Dime: Spanish for Caribbean Secondary Schools Workbook 1 by Malva Lewis, Yolanda Nelson-Springer, Erskine Padmore
  

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Dime: Spanish for Caribbean Secondary Schools Workbook 1 by Malva Lewis, Yolanda Nelson-Springer, Erskine Padmore

The Dime series has been written specifically for Caribbean secondary schools by a team of highly experienced Spanish teachers. It deals with the regional practicalities of learning Spanish for a Latin American context and provides a comprehensive foundation for students at the lower secondary levels up to and including those sitting Spanish at CSEC level. Numerous exercises and the functional nature of the series enable students to practice and become proficient in all four key skills: speaking, reading, writing and listening. This title is suitable for all Caribbean Secondary Spanish syllabuses. It is full colour throughout. Gradual progression in the presentation of language structures gives students the opportunity to absorb grammar and vocabulary more fully. Projects and related activities allow students to explore the Spanish language and to discover the similarities and differences between their own country and the Hispanic speaking world.

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Paperback
80 pages

Author

Malva Lewis, Yolanda Nelson-Springer, Erskine Padmore
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Publisher

Macmillan Education

Publication date

25th March 2003

ISBN

9780333959404


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