Book: Peter Viney «Fast Track to Reading: Accelerated Learning for EFL and ESOL Students. Course Book (+ Audio CD)»

Fast Track to Reading: Accelerated Learning for EFL and ESOL Students. Course Book (+ Audio CD)

Производитель: "Garnet"

Fast Track to Reading is an accelerated reading programme designed for adult learners of English who are not readily able to read the Roman alphabet. It can be used for students who cannot read at all and for students who cannot cope with reading at speed. It is designed for adult learners of English who already have a concept of reading: those who can read and write in a linear phonetic language such as Arabic or Farsi, and those who are conversant with pictographic languages such as Mandarin or Cantonese. However, it can also be used with students who have yet to gain a concept of reading. Fast Track to Reading can be used before starting a course where reading is an integral element, or as a reading element in parallel with a simple starter-level course. In mixed ability classes where only some students are unfamiliar with the English alphabet, the programme can be used for self-study outside class.

Издательство: "Garnet" (2009)

ISBN: 978-1-85964-489-8

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