CODE BLUE Teacher's Book on BehanceCode by Macmillan is a truly blended-learning course for teenagers. The interactive and digital elements will appeal to teenage students and motivate them to learn. The clear yet integrated approach develops reading, writing, listening and speaking skills, whilst there is a systematic build-up of topic-based lexis and lexico-grammar. This is ideal for teenagers preparing for school-leaving exams. The core skills are developed throughout the book and review units help to reinforce the material being learnt. Also, includes vocabulary and irregular verb lists, perfect for students to refer to.
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