Chevere! Students' Book 3 Spanish for Caribbean Secondary Schools by Elaine Watson-Grant, Ingrid Kemchand
  

Synopsis

Chevere! Students' Book 3 Spanish for Caribbean Secondary Schools by Elaine Watson-Grant, Ingrid Kemchand

A four-level Spanish course written specifically for Caribbean secondary schools offering coverage of all the requirements of the curriculum, right up to CXC level. - Combines attention to grammar, with exercises and activities based on communication skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) - 12 chapters of three lessons each - each chapter covers a new theme, and each lesson is about one week's work - A wide variety of exercises and activities, under such headings as Te toca, Diviertete!,Palabras, Tarea, Recuerdas? - Self-assessment exercises at the end of every third chapter, with Answers at the back of the book, allowing students to test their own progress. - Believable characters that will appeal to students of all ages throughout the Caribbean

About the Author

Elaine Watson-Grant has taught at Wolmer's High School for Girls, Kingston, Jamaica, and is the co-author of Longman's VIVA 4: CXC. She currently teaches in the United States. Ingrid Kemchand is a teacher of Spanish and French and serves in Curriculum Development and Teacher-Training Programmes in Trinidad and Tobago.

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Format

Paperback
224 pages

Author

Elaine Watson-Grant, Ingrid Kemchand
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Publisher

Longman an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

9th March 2006

ISBN

9780582853171


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