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  • 1. Resources and Materials
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  • 2. Cambridge Delta Modules – Module OneResources and Materials
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  • 3. Cambridge Delta Modules – Module OneResources and Materials
    Leave the exercise out and move on to the next section of the book.
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  • 4. Cambridge Delta Modules – Module OneResources and Materials
     Do the exercise but don’t allocate much time to it. 
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  • 5. Cambridge Delta Modules – Module OneResources and Materials
     Supplement with a different activity from another course book or resource.
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  • 6. Cambridge Delta Modules – Module OneResources and Materials
    Create your own material.
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  • 7. Cambridge Delta Modules – Module OneResources and Materials
    Adapt the material.
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  • 10. Cambridge Delta Modules – Module OneResources and Materials
    How has the graded text been simplified? Can you identify specific linguistic features?
    • Complex structures reformulated. For example, the adverbial with a rapidly…is converted into a comparative clause, so rapidly that….; the nominal the speed of Hawk-eye is broken up into a clause.
    • 11. Old-fashioned usage reworked, e.g. subjunctive in as if he were; meaning of sensibly in sensibly abated.
    • 12. Low-frequency vocabulary has been replaced: e.g. cast, exert, conceal, elapsed, abated.
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