Living And Working In Canada
This volume on living and working in Canada examines everything from deciding to go and getting visas, to understanding health and security, taxation, driving and how schooling and the job market work.
Adam Cole had already served in "his" war when Vietnam became part of the national vocabulary. As an American newspaperman living and working in Vancouver, Canada, he hoped to keep his distance from the Vietnam War engulfing America's consciousness. But w
LeapFrog LeapStart Kindergarten Activity Book: Kids' World Atlas and Global Awareness: Age Range: 5 to 7 yearsOver 30 replayable activitiesWith the LeapStart system, every page talks, sings and jokes with exciting audio interactions that bring learning to lifeEmbark on a journey around the world exploring landmarks, cultures, animals and moreLearn about key landmarks and race the clock to test your geography skillsExplore Europe by delivering mail to different countries and choosing the right vehicle for the jobPlay a hockey game in Canada and "pass" the puck from player to player to scoreEnter Africa to discover the diversity of animal life living on the continentPlus use a language translator to learn words and phrases in 6 languagesKids explore 13 key geography and global awareness skills, including understanding maps, identifying continents, working and sharing with others and moreActivities are designed around familiar topics like music, animals and birthday parties to bring different cultures and locations to lifeMost activities are designed with 2 levels so kids can play and learn at the right level and then advance when they're readyAs kids master a new skill, they're prompted to place one of the included stickers (more than 25 in all) on the reward page to celebrate their accomplishment and motivate them to learn moreLeapStart book library is a leveled series that grows with your child from Preschool (Level 1) to First Grade (Level 4)LeapFrog LeapStartKids' World Atlas Activity Book is 1 of 4 books from the Kindergarten Series (Level 3).
As members of an official linguistic minority in Canada, Anglophone teachers living and working in Quebec have a distinct experience of the relationship between language and identity. In "Negotiating Identities," Diane G?rin-Lajoie uses a critical sociological framework to explore the life stories of Anglophone teachers and illustrate the social practices which connect them with their linguistic, cultural, and professional identities.