By Carol Pugliano-Martin, Carol Pugliano
Flip your lecture room right into a readers' theater with this pleasant number of brief, easy performs on subject matters children adore-pets, dinosaurs, house, wasting a teeth, birthday events, making new associates, going to varsity, and lots of extra. those energetic performs comprise cute illustrations that help the textual content in addition to rhymes, repition, and predictable language to assist bolster younger kid's examining and oral language talents. Comes entire with instructing innovations and cross-curricular extensions. to be used with Grades K-1.
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A good demonstration in the dan gers of White attacking Black's strong pawn structure. Black's king in the cen tre was well covered by the unmoved pawns and Black was able to operate effectively on the flanks. The next g ame will see a key feature of the Sniper in an area that has had limited theoretical coverage - the 8 . b6 pawn sacrifice. It will show the pres sure Black gets against White's weak queenside pawn structure and how Black can gain great activity playing in what I would term 'Benko-style' (there are many features akin to the Benko Gambit Accepted).
As!? c4. ds. ab8 17 b3 ... 10 exds 10 'ih'e1 is examined in Game 12, and 10 'it>b1 in Game 13. 10 tt:Jxds 11 tt:Jxc6 bxc6 17 .. 'i¥c6! txfs 'ilc3 !. d4 The alternative 12 tt:Jxds runs into problems in the forthcoming variation. Watch out for 17 ... 'i¥c6! and then 18 .. , which are important moves that could justify White's decision not to play this way: 12 ... bc8! (it may appear that Black is just a piece down but in fact White has a lost position ! fd8! (with the simple idea of remov ing the c2 defender by ...
B 3 l:tc8 11 h4 36 Black does better to think about de fensive measures first. The text move overprotects e7 and waits for the ac tion to arrive. 15 g4?! It was reported by Stohl that Rad jabov confessed after the game he got confused and mixed up the sharp lines. i'as 16 f4 lt:Jc4 17 i.. xc4 llxc4 18 i.. xf6 i.. xd2 fS, as played in M a in L in e 1 : Q u e e n s ide Kn ig h t- 3 liJ c3 cs! Georgiev, Wijk aan Zee 1985, leads to equality. th6 ! ixg7 �xg7 18 liJd5 and we transpose to Games 8-9, albeit with one extra move from both sides.
25 Just-Right Plays for Emergent Readers: Reproducible Thematic With Cross-Curricular Extension Activities by Carol Pugliano-Martin, Carol Pugliano