Let's Go: Level 3

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Oxford University Press, 2000 - Foreign Language Study - 80 pages
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This course for children beginning their English language studies combines a controlled grammatical syllabus with functional dialogues, alphabet and phonics work. Classroom interaction in English is encouraged through a focus on communicative games and exercise. This new edition features the original syllabus in student books and workbooks. The teacher's books, with mid-term and final tests, have been completely rewritten with almost twice as much material. They now include special tips for teachers and reproducible activities for the classroom. New recordings of the cassettes and CDs feature more of the Student Book language. The wall charts (for levels 1-2 only) have been revised to match the new student's books.

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Ritsuko Nakata gained her BA from the University of California in Los Angeles. She has been involved in ELT for over 30 years, and is currently President of IIEEC, Teacher Training Center for English Teachers of Children, and President of AETC, The Association of English Teachers, based in Japan. Karen Frazier has 20 years experience of teaching ESL and has worked and travelled extensively throughout Asia, Europe, and North America. Barbara Hoskins gained her MA in Teaching English as a Second Language from Northern Arizona University.

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