[share_ebook] First Impressions Elementary Reading Skills

ISBN: 0582791103

Language: English

Category: Cultures


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Samuela Eckstut, D. Lubelska, Sue Parker,  First Impressions Elementary Reading Skills

Longman | August 10, 1989 | ISBN: 0582791103 | Pages: 81 | PDF | 14 MB

 
FIRST IMPRESSIONS includes the following special features:
* A wide range of text types and written styles, including newspaper and magazine articles, technical information, advertisements, interesting facts, humour and song lyrics.
* Topics carefully selected to stimulate students’ interest and encourage a personal response.
* Motivating tasks to activate vocabulary or improve students’ ability to read effectively for different purposes, such as reading for gist and reading for detailed information.
Skills is a series of supplementary books which are rich in content, systematic in the development of each skill area, and easy to use.The materials have been designed for maximum flexibility so they can be used to supplement a coursebook or to construct programmes tailored to particular needs. In addition, the reading, writing and listening titles can be used for self-study.
 

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