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Complete English for Cambridge Lower Secondary 8: Cambridge Checkpoint and beyond

Build vital language skills, and challenge learners to think critically

Series Editor Dean Roberts, Author Tony Parkinson, and Author Alan Jenkins

Suitable for:  Cambridge Lower Secondary and Checkpoint English learners, aged 11-14

Price:  £19.50

ISBN: 978-0-19-836466-5
Publication date: 03/03/2016
Paperback: 160 pages
Dimensions: 276x219mm

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Description

Ensure your Cambridge students achieve their best at Cambridge Lower Secondary and the Cambridge Checkpoint test, whatever their language ability. Matched to the Cambridge syllabus, this step-by-step, stretching approach supports progression to the next stage of their education, including Cambridge IGCSE.


Features

  • Cover all components of the Cambridge syllabus using varied and engaging activities, arranged by theme.
  • Improve language skills with extensive writing, grammar and vocabulary practice.
  • Encourage wider reading and foster a love of literature, using international, age-appropriate fiction
  • Build learners' confidence with extra speaking and listening activities and targeted assessment support.
  • Use clear scaffolding to support first and additional language learners and lay the foundations for future success at IGCSE and beyond.

This page was last updated on 20 January 2019 at 04:30 GMT

Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Foodies' delight
Development of writing skills including spelling, sentence construction, punctuation, and stylistic techniques
2 Amazing arts
Development of reading skills including inference, setting, and drama
3 Terrific technology
Development of speaking and listening skills to explain ideas clearly and give presentations
4 Unnatural nature
Non-fiction: Use of imagery, metaphors, and personification
5 Fabulous hobbies

Features and conventions of non-fiction texts
6 Alarming journeys
Features of poetry across different times and cultures
7 Heroic history
Myths and legends from different cultures
8 Exciting escapades
Contemporary fiction: Introducing stories and characters
9 Tremendous television
Non-fiction: Features of articles and letters
Reading: Sky Hawk by Gill Lewis
Language and literacy reference