mSkills er et engelsk – engelsk læremiddel med en omfattende lærebase i grammatikk- og vokabulartrening fra A1 til C2 nivå. Det kan brukes som oppslagsverk og oppgavebank for lærere og elever.
mSkills 8-10 består av tre deler:
mSkills Grammar 40 leksjoner på hvert nivå fordelt på grunnleggende- og fordypningsnivå.
mSkills Vocabulary 40 leksjoner på hvert nivå fordelt på grunnleggende- og fordypningsnivå.
mSkills Tests består av 20 sider med oppgaver for grammatikk og vokabular tester.
Grammatikken dekker tema som verbformer, possessiver, pronomen, HV-ord, substantiv, subjunksjoner, artikler m.m
Til hvert grammatikktema er det en video som forklarer grammatikken. Etter gjennomgangen løser elevene interaktive oppgaver.
Her får skolen et omfattende oppslagsverk og oppgavebank:
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