Asset French: Teacher's Guide by Marie Gatfield, Margaret Peaty
  

Asset French: Teacher's Guide

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Asset French: Teacher's Guide by Marie Gatfield, Margaret Peaty

The Asset French series has been written specifically for the Asset French exams. Endorsed by Asset/OCR, it provides comprehensive support in preparing students for the Asset Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing papers at Breakthrough, Preliminary and Intermediate stages. The Asset French series consists of: a Listening Workbook, a Speaking Workbook, a Reading Workbook, a Writing Workbook, a Teacher Guide and an Audio CD Pack. This Asset French Teacher Guide offers guidance and materials for both external and teacher assessment. It contains all the teacher's notes, answers and transcripts that you need, plus Schemes of Work and sample vocabulary lists to save you planning time. It also includes advice on adapting exemplar tasks for teacher assessment at Breakthrough, Preliminary and Intermediate stages.

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Paperback
112 pages

Author

Marie Gatfield, Margaret Peaty
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Publisher

Oxford University Press
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Publication date

10th November 2011

ISBN

9780199128624


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