Cambridge English for Schools Starter Student's Book, Volume 1
Cambridge University Press, Sep 12, 1996 - Foreign Language Study - 96 pages
Cambridge English for Schools offers an exciting approach to English for students from eleven to sixteen years old. This five-level course for young students has won worldwide praise for its innovative approach that really works. It was the first course to be fully based on CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) principles. Cambridge English for Schools features a communicative, task-based approach where the content and concepts reflect students' own lives and interests. There is a clearly-structured, active approach to grammar with regular revision and evaluation. This course is effective with mixed-ability classes and emphasises learner choice, decision-making and autonomy. The Starter level provides around 40-60 hours of class work.
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Andrew Littlejohn,Diana Hicks
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1.1 Your ideas 1.2 Listening afternoon animal Antarctica Ask your neighbour Asking for things Australia bedroom big country Bingo Brazil Britain butterfly Cambridge English cassette centimetres Check your answers Choose Exercise Classroom phrases clock cold colours Complete the sentences Complete the table complete your Language eats England Exercise 2.1 Go north Go south Goodbye Hello Kangaroos kilometres per hour koala bears Label the pictures Language focus language points Language Record Write living room Look at Exercise Mike Richards months name's numbers o'clock pairs panda bears penguin picture in Exercise Play a game polar bear polystyrene Present simple Put a cross puzzle Record Now complete Review Your Language Say it clearly shark Sing a song speak Susan swim T-shirt teacher Tell the class Tigers tomorrow Tortoises toucan What's your name white shark Word Meaning Example Write the meanings Write your answers Zealand