Three in one: MONET + PICASSO + MATISSE. Check out the new eBook of our series TEACHING ENGLISH WITH ART.

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The three most popular volumes of our series Teaching English with Art: Monet, Picasso and Matisse in one SINGLE VOLUME. Get your copy from the Kindle Store today! Click on the picture below to get your copy:

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Teaching English with Art! This series of eBooks is a wonderful supplement to any coursebook or extra materials your students may already be using in the English class. This 6th volume combines 3 volumes which had been already published. It contains 90 speaking and writing activities (including vocabulary teaching) for classroom use, based on some of the most striking works of art by three of the most loved artists in the world, Monet, Picasso and Matisse. The objective of the ebook is to expose the students to art while teaching English, fulfilling therefore one of the tenets of effective language acquisition: providing a realistic context for the language to be learned and practiced as a means to an end. Your students will love to exercise their English discussing the works of these artists. This is a proven way to make language acquisition fun and effective by creating in the classroom an atmosphere of interest and motivation. Each activity is clearly correlated to the COMMON EUROPEAN FRAMEWORK OF REFERENCE (CEFR), and the level is stated next to it.

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