Language in Action: Grammar for Key Stage 3
Nelson Thornes, 1998 - 96 pàgines
Pupils will prepare for the Key Stage 3 tests as they work through the materials and exercises that relate directly to the National Curriculum. Pupil progression, motivation and comprehension is enhanced by the use of examples placed in the context of real literacy and non-literacy extracts. Mixed-ability classes can be taught using the differentiated material at introductory, intermediate and advanced levels. The exercises can be completed by pupils either in the classroom or for homework, using the activity sheets in each book which have been specially designed for photocopying. The latest techniques have been employed to provide teachers with an up-to-date and exciting approach.
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