What's It Like? Student's Book: Life and Culture in Britain Today
Cambridge University Press, Apr 27, 2000 - Foreign Language Study - 96 pages
This British cultural studies course is intended for students at an intermediate to upper-intermediate level in upper secondary or university level education.The 10 units explore the variety and realities of lifestyles in contemporary British society through a range of broad topics such as cultural diversity, sport, food, and holidays and leisure. The book's comparative, cross-cultural approach allows students to take the familiar as a departure point before moving into the less familiar. The wealth of authentic texts from different genres and recordings of unscripted interviews encourage a creative response and involvement throughout. This integration of language, literature and culture allows students to build up a personal picture and understanding of modern Britain. A Teacher s Book and Cassette is also available.
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