Ccea Gcse English Language Third Edition Student Book

Author: Amanda Barr
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1471888665
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Exam Board: CCEA Level: GCSE Subject: English First Teaching: September 2017 First Exam: June 2019 This title has been endorsed for use with the CCEA GCSE English Language specification Ensure that every student can achieve their best with the market-leading Student Book for CCEA GCSE English Language, fully updated for the 2017 specification with a rich bank of stimulus texts, classroom activities and assessment support. - Offers expert coverage of the new examined elements of the specification (Reading Literary Texts and Creative Writing) from an author with extensive teaching and examining experience - Develops strong reading and writing skills as students work through step-by-step guidance and progressive activities matched to the Assessment Objectives - Provides effective models for students' own writing for different purposes and genres by including a range of literary and non-fiction text extracts - Thoroughly prepares students for assessment with practice questions, sample student responses and trusted advice on the examinations and Controlled Assessment - Helps students monitor their learning and identify their revision needs using self-assessment criteria at the end of each unit

Ask Alice Level 2 Elementary Lower Intermediate American English Edition

Author: Margaret Johnson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 110768997X
Size: 62.93 MB
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The graded readers series of original fiction, adapted fiction and factbooks especially written for teenagers. Alice is an Agony Aunt on her school website. Students write to her with their problems and she answers them. But how can Alice give advice when she has so many problems of her own? This paperback is in American English. Audio recordings of the text are available on our website at: www.cambridge.org/elt/discoveryreaders/ame Cambridge Experience Readers, previously called Cambridge Discovery Readers, get your students hooked on reading.

Fairy Story English Edition Russian Edition

Author: The Brothers Grimm
Publisher: Slavamax BVBA
ISBN: 1629470090
Size: 77.33 MB
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We all know we believe or want to believe in fairy tales. We are all ready to answer Peter Pan’s monumental question whether we believe in fairy tales with a resounding “yes!” We all know that fairy tales are tied to real life experiences more than we pretend they aren’t. We ward off fairy tales and pretend that they are intended mainly for children because they tell more truth than we want to know, and we absorb fairy tales because they tell us more truth than we want to know. They are filled with desire and optimism. They drip with brutality, bluntness, violence, and perversity. They expose untruth, and the best are bare, brusque, and concise. They stamp our minds and perhaps our souls. They form another world, a counter world, in which social justice is more readily attained than in our actual world where hypocrisy, corruption, hyping, exploitation, and competition determine the outcome of social and political interactions and the quality of social relations. ______ RUSSIA: У старика была дочь-красавица, жил он с нею тихо и мирно, пока не женился на другой бабе, а та баба была злая ведьма… (читать далее только детям)

South Asian Partition Fiction In English

Author: Rituparna Roy
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
ISBN: 9089642455
Size: 34.79 MB
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Dit boek is een literaire studie naar Zuid-Aziatische Engelstalige fictie vanaf midden jaren vijftig tot de late jaren tachtig over de afscheiding van Pakistan en Bangladesh van India, oftewel de Partitie. Het is een fascinerend verhaal over het ontstaan van een nieuw literair genre. Romanschrijvers van verschillende generaties geven hun kijk op dit beslissende moment in de Zuid-Aziatische geschiedenis. In het begin beschreven zij de catastrofe, later werd er meer getheoretiseerd. Aan de hand van zes romans, van onder andere Salman Rushdie, laat Roy zien welke factoren bepalend zijn geweest voor de grote thema's en verhaallijnen in deze romans.

American English In Mind Starter Workbook

Author: Herbert Puchta
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521733294
Size: 28.93 MB
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American English in Mind is an integrated, four-skills course for beginner to advanced teenage learners of American English. The American English in Mind Starter Workbook provides language and skills practice for each Student's Book unit. The Workbook can be used both in the classroom and at home. Listening exercises utilize audio tracks found on the DVD-ROM accompanying the Student's Book.

Cracking India

Author: Bapsi Sidhwa
Publisher: Milkweed Editions
ISBN: 9781571318275
Size: 10.24 MB
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The 1947 Partition of India is the backdrop for this powerful novel, narrated by a precocious child who describes the brutal transition with chilling veracity. Young Lenny Sethi is kept out of school because she suffers from polio. She spends her days with Ayah, her beautiful nanny, visiting with the large group of admirers that Ayah draws. It is in the company of these working class characters that Lenny learns about religious differences, religious intolerance, and the blossoming genocidal strife on the eve of Partition. As she matures, Lenny begins to identify the differences between the Hindus, Moslems, and Sikhs engaging in political arguments all around her. Lenny enjoys a happy, privileged life in Lahore, but the kidnapping of her beloved Ayah signals a dramatic change. Soon Lenny’s world erupts in religious, ethnic, and racial violence. By turns hilarious and heartbreaking, the domestic drama serves as a microcosm for a profound political upheaval.

The Candy Men

Author: Nile Southern
Publisher: Arcade Publishing
ISBN: 9781559706049
Size: 40.97 MB
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Drawn from letters, interviews, reviews, articles, and court transcripts, a riotous account traces the evolution of Terry Southern and Mason Hoffenberg's Candy, a frenzied satire loosely based on Voltaire's Candide, from its inception in Paris to its introduction in America. 20,000 first printing.