Oxford English: An International Approach, Book 2 by Rachel Redford, Patricia Mertin


Oxford English: An International Approach, Book 2 by Rachel Redford, Patricia Mertin

This new course provides students and teachers with current, meaningful, and practical activities along a thematic approach to help students to develop skills, gain confidence and enjoy the study of English. Each book provides reading, writing, listening and speaking activities that support the development of skills, knowledge, values and attitudes. The contents link up with internationally relevant and topical issues, helping students relate the study of English to other subject areas and understand the wider importance of their study, building their enthusiasm.


These books are excellent. The reading matter and the images are thoroughly international, and the questions are naturally engaging, so they are good for any curriculum. Every student is bound to find something to like and to identify with. The grammar practice is easy for students to follow, and it has super vocabulary building exercises. It's a great resource for native speakers as well as EAL students. Gilly Halfpenny, Vienna International School, Austria It lends the MYP English Programme a degree of structure without losing any of the flexibility to bring in your own ideas. Andrew Macoustra, International School of the Hannover Region, Germany I personally think it is exciting and brings alive the different parts of the world our students are drawn from. Greg Ward, Turku International School, Finland

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192 pages


Rachel Redford, Patricia Mertin
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Publication date

10th December 2009



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