Oxford English: An International Approach: Exam Workbook 4 For IGCSE as a Second Language by Chris Akhurst
  

Oxford English: An International Approach: Exam Workbook 4 For IGCSE as a Second Language

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Oxford English: An International Approach: Exam Workbook 4 For IGCSE as a Second Language by Chris Akhurst

Written by a CIE examiner, this exam workbook for IGCSE as a Second Language provides a wealth of prepared activities and worksheets to improve students' skills for the written tasks of the exam. These activities follow topics from the Students' Book and use examples from the reading material to make tasks relevant and meaningful. Activities develop skills in reading comprehension, note-making, summary writing, formal and informal writing, including essay planning and information transfer. It is ideal for in-class or homework support and reinforcement of learning.

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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

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Paperback
80 pages

Author

Chris Akhurst
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

1st September 2010

ISBN

9780199127269


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