Clic Teacher Guide to Transition by Veronica Harris, Kate Scappaticca


Clic Teacher Guide to Transition by Veronica Harris, Kate Scappaticca

This popular new KS3 French course offers a uniquely differentiated approach from Year 7 onwards. Our new Access resources for your reluctant learners work brilliantly alongside the updated twin-tiered (Star and Plus) core scheme, taking account of greater diversity from Year 7 and fitting all your language needs. To ensure you're fully supported, the accompanying OxBox software includes lesson planning, classroom resources, and assessment - all easily customisable for personalising both teaching and learning. In addition there are Student Books, Teacher Books, engaging audio material and En solo Workbooks. This Clic! Teacher Guide to Transition provides suggestions on how to deal with transition from KS2 to KS3, and progress through the early part of the course so that each student learns at the right pace. It contains a range of activities to bridge the gap between students who have done Primary French and those just starting out and suggests strategies for classroom organisation and differentiation.

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16 pages


Veronica Harris, Kate Scappaticca
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Publication date

16th September 2010



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