Secondary English Form 3 Student’s Book 2nd Edition
Excelling in English is a new English course that is tailored to meet the learning needs of students in secondary school. The series is written by a team of experts in the subject. It dexterously integrates English and Literature in a way that makes the learning process not only enjoyable but also enriching for the students. The course is learner-centred and is structured in a manner that allows students to actively participate in the learning process. The course therefore helps learners to discover facts other than memorise what they are taught thus making the knowledge indelibly imprinted on their minds. English is in this course taught in context and learning situations that are familiar to the students are used. Each Students’ Book in the series has an accompanying Teachers’ Guide, which sets out lesson objectives clearly and gives detailed and useful information on lesson development for the teacher.
Excelling in English Students’ Book 3 is the third book in this series. It is written in line with the new English syllabus for Form Three. The skills learned in Form One and Two are intensified through more complex structures and vocabulary. The integration of language skills with Literature is also enhanced. Lessons in each unit are set out in a logical progression. The book contains numerous involving exercises and activities that are tailored for classroom interactions, thus making the learning process well rounded and effective. Revision exercises are given for further practice and to strengthen what has been learned. Three Sample Revision Papers modelled on the new KCSE English examination format are also provided. These serve as essential practice material and revision aid in the preparation of the KCSE English paper. The book also cuts across a broad spectrum of emerging issues and in addition to teaching the language, develops the students towards acceptable values and attitudes in the society. This is one book that students wishing to excel in the English language cannot do without.