Der Spitze Teacher Guide by Birgit Linton, Janet Searle
  

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Der Spitze Teacher Guide by Birgit Linton, Janet Searle

An der Spitze is a 2-year course that prepares students fully for the Higher level of the GCSE in years 10 and 11. It has been revised specially to fit the requirements of the GCSE exam specifications for teaching from 2009. Written by two highly experienced teachers of GCSE German, An der Spitze aims to give students the confidence, fluency and linguistic competence required for success at Higher level. This teacher guide provides answers, teacher notes and free audio CDs with all the listening material to support the textbook: An der Spitze GCSE German Revised Edition (978 0340 991701).

About the Author

Birgit Linton is a Tutor in German at the Department of Languages and Translation Studies of the University of Surrey, where she has taught on a variety of programmes since 1991. Janet Searle has more than 25 years' experience as a teacher and examiner in MFL and is now a Chief Examiner for German. She is an experienced writer of educational texts in German and of assessment materials for German at Key Stage 4. Series Editor Mike Thacker is a former Director of the Language Centre at the University of Surrey. He is the author of several textbooks for the teaching of Spanish and has many years of experience as a senior examiner at GCSE and A-level.

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Mixed media product
Contains Spiral bound
162 pages

Author

Birgit Linton, Janet Searle
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Publication date

1st January 2007

ISBN

9781844897247


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