PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT SKILLS SENIOR: ACTIVITIES PORTFOLIO

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Each resource of Personal Development Skills also has a supplementary Activites Portfolio to extend student learning. These Activity Portfolio booklets include about 50+ pages of worksheet-style activities. These are available as seperate printed boo...

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  • ISBN: 9780987351913
  • Author: Michael Carolan
  • Publication Date: 2014
  • Publisher: Deliver Education
  • Product Type: Workbook Or Activity Book
  • Format: Paperback
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PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT SKILLS SENIOR: ACTIVITIES PORTFOLIO

Each resource of Personal Development Skills also has a supplementary Activites Portfolio to extend student learning. These Activity Portfolio booklets include about 50+ pages of worksheet-style activities. These are available as seperate printed booklets (or as the Set B component as part of a master set).

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