By Dermot Murphy
Getting the Message is a brand new three-level supplementary direction designed to stimulate and expand scholars' abilities and curiosity in studying. it's aimed toward scholars from eleven or 12 to sixteen years previous, from easy to intermediate point. There are ten topic-based devices in each one point. the subjects were rigorously selected for the perfect age staff and a wide selection of textual content forms is roofed. The texts are especially written or tailored to permit cautious grading of language and content material applicable to the extent. each one unit features a diversity of actions designed to strengthen analyzing talents, extra vocabulary and grammar workouts, follow-up undertaking paintings associated with the subject, and a constructing talents part, which permits scholars to evaluate and speak about their analyzing abilities. A cassette containing recordings of the analyzing texts accompanies every one point and a unmarried Teacher's consultant to all 3 degrees is offered.
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