'The texts and pictures are interesting and motivating and the drama extracts are fun to act. The activities are varied and useful, and the students liked doing them. (We could not try the listening parts as I did not have the cassette.) It is a book, in short, which offers enriching, enjoyable and valuable activities.' Susan Bhaumik, SATEFL Newsletter Vol 19 No 3 'If you want to be able to involve literature in your teaching wihtout having to go to too much trouble, A Window on Literature is a resource that both the teacher and the learners can really enjoy.' Modern English Teacher, Jan. 2001 'Each text becomes a springboard for personalised activities ... this is done in such a well staged manner that even students who claim to have 'no imagination', or who are not creative, have no trouble in participating.' EL Gazette, 2001
Table of Contents
To the teacher; Table of contents; 1 Do what I say; 2 Plans and decisions; 3 Fairy stories; 4 An empty room; 5 Mystery; 6 Parents; 7 Sharing; 8 Memories; 9 Maids and madams; 10 Music and birdsong; 11 Growing older; 12 An excursion; Key.
A Window on Literature by Gillian Lazar
Used - Very Good
Cambridge University Press
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This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us.