Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.
Publisher: Garnet Education: Teacher's Edition edition (1 Jan. 1999)
By: Terry Phillips (Author), Anna Phillips (Author)
Starting Skills in English Vocabulary and Grammar Part B Teacher's Book Starting Skills in English is specially designed for false beginners and remedial learners. It is divided into two parts, A and B. Students can enter the course at A or B level. Each part provides at least 150 hours' tuition. The whole course, therefore, provides at least 300 hours' tuition. There are three books in each part: Listening and Speaking, Reading and Writing, Vocabulary and Grammar. It is assumed that most users of the course will teach the books in this order, although it is not essential. The majority of the material in the third book could be set as self-study. Starting Skills in English Vocabulary and Grammar: In Part B you learn how to use 200 key words in isolation and context from the following knowledge areas: - Education - Daily Life - Work and Business - Science and Nature - The Physical World - Culture and Civilization - Technology - Art and Literature - Sports and Leisure - Nutrition and Health. In the Vocabulary section students learn about: - dependent prepositions: - modifying nouns: - capital letters: - making noun phrases: - comparative adjectives - regular/irregular: - superlative adjectives - regular/irregular: - using a or an: - possessive adjectives: - adverbs of manner: - prepositions of place/movement: - using apostrophe 's: - everybody, somebody, etc.: - improving/organizing your vocabulary: - homophones: - group words: - one word, two meanings: - say, tell, speak, talk: - reflexive pronouns: - adjectives - -end/-ed: - fixed phrases: - and countable/uncountable nouns. In the Grammar section students learn to use the following patterns: - I am going to talk to you about Africa today. - I want/would like a job ... - I want/would like to work ... - You should (not) stay at school. - What was the weather like? - It was wet./It rained. - It rained heavily. - Lake Baikal has a length of ... - The Pacific is the deepest ocean. - Hillary climbed Everest. - You could do A or B. - I gave her a present. - I gave a present to her. - 'Hello,' she said to me. - She said to me, 'Hello'. It was too long. - It was not short enough. - It made me laugh. - It made me ill. - If you are tired, you should go to bed. - If you smoke, you may get cancer. This material is aimed at students with an IELTS level of 3.0. The level of this course is equivalent to an approximate TOEFL score of 400. Starting Skills in English Part A Vocabulary and Grammar is also available. There are linked courses in Listening and Speaking and Reading and Writing. See the Skills in English website at skillsinenglish.com for additional materials and help. Key Features - Reading texts a maximum of 250 words - Listening texts a maximum of 400 words - Speaking and writing tasks are short paragraphs - Teacher's Book containing a full answer key, language and culture notes, methodology notes and transcript of listening material - Allows beginners immediate access to study of academic English skills - Available as three books - Listening and Speaking, Reading and Writing, Vocabulary and Grammar - at two levels - Language and culture notes available for Arabic, Chinese and Japanese learners - Ideal for false beginners, i.e., students who have not achieved their full potential in English at school Accompanying Course Book, Student Test Pack and Teacher Test Booklet also available. Contents Book Map Introduction Theme 1: Education Theme 2: Daily Life Theme 3: Work and Business Theme 4: Science and Nature Theme 5: The Physical World Theme 6: Culture and Civilization Theme 7: They Made Our World Theme 8: Art and Literature Theme 9: Sports and Leisure Theme 10: Nutrition and Health Word Lists: Thematic Alphabetical Grammar Patterns
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