What will happen when a teacher from America and a teacher from Scotland trade places? They both speak English, so it should be easy, right? But wait! French fries are called chips in Scotland while crisps are called chips in America. And a bathroom is only a bathroom in America - in Scotland it's the loo! With their students not sure what they are saying and they themselves unsure of what anyone else is talking about - how will these two teachers manage to teach? Join Miss Cue and Miss Queue for a joyous series of misadventures, misunderstandings, and mistakes of linguistic proportions as they become the students in order to learn how to navigate within a new culture.
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.17(d)|
|Age Range:||6 - 9 Years|
About the Author
Jennie M. Warmouth is a teacher and a Ph.D. Candidate researching human development and cognition at the University of Washington. Gabriel J. Ayerza holds an MFA in Creative Writing, authors weekly haikus, and is currently completing his first novel. Teacher Trade! was inspired by Warmouth's experience teaching first grade in Edinburgh, Scotland as a Fulbright Exchange Teacher.