Flashlight, Level 1, Volume 1

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Oxford University Press, Jun 1, 2006 - English language - 98 pages
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The very first page of each unit pulls students in to the topic and the vocabulary that relates to it. Only then do we move on to grammar - but at this point students have a reason to learn it. Flashlight is full of things that interest students. They hear real teenagers talking in the Everyday English sections using language they can also use, and they will love the authentic English pop songs. And of course students enjoy talking or writing about themselves or their opinions - so every section of every unit asks them to do exactly that! We want to make students think, but we also want them to feel they can complete the activities successfully. Flashlight gives a lot of support, providing clear models for speaking and writing. With Flashlight you'll find extra help and extension worksheets, and extra reading so you have the right resources for every student.

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About the author (2006)

Paul A. Davies began writing for Oxford University Press in 1998. Before that, he worked as an editor on several ELT coursebooks and as a compiler on an English-Spanish bilingual dictionary. Tim Falla graduated from Oxford University with a BA Honours degree in Modern Languages. He took a Post Graduate Certificate in Education in English for Speakers of Other Languages at London University and taught in Japan, the UK, Spain, and Saudi Arabia. From 1988 until 1992 he was an editor in theELT Division of Oxford University Press. Since then he has worked as a freelance author.

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