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Mira 2 express

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by macmods, Jan 25, 2011.

  1. Just me or does anyone else find it a random book to teach from. Having trouble creating inspiring/fun lessons from the content - all seems a bit random to me. Any suggestions would be appreciated - definately the least fav book i've ever used
     
  2. Just me or does anyone else find it a random book to teach from. Having trouble creating inspiring/fun lessons from the content - all seems a bit random to me. Any suggestions would be appreciated - definately the least fav book i've ever used
     
  3. mpc

    mpc

    I prefer it to Mira Express 1 actually, in terms of the topics offered. I don't find the textbook itself hugely helpful so we've ended up making quite a lot of stuff to accompany it (kinaesthetic resources like boardgames, cheat cards etc). What I do find helpful is the assessment pack in terms of levelling work. We're 'doing' holidays at the moment, don't know about you. How about a short film?
    Best wishes,
    mpc [​IMG]
     

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