Pause-Cafe: French In Review - Moving Toward Fluency
Pause-caf is designed for the full second year of the study of French with emphasis on seven communicative functions: describing, comparing, narrating in the past, reacting and recommending, asking questions, talking about the future, and hypothesizing. These communicative functions are identified throughout the textbook by distinctive icons and are recycled in all six chapters. Although each chapter highlights at least one of the seven functions in turn, all seven are integrated into the chapter's oral and written work. The key grammatical structures that support these functions, called Points cls, appear with practice exercises at the back of the book. Pause-caf helps students focus primarily on communicative functions because they are continuously recycled throughout the text, while the content and themes change with each new chapter.
- Publish Date: 2008-08-13
- Binding: Paperback
- Author: Nora Megharbi Stphanie Pellet Assistant Professor Carl Blyth Sharon W. Foerster
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