Pitt Series in English as a Second Language

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The series began in 1974 with the publication of Developing Communicative Competence, a series that led the way in teaching materials that were communicative in intent and execution. The series was based closely on a seminal article by Christina Bratt Paulston that outlined a graduated sequence of activities to take learners from more mechanical and simple exercises through meaningful exercises and then to communicative ones—a pattern that is evident in books in this series.

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Pitt Series in English as a Second Language

The series began in 1974 with the publication of Developing Communicative Competence, a series that led the way in teaching materials that were communicative in intent and execution. The series was based closely on a seminal article by Christina Bratt Paulston that outlined a graduated sequence of activities to take learners from more mechanical and simple exercises through meaningful exercises and then to communicative ones—a pattern that is evident in books in this series.


Lionel Menasche
Alan Juffs

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Series Editors

Lionel Menasche
Alan Juffs


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