The Oxford Primary French Dictionary is the perfect reference tool for all primary schools teaching Modern Languages as part of the curriculum to pupils aged 7-11. This alphabetical dictionary has a user-friendly design, two clearly distinguished separate halves, the alphabet down the side of each page, and colour headwords that lead the pupil straight to the translation they are looking for. It gives core vocabulary with phrases and context examples, as well as special level-appropriate language tips on grammar and usage and cultural tips about life in France. The dictionary has been designed to meet the requirements of the new Framework for Languages in KS2 and will be a useful resource not only for pupils, but also for primary teachers who may be teaching the language for the first time, and for parents who need to help their child with homework. This new dictionary will support and guide, and help create an enthusiasm for finding out about other languages and cultures.
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Description du livre Oxford University Press, 2007. Paperback. État : New. Ingela Peterson (illustrateur). book. N° de réf. du libraire M0199113084