Encore Tricolore by Sylvia Honnor, Heather Mascie-Taylor, Alan Wesson
  

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Encore Tricolore by Sylvia Honnor, Heather Mascie-Taylor, Alan Wesson

This course in French is for the National Curriculum. Stages 1 to 3 offer complete coverage of Key Stage 3, with one book per year. Stages 4 and 5 prepares students fully for GCSE/National Curriculum Key Stage 4 tests and Standard Grade. This new edition of the Tricolore series: combines familiar material and learning styles with a structured approach to the National Curriculum; offers dynamic student-centred learning for all abilities: combines a lively communicative approach with a clear structural and grammatical progression; activities and exercises, including dictionary work and language awareness items, build up skills of individual and group work; each unite starts with learning objectives, and concludes with a summary section; cassettes provide new, up-to-date authentic spoken material; cross-curricular work is an integral part of the course, with IT opportunities flagged in the teacher's books - software packages linked to Encore Tricolore are also available; suggestions for differentiation are provided in the teacher's books, offering the key to successful classroom French for mixed ability groups; and emphasis is placed thoughout on the use of the target language. This full-colour students' book offers French in an accessible, user-friendly form.

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Format

Paperback
176 pages

Author

Sylvia Honnor, Heather Mascie-Taylor, Alan Wesson
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Publisher


www.nelsonthornes.com

Publication date

21st March 1994

ISBN

9780174396963


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