Graded Assessment Tests English 1 Practice in the Basic Skills for the Caribbean by Cecil Gray, David Newton, D. Smith
  

Graded Assessment Tests English 1 Practice in the Basic Skills for the Caribbean

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Graded Assessment Tests English 1 Practice in the Basic Skills for the Caribbean by Cecil Gray, David Newton, D. Smith

Graded Assessment Tests English 1 wirtten for students aged 7-11 are designed to be used alongside any main course to provide extra practice either in the classroom or at home. The 4 books are divided into papers covering a variety of different topics, including many new exercises to ensure students gain a thorough grounding in the basic skills of English. The features of the book are: * tests to provide carefully graded practice exercises * full coverage of different skills such as spelling, grammar, comprehension and vocabulary * full coverage of primary syllabuses across the region and a wide variety of questions to reinforce and test learning * boxes at the end of each test and a final grid allowing pupils, teachers and parents to monitor progress They can be used throughout the year or as tests at the end of term. Clearly laid out and attractive, the tests also provide space for pupils to write in their answers.

About the Author

Cecil Gray is well-known throughout the Caribbean for his work in language education. Formerly director of the In-service programme at the University of the West Indies, he has written a variety of textbooks for use in Caribbean Schools.

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Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Cecil Gray, David Newton, D. Smith
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Publisher

Longman an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

10th December 1990

ISBN

9780582050235


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