Speaking 2 Teacher's Book: Intermediate
Cambridge University Press, Oct 20, 1994 - Foreign Language Study - 32 pages
Cambridge Skills for Fluency is a learner-centred range of materials designed specifically to develop students' fluency and confidence in listening, speaking, reading and writing. The books are at four levels from pre-intermediate through to advanced and are suitable for use as supplementary texts or as core texts on skills development courses. Each book in the Cambridge Skills for Fluency series: * promotes fluency by presenting a wide variety of both old and new topics in creative and imaginative ways * genuinely engages students' interest and encourages them to share personal reactions and opinions fluently * focuses on a particular skill but the other skills are integrated in a way that reflects real-life use of language * contains 20 units designed to take about an hour of class time, a detailed contents map and brief teaching notes.
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Letters words and pictures 22 helpful background cultural information and explanations of some of the titles
Stereotypes of males and females
Allow students Ask students CHECKING VOCABULARY choice complete the table Conclude the activity different partner DISCUSSING AN EXAMPLE Divide the class Elicit suggestions Encourage other students Encourage students endangered species FEEDBACK Follow the Student's Food colouring GIVING AN EXAMPLE group discussion STAGE GROUPWORK holiday interview Invite students Key language Magic Flute OPTIONAL ACTIVITY ordinary verbs past pair discussion STAGE pair of students pairs or groups pairs or small pairs STAGE PAIRWORK Play the cassette PRE-LISTENING present perfect tense present tense profiles questions in pairs raise their hands read aloud Repeat this procedure rewind the cassette sentence situation small groups speakers species STAGE Z STARTING THE LESSON statement story Student's Book procedure Students can compare students decide Students discuss Students listen students to ask students to say students to suggest students to tell students understand sure that students talk Tell students tell the class things Write a list