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HIGHER EDUCATION

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING

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2012 CATALOG


We believe in learning. All kinds of learning for all kinds of people, delivered in a personal style. We believe in its power to change lives, to open doors, to break barriers, to build societies, and to offer hope and possibility. Because wherever learning flourishes, so do people.


Pearson Longman is now Pearson. Pearson is a global company with hundreds of publishing imprints. Coming together as Pearson symbolizes our commitment to helping students reach their potential in and outside of the classroom. We will continue to provide the quality materials and excellent service you have come to expect.

level guide

2

adult education

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courses

13, 18

civics

20

entry-level / literacy

We look forward to growing and changing with you as the world around us continues to become more diverse and as education evolves for both teachers and students. As part of these changes, Pearson will continue to develop educational solutions tailored to your needs.

courses

Education has the power to change lives. Together we have the power to drive true change and make learning accessible to all who seek it.

grammar

30

reading

39

writing

52

listening/speaking

61

Pearson Always Learning

21

general English

22

integrated skills

27

70

pronunciation

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vocabulary/idioms

72

Longman dictionaries

75

leveled readers

82

Penguin active reading

83

Penguin readers

84

business English

86

testing/exam prep

87

methodology/professional development

94

linguistics

103

other titles of interest

104

title/author index

110

order form worksheet

111

ordering information

112

ELL specialists

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Table of Contents

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Adult Education: Courses Foundations 2e Side by Side Plus Side by Side 3e Side by Side Interactive Word by Word Picture Dictionary Word by Word Basic Picture Dictionary Day by Day ExpressWays Future NEW! Center Stage

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Adult Education: Civics Voices of Freedom 4e Future U.S. Citizens

Adult Education: Entry-level/Literacy Literacy Plus Longman ESL Literacy 3e Picture This! Survival English

Courses: General English Top Notch 2e NEW! Summit 2e NEW! English In Common NEW! Longman English Interactive

Courses: Integrated Skills Academic Connections NorthStar 3e

Grammar Focus on Grammar 4e NEW! Azar-Hagen Grammar Series Azar Interactive Longman Student Grammar of Spoken and Written English Real Grammar

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Reading Real Reading Reading Power NEW! New Password 2e For Your Information 2e Ready to Read World of Reading Exploring Content True Stories What A World Reading 2e All About the USA Contact USA American Ways 3e Great American Stories A World of Fiction

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Writing Grammar for Writing NEW! Focus on Writing NEW! The Longman Academic Writing Series Engaging Writing 2e From Reading to Writing Ready to Write Writing to Communicate The Essentials of English

Listening/Speaking Listening Power Contemporary Topics 3e Learn to Listen, Listen to Learn 3e The Issues Series 3e Real Talk What A World Listening What I Believe

Listening/Speaking: Pronunciation Accurate English English Pronunciation Made Simple 2e Focus on Pronunciation

Vocabulary/Idioms Focus on Vocabulary 2e Vocabulary Power Essential Idioms in English 5e Idiom Adventure Idiom Advantage

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Leveled Readers Penguin Active Reading Penguin Readers

Business English Market Leader 3e NEW!

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Testing/Exam Prep Longman Course for the TOEFL® Test: iBT 2e NorthStar Building Skills for the TOEFL® iBT iTests NEW! Longman Preparation Series for the New TOEIC® Test 5e NEW! Practice Tests Plus Series NEW! Focus on IELTS NEW! The Official Guide to PTE Academic

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21st Century Skills

Adult

Education

Transitions

Career Pathways

“We must take care to preserve our role as true teachers of language — helping students develop the competence and confidence to use English creatively to meet their own needs, life circumstances, and goals — today and in the future.”

Steven J. Molinsky Steven J. Molinsky Bill Bliss Bill Bliss

The following pages take students on this journey.

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Courses:

Adult Education

To Contact Your E LL Specialist, Call 1-800-375-2375

Foundations

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Second Edition Pre-Beginning – Low-Beginning

Steven J. Molinsky and Bill Bliss

pearsoneltusa.com/foundations Foundations is an all-skills, standards-based program for beginning-literacy and low-beginning learners of English. Its clear and easy-to-use format offers students an introduction to basic English for essential lifeskill situations and builds a language foundation for students’ future success at the Book 1 level of instruction.

Features: • Standards-based lessons integrate lifeskill competencies contained in CASAS, EFF, SCANS, and other curricula. • Photo dictionary pages introduce key vocabulary. • Easy-to-use two-page lessons are designed for students with limited prior experience using a textbook. • Numbers lessons build students’ numeracy and math skills. • Community tasks introduce basic civics topics. • Unit achievement tests prepare students for success on standardized assessments. • Teacher’s Guide with Tests and CD-ROM with Multilevel Activity Book offers teaching strategies, multilevel expansion activities, tests, and worksheets for preliteracy, literacy, handwriting, number, and vocabulary practice. • Vocabulary Photo Cards and Transparencies provide picture resources for activities and games. • Access literacy text prepares students for Foundations.

Level

Courses

Picture Dictionaries

Literacy/ Low-Beginning

Access Foundations

Beginning/ Intermediate

Side by Side 1–4 Word by Word Side by Side Plus 1–4 ExpressWays 1–4 Day by Day Voices of Freedom

High-Intermediate/ Communicator 1–2 Advanced

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Word by Word Basic

Foundations Student Book and Activity Workbook 978-0-13-135263-6

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MOLINSKY & BLISS PROGRAMS

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$ 29.20

Student Book

978-0-13-173144-8

$ 20.20

Activity Workbook with Audio CDs

978-0-13-227555-2

$ 16.30

Teacher’s Guide with Tests and CD-ROM with Multilevel Activity Book

978-0-13-714570-6

$ 31.20

Vocabulary Photo Cards (313)

978-0-13-223838-0

$ 119.40

Transparencies

978-0-13-228459-2

$ 32.30

Student Book Audio CDs

978-0-13-188668-1

$ 63.70

Student Book Audiocassettes

978-0-13-175585-7

$ 63.70

Access Student Book

978-0-13-004235-4

$ 19.60

Price

Teacher’s Guide

978-0-13-005992-5

$ 30.35

Audiocassettes

978-0-13-004250-7

$ 63.95

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Adult Education:

View Sample Units Online: www.pearsoneltusa.com

Side by Side Plus

Courses

Life Skills, Standards, & Test Prep

More than 35 million students have learned English with Side by Side.

Low-Beginning – Intermediate

Steven J. Molinsky and Bill Bliss

pearsoneltusa.com/sidebysideplus Side by Side Plus builds students’ general language proficiency for success in daily life, the community, and work. Together, Foundations and Side by Side Plus offer a comprehensive learning system from the low-beginning level to students transitioning to career and academic English at the intermediate level.

Features:

“Side by Side Plus is one of the most user friendly series for today’s multilevel adult learner classroom, and is always a part of my lesson plans. A resource every teacher should have.” Patricia Urdialez National Family Literacy Teacher of the Year Mesa Unified School District Adult Education Mesa, AZ

• A proven learning methodology integrates dynamic conversation practice within carefully structured grammatical frameworks. • Standards-based lessons develop key competencies for CASAS, BEST Plus, EFF, and more. • Learner-persistence components help students achieve benchmarks and persist in their learning goals. • Multilevel materials and teaching strategies support students at different levels of proficiency. • CD-ROM and print reproducibles make lesson preparation easy. • Audio CDs included in each book extend learning beyond the classroom. • Activity and Test Prep Workbooks with Audio promote learner persistence through high-interest self-study activities that reinforce classroom instruction and help students who “stop out” to continue learning at home.

• Teacher’s Guides provide easy-to-use strategies to help teachers preview and pre-drill lesson objectives for students who need extra preparation. Hundreds of dynamic expansion activities offer reinforcement and enrichment for students at different ability levels. • Multilevel Activity & Achievement Test Books and CD-ROMs provide a wealth of reproducible resources including supplemental worksheets offering multilevel grammar, vocabulary, life skills, number practice, activity masters, and tests.

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Courses:

Check-up tests allow a quick assessment of student achievement.

Vocabulary checklists help students review key words in each unit.

Community tasks introduce civics topics and connect students to community services.

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Real-life conversation practice gets students talking through interactive pair work.

Adult Education

Language skill checklists in the form of can-do statements enable students to describe and keep track of their developing skills.

Realia-based reading activities and literacy tasks include schedules, signs, ads, and other authentic materials.

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Critical thinking and problem-solving activities help students focus on issues and share ideas and solutions.

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LEVEL 1

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 3

LEVEL 4

978-0-13-508723-7

978-0-13-508761-9

978-0-13-508760-2

978-0-13-508759-6

$ 30.70

Student Book (with Gazette Audio CD)

978-0-13-240254-5

978-0-13-240255-2

978-0-13-240256-9

978-0-13-240257-6

$ 20.70

Student Book A (with Gazette Audio CD)

978-0-13-209010-0

978-0-13-209012-4

Student Book B (with Gazette Audio CD)

978-0-13-209011-7

978-0-13-209013-1

Activity & Test Prep Workbook (with 2 Audio CDs)

978-0-13-607059-7

978-0-13-607060-3

$ Student Book & Activity & Test Prep Workbook

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$ 11.55 $ 11.55 978-0-13-040649-1

978-0-13-040640-8

$ 17.65

Split Activity Test Prep Workbook 1A

978-0-13-246344-7

$

9.15

Split Activity Test Prep Workbook 1B

978-0-13-246345-4

$

9.15

Split Activity Test Prep Workbook 2A

978-0-13-246346-1

$

9.15

Split Activity Test Prep Workbook 2B

978-0-13-246347-8

$

9.15

Teacher’s Guide w/Multilevel Activity & Achievement Test Book and CD-ROM

978-0-13-240669-7

978-0-13-240708-3

978-0-13-234387-9

978-0-13-234388-6

$ 33.60

Communication Games

978-0-13-026754-2

978-0-13-026767-2

978-0-13-026886-0

Picture Cards, Levels 1-4

978-0-13-027005-4

$ 108.90

Placement Test, Levels 1-4

978-0-13-027002-3

$ 30.65

Student Book Audio CDs

978-0-13-026748-1

978-0-13-026759-7

978-0-13-026882-2

978-0-13-026880-8

$ 201.25

Student Book Audiocassettes

978-0-13-027288-1

978-0-13-027280-5

978-0-13-026870-9

978-0-13-026889-1

$ 201.25

$ 21.55

See pages 8–9 for Side by Side TV and Side by Side Interactive. See page 5 for all Foundations components and prices.

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Side by Side

Courses

More than 35 million students have learned English with Side by Side.

Third Edition Beginning – Intermediate

Steven J. Molinsky and Bill Bliss

pearsoneltusa.com/sidebyside Teachers worldwide praise Side by Side because students truly learn the language as they interact with each other and talk about themselves and the world around them. Through the methodology of guided conversations, Side by Side engages students in meaningful conversations within carefully structured grammatical frameworks. Students are then encouraged to move beyond the textbook to create conversations on their own. This dynamic, all-skills program integrates listening, speaking, reading, and writing in an engaging, fun, easy-to-use format.

Features: • Vocabulary preview sections in every chapter introduce key words in a picture-dictionary format. • How to Say It! lessons highlight communication strategies. • Pronunciation exercises provide models for practicing authentic pronunciation, stress, and intonation. • Journal writing activities invite students to relate lesson themes to their own lives and experiences. • Side by Side Gazette “magazine-style” pages feature articles, fact files, vocabulary expansion, cross-cultural topics, fun with idioms, authentic listening activities, e-mail exchanges, and humorous cartoons for role-playing.

Side by Side TV Beginning – Low-Intermediate

Side by Side TV DVD-plus-workbook packages are ideal for selfstudy. The popular videos offer comedy sketches, game shows, music, on-location interviews, and more –– with optional subtitles to enhance language learning. The workbooks provide activities for each video scene, complete scripts, grammar charts, and answer keys.

perfect partner

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Adult Education

Courses:

Beginning – Low-Intermediate

“A fabulous resource offering students practice in grammar, speaking, listening, vocabulary, pronunciation, reading and writing. The video, audio, and animations provided are all very engaging.” Media & Methods Magazine

Steven J. Molinsky and Bill Bliss

pearsoneltusa.com/multimedia Side by Side Interactive is an innovative two-level program that combines interactive video, audio, graphics, and text to provide students with powerful learning tools and abundant exercises and activities for effective language instruction that is individualized, self-paced, easy to use, and fun!

• GrammarToons focus on key language structures through entertaining cartoons. • Check-up tests offer students instant feedback. • Lifeskills and civics lessons integrate competencies required by adult education curriculum standards.

Activity Workbooks provide comprehensive supplementary activities and are designed to serve as self-study companions.

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Side by Side TV TV DVD A and Interactive Activity Workbook A TV DVD B and Interactive Activity Workbook B Side by Side TV DVD A Side by Side TV DVD B Side by Side TV A (VHS) Side by Side TV B (VHS) Reference Guide

LEVEL 1

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42.50

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978-0-13-026890-7

Without Lifeskills & Civics 978-0-13-048476-5 978-0-13-048483-3 978-0-13-111400-5 978-0-13-111407-4 978-0-13-111401-2 978-0-13-111408-1 978-0-13-111403-6 978-0-13-111409-8 978-0-13-183683-9 978-0-13-110761-8 978-0-13-110762-5

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Side by Side Interactive

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Price

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

30.70 20.70 26.20 14.35 17.65 20.70 20.70 33.60 21.55 30.65 30.65 108.90 201.25 201.25 72.50 72.50

Price

$ 258.30 $1,033.20 $2,066.40 $4,132.80 $6,177.05 $6,177.05 $ 19.60 $ 19.60

See page 5 for all Foundations components and prices.

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Adult Education:

Courses

Word by Word Picture Dictionary Programs Second Edition Literacy – Intermediate

3

Over 4,000 words in an expanded range of topics prepare students for success using English in everyday life, in the community, in school, and at work.

3

Expanded discussion questions encourage students to share their backgrounds, experiences, opinions, and creativity as they relate vocabulary topics to their own lives.

3

The Word by Word Picture Dictionary offers over 4,000 words and 138 topics carefully sequenced in 17 thematic units.

The complete Word by Word program offers effective instructional tools for teachers and multi-level options for students:

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The Teacher’s Guide and Lesson Planner with CD-ROM includes lesson-planning suggestions, community tasks, Internet web links, and reproducible masters.

3

The Literacy Workbook provides fundamental practice with the alphabet, basic reading, writing, vocabulary, and listening for learners at the beginning-literacy and low-beginning levels (audio CD included).

3

Vocabulary Workbooks feature motivating vocabulary, grammar, and listening practice (audio CDs included).

3

Lifeskills Workbooks provide standards-based activities and readings tied to major curriculum frameworks.

3

Color Transparencies and Vocabulary Game Cards are ideal picture resources. The Testing Program provides effective tools for assessment.

3

Bilingual Editions are also available.

Workbooks 0-13-235838-7 0-13-148218-1 0-13-193539-9 0-13-191633-5 0-13-815484-8 0-13-191631-9 0-13-191627-0 0-13-193542-9 0-13-191630-0 0-13-193540-2 0-13-191632-7 0-13-191626-2 0-13-242874-1 0-13-191634-3

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The Audio Program includes all words and conversations, plus bonus WordSongs.

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Student Texts English (Monolingual—U.S. Edition) English (Monolingual—International Edition) English/Arabic English/Brazilian Portuguese English/Chinese (Simplified) English/Chinese (Traditional) English/Haitian Kreyol English/Japanese English/Korean English/Polish English/Russian English/Spanish (U.S. Edition) English/Spanish (International Edition) English/Vietnamese

LITERACY WORKBOOK

Literacy Workbook

A careful research-based sequence of lessons integrates students’ development of grammar, vocabulary, reading, and writing skills through topics that begin with the immediate world of the student and progress to the world at large.

WORD by WORD

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The Word by Word Picture Dictionary is famous worldwide for its ease-of-use, lively spirit, and active conversational approach. The new Literacy Workbook supplements each dictionary lesson by providing fundamental practice with the alphabet, basic reading, writing, vocabulary, and listening for beginning-literacy and low-beginning learners of English.

Vibrant illustrations and simple accessible lesson pages are designed for clarity and ease-of-use with students at all levels. Word by Word is the most learner-friendly picture dictionary—especially for low-beginning and beginning-level learners.

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An Innovative Skill-Building Literacy Workbook

Outstanding features of the Word by Word Picture Dictionary: 3

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Literacy Workbook with Audio CD Beginning Vocabulary Workbook with Audio CDs Beginning Lifeskills Workbook Intermediate Vocabulary Workbook with Audio CDs Intermediate Lifeskills Workbook

0-13-189228-2 0-13-189229-0 0-13-193545-3 0-13-189230-4 0-13-194342-1

Teacher Resources Teacher’s Guide and Lesson Planner with CD-ROM Vocabulary Game Cards Transparencies Testing Program (Forthcoming)

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Audio Program Picture Dictionary Audio CDs (8) Picture Dictionary Audio Cassettes (7)

0-13-191613-0 0-13-191612-2

ISBN-13: 978-0-13-189228-6 ISBN-10: 0-13-189228-2

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An Innovative Standards-Based Lifeskills Workbook The Word by Word Basic Picture Dictionary is famous worldwide for its ease-of-use, lively spirit, and active conversational approach. The new Basic Lifeskills Workbook supplements each dictionary lesson with competency-based activities tied to key national, state, and local curriculum standards.

Molinsky • Bliss

LIFESKILLS WORKBOOK

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Outstanding features of the Lifeskills Workbook: 3 Standards-based lessons cover the key adult competencies included in CASAS, EFF, SCANS, LCPs, and other state and local curriculum frameworks. 3 Lifeskills activities connect vocabulary learning to the real-life competencies students need to succeed in their roles as members of a family, a community, and a workforce. 3 Document literacy practice includes a variety of forms, checklists, advertisements, receipts, medicine labels, schedules, and more.

3 Reading passages and comprehension exercises prepare students for reading assessments common in standardized tests. 3 Community tasks connect the classroom to the outside world as students do observational and information-gathering activities and then share the results in class. 3 “Reaching Out” activities enable students to apply lesson content to their own lives while they develop language skills for effective teamwork and interpersonal communication.

WORD by WORD

The complete Word by Word Basic program offers effective instructional tools for teachers and multilevel options for students: 3 The Word by Word Basic Picture Dictionary offers over 2,500 words and more than 100 topics.

Lifeskills Workbook

3 The Teacher’s Guide and Lesson Planner with CD-ROM includes lesson-planning suggestions, community tasks, Internet web links, and reproducible masters. 3 A Vocabulary Workbook features motivating vocabulary, grammar, and listening practice (Audio CDs included). 3 This Lifeskills Workbook provides standards-based activities and readings tied to major curriculum frameworks. 3 A Literacy Workbook offers fundamental practice with the alphabet and basic vocabulary, reading, and writing for pre-Beginners (Audio CD included). 3 The Audio Program includes all words and conversations, plus bonus WordSongs. 3 Color Transparencies and Vocabulary Game Cards are ideal picture resources.

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3 The Testing Program provides effective tools for assessment. 3 Bilingual Editions are also available.

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pearsoneltusa.com/wordbyword The Word by Word and Word by Word Basic Picture Dictionaries present vocabulary in context through vibrant illustrations and easy-to-use lesson pages. The unique interactive methodology makes vocabulary learning come alive as a dynamic communicative experience that prepares students at all levels for success using English in everyday life.

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Components:

• Word by Word and Word by Word Basic are the only picture dictionaries in which students practice every word on every page conversationally.

• A Teacher’s Guide and Lesson Planner with CD-ROM includes lesson-planning suggestions, community tasks, Internet web links, reproducible worksheets, and hundreds of multilevel communicative expansion activities.

• A careful research-based sequence of lessons integrates development of grammar and vocabulary skills. • Discussion questions encourage students to share their backgrounds, experiences, and opinions. • Extensive coverage of lifeskill competencies meets standards-based curriculum objectives. • Workplace and school-subject lessons prepare students with basic career and academic vocabulary for successful transitions to work and further education. • A WordSongs Music CD included with each dictionary extends learning outside the classroom through motivating musical practice.

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• A unique choice of Workbooks offers flexible options for vocabulary, literacy, and lifeskills practice. • A complete Audio Program includes all vocabulary, conversation practice, and WordSongs. • Vocabulary Game Cards and Transparencies promote interactive learning. • A Testing Program provides effective tools for assessment of student progress. • Bilingual Editions offer native-language support.

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The Most Teachable and Communicative Picture Dictionaries available for Multilevel Classrooms

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Through Word by Word’s unique interactive methodology, students practice conversationally every word in every lesson.

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Word by Word Basic’s simple page design makes it the most accessible picture dictionary for low-beginners.

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Day by Day

ExpressWays

English for Employment Communication

Second Edition

Beginning

Beginning – Intermediate

Steven J. Molinsky and Bill Bliss

Steven J. Molinsky and Bill Bliss

Day by Day offers beginning learners a comprehensive introduction to workplace communication. Through a dynamic all-skills approach, students learn the language they need to obtain employment and communicate effectively with supervisors, co-workers, and customers.

ExpressWays together with Communicator is a complete sixlevel course that features all-skills language practice. The series incorporates cooperative learning, critical thinking, problem solving, role-playing, cross-cultural discussions, self-assessment, and community activities to promote an interactive, studentcentered learning experience.

Features:

Features:

• Workplace conversations give students practice with essential on-the-job communication.

• An innovative tri-dimensional syllabus integrates lifeskill topics, functions, and grammar in each lesson.

• Teamwork activities engage students in cooperative learning tasks.

• A spiraled curriculum presents a full range of situations and contexts at varying levels of difficulty.

• Bulletin board notices provide cultural information about employer expectations and employee rights and responsibilities.

• Workplace communication lessons prepare students for transitions to employment.

• Simulation activities and role-plays develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills in workplace contexts.

• Student Texts integrate lifeskill topics, functions, and grammar through conversation practice, role-playing, discussion, and cooperative learning.

Components:

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• Activity and Test Prep Workbooks reinforce vocabulary and grammar and prepare students for standardized tests. • Communicator I and II provide intermediate learners with comprehensive practice of functional English, grammar, and discourse strategies in employment, academic, and community contexts.

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Civics:

Adult Education

English and Civics for U.S. Citizenship Fourth Edition

Dialogues prepare students to communicate successfully during the English and civics test.

Beginning – Intermediate

Bill Bliss Voices of Freedom meets the guidelines of the new citizenship test. This accessible content-based text for beginners includes carefully sequenced lessons that integrate essential government and history topics with basic vocabulary and grammar. The text prepares students for the redesigned test’s focus on concepts of democracy and the rights and responsibilities of citizenship. New illustrations make the subject matter memorable, illustrating not only the history and government concepts but the citizenship application process as well. Using the text’s active methodology, students develop the communication skills they need to demonstrate their English language skills and civics knowledge at the naturalization interview.

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Voices of Freedom

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A comprehensive test-prep section walks students through the procedures they will follow at the USCIS office.

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Future

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Series Consultants: Beatriz B. Díaz, Ronna Magy, and Federico Salas-Isnardi

futureenglishforresults.com Future is an engaging six-level, four-skill adult English language course that provides a complete, well-structured classroom program.

Transitions Studies have shown that there are significant similarities in the skills necessary for success in employment and post-secondary education. These skills include critical thinking, communication, numeracy, reading and writing, taking initiative, and working independently. Future addresses the diverse needs of adult learners — those preparing to transition to career or post-secondary education, those wanting to help their children, and those studying English to improve their own lives.

21st Century Skills Future develops the interpersonal skills necessary for success in the 21st century, such as working collaboratively, planning and prioritizing, directing one’s own learning, and solving complex problems creatively. In addition, Future addresses 21st century needs including financial literacy, environmental literacy, and health literacy.

Career Pathways Future’s unique persistence curriculum teaches students how to set goals, develop stronger study skills, and monitor their progress. Studies have proven these tools enhance students’ ability to achieve their learning goals.

new to the course • • • • •

Literacy Workbook Multilevel Communicative Activities Books 3–5 ActiveTeach Transitions to Work Future U.S. Citizens (See page18.)

“Not only do I find the Future series to be a wonderful real-world skill builder, my students appreciate and give positive feedback about the series as well. This series seamlessly incorporates beneficial lifeskills, including wonderful lessons on various work-related skills and easy-tounderstand, authentic lessons. And, it does all this while incorporating wellsuited grammar.” Zack Lewis Utica Adult Learning Center Utica, NY

“The Future books touch student’s lives and their hearts as they learn English. In Future, there are so many good tools for teachers to use in multilevel classes.” Irasema Zaragoza Ysleta Independent School District El Paso, TX

Assessment and Test Prep Future addresses assessment in numerous ways throughout the course to ensure positive student learning outcomes. • CASAS-style listening activities and performance-based assessments. • Unit tests using standardized testing formats. • ExamView® Assessment Suite with ready-made and customizable tests at multilevels. • A Placement Test to evaluate student proficiency.

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Student Book with CD-ROM and Audio Files

Workbook (with Audio in Levels Intro, 1 & 2)

($35.00 if purchased separately.)

The interactive Practice Plus CD-ROM in the back of every Student Book provides multiple pathways to learning, allowing students to make up what they may miss in class and persist in their studies. Every Practice Plus CD-ROM includes 200 additional activities per level, addresses valuable computer-literacy skills, and has the complete studio audio on MP3 files.

Listening: Multiple Choice Activity

Lifeskills: Drag and Drop Activity

Writing: Spelling/Error Correction Activity

Speaking: Record and Compare Activity

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Adult Education

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Adult Education:

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Results for Teaching and Learning

new new Student Book with interactive Practice Plus CD-ROM extends learning beyond the classroom and provides multiple pathways to learning.

The Workbook with Audio CD (Intro–2) gives students access to more listening practice and allows students to devote their time to the lessons and specific skill areas that they need to work on most.

Transitions to Work includes 5 books at the beginning level and 5 books at the intermediate level that build on the language and skills development in the Student Books. They extend learners’ competencies in 5 career areas: hospitality, food services, manufacturing, technology, and healthcare.

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new levels 3–5 available online

The Teacher’s Edition and Lesson Planner offers multilevel options for pair and group activities, as well as numerous extension activities designed to reach students at all levels.

The ActiveTeach transforms the Student Book into projectable pages with dynamic teaching tools to focus attention and create more interaction in class.

The Multilevel Communicative Activities Book provides an array of reproducible activities and games that engage students through different modalities.

The Tests and Test Prep Book with ExamView® Assessment Suite allows teachers to prepare tests at three levels, customize existing tests, and create their own tests using the databank.

The Transparencies and Reproducible Vocabulary Cards (Intro–2) include picture and word cards that help kinesthetic and visual learners acquire new vocabulary.

The Classroom Audio CDs provide practice with conversations, vocabulary, grammar, reading, and lifeskill competencies.

literacy

The Placement Test evaluates students’ proficiency in all skill areas, allowing teachers to easily assign students to the appropriate level.

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New for Emerging Readers!

The Literacy Workbook is for learners with limited reading and writing skills in their native languages and for those whose alphabets are non-roman. It helps learners develop literacy skills by limiting the amount of text on each page and focusing intensive practice on the lesson’s key words. Worksheets that help students with the mechanics of letter formation are downloadable from www.futureenglishforresults.com

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Future ActiveTeach

new Future ActiveTeach transforms the Student Book intonew projectable pages with dynamic teaching tools to focus attention and create more interaction in class.

• Pages may be projected with or without a whiteboard. • Easy-to-use digital tools include zooming in, highlighting, and writing with “save” functionality. • Point-of-use access to the audio program. • Vocabulary flash cards for in-class interactivity.

Future Teacher Training DVD Future provides teachers with creative solutions for all stages of lesson planning and implementation. The Future Teacher Training DVD gives teachers practical tips and models for conducting various activity types in the classroom. Each video segment is 10–15 minutes long and features listening/speaking, grammar, reading, problem solving, and more. Watch interviews with the authors to learn how to teach these skills at different levels.

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Future U.S. Citizens

Civics

High-Beginning – Low-Intermediate

Unit 5

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Government Part 1

Lesson 1 The Three Branches of Government 1 A

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  Listen to the questions. Do you know the answers?

• Name one branch, or part, of the government. (Question 13) • Who is in charge of the executive branch? (Question 15) • Who makes federal laws? (Question 16) • What are the two parts of the U.S. Congress? (Question 17) B If you want to check your answers, go to page 00.

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WHAT DO YOU KNOW?

A Look at the buildings in Washington, D.C. What are their names? Label the pictures. Use the names in the box.

the Capitol

the Supreme Court

the White House

Sarah Lynn, Federico Salas-Isnardi, and Gemma Santos Future U.S. Citizens prepares students for the U.S. Naturalization Test. The Student Book is divided into three parts: Civics Test Prep, Speaking Test Prep, and Reading and Writing Test Prep, allowing instructors to teach both the content required for the “100 Questions” and the skills needed for the speaking, reading, and writing tests. The bound-in Active Book is a digital version of the entire book and also includes supplemental interactive activities for self-study. • Three mock interview videos and all MP3 files help model effective speaking strategies and pronunciation. • E-flash cards help students prepare for the civics test. • Record-and-compare exercises help students practice reading.

SPEAKING STRATEGY: ASK SOmEONE TO SPEAK mORE SlOWlY OR lOUdER 2. 3.

The USCIS officer might speak very fast during the interview or have B Who works in each building? an accent that you are not familiar with. If you would like the officer to speak more slowly, you can say Could you please speak more slowly? If you did not hear a question, you can say Excuse me, I didn’t hear you. Could you please say that louder?

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Civics Test Prep 63   Listen to part of the interview. What does Mrs. Rivas ask the officer? Circle a or b.

a. Could you say that more slowly? b. Could you speak more slowly? B Here are ways to ask someone to speak more slowly or louder.

Could you please speak more slowly? Could you say that more slowly, please? Excuse me, I didn’t hear you. Could you please say that louder? I’m sorry, I didn’t hear the question. Can you please speak louder?

PRONUNCIATION T123

Pronunciation Watch

  Listen and repeat.

Could you, What did you, Why did you In conversation, could you is often pronounced “couldja.” What did you is often pronounced “Whadja.” Why did you is often pronounced “Whydja.” The words are joined together and pronounced as one word.

Could you say that more slowly? Could you please repeat that? Could you speak louder? What did you do there?

The “Book Plus Active Book” features:

Why did you change jobs?

• Innovative “test prep” approach focuses on the information, skills, and strategies students need for passing the test. • Flexible instructional design allows teachers to focus on civics, interview skills, or reading/writing. • Civics integration exercises help learners apply the concepts of citizenship to their daily lives. Available for student purchase at www.pearsoneltusa.com/ futurecitizens.

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• Dictation activities improve writing skills.

Future U.S. Citizens Student Book with Active Book

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Why did you leave?

Show what you know! ROLE-PLAY. PAIRS. Look at your own N400 application. Give Part 6 to your partner. Student A, you are the officer. Ask questions about your partner’s residence and employment. Student B, you are the applicant. Ask the officer to speak more slowly or louder.

Can you...ask someone to speak more slowly or louder?

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Express Yourself in English

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pearsoneltusa.com/centerstage • CASAS-correlated Life Skills and Test Prep Books provide life-skills activities, test-taking strategies, and practice in taking standardized tests.

Center Stage is an all-inclusive, four-level program that balances grammar instruction, life skills, and successful communication. Realistic, engaging themes offer authentic contexts in which grammar practice is integrated with speaking, listening, reading, and writing. The unique combination of the Center Stage Student Books with the Life Skills and Test Prep Books addresses both functional life skills and explicit grammar objectives.

• Self-Study Student CD-ROM includes extra practice to help students persist in their learning goals. • The Teacher’s Resource Disk in every Teacher’s Edition contains supplemental grammar and vocabulary exercises, graphic organizers, and learner-persistence worksheets.

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Features: • Practical language and meaningful topics motivate students to master listening, speaking, reading, and writing.

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• Learner-persistence tips introduce techniques to engage and retain students. • Multilevel strategies maximize flexibility for every classroom.

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978-0-13-506731-4

978-0-13-506732-1

978-0-13-506729-1

$ 24.95

Center Stage and Modern Dramas Package

978-0-13-507423-7

978-0-13-246050-7

978-0-13-701047-9

978-0-13-609545-3

$ 29.25

Center Stage Student Book

978-0-13-170881-5

978-0-13-187490-9

978-0-13-194778-8

978-0-13-194784-9

$ 22.05

Center Stage Practice Book

978-0-13-714572-0

978-0-13-607017-7

978-0-13-607018-4

978-0-13-607019-1

$

Center Stage Teacher’s Edition with Teacher’s Resource Disk

978-0-13-187487-9

978-0-13-187492-3

978-0-13-194781-8

978-0-13-194795-5

$ 32.30

Center Stage Transparencies

978-0-13-614220-1

978-0-13-614221-8

978-0-13-614222-5

978-0-13-614224-9

$ 32.30

Center Stage Self-Study Student CD-ROM, Levels 1-4

978-0-13-515312-3

Center Stage Classroom Audio CDs

978-0-13-187489-3

978-0-13-187495-4

978-0-13-194783-2

978-0-13-194798-6

$ 32.30

Center Stage ExamView®, Levels 1 & 2; 3 & 4

978-0-13-613515-9

978-0-13-613515-9

978-0-13-234366-4

978-0-13-234366-4

$ 120.75

Life Skills and Test Prep Book

978-0-13-199177-4

978-0-13-199179-8

978-0-13-515708-4

978-0-13-208573-1

$ 16.30

Life Skills and Test Prep Teacher’s Manual

978-0-13-615695-6

978-0-13-235042-6

978-0-13-515808-1

978-0-13-208574-8

$

Life Skills and Test Prep Classroom Audio CDs

978-0-13-199178-1

978-0-13-199180-4

978-0-13-515809-8

978-0-13-208575-5

$ 44.45

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$ 14.35

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Literacy Plus

Longman ESL Literacy

Language, Lifeskills, Civics

Third Edition

Pre-Literacy

Literacy

Entry-level/Literacy

Series Advisor: Edwina Hoffman Joan Saslow

Yvonne Wong Nishio

pearsoneltusa.com/longman_esl_literacy

pearsoneltusa.com/literacyplus This standards-based course offers instruction in survival English, basic literacy, and civics concepts simultaneously. Level A is for students who are preliterate in their own language and know no English. Level B is designed to follow Level A, or for students who are literate in their own language but not in English.

Longman ESL Literacy offers a basic introduction to English for students who are not ready for a Level 1 course. Its thorough integration of the four basic language skills helps students acquire communication and literacy skills necessary to function in real-life situations.

Features:

Features:

• Scope and Sequence presents vocabulary, competencies, literacy skills, phonics, and grammar at a glance.

• Learn in logical and sequential steps.

• Easy-to-use classroom procedures for key exercises.

• Conversation is practiced in a variety of everyday contexts.

• Illustrations provide a clear context for model conversations.

• Learn the expected social behavior of the new culture. podcast

Picture This! The Fast Way to Fluency DVD-ROM

ONLINE

MOBILE PHONE

eBOOK

IWB

MP3 AUDIO

online

Beginning – Low-Intermediate

Survival English English Through Conversations Second Edition Beginning – Intermediate

Tim Harris Illustrated by Allan Rowe

Lee Mosteller, Bobbi Paul, and Michelle Haight

This two-level, multiskills course for beginning students uses innovative strategies to teach the fundamentals and provide opportunities for free expression.

This series teaches the language and coping skills necessary in everyday living. It is suitable for students who have some degree of literacy, a small speaking vocabulary, and knowledge of the alphabet.

Features: • A unique, visual approach to learning enables students to quickly grasp new language concepts and put them into practice. • A strong writing component teaches students how to generate ideas and express themselves clearly in writing.

• More than 200 functional dialogues teach vocabulary skills, each with accompanying exercises in basic survival areas.

• Lifeskills competencies are presented in context using illustrated dialogues that are ideal for role-playing.

Literacy Plus Student’s Book

LEVEL A

LEVEL B

Features:

• Reading and writing skills are practiced by filling out forms, addressing envelopes, and reading dates.

Price

Longman ESL Literacy Student Book

Price

978-0-13-195102-0

$ 23.75

978-0-13-099610-7 978-0-13-048416-1 $

19.60

Teacher’s Resource Book with Audio CD

978-0-13-195103-7

$ 44.45

Teacher’s Edition 978-0-13-140079-5 978-0-13-140080-1 $ (includes CD-ROM with Worksheets and Tests)

35.30

Transparencies

978-0-13-243552-9

$ 32.30

Survival English Student Book 1

978-0-13-016635-7

$ 24.30

Guide for Native-Language Tutors

978-0-13-099621-3 978-0-13-048419-2 $

11.60

Classroom Audiocassettes

978-0-13-099624-4 978-0-13-048418-5 $

22.05

Teacher’s Training Video (National) Levels A & B

978-0-13-184298-0 $

29.80

Teacher’s Training Video (Florida) Levels A & B

978-0-13-114673-0 $

29.80

Picture This!

LEVEL 1

LEVEL 2

Price

Price

Book 1A (Units 1-5)

978-0-13-016593-0

$ 12.15

Book 1B (Units 6-10)

978-0-13-016601-2

$ 12.15

Teacher’s Manual 1

978-0-13-016643-2

FREE

Student Book 2

978-0-13-016650-0

$ 24.30

Student Book

978-0-13-170336-0 978-0-13-170339-1 $

20.70

Teacher’s Manual 2

978-0-13-016668-5

FREE

Teacher’s Edition

978-0-13-170337-7 978-0-13-170341-4 $

29.25

Student Book 3

978-0-13-878166-8

$ 24.30

Classroom Audio CDs

978-0-13-170338-4 978-0-13-170342-1 $

65.90

Teacher’s Manual 3

978-0-13-878349-5

FREE

See page 103 for Exploring English.

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new Digital new

Blended

Learning

Academic

Online Feedback Thomas Justice MyNorthStarLab user North Shore Community College Lynn, MA

GAME-CHANGERS: Let technology transform the way you teach, or at least make your life a little easier! MyEnglishLab

www.myenglishlab.com...

Assign engaging homework that is automatically graded at the click of a button. With the program’s easy-touse management tools, teachers can also customize the course, manage the class, set assignments, and monitor students’ progress. Watch students grow in confidence and ability as they practice the skill areas they need most.

ActiveTeach Make teaching materials come to life with seamless lesson planning and exciting whole-class teaching. All that is required is the ActiveTeach disk at the back of the Teacher’s Edition and an overhead projector. Is there access to an interactive whiteboard? Even better (though it is not required to use this tool).

ActiveBook Now students have access to a digital copy of their Student Book for use on their desktop. They can also access audio and video files at the point of use, so that they learn anytime, anywhere.

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Top Notch

General English

Over 3 million students have learned English using Top Notch.

new new

Second Edition Beginning – Advanced

Joan Saslow and Allen Ascher

pearsoneltusa.com/topnotch2e

Summit 1 and 2 are the high-intermediate and advanced levels. (See page 24.)

Top Notch is a dynamic communicative course that makes English unforgettable through multiple exposures to language, numerous opportunities to practice it, and systematic and intensive recycling. Goals- and achievement-based lessons with can-do statements enable students to confirm their progress.

New features:

Top Notch TV

• Builds confidence for successful oral expression through an expanded speaking pedagogy using language models, ideaframing, notepadding, wordposting, and ideas for extension.

• Each video is included in ActiveTeach and in MyEnglishLab.

• Prepares students for academic work through the development of critical thinking skills and reading and listening strategies.

• A highly entertaining and powerful language reinforcement tool: a hilarious situation comedy, unscripted on-the-street interviews, and Top Notch Pop and Karaoke.

A complete menu of teacher resources offers more than 1,000 extra practice activities per level! • Teacher’s Edition and Lesson Planner with ActiveTeach – A complete management tool for lesson planning. – A Methods Handbook for professional development. – Powerful multimedia tools for dynamic lessons. • Copy & Go: Ready-Made Interactive Activities for Busy Teachers • Complete Assessment Package with ExamView® Assessment Suite Software® • Full-Course Placement Tests

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Courses

ActiveBook

To Contact Your E LL Specialist, Call 1-800-375-2375

Dynamic new technology with online and offline solutions

23

new new

• Each Student’s Book includes a digital copy of the course book with the complete classroom audio program. • Extensive extra practice in all skill areas, including reading, listening, and speaking — with a printable Activity Report. • Printable resources, including a Unit Study Guide for review and test preparation.

ActiveTeach • Each Teacher’s Edition and Lesson Planner includes the digital Student’s Book with built-in interactive whiteboard tools for zooming in, writing, highlighting, and more — with an option for saving your work. • Instant access to the complete audio and Top Notch TV video programs. • A wealth of printable resources, including extension activities, Top Notch TV activity worksheets, authors’ academic articles, workbook answer keys, and audioscripts for all listening comprehension activities.

MyEnglishLab: Top Notch An online learning tool for personalized practice and assessment — an available option to complement the Student’s Book. • A planning calendar for assigning activities. • An automatic grade book for tracking student and class progress. • Extensive interactive practice. • Top Notch TV video and activities. • Self-grading achievement tests.

Be a part of it:

Join the Top Notch Teacher Community pearsoneltusa.com/topnotch2e • Communicate with the Top Notch authors and with other Top Notch teachers worldwide. • Receive notification of webinars and other professional development events.

See page 24 for ISBNs and pricing.

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Summit

General English

new new new new

Second Edition High-Intermediate – Advanced

“Summit offers a social language syllabus that provides adult students with every skill for their everyday needs. It provides them with plenty of practice of the transitional skills necessary to be successful in the 21st century workplace. The abundance of exercises and strategies makes this series an excellent tool for speaking English in today’s world.”

Milka Willis Fairfax County Adult Education Plum Center for Lifelong Learning Springfield, VA

Joan Saslow and Allen Ascher

pearsoneltusa.com/summit2e Summit helps the high-intermediate learner continue to grow through a balanced development of both fluency and accuracy. Summit offers a unique conversational syllabus and extensive opportunities for discussion, debate, presentations, and projects as well as contextualized grammar review, expansion, and practice. Summit prepares students for academic study through development of word skills, reading and listening skills and strategies, and critical thinking.

ActiveTeach Each Teacher’s Edition and Lesson Planner includes the digital Student’s Book with interactive whiteboard tools for zooming in, writing, highlighting, and more — with a “save” option. Instant access to the complete audio program and Summit TV video program. Extensive printable resources including extension activities, Summit TV activity worksheets, workbook answer keys, and audioscripts.

The second edition offers both online and offline solutions with the following new technology:

ActiveBook Each Student’s Book includes the digital course book with the complete audio program and extensive extra practice in all skill areas, including reading, listening, and speaking. Printable reading glossaries, “can-do” Self-Assessment charts, and more.

MyEnglishLab: Summit A powerful online learning tool for personalized practice and assessment — an available option to complement the Student’s Book. Assign activities and track student and class progress. Also includes Summit TV video online with activities. TOP NOTCH Fundamentals

TOP NOTCH 1

TOP NOTCH 2

TOP NOTCH 3

SUMMIT 1

SUMMIT 2

Student Book with ActiveBook & MyEnglishLab

978-0-13-246988-3

978-0-13-247038-4

978-0-13-247048-3

978-0-13-247027-8

978-0-13-267986-2

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$ 45.00

Student Book with ActiveBook

978-0-13-245557-2

978-0-13-814083-0

978-0-13-245558-9

978-0-13-246987-6

978-0-13-246716-2

978-0-13-267995-4

$ 25.95

MyEnglishLab: Top Notch/Summit

978-0-13-705323-0

978-0-13-705324-7

978-0-13-705325-4

978-0-13-705326-1

978-0-13-268141-4

978-0-13-268146-9

$ 25.95

Workbook

978-0-13-246991-3

978-0-13-247041-4

978-0-13-247052-0

978-0-13-247075-9

978-0-13-267987-9

978-0-13-260798-8

$ 15.50

Student Book A w/ActiveBook and WB A 978-0-13-246989-0

978-0-13-247039-1

978-0-13-247050-6

978-0-13-247077-3

978-0-13-267988-6

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$ 20.75

v

Top Notch and Summit 2e alue

$

pa k c

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Student Book B w/ActiveBook and WB B 978-0-13-246990-6

978-0-13-247040-7

978-0-13-247051-3

978-0-13-247076-6

978-0-13-267990-9

978-0-13-268000-4

$ 20.75

Student Book A w/ActiveBook and WB A 978-0-13-267919-0 & MyEnglishLab

978-0-13-267921-3

978-0-13-267924-4

978-0-13-267926-8

978-0-13-267989-3

978-0-13-267999-2

$ 33.75

Student Book B w/ActiveBook and WB B 978-0-13-267920-6 & MyEnglishLab

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978-0-13-267925-1

978-0-13-267927-5

978-0-13-267991-6

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$ 33.75

Classroom Audio Program

978-0-13-246993-7

978-0-13-247042-1

978-0-13-247053-7

978-0-13-247074-2

978-0-13-267993-0

978-0-13-260797-1

$ 75.00

Teacher’s Edition with ActiveTeach

978-0-13-246994-4

978-0-13-247028-5

978-0-13-247054-4

978-0-13-247073-5

978-0-13-267992-3

978-0-13-260796-4

$ 50.00

Complete Assessment Pkg with ExamView® 978-0-13-246995-1

978-0-13-247043-8

978-0-13-247055-1

978-0-13-247071-1

978-0-13-267994-7

978-0-13-260799-5

$ 120.00

Copy & Go

978-0-13-247031-5

978-0-13-247044-5

978-0-13-247022-3

978-0-13-247070-4

Placement Tests (CD), All levels

978-0-13-247029-2

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General English:

new new new new

with ActiveBook Beginning – Advanced

B1 B2 C1

English in Common 3 English in Common 4 English in Common 5 English in Common 6

ActiveTeach Everything the teacher needs for lesson planning, assessment, and in-class presentation on one disc.

An online learning tool for personalized practice, with automatic gradebook

FPO SCREEN NEED EIC

English in Common 1

A2

English in Common 2

B1 B2 C1

English in Common 3

Mylab

English in Common 4

An online learning tool for personalized practice, with automatic gradebook

English in Common 5 English in Common 6

ISBN-13: 978-0-13-262725-2 ISBN-10: 0-13-262725-6

9 0 0 0 0

Everything the teacher needs for lesson planning, assessment, and in-class presentation on one disc.

FPO SCREEN NEED EIC

9

780132 627252

María Victoria Saumell www.pearsonELT.com/EnglishinCommon Sarah Louisa Birchley

A1

English in Common 1

A2

English in Common 2

B1 B2 C1

English in Common 3

Mylab An online learning tool for personalized practice, with automatic gradebook

English in Common 5 English in Common 6

ISBN-13: 978-0-13-262725-2 ISBN-10: 0-13-262725-6

9

ISBN-13: 978-0-13-262725-2 ISBN-10: 0-13-262725-6

Everything the teacher needs for lesson planning, assessment, and in-class presentation on one disc.

9 0 0 0 0

A2 eBOOK

7 8 0 1 3 2 6 2and 7 2LMS 52

English in Common 1

A2

English in Common 2

B1 B2 C1

María Victoria Saumell Sarah Louisa www.pearsonELT.com/EnglishinCommon Birchley

9

María Victoria Saumell www.pearsonELT.com/EnglishinCommon Sarah Louisa Birchley

English in Common 3

Mylab

English in Common 4

An online learning tool for personalized practice, with automatic gradebook

English in Common 5 English in Common 6

ISBN-13: 978-0-13-262725-2 ISBN-10: 0-13-262725-6

FPO SCREEN NEED EIC

English in Common 1

A2

English in Common 2

B1 B2 C1

English in Common 3 English in Common 4 English in Common 5 English in Common 6

CEFR

Mylab An online learning tool for personalized practice, with automatic gradebook

FPO SCREEN NEED EIC

María Victoria Saumell www.pearsonELT.com/EnglishinCommon Sarah Louisa Birchley

A1

English in Common 1

A2

English in Common 2

B1 B2 C1

English in Common 3 English in Common 4 English in Common 5 English in Common 6

ActiveTeach

Everything the teacher needs for lesson planning, assessment, and in-class presentation on one disc.

9 0 0 0 0

with ActiveBook

FPO SCREEN NEED EIC

Also available

ISBN-13: 978-0-13-262725-2 ISBN-10: 0-13-262725-6

9 0 0 0 0

9

ISBN-13: 978-0-13-262725-2 ISBN-10: 0-13-262725-6

Everything the teacher needs for lesson planning, assessment, and in-class presentation on one disc.

9 0 0 0 0

B1

A2-B1

eBOOK

7 8 0 1 3and 2 LMS 627252

6

• Student Book in digital format • Complete audio program • Extra Listening practice A1

ActiveTeach

9

with ActiveBook

Engaging learners’ interest English in Common engages learners’ interest by offering a new twist to familiar topics— topics that reflect students’ needs and interests. This ensures that students will always have something to say about the content of the lesson.

ActiveBook

Also available

A1-A2

eBOOK

7 8 0 1 3 2 and 6 2LMS 7252

Finding direction and purpose

English in Common motivates learners through Can Do objectives which give direction and purpose, ensuring students know what they are learning, why they are learning it, and how they will be able to use the language outside of the classroom.

CEFR

A1

ActiveTeach

Everything the teacher needs for lesson planning, assessment, and in-class presentation on one disc.

9 0 0 0 0

FPO SCREEN NEED EIC

English in Common is a six-level integrated-skills course for adult and young adult learners based on CEFR standards and learner outcomes.

English Common

English in Common encourages active participation in learning by guiding students to use their own knowledge as they observe structures in context to figure out language use and form independently.

FPO SCREEN NEED EIC

• Student Book in digital format • Complete audio program • Extra Listening practice CEFR

English in Common 4

with ActiveBook

Developing active learners

English in Common encourages active participation in learning by guiding students to use their own knowledge as they observe structures in context to figure out language use and form independently.

ActiveBook

Also available

ActiveTeach

A1

eBOOK

7 8 0 1and 3 2LMS 627252

María Victoria Saumell www.pearsonELT.com/EnglishinCommon Sarah Louisa Birchley

9

B2 eBOOK

7 8 0 1 and 3 2LMS 627252

María Victoria Saumell Sarah Louisa Birchley

eBOOK and LMS

Series Consultants: María Victoria Saumell and Sarah Louisa Birchley

pearsoneltusa.com/EnglishinCommon Taking a “guided discovery” approach to learning, English in Common is an integrated-skills course that sets new standards in terms of interest level, teachability, and range of support materials. Designed for adult and young adult learners, this six-level course is based on international (CEF) standards and learner outcomes.

Features: • Gives learners a clear sense of what they are learning and why, as well as how it can be applied outside the classroom. • Engages learners by offering a new twist on familiar topics that reflect students’ needs and interests. • Develops independent learners by encouraging active participation in observing structures and using background knowledge to determine use and form. • ActiveBook (bound into every Student Book) Includes a digital Student Book with the entire audio program, extra listening practice and activities, and a printable language portfolio to help students keep a record of their progress. • ActiveTeach (bound into every Teacher’s Resource Book) Includes interactive whiteboard software, test bank, authentic video program, and printable resources. • MyEnglishLab: English in Common All Student Books are available with MyEnglishLab, an optional online learning tool for interactive practice, with automatic gradebook. English in Common v

www.pearsonELT.com/EnglishinCommon

Developing active learners

FPO SCREEN NEED EIC

CEFR

ActiveTeach

Engaging learners’ interest

• Student Book in digital format • Complete audio program • Extra Listening practice

Also available

with ActiveBook

English in Common engages learners’ interest by offering a new twist to familiar topics— topics that reflect students’ needs and interests. This ensures that students will always have something to say about the content of the lesson.

English in Common encourages active participation in learning by guiding students to use their own knowledge as they observe structures in context to figure out language use and form independently.

ActiveBook

CEFR A1

Finding direction and purpose

English in Common motivates learners through Can Do objectives which give direction and purpose, ensuring students know what they are learning, why they are learning it, and how they will be able to use the language outside of the classroom.

Developing active learners

FPO SCREEN NEED EIC

• Student Book in digital format • Complete audio program • Extra Listening practice

Also available

Mylab

Engaging learners’ interest

English in Common is a six-level integrated-skills course for adult and young adult learners based on CEFR standards and learner outcomes.

5

English English Common

student Book with ActiveBook

FPO SCREEN NEED EIC

English in Common 2

with ActiveBook

English in Common engages learners’ interest by offering a new twist to familiar topics— topics that reflect students’ needs and interests. This ensures that students will always have something to say about the content of the lesson.

English in Common encourages active participation in learning by guiding students to use their own knowledge as they observe structures in context to figure out language use and form independently.

ActiveBook

CEFR English in Common 1

A2

Finding direction and purpose

English in Common motivates learners through Can Do objectives which give direction and purpose, ensuring students know what they are learning, why they are learning it, and how they will be able to use the language outside of the classroom.

Developing active learners

FPO SCREEN NEED EIC

• Student Book in digital format • Complete audio program • Extra Listening practice A1

English in Common is a six-level integrated-skills course for adult and young adult learners based on CEFR standards and learner outcomes.

with ActiveBook

English in Common 6

ActiveBook

Also available An online learning tool for personalized practice, with automatic gradebook

Engaging learners’ interest

English in Common encourages active participation in learning by guiding students to use their own knowledge as they observe structures in context to figure out language use and form independently.

FPO SCREEN NEED EIC

• Student Book in digital format • Complete audio program • Extra Listening practice

with ActiveBook

English in Common engages learners’ interest by offering a new twist to familiar topics— topics that reflect students’ needs and interests. This ensures that students will always have something to say about the content of the lesson.

Developing active learners

English in Common encourages active participation in learning by guiding students to use their own knowledge as they observe structures in context to figure out language use and form independently.

Mylab

Finding direction and purpose

English in Common motivates learners through Can Do objectives which give direction and purpose, ensuring students know what they are learning, why they are learning it, and how they will be able to use the language outside of the classroom.

4

English English Common

student Book with ActiveBook

Engaging learners’ interest English in Common engages learners’ interest by offering a new twist to familiar topics— topics that reflect students’ needs and interests. This ensures that students will always have something to say about the content of the lesson.

English in Common is a six-level integrated-skills course for adult and young adult learners based on CEFR standards and learner outcomes.

with ActiveBook

English in Common 5

with ActiveBook

3

English English Common

student Book with ActiveBook

Developing active learners

ActiveBook

Finding direction and purpose

English in Common motivates learners through Can Do objectives which give direction and purpose, ensuring students know what they are learning, why they are learning it, and how they will be able to use the language outside of the classroom.

2

with ActiveBook

English in Common 4

Engaging learners’ interest English in Common engages learners’ interest by offering a new twist to familiar topics— topics that reflect students’ needs and interests. This ensures that students will always have something to say about the content of the lesson.

English in Common is a six-level integrated-skills course for adult and young adult learners based on CEFR standards and learner outcomes.

English English Common

student Book with ActiveBook

Finding direction and purpose English in Common motivates learners through Can Do objectives which give direction and purpose, ensuring students know what they are learning, why they are learning it, and how they will be able to use the language outside of the classroom.

1

with ActiveBook

student Book with ActiveBook

student Book with ActiveBook

English in Common is a six-level integrated-skills course for adult and young adult learners based on CEFR standards and learner outcomes.

English English Common

English in Common 3

with ActiveBook

English in Common 2

English in Common 1

English

25

To Contact Your E LL Specialist, Call 1-800-375-2375

English in Common

Courses

alue

$

pa k c

Student Book w/ActiveBook & MyEnglishLab Student Book w/ActiveBook MyEnglishLab: English in Common Workbook Student Book and WB A w/ActiveBook Student Book and WB A w/ActiveBook & MyEnglishLab Student Book and WB B w/ActiveBook Student Book and WB B w/ActiveBook & MyEnglishLab Teacher’s Resource Bk w/ActiveTeach Audio Program (CDs)

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LEVEL 1

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 3

LEVEL 4

LEVEL 5

LEVEL 6

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978-0-13-262873-0

978-0-13-262887-7

978-0-13-262897-6

978-0-13262906-5

$ 45.00

Price

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Grammar

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Grammar

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Present Perfect Progressive and Present Perfect

GRAMMAR NOTES

1

cLiMaTe change

We often use the present perfect progressive to show that something is unfinished. It started in the past and is still continuing. The focus is on the continuation of the action.

Now

ST E P 1 G R A MMA R IN CO N T EX T

Past

Before You Read

ha

ve

Read

Past

1 2 3 4

• I’ve read a book about solar energy. (I finished the book.) • She’s written an article. (She finished the article.)

Now Future

X

have read

Read the article about climate change.

Almost everyone agrees that the Earth has been getting hotter. But not everyone agrees about the cause. Most climate experts think that human activities have added to global warming. The coal and oil we burn for energy have been sending more and more gases into the air around

• She’s been writing an article. (She’s still writing it.)

r e a din g

We often use the present perfect to show that something is finished. The focus is on the result of the action.

By Dr. Jane Owen

• I’ve been reading a book about solar energy. (I’m still reading it.)

Future

been

Look at the picture. Discuss the questions. 1. What is happening to the Earth? 2. Why does the Earth have a thermometer in it? 3. Look at the title. What is a hot topic?

The Earth’s climate has changed many times. Warm oceans covered the Earth for millions of years. Then those oceans turned to ice for millions more. If the climate has been changing for five billion years, why is global warming such a hot topic today? What are people arguing about?

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species.4 Arctic towns and villages are also in danger as sea levels rise.

the Earth. The gases keep the heat in the atmosphere2 and also cause air pollution. These experts believe humans can slow global warming.

• In parts of Africa, rainfall has decreased. Water and food have become very scarce. Both people and animals have been suffering badly.

Others say global warming is mostly the result of natural causes, such as changes in the sun. They don’t believe that human activities can make things better or worse.

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Does it really matter what causes global warming? Yes! If we have been part of the cause, then we can be part of the solution. Recently, people have been developing ways to use clean solar energy. In addition, they have been designing homes and cars that use less energy. Will it help? Maybe. Is it worth a try? You decide—it’s your world too!

Human or natural, the effects of global warming have been powerful. Here are just two examples: • In the Arctic,3 ice has been melting quickly. As a result, polar bears and other animals have become endangered

Usage Note: We also use the present perfect progressive for finished actions that ended in the very recent past. You can often still see the results of the action.

• Look! The streets are wet. It’s been raining. (It stopped raining very recently.) Not: It’s rained.

Be c arefUl! We usually do NOT use non-action verbs, such as be, have, and know in the progressive.

• She’s had the same job since 2000. Not: She’s been having the same job since 2000.

We often use the present perfect progressive to talk about how long something has been happening.

• I’ve been reading books about wind energy for two months.

We often use the present perfect to talk about: • how much someone has done • how many things someone has done • how many times someone has done something

• I’ve read a lot about it. • She’s written three articles. • I’ve read that book twice.

Fully redesigned grammar charts present the structure in all its forms in a clear, easy-to-read format. Usage notes illustrate key differences between spoken and written and formal and informal English.

global warming: the continuing increase in the Earth’s temperatures (including air and oceans) since the 1950s atmosphere: the air that surrounds the Earth the Arctic: the most northern part of the Earth endangered species: a type of animal or plant that may not continue to exist

B | Listen to the conversations. Listen again and circle the letter of the picture that illustrates the activity the people are talking about. Present Perfect Progressive and Present Perfect 159 C | Look at the pictures again. Complete the sentences with the correct verb form for the pictures you chose in Exercise B. Then listen again to the conversations and check your work.

1. They

’ve planted

some trees in the front of the new library.

Updated engaging texts such as articles, blog posts, and conversations this pizza. We present2.the grammar in realistic contexts.

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3. It

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a lot since we spoke, but today we

4. We just sent the house, and I

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on it.

all my stuff.

5. Well, for one thing, she

1| A | Read the personal statement for a job application. First cross out any sentences that do not belong in the paragraph. (Later you will choose a topic sentence.)

Pronunciation Note In affirmative sentences, we usually stress the main verb, but NOT the auxiliary verb such as have or has.

Please describe your work experience.

I’ve been working in the library. I’ve finished my report.

__________________________________________________________________________

sentence) 2 | You can use(topic a cluster diagram to develop and organize your ideas. Complete the cluster for the 1. during the summer and While I was in high school, diagram I worked as paragraph a server in atExercise Darby’s

In negative sentences, we stress both the main verb and the auxiliary verb.

Examples:

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A paragraph is a group of sentences about one main idea. Writers often state the main idea in one sentence, called the topic sentence. The topic sentence is often near the beginning of the paragraph.

A | Read and listen to the Pronunciation Note.

The Topic SenTence and paragraph UniTy

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a book about global warming.

EXERCISE 8: Pronunciation

Examples:

From Grammar to Writing

•He hasn’t been • calling lately.•We haven’t • seen him very often either.

on weekends. Summers here are very hot and humid. I worked with many different my work

experience

kinds of customers, and I learned to be polite even with difficult people. They serve

during high schoolafterahigh schoolexcellent food at Darby’s. Because I was successful as a server, I received -Darby’s

B | Listen to the short conversations and complete the answers with the verb forms that you hear. Use contractions.

promotion summers, one night manager. I have developed management skills becauseafter I supervise six employees. what I weekends year management learned One of them is a good friend of mine. I have also learned to order supplies and to experience

1. A: Avatar is playing at the college theater. B: Oh, I

-Steak Hut

promotion after one year. Since high school, I have been working got for Steak Hut as the

it.

plan menus. Sometimes I am very tired after a night’s work.

2. A: I didn’t see Emma yesterday. B: She

Mondays. B | Now choose one of the sentences as the topic sentence and write it as the first sentence of the paragraph. supervise six • I feel that a high school education is necessary for anyone looking for a job. high school education is necessary for anyone looking for a job. employees

3. A: I just handed in my research paper. What about you? B: Well, I

it.

• My restaurant experience has prepared me for a position with your company. experience has prepared me for a position with your company.

4. A: There’s a new student in our class. B: I

• Eating at both Darby’s and Steak Hut in Greenville is very enjoyable. Darby’s and Hutwrite in Greenville is very enjoyable. 3 | Steak Before you ...

her.

On a separate piece of paper, make a cluster diagram for your accomplishments. Do not • I prefer planning menus to any other task in the restaurant business. planning menus to 1. any other task in the restaurant business. include a topic sentence.

5. A: Did you decide on a vacation? B: We

2. Work with a small group. Look at each other’s diagrams and develop a topic sentence for each one.

about it.

3. Ask and answer questions to develop more information about your accomplishments.

C | Listen again and repeat the responses. Then practice the conversations with a partner.

Present Perfect Progressive and Present Perfect

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New pronunciation notes and exercises help students understand grammar in speech and prepare them for the speaking activities.

From Grammar to Writing 173 4 | Write a personal statement about your accomplishments. Use your diagram as an outline.

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Writing is included in each unit. After every group of units, students complete a more extended writing task that includes the entire writing process.

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MyEnglishLab: Focus on Grammar, an easy-to-use online learning and assessment program, offers online homework and individualized instruction anytime, anywhere. • Allows teachers to assign extra practice, organize homework, and track students’ progress using a flexible gradebook. • Includes hundreds of new automatically graded activities and assessments that support and go beyond the material in the Student Books. MyEnglishLab: Focus on Grammar includes the complete Student Book listening program as well.

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Teacher’s Resource Pack includes a compact resource with general teaching and assessment notes, unit-by-unit teaching notes, audio scripts, and the Student Book answer key. A bound-in Teacher’s Resource Disk contains printable assessments, customizable test-generating software, classroom-friendly PowerPoint® presentations, and reproducible Internet activities.

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Match the phrases to the pictures that describe them.

4. Our son’s room is downstairs.

one

more than one

5. Men’s clothing is on sale at the department store.

one

more than one

6. This looks like a woman’s shirt.

one

more than one

Exercise 43. Looking at grammar. (Chart 6-11) Look at the Nelson’s family tree. Complete the sentences using the correct possessive form. 1.

Ned’s

wife is Ella.

2.

Picture A

Picture B

2. _____ the teachers’ office

(b) I know the students’ names.

PLURAL:

(c) I know the children’s names.

PLURAL

SINGULAR

(a) I know the student’s name.

PLURAL:

→ → →

the student’s name my baby’s name a man’s name

(e) James

James’/James’s name

(f ) the students my babies

→ →

the students’ names my babies’ names

(g) men the children

→ →

men’s names the children’s names

SINGULAR POSSESSIVE NOUN:

noun  apostrophe (’)  -s A singular noun that ends in -s has two possible possessive forms: James’ OR James’s. PLURAL POSSESSIVE NOUN:

noun  -s  apostrophe (’)

husband. grandmother is Ella.

6.

parents are Sam and Lisa. grandson is William.

Decide if the meaning of the italicized word is “one” or “more than one.” 1. The teacher answered the student’s questions.

one

more than one

2. The teacher answered the students’ questions.

one

more than one

3. Our daughters’ bedroom is next to our room.

one

more than one

Howard + Monic

William

aunt and uncle.

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The

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An

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Lisa + Sam

Exercise 44. Game: trivia. (Chart 6-11)

7. person

noun  apostrophe (’)  -s

In (h): Tom’s is not a possessive noun. It is a contraction of Tom is, used in informal writing.

Ella + Ned

5.

6. Men

IRREGULAR PLURAL POSSESSIVE NOUN:

Exercise 42. Looking at grammar. (Chart 6-11)

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brother.

4. Howard is

Work in small groups. Use the correct possessive form of the given nouns to complete the sentences. Decide if the information is true or false. The group with the most correct answers wins.*

An apostrophe (’) and an -s are used with nouns to show possession.

(An irregular plural noun is a plural noun that does not end in -s: children, men, people, women. See Chart 6-1.)

Compare: (h) Tom’s here. ( i ) Tom’s brother is here.

3. Howard is

8. Howard and Monica are

6 - 11 Possessive Nouns SINGULAR:

Nelson Family Tree

husband is Sam.

7. Ella and

1. _____ the teacher’s office

(d) the student my baby a man

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Warm-up activities focus students’ attention on form and meaning and get Whose camera is this? 12. My mother did not live with us. When other children asked me where was my mother, 1. It’s my camera. about 5. your camera. students thinking theIt’sshetarget grammar in the charts. Each chart clearly I6. told themIt’s is going to come to visit me very soon. 2. It’s mine. your’s. illustrates and explains the grammar, and is followed by numerous and varied 3. It’s my. 7. It’s the theirs. 13. When I asked taxi driver to drive faster, he said I will drive faster if you pay me more. exercises that allow Atstudents tocamera. understand and use the target grammar. 4. It’s yours. 8. It’s their that time I didn’t care how much would it cost, so I told him to go as fast as he can. 14. My parents told me is essential to know English if I want to study at an American

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T

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T

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You and your classmates are newspaper reporters at a press conference. You will all interview your teacher or a person whom your teacher invites to class. Your assignment is to write a newspaper article about the person whom you interviewed. Take notes during the interview. Write down some of the important sentences so that you can use them for quotations in your article. Ask for clarification if you do not understand something the interviewee has said. It is important to report information accurately. In your article, try to organize your information into related topics. For example, if you interview your teacher, you might use this outline: I. General introductory information II. Professional life A. Present teaching duties B. Academic duties and activities outside of teaching C. Past teaching experience D. Educational background III. Personal life A. Basic biographical information (e.g., place of birth, family background, places of residence) B. Free-time activities and interests C. Travel experiences

2. According to the speaker, people are not necessarily tired even though they may yawn. 3. According to the speaker, people yawn only if others around them yawn. 4. It’s been proven that unless people yawn, they can’t stay awake. 5. It’s possible that at some point in history, people yawned so that they could stay awake and keep others awake in times of danger. 6. According to the speaker, if you are talking to people and they begin yawning, you can be certain that they have become bored by you.

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Exercise 37. Check your knowledge. (Chapters 1 → 19)

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hotel in downtown Ljubljana, Slovenia, used to be a prison! Now, it has twenty rooms and a modern art theme. In some rooms, colorful paintings cover the walls. The doors 25 and windows still have metal bars on them. You’ll be safe at night for sure! And unlike being in a real prison, you can check out whenever you want.

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Work with a partner. Look at the pictures. Ask and answer the questions. If you don’t know a word in English, ask your partner or look in your dictionary. Then write your new words on page 216. 1. Do you know the places in the pictures? Where is each place?

Jumbo Hostel, Sweden: You’ve probably

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30 slept on a plane before. Why not do it again,

3. Have you visited any famous places? Are there any famous places you want to visit in the future? Name them.

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• Read with your eyes, not with your hands. That is, do not point your finger or your pencil at the words you are reading. If it is difficult for you to do this, try sitting on your hands when you read. • Read with your eyes, not with your mouth. That is, read silently. Do not say the words out loud. If you read out loud, you will be reading every word, rather than whole phrases. It will also slow you down.

EXAMPLES: ben • e • FI • cial

• Do not try to translate every word you read into your native language. Instead, focus on understanding the basic meaning of sentences.

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When you learn a new word with more than one syllable, use your dictionary to see which syllables are stressed. Dictionaries use different symbols to show which syllable receives the primary stress and which syllable, if any, receives the secondary stress. Here’s how one dictionary —The Longman Dictionary of American English —shows stressed syllables. Notice the stress marks within the phonetic respellings of each word. main stress mark

UNIT 4 ■ Strange Travels

To read more fluently, you should not read word by word. You should read in phrases (groups of words). Try these strategies to stop yourself from reading word by word:

When a word has more than one syllable, one syllable receives the main, or primary, stress, or beat. The vowel sound in a stressed syllable is longer and louder than vowels in other syllables. In some words, another syllable receives a secondary stress, or less strong beat.

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Jules’ Undersea Lodge,6 Florida: This is the granddaddy7 of strange hotels. Originally a research station, it is now an underwater hotel. It can only be reached by scuba 60 diving.8 Don’t worry; there are classes for first-time divers. Once there, the hotel provides everything you need. Enjoy dinner at the bottom of the ocean! Watch fish pass by your window! The only problem: It may be 65 hard to send a postcard.

Fluency Strategy

Some English words have only one syllable. For example, the target words host and theme are made up of only one syllable. Other words have two or more syllables. The target word local has two syllables (lo • cal), and benefit has three (ben • e • fit).

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Hôtel de Glace, Canada: This unique hotel is made up entirely of ice—even the furniture! You’ll be given a special sleeping bag to keep 50 warm. Each year, artists re-create the hotel, using 15,000 tons4 of snow and ice. Many details are handmade. Be sure to see the chandelier;5 it’s a true work of art! Reserve a room soon, before this year’s ice hotel 55 disappears.

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bring your favorite copilot.3

Converted hotels are great if you want to try something different. But for a real adventure, try one of these hotels in extreme locations. 40 Ariau Amazon Towers, Brazil: Every part of this hotel—including the pool—is near the top of a tree. You can watch monkeys and birds play outside your window. Walk among the trees and feel the warm sun on your face. 45 Enjoy the sound of the Amazon River 100 feet below you.

1 capsule: a small container 2 cockpit: the part of the airplane where the pilot sits 3 copilot: a person who helps the main pilot (the person at the controls) fly an airplane 4 ton: a unit of weight equal to 2,000 pounds 5 chandelier: a frame that holds lights or candles and hangs from the ceiling 6 lodge: a building where people can stay for a short time, especially to do a particular activity 7 granddaddy: the oldest, first, or best example of something 8 scuba diving: the sport of swimming under water while breathing from a container of air on your back

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It might feel strange or difficult to read this way at first, but as you practice, you will get better at it. You will be reading more quickly and at the same time understanding more. That is, you will be on your way to becoming a fluent reader in English.

READING 1

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Before You Read secondary stress mark

Preview “Dangerous Dining” on the next page. What do you think it is about? Circle the letter of the correct answer.

Sometimes when a word’s part of speech (or form) changes, the stressed syllable also changes. main stress mark

a. how to cook exotic seafood dishes b. strange Japanese restaurants

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c. a poisonous fish that people like to eat

Sometimes the stressed syllable does not change when you change the word’s form. main stress mark

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The True Stories series uses real-life, human-interest stories to build vocabulary and language skills through a carefully paced, step-by-step process. English language learners, from low-beginning to high-intermediate, will enjoy these engaging high-interest news stories while building their reading, writing, listening, speaking, and pronunciation skills. True Stories Behind the Songs and More True Stories Behind the Songs continue the True Stories tradition — with a twist. Song lyrics along with real stories about the songs and their songwriters develop language proficiency. Teachers are encouraged to visit the True Stories website, www.pearsoneltusa.com/truestories, for audio recordings of all the readings and links to the iTunes playlists.

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DO YOU KNOW WHAT IT MEANS TO MISS NEW ORLEANS? Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans? And miss it each night and day? I know I’m not wrong—the feelin’s gettin’ stronger— The longer I stay away. Miss the moss-covered vines, the tall sugar pines Where mockingbirds used to sing. And I’d like to see the lazy Mississippi A hurryin’ in to spring.

LOUIS ARMSTRONG IN THE HABOOB

Oh, the Mardi Gras’s’1 dear memories Of Creoles’2 tunes that fill the air. I dream of oleanders3 in June, And soon I’m wishin’ that I were there. Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans, When that’s where you left your heart? There’s something more—I miss the one I care for— More than I miss New Orleans.

The singer says he misses New Orleans. Then he names things he 1 PRE-READING misses—for example, the moss-covered vines. What other things does he miss? Listen to the song again and, with your classmates, a map. Look at the picture make and the list on the board. Next, think of a city or town you miss. What things do Who Then is theshare manyour in list theinphoto? Tell you miss there? Make a list on your own a ➤ paper. small group. you know about him.

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class what you know about Sudan. The Arabic word haboob is in the title of the next story. If you know what it means, tell the class.

2 READING Louis Armstrong was a jazz musician who died in 1971. In 2007—almost 40 years later— his music helped a woman who was in danger in Sudan. What happened to her there? How did the music help her?

Gwen Thompkins is a reporter. She is a citizen of the United States, but she works in Africa. She was working in a small town in Sudan when she ran into trouble. She had a misunderstanding with some men in uniform, and they took her passport. What did the men want? Gwen didn't know. She had a notebook with a lot of notes. Did they want that? Did they want her laptop computer? Did they want her tape recorder? For 20 hours Gwen sat in a small office. Always a man in uniform sat with her. One of the men spoke a little English. “Where are you from?” the man asked her. “I’m from New Orleans,” Gwen answered. She got a piece of paper and drew a map of the United States. She drew the Mississippi River and then, next to the river, she drew an X. She showed her map to the man. “New Orleans is here,” she said. The man shook his head. He didn't know New Orleans. “Do you know jazz music?” Gwen asked. “New Orleans is the home of jazz music.” The man shook his head. He didn't know jazz music.

“Louis Armstrong? The jazz musician?” Gwen asked. “Do you know Louis Armstrong?” The man shook his head. He didn't know New Orleans, jazz music, or Louis Armstrong, and he didn't want to learn about them. He wasn't interested. An important man in uniform walked into the office. He was holding Gwen's passport in his hand. “You may go now,” he said, and he handed Gwen her passport. Gwen found a car and driver to take her to the city of Khartoum. She was on the road to Khartoum when there was a sandstorm. It was a storm that people call a haboob in Arabic—a storm so terrible that it is difficult to see. Gwen felt afraid and homesick. “Why am I here in Sudan?” she thought. She missed New Orleans. She wanted to go home. The driver turned on the car radio. A man was singing. It was Louis Armstrong, the jazz musician from New Orleans. Gwen sat back in her seat and listened to the music. She began to smile. She was in a car, in Sudan, in a haboob, but she was with Louis Armstrong. She was home.

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Read the story to find out.

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The popular Great American Stories series features adaptations of classic stories that progress in difficulty throughout each collection.

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This five-level series progresses with students as they grow in confidence and ability from sentence level (Book 1) through paragraphs (Books 1–3) and essays (Books 3–5). Each unit leads writers step-by-step through the process of prewriting, writing a first draft, revising, and editing before producing a final draft. Not only do students write an entire paragraph or essay in each unit, they are also given plenty of practice at the sentence and word levels.

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Planning for Writing

5 Jobs of the Future

BRainSToRM A. Look at the job advertisements. Which of these jobs would you prefer and why? Discuss your answers with a partner. CLASSIFIEDS

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New space tour company seeking qualified people to guide travelers on 48-hour journeys into space! No experience required, but some astronomy and space science background is essential. Must have good people skills and a sense of adventure. Free four-week mental and physical training offered upon acceptance. Full-time salaried position with flexible schedule. Life and health insurance benefits included. Fax resume to 800-FRONTIER.

International travel agency looking for experienced agents. 3+ years of experience required. Good computer and people skills a must. Knowledge of world history and several languages a big plus. Should be well traveled in Europe and Asia and have strong sales skills. Competitive salary with commissions and health benefits. Travel discounts available. Part-time position. Email resume to jobs@travelinstyle.com

You will be writing an essay about the similarities and differences between two jobs.

New technology has opened up many new jobs for people in medicine, business, energy, and the travel industry. As technology continues to change, new jobs will be available and others will no longer be necessary. One exciting area of job growth will be in space tourism. What do you think it would be like to work as a space tour guide?

B. Using a Venn Diagram. When you write about two topics, you can use a graphic organizer, such as a Venn diagram, to record similarities and differences between them. Work with a partner. Reread the job ads. Then use the Venn diagram to list similarities and differences between the two jobs.

Topic A

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Planning for Writing activities encourage students to brainstorm in pairs or groups to stimulate ideas. Graphic organizers linked to rhetorical modes help students prepare for their writing assignment. FOW3_U05.indd 93

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Writing a Compare-Contrast Essay You are going to write an essay that compares and contrasts two jobs. When you compare, you show how two people or things are alike. When you contrast, you show how they are different. A compare-contrast essay describes how two people or things are alike or different in specific ways.

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Before you hand in your revised paragraph, you must check it for any errors in grammar, punctuation, and spelling. In this section, you will learn about the simple past and the past progressive. You will focus on this grammar when you edit and proofread your essay.

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Like any essay, a compare-contrast essay contains three parts.

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Simple Past and Past Progressive

Prewriting

For a compare-contrast essay, the prewriting step involves selecting two people or things that have clear similarities and/or differences. It also includes brainstorming ideas to develop specific points of comparison and contrast. We’ll use the phrase points of comparison to mean points of contrast as well.

Grammar Notes

examples

1. Use the past progressive* to focus on the duration of a past action, not its completion.

• She was racing last night. (We don’t know if she finished racing.) • at 8:00 a.m. this morning, she was still racing.

Now Past

8:00 a.m.

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was racing Usage Note: We often use the past progressive with a specific time in the past.

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2. Use the simple past** to focus on the completion of a past action.

A. Choose Assignment 1 or Assignment 2. 1. Compare and contrast two jobs you are interested in. Then comment on which job would be best for you, based on your skills and interests.

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2. Interview two people with different jobs. Compare and contrast the work they do. Then express your opinion about which job is more interesting.

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• Last week, my sister faced her fear of cockroaches. (The experience is finished.) • She saw a big cockroach under her feet. Not: She was seeing a big cockroach under her feet.

Be carefUl! Non-action verbs are not usually used in the progressive.

B. Freewrite for 10 minutes on your assignment. Here are some questions to get you started: What do you already know about the two jobs? Why are these jobs interesting to you? What more do you want to find out about them?

• When she was running to the left side of the court to hit the ball, her foot turned over to the side. I was sitting down when I heard my mother • I was sitting down when I heard scream. Now I was sitting down, I heard my mother sitting down, I heard my mother • While While I was Building Wordscream. Knowledge Future

3. Use the past progressive with the simple past to talk about an action that was interrupted by another action. Use the simple past for the interrupting action.

C. Checking in. Work with a partner who chose the same assignment. Discuss the ideas you just wrote. Did your partner . . . • choose two jobs that have clear similarities and/or differences? • describe ways in which the jobs are alike or different?

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• express an opinion about the job he or she prefers or fi nds more interesting?

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Share your opinions about your partner’s comparison. Based on your discussion, make changes and additions to your writing.

Using Participial Adjectives. When writers tell about an event in their own or someone else’s life, they often describe people’s feelings. In English, writers can use participial adjectives to reveal how someone is feeling. Participial adjectives can be formed by adding -ed to

• Use when to introduce the simple past verbs. action.“Trust in the Snow” contains examples of participial adjectives, which show regular Rachael Scdoris felt. • Use while to introduce the pasthow progressive action. Examples:

In 2005, at 19 years old, she was finally prepared to take on the Iditarod. When Scdoris first applied for the Iditarod, she felt frustrated. Reread the article and find three more examples of participial adjectives that show how Scdoris was feeling. Circle the sentences and underline the participial adjectives.

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20 UNIT 1

Focused Practice A. Read the Tip for Writers. Then look back at your interview questions from Exercise B on page 00. Did the article answer your questions? Check (✓) “yes” or “no.” If you check “yes,” write Rachael’s answer.

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Tip for Writers

When you narrate a story, From Book 3 in mind have questions

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that you want to answer. Asking the questions about who, what, when, where, why, and how will help you gather and include concrete information about the story you want to tell.

B. Read the article again. Mark the statements T (true) or F (false). 1. The Iditarod takes place in Alaska. 2. Rachael Scdoris was the first blind musher to compete in the Iditarod. 3. Scdoris began racing at age three.

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The Longman Academic Writing Series Beginning – Advanced

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Essential Skills for Academic Writing Second Edition Intermediate – Advanced

Mary Fitzpatrick To succeed in college classes, students need step-by-step instruction in the concepts and skills of academic writing. The Engaging Writing series fully supports the needs of students, using thematic lessons, ample modeling, academic vocabulary, and fully integrated instruction in the writing process.

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Academic Listening and Note-Taking Skills Third Edition “The addition of the DVD as well as several new activities and changes to the new edition of Contemporary Topics prove to be helpful not only to students in their learning but also to teachers in their lesson planning.”

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Series Editor: Michael Rost Introductory: Jeanette Clement and Cynthia Lennox Level 1: Helen Solórzano and Laurie Frazier Level 2: Ellen Kisslinger Level 3: David Beglar and Neil Murray

pearsoneltusa.com/contemporarytopics This interactive listening-speaking series prepares students for the challenges of college lectures with a wide range of listening, speaking, and note-taking strategies and skills. The lectures are drawn from a range of academic disciplines and reflect authentic lecture settings, featuring engaging instructors and live student audiences.

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Book features: • Corpus vocabulary from the Academic Word List ensures that students are exposed to the core vocabulary needed for academic success. • Active listening skills and explicit note-taking strategies help students take control of how they listen to lectures. • Review Your Notes helps students consolidate their understanding of lecture content, review note-taking skills, and develop critical thinking. • End-of-unit projects build student confidence and prepare them to take a more active role in mainstream coursework.

DVD features: • Academic lectures in real college settings create a more authentic classroom experience. • Professors’ PowerPoint® presentations, note-taking tips, and optional subtitles support students as they watch the lecture. • Small-group discussions with video-based tasks train students in a variety of academic speaking situations.

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Learn to Listen, Listen to Learn Academic Listening and Note-Taking Third Edition “Using authentic lecture content and audio, Learn to Listen, Listen to Learn helps students develop practical academic listening and note-taking skills. Teachers can use this versatile series in both core and elective classes for listening comprehension, vocabulary building, and test preparation.”

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Roni S. Lebauer The Learn to Listen, Listen to Learn series prepares students for the rigors of academic classwork, helping them acquire the listening-comprehension and note-taking skills necessary for success. This series offers students valuable tips for getting the most from college lectures, including note-taking skills, organization of information, recognition of language cues, and the acquisition of vocabulary. Students are shown how a typical lecture is organized, using extensive excerpts and transcripts from authentic lectures on high-interest topics from a wide range of academic disciplines.

Features: • Expanded vocabulary, extension, and post-lecture activities encourage students to discuss, research, and write about ideas raised in the lectures. • Teaches students how to recognize lecture organization, and how to evaluate and predict information. • Focuses on the acquisition of vocabulary, especially from the Academic Word List, and on the recognition of language cues. • Prepares students for academic testing with TOEFL®-style test questions throughout the text.

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The Issues Series Third Edition Intermediate – Advanced

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This academic listening and speaking series uses original National Public Radio® broadcasts to provide a context for listening comprehension and discussion. As students develop listening strategies and critical thinking skills, they also learn to integrate grammar and vocabulary activities into their everyday speech and writing. Each book incorporates 12 authentic radio interviews on thought-provoking topics such as philanthropy, the impact of the Internet, immigration, and alternative energy.

Features: • Develops listening strategies, including predicting, understanding main ideas, and note-taking. • Fosters critical thinking skills through activities including discussion, debate, and writing assignments. • Integrates language and concepts through sophisticated grammar and vocabulary activities. • Features an audio program and separate answer key with complete audio scripts. Raise the Issues prepares advanced students for academic coursework by integrating reading and writing into the units.

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Real Talk Authentic English in Context Intermediate – Advanced

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Real Talk 1 and 2 help students break away from structured classroom English and enter the world of authentic English. Each book’s thematic chapters have four parts: In Person, On the Phone, On the Air, and In Class. The listening segments expose students to spontaneous face-to-face conversations, phone conversations and pre-recorded messages, radio broadcasts, and academic lectures.

Features: • Real language allows students to experience natural functions such as laughter, hesitation, interruption, and interjection. • Vocabulary exercises prepare students to understand discussion of specific topics. • Listening strategies give students tools for personal and academic success. • Note-taking and outlining practice prepare students for college lectures. • Speaking activities such as role plays, presentations, and debates reinforce the use of authentic English. All these features address the new emphasis on listening and speaking skills in current standardized tests, including the TOEFL® test: iBT.

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What A World Listening

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Amazing Stories from Around the Globe Beginning – Intermediate

Milada Broukal What A World is a six-book listening and reading series. Both strands explore linked topics from around the world and across history. What A World Listening uses high-interest topics to help build students’ English communication skills. Students listen to engaging stories about different people, animals, places, customs, and organizations. The topics span history and the globe, from typical foods around the world to the ancient Greeks to man-made islands. Each unit opens with a question that is explored in the listening and continues with vocabulary, comprehension, note-taking, critical thinking, focused grammar, pronunciation, and conversation.

Features: • Inference activities motivate students to think beyond main ideas and details to understand those that are less explicitly stated. • Taking Notes activities challenge students to listen for main ideas and details. • Short Conversations ask students to infer tone, attitude, or the context of the speakers’ conversation. • Critical Thinking questions develop students’ thinking skills. • Pronunciation and Conversation activities help guide students to more accurate and conversational speech. • Self-Tests help assess progress, while Internet Activities build students’ research skills.

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What I Believe WIBUnit06vff.qxd

Listening and Speaking about What Really Matters

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GETTING READY CD 1 Track 37

Listen and read about the essayist.

Meet Jody Williams Jody Williams is the head of the International Campaign to Ban1 works to ban the production of landmines, which are small bombs hidden in the ground that explode when someone walks or drives over them. As a young person, Williams never expected to work to solve global problems. But when two people asked her to organize the landmine campaign, she accepted the challenge. Since then, she has worked with ordinary people all over the world to do extraordinary things. they areListen finding solutions to the global Track 43 PRACTICE to these sentences. Check landmine (✓) if the problem. A CD 1 Together, speakers are surprised, doubtful, or something else (Other). Then practice 1stop or eliminate saying the sentences with the proper intonation.

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1. I’m not so convinced. 2. I know. It makes me very angry.

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3. Wow! I didn’t know that.

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with a partner. Use correct intonation to express surprise and doubt.

Get Ready to Speak

• Critical Thinking provides students opportunities to discuss central and related topics in a deep, meaningful way.

TASK Inviting Others to Agree and Comment

• Background Notes give students helpful background on essay content.

Identify a local or global problem. Offer suggestions about how people can take action to

• Focused Speaking Task includes instruction and practice with pronunciation and useful language as well as step-bystep speaking preparation.

1. Make a list of three global or local problems. Think of two ways people can take action to improve each problem. Note these actions in your chart.

help solve it. In groups, list your ideas and invite others to agree with you and comment.

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3. Write about an ordinary person whom you think is extraordinary. Explain why you think so. Give examples.

When Ordinary People Achieve Extraordinary Things

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As you listen to the essays in this book, think about your beliefs. Write your own What I Believe essay. Follow the steps on pages 132–135.

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English in Everyday Life

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Tina Kasloff Carver and Sandra Douglas Fotinos-Riggs with Sarah Lynn

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Chants by Carolyn Graham This series presents a student-centered method for developing conversation fluency. It combines a picture-dictionary approach with a variety of learning activities based on familiar themes of everyday life. Activities ranging from role plays to group surveys help students achieve the language competencies needed to succeed at school and work.

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Speaking of Values stimulates lively conversation about personal and cultural beliefs, while developing language and critical thinking skills. Systematically incorporating languagefocused exercises, the texts help students develop fluency by focusing on phrases in context, then practicing them in meaningful ways.

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Features: • Open-ended discussion questions foster classroom interaction.

• Interactive group activities help students develop public speaking skills.

• Listening tasks with warm-up, comprehension, and opinion questions.

• Appendices include updated evaluation forms and end-of-chapter quizzes and answers.

• Problem-solving exercises and role plays encourage critical thinking and class discussion.

• The speech-writing process from brainstorming through delivery.

• Authentic news articles for further discussion and vocabulary enrichment.

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Accurate English

English Pronunciation Made Simple

A Complete Course in Pronunciation

Second Edition

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Intermediate – Advanced

Rebecca M. Dauer

Paulette Dale and Lillian Poms

Accurate English reinforces theory with numerous practice exercises that include phrases, dialogues, reading passages, and oral presentations to help students achieve a near-native accent.

With a friendly writing style and abundant illustrations, this text helps students understand and practice English pronunciation and sounds, and includes separate sections on vowels, consonants, and stress, rhythm and intonation.

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• Provides precise illustrations of lip positions of vowels and consonants, and a diagnostic speech sample.

• Abundant mouth illustrations and examples show how to produce sounds correctly.

• Includes spelling patterns for ordinary words and academic words.

• A variety of listening, reading, and conversational activities offer comprehensive practice with words, common phrases, and sentences.

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Linda Lane Focus on Pronunciation gives students the tools, tips, and techniques they need to speak English clearly and accurately. All aspects of pronunciation are addressed — sounds, stress, rhythm, and intonation — and the variety of activities and accessible style make learning fun.

Proven approach for students at all levels • Level 1 provides an introduction to the English sound system and focuses extensively on vowels and consonants. In addition, learners are introduced to stress, rhythm, and intonation. • Level 2 reinforces the work on vowels and consonants from Level 1. It then expands word-level stress and devotes more time to rhythm and intonation.

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Level 1: Diane Schmitt, Norbert Schmitt, and David Mann Level 2: Diane Schmitt and Norbert Schmitt The research-based Focus on Vocabulary series breaks down vocabulary acquisition tasks into achievable, short-term language acquisition goals. Focus on Vocabulary 1: Bridging Vocabulary fills the gap between high-frequency and lower-frequency vocabulary — teaching mid-frequency vocabulary and preparing intermediate to highintermediate students for the kinds of words found in novels, newspapers, films, and social and workplace settings. Focus on Vocabulary 2: Mastering the Academic Word List uses thorough recycling of academic words and well-crafted exercises to introduce high-intermediate and advanced students to the vocabulary they need for academic and testtaking success.

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Vocabulary Power

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Practicing Essential Words Low-Intermediate – Advanced

Kate Dingle and Jennifer Recio Lebedev Vocabulary Power uses the latest research on memory to make the process of learning vocabulary simple, effective, and enjoyable. This three-level program teaches the most frequently used words from the General Service List and Academic Word List and presents each word in seven different contexts to help students learn and remember the word easily.

Features: • Exercises on word families, multiple meanings, collocations, and expressions expand students’ knowledge of the words. • Engaging discussion questions and writing topics elicit natural use of the words. • Quizzes check students’ progress and minimize teacher prep time. • Word Builder exercises and charts in the Appendix help students focus on the meaning and use of word parts.

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Essential Idioms in English

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Phrasal Verbs and Collocations Fifth Edition

Fluency in Speaking and Listening

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This indispensable resource helps students understand the language patterns used by native speakers and remains the book of choice for mastering more than 600 common English idioms, phrasal verbs, and collocations.

Bring the challenge of learning typical American English expressions within any student’s reach. Each book presents over 1,200 idioms within semantic categories.

This series uses authentic newspaper and magazine ads to teach idioms and build student fluency.

Essential Idioms in English thoroughly defines and illustrates each idiom, then reinforces its meaning and usage with multiple-choice, true-false, fill-in-theblank, and matching exercises.

• Logical organization in functional and situational contexts makes idioms easy to learn, and easy to remember.

Features: • Sections on collocations illustrate the frequency of certain usages.

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• A variety of multiskill exercise types develop students’ language skills. • Regular review units provide students with further practice and reinforcement.

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• An expanded appendix of equivalent idioms includes Portuguese, French, and Spanish translations. • A dictionary skills section helps students build their vocabulary and improve their knowledge of usage.

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Longman Photo Dictionary of American English

Longman Basic Dictionary of American English

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cap /kæp/ noun

1 a cloth hat with a curved part sticking out at the front: a baseball cap ➝ see picture on page A1 2 a cover that closes a bottle or tube, or goes on the end of a pen: I can’t get the cap on this bottle off. Can you try? Ac /ˈkeɪpəbəl/ adjective 1 be capable of (doing) something = to be able to do something because you have the abilities or qualities that are needed: He’s very fast – I think he’s capable of winning a gold medal. ANTONYM: incapable 2 able to do something well: She’s a very capable lawyer and she wins most of her cases. SYNONYM: able —capability /ˌkeɪpəˈbɪləti/ noun the ability to do something: Do the armed forces have the capability to win the war?

a light narrow boat which you move through the water using a short piece of wood with a flat end, called a PADDLE: They paddled up the river in their canoe. —canoeing noun the activity of traveling in a canoe

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can·o·py /ˈkænəpi/ noun (plural canopies)

1 a cloth cover above something, for example a bed or door 2 if trees form a canopy, the branches and leaves of different trees are touching or very close together: Birds flew from branch to branch beneath the forest canopy.

[ORIGIN: 1500-1600 From the Latin word capabilis, which means “able to take things in.”]

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can·ta·loupe /ˈkæntəlˌoʊp/ noun

capable adjective | incapable adjective | capability noun

a large sweet fruit that is a type of MELON and is orange inside ➝ see picture on page A1

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can·vas /ˈkænvəs/ noun

ca·pac·i·ty

Ac /kəˈpæsəti/ noun (plural capacities) (formal) 1 the amount that something can contain: The tank has a capacity of 20 gallons. 2 the ability to do or produce something: Children have a great capacity for learning.

1 a type of strong cloth that is used to make tents, sails, bags, and light shoes: The tent was made out of canvas. | a canvas bag 2 a piece of canvas on which a picture is painted

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ca·noe /kəˈnu/ noun

cape /keɪp/ noun

1 a long loose piece of clothing without SLEEVEs that fastens around your neck: Batman wears a black cape. 2 a large area of land that has the ocean on three sides of it: She has a beach house on Cape Cod, on the coast of Massachusetts.

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cap·i·tal /ˈkæpətl/ noun

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can·yon /ˈkænjən/ noun

a deep valley with very steep sides: The Colorado River flows through the Grand Canyon.

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[ORIGIN: 1800-1900 From the Spanish word cañón, which means “tube or deep valley.”]

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can’t /kænt/ verb

the short form of “cannot”: I know you told me his name, but I can’t remember it.

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Methodology/Professional Development

From Interactive to Participatory Language Teaching: Evolving Theory and Practice Fourth Edition

Academic Success for English Language Learners Strategies for K–12 Mainstream Teachers

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This best-selling cutting-edge text highlights strategies for teaching languages to children, adolescents, and adults — beginning through advanced. It presents a cyclic approach to theory and practice in which each informs the other, and it stresses peer- and self-evaluation in simulated and real classrooms.

Features: • The latest research reflects influential thinking for the 21st century; best practices in teaching listening, speaking, pronunciation, reading, and writing; a carefully developed rationale for a synthesis of the sociocultural and cognitive schools of thought; strategies for teaching large and mixedlevel classes; grammar-focused strategies; sample lesson format and evaluation forms, and much more. • Part I: Theoretical Considerations — Explores current theory and research; builds a case for emergent participatory teaching; and highlights literacy development, self-directed learning strategies, and current assessment issues and practices. • Part II: Exploring Methods and Activities — Presents a practical reservoir from which teachers can draw as they develop their own methodologies and local practice. • Part III: Putting It All Together: Some Practical Issues — Considers issues critical to program development, lesson design; textbook and computer program selection; video use; teacher research and professional development (including SIOP).

Patricia A. Richard-Amato and Marguerite Ann Snow Academic Success for English Language Learners is dedicated to helping mainstream teachers meet the sociocultural, cognitive, and academic language needs of today’s English language learners (ELLs). Balancing conceptual foundations with practical strategies, the text’s four-part format includes chapters written by some of the field’s most respected researchers and teachers: Angela Carrasquillo, Jim Cummins, Anna Uhl Chamot, Jana Echevarria, Lily Wong Fillmore, Pauline Gibbons, Barbara Hawkins, Sarah Hudelson, Cristina Igoa, Mary McGroarty, Sonia Nieto, Vivian Rodriquez, Linda Sasser, Deborah Short, Catherine Snow, Aida Walqui, and many more.

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• Part I: Theoretical Considerations — Presents a variety of ideas to stimulate thinking and help teachers develop their own theories of practice. • Part II: Sociocultural Issues and Implications — Focuses on sociocultural concerns and their implications in the classroom. • Part III: The Classroom: Instruction and Assessment Practices — Presents a wide range of pedagogical and classroom management strategies. • Part IV: Readings in Specific Content Areas — Relates many of the preceding strategies and issues to specific content areas across grade levels, including math, literature, social studies, science, physical education, music, and art.

• Part IV: Programs in Action: Describes K–Adult Programs (ESL, Foreign Language, Bilingual, and Tribal Heritage). • Part V: Case Studies: Teacher Narrations to Stimulate Professional Dialogue — Presents case studies, ranging from kindergarten through university levels.

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The Tips Series Series Editor: H. Douglas Brown

The Tips for Teaching series covers topics of practical classroom-centered interest for English language teachers. Written in clearly comprehensible terms, each book offers soundly conceived, practical approaches to classroom instruction that are firmly grounded in current pedagogical research.

Tips for Teaching Culture

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Practical Approaches to Intercultural Communication

Practical Approaches to Computer-Assisted Language Learning

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Tips for Teaching Culture provides research and practical techniques for teaching intercultural communication. Topics include language, nonverbal communication, identity, culture shock, cross-cultural adjustment, traditional ways of teaching culture, and social responsibility.

Tips for Teaching with CALL introduces teachers to ComputerAssisted Language Learning (CALL). This practical reference book links specific techniques for using CALL with contemporary CALL research.

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Features: • Concrete tips provide teachers with helpful suggestions on how to build cultural awareness. • What the Research Says and What the Teacher Can Do sections link pedagogical research with classroom techniques. • Voices from the Classroom sections share teachers’ crosscultural anecdotes. • Classroom activities illustrate over 50 ways that teachers can build intercultural understanding. • Photocopiable handouts can be used in class with minimal preparation. • Glossary provides concise definitions of commonly used terms about intercultural communication.

• Concrete tips help teachers get students working productively with electronic texts. • What the Research Says and What the Teacher Can Do sections link pedagogical research with classroom techniques. • Color screenshots, along with descriptions, level information, and notes, illustrate more than 100 examples of authentic CALL software. • Focus questions at the end of each chapter guide teachers in selecting appropriate CALL activities for their students.

CD-ROM features: • Interactive video clips show application of tips from each chapter. • Demonstrations show students using authentic CALL software. • Simulations guide teachers through authentic CALL programs.

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Methodology/Professional Development

Tips for Teaching Listening new

A Practical Approach

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Linda Lane

Jack C. Richards and Anne Burns

Tips for Teaching Pronunciation provides practical tips, clear explanations, diagrams, and sample classroom activities. Each chapter covers one of the five main areas of pronunciation — vowels, consonants, stress, rhythm, and intonation.

Tips for Teaching Listening introduces English language teachers to contemporary research and specific techniques for teaching listening. Topics include listening processes, skills, text types, academic listening, course planning, and assessment.

Features:

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• What the Teacher Should Know sections set the scene with pedagogical research.

• Vignettes in each chapter illustrate authentic learning and teaching experiences.

• Concrete tips provide practical classroom suggestions for teaching vowels, consonants, stress, rhythm, and intonation.

• What the Teacher Should Know and What the Teacher Can Do sections link pedagogical research with classroom techniques.

• Specific features sections in each chapter cover common pronunciation problems that teachers find challenging. • Sample activities for each specific feature exemplify how to implement the tips. • Practical suggestions show how to integrate pronunciation with other skill areas. • Extensive descriptions help teachers prepare for pronunciation problems common to specific language groups.

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• Activities in chapters and appendices provide classroom ideas for implementing each tip. • Photocopiable handouts with example activities from popular listening texts can be used in class with minimal preparation. • Glossary provides concise definitions of commonly used terms.

• Photocopiable diagnostic test and handouts can be used in class with minimal preparation.

• Audio CD includes MP3 audio files for select handouts.

• Audio CD provides all needed listening materials for classroom activities.

Practical tips to enhance your language teaching.

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The Learning Strategies Handbook

Authentic Assessment The CALLA Handbook for English Language Implementing the Cognitive Academic Language Learning Approach Learners Second Edition

Anna Uhl Chamot, Sarah Barnhardt, Pamela Beard El-Dinary, and Jill Robbins

J. Michael O’Malley and Lorraine Valdez Pierce

Anna Uhl Chamot

Written by experts in the field, this handbook provides teachers with practical guidelines, and classroomtested lessons and activities to teach ESL students how to use learning strategies.

This practical resource book familiarizes teachers, staff developers, and administrators with the latest thinking on alternatives to traditional assessment. It also prepares them to implement authentic assessment in the ESL/bilingual classroom and to incorporate it into instructional planning.

The CALLA Handbook is a practical and research-based methodology book for all teachers of students learning English as a new language. Each chapter reflects the new research, content subject to national standards, and adaptations of the CALLA model to meet current needs of students and teachers.

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• A solid, research-based framework linking assessment to instruction.

• Theoretical framework of CALLA, based on current second language acquisition and learning theory research.

Practical Approaches for Teachers

Features: • In-depth theory and research behind learning strategies. • The relationship between CALLA (Cognitive Academic Language Learning Approach) and learning strategies. • Reproducible charts, graphs, checklists, and lessons help integrate learning strategies in class. • Teaching tips, reflective questions, and classroom activities can be used with ESL students in all grades.

• Specific issues in the assessment of English language learners. • Practical approaches for using portfolios, self-assessment, and peer assessment, accompanied by guidelines for grading practices. • Practical, effective strategies for assessing oral language proficiency, reading, writing, and the content areas. • Reproducible scoring rubrics, checklists, and anecdotal record forms that can be adapted for local assessment needs.

• Description and examples for each component of the CALLA model: using content area standards, developing academic language, and teaching learning strategies. • Uses the CALLA instructional sequence to plan and differentiate instruction. • Prepares students for standardized tests and develops authentic, performancebased assessments. • Guidelines, activities, and lessons for English language learners in literacy development, English Language Arts, etc.

Practical tools and strategies for language teaching.

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Methodology/Professional Development

Teaching English Language Learners

A Short Course in Teaching Reading

Strategies for Secondary School Success

The How-To Handbook

Practical Techniques for Building Reading Power Second Edition

Jodi Reiss

Teresa Walter

Beatrice S. Mikulecky

How can content-area teachers turn theories of second-language learning into useful tools for ensuring the success of their ELL students? Teaching Content to English Language Learners is filled with easy-to-incorporate techniques to increase participation, strengthen vocabulary, and make content more accessible.

This practical handbook provides teachers with valuable insights on teaching English language learners in their mainstream classrooms. The book presents basic principles, current research, and practices for teaching students whose primary language is not English.

This classic handbook for teaching reading by the author of Reading Power combines reading theory with practical classroom application. Topics include top-down and bottom-up processing, reading fluency, critical thinking and vocabulary building, brain-based learning, and corpus linguistics. A Short Course in Teaching Reading is an invaluable resource to reading teachers, teachers in training, or administrators in ESL EFL, LEP, and ABE classrooms.

Features: • Practical strategies build on common classroom techniques and activities to increase teaching effectiveness for language-learning students. • Teachers learn to recognize cultural differences, develop alternative assessments, and adapt written assignments and oral language. • Abundant models, graphics, and authentic examples show how to help students build content-area fluency as well as general language skills.

• Culture and Cultural Diversity — Offers suggestions for understanding the learner’s background and creating a positive classroom environment. • Language and Language Acquisition — Explores principles of language acquisition, stages of proficiency, and strategies and methods for facilitating English language development. • Literacy Development — Focuses on classroom-tested approaches to teaching reading and writing. • Academic/Content Area Development — Explains how to facilitate access to core curricula for all students, regardless of level or learning style. • Assessment and Evaluation — Presents basic principles of assessment, including types, tools, and test-taking strategies.

Features: • Reading and Literacy — Connects theory and practice behind the reading process and literacy acquisition. • Extensive Reading — Outlines why and how to set up an extensive reading program. • Teaching Reading Skills — Provides the rationale and methodology for teaching specific skills. • Practical lessons and exercises — Provide rationales and sample activities for teaching such skills as previewing, predicting, skimming, scanning, and summarizing.

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Teacher Development Interactive An online course for ELT professionals

Series Editor: David Nunan Fundamentals of Teaching Young Learners: Diane Pinkley Fundamentals of ELT: H. Douglas Brown Reading: Jeremy Harmer Listening: Jack C. Richards Speaking: Allen Ascher The online course Teacher Development Interactive (TDI) offers up-to-date instruction from language teaching experts for professional development anytime, anywhere! TDI provides a wide range of teaching ideas that reflect current methodology. The course expands teachers’ knowledge as they apply learner-centered instruction in a variety of contexts. Teachers gain skills and strategies to deal with practical classroom concerns such as lesson planning, classroom management, and assessment. Taken together, or individually, the course modules offer opportunities for professional growth to both new and experienced teachers.

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TDI: The Blended Course deepens and expands the online experience in a face-to-face classroom through: • Active, hands-on learning • Reflective tasks • Collaborative projects

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The Practice of English Language Teaching The How to...Series Fourth Edition

Series Editor: Jeremy Harmer

Jeremy Harmer The Practice of English Language Teaching has been the reference of choice for tens of thousands of teachers of English since it was first published in 1991. The fourth edition has been completely updated to reflect new developments in language teaching. It includes a DVD showing real classes and discussions between the author and the teachers involved.

“ The How to… series is written by teachers and teacher trainers, people who know the reality of the classroom and the support teachers need to get the most out of their students. Our aim is to build teachers’ confidence, knowledge, and classroom abilities — and inspire them to try out new ideas.”

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• The evolving identities of global English. • The changing reality of the “classroom.” • Issues of context-sensitive methodology. • Updated examples of learning and teaching material.

This collection of user-friendly development books will assist a broad range of teachers and trainers in expanding their classroom capabilities. Each text offers practical information within a clear theoretical framework. The series builds teachers’ confidence, knowledge and classroom abilities — and inspires them to try out new ideas.

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Linguistics

Teaching and Researching: Autonomy in Language Learning Second Edition

Teaching and Researching: Language and Culture Second Edition

Philip Benson

Joan Kelly Hall

Autonomy has become a keyword of language policy in education systems around the world. With hundreds of new references and five new case studies, this second edition addresses the identification of autonomy in language learning behaviors, as well as how to evaluate the wide variety of educational practices that have been designed to foster autonomy in learning.

Globalization and technology have made communication across geographical and cultural boundaries much more a part of our daily lives. This second edition captures some of the major theoretical and empirical developments in the field of applied linguistics, and provides an overview of methods for undertaking investigations on language, culture, and learning.

Teaching and Researching: Reading Second Edition

William Grabe and Fredricka L. Stoller

Teaching and Researching: Language Learning Strategies Second Edition

Rebecca Oxford

This updated overview of reading theory summarizes key ideas and issues in first and second language contexts, while offering evidence-based teaching ideas and a multi-step iterative process for conducting meaningful research. Includes 29 projects for teacher adaptation and use, as well as numerous new and expanded resource materials.

Teaching and Researching: Speaking Second Edition

Integrating socio-cultural, cognitive, and affective dimensions, this new text offers practical, innovative suggestions for assessing, teaching, and researching language learning strategies. Examples are drawn from all levels, from beginner to advanced, and include clear, concise explanations of the advantages and limitations of various instructional approaches.

Teaching and Researching: Listening Second Edition

Rebecca Hughes

Michael Rost

With its up-to-date coverage of the rapidly changing field of speech and discourse, this accessible text looks at speaking as a dynamic interpersonal process, then relates it to wider issues in linguistics and applied linguistics. A new chapter on assessment addresses highstakes oral language testing contexts such as immigration.

This second edition provides a focused treatment of the linguistic, psycholinguistic and pragmatic processes involved in oral language use, and shows how these processes influence listening in a range of contexts. Updates include new chapter overviews and summaries, revised technology references and resources, and new and updated figures.

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The Applied Linguistics in Action: Teaching and Researching series focuses on the issues and challenges in a range of applied linguistics fields. The series provides clear, up-to-date, accessible information that begins with foundational concepts and explores current issues and unresolved questions.

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A Academic Connections Academic Success for English Language Learners

Access Accurate English All About the USA 1-4, 2/E All New Easy True Stories All New Very Easy True Stories American Perspectives American Roots American Ways, 3/E Anatomy and Physiology for English Language Learners Apply Yourself Authentic Assessment for English Language Learners Azar-Hagen Grammar Series Azar Interactive

B Basic English Grammar, 3/E Beyond Language, 2/E

Beyond True Stories Building Skills for the New TOEIC® Test, 2/E Business Correspondence, 2/E

27 95 106 70 50 46-47 46-47 107 107 50 109 106 98 34-36 34-36 34-36 107 46-47 109 109

C Cake Looks Great, The CALLA Handbook, The, 2/E

49 98 19 49 106 104 106 65 50 63 69

Center Stage Chicken Smells Good, The, 2/E Communicate What You Mean, 2/E Communicator I and II Comprehensive Grammar of the English Language, A Consider the Issues, 3/E Contact USA Contemporary Topics, 3/E Conversation Book, A, 4/E

D Day by Day Dialogs and Stories E Easy True Stories Engaging Writing, 2E

English in Common New! English Pronunciation Made Simple, 2/E Essential Idioms in English, 5/E Essentials of English, The Even More True Stories, 2/E Everyday Idioms 1 and 2 Exploring Content Exploring English ExpressWays, 2/E Eye on Editing

F Face the Issues, 3/E Fast Track Phonics

Fifty-Fifty Series, 3/E First Steps in Academic Writing, 2/E Focus on Academic Skills for IELTS New! Focus on Grammar, 4/E New! Focus on Grammar, 3/E Focus on Grammar Interactive, Version 2.0 Focus on IELTS New! Focus on Pronunciation Focus on Vocabulary 1 and 2 Focus on Writing New! For Your Information, 2/E Foundations, 2/E From Reading to Writing Fundamentals of Academic Writing Fundamentals of English Grammar, 4/E Fundamentals of English Grammar, 3/E Fundamentals of English Grammar Interactive Future New! Future U.S. Citizens

12 49 46-47 57 25 70 74 60 46-47 74 45 104 12 108 65 106 108 56 92 30-33 106 107 92 71 72 54-55 44 5 58 56 34-36 107 34-36 14-17 18

G Gateways to Academic Writing Get Ready to Read

Grammar Essentials, N/E Grammar Express Grammar for Writing New! Grammar Step by Step with Pictures Grammar to Go 1-3 GrammarWork 1-4, 2/E Great American Stories 1-3

H How to Teach Business English How to Teach English

I

108 65 38 38 53 38 38 38 51

How to Teach for Exams How to Teach Grammar How to Teach Listening How to Teach Pronunciation How to Teach Speaking How to Teach Vocabulary How to Teach Writing

102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102

Idiom Advantage, The Idiom Adventure, The Idioms in American Life Impact Conversation Impact Issues Impact Listening, 2/E Insights 1 and 2 Introduction to Academic Writing, 3/E Issues Series, The, 3/E iTests New!

74 74 108 108 108 108 108 56 65 90

L Lado English Series, N/E Language Assessment, 2/E

Learning Strategies Handbook, The Learn to Listen, Listen to Learn, 3/E Level Guide Listening Power 1-3 Literacy Plus A & B Longman Academic Writing Series, The, 1-4 Longman Advanced American Dictionary, N/E Longman American Idioms Dictionary, N/E Longman Basic Dictionary of American English Longman Business English Dictionary Longman Diccionario Conciso Longman Diccionario Inglés Básico, 2/E New! Longman Diccionario Pocket, 2/E Longman Dicionário Escolar Longman Dictionary of American English, 4/E Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English, 4/E New! Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English English-Chinese Longman English Assessment Longman English-Japanese Dictionary Longman English Interactive Longman ESL Literacy, 3/E

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M Making Business Decisions Making It Happen, 4/E

109 95 109 86 49 106 46-47 46-47

N New Password, 2/E NorthStar, 3/E

NorthStar Building Skills for the TOEFL® iBT

43 28-29 90

Penguin Reading Series Picture Stories Picture This! Pizza Tastes Great, The, 2/E Practice of English Language Teaching, The, 4/E Practice Tests Plus Series New! Principles of Language Learning and Teaching, 5/E PTE General Skills Boosters 2-5 New!

82-83 84-85 82-85 106 20 49 102 92 94 93

Market Leader, 2/E Market Leader, 3/E New! Modern Dramas 1-4 More Picture Stories More True Stories, 3/E More True Stories Behind the Songs

O Official Guide to PTE Academic, The P Penguin Active Reading Penguin Readers

R Raise the Issues, 3/E Ramona’s Adventure

Read Ahead Reading Power 1-4 New! Ready to Go Ready to Read More Ready to Read Now Ready to Read Ready to Write 1-3 Real Grammar Real Reading 1-4 Real Talk 1 and 2

S Salsa Is Hot, The Sense of Wonder, A

Short Course for Teaching Reading Skills, A 2/E Short Takes in Fiction Short Takes Interactive Side by Side, 3/E Side by Side Interactive Side by Side Plus Solomon the Superintendent Sound Advantage Sound Advice, 2/E Sounds Good Speaking of Values Speaking Solutions Spectrum Speech Communication Made Simple, 3/E Summit Summit 2/E New! Survival English, 2/E Systems in English Grammar

T Take It Easy, 2/E Talk Your Head Off (...and Write, Too!)

Teacher Development Interactive Teacher Training Through Video Teaching and Researching: • Autonomy in Language Learning • Language and Culture • Language Learning Strategies • Listening • Reading • Speaking Teaching by Principles, 3/E Teaching Content to English Language Learners Teaching English Language Learners Tips for Teaching with CALL Tips for Teaching Culture Tips for Teaching Listening New! Tips for Teaching Pronunciation Top Notch Top Notch 2/E New! True Colors True Stories True Stories Behind the Songs True Stories in the News, 3/E Tuning In

108 108 100-101 109 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 99 99 96 96 97 97 104-105 22-23 105 46-47 46-47 46-47 108 34-36 34-36 108

V Very Easy True Stories Victor’s Secret

46-47 49 73 13

Vocabulary Power 1-3 Voices of Freedom, 4/E

haddaya Say?, 2/E W WWhat A Life!

What A World Listening What A World Reading, 2/E What I Believe Word by Word Basic Picture Dictionary, 2/E Word by Word Picture Dictionary, 2/E Workplace Plus World of Fiction, A, 2/E World of Reading 1-3 WorldView Write Ahead Writing Academic English, 4/E Writing to Communicate, 1-3

Adamska-Salaciak, Arleta Adelman, Mara B. Arvizu, Xóchitl Ascher, Allen Azar, Betty S.

B Baker-González, Joan Baker, Lida

Barnard, Roger Barnhardt, Sarah Barton, Laurie Beatty, Ken Beaumont, John Beglar, David Benson, Philip Beukens, Todd Biber, Douglas Birchley, Sarah Louise Blanchard, Karen Blau, Eileen K. Bliss, Bill Boardman, Cynthia A. Boggs, Ralph S. Bohlke, David Bonesteel, Lynn Bonner, Margaret Böttcher, Elizabeth Boyd, Frances Breyer, Pamela Peterson Brinton, Donna Broukal, Milada Brown, H. Douglas Burgess, Sally Burns, Anne Butler, Linda Byrd, Donald R.H.

C Cain, Joyce S. Cardenas, Waldo

Carver, Tina Kasloff Cassriel, Betsy Chabrier, Raymond Rivera Chafcouloff, Elizabeth Chamot, Anna Uhl Chapelle, Carol A. Clement, Jeanette Cohen, Robert F. Collins, Tim Conrad, Susan Costinett, Sandra Cotton, David Crandall, JoAnn

65 49 107 42 104 44 44 44 59 37 40-41 66

U Understanding and Using English Grammar, 4/E Understanding and Using English Grammar Interactive U.S.A.: Customs and Institutions, The, 4/E

A Abeywickrama, Priyanvada Abraham, Paul

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49 107 99 108 107 8 9 6-7 49 108 108 108 69 108 104 69 104-105 24 20 109

108 49 67 48 68 10-11 10-11 105-106 51 45 106 108 56 60

L Lado, Robert Lane, Linda

Author

D Dale, Paulette Datesman, Maryanne Kearny Dauer, Rebecca M. Day, Richard R. Diaz, Beatriz B. Dingle, Kate Dixson, Robert J. Draper, C. G.

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Earle-Carlin, Susan Eckstut-Didier, Samuela El-Dinary Beard, Pamela English, Andrew K. English, Laura Monahon

F Falvey, David Feare, Ronald E.

Fellag Robinson, Linda Ferree, Tess Finegan, Edward Fisiak, Jacek Fitzpatrick, Mary Florez, MaryAnn Fotinos-Riggs, Sandra Douglas Frankel, Irene Frazier, Laurie Frendo, Evan Frodesen, Jan Frydenberg, Jia Fuchs, Marjorie Furushima, Dawn

G Gaudet, Jennifer Gilbert, Tammy LeRo Grabe, William Graham, Carolyn Grogan, Patricia E.

H Hagen, Stacy A. Haight, Michelle

Hall, Joan Kelly Hanlon, Steven M. Hanlon, Rebecca York Hanson, Elizabeth Harmer, Jeremy Harris, Tim Harsch, Kenton Haugnes, Natasha Head, Katie Heyer, Sandra Hildebrand, Colleen Hill, David Hoffman, Edwina Hogue, Ann Holten, Christine Howard, Julie Hughes, Rebecca

I Idzikowski, Marius J Jagla, Ewelina Jamieson, Joan Jankowski, Michal Jeffries, Linda Jensen, Linda Johansson, Stig Johnson-Kao, Lisa

K Kearny, Edward N. Kelly, Gerald

Kent, Simon Kisslinger, Ellen Koch, Rachel Spack Koonce, Maria H.

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Lebauer, Roni S. Lebedev, Jennifer Recio Leech, Geoffrey Lennox, Cynthia Levey, Lynn Levine, Deena R. Lew, Robert Ligon, Fred Long, Wendy Pratt Lougheed, Lin Lynn, Sarah

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M Mackey, Daphne MacNeill, Andrew

50 108 Magy, Ronna 14-17, 19 Maher, Beth 28-29 Mann, David 72 Marcus, Sybil 51 Martínez, Hilda 101 Master, Peter 109 Martinsen, Marit ter-Mate 27 Matthews, Candace 108 Maurer, Jay 30-33, 105, 106, 107 McEntire, Jo 107 McPartland-Fairman, Pamela 108 McVeigh, Joe 96 Merdinger, Polly 28-29 Meyers, Alan 108 Mikulecky, Beatrice S. 42, 99 Milhomme, Janet 50 Miller, Judy L. 28-29 Mills, Robin 28-29, 69 Molinsky, Steven J. 5, 6-7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 104, 105 Mosteller, Lee 20 Murphy, Peter 50 Murray, Neil 63

N Nation, Paul Neblett, Elizabeth

Nishio, Yvonne Wong Numrich, Carol Nunan, David

O O’Connell, Sue O’Malley, J. Michael Ordover, Heather Oshima, Alice Oxford, Rebecca

P Paul, Bobbi Penn, Judy, Meier

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