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Language Toolkit for New Zealand 3

Language Toolkit for New Zealand 3

Author: Andrea Hayes
$23.95(NZD)  inc GST
Description
Language Toolkit for New Zealand Book 3 is a workbook to support the development of language and literacy skills through various communication modes. Students will develop the skills they need to read, view, listen and speak, and to write and create their own texts in a variety of contexts and for a variety of audiences and purposes. The units in Language Toolkit for New Zealand Book 3 are organised around different text types, including multimodal texts that provide a context for the development of language skills. * Grammatical rules are clearly and simply explained. * Comprehension, grammar, spelling, punctuation and vocabulary exercises build language and literacy skills. * Spelling lists and dictionary exercises encourage vocabulary development and confidence. * Revision exercises allow students to review their progress and strengthen their understanding and confidence from one unit to the next.
Table of contents
Unit 1. Information text - non-fiction article; Unit 2. Interviews; Unit 3. Information text - newspaper article; Unit 4. Literary text - personal responses; Revision tools Units 1-4; Unit 5. Literary text - poetry; Unit 6. Personal recount; Unit 7. Responsive writing - film reviews; Unit 8. Persuasive text - speech; Revision tools Units 5-8; Unit 9. Interviews; Unit 10. Literary text - Shakespeare; Unit 11. Literary text - first-person narratives; Unit 12. Literary text - descriptive writing; Revision tools Units 9-12; Unit 13 Visual text - advertising; Unit 14. Persuasive text - opinion articles; Unit 15. Literary text - descriptive writing; Unit 16. Literary text - characters; Revision tools; Units 13-16.
Stock Information

General Fields

  • : 9781107639355
  • : Cambridge University Press
  • : Cambridge University Press
  • : June 2011
  • : 280mm X 210mm X 10mm
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : 168
  • : Andrea Hayes
  • : Paperback
  • : Student Manual/Study Guide