The first Easy to Read books in Tatar have been published!
In these extraordinary times, we at Bokpil support distance learning by publishing two titles with tasks for free.
Teachers, pupils and parents are welcome to use the materials.
Easy Read books are now available also in Serbian! In the Balkans Easy Reads are still fairly unknown, but now the first Serbian books have been published.
Sabira Stahlberg’s books are being translated. This is the first time that Easy Reads, written originally in Easy Language, are translated into Serbian.
An app should help Philip study better at school.
His class is competing about results and soon everybody gets better marks.
But strange things begin to happen.
by Eleonora Pannacci. This summer I found myself in a small village called Golyamo Novo, which is situated in north-eastern Bulgaria. The village is mainly inhabited by Roma. My task was to teach English at the primary school and my main goal was to experiment a new teaching approach.
Three Easy Reads about ethics have been published in English. Philip who is known from earlier books is now a teenager. One book tells about a girl who s being bullied on the Internet. Another is about his new classmate, a refugee, and the third about his grandmother, who is suffering from dementia.
On Sunday 23 October 2016 at 13:00 / 1 pm we will present Easy Reads at LillaLuckan, Simonkatu 9, Helsinki. The event is open and free for everybody. We will speak mostly Swedish, but English and Finnish are spoken as well when needed. What is Easy Read? For whom are Easy Reads? How to use […]