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Oxford English: An International Approach Student Book 4 by Rachel Redford
  

Oxford English: An International Approach Student Book 4

Rachel Redford

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Oxford English: An International Approach Student Book 4 by Rachel Redford

Oxford English provides students and teachers with current, meaningful, and practical activities with a thematic approach to help students to develop skills, gain confidence and enjoy the study of English. It has been developed specifically for international schools and Part 4 has been designed to address the Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language syllabus. 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.

Reviews

Ideal for learners of English just below first language parity. An abundant and varied set of materials that stimulate the international student and a must have series for schools serious about elevating standards of English. Our department of ten love teaching from the series and students love learning from it. * Graham Baker, New English School, Kuwait * The chapters are wide enough to offer a lot of teacher input and involvement, the topics are wide enough to stray from what's on offer in the book, and there's enough substance in the three chapters we've looked at so far to stick to the text if we want to. * Katherine Kells, Lorentz Lyceum, Netherlands * The student workbook is also a great combination of writing, grammar and vocabulary building activities. It is right at their level, and it incorporates the multiple intelligences. * Kathleen Jasonides, American Community College of Athens, Greece * Oxford English: an international approach is essential for international students. It deals with the problems bilingual students encounter. * Dr. S. J. Tariq, Lilongwe Private School, Malawi *

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
224 pages

Author

Rachel Redford
More books by Rachel Redford

Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

2nd September 2010

ISBN

9780199126675


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