Book Title: Lexicon EN+ES+FR A1.1

Subtitle: Visual vocabulary course

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Book Description: This book is the visual vocabulary complement of the A1.1 level for learning English, Spanish and French as a second language. It is fully written in English, Spanish and French and it serves as a base for the adaptation to different mother tongues. Starting from an integrated curriculum of languages, we offer an eclectic system with a distribution of contents on the need of learning objects.

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The comprehensive material we offer is organised in an integrated curriculum of languages. By doing so, we made it easier for users to learn more than one language and to make it possible to create collaborative and cooperative activities. My Language Skills offers Open Textbooks for second language learning on the need of learning objects. It increases access to lifelong learning by reducing student costs and gives faculty more control over their instructional resources. Thanks to this, you can personalize the lesson according to your own needs or your student’s needs, meaning that you can edit the content. In that respect, we grant the 5R permissions and the ALMS framework, about which you can read in the following link: http://www.opencontent.org/definition/

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Title
Lexicon EN+ES+FR A1.1
Author
webadmin
Editor
My Language Skills
Contributors
Nicoletta Pantela, Eirini Christou, and Georgia Hadjifoti
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Lexicon EN+ES+FR A1.1 by My Language Skills is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

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My Language Skills
Publication Date
August 1, 2016