Used by permission.
  • Photos: Tivaevae manu; Tivaevae tataura; both by John Daley, from Tivaevae: Portraits of Cook Islands Quilting, by Lynnsay Rongokea, Wellington, NZ: Daphne Brasell Associates Press, 1992.

Plants

  • Story: ‘Seeds’, by K.E. Anderson, first published in Connected, No.1, 1999, by Learning Media for the Ministry of Education. © Karen Anderson 1999. Used by permission.
  • Photos: showing palm trees with coconuts, first published in the School Journal, Part 2, No.2, 1978 by Learning Media for the Department of Education. Used by permission.
  • Story: ‘The Thousand Uses of Bamboo’, by Eva Wong Ng, first published in the School Journal series by Learning Media for the Ministry of Education. Crown © copyright 1991. Recorded onto tape by TCS.
  • Photos: showing different uses of bamboo, from ‘The Thousand Uses of Bamboo’ by Eva Wong NG, first published in the School Journal series by Learning Media for the Ministry of Education. Crown © copyright 1991. Used by permission.
  • Photos: Onions; Lettuces; Peppers; Mushrooms; Corn; Kumara; Radishes; Leeks; Celery; Beets; Carrots; Tomatoes; Cabbages; Peas; Broccoli; Pumpkins; Sprouts; Yams. All from Vegfed cards ‘Vegies for little children’ kit, Wellington, NZ: NZ Vegetable & Potato Growers Fed. Inc. Used by permission.
  • Photo: Waterlily, © Mary Busch, Wellington, NZ: The Correspondence School, 2002. Used by permission.
  • Photo series: Six photos of blossoms, © Mary Busch, Wellington, NZ: The Correspondence School, 2002. Used by permission.

Measurement

  • Photo: Kendra measuring her horse, Wellington, NZ: The Correspondence School, 1999. Courtesy of Bev Calvert and Kendra Haigh. Used by permission.

Weather

  • Photos: Greytown; Wairaki; all © Trevor Cobeldick, Wellington, NZ: The Correspondence School, 2002. Used by permission.
  • Extracts: ‘Looking more like stalks of corn than poplars…’, from Evening Post, 2 July 1982; ‘A heavy layer of snow reached down into the foothills…’, from Evening Post, 20 July 1966; ‘Mount Victoria is one of the few spots…’
  • Photos: Snow-covered poplars; Sheep in front of mountains; Man with umbrella; Teenagers jumping off river bank; Person in anorak; Fog over harbour. Used by permission.
  • Photo: Hail on street during a severe thunderstorm. From National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration Photo Library, NOAA Central Library; OAR/ERL National Severe Storms Laboratory (NSSL). Public domain.
  • Photo: Spider’s web with dew. US Fish and Wildlife Service. Public domain.
  • Photo: Lightning. From National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration Photo Library, NOAA Central Library; OAR/ERL National Severe Storms Laboratory (NSSL). Public domain.
  • Photo: Kawerau River; © Judi Caradus, Wellington, NZ: The Correspondence School, 2002. Used by permission.

Conservation

  • Picture: Earth covered by towel showing greenhouse gases. In Climate Change,
    published by the New Zealand Climate Change Programme Wellington, New Zealand.
    Used by permission.
  • Extract: ‘Global Warming - A New Battle for Kiribati’, text and photographs © Jill MacGregor, first published in School Journal, Part 4 No.1, 2002 by Learning Media for the Ministry of Education. Recorded by The Correspondence School 2002. Used by permission.

Published on: 08 Jan 2018


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