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Complete English for Cambridge Lower Secondary Print and Online Student Book Pack 7

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:  £25.50 +VAT

ISBN: 978-0-19-837833-4
Publication date: 24/03/2016
Pack: 160 pages

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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. The 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 through 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 pack includes one print Student Book and one online Student Book.
  • The online Student Book will be available on Oxford Education Bookshelf until 2026. Access is facilitated via a unique code, which is sent in the mail. The code must be linked to an email address, creating a user account. Access may be transferred once to an additional user.

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Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Spine-chilling suspense
Features and conventions of fiction suspense genre
2 Manic media
Journalistic writing, bias, viewpoint, facts and opinion
3 Hazardous hobbies
Poetry: Narrative and non-narrative poems from different times and cultures
4 Food for thought
Non-fiction texts to inform, explain, persuade and comment
5 Joyous journeys

Pre-20th century fiction, writing descriptive narrative
6 Dating the drama
Pre-20th century drama, playscripts, performance and dramatic structure and features of plays
7 Sizzling science
Features of science fiction and fantasy genres and what makes a successful story
8 Hairy history
Contemporary non-fiction biography and autobiography
9 Nurturing nature
Pre-20th century poetry
Reading: The Lastling by Philip Gross
Language and literacy reference