Transafrique Student's Book 1 A French Course for the Gambia by Roger Godard, Alain Pacthod, Chantal Paisant
  

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Transafrique Student's Book 1 A French Course for the Gambia by Roger Godard, Alain Pacthod, Chantal Paisant

Transafrique is a fully integrated French course, in three levels, for Junior Secondary School pupils in The Gambia. The material is lively and communicative in its approach and with its emphasis on group work, is designed with larger classes in mind. Special feature include: visual presentation - this eliminates the need for supplementary teaching aids; group work activities - these promote fluency in all skills with realistic dialogues and role plays; grammar - the key points are highlighted in clearly defined boxes; reading - the stories exploit situations with which the pupils are genuinely familiar; and revision - regularly recycles and reviews structures and vocabulary. Each level of Transafrique has: a student's book; a workbook containing additional practice material; and a teacher's book giving detailed teaching notes and a full answer key.

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Format

Paperback
96 pages

Author

Roger Godard, Alain Pacthod, Chantal Paisant
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Publisher

Macmillan Education

Publication date

7th August 2002

ISBN

9780333976746


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