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Pearson Education Limired Antonia Clare, JJ. Wilson, Pearson Education Limited, The 4th lesson in each unit of the students' book is based around an extract from a real BBC programme. There are 3 videos in this pack for Units 1, 2, 3. Video format - MP4.
With its wide range of support material, it meets the diverse needs of learners in a variety of teaching situations and helps bridge the gap between the classroom and the real world. Reviews No reviews so far. Similar products.
Speakout Advanced Workbook with Key - 2nd Category top list. Get to the Top 2 Workbook with Student's Solutions Pre-Intermediate 2nd Edition Student's Solutions Elementary 2nd Edition Student's Match uses a f with comes to linking names with success, which Mehrabian takes to include ambition, intelligence, confidence and other such sentences 16 above.
Based on research in the US, Mehrabian says that Alexander scores percent for success. William gets 99 b to talk about something thats incomplete, percent and John 98 percent.
For the girls, Jacqueline rates very temporary, or still in progress often emphasising highly, as do Diana, Danielle and Catherine. Although Katherine, Mehrabian points out, does slightly better than Catherine. N the length of time c to talk about situations that are in the process of U 5 But can the impact of a first name really be that cut and dried?
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The forename proposals, inquiries, suggestions, etc. Ive seen similarly conflicting studies, Satran adds. With access to the entire archive of the BBC, we haveselected some stunning video content to motivate and engage students. We have alsocreated tasks that will encourage interaction with the materials while providing the rightamount of scaffolding.
We realise that the real world is not just made up of actors, presenters andcomedians, and 'real ' English does not just consist of people reading from scripts.
This is why Speakout brings real people into the classroom. The Video podcasts showpeople giving their opinions about the topics in the book and illustrate some of thestrategies that will help our students become more effective communicators. Speakout maximises opportunities for students to speak and systematically asks them tonotice and employ strategies that will give them the confidence to communicate fluentlyand the competence to listen actively.
While the main focus is on speaking and listening,we have also developed a systematic approach to reading and writing.
For us, theseskills are absolutely essential for language learners in the digital age. To sum up, we have tried to write a course that teachers will really enjoy using; a coursethat is authentic but manageable, systematic but not repetitive - a course that not onlybrings the real world into the classroom , but also sends our students into the real worldwith the confidence to truly 'speak out'!
Regular review and self-study tests. Audio material including This is followed by two main input lessons which cover grammar, vocabulary and the four skills.
Lesson three covers functional language and focuses on important speaking and listening strategies. Lesson four is built around a clip from a BBC programme and consolidates language and skills work. Each unit culminates with a Lookback page, which provides communicative practice of the key language. The lesson combines grammar and vocabulary with a focus on skills work.
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