Words in Pictures is a set of 240 illustrated cards. Each card features a picture on one side and the corresponding written word on the other side.
They are divided into lexical topics of high frequency and daily use: animals, the body, clothes, food and drink, health, at home, the city, school, sport and free time, time, toys and games, means of transport, the weather, jobs, the environment, actions and prepositions. This very large set of cards
and the numerous ways that they can be used make them a versatile and indispensable teaching tool. The pack contains 240 illustrated flashcards and an instruction booklet with numerous suggestions and interesting teaching tips. The printed version comes with a code to access the digital version.
A digital version is also available as a separate item.
Flashcards are an indispensable tool in language teaching, especially for beginner students (level A1): they provide a visual support to introduce new vocabulary and provide the stimulus for a variety of memory activities. The number of cards (240), their format (12x15) and the quality of the
flashcards make this product a source of endless fun activities and games to facilitate the learning of basic vocabulary. The format and the clarity of the illustrations make these flashcards a tool that can be used countless times in a variety of ways. They can also easily be used during online courses and lessons.
The digital book is available on Eli Digital Hub platform.
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Words in pictures
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