Clic!: 3: Students' Book Star by Daniele Bourdais, Sue Finnie
  

Synopsis

Clic!: 3: Students' Book Star by Daniele Bourdais, Sue Finnie

This popular new KS3 French course has a uniquely differentiated approach from Year 7 onwards. The core course has separate Students Books (STAR and PLUS) to help you manage the greater diversity of prior language learning at Year 7, and now includes new Access resources to help your most reluctant learners. Clic! comes with OxBox software that includes lesson planning, classroom resources, and assessment and is easy to customise to personalise both teaching and learning. The course also comes with engaging audio material, En solo workbooks and helpful Teacher Resource Books. The lower tier Student Book at Year 9 is STAR and you can use the new Access Student Books as further support for your lower attainers. Students like the clear structure, accessible layout, manageable grammar, and skills progression found in the STAR tier. It also has a wealth of language support on the page. The content is always motivating and engaging and includes real world and vocational links. It has a mature approach that Year 9s enjoy, covering issues that students can connect with.

Reviews

I love it! It is fantastic, very exciting, engaging for students. I particularly love the grammar aspects, video clips and the idea of ICT tasks. Comment at most recent focus group about Year 7 sample unit

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
160 pages

Author

Daniele Bourdais, Sue Finnie
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Publisher

Oxford University Press
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Publication date

29th May 2008

ISBN

9780199127009


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