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Cambridge Connection English Level 7 Workbook for ICSE Schools
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  • ISBN:9781108440240
  • Format:Paperback
  • Subject(s):English Language and Literature
  • Qualification:ICSE
  • Author(s):Nandita Mukerji
  • Available from: August 2017

Based on the latest CISCE curriculum, this is a language-rich series for the teaching and learning of English for classes 1 to 8.

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  • DESCRIPTION

    The Workbooks are designed to complement the Coursebooks. The units correspond to those in the Coursebooks to provide ample practice and fortify the concepts learnt. Revision Units have been provided at regular intervals to assess learning. Comprehension section allows learners to hone reading skills and strengthen literal, inferential and evaluative comprehension.

  • Contents
  • FEATURES
    • Language in Use reinforces grammar structures through ample exercises

    • Word Power enriches vocabulary

    • Dictionary Skills, Spelling and Punctuation offer additional practice

    • Writing section develops creative and coherent written expression

    • Revision Units at regular intervals allow learners to assess learning

    • Comprehension section allows learners to hone reading skills and strengthen literal, inferential and evaluative comprehension

  • CONTENTS
    • Introduction
    • An Extraordinary Feat
    • Engine Trouble
    • His First Flight
    • Revision Unit 1
    • The New Doll
    • Flames in the Forest
    • A Sound of Thunder
    • Revision Unit 2
    • Mr Sherlock Holmes
    • Boyhood Days
    • The Luncheon
    • Revision Unit 3
    • A Midsummer Night's Dream (Part 1)
    • A Midsummer Night's Dream (Part 2)
    • The Blue Carbuncle
    • Revision Unit 4
    • Comprehension

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