Developing Spanish Photocopiable Language Activities for Beginners by Anna  Grassi, Cristina Kollinger Collesei
  

Synopsis

Developing Spanish Photocopiable Language Activities for Beginners by Anna Grassi, Cristina Kollinger Collesei

A series of three photocopiable activity books for teaching Spanish to beginners, suitable for both primary and secondary schools, extra-curricular clubs and to use at home. The series provides lively, appealing teaching resources that encourage the acquisition and immediate use of Spanish in a communicative and natural way. The books follow the proven, successful formula of Developing French. They support the Key Stage 2 Framework for Languages and the QCA scheme of work for Spanish, and the content is compatible with the 5-14 Guidelines for Scotland and the curricula for the Republic and Northern Ireland.

About the Author

Cristina Kollinger is a native Spanish speaker. She has a masters degree in modern languages and is an experienced language teacher. Anna Grassi studied modern languages and literature at the University of Turin and trained as a language teacher under the British Council in Milan.

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Paperback
64 pages

Author

Anna Grassi, Cristina Kollinger Collesei
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Publication date

1st January 2007

ISBN

9780713679212


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