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 How to survive the World’s coldest climates- 1º ESO

Curricular topics: climate, living things and natural landscapes.

 COLDEST_portada

Synopsis: written in the style of a survival guide, this reader delves into the ESO 1 geography topic of cold climates and their landscapes in a way that couldn’t be more different from the average textbook. It includes real-life stories, amusing anecdotes and illustrations, while also recycling vocabulary from the ESO 1 climates, living things and landscapes topics.

ISBN: 9788467377781


Julius Caesar  –  1º ESO

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Edición Nacional 
Idioma English  Autor/es

Rowena Akinyemi

Editorial Oxford University Press (España)
Year of Publication: 2013

One of the Ancient world’s most well-known figures is brought to life by this lively account of his career, life and times. Includes excerpts from real historical sources, as well as illustrations, a map and other interesting features, while also recycling vocabulary from the ESO I Ancient Rome topic.


 

Roman Hispania  –  1º ESO

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Edición Nacional 
Idioma English  Autor/es

Christine Lindop

Editorial Oxford University Press (España)
Year of Publication: 2013

 

Told through the voices of multiple narrators, Roman Hispania provides a vivid ‘first-hand’ depiction of an important period in our country’s history. Includes excerpts from real historical sources, as well as illustrations, a map and other interesting features, while also recycling vocabulary from the ESO 1 Roman and Visigothic Hispania topic.


 

Ferdinand and Isabella (2 ESO) (with downloadable Mp3)

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Basket, Simon

Editorial Oxford University Press (España)
Fecha de edición octubre 2013 · Edición nº 1

Idioma español-inglés

EAN 9788467377866
Libro encuadernado en tapa blanda

Two of Spanish history’s most defining figures are brought to life in this colourful account of their reign, lives and times. Includes excerpts from real historical sources, as well as illustrations, a map and other interesting features, while also recycling vocabulary from the ESO 2 Early Modern Age topic.


 

Columbus’s first voyage  –  2º ESO

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Edición Nacional 
Idioma English  Autor/es

Janet Hardy-Gould

Editorial Oxford University Press (España)
Year of Publication: 2013

 

Told through the voices of multiple narrators, this reader provides a ‘first-hand’ account of one of the most transformative events in world history. Includes excerpts from real historical sources, as well as illustrations, a map and other interesting features, while also recycling vocabulary from the ESO 2 Early Modern Age topic.


 

My teen life in India-2º/3º ESO

Curricular topics: contemporary societies, diversity, multiculturalism and inequality.

 TEEN-INDIA_portada

Synopsis: written in the popular diary format, this reader will provide students with a wealth of information on Indian society and culture, perhaps without them even realising! It includes illustrations, a map and other interesting features, while also recycling vocabulary from the ESO 2 contemporary societies topic.

ISBN: 9788467377842

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