'Swan: Pen and Cob' serves to inspire and to challenge students studying English by provoking debates on social and environmental issues as well as Creative Writing. Students are offered opportunities to question their feelings and to express themselves. Teachers preparing students for Upper Intermediate or GCSE studies will find useful resources for essay setting. Discursive topics are represented photographically by the author who has been teaching languages for over 30 years.
Angie Andrews is an MFL teacher and has one son, David. She lives in Surrey with her husband Andrew, also a teacher. They share a love for nature photography and Angie's vivid images bring languages to the fore. Her background in Social Anthropology communicates aspects of life with aspects of language. FIFTY and JOURNEYING ON poetically engage the reader to consider social, cultural and environmental issues whilst ONE BEAT offers a variety of English Language resources for EFL, ESL and KS3 SWAN: PEN AND COB concentrates on Creative Writing with thought provoking excerpts for discussions and essays for the Intermediate, Higher or GCSE student. Teachers will find all four books useful for English, Drama, Citizenship and tutor time. Et en français? The beauty of the countryside blends into LE PAYSAGE DES MOTS which focuses on vocab and grammar. French town vocab and exercises wind their way into A GLIMPSE OF AVEYRON which celebrates the charm of exquisite Midi-Pyrénées villages.
A glimpse of Aveyron Published June 23, 2013
Le Paysage des Mots Published October 16, 2012
One Beat Published April 17, 2012
Journeying on Published November 01, 2011