GCSE French for OCR Teacher's Resources Book by Sarah Provan


GCSE French for OCR Teacher's Resources Book by Sarah Provan

GCSE French for OCR is a flexible and motivating course for the new GCSE French specification. The course develops transferable skills and offers a problem-solving approach to language learning for all GCSE French students. Endorsed by OCR for the GCSE French specification, the course provides extensive practice and preparation for controlled assessments and unitised exams. GCSE French for OCR Teacher's Resource Book provides: * full planning guidance for teaching with GCSE French for OCR * planning sections for every page of the Students' Book, with cross-references to other course components and suggestions for starters and plenaries * clear and concise teaching notes to present and practise the key language, grammar and skills in each unit, and to help prepare students for controlled assessments * indications of Languages Ladder grades for all activities * coverage of PLTS on each teaching spread highlighted for ease of planning * complete answers and transcripts for all Students' Book activities * editable Activity and Assessment Sheets on CD for you to customise and print off for reinforcement of key grammar and skills and for to provide further extension material

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Mixed media product
Contains Paperback and CD-ROM
208 pages


Sarah Provan
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Publication date

2nd July 2009



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