By Peter Watcyn- Jones
Crammar video games and actions for lecturers КУЛЬТУРА и ИСКУССТВО,НАУКА и УЧЕБА Название: Crammar: video games and actions for academics Автор: Peter Watcyn- Jones Издательство: Penguin Books Год: 1995 Страниц: 185 Формат: djvu Размер: 2.36 Мб Язык: английский Эта книга является отличным помощником для учителей английского языка. Здесь можно найти a hundred and twenty игр для групповых и индивидуальных занятий, которые помогут в освоении грамматики английского языка. Также игры разбиты на уровни. Crammar video games and actions for lecturers is a useful resource ebook by means of Peter Watcyn-Jones, the writer of the best-selling try out YOUR VOCABULARY sequence. it's divided into twoparts: half 1 provides special teacher's notes for every job, whereas half 2 comprises the variouscards, handouts, and so forth. to be photocopied. There are a hundred and twenty actions for instructing and revisinggrammar. those diversity from uncomplicated to complicated and lots of include fabric to be photocopiedand fastened on card. they've been devised for pair paintings, staff paintings and infrequently wholeclass actions and feature been grouped into 11 major sections which come with jigsaw reading,bingo and board video games. academics are inspired to conform those actions to fit their very own school room scenario. eighty five 1 2 three four five
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