Welcome to bel's book of Flashcard Games! bel presents a collection of fun games for kids to get your lessons off to a lively start. These active games encourage kids to have fun with English and motivate young children to venture into a new world of language. Creating a positive atmosphere in the classroom has always been a high priority for bel as the love for a foreign language will accompany the children for a lifetime.
Año de Edición
Beate Baylie, Karin Schweizer, Susanne Renz, Helen Tate-Worch
Teach - Love - Inspire. bel activity + games booklets
Tamaño Archivo (Virtual)
Formato Electrónico (Virtual)
Biografía del Autor
<p>Beate Baylie was born in Stuttgart in 1968. After finishing high school, she worked in Cairo for two years in an Egyptian family as a tutor. Cairo was followed by Sheffield where Beate gained a Business degree. After the birth of her first daughter almost 20 years ago she founded the bel language school together with Karin Schweizer. Beate lives in Filderstadt with her English husband and their two grown-up daughters.<br><br>Karin Schweizer was born in Schramberg in the Black Forest in 1965. After training as a travel agent, she went to the Sorbonne in Paris and to the University of California, Berkeley in San Francisco. Back in Germany - with an American husband (with whom she has two grown-up children) - she founded the bel language school together with Beate Baylie. Today Karin lives with her new partner north of Hamburg.<br><br>Established and widely used textbooks such as \"Learning English with Chris the Grasshopper\", \"Mini Ducks\" and for the 55+ generation \"Autumn Years - English for Seniors\" emerged from the long and varied practical work that they both did. They offer stress free learning with a focus not just on grammar but on enjoying learning and having fun.<br><br>Several hundred participants have taken part in the bel start-up seminars for language schools.<br><br>Bel is also a tour operator offering language trips as \"bel Reisen\". Several times a year, there are trips to English-speaking countries and group travel offers to other dream destinations such as the Indian state of Kerala on the Malabar coast.</p>