"The Primary English Teacher's Guide" is a definitive guide to teaching English as a foreign language at primary level. As well as providing an in-depth analysis of teaching techniques and learning strategies, it gives teachers plenty of practical suggestions on selecting materials, lesson planning, managing the classroom and using resources efectively.
This is a brief, accessible dictionary of applied linguistics terms. The entries have been linked alphabetically, but have the detailed explanations and examples of an encyclopedia. The book includes explanations of current terms, concepts, theories and methodologies.
The new edition of this definitive guide for primary teachers, teacher trainers and trainees covers the most recent developments in language learning theories and approaches. It offers you lots of practical suggestions on selecting materials, lesson planning, managing the classroom and using resources effectively.
Use of cartoons to illustrate each error to reinforce learning * Comprehensive practice activities enable students to detect and correct mistakes themselves * Teaching guidelines and answer keys * Suitable for Pre-intermediate to Upper Intermediate level students.
A comprehensive coverage of all aspects of English pronunciation. Pronunciation Tasks provides comprehensive coverage of all aspects of English pronunciation such as vowels, consonants, consonant clusters, syllables and stress, sounds and connected speech, intonation, sounds and grammar, and pronouncing written words.
An introduction to the ways in which aspects of the environment, age, race, class, the part of the country we come from - and other factors - influence how we speak. This is the second title in the "PenguinEnglish Linguistics" series which offers a grounding in different aspects of linguistics.
Activities are quite similar but it's a very handy book with ready-to-go activities you can use with no preparation. Make sure you have Pair Work: Student B book too as it is part of a two book set. Can be limited in that students have to work in pairs - does not make allowances for larger groups or threes.
Activities are quite similar but it's a very handy book with ready-to-go activities you can use with no preparation. Make sure you have Pair Work: Student A book too as it is part of a two book set. Can be limited in that students have to work in pairs - does not make allowances for larger groups or threes.
41 stimulating pair-work activities in each book including role-plays, simulations and problem-solving. Intensive conversation practice based around practical, contemporary topics. Ideal to introduce or supplement a lesson – each activity can be completed in 15-30 minutes.
A guide to understanding and teaching English grammar. The main focus is on the practical classroom exploration of grammar for purposes of language learning from beginners to more advanced levels. The book contains tasks and questions for further study.
*10 self-contained lessons on each language area -- reading, writing, grammar and vocabulary *Each lesson is designed to last around 55 minutes *Suitable for Advanced level students *Detailed teacher's notes with clear guidance on preparation, timing etc. *Practical layout with teacher's notes next to photocopiable pages.