ISBN: 9781869685072

Introducing English for Speakers of Other Languages

 20.00

This ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) resource provides both written and oral exercises that are designed to provide natural learning experiences to expand and extend English vocabulary.

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ISBN: 9781869685072
Author(s) : Peter Clutterbuck
SKU: 9781869685072
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This ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) resource provides both written and oral exercises that are designed to provide natural learning experiences to expand and extend English vocabulary. The book is geared to provide the same step-by-step learning process that students used when acquiring their first language. In a simple, user-friendly manner, the book takes students from basic oral activities to basic sounds and words and then onto more complex word understanding.

Packed with ideas and activities along with revision, reinforcement and extension exercises, this book provides a vibrant and complete ESOL programme for your students.

Topics covered include:

  • Developing a working vocabulary
  • The English alphabet
  • Vowel sounds
  • Initial consonant blends
  • Vowel Diagraphs
  • Special words
  • and much more

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A4 Photocopiable Teacher Resource Book – 64 Pages (B/W)

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Publication Year:

2008

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