Book: Stuart Cochrane «Pass Trinity - Grades 1-2 Teacher's Book»

Pass Trinity - Grades 1-2 Teacher's Book

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The "Pass Trinity" series helps students to reflect on and improve their language learning. Each title helps students to organise their work and show the very best they are capable of in their Language Portfolio, Trinity Integrated Skills Examinations (ISE I and II), or Trinity Spoken English Examinations from Grades 1-10." Pass Trinity" 1-2 is suitable for 8-12 year olds and above. Teacher’s Book features: • lesson plans for each unit and speaking prompts for the Review pages • full key and recording scripts

Издательство: "CIDEB" (2010)

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Stuart Cochrane

Stuart Cochrane was an AFL player who played for both North Melbourne Kangaroos and Port Adelaide Power. After being delisted at the end of 2005, very unlucky not to play in Port Adelaides 2004 Grand Final, Cochrane played for Central Districts in the SANFL before retiring from football after playing in a losing 2006 Grand Final side.

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