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Gazing at Stars: Stories from Asia [PDF / EPUB] Gazing at Stars: Stories from Asia This award winning collection of adapted classic literature and original stories develops reading skills for low beginning through advanced studentsAccessible language and carefully controlled vocabul This award winning collection of adapted classic literature Stars: Stories eBook ↠ and original stories develops reading skills for low beginning through advanced studentsAccessible language and carefully controlled vocabulary build students reading confidenceIntroductions at the beginning of each story, illustrations throughout, and glossaries help build comprehensionBefore, during, and after Gazing at MOBI :ß reading activities included in the back of each book strengthen student comprehensionAudio versions of selected titles provide great models of intonation and pronunciation of difficult words.


10 thoughts on “Gazing at Stars: Stories from Asia

  1. says:

    I think these stories are quite common in Myanmar, nonetheless, they are important for any person to ponder upon the questions of how traditions and cultures influence our lives Recommended to anyone who wants to read short stories on various cultural and regional experiences different people in especially India, Malaysia, and China have.


  2. says:

    I highly recommend this book, especially if you engage with multi cultural groups This is a fantastic read that will foster understanding not only of the different cultures, but also the different views expressed by the generations within those cultures The two stand out stories for me were Ridjal Noor s story titled Anil and Ovidia Yu s story titled A dream of China.


  3. says:

    I was a bit disappointed by this collection of stories as I couldn t find the empathy or positive twist that I particularly enjoy while reading, but one story A Dream of China was a masterpiece It described with much accuracy and feeling how one may see his her home country when living in exile The narrative was beautifully crafted except for the first paragraph that should have been separated from the subsequent flashback Loved the poem Lovely silent carpCircling my ornamental pondLike a w I was a bit disappointed by this collection of stories as I couldn t find the empathy or positive twist that I particularly enjoy while reading, but one story A Dream of China was a masterpiece It described with much accuracy and feeling how one may see his her home country when living in exile The narrative was beautifully crafted except for the first paragraph that should have been separated from the subsequent flashback Loved the poem Lovely silent carpCircling my ornamental pondLike a wise thought.Is all water your elementOr do you dream of wide brimming riversAs I have a dream of home I also truly enjoy the poem Accident by Gilbert Koh at the beginning of the graded reader And I,gazing at stars,stumbled over you,trippedandfell painfully in love,couldn t get upfor ages


  4. says:

    good


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