A focused, 50-60 hour course for the revised Cambridge English: First (FCE) for Schools exam from 2015. This Workbook provides further practice of language and vocabulary introduced in the Compact First for Schools Second edition Student's Book. Topics and exam tasks follow the progression of language in the Student's Book units. It also features an eight-page section focusing on the consolidation and extension of skills for the Writing paper. Downloadable Audio contains the listening material for the Workbook listening activities and includes exam-style listening tasks.
Highly focused preparation for the revised 2015 Cambridge English: First (FCE) course in 50-60 core hours. Compact First Second edition provides B2-level students with thorough preparation and practice needed for exam success. Each unit tackles a key part of each exam paper and includes a section on Grammar for Use of English. The Class Audio CDs include all the listening material needed for listening and speaking practice activities and all listening exam tasks. These CDs are also included in the Compact First Student's Book Pack, available separately.
The Active Listening series is a three-level listening course in North American English. It draws on recent research in comprehension, and offers students 20 engaging, task-based units, each built around a topic, function, or grammatical theme. In the first two levels (Introducing and Building), students learn to listen through a careful balance of activities, including listening for gist, listening for specific information, and making inferences. In the third level (Expanding), listening activities are content-based, drawing on real information from a variety of sources.
Choose an official Cambridge English course for the most authoritative exam preparation available! COMPACT FIRST FOR SCHOOLS is a concise and focused course which thoroughly prepares B2-level students for all five papers of Cambridge English First for Schools, also known as First Certificate in English (FCE) for Schools. Eight units provide 50-60 hours of core material to maximise the performance of school-age learners. Key features: the Workbook provides extra practice in Reading, and Writing and exam-style Listening for each unit of the Student's Book; the Audio CD includes all the recordings for the listening exercises; grammar and vocabulary exercises for each unit teach students to avoid common mistakes identified in Cambridge's unique collection of real exam candidates' answers; a six-page Writing section provides further dedicated practice for this part of the exam.
Oxford Grammar for Schools is a 7-level series that helps you understand and practise grammar, supporting and extending what you learn in your coursebook. Understand the grammar: Look at the "Can do" statements to find out what you will learn; See grammar in action: dialogues and examples. Activate your language skills: Learn by listening - not only by reading. Practise communicating with the correct pronunciation. Use the grammar you've learned in "real-life" writing activities. Songs (in levels 1-3) and games use the grammar and make it easier to remember. Make progress: Choose from three levels of exercises. Try the revision unit activities that practise more than one grammar topic. Recycle and build on grammar you learned in other levels. Rate your progress with the end-of-unit self-evaluation boxes. Prepare for exams with exam-style questions.
Six full practice tests with tips and training for the 2015 revised Cambridge English: First (FCE) for Schools. First for Schools Trainer offers six practice tests for the revised Cambridge English: First (FCE) for Schools exam combined with easy-to-follow guidance and exam tips. The first two tests are fully guided with advice on how to tackle each paper. Extra practice activities, informed by the Cambridge Learner Corpus, a bank of real candidates' exam papers, focus on areas where students typically need the most help. This 'without answers' edition is ideal for class use. Audio for the listening and speaking test activities is available online for download. Audio CDs featuring the listening material are also available, separately.
Complete First for Schools is official preparation for the revised 2015 Cambridge English: First (FCE) for Schools exam. This Student's Book combines the very best in contemporary classroom practice with engaging topics aimed at younger students. The information, practice and advice contained in the course ensure that they are fully prepared for all parts of the test, with strategies and skills to maximise their score. The CD-ROM contains grammar and vocabulary exercises for motivating, flexible study. The Workbook provides extra practice of the language covered in the Student's Book. The Audio CD provides the listening material for the exercises in the Workbook. Class Audio CDs, available separately, contain the recordings for the Student's Book listening exercises.
Six full practice tests plus easy-to-follow expert guidance and exam tips designed to guarantee exam success. The Preliminary for Schools Trainer Audio CDs feature the listening activities from the tests.
Happy Street is a two-level course for children starting English at the beginning of the school system. Together with songs, chants, games, and listening activities, Happy Street 1 offers an accessible introduction to reading and writing and is suitable for use either as the children's first contact with English or after an oral-aural introduction. Happy Street Components • The Class Book uses appealing songs, chants, and stories for language presentation, with oral and reading practice and extension activities. The Colin in Computerland adventure stories provide stimulating opportunities for language revision and functional language presentation, and children encounter a rich variety of material in the Extended Reading sections. • The Activity Book offers a wide range of aural and written practice activities consolidating vocabulary and structures taught in the Class Book, and provides clear models for personalization. Rhyme Time recycles vocabulary to give a memorable pronunciation focus, and children keep a record of their learning as they answer Quizzy's Questions. • The Cassettes/CDs contain all the songs, chants, stories, and listening activities from the Class Book and Activity Book, and listening material for the photocopiable tests in the Teacher's Book. • The Teacher's Book provides full, clear teaching notes with suggestions for further activities, and 3 photocopiable tests. • The Teacher's Resource Pack contains a poster for use in the classroom, 64 colour flashcards, and extra photocopiable activities.
Compact Key for Schools is a focused, 50 - 60 hour course for the Cambridge English: Key (KET) for Schools exam. The Workbook without answers provides further practice of language and vocabulary introduced in the Student's Book with a six-page section focusing specifically on vocabulary. The accompanying Audio CD contains extra listening material for practice at home, including exam-style tasks.
The Teacher's Manual contains a variety of suggestions and information to enrich the material in the Student Book. It includes general teaching suggestions for each section of a typical unit, answers to frequently asked questions, unit-by-unit teaching tips with ideas for further communicative practice, and a supplementary listening activity section. Answers to the Student Book exercises and audioscripts of the listening activities are found at the back of the Teacher's Manual. Also included in the Teacher's Manual is a CD-ROM that includes PowerPoint presentations that offer alternative ways of presenting selected grammar structures. Focus on Grammar helps students understand and practice English grammar through contextualized listening, speaking, reading, and writing activities. Focus on Grammar combines controlled and communicative practice with critical thinking skills and ongoing assessment.
Compact Preliminary for Schools is a focused, 50-60 hour course for Cambridge English: Preliminary for Schools, also known as Preliminary English Test (PET). The Student's Book features eight topic based units with focused exam preparation to maximise the performance of school-age learners. Units are divided in the order of the exam with pages on Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking. A Grammar reference covers key areas in the syllabus and unit based wordlists include target vocabulary with definitions. The Student's Book also features a revision section and full practice test. The accompanying CD-ROM provides interactive grammar, vocabulary and exam skills tasks including listening. Course users also have exclusive access to a further practice test with audio via a URL in the Student's Book.
Chatterbox is a four-part beginner's course for children learning English in primary schools. -Chatterbox makes learning easy with an exciting serial story; -Chatterbox involves children in a variety of fun activities; -Chatterbox follows a carefully graded syllabus which allows for recycling of language; -Chatterbox gives children a thorough grounding in listening, speaking, reading and writing.
Complete First for Schools is official preparation for the revised 2015 Cambridge English: First (FCE) for Schools exam. The course combines the very best in contemporary classroom practice with engaging topics aimed at younger students. The information, practice and advice contained in the course ensure that they are fully prepares also available, separatelyd for all parts of the test, with strategies and skills to maximise their score. The Workbook provides extra practice of the language and skills covered in the Complete First for Schools Student's Book. The Audio CD contains the recordings for the Workbook listening exercises. A Workbook with answers with Audio CD.
Words that Go Together activities highlight collocations-words that are easier to learn together. Taking Notes activities challenge students to listen for main ideas and details in a short description of a person, place, or thing. Short Conversations ask students to infer tone, attitude, or the context of the speakers' conversation. Critical Thinking questions develop students' thinking skills. Language Focus activities draw on a grammatical structure from the listening and help students develop accuracy in speaking and writing. Pronunciation and Conversation activities help guide students to more accurate and conversational speech. Internet activities build students' Internet research skills. Self-Tests help students and teachers assess progress. What a World Reading-a 3-level complementary series-explores parallel themes to What a World Listening as it develops students' reading skills and vocabulary.