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A Resource Book for Teachers of Young Students

Author

Jean Greenwood

Language variety

British English

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$50.00 Spiral bound
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Spiral bound

ISBN

9780521498708

Date Published

March 1997

Product description

This resource book for teachers of young students contains a bank of motivating activities to supplement course material. The eight sections are full of useful ideas for fun activities in a variety of teaching situations. Activities range from 'getting to know you' activities to games that practise the alphabet, numbers and spelling as well as activities that focus on vocabulary, writing, grammar and longer projects. Each activity is explained using step-by-step instructions with photocopiable material on facing pages. * Material to suit students of different levels * A combination of tried and tested activities as well as more innovative material * Carefully chosen contexts designed to make the learning process fun, meaningful and memorable for younger students * A wide variety of task types which allow students to work individually, in pairs, in groups or as a whole class.

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