A Medal for Ranger Day
Oxford University Press, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
English Time is a six-level communicative course for chidren who are studying English for the first time. The series develops students' speaking, listening, reading, and, writing skills through activities that appeal to their curiosity and sense of fun.
The syllabus progresses at a natural, steady pace and offers students many opportunities to practice new language. Three recurring characters-- Ted, Annie, and Digger the dog-- help to maintain students interest and involvement throughout the series.
English Time is preceded by the two-level introductory series Magic Time. These two series can be separately or as one complete eight-level course.
Each level of 'English Time' contains :
* Student Book
* Story Book
* Audio Cassete and CD
* Storybook Audio Cassette
* Picture and Word Card Book
* Teacher's Book
* Wall Charts
'English Time' storybook4 presents the language and main characters of 'English Time' Student Book 4' in a continuing story. An audio cassette for Storybook 4 is available.
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