Working Through 1 2

Working Through 1  2
Author : Jenny Thomas
Publisher :
Total Pages :
Release : 2003-07
ISBN 10 : 0170950468
ISBN 13 : 9780170950466
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Working Through 1 2 Book Description:

'What shall I write about?' 'I know what I think, but how do I say it?' The instructions and exercises in this informative workbook are designed to focus on these cries from the heart of Year 11 students everywhere. This book offers students sound advice and practical work to do in search of that essential skill - good formal writing. Recent student work is used to provide realistic examples of standards and up-to-the-minute issues are offered for topics, along with the tried and true. Students will be thoroughly prepared to write well in the externally assessed standard English 1.2 and will be better able to write well in all school subjects as a result of following the advice given in this practical guide.


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