Written with a range of international contexts in mind, this highly flexible, 6-level course provides coverage of the Cambridge Primary English as a Second Language syllabus. Consisting of an appealing, magazine style Student Book, extensive Workbook and supportive Teacher's Guide, the course offers progression within and across levels. The Teacher's Guides offer a clear, but differentiated path through the Student's Books by providing comprehensive, easy-to-use teacher and classroom resources, including step-by-step lesson plans, and a varied and extensive Activity Bank. The materials can be tailored to specific local contexts, and can be used alongside other resources to which teachers already have access. Collins is working with Cambridge International Examinations towards endorsement of the course.
Almost 12,000 value changes are recorded in Volume 1, with more than 2,600 of these changes seen in the United States and United Nations listings. In the U.S. Postage section, there are scattered changes, both up and down. There were 1,200 changes for the U.N listings, with a significant number of increases concentrated among modern issues. Other countries with significant value activity include the Bahamas, Benin and Bermuda. There are also several notable new listings incorporated in the U.S. listings, including a die-cutting-omitted error of the 23 Wilma Rudolph booklet pane of 10, Scott 3436c, and imperforate pair listings for the 1940 Stock Transfer stamps, Scott RD67a-RD85a.
Part of the Rapid Reading series, created to help children catch up. Rapid Reading is the UK's most comprehensive reading intervention programme. The books and unique speech-recognition software are guaranteed to motivate children with SEN and struggling readers at Key Stage 2 (1st/2nd Level)
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