Macmillan Primary English for Rwanda Pupil's Book 2 by Sandra Slater
  

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Macmillan Primary English for Rwanda Pupil's Book 2 by Sandra Slater

Macmillan Primary English for Rwanda is a six-level course for Rwandan primary schools. It introduces the structures and functions of English throughout a variety of stimulating activities. The early levels focus on building vocabulary, listening and speaking, as well as introducing reading and writing. At the upper levels, these skills are developed and practised through more demanding work in cross-curricular contexts. Each level provides: a pupil's book - illustrated in full colour throughout; and a teacher's book - with detailed lessons plans and ideas for further activities.

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Format

Paperback
96 pages

Author

Sandra Slater
More books by Sandra Slater

Publisher

Macmillan Education

Publication date

22nd December 2003

ISBN

9780333925997


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