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Pen Pictures 3. Student Book

Производитель: "OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS"

An innovative three-level writing course for young learners.- A full-colour, highly-illustrated writing course which teaches young learners to develop the skills and strategies involved in the writing process.- Practice activities encourage accuracy and creativity.- As their confidence increases, learners progress from the production of sentences to paragraphs through more challenging text types.- Self-assessment tasks in the`Review Your Writing`sections and a Student Record Sheet encourage students to review their work and to think about how they can improve their writing.- Can be integrated with any course for young learners because the syllabus is based on the sequencing and grading of structures found in most leading coursebooks.

Издательство: "OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS" (2000)

ISBN: 978-0-194-33204-0

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