French Vocabulary for Key Stage 3 and Common Entrance by John Ellis, Richard Gordon
  

Synopsis

French Vocabulary for Key Stage 3 and Common Entrance by John Ellis, Richard Gordon

This vocabulary book contains over 100 pages, covering all the topics in the 13+ French syllabus making it ideal for all Key Stage 3 and Common Entrance pupils. Clearly arranged by topic, the book is divided into basic and advanced vocabulary to stretch the most able pupils. - Endorsed by ISEB - Includes all the vocabulary required for Key Stage 3, Common Entrance and other entrance exams at 13+ to ensure pupils know the French vocabulary required at this level - Material is arranged by topic for ease of learning - The clear and structured format of the book makes it ideal for revision and independent learning outside the classroom

About the Author

About the authors Richard Gordon was head of MFL at the Dragon School, Oxford for over a decade, and was an IAPS MFL coordinator, running residential and refresher courses. He then took over as Chief Setter of the French Common Academic Scholarship and 13+ Common Entrance examinations before becoming Head of Town Close House, Norwich. John Ellis worked for many years as a teacher of French and Classics at the Dragon School, Oxford, and is responsible for this latest version of French Vocabulary for Key Stage 3 and Common Entrance. About ISEB The Independent Schools Examinations Board (ISEB) offers examinations for pupils transferring from junior to independent senior schools at the age of 11+ and 13+. The syllabuses are devised and regularly monitored by ISEB, which is composed of representatives from the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference, the Girl's School Association and the Incorporated Association of Preparatory Schools.

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Format

Paperback
112 pages

Author

John Ellis, Richard Gordon
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Publication date

1st January 2006

ISBN

9780903627467


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