GO! CHINESE TEACHER RESOURCE LEVEL 1

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The Go! Chinese Teacher Resource Pack offers comprehensive teacher support for the Go! Chinese series. Each Teacher Resource Pack includes: • Scope and Sequence for each level of the Go! Chinese series • Lesson Plan for each chapter of that level...

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  • ISBN: 9789814410984
  • Publication Date: 2013
  • Edition: First
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GO! CHINESE TEACHER RESOURCE LEVEL 1

The Go! Chinese Teacher Resource Pack offers comprehensive teacher support for the Go! Chinese series. Each Teacher Resource Pack includes:

• Scope and Sequence for each level of the Go! Chinese series
• Lesson Plan for each chapter of that level
• Word cards for teacher’s classroom use
• Word cards for students
• Answer key to workbook
• MP3 audio CD

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  • $7.95 for 1 or 2 small items only Australia wide
  • $11.95 for larger orders Australia wide

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