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Tapis Volant 1 Teacher Resource Pack

By | Copyright Year:2012 | ISBN-13: 9780170186360

The Teacher Resource Pack includes:
• A full colour wrap-around version of the student book with immediate handy notes on how to use the course
• A CD-ROM with unit tests, BLMs and the workbook with embedded solutions for easy reference in class
• Teachers are able to access the student premium NelsonNet website as well as the teacher premium website (check eligibility).

Premium Website
• State of the art Tapis videos based on the language and scenarios covered in the student book
• Revision grammar movies and podcasts
• New interactive games for language revision
• Photo slideshows with tasks
• Audio-visual flashcards
• The audio from the workbook and the student book, with downloadable glossary lists as podcasts.
Access is granted with a NelsonNet account by purchasing the workbook (access has a duration). The website is accessible through NelsonNet and by using the codes in the workbook. Online teacher resources are available via NelsonNet to teachers who use the accompanying student book as a core educational resource in the classroom. Contact your local Sales Representative for more information.

The Tapis NelsonNetBook is an online version of the student book with interactive links. Personalise it by adding your own notes, weblinks, audio recordings and use it to share your comments in class. Click ‘hot spots’ to access a variety of multimedia resources. There is so much more to a NelsonNetBook than PDFs!
Access has a duration and is granted only to those schools that adopt the course and whose adoption satisfies specific criteria. For more information, contact your local sales representative.


Alan Chamberlain is the renowned co-author of the Tapis Volant series for all secondary year levels, along with fellow co-author Jane Zemiro. Alan was educated in Australia and in France. He taught in New South Wales before teaching and studying at the University of Paris-Sorbonne. He worked as Associate Professor in French at the University of New South Wales, then as Associate Professor in Language Education at the University of Brunei. He has also written the Guide Pratique de la Communication (co-author Ross Steele), published by Les Editions Didier, Paris.

Jane Zemiro was educated in Australia and in France. She taught in state high schools in New South Wales, and then worked as a Senior Lecturer in teacher education at the University of Sydney. She was awarded the Palmes Académiques by the French Government in 2000. She has co-written a great variety of French language resources. She has extensive experience as an educational presenter and trainer.