Ensure that the needs of all IB Students are met with this comprehensive and flexible Student Book, written specifically for the updated Spanish ab initio course.
- Communicate confidently by exploring the five prescribed themes through authentic texts and skills practice at the right level, delivered in clear learning pathways.
- Produce coherent written texts and deliver proficient presentations with grammar and vocabulary introduced in context and in relation to appropriate spoken and written registers.
- Improve receptive skills with authentic written texts, audio recordings spoken at a natural pace, and carefully crafted reading and listening tasks.
- Promote global citizenship, intercultural understanding and an appreciation of Hispanic cultures through a wide range of text types and cultural material from around the world.
- Deliver effective practice with a range of structured tasks within each unit that build reading, listening, speaking and writing skills.
- Establish meaningful links to TOK and CAS, and identify learner profile attributes in action.
The audio for the Student Book is FREE to download from www.hoddereducation.com/ibextras
Hodder Education; April 2019
- ISBN: 9781510450455
- Read online, or download in secure PDF format
- Title: Spanish ab initio for the IB Diploma
- Author: J. Rafael Angel
Imprint: Hodder Education
About The Author
J. Rafael Angel is a certified Concept-Based Curriculum and Instruction Trainer and Consultant. He is a highly experienced IB Continuum educator (IB PYP, MYP, and DP), IB MYP examiner, IB Workshop leader (Inquiry, Approaches to Teaching and Learning, Assessment, Curriculum, and Language), and has led Teacher Support Material Projects for the IB MYP. He has written for the International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Lifelong Learning, and the International Association for Development of the Information Society. He collaborates as a World Language Concept-Based Instruction Specialist in the Lynn Erickson and Lois Lanning's CBCI Summer Institute. Rafael blogs extensively about teaching and learning, and language acquisition at rafangel.wordpress.com.