Telescope 1 Student's Book by Ian Maun, Richard Marsden
  

Synopsis

Telescope 1 Student's Book by Ian Maun, Richard Marsden

Special features of Telescope 1 are: a logical, organised approach to the learning of language structures. The use of texts whose content and level will genuinely interest Y10 students. Simple explanations, in English, within the units, of key grammatical patterns. Imaginative, motivating tasks. Information about a world-wide French-speaking locations. Three 'Tout compris!' units, one for each term, to check progress and enjoy consolidating the language that has been learned, in a variety of 'fun' formats and different contexts. The varied listening material includes recordings of almost all stimulus texts. Pronunciation is a key focus. Frequent ICT opportunities, use of email contents and Internet links. Target language rubrics throughout, glossed at the back of the book. A user-friendly grammar index and reference section. A generous supply of differentiation worksheets for the less able and for the quicker learner. Homework tasks identified. Presentation/Practice Copymasters; differentiated worksheets; extra grammar/homework practice sheets; and assessment material in the teacher's Repromaster Book.

About the Author

Richard Marsden is an experienced and well-respected author of several coursebooks and resource books for secondary French and German, including Je t'ecoute, and Klartext. With many years' experience as head of a Modern Languages department, he now works as a full-time frcelance teacher trainer, examiner and writer. Ian Maun has also moved from full-time teaching -including long experience as an MFL head of department - to full-time freclance language work, including the writing of language resources, examining, PGCE lecturing at Exeter University, and translation.

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Format

Paperback
160 pages

Author

Ian Maun, Richard Marsden
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Publisher

Hodder Murray an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

25th July 2001

ISBN

9780719578267


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