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'Total English' is a 6-level general English course for adults, with clear aims in making it easy for teachers to plan lessons and measure students progress.
By Bob Hastings
12 thematic units each consisting of 8 pages Each unit clearly divided into sections Grammar and Listening, Reading and Vocabulary, Vocabulary, Listening and Speaking, Writing Exam Revision every 2 units End matter - Student Activities for information-gap exercises - Culture Shocks three lessons based around different aspects of British culture...
By Sue Kay
Not all students are the same. Choose the learning pathway that best suits your class. Choices gives teachers the flexibility to adjust the course to their teenage students' individual needs
TheGold First Exam Maximiser provides extensive support for the First Gold coursebook, plus extra Use of English work and a compete practice test
By Mark Foley
MyGrammarLabteaches and practises grammar through a unique blend of book, online and mobile resources offering every learner of English the opportunity to study grammar in the way that best suits their needs.
By John Hughes
The Language Leader Intermediate Coursebook has 12 units covering factual topics from advertising to engineering. After every 3 units there is a review spread which practices the language that has been taught. It contains: Motivating and informative texts which improve reading and listening skills Scenario lessons that focus on key...
By Aaron Jolly
Student Book w/ CD-ROM Each level of the Student Book contains a Welcome unit and 8 units each designed for 3-5 hours of class per week. Each unit includes a values lesson, a cross curricular lesson and a "phonics" lesson. The access code printed at the back of the book...
By Nik Barrall
Intelligent Business makes the world of business accessible to English language students whatever their level or business experience. The course features authentic material from The Economist. .