Chispas: Pupil Book 1 Level 1 by Rosa Maria Martin, Martyn Ellis
  

Synopsis

Chispas: Pupil Book 1 Level 1 by Rosa Maria Martin, Martyn Ellis

A primary Spanish course that fosters active communication through the teaching of everyday vocabulary and structures that children can immediately use to talk about their own lives. - Introduces children to Spanish using songs, activities and reinforcement exercises - Develops speaking and listening skills through the use of simple audio texts with visuals - Presents clear lesson objectives and displays new words in attractive Word Boxes - Includes Grammar Boxes which take children through new grammar points they ha ve learned - Provides a variety of stimulating activities, using co-operative learning - Easy to use by both specialist and non-specialist teachers. As of January 2015 this and other selected titles for Caribbean schools became part of Hodder Education.

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Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Rosa Maria Martin, Martyn Ellis
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Publisher

Heinemann an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

6th April 2005

ISBN

9780435984823


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