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School Price: $54.95

Format:
Paperback 208 pp.
210 mm x 297 mm

ISBN-10:
0199129711

ISBN-13:
9780199129713

Publication date:
February 2013

Imprint: OUP UK

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IB English Language and Literature: Skills and Practice

Brian Chanen and Rob Allison

Series : IB Diploma

Build skills directly relevant to IB assessment.

Fully develop all the crucial skills central to assessment in English A Language and Literature. Packed with examiner guidance, assessment support and practical tasks for each part of the 2011 syllabus, this comprehensive guide includes a huge bank of compelling activities, like web text analysis, editorials and poetry to cement exam achievement.

Readership : IB Diploma Programme (age 16-18).

1. Introduction
2. Section 1: Language
3. Section 2: Literature

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Brian Chanen and Rob Allison are well-respected in their field.

IB English A Language and Literature - Rob Allison and Brian Chanen

Special Features

  • Fully address every syllabus component - skills-focused guidance, exercises, practical tasks, assessment support and samples for the each part of the 2011 syllabus.
  • Strengthen the key skills - a huge range of activities and techniques in writing, reading and the creation of assessment texts will concretely boost exam results.
  • Build confidence for the orals - videos of student orals and presentations included online to ensure the best preparation.
  • Develop involved learners - a bank of truly exciting texts will build interest and motivation, while shaping a critical approach to text analysis.
  • Full support for the unique syllabus aspects - help students understand and analyse the construction of meaning in thorough detail, with support from a dynamic bank of source material.
  • Trust in quality - written by IB workshop leaders and authors of the 2011 syllabus.
  • Take a balanced approach - includes lots of web links and suggestions for further study, to ensure learning embraces the IB philosophy.
  • Truly understand assessment standards - examiner commented samples give clear insight into exam expectations and help students construct the best answers.