Книга: «Oxford Read and Discover: Level 1: Art»
Серия: "Oxford Read and Discover"
This exciting new series of non-fiction readers provides interesting and educational content, with activities and project work. The readers are graded at four levels, from 3 to 6, suitable for students from age 8 and older. They can support Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL), and cover a broad range of topics, within three curriculum areas: The World of Science and Technology The Natural World The World of Arts and Social Studies Also available for each reader:* Activity Book. * Audio CD Pack (Reader and Audio CD). * Teacher's Notes and CLIL guidance.
Издательство: "Oxford University Press"
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|Oxford Read and Discover: Level 4: Animals in Art Activity Book||Additional reading, writing, and grammar practice for each chapter of the reader Consolidation activities A book review Answers to the activities can be found on the teacher's website — @Oxford University Press, @ @Oxford Read and Discover @ @ Подробнее...||345||бумажная книга|
|Level 5. Our World in Art Audio Pack||Containing the book and an access card with audio download. Read and discover all about our world in art... What are still lifes? Why do artists use perspective — @Oxford University Press, @ @Oxford Read and Discover @ @ Подробнее...||2016||602||бумажная книга|
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