Métro Saint-Michel - Niveau 1 - Livre de l'élève

Publisher: Clé international

ISBN: 9782090352603

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  • Author : Annie Monnerie-Goarin, Stéphanie Saintenoy, Sylvie Schmitt, Béatrice Szarvas
  • Binding : Paperback
  • ISBN-13 : 9782090352603
  • Language :  French
  • Level : A1
  • Pages : 160
  • Publisher : Clé international
  • Publishing Date : January 2006
  • Series : Métro Saint-Michel
  • Size : 19.7 x 0.9 x 28.5 cm
  • Subtitle : textbook 
  • Subject : French
  • Weight : 440 g



Student's book in the Métro Saint-Michel collection , French as a foreign language (FLE) method for older adolescents, level 1.

Deliberately cultural, Métro Saint-Michel offers two types of media that trigger oral and written communication: "slices of life" dialogues and texts representative of authentic writings. Complete and practical, it adapts to different teaching and learning methods.

Exhaustive, it allows you to work in a balanced way on the 4 skills of oral and written comprehension and production. The balance is also ensured between the study and practice of the language in the context of communication and the study and practice of civilization which is an integral part of the progression.

Metro Saint-Micheloffers a complete exploration of the learning areas, focusing on the mastery of grammatical, lexical and phonetic tools. These make it possible to carry out tasks that are part of an action-oriented and situational perspective, embodying traditional speech acts.

Métro Saint-Michel is organized into 12 units and ensures adaptability to all learning paces and class practices.
Original headings ensure a constant motivation of the learner: The eye of the sociologist , the Scenario of Maxime Guérin , the Journal with several voices . Original songs and poems, of remarkable craftsmanship, complete a very interactive approach.

The learner is confronted with different situations of daily life such as looking for an apartment or a room to rent, getting around in Parisian transport... and must therefore reuse the concepts seen in order to assimilate them concretely. .