Review of the book CLIL activities: A resource for subject and language teachers, by L. Dale & R. Tanner
AbstractReview of the book CLIL activities: A resource for subject and language teachers (with CD-ROM), by Liz Dale and Rosie Tanner. (2012). Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press. v + 284, pp. US$ 32.50 (paperback), ISBN 978-0-521-14984-6 (paperback and CD-ROM).
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