Exploring Words and Meanings is one of a series of source books designed to help the study of knowledge about language in the English curriculum at key stage 3, each of which contains a range of examples of language in use which highlight the variety and structure of English. In each book, an anthology of examples is followed by a section of activities which encourage pupils to explore their own language and to collect further examples for their English work. These activities explore issues of purpose and audience in relation to choices from the language system, and are selective rather than sequential. All examples are accessible to the 11-14 age group, and there is a strong emphasis on observation and description of language rather than prescription.
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One of a series of source books designed to help the study of knowledge about language in the English curriculum at key stage 3. The series arises out of work done by the LINC Project, which was concerned to provide teachers with workable materials dealing with the study of the English language.
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Descripción Cambridge University Press 1994, 1994. Estado de conservación: New. New paperback. May show some slight shelf wear but content fine and unread. Nº de ref. de la librería A150550