ADVENTURES PRE-INTERMEDIATE - TEACHER'S BOOK

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Oxford University Press, 2003 - Foreign Language Study - 192 pages
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Adventures builds students' confidence through the use of clear grammar presentations, varied practice exercises, and guided skills work. The highly motivating topics have been carefully chosen to appeal to teenagers. The clear syllabus offers an analytical approach to grammar, as well as extensive and varied practice. Strong emphasis is placed on skills development and study skills. There is a systematic approach to vocabulary building. The variety of challenging andenjoyable activities motivate students to participate fully in class. The optional 'World of English' sections exploit functional and everyday language, cross-cultural topics, and authentic pop songs.

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Contents

Introduction
4
Evaluation
10
Crime
22
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Ben Wetz has worked for 12 years as a teacher and teacher trainer, and is the author of several successful courses for teenagers. Adventures was inspired by his belief that teenagers learn most effectively when they are highly motivated.

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