Casimir d'Angelo has taught French in seven European universities including the University of Cambridge, where he was Director of the Language Unit for 20 years. He is an experienced author and examiner. Rod Hares has been a teacher, examiner, an LEA adviser in Modern Languages, a one-time Chairman of The British Association for Language Teaching, and an author for many years. Jean-Claude Gilles is a French native speaker with 30 years of examining experience. He has taught MFL throughout his career and has written many publications for KS3 through to KS5 French. Lauren Lechelle is a French native speaker, experienced teacher, author and IB examiner. She is currently teaching at Headington School in Oxford. Kirsty Thathapudi is an experienced editor, developer and author of MFL teaching material. Lisa Littlewood is an experienced French teacher and A-level examiner. She is currently teaching at Bournside School in Cheltenham. Severine Chevrier-Clarke is a French native speaker, experienced teacher, author and examiner as well as a qualified translator.
Students like the level of the text from the comprehension point of view and the same with translations. -- Irena Hubble-Brezowski, teacher at Bridgwater College. * Pearl Lovegrove * This is the best A-level text book I have seen for many years. It manages to provide what students need for the new A-levels whilst being inherently interesting and extremely usable. I do urge you to get hold of a copy of this Hodder book. It's excellent and so much better than the previous generation of A-level books. -- Steve Smith, http://frenchteachernet.blogspot.co.uk/ * Pearl Lovegrove *