Humanising Your Coursebook M. Rinvolucri First Person Publishing/English Teaching Professional, DELTA Publishing 96 £ 0. Humanising Your Coursebook, part of the Professional Perspectives series, provides a wide range of original, imaginative, humanistic activities and techniques. What Does the Book Do? Humanising your Coursebook provides teachers with an alternative to the safe boredom of re-teaching the same coursebook in the.

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The latest edition of International House’s online journal is now available. Humanising Your Coursebook, part of the Professional Perspectives series, provides a wide range of original, humsnizing, humanistic activities and techniques designed to give new life to any coursebook.

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The core of the book consists of sequences of tasks, the purpose of which is to raise the user’s consciousness of language. Humanising Your Coursebook Activities to bring your classroom to life – and life to your classroom!


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