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Pass Your Test CD-ROM and 'L' Plate Kit Automobile Association
Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna
This pack provides all the information learner drivers need to know in order to pass both their Practical and Theory driving tests, including the fully updated 'Highway Code'. Features include: practise using the official test clips supplied by the Driving Standards Agency; sit unlimited mock theory tests; animations, which break down practical skills into easy-to-understand segments; video with full explanations by AA experts; in-depth analysis of each key skill; 'show me, tell me' topics in full; and, step-by-step video guides explaining how to look after your vehicle. Once you've used the CD-ROMs to practice and help pass your test, the pack also contains two magnetic 'L' Plates for when you first take to the road. The pack is both MAC and PC compatible.
Driving Songs - Greatest Ev Greatest Ever
1. Cyndi Lauper - I Drove All Night 2. Bangles - Manic Monday 3. Toto - Africa 4. Stealers Wheal - Stuck In The Middle With You 5. Cw Mccall - Convoy 6. Chuck Berry - No Particular Place To Go 7. James Brown - I Got You (I Feel Good) 8. Martha Reeves & The Vandellas - Dancing In Thest 9. Lionel Richie - Dancing On The Ceiling 10. Lighthouse Family - Ocean Drive 11. The La's - There She Goes 12. Small Faces - Itchycoo Park 13. The Mamas & The Papas - California Dreamin' 14. 10cc - Dreadlock Holiday 15. Squeeze - Up The Junction 16. Crash Test Dummies - Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm 17. Elkie Brookes - Sunshine After The Rain 101. Tony Christie - (Is This The Way To) Amarillo 102. The Boo Radleys - Wake Up Boo! 103. Hanson - Mmmbop 104. Tears For Fears - Everybody Wants To Rule The Wo 105. The Tams - Be Young, Be Foolish, Be Happy 106. Haircut 100 - Fantastic Day 107. Deep Blue Something - Breakfast At Tiffany's 108. Pulp - Common People 109. The Wonder Stuff - Size Of A Cow 110. Dodgy - Staying Out For The Summer 111. Kenny Loggins - Footloose 112. Kirsty Maccoll - A New England 113. Joe Jackson - Steppin' Out 114. The Jam - Town Called Malice 115. Adamski & Seal - Killer 116. M - Pop Muzik 117. Sparks - This Town Ain't Big Enough For The Both 201. Free - All Right Now 202. Lynyrd Skynyrd - Sweet Home Alabama 203. Rainbow - Since You Been Gone 204. Bachman-turner Overdrive - You Ain't Seen Nothin 205. The Troggs - Wild Thing 206. Thin Lizzy - Whiskey In The Jar 207. Ocean Colour Scene - Hundred Mile High City 208. Reef - Place Your Hands 209. Roachford - Cuddly Toy 210. Motorhead - Ace Of Spades 211. Tenpole Tudor - Swords Of A Thousand Men 212. Ram Jam - Black Betty 213. Patti Smith Group - Because The Night 214. Robin Beck - First Time 215. Bonnie Tyler - Holding Out For A Hero 216. The Allman Brothers Band - Jessica
Geschichte Der Popmusik Bear Family Records
1. Chords - Sh-boom 2. Haley, Bill - Rock Around The Clock 3. Grimes, Tiny - Call Of The Wild 4. Dae, Sonny - Rock Around The Clock 5. Haley, Bill - Rock This Joint 6. Haley, Bill - Rock Around The Clock 7. Treniers - Rock-a-beatin' Boogie 8. Hot Lips Page - Rock It For Me 9. Boswell Sisters - Rock & Roll 10. Rogers, Roy - Listen To The Rhythm Of The Range 11. Gordon, Curtis - Rompin' & Stompin' 12. Brown, Roy - Good Rockin' Tonight 13. Harris, Wynonie - Good Rockin' Tonight 14. Presley, Elvis - Good Rockin' Tonight 15. Wills, Johnnie Lee - Milk Cow Blues 16. Presley, Elvis - Milk Cow Blues 17. Little Richard - Tutti Frutti 18. Beatles - Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby 19. Perkins, Carl - Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby 20. Newman, Roy - Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby 21. Griffin, Rex - Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby 101. James, Etta - Roll With Me Henry 102. Pied Pipers - My Happiness 103. Hooker, John Lee - Boogie Chillum 104. Jordan, Louis - Inflation Blues 105. Guthrie, Jack - Oklahoma Hills 106. Presley, Elvis & Dorsey Orch. - Heartbreak Hotel 201. Ellington, Duke & L. Armstrong - Things Ain't What 202. Armstrong, Louis & B. Johnson - Basin Street Blues 203. Firehouse Five Plus Two - Firehouse Stomp 204. Bartholomew, Dave - Country Boy 205. Domino, Fats - The Fat Man 206. Professor Longhair - Mardi Gras In New Orleans 207. Shirley & Lee - I'm Gone 208. Shirley & Lee - Let The Good Times Roll 209. Turner, Big Joe - Lucille 210. Crawford, James - Jock-o-mo 211. Dixie Cups - Iko Iko 212. Domino, Fats - Ain't That A Shame 301. Handy, W.c. - Mr. Crump 302. Howlin' Wolf - Moanin' At Midnight 303. Brenston, Jackie - Rocket 88 304. King, B.b. - 3 O'clock Blues 305. King, B.b. - When Your Baby Packs Up & Goes 306. Wills, Bob - Twin Guitar Special 307. Wills, Johnnie Lee - Boogie Woogie Highball 308. Johnson, Jimmy - Driving Nails In My Coffin 309. Tubb, Ernest - Driving Nails In My Coffin 401. Delmore Bros - Sweet, Sweet Thing 402. Delmore Bros - Hillbilly Boogie 403. Jones, Grandpa - Eight More Miles To Louisville 404. Delmore Bros - Blues Stay Away From Me 405. Jackson, Bull Moose - I Love You, Yes I Do 406. Harris, Wynonie - Bloodshot Eyes 407. Bostic, Earl - Flamingo 408. Ward, Billy & Dominoes - Have Mercy Baby 409. Baker, Lavern & T.rhodes Orch. - Trying 411. Ray, Johnny - Cry 412. Playboy Fuller - Gonna Play My Guitar 501. Ravens - Count Every Star 502. Drifters - Money Honey 503. Powell, Chris & Blue Flames - I Come From Jamaica 504. Donaldson Quintet, Lou - Brownie Speaks 505. Barnet, Charlie - Leapin' At The Lincoln 506. Gillespie Orchestra, Dizzy - One Bass Hit 507. Gillespie, Dizzy - School Days 601. Como, Perry - Till The End Of Time 602. Stafford, Jo - You Belong To Me 603. King, Pee Wee - Tennessee Waltz 604. Jordan, Louis - Don't Let The Sun Catch You Cryin' 605. Jordan, Louis - Caldonia Boogie 606. Eckstine, Billy - Prisoner Of Love 607. Frizzell, Lefty - If You've Got The Money 701. Haley, Bill - Rock Around The Clock 702. Presley, Elvis - Blue Moon Of Kentucky 703. Baxter, Les - Unchained Melody 704. Platters - Only You 705. Berry, Chuck - Thirty Days 706. Presley, Elvis - Heartbreak Hotel 707. Presley, Elvis - Love Me Tender 709. Haley, Bill - Crazy Man Crazy 801. Little Richard - Long Tall Sally 802. Presley, Elvis - Rip It Up 803. Lewis, Jerry Lee - Breathless 804. Berry, Chuck - Rock 'N' Roll Music 805. Lewis, Jerry Lee - The Wild One 806. Rogers, Shorty - The Wild One 807. Seeger, Pete - We Are Moving On To Victory 808. Baker, Lavern - Tralala 809. Francis, Connie - I Never Had A Sweetheart 810. Lymon, Frankie & Teenagers - The Abc's Of Love 811. Lymon, Frankie & Teenagers - I Am Not A Juvenile D 812. Lewis, Jerry Lee - High School Confidental 813. Berry, Chuck - Sweet Little Sixteen 814. Danny & Juniors - At The Hop 815. Berry, Chuck - Rock 'N' Roll Music 901. Mott The Hoople - The Golden Age Of Rock 'N' Roll 902. Turtles - The Story Of Rock 'N' Roll 903. Shakin' Stevens & Sunsets - That Is Rock 'N' Roll 904. Coasters - That Is Rock 'N' Roll 905. Coasters - Charlie Brown 906. Berry, Chuck - Bye Bye Johnny 907. Mclean, Don - American Pie 908. Little Richard - Every Hour 909. Little Richard - Tutti Frutti/baby Face 910. Buddy & Bob - Flower Of My Heart 911. Crickets - That'll Be The Day 913. Holly, Buddy - Raining In My Heart 914. Ballard, Hank - The Twist 1001. Vincent, Gene - Be Bop A Lula 1002. Vincent, Gene - Dance To The Bop 1003. Willis, Chuck - C.c. Rider 1004. Vincent, Gene - Woman Love 1005. Impressions - Gypsy Woman 1006. Johnny & Jammers - School Day Blues 1007. Valens, Ritchie - La Bamba 1008. Belafonte, Harry & Edward VIII - Love, Love Alone 1009. Frizzell, Lefty - The Long Black Veil 1101. Parker, Charlie - Ko-ko 1102. Davis, Miles - Moon Dreams 1103. Davis, Miles - Moon Dreams 1104. Davis, Miles - Budo 1105. Davis, Miles & Gil Evans - Miles Ahead 1106. Davis, Miles - My Funny Valentine 1107. Mulligan, Gerry - My Funny Valentine 1108. Mulligan, Gerry - Bernie's Tune 1109. Seeger, Pete - Darling Corey 1110. Weavers - So Long 1111. Seeger, Pete - The Hammer Song 1201. Miller, Emmett - The Blues Singer From Alabama 1202. Williams, Hank - I Just Don't Like This Kind Of Li 1203. Williams, Hank - Lovesick Blues 1204. Miller, Emmett - Lovesick Blues 1205. Williams, Hank - I'll Never Get Out Of This World 1206. Williams, Hank - Honky Tonkin' 1207. Williams, Hank - Mind Your Own Business 1208. Williams, Hank - I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry 1209. Charles, Ray - I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now 1210. Charles, Ray - I Got A Woman 1211. Charles, Ray - What'd I Say 1212. Charles, Ray - Georgia On My Mind 1301. Wells, Kitty - Death At The Bar 1302. Stoneman, Ernest - Kitty Wells 1303. Wells, Kitty - How Far Is Heaven 1304. Acuff, Roy - The Great Speckled Bird 1305. Thompson, Hank - The Wild Side Of Life 1306. Wells, Kitty - It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk A 1307. Wells, Kitty - Paying For That Back Street Affair 1308. Washington, Dinah - Evil Gal Blues 1309. Washington, Dinah - Rich Man's Blues 1310. Washington, Dinah - It Isn't Fair 1311. Benton, Brook & D. Washington - I Believe 1312. Benton, Brook & D. Washington - Baby, You've Got W 1313. Washington, Dinah - What A Different A Day Makes 1401. Berry, Chuck - Chuck Berry Interview 1 1402. Berry, Chuck - Chuck Berry Interview 2 1403. Berry, Chuck - Johnny B. Goode 1404. Berry, Chuck - One O'clock Jump 1405. Berry, Chuck - Down The Road A Piece 1406. Berry, Chuck - Chuck Berry Interview 3 1407. Berry, Chuck - Drifting Heart 1408. Jordan, Louis - Beans & Cornbread 1409. Berry, Chuck - Jaguar & The Thunderbird 1410. Jordan, Louis - Ain't That Just Like A Woman 1411. Jordan, Louis - Blue Light Boogie 1412. Berry, Chuck - Chuck Berry Interview 4 1413. Seeger, Pete - Ida Red 1414. Berry, Chuck - Maybelline 1415. Berry, Chuck - Roll Over Beethoven 1416. Berry, Chuck - School Day 1417. Miller, Mitch - Yellow Rose Of Texas 1418. Miller, Mitch - On Top Of Old Smokey 1501. Rainwater, Marvin - Hot & Cold 1502. Burton, Dave - Ooba-ooba-ooba 1503. Denson, Lee - The Pied Piper 1504. Jazzmen From Detroit - Tom's Thumb 1505. Mickey & Sylvia - This Is My Story 1506. Crayton, Pee Wee - Blues After Hours 1507. Clay, Joe - You Look That Good To Me 1508. Kennedy, Tiny - Strange Kind Of Feeling 1509. Mickey & Sylvia - Love Is Strange 1510. Paul, Les & Mary Ford - How High Is The Moon 1511. Paul, Les - Lover 1512. Paul, Les - What Is This Thing Called Love 1513. Paul, Les & Mary Ford - Vaya Con Dios 1601. Jackson, Wanda - It's The Same Old World 1602. Jackson, Wanda - Let's Have A Party 1603. Shirelles - Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow 1604. Shirelles - Which Side Are You 1605. Kingston Trio - The New Frontier 1606. Paxton, Tom - Ramblin' Boy 1607. Seeger, Pete - The Literacy Test 1608. Seeger, Pete - Fayette County 1609. Seeger, Pete - Turn, Turn, Turn 1701. Silverster, Victor & Jive Band - There's Honey On 1702. Lewis, Vic - Sunday Girl 1703. Armstrong, Louis & Hot Seven - Willie The Weeper 1704. Webb, George & Dixielanders - Willie The Weeper 1705. Webb, George & Dixielanders - London Blues 1706. Lyttelton, Humphrey - Memphis Blues 1707. Barber Band, Chris - Gatemouth 1708. Barber's New Orleans Jazzband - Mama's Gone Goodby 1709. White, Josh - Take A Gal Like You 1710. Honri, Percy - Happy Darkies 1711. Ford, Tennessee Ernie - Shotgun Boogie 1801. Tip Top Tunes Orchestra - The Kerry Dance 1802. Geraldo & Orchestra - Comin' Thru The Rye 1803. Heath Orchestra, Ted - Jumpin' At The Woodside 1804. Donegan, Lonnie - Rock Island Line 1805. Colyer's Jazzmen, Ken - Cataract Rag 1806. Colyer's Jazzmen, Ken - Goin' Home 1807. Fawkes-turner-sextett - My Monday Date 1808. Colyer's Skiffle Group, Ken - Midnight Special 1809. Yazoo & Paramount Allstars - Home Town Skiffle 1810. Colyer's Skiffle Group, Ken - Streamline Train 1901. Haley, Bill - Crazy Man Crazy 1902. Haley, Bill - Pat-a-cake 1903. Haley, Bill - Rock Around The Clock 1904. Haley, Bill - Shake, Rattle & Roll 1905. Crombie, Tony - Let's You & I Rock 1906. Cort's Skiffle Group, Bob - Six Five Special 1907. Elliott, Peter - Your Hand, Your Hand, Love 1908. Richard, Cliff - Early In The Morning 1909. Macon, Uncle Dave - Sail Away Ladies 1910. Cort's Skiffle Group, Bob - Don't Rock Me Daddy-o 1911. Steele, Tommy - Rock With The Cave Man 1912. Steele, Tommy - Tallahassie Lassie 1913. Steele, Tommy - Family Tree 1914. Steele, Tommy - Princess 1915. Wilde, Marty - Mean Woman Blues 1916. Wilde, Marty - Bad Boy 1917. Taylor, Vince & Playboys - Brand New Cadillac 2001. Johnny & Hurricanes - Beatnik Fly 2002. Barry Orchestra, John - Beat Girl (Main Title) 2003. Faith, Adam - The Beat Girl Song 2004. Worried Men - This Little Light Of Mine 2005. Faith, Adam - Made You 2006. Richard, Cliff - Move It 2007. Shadows - Apache 2008. Morris & Mitch - What Is A Skiffler 2009. Donegan, Lonnie - Cumberland Gap 2010. Donegan, Lonnie - My Old Man's A Dustman 2011. Taylor, Vince - Right Behind You Baby 2012. Kidd, Johnny & Pirates - Shakin' All Over 2101. Schmitt-walter, Karl - Tapfere Kleine Soldatenfrau 2102. Widmann, Kurt - Hey-ba-ba-re-bop 2103. Widmann, Kurt - Das Ist Nun Mal Mein Rhythmus 2104. Hohnberger, Kurt - Honolulu Blues 2105. Templin, Lutz - Pampas 2106. Templin, Lutz - Kleiner Spaziergang 2107. Schuricke, Rudi - Capri-fischer 2108. Busch, Ernst - Die Thaelmann-kolonne 2109. Radio-berlin-tanzorchester - Jimmy Lunceford 2110. Amiga Star Band & H. Zacharias - Helmy's Be Bop No 2111. Stewart,rex & Hot Club Berlin - Blue Lou 2201. Paul, Rita & Rias Tanzorch. - Bobby Backt Einen Ku 2202. Mueller, Werner & Rias Tanzorch - Dob's Boogie 2203. Deinert, Werner - Screamin' Boogie 2204. Bell, Graeme & Australian Jazz - Muskrat Ramble 2205. Klimm Combo, Joe - More Skies 2206. Wille, Helga & H. Zacharias - Mr. Moneymaker 2207. Schulz, Waltraut - Ich Kenn Ein Forsterhaus 2208. Hass, Ilse & Werner - Zwiegespraech 2301. Wachholz, Baerbel - Das Wuensch Ich Mir 2302. Wachholz, Baerbel - Amigo 2303. Cornel Trio & Kurt Henkels - Halt Dich Fest Marie 2304. Buhlan, Bully - Kaloriensong 2305. Kermbach, Otto - Petersburger Schlittenfahrt 2306. Schmah, Werner & P. Woitschach - Wenn Der Weisse F 2307. Kermbach, Otto & Erwin Hartung - Rheinlaender Potp 2308. Presgott, Gina - Jackie, Go Home 2309. Schone, Werner & Heinz Becker - 14 Tage Sonnensche 2310. Glusgal, Ilja - Wir Tanzen Wieder Polka 2311. Hartung, Erwin - Wir Walzen Potpourri 2312. Frohberg, Fred - Die Sterne Der Heimat 2313. Petersen, Hanns - Der Alte Leuchtturmwaerter 2314. Ping Pongs - Alle Rockchen Fliegen 2315. Friedlaender, Margot - Jeden Abend Muss Ich Zaertl 2401. Malkowsky, Liselotte - Der Alte Seemann Kann Nacht 2402. Frankfurt Allstars - Vier Temperamente 2403. Quinn, Freddy - Hillbilly Fever 2404. Quinn, Freddy - Hallo Joe 2405. Quinn, Freddy - Sie Hiess Mary Ann 2406. Quinn, Freddy - Heimweh 2407. Haensch, Delle - Warenhaus Rock 2408. Franke, Renee - Musikverrueckt 2409. Kraus, Peter - Tutti Frutti 2410. Herold, Ted - Lover Doll 2411. Herold, Ted - Ich Brauch Keine Ring 2412. Herold, Ted - Ich Bin Ein Mann 2501. Mingus, Charles - Fables Of Faubus 2502. Mingus, Charles - Original Fables Of Faubus 2503. Beach Boys - Surfin' U.s.a. 2504. Jan & Dean - Dead Man's Curve 2505. Gilmer, Jimmy & Fireballs - Sugar Shack 2506. Village Stompers - Gotta Travel On 2507. Charles, Ray - Busted 2508. Davis, Skeeter - I Can't Stay Mad At You 2509. Dion - Donna, The Primadonna 2510. Seeger, Pete - We Shall Overcome 2601. Doggett, Bill - Blues For Sale 2602. Velaires - Roll Over Beethoven 2603. Crystals - All Grown Up 2604. Supremes - I Hear A Symphony 2605. Perkins, Carl - Boppin' The Blues 2606. Bland, Billy - Let The Little Girl Dance 2607. Hall, Roy - Don't Stop Now 2608. Clanton, Jimmy - Venus In Blue Jeans 2609. Sosebee, Tommy - All Night Boogie 2610. Edsels - Rama Lama Ding Dong 2611. Williams, Maurice & Zodiacs - Stay 2612. Crests - 16 Candles 2613. Cannon, Freddie - Action 2614. Drifters - There Goes My Baby 2615. King, Ben E. - Spanish Harlem 2616. Drifters - On Broadway 2617. Four Tops - Baby, I Need Your Loving 2701. Ventures - Walk, Don't Run 2702. Eddy, Duane - Twistin' & Twangin' 2703. Ventures - La Bamba 2704. Ventures - Ram-bunk-shush 2705. Surfaris - Wipe Out 2706. King, Freddie - I Love The Woman 2707. King, Freddie - Hideaway 2708. King, Freddie - Surf Monkey 2709. Ballard, Hank - The Twist 2710. Checker, Chubby - The Twist 2711. Drifters - Watcha Gonna Do 2712. Supremes - Where Did Our Love Go 2713. Wonder, Stevie - Nothing's Too Good For My Baby 2801. Limeliters - Bear Chase 2802. Mitchell Trio, Chad - Puttin' On The Style 2803. Waters, Muddy - Hoochie Coochie Man 2804. Waters, Muddy - Coming Round The Mountain 2805. Scruggs, Earl - Cumberland Gap 2806. Flatt & Scruggs - Ellen Smith 2807. Macon, Uncle Dave - Sailaway Ladies 2808. Baez, Joan - Sailaway Ladies 2809. Freedom Singers - Ain't Gonna Let No Segration Tur 2810. Freedom Singers - Dog Dog 2811. Freedom Singers - Get Your Rights Jack 2812. Seeger, Pete - If I Had A Hammer 2901. Ashley, Clarence - The Coo Coo Bird 2902. Freedom Singers - Fighting For My Rights 2903. Freedom Singers - Oh Freedom 2904. Impressions - People Get Ready 2905. Burke, Solomon - Just Out Of Reach 2906. Hurt, Mississippi John - Candy Man 2907. Seeger, Pete - Ye Playboys & Playgirls 2908. Ochs, Phil - Ballad Of Medgar Evers 2909. Paxton, Tom - The Willing Conscript 2910. Ritchie, Jean - Nottamun Town 2911. Dylan, Bob - Masters Of War 2912. Seeger, Pete - This Land Is Your Land 3001. Armstrong, Louis & Dukey Of - South 3002. Coleman, Ornette - Free 3003. Coleman Double Quartet - Free Jazz 3004. Silver, Horace - Opus De Funk 3005. Blakey, Art - Moanin' 3006. Coltrane, John - My Favorite Things 3007. Roach, Max - Freedom Day 3101. Beatles - I Saw Her Standing There 3102. Taylor, King Size & Dominoes - Long Tall Sally 3103. Beatles - Roll Over Beethoven 3104. Rattles - Hello 3105. Herold, Ted - Ich Brauch Keinen Ring 3106. Herold, Ted - Ich Bin Ein Mann 3107. Kraus, Peter - Tiger 3108. Herold, Ted - Moonlight 3109. Herold, Ted - Schwarze Augen 3110. Livebirds - Johnny Be Goode 3201. Memphis Slim - We're Gonna Rock 3202. Rivets - Yum Yum 3203. Lords - Shakin' All Over 3204. Old Merry Tale Jazzband - Am Sonntag Will Mein Sue 3205. Naura Quartett - Schlittschuhlaeufer/gedanken Bei 3206. Kiesewetter, Knut - Freight Train Blues 3207. Rohland, Peter & S.schulz - Hei Wie Ist Das Walzen 3208. Rohland, Peter & S.schulz - So Leben Wir 3301. Davis, Cyril - Leaving Blues 3302. Korner's Blues Incorporated - Hoochie Coochie Man 3303. Davis, Cyril - Sweet Mary 3304. Artwoods - Sweet Mary 3305. Kidd, Johnny & Pirates - Jealous Girl 3306. Kidd, Johnny & Pirates - Shakin' All Over 3307. Tornados - Telstar 3308. Kidd, Johnny & Pirates - Shot Of Rhythm & Blues 3310. Beatles - Cry For A Shadow 3311. Shadows - The Breeze & I 3401. Bilk, Mr. Acker - Summer Set 3402. Bilk, Mr. Acker - Stranger On The Shore 3403. Korner's Blues Incorporated - Long Black Train 3404. Stewart, Rod - Good Morning, Little Schoolgirl 3405. Bond Organisation, Graham - The Grass Is Greener 3406. Bond Organisation, Graham - High Heel Sneakers 3407. Korner's Blues Incorporated - Rockin' 3408. Mayall, John - Night Train/lucille 3409. Mayall, John - Crawling Up A Hill 3501. Original Soho Skiffle Group - Liverpool Blues 3502. Vipers - Summertime Blues 3503. Searchers - Sweets For My Sweets 3504. Channel, Bruce - Hey Baby 3505. Big Three - Cavern Stomp 3506. Gerry & Pacemakers - How Do You Do It? 3507. Swinging Blue Jeans - Hippy Hippy Shake 3508. Webb, Sonny & Cascades - Border Of The Blues 3510. Marauders - Dr. Feelgood 3511. Vipers - Liverpool Blues 3601. Baby Ray & Ferns - World's Greatest Sinner 3602. Animals - All Night Long 3603. Animals - House Of The Rising Sun 3604. Brogues - I Ain't No Miracle Worker 3605. Chocolate Watchband - Sweet Young Thing 3606. Vejtables - I Still Love You 3607. Zombies - She's Not There 3608. Peter & Gordon - A World Without Love 3610. Clark Five, Dave - Glad All Over 3611. Beau Brummels - Laugh, Laugh 3612. Sir Douglas Quintet - She's About A Mover 3613. Jefferson Airplane - Somebody To Love 3701. Gibson, Don - Sea Of Heartbreak 3702. Floyd, Eddie - Knock On Wood 3703. Bland, Bobby - Poverty 3704. Hooker, John Lee - Boom Boom 3705. King, B.b. - Waitin' On You 3706. Booker T. & Mg's - Green Onions 3707. Redding, Otis - These Arms Of Mine 3708. Pickett, Wilson - In The Midnight Hour 3710. Cline, Patsy - Faded Love 3711. Reeves, Jim - He'll Have To Go 3712. Miller, Roger - King Of The Road 3801. Jan & Dean - Folk City 3802. Byrds - I Knew I'd Want You 3803. Byrds - Mr. Tambourine Man 3804. Dylan, Bob - Subterranean Homesick Blues 3805. Dylan, Bob - It's Alright Ma 3806. Dylan, Bob - Like A Rolling Stone 3807. Byrds - Turn! Turn! Turn! 3901. Jefferson Airplane - Won't You Try 3902. Jefferson Airplane - Let's Get Together 3903. Jefferson Airplane - Me & My Chauffeur Blues 3904. Butterfield Blues Band - East West 3905. Lovin' Spoonful - Do You Believe In Magic 4001. Kingsmen - Louie Louie 4002. Kinks - You Really Got Me 4003. Kinks - Dedicated Follower Of Fashion 4004. Cream - I Feel Fee 4005. Cream - I'm So Glad 4101. Mothers Of Invention - Trouble Every Day 4102. Mothers Of Invention - Absolutely Free 4103. Jefferson Airplane - Volunteers 4104. Hendrix, Jimi - Star Spangled Banner 4105. Melanie - Beautiful People 4106. Country Joe & Fish - I Feel Like I'm Fixin' To Die 4201. Lewis, Jerry Lee - Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On 4202. Harpo, Slim - King Bee 4301. Franklin, Aretha - Today I Sing The Blues 4302. Franklin, Aretha - I Never Loved A Man The Way I L 4303. Franklin, Aretha - Respect 4304. Franklin, Aretha - Think 4305. Little Milton - We're Gonna Make It 4306. Simone, Nina - Mississippi Goddam 4307. Simone, Nina - Revolution (Part 1 & 2) 4308. Sam & Dave - Soulman 4309. Brown, James - Say It Loud 4401. Love Sculpture - Shake 'Em On Down 4402. Brown Blues Band, Savoy - Life's One Act To Play 4403. Bonzo Dog Band - Can Blue Men Sing The Whites? 4404. Liverpool Scene - I've Got Those Fleetwood Mac, Ch 4405. Mayall, John - Bare Wires 4406. Fleetwood Mac - I Believe My Time Ain't Long 4407. Fleetwood Mac - Albatros 4501. James, Jesse - The South's Gonna Rise Again 4502. Daniels, Charlie - The South's Gonna Do It Again 4503. Byrds - You're Still On My Mind 4504. Band - The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down 4505. Dylan, Bob - As I Went Out One Morning 4506. Dylan, Bob - I'll Be Your Baby Tonight 4507. Perkins, Carl - Dixie Fried 4601. Mossmann, Walter - Gewuertztraminer 4602. Mossmann, Walter - In Mueder's Stueble 4603. Degenhardt, Franz-josef - Spiel Nicht Mit Den Schm 4604. Sueverkrupp, Dieter - Erschrockliche Moritat Vom K 4605. Mangelsdorff, Albert - Es Sungen Drei Engel 4606. Brotzmann Oktett - Machine Gun 4701. Wolff, Gerry - Die Rose War Rot 4702. Biermann, Wolf - Fredie Roslmeisl 4703. Butlers - Butlers Boogie 4704. Renft Combo - Gaenselieschen 4705. Kuehn, Rolf & Joachim - Corruption 4706. Ensemble Studio Vier - Kein Klagelied 4801. Archies - Sugar Sugar 4802. Ohio Express - Yummy Yummy Yummy 4803. Captain Beefheart - Sure 'Nuff & Yes I Do 4804. Hollies - We're Through 4805. Hollies - Butterfly 4901. Modern Jazz Quartet - Vendome 4902. Davis, Miles - Shhh/peaceful 4903. Blood, Sweat & Tears - I Can't Quit Her 4904. Blood, Sweat & Tears - Overture 4905. Electric Flag - Groovin' Is Easy 4906. Davis, Miles - Bitches Brew 4907. Pike Set, Dave - Teaming Up 5001. Bowen, Lesley - Rabbit Dance Song 5002. Rockin' Sidney - My Toot Toot 5003. Rockin' Sidney - I'm Walkin' Out 5004. Chenier, Clifton - Rockin' Accordion 5005. Chenier, Clifton - Louisiana Blues 5006. Chenier, Clifton - Bon Ton Roulet 5007. Cajun Band - Les Flammes D'enfer/la Valse Du Music 5008. Abshire, Natha & Balfa Bros - Les Maringouins 5010. Archie Shepp - Mama Too Tight 5101. Byrds - So You Want To Be A Rock 'N' Roll Star 5102. Kinks - Top Of The Pops 5103. Bee Gees - Massachsetts 5104. Bee Gees - World 5105. Troggs - Wild Thing 5106. Troggs - Love Is All Around 5107. Kinks - The Money Go-round 5108. Winter, Johnny - Oh My Darling 5110. Winter, Johnny - Be Careful With A Fool 5111. Waters, Muddy - Herbert Harpers Fee Press
Adult Cloze STUDYMATES
Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna
This set of 30 cloze short stories is designed to provide reading and comprehension material that is appropriate for adults who have literacy skills that do not allow them to be/feel successful in their everyday lives. A number of reasons account for the large number of adults in this category. Failure in school, a broken family, illness, negative life experiences, emigration, second language English and many other causes may have contributed to their situation. Most of these adults are aware of their needs. They also often lack confidence in their reading ability and wish to improve and further develop their literacy skills.This is hard to achieve by oneself, so many adults look for support. Seeking help is a huge step.Adults who seek help may have different motivations, including getting a job or moving up the job ladder. Or it may mean gaining independence in commonplace tasks such as sitting a driving exam, writing a grocery list, reading the newspaper or doing personal banking. The main result of their efforts in literacy programs, in addition to increasing their reading skills, is the improvement of their self-image. They will be able to feel the effects in every part of their lives.How is the resource organized? The stories have been presented according to a continuum that gets gradually more difficult. They provide a variety of worthwhile reading development alternatives, using fiction and non-fiction. The contents of this resources approximately the average reading levels of 11-14 year olds. Each story is accompanied with a photo and five comprehension questions. This resource is produced in the form of black line master worksheets. Ideas for using photocopiable worksheets are suggested at the end of this introduction.What is Cloze? The cloze procedure was initially used for testing, diagnosing, classifying and identifying deficiencies in reading ability. Words are deleted from a passage and the reader is required to fill in the blanks. It is still widely used for diagnostic purposes. In recent years however the cloze procedure has also been used as an aid for reading instruction. Activities using the cloze procedure can help to develop reading and writing skills by teaching the student how to gain meaning from context clues. Cloze can also help with grammar, spelling and sequencing.How is comprehension tested? The purpose of reading is for the reader to gain information from the written word. It is possible to 'say' a word accurately but get no meaning or only a limited meaning from it. Therefore, checking the reader's understanding or comprehension of the text they have read is very important. Start by asking your student what the purpose of reading is. Many will answer with phrases such as 'learning to spell', or 'saying the words'. If necessary, explain to them that the whole point of reading is to take the meaning out of the words that the writer put there. You might like to discuss the fact that it doesn't matter too much whether they read every word correctly, or whether they sound good when reading aloud.What matters is whether they take the meaning from the text. Ask the students how they will know that they have understood the text. They will come to realise that by answering the questions accurately, they are demonstrating that they have actually read the text, ie that they have understood the meaning behind the individual words. After your initial assessment of each of your students, you may find some of them need to start by discussing what the story is about, and even, in the early stages, by reading the story once or twice to them before they try reading it. Then, having read the story as many times as they feel they need to in order to understand the meaning, the student will complete the five comprehension questions that accompany that particular story.Questions test a variety of comprehension skills and go beyond basic recall. Most of the questions are inferential, evaluative or analytical.Inferential, evaluative and analytical questions require the reader to think beyond the words or to 'read between the lines', picking subtle clues that are not immediately obvious. These questions usually require the reader to write answers based on their understanding or opinion of the story, draw conclusions, make predictions, identify main ideas and use context to guess meaning. Some of the stories require the use of reference materials such as a dictionary, maps and diagrams.Strategies - Each story can be used in many ways. Here are three: The tutor reads the story to the students with the missing words included, and then lets the students do the cloze exercise using their listening memory; The students read the story and fill in the gaps with any words they want. Their answers do not have to match the listed words, as long as they make sense in the context of the story. This should lead to an interesting discussion; and, Students read the story and then fill in the gaps, with the words provided, to complete the story so that it makes sense.After they are familiar with the story, they answer the questions you assign. Many different skills can be improved using different strategies with these stories.Discussion - discussing the topic of a story before the student reads it will give them clues; discuss related aspects of a story. Reading aloud - the way a text is read aloud, and words emphasised and grouped in particular ways, will indicate a level of understanding. Word identification - some words will be known by sight and reinforced in the text. Word attack (decoding) - decoding skills must be taught so that students can apply them when reading independently. Silent reading - silent reading is a highly developed skill which takes time to master. Help them gain confidence.Repetition - students begin to recall words when reading text a second or third time. Developing skilled reading has a lot to do with reading 'mileage' - just doing the practice.Photos - clues can also be gained from the photo on each page. This isn't cheating - it's something we all do to assist our understanding of text. Context - adults have a wealth of experience which they can use. To read effectively, readers need to learn to take risks without the fear of failure. Teach students how to guess what a word means using the surrounding clues. Use the word in another context to reinforce the learning. Analysis - encourage students to read analytically, thinking beyond the written information, and relating what they read to their own experiences. Some questions can have more than one right answer, as long as the reasoning is logical.Revision - the stories can be effectively used for revision. Keep stories in a folder so they can reread their favourites regularly. Enrichment - students may find particular stories more appealing than others. When they really enjoy a story, find related stories from other sources to read. These will more likely hold their interest and speed up their learning.Photocopiable resources - The following is a list of some of the ways in which photocopiable teaching resources (black line masters or BLM) may be used in an instructional environment to ensure variety of presentation and moderation in photocopying costs. Copy the resource to A4 paper at a rate of one sheet per student. Students write on the sheet. Copy the resource to A4 paper at a rate of one sheet per group. Students work together to complete one sheet between them. Use the resource as a tutor guide only, running the exploration as a tutor-guided activity. Copy the resource to the whiteboard. Copy the resource to an OHP transparency and project it on the wall. Keep the OHP with the resource book so that tutors choosing the same resource do not have to copy the page again.Some resources lend themselves to a discussion activity, where half the class does one activity and the other half does another.They pair up to 'mark' each other's work. Copy the resource to A3 paper using the enlarging function of your copier. Use this page as a wall chart. Copy the resource 2 per A4 sheet (depending on legibility). Guillotine. Students paste the small sheets into their workbooks then write their answers or complete the activities on the adjoining pages.Copy all the pages required for the unit to A3 to form a booklet. Pages can either be retained at A4 presentation size or reduced to A5. By choosing say 8 pages to present in this way during the unit, students can each receive a small booklet at the start of the unit comprised of just one or two sheets of A3 paper folded and stapled appropriately. Present a copy of the resource to students the day before the exercise. Explain that they will be required to present this part of the unit in their own way the following day. Use peer teaching by presenting the resource to one student to teach the ideas to others.
Reading Comprehension STUDYMATES
Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna
Who is this resource for? This set of 30 short stories is designed to provide reading and comprehension material that is appropriate for adults who have literacy skills that do not allow them to be and/or feel successful in their everyday lives. A number of reasons account for the large number of adults in this category. Failure in school, a broken family, illness, negative life experiences, emigration, second language English and many other causes may have contributed to their situation. Most of these adults are aware of their needs. They also often lack confidence in their reading ability and wish to improve and further develop their literacy skills.This is hard to achieve by oneself, so many adults look for support. Seeking help is a huge step. Adults who seek help may have different motivations, including getting a job or moving up the job ladder. Or it may mean gaining independence in commonplace tasks such as sitting a driving exam, writing a grocery list, reading the newspaper or doing personal banking.A significant result of their efforts in literacy programs, in addition to increasing their reading skills, is the improvement of their self-image. They will be able to feel the effects in every part of their lives. How is the resource organized? The stories have been placed according to a continuum that gets gradually more difficult. The stories contain simple, repetitious words in sentences that are at first short but then increase in length through the resource. Each story is accompanied with a photo or graphic, and five comprehension questions.This resource is produced in the form of black line master worksheets. Ideas for using photocopiable worksheets are suggested at the end of this introduction. How is comprehension tested? The purpose of reading is for readers to gain information from the written word. It is possible to 'say' a word accurately but get no meaning or only a limited meaning from it. Therefore, checking the readers' understanding or comprehension of the text they have read is very important. Start by asking your students what the purpose of reading is. Many will answer with phrases such as 'learning to spell', or 'saying the words'. If necessary explain to them that the whole point of reading is to take the meaning out of the words that the writer put there.You might like to discuss the fact that it doesn't matter too much whether they read every word correctly, or whether they sound good when reading aloud. What matters is whether they take the meaning from the text. Ask the students how you will know that they have understood the text. They will come to realize that by answering the questions accurately, they are demonstrating that they have actually read the text, ie that they have understood the meaning behind the individual words. After your initial assessment of each of your students, you may find some of them need to start by discussing what the story is about, and even, in the early stages, by reading the story once or twice to them before they try reading it. Then, having read the story as many times as they feel they need to in order to understand the meaning, the students will complete the five comprehension questions that accompany that particular story.Questions test a variety of comprehension skills and go beyond basic recall. Most of the questions are literal, inferential or evaluative. Literal questions require the readers to be able to answer questions in the following formats: true/false, multiple choice, matching, sequencing, skimming and filling in the blanks. Inferential and evaluative questions require the reader to think beyond the words or to 'read between the lines', picking subtle clues that are not immediately obvious. These questions usually require the reader to write answers based on their understanding or opinion of the story, draw conclusions, make predictions, identify main ideas and use context to guess meaning. Some of the stories require the use of reference materials such as a dictionary, maps and diagrams.
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