Under Attack: The Case Against Bilingual Education
Primary Colours Companion 2 is designed to be used alongside the international editions of Pupil's Book 2 and Activity Book 2 by Greek children (aged 7-9) in frontisteria and full curriculum schools. It helps with new words and grammar, together with extra practice activities for structures and lexis. There are Greek translations of all new words, explanations in Greek of key structures in King Cat's Grammar Corner and on every right hand page King Cat asks children to Think and write . This section provides the extra structural and lexical work that Greek teachers and parents expect children of this age to do both at home and in class. There is a grammar chart and an alphabetical list of new words at the back of the book. The black and white Companion supports Greek children in their first steps in English in a motivating and enjoyable way exploiting to the full the character of King Cat."
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