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Does anyone have experience with the High Point Series?

 
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arussell



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PostPosted: Mon Jan 19, 2004 1:56 am    Post subject: Does anyone have experience with the High Point Series? Reply with quote

Hello everyone. I have also posted this message in Secondary Ed Forum, so sorry about repeating a topic...

I'm looking into the High Point series by Hampton-Brown for my high school ESL students (10 students at the moment, beginning/low to advanced intermediate).

I have viewed sample materials from the Basic level and levels A and B. It appears to effectively address many of the issues and needs of my students, but advice from someone who has experience with the series is invaluable. Specifically, besides the student texts, with which of the other materials in the series have you found the most success?

In our current situation, that's a huge chunk of change to spend on texts, so I'm doing as much research as I can. I'd appreciate hearing your remarks.

Thanks.
Amy Russell
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