Atlanta, GA, July 27, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Author and photographer, Jacqueline DeBusk, produced another English education book this year. Her latest book titled "Pharaohs and Phonics: Biblical Word Lists by Sound" will assist English learners of all ages.
For those teaching language arts in a Christian environment, DeBusk's new book, published on Amazon’s Kindle, will be especially pleased that Pharaohs and Phonics uses the Bible as a text reference. Each word includes a specific verse where the word can be found. Instructors and tutors can offer students specific reading practice with each word in biblical context.
Lists within the book are categorized by sounds, including beginning, ending, vowel, and blends. Pharaohs and Phonics draws upon verses specifically from the New International Version (NIV) Bible for the thousands of words it contains. With this many words in over 100 lists, this book offers the foundations for as many or more language lessons as it has lists.
DeBusk is a former literacy teacher who has found language acquisition within a relevant language task, such as learning to read the Bible, produces the greatest success. DeBusk is an avid stock photographer, also, and used her own art work on Pharaohs and Phonics' cover.
Pharaohs and Phonics is DeBusk's fifth Kindle publication. Her first publication offered for teaching English is titled "Feast on English: Teaching ESL from the Kitchen," and remains available on Amazon, also.