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By Gwen Berwick
Developing students' writing skills during an intensive language course can be difficult. Time may be limited and many students find this skill particularly difficult. This timesaving resource provides contemporary contexts and clear models for students to follow. Students will enjoy the activities and feel a real sense of progress.
By Allison Bond
"Scholastic Teacher Bookshop" provides a range of titles reflecting current issues in education as well as the most popular primary curriculum areas. This title provides a collection of original texts that can be used as a focus for assemblies.
Vocabulary acquisition \- increasing the number of words a student knows- will be a key objective for any language course. Titles covering the field of vocabulary acquisition will always be a natural list area for supplementary resource publishing- and will always be amongst the best selling part of the list.
By Pete Maggs
The first thing a class of students gathered together from all over the world will need to do is speak to each other in English! Activities that structure communicative activities are key in the programme of English course run in the UK.
Good reading texts are highly versatile, either as springboards to discussion or as a lead in to more detailed comprehension exercises. The problem for teachers working on an intensive course in the UK is that texts taken from newspapers are ungraded and so too difficult. Teachers need a Timesaving source...
Teachers running private language school classes in the UK are conscious of the fact that the students are here to 'immerse' themselves in British customs and traditions. Teachers attending training courses in the UK also seek to take home material that allows them to present the 'cultural studies' aspect of...