English in Context series. The reproducible lessons in this series were designed for students who still have trouble understanding what they read, writing a simple report, or finding the appropriate words to express themselves. A systematic, incremental teaching method promotes progress by steadily building confidence in six core topics. These reproducible books include teacher notes and tips, answer keys, reference guides, lessons, unit reviews and more.
Jim's 1000: Listening Comprehension Practice Test Items for the New TOEIC Test includes 10 practise tests with detailed expression reviews and answer keys. The Jim's 1000 TOEIC practise test book is a must-have material that you should have prior taking to a real Toeic test. The practise tests are almost similar in difficulty level of a real Toeic tests, especially in contexts, vocabularies, question types, question lengths, and answers.
If your current score is 600 and your target score is above 800, you can start to practise this book from now. 1 test per week, then increase to 2 tests per week. After 2 months, you can take the real test confidently. Good luck!
This book is intended to prepare students for the TOEFL® (Test of English as a Foreign Language) test in both its paper and computer formats. It is based on the paper format first introduced in July 1995 and the computer format first introduced in July 1998.
Longman Complete Course for the TOEFL® Test: Preparation for the Computer and Paper Tests can be used in a variety of ways, depending on the needs of the reader: • It can be used as the primary classroom text in a course emphasizing TOEFL test preparation. • It can be used as a supplementary text in a more general English language course. • It can be used as a tool for individualized study by students preparing for the TOEFL test outside of the ESL classroom.
WHAT IS IN THE BOOK:
This book contains a variety of materials which together provide a comprehensive preparation program:
* Diagnostic Pre-Tests for each section, in both paper and computer formats, measure students’ level of performance on each section of the TOEFL test and allow students to determine specific areas of weakness.
* Skills and Strategies for each of the sections of the TOEFL test provide students with clearly defined steps to improve performance on the test.
* Exercises provide practice of one or more skills in a non-TOEFL format.
* TOEFL Exercises provide practice of one or more skills in a non-TOEFL format.
* TOEFL Review Exercises provide practice of all of the skills taught up to that point in a TOEFL format.
* TOEFL Post-Tests for each section, in both paper and computer formats, measure the progress that students have made after working through the skills and strategies in the text.
* Complete Tests, in both paper and computer formats, allow the students to simulate the experience of taking actual TOEFL tests with all of the sections together in one complete test.
* Scoring Information allows students to determine their approximate TOEFL scores on the paper version of the Pre-Tests, Post-Tests, and Complete Practice Tests.
* Charts allow students to record their progress on the Pre-Tests, Post-Tests, and Complete Practice Tests.
* Recording Scripts allow the students to see the text of all the listening exercises and tests included on the audio cassettes/CDs.
The material features real companies and individuals, and authentic texts, providing relevant study for Business English students. The new edition contains 90% new material, providing a fresh and updated context for the language work. The syllabus remains language-driven, giving learners the thorough grounding in basic structures and skills which they need at this level. A new pronunciation syllabus provides work on word and sentence stress, intonation, and other areas such as contracted speech which learners at this level often find problematic. Each unit covers a theme of general relevance in the business world, such as 'Dealing with Problems' and 'New Developments.' The units are now even in length, with clear headings to identify different types of activities. A slower pace in the early units ensures students are at ease with basic structures before moving on. There is a balanced approach to skills work, including regular practice of real-life listening situations. Systematic revision and recycling takes place as the course progresses.
This intuitive guide to learning a language - whether for business, relocation, emigration, holiday or interest - tells you the quickest, most effective way of learning the language you need to know. Contents: 1. Why? 2. How; 3. Getting organised; 4. Collecting language; 5. Contact with a native speaker; 6. Tandem learning; 7. Listening; 8. Speaking; 9. Reading; 10. Adapting languages for your own use; 11. Grammar; 12. Writing; 13. How to make the most of your contact with native speakers; 14. Trying it out; 15. How to react to what you find; 16. Reassess your goals; 17. Keeping it ticking over Download links
● The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (1950) ● Prince Caspian (1951) ● The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (1952) ● The Silver Chair (1953) ● The Horse and His Boy (1954) ● The Magician's Nephew (1955) ● The Last Battle (1956)
The Chronicles of Narnia is a series of seven high fantasy novels by author C. S. Lewis. It is considered a classic of children's literature and is the author's best-known work, having sold over 100 million copies in 47 languages. Written by Lewis, illustrated by Pauline Baynes, and originally published in London between 1950 and 1956, The Chronicles of Narnia has been adapted several times, complete or in part, for radio, television, the stage, and film.
Set in the fictional realm of Narnia, a fantasy world of magic, mythical beasts, and talking animals, the series narrates the adventures of various children who play central roles in the unfolding history of that world. Except in The Horse and His Boy, the protagonists are all children from the real world, magically transported to Narnia, where they are called upon by the lion Aslan to protect Narnia from evil and restore the throne to its rightful line. The books span the entire history of Narnia, from its creation in The Magician's Nephew to its eventual destruction in The Last Battle.
The Macmillan Topics present interesting factual topics in a fun magazine format, motivating students to read in English. The cross-circular nature of the series makes it easy to integrate school subjects with English language learning.
Features: Topics related to science, history and the arts provide specialized information and viewpoints A Word File glossary of key vocabulary on each page gives essential "while reading" lexical support, with common American and British English differences noted A 'Check it Out' section provides an up-to-date checklist of specialist language, plus useful websites Mini-projects and Investigation Points A light-hearted quiz page gives more opportunities for discovery and fun
TIME For Kids is a classroom magazine that aims to engage students while presenting them with high-quality nonfiction writing to build reading and critical thinking skills. Each issue covers a variety of themes, topics and current events. The magazine has 4 grade-level targeted editions that help fit the needs of different K-6 classrooms – choose what’s right for your students.
Campaign is a three-level English language course from Macmillan , designed for multinational military and peacekeeping forces on peacekeeping operations.
All three levels of this award-winning Military English course are now available!
Providing approximately 200 hours of teaching materials and consisting of four components, this flexible course syllabus can be adapted for any length of course. If you are teaching English find out more about Campaign - English for the Military.
Campaign is a new series specifically developed for members of the armed forces who need to learn English for international cooperation. Whilst it is primarily designed for land forces, it contains relevant and functional English language material applicable to other military personnel.
The topics are drawn from a variety of international military contexts, including the US, the UK, NATO and the UN. The entire text has been independently vetted by officers from the American, British, French and Spanish armies, all of whom have extensive experience of international operations.
Campaign is intended to suit both intensive and year-long courses, offering a skills-based approach to learning grammar and lexis which is immediately transferable to military exercises.
Written according to NATO’s STANAG language profile, Campaign Book 1 takes students from the level of False Beginner to exit level STANAG SLP 2121 (approximately equivalent to the Council of Europe’s A2+ Waystage+) and equips them with sufficient knowledge of English to understand a wide variety of subject matter on everyday social and routine job-related topics.