A Vos Marques!: An Accelerated French Course: Student's Book

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Routledge, Jan 23, 2006 - Foreign Language Study - 360 pages
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A Vos Marques! is an introductory course for students taking French as an option alongside their main degree course. It has been developed specifically for false beginners: students who have a slight acquaintance with the language.
The course comprises a student's book, teacher's book and 180 minutes of audio (available for free download at http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415157285/ ) and, through fifteen chapters, follows the progress of an English-speaking student studying in Paris, whose achievements are designed to reflect those of the course user.
Special features include:
* activities involving pair and group work
* an aid to self-assessment at the end of each chapter
* hints on vocabulary learning
* clear and accessible layout including integrated cartoons.
The guidance offered by the teachers book is of particular importance, as lower-level classes in universities are often taught by native-speaking lecturers with little or no teaching training or experience.

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Sandy Tippett-Spirtou is a Lecturer and Brigitte Edelston is a Lectrice at the University of Dundee. Alison Andrews is a former lecturer at the University of Dundee.

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