Comete 1: Student's Book by Daniele Bourdais, Sue Finnie
  

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Comete 1: Student's Book by Daniele Bourdais, Sue Finnie

The only KS2 French course with continuity between KS2 and KS3. Comete 1 is the first part in a fully-sequenced and linguistically coherent 9-14/16 programme. Comete 1 is aimed at Year 5 pupils and Comete 2 for Year 6. It meets all the requirements of the KS2 Scheme of Work and also incorporates the approach and methodology of the new Modern Foreign Languages Framework. Comete has been written specifically with the needs of non-specialist teachers in mind and provides step-by-step guidance for them, a Teacher CD and complete lesson plans for all units. With a strong cultural emphasis throughout, pupils discover language-learning in a fun and exciting way. This fully-integrated course includes the following components: Student's Book; Workbook; Teacher's Book; Flashcards; Resource & Activity Pack; Class CD and Teacher CD. The Student's Book contains a wide variety of activities on all four skills and a regular Neo cartoon feature in each unit.

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Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Daniele Bourdais, Sue Finnie
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Publisher

Oxford University Press
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Publication date

22nd January 2004

ISBN

9780199124091


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