Monty and Martineintroduce this show's theme:The Power of Language
Carol Schneider-Sereda, Director of Children's Dance Theatre at The Center for Arts in Natick, empowers young ballet dancers with language and story.
Find more about the dance theatre at www.natickarts.org/tcan_childdance.php
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Coordinator of the Youth Literacy TutorProgram of the Hyde Square Task ForceCaitlin Sweeney and some of the teentutors explain what they do and why.
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Laurie Joy Haas, Executive Producer of Words that Cook!™ and co-author of Read it Aloud! A parent's guide to sharing books with young children, Judy "Mama Bear" Reilly and Honey the Cookie-Bookie Bear playfully tackle idioms.
Caterina Del Conte, a Bilingual Wellesley College Student, tells how her mom's love of languages prepared her for a new school and cultural environment.
Dr. Barbara Krol-Sinclair, Director of the Intergenerational Literacy Project (ILP) in Chelsea, Massachusetts, offers solutions to some of the language-related school challenges ESL/ELL parents face.
Find more about the ILP atwww.bu.edu/education/ilp.
Monty and Martine recap ourRecipes for Successand introduce this show'sRecommended Book List.
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