Learning to Learn English Learner's Book: A Course in Learner Training, Volume 1
Cambridge University Press, May 4, 1989 - Foreign Language Study - 118 pages
This package provides a systematic course that enables students to become more effective learners and take on greater responsibility for their own learning. The Learner's Book is divided into two stages. Stage 1 contains activities that focus on styles, needs, organization, and motivation. Stage 2 covers various skills that include: extending vocabulary, dealing with grammar, listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Learners and teachers can select the skills and strategies they need and plan their own route through the materials. The course can be used in conjunction with a regular language course or presented as separate learner training sessions.
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