This is a language series written specifically for the institution-wide language programmes (IWLPs) now offered to most HE students. These programmes teach languages to non-specialist undergraduates, that is engineers, historians etc. studying a language in addition to their main degree subject. The series is designed to cover the two semester year, with in-built supplementary material to cater for different numbers of contact hours. Written by experienced IWLP practitioners the series is tailored to the needs of HE students. This is a complete beginner's course. Two cassettes are available with a site licence included in the price. Tapescripts are available free on request.About the Author:
DOUNIA BISSAR is Senior Lecturer in French at the University of North London. As French Coordinator on the Open Language Programme, she has developed the generic course syllabi and assessment instruments, as well as designing teaching/learning materials (including self-study) for French. Her research interests are in discourse analysis and its application to language teaching, particularly the grammar of French. She has also written papers on language testing. - HELEN PHILLIPS is the Director of the Open Language Programme at the University of North London, one of the largest IWLP'S in the UK. She has taught French on various commercial language training courses and at undergraduate level. She is the co-author of En Train de Parler, a French language course written for Eurostar, and has written papers on the management of Institution Wide Language Programmes. - C?CILE TSCHIRHART is Senior Lecturer in French at the University of North London. She has also taught at Liverpool John Moores University and City of Liverpool Community College. She has written a number of papers on independent study and developed teaching and learning materials for students and staff. She is the independent learning coordinator on the IWLP at the University of North London.
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Descripción Palgrave Macmillan, 2001. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 0333919920