TITLE

To the teacher:

AUTHOR(S)
LAIDLAW, CAROLINE
PUB. DATE
January 2000
SOURCE
Amazing Horses;2000, preceding p4
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
A chapter from the book "Amazing Horses" is presented. It contains English language teaching (ELT) materials about horses and provides a short instruction to teachers regarding the proper usage of this book and its contents. It also provides varied reading practice materials for the five levels of language difficulty namely beginner, elementary A, elementary B, intermediate and upper intermediate. It also contains a language syllabus which includes a wider vocabulary range which focuses on horses and their relationship with humans.
ACCESSION #
43701056

 

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