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Contents Skill Level Chart Adult Education: Integrated Series

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Listening and Speaking

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Pronunciation

56

Vocabulary and Idioms

Professional Development: 59 Assessment

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Adult and Young Adult: Integrated Series

16

Create Custom Publishing

28

Cambridge Applied Linguistics..................................80

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Studies in Language Testing..................................... 82

Dictionaries and Reference 60 Exams

62

Cambridge Language Assessment............................ 82

Professional Development: Courses for Teachers 83 The TKT Course.........................................................83

English for Academic Purposes

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Business English

Grammar

36

Professional Development: Practice 73

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Cambridge Copy Collection......................................73

Reading

Professional Development: Applied Linguistics 80

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Cambridge Handbooks for Language Teachers........74

Cambridge Teacher Training and Development.......83

Other Titles

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Title Index

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Academic Reading.................................................... 42 Leveled Readers........................................................46

Author Index Professional Development: Methodology 76

Writing

Cambridge Language Teaching Library.....................79

Literature.................................................................. 45

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Cambridge Language Education...............................76

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Ordering Information

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Cambridge ESL Specialists

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Key to symbols Cambridge English Corpus

App

Online Workbook

Presentation Plus – Classroom Presentation Software

ebook

Cambridge Learning Management System (see page 4)


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Digital and Blended Contents Learning

Writing Skills For Every Student Writing skills are some of the hardest to learn and some of the most time-consuming to teach. We believe that every student deserves a chance to improve at writing. That’s why we offer Writing Skills Interactive free with the purchase of our main grammar and writing courses. Writing Skills Interactive is available free with • • • •

Academic Encounters Page 34 Final Draft Page 50 Grammar and Beyond Page 36 Writers at Work Page 54

Touchstone and Viewpoint

TESTBANK

Grammar in Use

Cambridge Dictionary

Writing Skills Interactive

Flexible learning, proven results. A six-level adult course with fully-flexible blended learning.

Cambridge English authentic practice tests, managed online in the Cambridge Learning Management System.

The world’s best-selling grammar series for learners of English with all levels now available as ebooks.

Make your words meaningful with the world’s most popular online dictionaries for learners of English.

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Experience the new upgraded version in the Cambridge LMS with better tools for communicating and a more powerful gradebook. Page 48


Low Intermediate

Intermediate

High Intermediate

Low Advanced

Ventures Second edition

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Taking Off

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All-Star

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Citizenship Now!

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Excellent English

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Interchange Fourth edition

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Advanced/Freshman Comp

High Beginning

Literacy

Beginning

Skill Level Chart

Adult Education 8-11

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Adult Series 19

NEW Interchange Fifth edition

20-21

Passages Third edition

22-23

Four Corners

24,26

Touchstone / Touchstone Online Course Second edition

25,27

Viewpoint / Viewpoint Online Course

Quest Second edition

34-35

Academic Encounters Second edition

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Grammar and Beyond

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NEW Prism

29 30-33

Interactions / Mosaic Sixth edition

Skills Grammar

Grammar for Writing Reading

40

Grammar Form and Function Second edition

41

Grammar in Use

40

Grammar Troublespots Third edition

42-43

Making Connections Second edition

44

Read This!

44

Strategic Reading Second edition

45

Discovering Fiction Second edition

46

Cambridge Experience Readers

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Cambridge English Readers

2 Sanabria Sanabria

Preparing Students for Academic Coursework • Students develop academic skills and vocabulary by studying authentic and adapted conversations and lectures. • Extensive scaffolding helps students master the academic skills they need. • The sustained content approach provides an immersive experience that prepares students for university study.

Skills for Academic Preparation

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Listening Skills

help students engage with conversations and lectures before, during, and after listening.

Vocabulary Skills

Level 1

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Speaking Skills

Note Taking Skills

receive special attention, as students learn to take, organize, and study from lecture notes. Level 3

Level 4

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STUDENT’S BOOK

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Series Editor: Bernard Seal

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2nd Edition

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2 EDITION

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American Studies

Reading and Writing Student’s Book Reading and Writing Teacher’s Manual Listening and Speaking Student’s Book with lectures on DVD Listening and Speaking Teacher’s Manual Listening and Speaking Class Audio CDs

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include formal and informal academic situations, as well as extended presentations.

Level 2

American Studies

LISTENING

LISTENING • SPEAKING

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throughout each unit focus on the Academic Word List and content-area words. Component

Academic Encounters 2nd Edition

Features

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ON DVD

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Dennis Johnson Donna Price K. Lynn Savage (Series Editor)

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Listening and Speaking

Pronunciation

Vocabulary and Idioms

Low Advanced

Advanced/Freshman Comp

Final Draft

High Intermediate

50-52

Intermediate

Writing Skills Interactive

Low Intermediate

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Beginning

Title

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Academic Writing

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Literacy

Skill Level Chart

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Skills for Effective Writing

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Writers at Work

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Guidelines

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New Directions

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The International Story

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In Our Own Words

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Inspired to Write

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Write to Be Read

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A Writer’s Workbook

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Academic Writing Second edition

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From Writing to Composing Second edition

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Writing from Within Second edition

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Let’s Talk Second edition

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Active Listening Second edition

58

Present Yourself Second edition

56

Clear Speech

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Pronunciation Pairs Second edition

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Pronunciation Plus

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Vocabulary in Use Second edition

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In the Know

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Idioms for Everyday Use

60

Cambridge Dictionary

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Cambridge Preparation for the TOEFL® Test Fourth edition

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Objective

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Compact

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Complete

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Dictionaries •

Exams

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IELTS

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Adult Education: Integrated Series

The complete solution! UNIT

Ventures Second edition Gretchen Bitterlin, Dennis Johnson, Donna Price, Sylvia Ramirez Series Editor: K. Lynn Savage LITERACY TO HIGH INTERMEDIATE

Extended reading worksheets

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Objective: CCR Anchor 9: Analyze how two or more texts address similar themes or topics in order to build knowledge or to compare the approaches the authors take.

4 Analyze the texts Review the following texts to answer the questions below: (1) Student Book, p. 6, Setting Goals for the Future; (2) Student Book, p. 8, Keys for Success at Work; (3) Extended Reading, Problems with Goal Setting. 1. According to the text Setting Goals for the Future, how does the author define setting goals?

2. In the same text, the author gives several important points to consider when setting goals. Identify three and give examples from the text to support your choices.

3. What does the author of Keys for Success at Work suggest people do if they are not strong in the skills and qualities he lists? 4. How does the author of Problems with Goal Setting define “stretch goals”? Restate the definition in your own words. Which point in the article Setting Goals for the Future would prevent this problem?

College and career ready! CCRS Correlated • See how Ventures meets the college and career readiness standards.

5 Before you write

Ventures Second edition is a six-level, four-skills, standards-based, integrated-skills series that empowers students to achieve their academic and career goals. • Ventures provides instructors with the tools for any teaching situation. • The Online Workbook keeps students learning outside the classroom. • Easy-to-teach materials make for a more productive classroom. • Assessment Audio CD/CD-ROM included in the Teacher’s Edition provides teachers with everything they need to accurately measure student performance.

Is goal setting more beneficial or detrimental to achieving success? Use the information from Exercises 1-4 and evidence from the three texts to support your opinion. Complete the graphic organizer your teacher gives you with your opinion, 3 key arguments, and evidence to support each argument. Add a conclusion. Opinion: 3 Key Arguments

Evidence to Support Arguments

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• Students learn to use evidence from a text to answer questions, speak, and write. • Available for levels 3, 4, and Transitions.

Conclusion: 6 Write Is goal setting more beneficial or detrimental to achieving success? What is your opinion? Use your graphic organizer and evidence from the three texts to support your opinion. 7 After you write

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A Check your writing. Did you include all the ideas in your graphic organizer? B Share your writing with a partner. a. Take turns. Read your writing to your partner.

b. Read your partner’s writing to yourself. Compare it to your partner’s graphic organizer. c. Comment on your partner’s writing: Ask one question; share one thing you learned. © Cambridge University Press 2015 Photocopiable

CCRS Extended Reading Worksheets

Extended reading worksheets Unit 1 • 3

• The correlations, worksheets, and many more resources are available to download for free.

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Career and Educational Pathways • 48 student-centered worksheets act as mini-lessons that assist students in recognizing and obtaining their educational and career goals. cambridge.org/careerpathways

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Adult Education: Integrated Series Grammar & Conversation • Two grammar lessons per unit are presented in small, accessible chunks. Learners practice grammar using student-centered, communicative activities set in real-life contexts to internalize new structures. Lesson Goals • Act as a checklist, fostering greater • learner autonomy. Updated design • With more real photos leads to better comprehension.

Online Workbook • The Online Workbook provides the same high quality practice opportunities as the print Workbooks, gives students instant feedback, and allows teachers and programs to track students’ progress and time-on-task. venturesowbs.cambridge.org

Online Teacher’s Resource Room • Free online Teacher’s Resource Room, where teachers can download thousands of additional worksheets and classroom materials. • New for Transitions: Extended Reading Worksheets and Collaborative Activities cambridge.org/ventures/resources

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Adult Education: Integrated Series Presentation Plus • Provides complete course content, including audio, interactive activities and answer keys, annotation tools, links to online resources, Ventures Arcade, and the ability to save customized lessons to any computer anywhere.

Arcade • Free and fun practice. • Includes citizenship practice. • Downloadable student audio in MP3 format. cambridge.org/venturesarcade

Professional Development DVD • The Professional Development DVD, using real-life classroom footage, provides in-depth training for novice and experienced teachers.

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Adult Education: Integrated Series

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Ventures Classroom Packs 25 Student’s Books and Workbooks, the Teacher’s Edition, Class Audio CDs, and Career and Educational Pathways – $572.60

Ventures Digital Value Packs Student’s Books and Online Workbooks – $26.60

Ventures Second edition Literacy Value Pack (Student’s Book/Literacy Workbook) Value Pack (Student’s Book/Workbook) Digital Value Pack (Student’s Book/Online Workbook Pack) Super Value Pack (Student’s Book with Audio CD, Workbook with Audio CD, Online Workbook) Student’s Book with Self-Study Audio CD Workbook with Audio CD Online Workbook Literacy Workbook with Audio CD Teacher’s Edition with Assessment Audio CD/CD-ROM Class Audio CDs Presentation Plus Classroom Pack (25 Student’s Books & Workbooks, Class Audio CDs, Teacher’s Edition, Career & Educational Pathways Worksheets) Ventures Second edition Professional Development DVD Canadian Teacher Guide Presentation Plus Site Level Licenses (all levels)

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Adult Education: Integrated Series “Perfect to teach. My students love it.” Addys Vasquez, Pembroke Pines, Florida, Amazon review

A four-skill foundation course Taking Off

Ideal basic level for Excellent English and All-Star

Second edition Susan Hancock Fesler, Christy M. Newman

Taking Off Second edition is a standardsbased program for beginning students of English. The picture dictionary art teaches life-skills vocabulary in a clear and visual way. The gradually accelerating pace of the text instills confidence in students as they establish a solid foundation in the basics of English. • Ideal for students who have minimal first-language skills. • Addresses the multilevel beginner class with two distinct workbooks: beginning and literacy. • Relevant content and vocabulary leads to successful real-life applications of lessons. Features • Flexible design and rich ancillaries accommodate programs with 84 to over 200 hours of classroom instruction. • Activities correlated to CASAS, EFF, BEST Literacy, TABE CLAS-E, and other key standards prepare students to master a broad range of critical competencies. • Two different level workbooks for multilevel classes. The Literacy Workbook with Audio CD is designed for students who do not have foundational literacy skills in their first language. The regular Workbook provides supplemental practice in vocabulary, listening, reading, test-taking, and online computer activities for each unit. • My Life activity boxes offer students the opportunity to personalize new vocabulary and concepts while participating in communication activities.

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Teacher’s Edition has 300 expansion activities and 48 reproducible worksheets, along with cultural, grammar and pronunciation notes that give teachers a wealth of materials to tailor classes with different students’ needs in mind.

Workbook offers grammar, reading, and writing activities that help reinforce concepts taught in the student text. Go Online activities help teach digital literacy skills early.

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Literacy Workbook has a Phonics section and an Audio CD included in every workbook to quickly ramp up speaking and listening skills in low-level students. The Literacy Workbook also includes grammar, reading, and writing activities.

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Adult Education: Integrated Series WORKBOOK

All-Star Value Pack

Innovative design allows maximum flexibility

Student’s Book and Workbook – $36.20

Motivate Students

All-Star Second edition Jean Bernard, Linda Lee, Kristin Sherman, Grace Tanaka, Shirley Velasco

This standards-based series for adult English learners features a Big Picture-dictionary approach to vocabulary building. Innovative Design • All-Star’s flexible approach, with Alternate Application Lessons and Big Pictures, affords teachers and students a wealth of experiences to meet their educational goals. Flexible Teaching Options • All-Star Second edition presents family, work, and community topics in each unit. The workbooks provide Alternate Application Lessons, giving teachers the flexibility to customize. • New Target Grammar pages tie into every unit, allowing the teacher to introduce the appropriate amount of grammar to meet student needs.

• All-Star’s entertaining Big Picture scenes are springboards to the lesson and to a wealth of activities covering all skills. • All-Star’s Learner Persistence Kit encourages students to establish language-learning goals and motivates them to realize their transitional goals. • All-Star’s Work-Out CD-ROM, featuring complete student audio in MP3 format, helps students expand their learning inside and outside the classroom. Career and Educational Pathways website • 48 student-centered worksheets act as mini-lessons that assist students in recognizing and obtaining their educational and career goals.

Citizenship Now!

cambridge.org/careerpathways Online Teacher Resource Center • EZ-TEST® Online: Create customizable tests online, eztestonline.com. • Visit the website to download the Interactive Correlations Chart, Learner Persistence Kit, Post-Testing Study Guide, and the Student’s Book and Teacher Audio MP3 files. mhhe.com/allstar

All-Star Second editon Value Pack (Student’s Book & Workbook) Value Pack with CD-ROM (Student’s Book with Work-Out CD-ROM & Workbook) Student’s Book Student’s Book with Work-Out CD-ROM Workbook Teacher’s Edition Teacher Audio with Testing Teacher Audio with Testing MP3 Format Work-Out CD-ROM

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Karen Hilgeman, Winifred Ho Roderman, Kristin Sherman, Jennifer Wilson Cooper

Citizenship Now! is a citizenship preparation textbook appropriate for either classroom use or self-study. Student Book with Pass the Interview DVD and Audio CD Teacher’s Edition

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Teaching Adult ESL Betsy Parrish

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Teaching Adult ESL is a comprehensive and practical overview of adult ESL teaching methodology.

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Adult Education: Integrated Series

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Career and Educational Pathways website • 48 student-centered worksheets act as mini-lessons that assist students in recognizing and obtaining their educational and career goals. cambridge.org/careerpathways

People LESSON 1:

Grammar and Vocabulary

1 GRAMMAR PICTURE DICTIONARY. Listen and repeat. TCD1, 21 SCD, 8

Maya

Ian

The Grammar Picture Dictionary uses engaging illustrations to showcase target grammar and vocabulary for better comprehension

Drew

Susie

1

2

3

4

A: Is Drew messy?

A: Is Ian messy?

A: Is Maya hardworking?

A: Is Susie hardworking?

B: Yes, he is.

B: No, he isn’t. He’s neat.

B: Yes, she is.

B: No, she isn’t. She’s lazy.

Notice the Grammar activities make students aware of the form and function of new grammar points

Henry

5

6

Dan

Hiro

Miko 7

8

Ken

A: Is Henry funny?

A: Is Dan funny?

A: Is Miko outgoing?

A: Are Ken and Hiro outgoing?

B: Yes, he is.

B: No, he isn’t. He’s serious.

B: Yes, she is.

B: No, they aren’t. They’re shy.

2 NOTICE THE GRAMMAR. Look at Activity 1. Underline is and are. Circle isn’t and aren’t.

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Ask and answer yes / no questions with be. • Describe personal characteristics.

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Yes / No Questions with Be We use be with adjectives.

Questions Be

Subject

Answers Adjective

Subject

be

Subject

be + not

Am

I

you

are.

you

aren’t.

Are

you

I

am.

I

‘m not.

Is

she

he

it

he funny?

we Are

Yes,

is.

shy?

you

they

they

3 CHECK. Look at page 22. Check

you

aren’t.

they

the answers.

1.

Is Susie hardworking?

Yes, she is.

No, she isn’t.

2.

Is Drew neat?

Yes, he is.

No, he isn’t.

3.

Is Maya lazy?

Yes, she is.

No, she isn’t.

4.

Is Henry funny?

Yes, he is.

No, he isn’t.

5.

Are Hiro and Ken shy?

Yes, they are.

No, they aren’t.

Are you hardworking?

4.

Are you funny?

2.

Are you messy?

5.

Are you outgoing?

3.

Are you shy?

6.

Are you lazy?

TALK with a partner. Ask and answer the questions.

Claire and Liz My name is Liz. I am a student. I am tall and thin. My sister’s name is Claire. Claire is a doctor. Claire is tall, but she isn’t thin. She’s hardworking. I’m hardworking too. We are both funny. We are very different in one way – Claire is very messy, and I am very neat. 4 WRITE adjectives to describe Claire and Liz.

Yes, I am.

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1 WRITE. In the chart, make a list of five adjectives that describe you. Now think of a family member. Write five adjectives that describe your family member.

Writing Tip Make lists before you write. They help you think of ideas.

Adjectives

Adjectives

outgoing

My Family Member Example:

1.

1.

2.

2.

3.

3.

4.

4.

5.

5.

Liz

thin

Reading comprehension activities allow students to exercise their understanding of the new content and grammar

shy

messy

serious

neat

funny

hardworking lazy

tall thin

shy

heavy

Reading and writing tips help students develop the academic strategies needed to succeed

Is Claire a student?

2.

Is Liz messy?

3.

Are Claire and Liz hardworking?

4.

Are Claire and Liz similar?

Read a personal story. • Make a list to get ideas for writing.

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The career-themed photo story provides students with role models for improving their educational and/or career prospects

Career Connection 1 READ AND LISTEN. Then practice with a partner. TCD1, 32

How’s the new boss?

I mean, how is she as a boss?

She’s tall and pretty.

Well, Laura is hardworking, organized, and friendly, I guess.

A series of highly scaffolded tasks culminates in an academic or practical writing task

short

outgoing

No, she isn’t.

1.

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Writing

Example:

Claire

not thin

5 WRITE. Answer the questions.

Are you hardworking?

Me

Reading passages provide students with community or school-based texts they will encounter in daily life

3 READ. Circle the adjectives.

4 WHAT ABOUT YOU? Answer the questions about you. Write Yes, I am or No, I’m not. 1.

Pre-reading tasks activate prior knowledge and introduce the reading passage

sisters

“What About You?” exercises help students internalize lessons learned for better comprehension

we are.

Reading Tip Look at pictures. They help you understand a reading.

brothers

isn’t.

it

we

you

2 BEFORE YOU READ. Look at the photo. What is the reading about? Check the answer.

grandmothers

she No,

it

Reading

1 THINK ABOUT IT. Are you similar to the people in your family?

he

she

messy?

LESSON 7:

1

2

Sounds like a good boss.

I’m hardworking, organized and friendly, too.

2 WRITE about yourself and your family member. 1.

My name is

2.

I am

3.

My

4.

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5.

I am

.

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(occupation). ’s name is

.

2 WRITE. List adjectives for Isabel and Laura.

(occupation). ,

3 WHAT ABOUT YOU? List adjectives for you. Write a job or an occupation for each adjective.

, and

(adjectives). 6.

He/she is

,

Example:

, and

Adjective

Job or Occupation

organized

office assistant

(adjectives). 7.

We are

(similar/different).

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Name: _________________________

QUIZ

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TEST B

__________________________ Date: Lucy’s friend.  Montreal. Score: __________________________  Michael’s classmate.  Toronto.

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B

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Check ( ) the correct words to complete the conversation. (5 POINTS)

C

A: _________ I help you?

Circle the correct word. (4 POINTS) 1. A: Nice to meet you, Diego. What’s (his / their / your) last name again?

(1)

 May

 Should

B: (Her / My / Its) last name is Garcia. It’s nice to meet you, too.

 Will

2. A: This is my new friend, Elizabeth. Everyone calls (me / them / her) Beth.

B: Yes. _________ like some aspirin, please. (2)

 I’ll

B: Hi, Beth. We’re the Johnsons. (Your / His / Our) first names are George and Julie.

 I’d

 I’m

A: _________ you like the large bottle or the small one? (3)

 Will

 Can

D

Complete the conversations. Use the simple present. (3 POINTS)

 Would

1. A: Where _____________ you work? B: The large one, please. And _________ I have some cough medicine, too? I have a terrible cough. B: I work in a garage. I’m a mechanic. (4)

 would

 could

 will

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A: OK. _________ get some for you right away. (5)

 I’d

D

 I’ll

3. A: Where does she _____________ to school?

 I’ve

B: She goes to the University of Chicago.

Match the answers with the questions. (6 POINTS) Interchange Assessment Material 1 © Cambridge University Press 2013 a. They should try the pizza.

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Grammar Worksheet

A:

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Are your parents from Japan? Samantha family

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Samantha like comedies?

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best

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B: _________, she _________. She can’t stand them.

A: B:

YOUR WEEKEND

HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW?

PAIR WORK Look at the events calendar. Take turns making and responding to invitations.

Read the quiz. Then add two more questions.

Events Calendar

PAIR WORK Ask and answer the questions from part A.

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

National Basketball Association finals LA Lakers vs. NY Knicks Madison Square Garden 8:00 P.M.

Beethoven Classical piano concert Lincoln Center 8:00 P.M.

South Street Crafts Fair Buy great items! 10:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.

Gone with the Wind Classic love story Cinemax 3 9:00 P.M.

Sergio’s Salsa Club This is the place for salsa! 10:00 P.M. – 4:00 A.M.

Museum of Modern Art Matisse and Picasso paintings 10:30 A.M. – 5:30 P.M.

A: Would you like to go to Sergio’s Salsa Club on Saturday?

A: Would you like to see Gone with the Wind on Friday?

B: Yes, I’d love to. What time?

B: I’d like to, but I have to work late.

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Interchange Intro Teacher’s Resource Worksheets © Cambridge University Press 2013

Give each S a handout. Tell Ss that there are 18 verbs (9 pairs of opposites) in the word search. The verbs can go across, down, or diagonally. Point out the verbs accept, forget, and remember as examples. Explain the task. Ss find the verbs and circle them. Then they write the opposites in the box below the word search.

Answers

B: _________, they _________. They like them a lot.

A:

B

Does

B:

B: Yes, he _________.

B:

A

game shows

science fiction, comedies

1. A:

does

Extra Worksheet Notes

Aim: Give Ss a review of verbs with opposite meanings. Preparation: Make one copy of the worksheet for every S. Comment: Use after the Word Power on page 102.

Kinds of TV programs they like

2. A: _________ Howard like comedies?

A: 4. friend

comedies

Howard

A: 3. name

Unit 15

VERB WORD SEARCH

Kinds of movies they like

B: 2. large

5. your

Grammar Worksheet

Complete the conversations with yes, no, do, don’t, does, or doesn’t. Use information from the chart.

Unscramble the questions. Then answer the questions. 1. parents

Unit 4

WHAT DO THEY LIKE?

ABOUT YOU

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divorce ≠ marry find ≠ lose save ≠ spend

Interchange 2 Teacher’s Resource Worksheets © Cambridge University Press 2013

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Adult and Young Adult: Integrated Series Passages Third edition is the perfect follow-up to any four-skills program and is designed to seamlessly follow Interchange Fourth edition or Four Corners

Take English to a whole new level! Passages Third edition Jack C. Richards and Chuck Sandy

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Boost students’ English proficiency through:

FRIENDS AND FAMILY LESSON A

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What kind of person are you?

STARTING POINT

Personality survey A Do you agree with these statements? Complete the survey.

HIGH INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED

Personality Survey

Definitely agree

Somewhat agree

Definitely disagree

1. I’m not afraid of giving speeches in front of the class.

Passages Third edition is a two-level course that helps students take their English to a whole new level.

2. I enjoy going to parties where I don’t know everyone. 3. I avoid expressing my feelings and ideas in public. 4. I insist on making my own decisions. 5. I don’t mind giving up my time to help other people. 6. I never worry about getting places on time. 7. I always feel like going dancing! 8. I can’t stand being in a messy, disorganized room. 9. I prefer telling people how I feel, even if it’s embarrassing.

B Pair work Compare your responses to the survey. Find two ways you and your partner are different.

This fully updated edition of one of the world’s most successful upper-level American English series will open the door for students to communicate with greater fluency and proficiency. • A fresh new design, new images, and new and updated content to reflect contemporary English usage. • More vocabulary support and practice with the new Vocabulary Plus section in the back of the student’s book. • A Video Program and accompanying Video Activity Worksheets reinforce target language through compelling, real-world videos linked to unit topics. • A fully revised Teacher’s Edition, now with Assessment Audio CD/CD-ROM that features both ready-to-print and customizable quizzes and tests • Digital resources support teaching and enhance learning inside and outside of the classroom. cambridge.org/passages

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“I’m not afraid of giving speeches in front of the class. How about you?” “Oh, I’m definitely afraid of doing that!”

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• more sophisticated real-world grammar and vocabulary • more thought- provoking discussions and academic writing activities • more challenging listening and reading comprehension topics

VOCABULARY & SPEAKING

How would you describe yourself? A Which statement from the survey best matches these personality traits? Write the correct number. Then compare answers with a partner.

2 a. friendly and outgoing

d. kind and generous

g. wild and crazy

b. strong and independent

e. honest and sincere

h. calm and cool

c. laid-back and relaxed

f. shy and reserved

i. neat and tidy

B Pair work Choose another partner. Find two traits you have in common. Find one way that you’re different. “So, how would you describe yourself?” “Well, I’d say I’m pretty laid-back and relaxed.” “Me, too. I never worry about getting places on time.” “I don’t either. I like taking it easy and . . .”

Useful expressions Same traits

Different traits

So am I. (I am, too.) I’m the same way. So do I. (I do, too.) Neither do I. (I don’t either.)

I’m not like that. I’d say I’m more . . . Really? I don’t. That’s not true for me.

VOCABULARY PLUS see page 130

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UNIT 1

Friends and family

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Adult and Young Adult: Integrated Series

The “can-do” course American Cultural Settings • Everyday language is presented in typical American contexts and settings.

Four Corners Jack C. Richards and David Bohlke BEGINNING TO HIGH INTERMEDIATE

Four Corners combines effective communicative methodology, a clear design, and a practical “Can-do” approach to give your students the language and confidence they need to use English accurately and fluently. The program was informed by the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) and is carefully structured to develop students’ communicative competence through four connected strands within each unit: • Accuracy: drawn from program vocabulary and grammar activities. • Functional Language: focusing on practical functional speaking tasks. • Skills: using language across the modalities of speaking, listening, reading and writing. • Fluency: each unit provides students with opportunities to practice fluency. • Perfect for summer school! cambridge.org/fourcorners

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Flexible Learning, Proven Results Touchstone Second edition

“Common error” “In conversation” panels provide panels tell students guidance on typical the most frequent words and phrases in problem areas spoken English

Conversation strategies help students develop natural, fluent speech

Inductive learning encourages students to work out how language is formed and used

Michael McCarthy, Jeanne McCarten, and Helen Sandiford BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE 90–120 teaching hours

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Viewpoint Michael McCarthy, Jeanne McCarten, and Helen Sandiford HIGH INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED 90-120 teaching hours

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“Common error” tips help learners use English accurately

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English for Academic Purposes: Integrated Series

Coming July 2017 NEW Prism A five-level paired skills EAP course Kate Adams, Lida Baker, Robyn Brinks Lockwood, Stephanie Dimond-Bayir, Nancy Jordan, Alan Kennedy, Lewis Lansford, Michele Lewis, Richard O’Neill, Sabina Ostrowska,Susan Peterson, Kimberly Russell, Chris Sowton,Carolyn Westbrook, N.M. White and Jessica Williams BEGINNER TO ADVANCED

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Vocabulary and Language-Learning Skills Strategy

Previewing the Topic Look at the descriptions of the photos the photos. Next

Getting Meaning from Context: Definitions and Italics

to each description, write the number matching photo.

You can often find the meanings of words and phrases in the context. The context is the other words in the sentence or paragraph.

Relaxing in a messy room

At home relaxing with friends

• Look for a definition. Definitions give the meanings of words or phrases. A definition can be a short or long phrase. In a reading, a definition often comes in a sentence after the verbs be or mean. • Look for words in italics or in quotes " ". Defined words are sometimes in italics or quotes.

At home studying

In a dorm room studying

Examples

The definition of “an institution of higher education” is a college, university, or professional school. Its campus is its area and buildings. Photo 1

1

Getting Meaning from Context In the reading “The Higher Learning of Community Living” on pages 5 to 7. Find the words for the explanations below. Write the words on the lines. The letters in parentheses ( ) are the letters of the paragraphs.

Photo 3

In small groups, look at the and discuss these questions.

= get through without harm (D)

7. a single 8. a double or triple

2. Imagine the conversation in each picture.

9. housing co-op

What do you think the people are saying or texting to one another?

10. a major

3. How is each situation like your own?

How is it different?

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= a building for residents with the same major, life style, or cultural background (B)

4.

6. higher ed

(Examples: family, friends, college students, roommates/housemates) What are they doing?

= a shared living and learning community on college or university campus = study and learning at a college or university = a private bedroom for one resident = a room with two or three beds = housing with shared work and decision making = a student’s main subject of academic interest Academic Life Around the World

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= features of accommodations for comfort or luxury (A)

3.

5. dorm

1. What is each place? Who are the people?

4

= a building with rooms for residents, usually with common bathroom facilities and recreation areas. (A)

Some words in the same reading are “short forms.” Write the rest of these words for the explanations on the lines.

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English for Academic Purposes: Integrated Series Academic preparation for listening and speaking PA R T

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Presentation

PA R T

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Strategies for Better Listening and Speaking

Freshman Workshop Using Context Clues

Before You Listen 1

If you don’t understand everything that English speakers say, you probably try to guess the meaning. How do you do this?

Prelistening Questions You will hear a college counselor give advice to a

1. What kind of problems do first-year students have in college?

• Listen to clues, or signals, that help you guess. • Words that you already know can be clues to new words. • Grammar, stress, and intonation can also be clues to meaning.

3. Are you an organized or disorganized person? Give examples.

Read the sentence below. Try to guess the meaning of the new word from all the other words you know.

group of freshmen. Before you listen, answer these questions with a partner. 2. Is it easy or difficult for you to manage your time? Why?

Studying biology is a prerequisite to applying for medical school. 2

Previewing Vocabulary You will hear the underlined words in the presentation. Before you listen, write the letter of the correct definition beside each sentence.

Culture Note In American high schools and universities, students are called by the following names:

1st-year student: freshman (plural: freshmen) 2nd-year student: sophomore 3rd-year student: junior

4th-year student: senior

Sentences 1. 2.

3. 4.

5. 6.

7.

If you have many things to do, you need to manage your time carefully. David has a busy schedule. He has two classes in the morning, three classes in the afternoon and works 7 to 10 every night.

Nobody helped me do my homework; I did it on my own. We need to send in our university application before the deadline of December 1st.

Do you have any tips for a birthday present for my sister?

clue

a. control or organize

b. alone, by myself

your courses

e. the time or date when

Using Context Clues

something must be finished

Listen to a conversation between Ming, Peter, and Peter’s new roommate, Kenji.

f. draw a line through

1. The conversation is in five parts. Listen to the beginning of each part. Then listen to the question.

g. a plan of activities and their

times

2. Stop the recording after the question and choose the best answer to each question. 3. In the Clues column, write the words that helped you choose your answer. 4. Start the recording again. Listen to the last part of each conversation to hear the correct answer.

The school counselor gave me good advice on how to choose the best classes. After I buy something, I cross it off my shopping list.

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Kenji

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c. useful, practical advice

d. a person who helps you plan

Ming

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(new word)

You probably understood that you must study biology before you can go to medical school, and so prerequisite means something it is necessary for you to complete before you start something else.

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Academic texts and tasks Reading 3

B Work with your partner. Match the vocabulary terms from Step A with their definitions. Write the vocabulary word on the line. Check your answers in a dictionary if necessary.

EARTHQUAKES

5

10

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fault a large break in the surface of the earth 20

25

a. hard to stop or give up

As 1974 came to an end and the new year began, animals in Haicheng, China, started acting strangely. Snakes normally hibernate underground during the winter, but they suddenly came out of their holes. Dogs began to bark and run around wildly, and horses became so upset that some ran away. Why were the animals acting like this? Many people think that the animals sensed what was coming: On February 4, 1975, the earth began to shake and buildings collapsed as a very large earthquake struck the city of Haicheng.

b. office that sells subway or metro cards or tokens c. informed about d. likely to be affected by e. sadly f. moving with no clear direction or purpose g. not wanting to do anything; inactive h. aware

What causes earthquakes? When the tectonic plates that make up Earth’s crust move past each other, they often bump or rub against each other. The earth, or ground, above the plates moves as well. This movement is called an earthquake. Sometimes the plates get stuck. The pressure increases as the two plates try to move past each other but cannot. They finally move with a sudden and powerful jerk. This can also cause an earthquake. During a small earthquake, the ground simply shakes a little, and people may not even notice. However, a strong movement can cause the ground to shake and roll violently. It can make buildings and bridges fall. It can also cause the ground to split open and form a large fault, or crack.

2 Organizing your notes as a map

N L

A Look at the following map. It is a map for all of Part 1 of the lecture. Notice that you already know some of the missing information because you listened to excerpts from Part 1 in the note-taking task on page 120. Copy your answers from that task onto the appropriate lines in this map.

Dedra Smith: Dangers of the Mass Media Pt 1: Issues of violence, , and 15 yrs ago, m. media =

Where do earthquakes happen? Earthquakes can happen anywhere, but certain places have more earthquakes. These places sit on tectonic plates that move frequently. One example is the area around the Pacific Plate, which includes China, the Philippines, Japan, and the western coasts of Canada, the United States, and South America. Earthquakes are common in those places. The deadliest earthquake in modern times happened in 1976 in Tangshan, China. It lasted less than two minutes, but more than 250,000 people died, and more than 90 percent of the buildings collapsed. Earthquake scientists study places such as Tangshan because of the many faults in these areas and the activity of the tectonic plates.

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1 violence • TV (avg time TV on each day • Kids:

)

Advances Dangers

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• Subway booth:

San Andreas fault in California

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Grammar

3 Present Perfect vs. Simple Past GRAMMAR AND BEYOND

Grammar Presentation

The present perfect can refer to events that began in the past, continue until now, and may continue in the future. The simple past expresses completed events. J o h n D. B u n t i n g Luciana Diniz with Randi Reppen

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a. Use the present perfect to refer to events or repeated actions that continue into the present moment.

Gandhi has inspired people all over the world. (Gandhi inspired people for many years, and his ideas still inspire people now.)

Use the simple past to refer to completed actions.

Gandhi promoted nonviolence against British rule. (Gandhi did this while he was alive.)

b. Use the present perfect to refer to an action completed at an unspecified time in the past that has an effect in the present.

The Gates Foundation has supported health care in poor countries. (Poor countries are benefiting from this care now.)

Use the simple past to refer to a completed action in the past that doesn’t have an effect in the present.

Bill Gates founded the Microsoft Corporation in 1975. (This is a fact about Bill Gates’s past.)

Data from the Real World In informal speaking, people sometimes use the We haven’t finished yet. simple past with already and yet instead of the We didn’t finish yet. (informal speaking) present perfect. In academic writing, always use the present perfect with already and yet. already yet

The foundation has already given millions of dollars to charities this year.

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Grammar From instruction to application Future Time Clauses, Future Perfect, and Future Perfect Progressive

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U N I T

Future Time Clauses, Future Perfect, and Future Perfect Progressive

Bo Right. I’m sure that when I

(5)

some good ideas. I’ll take notes while I Erin While you

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(study) Dan’s page, I’ll get (look) at it.

(6)

(analyze) Dan’s page, I’ll think about how

(7)

we can use blogs for marketing as well. Bo Great idea. While you

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(think) about blogs, I’ll get

(8)

some information on the impact e-mail can have. Erin Good plan! Let's get moving!

A What personal information do you have online? Read the web article about cloud computing. What are the pros and cons?

Exercise 2.3  Time Clauses with When Look at Jared's meeting agenda. Then complete the sentences about what is going to happen. Pay close attention to the sequence of events. Use will or the future progressive of the verbs in parentheses. Sometimes there is more than one correct answer.

Smart Businesses Have Their Heads in the Cloud

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Agenda 8:00–8:20 8:15 8:20–10:00 10:00–10:20 10:00 10:20

More and more people are accessing their personal electronic data from their phones and other devices using cloud computing. Cloud computing is the term for computer work on the Internet. Instead of storing fi les on your own computer or mobile device, you pay a cloud services provider1 to keep everything on a computer in another location.

10:20–11:30

In addition to storing information, cloud computing sometimes offers software and management tools that can help companies cut costs. According to a recent survey on cloud computing, by 2020, many companies will have eliminated2 their technology departments and saved large sums of money because they will have been using the cloud. In addition, when these businesses move their work to the cloud, they will not need to spend money on software updates because the cloud will provide access to the most current technology.

11:30

1. I

Introduce new employees Sara arrives; introduce Sara Brainstorm for new budget Take break Photocopy worksheets Return from break; hand out worksheets; put everyone into small groups Small-group discussions; walk around and take notes Vice president arrives; reassemble group

will be introducing (introduce) the new employees when Sara arrives. (introduce) her.

2. When Sara arrives, I 3. I

(photocopy) the worksheets when the group takes a break.

4. I

(hand out) the worksheets when the group returns from the break. (put) them into

5. When people return from the break, I small groups.

(walk) around and

6. When people work in small groups, I

1 provider: a business that provides access to a service, such as the Internet or the cloud | 2eliminate: remove or take away

(take) notes. (finish)

7. When the vice president arrives, the groups their discussions.

(reassemble) the group when the vice president arrives.

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Grammar Application

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Once students have studied the unit’s grammar, they apply their knowledge in a variety of activities

Future Time Clauses, Future Perfect, and Future Perfect Progressive

5 Grammar for Writing

4 Avoid Common Mistakes

Using Future Perfect and Future Perfect Progressive to Write About  Completed and Ongoing Events in the Future

1. Use future forms in the main clause and present forms for the time clause. We will buy it after we will get back from our trip.

Writers use a combination of future forms to describe something that will happen in the future. They use the future perfect for events that will be completed in the future. They use the future perfect progressive for ongoing events in the future. Read these examples:

2.  Remember to use the future perfect when describing a future event that occurs  before another future event. will have They left by the time we get there, so we won’t see them. have moved By that time, you will move.

You’ll have become an expert in cloud computing by the time you get your degree. Once I get my degree, I will have been in the program for three years. I’ll have been studying for a year before I really understand cloud computing. By next May, he will have been working in cloud computing for eight years.

3.  Make sure you do not confuse the future perfect progressive with other forms. living In June, we will have been lived in Texas for 2 years.

Writers also often use the words before, by, by the time, and once to indicate the time of an event. By can be followed only by a time or noun phrase, such as by 1981 or by the end of the year. Before can be followed by a time or noun phrase or by a clause such as before he arrives. By the time and once can be followed only by a clause.

4. Remember to use will when forming the future perfect. will By this time next year, she have gotten a better job.

Editing Task

Pre-writing Task

Find and correct seven more mistakes in the paragraph about the future of health care. have changed Experts say that by 2020, the health-care industry will change in many ways because

1 Read the paragraph about getting an IT certificate. Who do you think is the writer of this paragraph? Where would you find a paragraph similar to this one?

of technology and the Internet. I plan on working in this industry, so it is fascinating

Getting an IT Certificate

for me to know that by the time I graduate, the job market has changed dramatically.

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Westport City College (WCC) has become a well-respected institution in the

One change that interests me is in the doctor-patient relationship. By that time,

Westport community over the past several decades. By the end of this spring, WCC will

technology will empower patients because they will have been used the Internet to gather

have been educating students for 50 years. Once summer break begins, we will have served

information and discuss information with others. Also, health-care companies will have

over 1 million Westport residents. WCC has always offered programs in leading fields

been used cloud computing for a few years, so a patient’s medical files will always be

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of industry, and we are constantly updating our programs to teach the most up-to-date

available to both the patient and the doctor. This means that, for example, when a patient

information. Right now, we have exciting news for students with an interest in computers.

will arrive for his appointment, he will not have to fill out forms, and the doctor have

By next fall, WCC will have been offering a certificate program in Information Technology

already seen the patient’s information. By the time a patient decides on a treatment, the

for over 30 years, but we are planning many important changes to the program for

doctor and patient will have been discussed many options. The whole health-care system

September. For example, we will offer a specialized certificate in cloud computing next

will have improved, so more people will live in a state of health.

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fall. Two new professors will be joining our team of excellent instructors to help make this happen. Professor Gordon Jones will be teaching several basic courses, including Cloud Computing 101. By the time he joins us, Professor Jones will have been working in cloud computing for 10 years. Professor Margaret Chan will have trained employees to use

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Grammar 3b

Adverbs of Frequency

Form Penguins never fly. Penguins usually eat fish. Penguins often swim.

1. Always, usually, often, sometimes, rarely, and never are adverbs of frequency. We often use them with simple present verbs. They come between the subject and the verb.

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Subject

Adverb of Frequency

Simple Present

I

always

do

my homework.

You

usually

get up

early.

Grammar Form and Function

Tony

often

listens

to the radio.

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She

sometimes

drinks

tea. to the theater.

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We

rarely

go

Penguins

never

fly.

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Grammar Presentation U N I T

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A

Used to (do) Study this example situation: A few years ago

David quit jogging two years ago. He doesn’t jog anymore. But he used to jog. He used to jog three miles a day. He used to jog = he jogged regularly in the past, but he doesn’t jog now. he doesn’t jog now

he used to jog past

2 years ago

now

these days

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B

Something used to happen = it happened regularly in the past but no longer happens: ■ I used to play tennis a lot, but I don’t play very often now. ■ David used to spend a lot of money on clothes. These days he can’t afford it. ■ “Do you go to the movies much?” “Not anymore, but I used to.” (= I used to go) We also use used to . . . for something that was true but is not true anymore: ■ This building is now a furniture store. It used to be a movie theater. ■ I used to think Mark was unfriendly, but now I realize he’s a very nice person. ■ I’ve started drinking coffee recently. I never used to like it before. ■ Nicole used to have very long hair when she was a child.

C

“I used to do something” is past. There is no present form. You cannot say “I use to do.” To talk about the present, use the simple present (I do). Compare: Past Present

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17.1 Complete the sentences with use(d) to + an appropriate verb.

David quit jogging two years ago. He used to jog three miles a day. Liz a motorcycle, but last year she sold it and bought a car. We moved to Spain a few years ago. We in Paris. 34 I seldom eat ice cream now, but I it when I was a child. Tracy my best friend, but we aren’t friends anymore. It only takes me about 40 minutes to get to work now that the new highway is open.p032-041.indd It 34 more than an hour. 7. There a hotel near the airport, but it closed a long time ago. 8. When you lived in New York, to the theater very often?

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

there used to be there is

The normal question form is did (you) use to . . . ?: ■ Did you use to eat a lot of candy when you were a child?

Compare I used to do and I was doing: ■ I used to watch TV a lot when I was little. (= I watched TV regularly in the past, but I no longer do this) ■ I was watching TV when Mike called. (= I was in the middle of watching a program)

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Do not confuse I used to do and I am used to doing (see Unit 59). The structures and meanings are different: ■ I used to live alone. (= I lived alone in the past, but I no longer live alone.) ■ I am used to living alone. (= I live alone, and I don’t find it strange or difficult because I’ve been living alone for some time.) Past Continuous (I was doing) Unit 6

Would (= used to) Unit 34C

Be / get used to (doing) something Unit 59

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17.2 Matt changed his lifestyle. He stopped doing some things and started doing other things:

He stopped

studying hard going to bed early running three miles every morning

He started

sleeping late going out every night spending a lot of money

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Write sentences about Matt with used to and didn’t use to.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

He used to study hard. He didn’t use to sleep late.

17.3 Compare what Karen said five years ago and what she says today:

Five years ago

Today I’m a hotel desk clerk.

I travel a lot.

I play the piano.

I’ve got lots of friends.

I never read newspapers.

I’m very lazy. I don’t like cheese.

I don’t drink tea.

I go to a lot of parties.

I’ve got a dog.

I eat lots of cheese now. I work very hard these days. I don’t see many people these days. I work in a bookstore now. Tea’s great! I like it now.

My dog died two years ago. I read a newspaper every day now. I haven’t been to a party for ages. I haven’t played the piano for years. I don’t take many trips these days.

Now write sentences about how Karen has changed. Use used to / didn’t use to / never used to in the first part of your sentence.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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we used to live we live

The negative form is didn’t use to . . . : ■ I didn’t use to like him.

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he used to play he plays

We used to live in a small town, but now we live in Chicago. There used to be four movie theaters in town. Now there is only one.

She used to travel a lot She She She She She She She She She

, , , , , , , , , ,

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she doesn’t take many trips these days.

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Finding the Meanings of Words Writers sometimes use words that a reader may not know. To help readers understand a difficult word, writers may explain what the word means by giving its definition. Writers often use clues to do this. These clues can be other words, phrases, or punctuation. They can signal, or show you, that a definition is coming next. Good readers pay attention to these clues. This helps them find the meanings of words.

Examples & Explanations Computers can scan, or take pictures of, travelers’ faces.

Sometimes writers give the definition of a difficult word immediately after the word. They may use the word or to signal, or show you, that a definition is coming next.

Governments want to be able to use their countries’ natural resources, that is, the natural materials in the water, on land, and underground.

Writers may use phrases, such as that is or in other words, to explain the meaning of a word or a phrase.

National borders – the places where one country ends and another country begins – can be physical or political.

Writers may also use punctuation around definitions. They may use parentheses, dashes, and commas. Here the writer uses dashes (–).

scan = take pictures of

natural resources = materials in the water, on land, and underground

national borders = the places where one country ends and another begins

Computer chips are an important development in technology. These very small electronic parts can store large amounts of information.

Sometimes writers don’t give a signal. They just give a definition in a sentence Beyond that follows. computer chips = very small electronic parts Critical that can store large amounts of information

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the Reading

Thinking

In Reading 3, the writer says that in the future, there will be powerful technology at borders, borders will become easier to cross, and one day, borders may even disappear. 2 ● UNIT 1

A Work with a partner and decide if there is enough

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EVALUATING INFORMATION

Critical thinkers ask themselves if there is enough information to support the points a writer makes in a text.

1 Does the writer explain what type of powerful technology there might be at the borders in the future? What type do you imagine there will be? 2 Does the writer explain why it will become easier to cross borders in the future? Do you think it will become easier to cross borders in the future or more difficult? 3 Does the writer explain why borders might disappear in the future? Do you think there will be a time in the future when borders disappear?

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B Work with another pair of students. Compare your answers and the reasons you gave for your answers.

Research Find out about border control in your country or a country that you know well. Find answers to the following questions. ●

Who needs a visa to visit this country?

Do citizens of the country need a visa to visit other countries?

What sort of technology is used at the borders of the country?

Writing

After thinking critically about the academic content, students develop their reading speed and chart their progress as they learn to read more quickly and fluently

Write a short summary of your research. Describe border control in the country you researched.

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Reading The perfect transition to academic courses READING

Students apply the skills not only in separate exercises but during the reading tasks, teaching them exactly when and how to use each skill

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Walls as Borders 1

2

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Today, most national borders are lines on a map. Two countries agree on the line between them. However, in the past, some countries had walls or fences on their borders. Walls had several purposes. They helped prevent invasions, that is, the arrival of enemies. Walls were also a good way to make money. There were often only a few entrances in a wall. People had to pay taxes when they went through these entrances. In more recent times, walls also have had other purposes. These days, some walls prevent people from leaving their country. Other walls stop people from entering a country. These peo‑ ple are often looking for jobs and are hoping for a better life on the other side of the wall. Two of the most famous walls in history are the Great Wall of China and Hadrian’s Wall. The Great Wall of China is 5,500 miles (8,850 kilometers) long and more than 29.5 feet (9 meters) wide in some places. The Chinese built it to stop invaders from entering China. Along the top of the wall, there were thousands of guards. These guards were men who could see anyone who came near the wall. In England, the Romans built Hadrian’s Wall in the second cen‑ tury CE. Like the Great Wall of China, its major purpose was also to stop invaders. However, that was not its only purpose. The other reason was money: People had to pay a tax to the Romans when they came through Hadrian’s Wall. The most famous wall in recent history was the Berlin Wall. After World War II, East and West Germany became separate, that is, they became two different countries. The Soviet Union controlled East Germany and the eastern part of Berlin. At first, people could still travel between East and West Berlin. However, the Soviet Union wanted to stop this, so in 1961, it built the Berlin Wall. The purpose of this wall was not to stop invaders or get money from taxes. It was

WHILE YOU READ

1

Look in the next sentence for a definition of recent. Highlight it.

WHILE YOU READ

2

Look in the next sentence to help you guess the meaning of guards. What do guards do? a) Keep people safe b) Build walls

MAKING CONNECTIONS The Great Wall of China stopped invaders from entering China.

PRONOUN CONNECTORS

Writers use pronouns to connect words and ideas within and across sentences. Pronouns make the writing shorter and less repetitive. However, pronouns give the reader extra work to do because the reader has to find the words and ideas that the pronouns refer to. Some common pronouns are he

she

it

they

this

that

these

those

When you see a pronoun, ask yourself: What does this pronoun refer to? In the following example, the pronoun is in bold, and the noun it refers to is underlined. The arrow shows the connection. Government officials work at the border. They check all passports. READING 2 ● 13

In the next example, the pronoun is in bold, and the idea it refers to is underlined. The arrow shows that the pronoun refers to the whole idea in the first sentence. There was a long line of trucks and cars at the border crossing. This delayed the tour bus for 3 hours.

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Students also study the connectors used in academic texts, helping them learn how to navigate dense college textbooks

2 Everyone is required to show some kind of identification. The guard at the entrance will ask for it. 3 All the documents are electronic. They are stored on one computer. 4 There were three attempts to guess the password. They all failed. 5 Each person’s iris is unique. That is the reason irises are good forms of identification. 6 There were separate lines for visitors and citizens. This made it faster for citizens to come back into the country. MAKING CONNECTIONS ● 31

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Writing

Writing skills: instruction and practice Writing Skills Interactive If your students are learning how to write, they need writing skills. Writing Skills Interactive offers instruction and practice across a range of discrete skills. Every exercise is automatically graded, helping students improve independently and giving instructors time to focus on other aspects of writing. Writing Skills • Students need a large number of skills to be successful writers, and Writing Skills Interactive provides both instruction and practice. After watching a short animated presentation, students complete automatically graded exercises on skills ranging from avoiding repetition to paragraph unity and from concluding sentences to subject-verb agreement.

Writing Skills Instruction: After setting the stage with a reading, animated presentations teach students how and when to use a range of key writing skills

Features • Flexible content makes Writing Skills Interactive the perfect addition to any course. • Animated presentations for each skill provide instruction to students outside of class. • Extensive practice activities help students master the skills. • Online forums allow instructors to set open-ended writing tasks. • Intuitive gradebook shows all student scores as well as time on task. writingskillsinteractive.cambridge.org Writing Skills Practice: Students then apply the skills through extensive, automatically graded exercises

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With the right tools, every student can be a great writer. Help your students become great writers with Final Draft. This research-based series will fully prepare your students for the rigor of university courses. Skills for Avoiding Plagiarism • Only Final Draft teaches plagiarism avoidance at every level and in every unit. This allows more time for teachers to spend focusing on student’s writing rather than plagiarism offenses. Students Learn Most Useful Language • Research from the Cambridge English Corpus ensures that students learn the most accurate, relevant grammar, vocabulary collocations and phrases. Students also learn to avoid common grammatical mistakes. In every unit of every level, students learn to avoid plagiarism. They are taught how to acknowledge others’ work and ideas and appropriately incorporate them into their writing.

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Writing Intensive academic writing skills practice

Every unit features a model showing students how the rhetorical mode they are studying is applied in a real-world setting, helping them recognize that academic writing is all around them

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The second model in every unit shows a typical assignment from a college writing course. Students analyze this in detail, preparing for their own writing.

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Writing Informed by the Cambridge English Corpus

Students learn corpus-informed academic vocabulary and collocations, preparing them for writing assignments

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Writing

Students are better writers when they master writing skills

Learning to write is a complex process, and Skills for Effective Writing helps to simplify it. This innovative series teaches a wide variety of discrete writing skills and offers extensive practice in each one. Discrete Writing Skills • Writers need to master a large number of skills, from topic sentences to coherence and from recognizing fact vs. opinion to paraphrasing. This series targets a wide range of skills that help make students better writers. Better Student Writing • When students master the skills, they turn in cleaner work to instructors. This frees teachers to focus their feedback on larger issues, like developing ideas and mastering rhetorical modes.

5 Looking AheAd At technoLogy

Concluding Sentences

BEGINNING TO ADVANCED

Skills for Effective Writing Student’s Book Answer Key

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Several new and exciting products are expected to come onto the market in the next ten years. One manufacturer is creating voice-controlled TVs. Another is researching chips that could be implanted in the brain to allow you to “think” directions to a computer. One product that is close to becoming real is a system that automatically controls the lights, heat, and other things in the home. It’s a very exciting time for technology and for the people who use it.

Most paragraphs end with a concluding sentence. It is usually the last sentence of the paragraph. You can write a concluding sentence in several ways. You can 1 restate the main idea from the topic sentence using different words. 2 offer a suggestion about the topic. 3 make a prediction about the topic. It is important to remember that a good concluding sentence does not introduce a new idea.

Example skills from Levels 1-4 Concluding sentences Punctuation Avoiding run-on sentences Avoiding comma splices Subject-verb agreement Paragraph coherence Parallel structure Paragraph unity Introductory paragraphs Paraphrasing Avoiding repetition Summarizing

Which of these products do you think will be available in the next ten years?

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ConneCting to the theme

Any of these products could be widely available.

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Look at this topic sentence for a paragraph about 3D TVs and three different possible concluding sentences for the same paragraph.

3D TV is a relatively new technology that is becoming more popular. 1To

conclude, the popularity of 3D TV is increasing. these reasons, you may wish to wait to buy a 3D TV. conclusion, most people will probably have 3D TVs in the future.

2For 3In

The first concluding sentence restates the main idea that 3D TV is relatively new and that it is becoming more popular. The second concluding sentence offers readers a suggestion – that they wait to buy a 3D TV. The third concluding sentence makes a prediction – that in the future, most people will own 3D TVs.

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Help students master the process of academic writing Getting Started

Writers at Work

Each chapter begins with students understanding the writing assignment and brainstorming ideas

I GettinG Started

From Sentence to Paragraph: Laurie Blass, Deborah Gordon

A Useful vocabulary Follow these steps to study words and phrases to use when you write about yourself. 1 Work with a partner. Talk about the words in the Vocabulary Pool. Together, check (3) the words you both know, and highlight the ones you don’t know.

The Paragraph: Jill Singleton

Vocabulary Pool Countries Useful Verbs

The Short Composition: Ann O. Strauch

Brazil Canada China Japan Mexico Saudi Arabia Turkey the United States

The Essay: Dorothy E. Zemach, Lynn Stafford-Yilmaz BEGINNING TO HIGH INTERMEDIATE

go to like live love play speak study work

Useful nouns

Useful adjectives

Useful Phrases

city country food name nickname school student teacher

favorite married single

My name is . . . I’m from . . . I’m interested in . . . years old. I’m My favorite is . . . I’m good at . . .

Professors in North American colleges and universities expect their students to turn in multiple drafts of their writing. This process approach needs to be taught, and this is where Writers at Work excels. Most series only teach a small amount of surfacelevel editing. Writers at Work helps students learn how to find issues in the content as well as the form of their writing. This special emphasis on fully developed revision results in better writing and a greater student appreciation of the value of the process.

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Revising means improving the content and organization of your draft. When you revise, you can add material, delete material, or move material from one place in the composition to another.

Writers at Work: From Sentence to Paragraph

Use the following editing marks when you revise. • Carets ( ) to show where to insert material ^ • Lines to cross out material • Circles and arrows to show where you’re moving material this semester Victor Carrasco is in my ESL writing class. His major is electronics, and when I asked ^

him why, he responded that he’s always enjoyed learning about how things work. When he

Revising Your Writing

• Writers at Work believes that students at all levels can understand and apply the full writing process. Beginning with sentences, students learn to revise and edit their writing and internalize this approach for later college courses.

was a child, he would take apart radios and clocks just to see how they worked. He added with a smile, though, that his mother did not like his hobby. He is from Veracruz, Mexico,

The largest portion of the chapter is on revision and editing. Students first focus on content, as they add to, cut from, and rearrange their writing

and he has been here for two years. Veracruz is a large city on the east coast of Mexico.

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When writing a composition, one common mistake is not developing or explaining the ideas in the body with enough specific, supporting details. Read the two versions of the paragraph that follow. They are from a student composition. Which one has better specific, supporting details? Be prepared to explain your choice.

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Version 1 Tomoe has a boyfriend from another culture who speaks two languages. He is in the military. He’s fairly young. I could tell that she loves him very much because when she talked about him, she seemed very happy. She misses him a lot when he’s away. After she told me about him, she asked me about my boyfriend. When I told her about him, she showed interest in hearing about him. We both have special feelings for our boyfriends.

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Students continue by editing their work for a variety of features, including grammar and specific aspects of academic writing

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III REVISING YOUR WRITING

The Process Approach at All Levels

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2 Change partners. Look at your new partner’s highlighted words. Explain them to your partner if you can. 3 Walk around the room. Talk to other students. Learn the name of each person that you talk to and which country they come from. Learn one special thing about each person, too. You can ask these questions: • What’s your name? • Where are you from? • What’s your favorite sport / food / type of music . . . ?

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Writing

Guidelines

New Directions

The International Story

A Cross-Cultural Reading and Writing Text Third edition

Reading, Writing, and Critical Thinking Second edition

An Anthology with Guidelines for Reading and Writing About Fiction

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Guidelines teaches the most common and important types of writing: Writing from experience, relating reading to experience, responding to argumentative essays, responding to fiction and writing from field research.

Extensive Reading, Intensive Writing: An Authentic College Experience

The International Story features a generous selection of thought-provoking classic and contemporary short stories from many different countries. Unique to this text is the integration of literary works with detailed guidelines for reading and writing and for crafting an interpretive essay.

How to Read Long Texts Critically • Each chapter offers four or five longer readings, which students take notes on and analyze. This practice trains them for the realities of academic courses and prepares them to write. Extensive Instruction and Practice

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Analysis of Academic Writing

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Pronunciation “Students who learn to recognize important signals of the natural rhythms and melodies of English often report improved understanding of speech on TV, in movies, and in face-toface conversations.” Judy Gilbert

The world’s favorite pronunciation series Clear Speech Judy B. Gilbert Clear Speech sets the standard of pronunciation instruction. Regardless of their language background, all students benefit from a focus on comprehensibility and contextualized practice – a methodology that author Judy Gilbert has been refining for years.

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Sentence Focus: Emphasizing Content Words

Contrast 1 Compare the two pictures below. In the picture on the left, the butterfly is hard to see because it is the same color as the things around it. The butterfly on the right is lighter than everything else around it. This contrast between light and dark makes the butterfly easier to notice.

The Most Important Areas of Pronunciation • Not all aspects of pronunciation contribute equally to comprehensibility. Clear Speech focuses students’ attention on the importance of intonation, rhythm, and stress to being understood by native speakers.

2 This is the same kind of contrast English speakers use to stress a syllable and its peak vowel in important words. This contrast helps emphasize important words so that they are easy for a listener to notice. Listen. One word in the sentence below is emphasized and the other words are de-emphasized. This is contrast.

“easy”?

Hundreds of Clear, Effective Exercises • Just like any language skill, pronunciation takes practice. Clear Speech uses exercises developed by Judy Gilbert and tested in classrooms all over the world. The result is that students improve their pronunciation faster and better With the Pronunciation: Clear Speech Appthan they thought for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch available possible.

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Listening and Speaking

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The course provides up to 100 hours of online study divided between Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening (25 hours each) for the Academic module. They can be used flexibly as part of one of the following blended learning combinations: • 50%–60% Online and 40%–50% Class-based

See also

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INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED

• Download the accompanying app for easy access to all the course audio and video material.

• Objective IELTS Page 64

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Student’s Book with answers with DVD-ROM

• Student’s Book with Testbank offers four online practice tests for IELTS.

• Complete IELTS Page 65

• 60%–75% Online and 25%–40% Class-based This Blended Learning Course is also available as: Self-study 100% Online IELTS Academic course Self-study 100% Online IELTS General Training course

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Get your mind set for IELTS NEW Mindset for IELTS Greg Archer, Joanna Kosta, Lucy Passmore, Jishan Uddin, Susan Hutchison, Claire Wijayatilake, Peter Crossthwaite, Natasha De Souza, Marc Loewenthal INTERMEDIATE TO HIGH INTERMEDIATE

Step inside a space that lives and breathes IELTS. Cambridge University Press in collaboration with Cambridge English Language Assessment, the organisation that produces the IELTS test, brings you a course that gets you into the MINDSET of the exam. Designed to help students achieve exam excellence, Mindset takes you on a journey that can be tailored to your individual requirements. • Choose a pathway to suit your students’ precise needs. • Topic-based units deal with all four skills in turn so it’s easy to find what you want.

Mindset for IELTS Student’s Book 2

• Optional University Skills online module gives students the confidence they need to start a university course.

See also • IELTS Practice Tests page 68

• Each unit provides extra online practice in Speaking, Writing, Reading, Listening and Grammar and Vocabulary to work on weaker areas. cambridge.org/mindset

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IELTS Life Skills Official Cambridge Test Practice

Official IELTS Practice Materials

Cambridge IELTS Practice Tests

INTERMEDIATE TO PROFICIENCY

BEGINNER TO PROFICIENCY

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Contains complete samples of the Reading, Listening, Writing and Speaking tests, together with sample answers for candidates to test themselves. It is suitable for students preparing for Academic or General Training modules.

Official range of authentic practice tests for IELTS.

IELTS Life Skills is an exam for people who need to prove their English speaking and listening skills at CEFR levels A1 or B1 for UK visa requirements. The test is available at two levels: IELTS Life Skills - A1 Speaking and Listening and IELTS Life Skills - B1 Speaking and Listening. • Each Student’s Book includes four practice tests for the exam at the chosen level with full answer key. • Contains an introduction to the exam with information about what to expect and guidelines for teachers on how to assess students. • Includes model Speaking answers, practice exercises and exam tips. A1 Student’s Book with answers with Downloadable Audio Audio CD B1 Student’s Book with answers with Downloadable Audio Audio CD

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Vol 1 Paperback with CD-ROM Vol 2 Paperback with DVD-ROM

$15.60 $15.60

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IELTS Trainer Six practice tests Louise Hashemi and Barbara Thomas HIGH INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED

The Trainer books contain six full practice tests, expert guidance, and exam tips. The first two tests are fully guided, with step-by-step advice on tackling each paper. Answer keys provide clear explanations, including model answers for the Writing papers. Practice Tests with answers and Audio CDs (3) Practice Tests without answers Audio CDs (3)

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NEW Authentic practice tests are now available for purchase as computer-based tests as well as practice test books. cambridge.org/exams

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Exams

Common Mistakes… and how to avoid them NEW Common Mistakes with Testbank Maximise your chances of exam success. ‘With Testbank’ editions include access to four authentic online practice tests. Common Mistakes at First Certificate...and how to avoid them Susanne Tayfoor UPPER INTERMEDIATE Paperback Paperback with Testbank Common Mistakes at CAE... and how to avoid them Debra Powell ADVANCED Paperback Paperback with Testbank Common Mistakes at IELTS... and how to avoid them Pauline Cullen and Julie Moore INTERMEDIATE / BAND 5.0–6.0 ADVANCED / BAND 6.0–7.0 Intermediate Paperback Paperback with Testbank Academic Paperback with Testbank General Training Advanced Paperback Paperback with Testbank Academic Paperback with Testbank General Training

Cambridge Grammar and Vocabulary Grammar and Vocabulary for Advanced Martin Hewings and Simon Haines ADVANCED

Book with answers with Audio

$38.20

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Cambridge Grammar for IELTS Diana Hopkins and Pauline Cullen $8.20 978-0-521-52062-1 $40.00 978-1-316-63012-9

Top Tips for IELTS Academic and General Training Cambridge ESOL (in collaboration with the British Council) INTERMEDIATE TO PROFICIENCY

Academic Paperback with CD-ROM General Training Paperback with CD-ROM

$15.20

978-1-906-43872-2

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Student’s Book with answers and Audio CD Student’s Book without answers $8.20 978-0-521-60377-5 $40.00 978-1-316-62932-1

Top Tips

$31.40

978-0-521-60462-8

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Cambridge Vocabulary for IELTS Pauline Cullen UPPER INTERMEDIATE

Book with answers and Audio CD Book without answers

$28.20 $24.80

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Business English

Cambridge Business Skills Business Advantage

www.cambridge.org/elt/business

Michael Handford, Martin Lisboa, Almut Koester and Angela Pitt

Writing for Impact

International Negotiations

INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED

Tim Banks

Mark Powell

A flexible, modular course with up to 100 teaching hours of material

HIGH INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED

INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED

15-20 hour short course

15-20 hour short course

Writing for Impact covers all aspects of writing, from writing emails and letters to report-writing. The course also focuses on communication skills and provides a progressive syllabus on the process of writing. The Audio CD provides input from real business people, meetings and phone conversations.

English is the language used in international business and no skill is more central to professional life than negotiation. International Negotiations gives learners the essential skills, language and techniques they will need to ensure their negotiations are successful.

Reflecting the diverse reality of today’s business, Business Advantage brings the outside world into the classroom and presents learners with insights into organizations from all over the globe, from a multitude of different industry sectors, and of all sizes. • The course is based on a unique syllabus that combines current business theory, business in practice and business skills – all presented using authentic, expert input. • Business Advantage is the first business course to benefit from a spoken business English corpus, guaranteeing relevant, up-to-date language. • “Business Writing” sections help learners write effective business communications. • The website contains lots of additional online activities, giving teachers the opportunity to supplement the coursebook material. • Presentation Plus – provides the complete Student’s Book content with built-in annotation tools and embedded audio in an easy-to-operate format for interactive whiteboards or computers and projectors. • ebook versions make it easy to study on the go, with all the content from the Student’s Books available digitally, plus integrated audio and video. cambridge.org/businessadvantage

Student’s Book with Audio CD

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$21.80

978-0-521-14992-1

Communicating Across Cultures

Mark Powell

Bob Dignen

INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED

INTERMEDIATE TO HIGH INTERMEDIATE

15-20 hour short course

20-30 hour short course

HRH The Duke of Edinburgh ESU English Language Book Award: Highly Commended

Packed with tips and advice from some of the world’s leading business and communication experts, Dynamic Presentations systematically develops the key language and presentation techniques learners need to give an effective, professional and memorable performance. The Dynamic Presentations DVD includes expert advice from the author and examples from business presentations to illustrate best practice. It can be used alongside the Student’s Book or on its own as an independent resource. The DVD is supported by free online photocopiable worksheets.

Intermediate 978-0-521-13220-6 978-1-107-69264-0 978-1-107-63770-2 978-0-521-13221-3 978-1-107-60779-8

Student’s Book with Audio CDs (2)

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Dynamic Presentations

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$24.40

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Working across different cultures and continents is an increasingly valuable skill for today’s business people. Drawing on inspirational advice from leading figures in the world of cross-cultural communication, Communicating Across Cultures covers all types of written and spoken communications and prepares learners to work effectively with colleagues and business partners the world over. An additional DVD contains six dramatized sequences which can be used as stand-alone or to supplement the course. The episodes include topics such as first meetings, working in an international team, giving feedback, and managing conflict. The DVD is supported by free online photocopiable worksheets. Student’s Book with Audio CD DVD

$21.80 $21.80

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Business English

Business Start-up

Business Vocabulary in Use

Infotech

Mark Ibbotson and Bryan Stephens

Second edition

Fourth edition

Bill Mascull

Santiago Remacha Esteras

55 teaching hours

BEGINNING TO ADVANCED

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Designed for complete beginners, this course teaches English as it’s really spoken, using natural language, realistic contexts and a regular focus on pronunciation.

Business Vocabulary in Use is a must for any teacher or learner of business English. Ideal for self-study, class use and one-to-one lessons, each unit gives clear explanations of new language plus exercises to practise using the language. The CD-ROMs contain a wealth of interactive practice exercises and games, tests for each unit of the book and much more.

Up to 60 teaching hours

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By the end of the course, students will be ready to begin preparation for the BEC Preliminary examination (early B1 level). Level 1 Student’s Book Workbook with CD-ROM/Audio CD Teacher’s Book Audio CDs (2)

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Bringing you right up to date with the language you need for business today, the second editions reflect recent developments in technology, global relations and financial practice.

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English for Business Studies A course for Business Studies and Economics students Third edition

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60–90 teaching hours

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Second Edition Simon Sweeney

HIGH INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED

Student’s Book Teacher’s Book Audio CDs (2)

cambridge.org/infotech

Communicating in Business $35.60 $31.80

Ian MacKenzie

Reflecting recent changes in the world’s business and economic environment, the course features new subjects such as wikinomics, viral marketing, hedge funds and the subprime crisis.

An online workbook is also available from the Infotech website.

cambridge.org/inuse

Intermediate Book with answers and CD-ROM Book with answers

This best-selling course helps students to understand and talk about key concepts in business and economics.

This trusted course contains 30 topic-based units covering everything from computer essentials through to programming, web design, job-hunting and future technologies.

Grammar for Business Michael McCarthy, Jeanne McCarten, David Clark and Rachel Clark

INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED

This is an American English version of English for Business Communication. This short course helps learners communicate better when socializing, telephoning, presenting, taking part in meetings, and negotiating. With a focus on listening and speaking, this course builds confidence and fluency by encouraging students to analyze tasks and take part in realistic activities. Student’s Book Teacher’s Edition Audio CDs (2)

$29.60 $24.40 $46.40

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INTERMEDIATE TO HIGH INTERMEDIATE

Providing clear explanations and authentic practice of essential business language, Grammar for Business focuses on both spoken and written grammar to help students improve their communication skills in realistic situations. Book with Audio CD

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$33.00

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Business English and Vocational

Professional English in Use

Cambridge English for…

Good Practice

INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED

Series Editor: Jeremy Day

Communication Skills in English for the Medical Practitioner

This best-selling series offers reference and practice of specialist vocabulary for training and in-service professionals who need English to communicate at work. Written by both subject and ELT experts, the series is informed by the Cambridge English Corpus to ensure relevant language.

LOW INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED 40-60 teaching hours per book

• Ideal for self-study and classroom use.

This popular short courses series is designed for learners who need to use English in a professional environment such as science, engineering, marketing, human resources and job-hunting, nursing and the media. Written by professionals for professionals, each book combines the best in ELT methodology with real professional practice to help develop the specialist language and communication skills needed by professionals in their daily work.

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Professional English in Use Engineering by Mark Ibbotson Book with answers $31.80 978-0-521-73488-2 Professional English in Use Finance by Ian MacKenzie Book with answers $24.40 978-0-521-61627-0 Professional English in Use ICT by Santiago Remacha Esteras and Elena Marco Fabré Book with answers $24.40 978-0-521-68543-6 Professional English in Use Law by Gillian D. Brown and Sally Rice Book with answers $24.40 978-0-521-68542-9 Professional English in Use Management by Arthur Mckeown and Ros Wright Book with answers $24.40 978-0-521-17685-9 Professional English in Use Marketing by Cate Farrall and Marianne Lindsley Book with answers $24.40 978-0-521-70269-0 Professional English in Use Medicine by Eric Glendinning and Ron Howard Book with answers $24.40 978-0-521-68201-5

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• Free online Teacher’s Books with background information on specialist subject and extra activities. • Free additional case studies online. • Cambridge English for Engineering is now available as an ebook. cambridge.org/english-for-specific-purposes Cambridge English for Engineering by Mark Ibbotson Student’s Book with Audio CDs (2) $27.00 978-0-521-71518-8 Cambridge English for Human Resources by George Sandford Student’s Book with Audio CDs (2) $27.40 978-0-521-18469-4 Cambridge English for Job-hunting by Colm Downes Student’s Book with Audio CDs (2) $27.00 978-0-521-72215-5 Cambridge English for the Media by Nick Ceramella and Elizabeth Lee Student’s Book with Audio CDs (2) $27.00 978-0-521-72457-9 Cambridge English for Marketing by Nick Robinson with CIM Student’s Book with Audio CDs (2) $27.00 978-0-521-12460-7 Cambridge English for Nursing by Virginia Allum and Patricia McGarr Pre-intermediate Student’s Book with Audio CDs (2) $27.00 978-0-521-14133-8 Intermediate Student’s Book with Audio CDs (2) $27.00 978-0-521-71540-9 Cambridge English for Scientists by Tamzen Armer Student’s Book with Audio CD’s (2) $27.00 978-0-521-15409-3

Marie McCullagh and Ros Wright HIGH INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED Pre- and in-service training 60–65 teaching hours WINNER The David Riley Award for Innovation in Business English and ESP

This award winning course prepares doctors to communicate with patients in a wide range of medical scenarios in English. Uniquely, students learn not only functional language and medical terminology but also interpersonal skills and non-verbal communication illustrated on the course DVD. DVD worksheets are available online. cambridge.org/goodpractice Student’s Book Teacher’s Book Audio CDs (2) DVD

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Through short, manageable units, this course focuses on the everyday language needed by hotel employees. It deals with a range of customer-facing situations, including reception and bar work, and answering the telephone. Student’s Book Teacher’s Book Audio CDs (2)

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Instant Academic Skills Sarah Lane

Discussions A–Z

UPPER INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED

Adrian Wallwork

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Teacher Training Essentials Craig Thaine This book of ready-to-use teacher training workshops can be used with both practising and pre-service teachers. Each session is fully planned and structured, with accompanying photocopiable worksheets. Paperback

$47.60

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Advanced Skills by Simon Haines Book and Audio CD Pack $51.20 978-0-521-60848-0 Listening Extra by Miles Craven Book and Audio CDs (2) $51.20 978-0-521-75461-3 Pronunciation Games by Mark Hancock Book $47.60 978-0-521-46735-3 Quizzes, Questionnaires and Puzzles by Miles Craven Book $47.60 978-0-521-60582-3 Reading Extra by Liz Driscoll Book $47.60 978-0-521-53405-5 Speaking Extra by Mick Gammidge Book and Audio CD $51.20 978-0-521-75464-4 Writing Extra by Graham Palmer Book $47.60 978-0-521-53287-7

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Professional Development: Practice

Translation and Own-language Activities Philip Kerr

Cambridge Handbooks Cambridge Handbooks for Language Teachers for Language Teachers: Series Editor: Scott Thornbury Pocket Editions Series Editor: Scott Thornbury These new, pocket-sized handbooks are written by some of our most respected and experienced authors, and crammed full of insights and ideas. We are delighted to launch this series with Penny Ur and have more exciting authors and titles coming soon!

Inspiration for busy teachers and trainers! The Cambridge Handbooks for Language Teachers series, now with over fifty handbooks, offers practical ideas and activities as well as insights into current thinking about English Language Teaching. cambridge.org/chlt

NEW Activities for Very Young Learners Herbert Puchta and Karen Elliott

Penny Ur’s 100 Teaching Tips Penny Ur This book is a practical resource for language teachers who are looking for classroom advice and inspiration. Drawing on the author’s extensive experience as a teacher and teacher trainer, the tips are divided into 18 categories covering areas such as error correction, using a course book, teaching vocabulary, group work, testing and assessment, discipline, and homework. The clear and concise advice, along with an extensive index, make this an extremely accessible and readable guide that no language teacher should be without. The book is suitable for all teachers, from trainees to the more experienced. Paperback

$12.40 978-1-316-50728-5

See also • A Course in English Language Teaching Page 83

Framed in the context of a clear and compelling educational vision, this book contains around 150 easy-to-use activities for the very young learner classroom. It is ideal for teachers who are looking for ideas and activities to engage their three to six year-old pupils in meaningful and imaginative ways. Paperback

c. $45.00 978-1-316-62273-5

NEW Interaction Online Lindsay Clandfield and Jill Hadfield Interaction Online is for anyone who wishes to have more effective online interaction between learners. The introduction addresses the notion and importance of interaction as a component of online, blended and face-to-face courses. Over 75 activities, both synchronous and asynchronous, provide opportunities for strong online interaction. The book also offers guidance on setting up and managing online interaction and on using the student produced texts for feedback, error correction and assessment. Paperback with Online Resources

c. $50.00 978-1-316-62917-8

Discussions and More Second edition A Revised and Updated edition of Discussions that Work

This book provides structured, practical advice and guidance for using students’ own languages within ELT classrooms. Taking into account both the growing interest and concerns about use of translation in English lessons, it presents effective ways of integrating carefully chosen activities, covering themes such as tools, language skills, language focus and techniques. The practical activities range from using bilingual dictionaries to translating long texts, with a number of tasks drawing on easy-to-use web tools. Paperback

$33.40 978-1-107-64578-3

Penny Ur This new edition takes into account the changes in approaches to ELT over the last thirty years, containing updated versions of old favorites from Discussions that Work, but also a much greater range of oral fluency activities, from game-like activities to debates and presentations. The book includes many new activities for younger learners and lower level learners, making is suitable for a wide range of teaching contexts. Paperback

c. $37.20 978-1-107-44275-7

Language Learning with Digital Video Ben Goldstein and Paul Driver Language Learning with Digital Video is for teachers who are interested in using a range of video in the language classroom, from documentaries to You Tube clips and learner-generated material. The book contains a variety of generic, easy-to-use, practical activities as well as a number of ready-made worksheets for specific video clips. Paperback

$45.00 978-1-107-63464-0

Language Learning with Technology Graham Stanley This book is for teachers interested in integrating technology into their classroom practice. • Pedagogy comes first – content is organized around areas of language learning rather than technology types. • Chapters cover language skills and the language areas of grammar, pronunciation, and vocabulary, as well as project work and assessment and evaluation. • Provides 150 activities for students all levels and includes a wide range of up-to-date technologies Paperback

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Vocabulary Activities Penny Ur Vocabulary Activities is an invaluable resource for new and experienced teachers alike. • Presents ideas for introducing, practicing, expanding, and exploring vocabulary, as well as a selection of fun word games that are perfect for every classroom. • The CD-ROM contains print-ready materials. Paperback with CD-ROM

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Professional Development: Practice Lessons from Nothing Bruce Marsland An invaluable resource for busy teachers everywhere who are looking for easy-to-use activities that do not require extensive facilities or preparation. • A practical source of around 70 language teaching activities that encourage interaction and co-operation in the classroom. • Clear presentation of activities for immediate use for all ages and levels. • No photocopying required. Paperback

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Teaching Large Multilevel Classes

Teaching Listening Comprehension

Natalie Hess

Penny Ur

Teaching Large Multilevel Classes provides practical advice for teachers who work with large, mixed-ability classes.

Teaching Listening Comprehension is about developing listening comprehension skills in the language classroom.

• Easy to follow techniques and activities will energize a classroom, and develop student motivation, interest, participation, and responsibility.

• Defines the characteristics of real-life listening, analyzes the problems encountered by language learners, and discusses the considerations involved in planning successful classroom listening practice.

• Suitable in a variety of teaching environments, including primary, secondary, and beyond. Paperback

Keep Talking

Grammar Practice Activities

Friederike Klippel This is a practical guide to communication activities in the language classroom, suitable for use with students from elementary to advanced level. • More than 100 exercises, including interviews, guessing games, jigsaw tasks, problem solving, values clarification techniques, mime, role play, and storytelling. • For each activity, notes are provided on the linguistic and educational aims, level, organization, time, and preparation required. • Photocopiable worksheets make many of the activities instantly available for use in class. Paperback

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Five Minute Activities Penny Ur and Andrew Wright Five-Minute Activities contains over 130 short activities for the language classroom: some are well-tried favorites clearly restated, others are new ideas or variations. • Activities are designed to combine learning value with interest and enjoyment. • Activities can be adapted to suit classes of different levels of ability, plus there are additional suggestions for variations or extensions of the basic activity. • Almost all the activities can be student-led. Paperback

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• Contains a wide variety of exercise types, ranging in level from elementary to advanced. • Illustrates techniques that are appropriate for both adults and children. Paperback

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Penny Ur This revised version combines tried and tested activities with up-to-date content, including a brand new CD-ROM. • Combines grammar teaching with a broadly communicative methodology. • Contains a collection of imaginative and interesting grammar practice activities suitable for a wide range of levels and ages. • Clear, easy-to-use teaching notes accompany each activity. • The CD-ROM provides print-ready photocopiable worksheets. Paperback with CD-ROM

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Extensive Reading Activities for Teaching Language Editors: Julian Bamford and Richard R. Day Provides 100 classroom activities for teachers with engaging ways to incorporate extensive reading into their classrooms. • Speaking, listening, role-play, reading, writing, and vocabulary activities link reading to the rest of the curriculum. • Suitable for students of all ages and levels. Paperback

Learner English Second edition Editors: Michael Swan and Bernard Smith This updated edition is a practical reference guide that compares the relevant features of a student’s own language with English, helping teachers to predict and understand the problems their students have. • Chapters focus on major problems of pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, and other errors. Paperback Audio CD

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Beginning to Write by Arthur Brookes and Peter Grundy Paperback $32.60 978-0-521-58979-6 Classroom Management Techniques by Jim Scrivener Paperback $33.40 978-0-521-74185-9 CLIL Activities by Liz Dale and Rosie Tanner Paperback $39.40 978-0-521-14984-6 with CD-ROM Communicative Activities for EAP by Jenni Guse Paperback $39.40 978-0-521-14057-7 with CD-ROM Dialogue Activities by Nick Bilbrough Paperback $33.40 978-0-521-68951-9 Dictation by Paul Davis and Mario Rinvolucri Paperback $32.60 978-0-521-34819-5 Dictionary Activities by Cindy Leaney Paperback $33.40 978-0-521-69040-9 Drama Techniques, Third edition by Alan Maley and Alan Duff Paperback $33.40 978-0-521-60119-1 Five-Minute Activities for Business English by Paul Emmerson and Nick Hamiliton Paperback $33.40 978-0-521-54741-3 Five-Minute Activities for Young Learners by Penny McKay and Jenni Guse Paperback $33.40 978-0-521-69134-5

Games for Language Learning by Andrew Wright, David Betteridge and Michael Buckby Paperback $33.40 978-0-521-61822-9 Intercultural Language Activities by John Corbett Paperback $39.40 978-0-521-74188-0 with CD-ROM The Internet and the Language Classroom by Gavin Dudeney Paperback $33.40 978-0-521-68446-0 Language Activities for Teenagers Edited by Seth Lindstromberg Paperback $33.40 978-0-521-54193-0 Laughing Matters by Péter Medgyes Paperback $32.60 978-0-521-79960-7 Learner Autonomy by Ágota Scharle, Anita Szabó Paperback $33.40 978-0-521-77534-2 Learning One-to-One by Ingrid Wisniewska Paperback $39.40 978-0-521-13458-3 with CD-ROM Literature in the Language Classroom, A resource book of ideas and activities by Joanne Collie and Stephen Slater Paperback $32.60 978-0-521-31224-0 Memory Activities for Language Learning by Nick Bilbrough Paperback $39.40 978-0-521-13241-1 with CD-ROM Once Upon a Time by John Morgan and Mario Rinvolucri Paperback $32.60 978-0-521-27262-9 Personalizing Language Learning by Griff Griffiths and Kathy Keohane Paperback $32.60 978-0-521-63364-2 Pictures for Language Learning by Andrew Wright Paperback $32.60 978-0-521-35800-2 Planning Lessons and Courses by Tessa Woodward Paperback $33.40 978-0-521-63354-3 Pronunciation Practice Activities by Martin Hewings Paperback $39.40 978-0-521-75457-6 with Audio CD The Standby Book Edited by Seth Lindstromberg Paperback $32.60 978-0-521-55860-0 Stories, Narrative activities in the language classroom by Ruth Wajnryb Paperback $33.40 978-0-521-00160-1 Teach Business English by Sylvie Donna Paperback $32.60 978-0-521-58557-6 Teaching Adult Second Language Learners by Heather McKay Paperback $33.40 978-0-521-64990-2 Teaching English Spelling by Ruth Shemesh and Sheila Waller Paperback $33.40 978-0-521-63971-2 Testing Spoken Language by Nic Underhill Paperback $32.60 978-0-521-31276-9 Using Authentic Video in the Language Classroom by Jane Sherman Paperback $32.60 978-0-521-79961-4 Using Folktales by Erik K. Taylor Paperback $32.60 978-0-521-63749-7 Using Newspapers in the Classroom by Paul Sanderson Paperback $32.60 978-0-521-64526-3 Using the Board in the Language Classroom by Jeannine Dobbs Paperback $33.40 978-0-521-65417-3 Ways of Doing by Paul Davis, Barbara Garside and Mario Rinvolucri Paperback $32.60 978-0-521-58559-0 Working with Images by Ben Goldstein Paperback $42.00 978-0-521-71057-2 with CD-ROM Working with Words by Ruth Gairns and Stuart Redman Paperback $32.60 978-0-521-31709-2 Writing Simple Poems by Vicki L. Holmes and Margaret R. Moulton Paperback $33.40 978-0-521-78552-5

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Features: • A pedagogical model described as the “Teaching Speaking Cycleâ€? presents a methodological framework for speaking to be taught, rather than only practiced. • Many examples of lesson outlines and activities for learners of different ages and proďŹ ciency levels are used to illustrate the principles and techniques suggested in the book and to guide teachers in planning their own lessons. • Short tasks, placed at strategic points in each chapter, encourage readers to apply and evaluate the information presented. • Group learning tasks at the end of each chapter enable readers to internalize the concepts and ideas further through collaborative tasks. Christine C. M. Goh is Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics at the National Institute of Education at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

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A Holistic Approach Christine Goh and Anne Burns Teaching Speaking: A Holistic Approach brings together theoretical and pedagogical perspectives on teaching speaking within a coherent methodological framework, combining understandings derived from several areas of speaking research and instruction.

Professor Anne Burns is Professor in Language Education at Aston University, Birmingham, UK and Professor of TESOL at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.

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JACK C. RICHARDS

Cambridge Language Education Series Editor: Jack C. Richards This series focuses on issues crucial to successful language teaching and learning, drawing on the best available research and practice. Written in an accessible style, these books carefully integrate theory, data and classroom applications.

• Explains, interprets, evaluates, and synthesizes diverse perspectives from linguistics and language learning, offering a comprehensive and versatile approach for teaching speaking.

Using Corpora in the Language Classroom

Second Language Writing

Randi Reppen

Ken Hyland

Appropriate for both practicing teachers and students enrolled in master’s degree programs in TESOL and Applied Linguistics, Using Corpora in the Language Classroom is designed to help teachers bring the resources of corpora and hands-on learning with authentic materials into the language classroom.

Second Language Writing is a highly accessible and authoritative approach to the theory and practice of teaching writing to students of English.

• Includes a pedagogical model for sequencing learning activities with concrete guidelines on planning and conducting speaking lessons.

• Systematically sets out the key issues in second language writing instruction to offer both pre-service and in-service teachers a guide to writing instruction grounded in current theory and research.

• Explains and illustrates different types of learning tasks with examples and includes a number of tasks that enable readers to extend their ideas.

• Provides background and principled instructions for creating corpora and a range of materials and activities to address specific class needs. • Includes detailed examples of corpus-based activities and materials, including case studies. • Provides specific instructions on the use of existing Internet corpus resources, such as frequency lists and sample concordance lines, as a springboard for activities. • A companion website gives readers access to new sources of information for using corpora in the classroom, new links to useful corpus sites, wordlists and concordance lines for use with activities in the book, and sample lessons. Paperback

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• Includes chapters on approaches to teaching writing, needs analysis, syllabus design, lesson planning, task design, materials development, feedback and assessment, and using technology in writing classes and in conducting research. • Includes review exercises, reflection questions, and copious examples to make the book extremely useful to prospective and practicing teachers alike.

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• Explains why student writers need realistic strategies for drafting and revising as well as a clear understanding of genre to structure their writing experience according to the demands and constraints of particular target contexts. Paperback

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• Illustrates important concepts with samples of authentic classroom data, helping readers see how theoretical perspectives can be applied in practice.

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NEW Curriculum Development in Language Teaching Second edition Jack C. Richards A new and revised edition of the best-selling guide to the issues involved in planning, developing and managing effective language programs. As well as describing and examining a traditional product-focus curriculum perspective, this second edition considers curriculum from the perspective of classroom processes. Case studies, which are used to exemplify issues and questions – within and at the end of each chapter – allow for reflection and discussion. Paperback

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From Corpus to Classroom summarizes and makes accessible recent work in corpus research, focusing particularly on spoken data.

Donna M. Brinton, Marianne Celce-Murcia and Janet M. Goodwin with Barry Griner

• Based on an analysis of corpora such as CANCODE and Cambridge English Corpus, and written with particular reference to the development of corpus-informed pedagogy.

Teaching Pronunciation is a reference and activity book in one.

• Explains how corpora can be designed and used, and focuses on what they tell us about language teaching.

• Revised to reflect recent research into the sound system of North American English, as well as new practices in pronunciation pedagogy. • Audio CDs with additional examples are now packaged with the book. • A wealth of exercises demonstrates implementation techniques, discussion questions, and follow-up activities for group work. Paperback with Audio CDs (2)

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• Examines the relevance of corpora to materials writers, course designers, and language teachers, and considers the needs of the learner in relation to authentic data. • Shows how the answers to key questions such as “Is there a basic, everyday vocabulary for English?”, and “What are the most common spoken language chunks?” are best explored by means of a clearer understanding of the workings of language in context. Paperback

Key Issues in Language Approaches and Teaching Methods in Language Teaching Jack C. Richards A comprehensive and extensively researched overview of key issues in language teaching today. This essential text, also available to purchase separately as an enhanced ebook with embedded video, surveys a broad range of core topics that are essential in understanding contemporary approaches to teaching English as a second or international language, and which form the content of many professional development courses for language teachers. Paperback Enhanced ebook

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Third edition Jack C. Richards and Theodore S. Rodgers This third edition of Approaches and Methods in Language Teaching is an extensive revision of the popular and accessible text. Like previous editions, this book surveys the major approaches and methods in language teaching, such as Grammar Translation, Audiolingualism, Communicative Language Teaching, and the Natural Approach. Paperback

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Practice Teaching A Reflective Approach Jack C. Richards and Thomas S. C. Farrell Written for language teachers in training, Practice Teaching surveys issues and procedures in conducting practice teaching. • Designed to provide support and guidance for student-teachers who are doing practice teaching as a component of a teacher education course, either at the diploma, undergraduate, or graduate level. • Adopting a reflective approach to practice teaching, the book shows student-teachers how to explore and reflect on the nature of language teaching and their own approaches to teaching through their experience of practice teaching.

The Teacher’s Grammar of English Ron Cowan This is a comprehensive resource text designed to help English language teachers and teachers-in-training develop their understanding of English grammar. • Comprehensive coverage of written and spoken English grammar. • Practice exercises and summary charts throughout each chapter. • Descriptions and analyses of typical errors. • Suggested teaching activities for addressing student errors in each chapter. Paperback

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Methodology in Language Teaching An Anthology of Current Practice Editors: Jack C. Richards and Willy A. Renandya Methodology in Language Teaching provides an overview of current approaches, issues, and practices in the teaching of English to speakers of other languages. • A broad collection of articles illustrates the complexity underlying many of the practical planning and instructional activities involved in teaching English as a second or additional language. • Topics include teaching English at elementary, secondary, and higher levels; teacher training; language testing; curriculum and materials development; the use of computers and other technology in teaching; and research on different aspects of second-language learning. • Organized into 16 sections containing 41 seminal articles by well-known teacher trainers and researchers Paperback

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• Each chapter is accompanied by follow-up activities that can be used throughout the practicum course. Paperback

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The Cambridge Guide to Research in Language Teaching and Learning Edited by James Dean Brown and Christine Coombe This book provides an up-to-date and comprehensive overview of research methods in second language teaching and learning, from experts in the field Paperback

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The Cambridge Guide to Second Language Teacher Education Edited by Anne Burns and Jack C. Richards This collection of 30 original articles delivers a state-of-the-art survey of issues, debates, and approaches in contemporary second language teacher education. • Covers a wide range of enduring themes, such as professionalism, pedagogical knowledge, and teacher development. • Addresses the changing contexts of language teaching and teacher education with chapters on key issues, including distance education, non-native English-speaking educators, technology in the language classroom, assessment, and standards. Paperback

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The Cambridge Guide to Blended Learning for Language Teaching Edited by Michael McCarthy This book is concerned with best practice in blended language learning and makes the case that it is pedagogy, rather than technology, that should underpin the design of blended learning programs. Paperback

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The Cambridge Guide to Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Edited by Ronald Carter and David Nunan This important book, with 32 chapters by leading figures in the field, is a guide to the central areas of applied linguistics and language studies, with particular reference to TESOL. • Edited by internationally recognized experts, it provides an excellent introduction for future language teaching professionals. Paperback

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The Cambridge Guide to Pedagogy and Practice in Second Language Teaching Edited by Anne Burns and Jack C. Richards This collection of original articles provides a state-of-the-art overview of key issues and approaches in contemporary language teaching. • Written by internationally prominent researchers, educators, and emerging scholars. • Chapters are grouped into five sections: rethinking our understanding of teaching, learner diversity and classroom learning, pedagogical approaches and practices, components of the curriculum, and media and materials. • Each chapter covers key topics in teaching methodology, such as reflective pedagogy, teaching large classes, outcomes-based language learning, speaking instruction, and technology in the classroom.

The Cambridge Guide to Second Language Assessment Edited by Christine Coombe, Peter Davidson, Barry O’Sullivan and Stephen Stoynoff This collection of original articles provides language teachers with a theoretical background of key issues associated with language testing as well as practical advice on how to improve the effectiveness of the tests they develop and implement. • Chapters are organized into five sections: key issues in the field, assessment purposes and approaches, assessment of second language skills, technology in assessment, and administrative issues. • Chapters assume no particular background knowledge and are written in an accessible style. Paperback

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• Chapters assume no particular background knowledge and are written in an accessible style. Paperback

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Professional Development: Methodology Motivating Learners, Motivating Teachers

Teaching Languages to Young Learners

The Role of Vision in Language Education

Lynne Cameron

Zoltan Dörnyei and Magdalena Kubanyiova This is a new approach to motivation, focusing on the concept of “vision”.

Cambridge Language Teaching Library This series provides a valuable forum for the exploration of central issues in language teaching and learning, by authors who have expert knowledge of their field. It addresses an audience of experienced teachers, as well as postgraduate students and researchers. Full list of titles at: cambridge.org/cltl

Meaningful Action Editors: Jane Arnold and Tim Murphey This work explores the importance of meaningful action for language teaching and learning, paying tribute to the enduring influence of Earl Stevick.

• Drawing on visualization research in sports, psychology, and education, describes powerful ways by which imagining future scenarios can promote motivation to learn a language. • Offers a rich selection of motivational strategies to help students “see” themselves as competent language users, experience the value of knowing a foreign language, and - ultimately – invest effort into learning it. • Explores how to re-ignite language teacher enthusiasm, how to re-kindle it when it may be waning, and how to guard it when it is under threat. Paperback

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Testing for Language Teachers

• Focuses on meaningful action in three domains: learner internal factors and relationships between the people involved in the learning process; classroom activity; and diverse frameworks supporting language learning.

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Materials Development in Language Teaching Second edition

Arthur Hughes This second edition remains the most practical guide for teachers who want to have a better understanding of the role of testing in language teaching.

This book should be on the reference shelf of every ESL school and university library. EA Journal

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This text aims to help readers apply current theoretical principles and research findings to the practical realities of developing and exploiting classroom materials. • Suggests new ideas and directions in materials development. • Accessible to readers with little previous experience in the field. Paperback

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Computer Applications in Second Language Acquisition Carol A. Chapelle Computer Applications in Second Language Acquisition reviews and interprets research and development in three areas: computer-assisted second language learning, computer-assisted second language assessment, and computer-assisted second language research addressing issues such as effective use of software in language teaching, values and limitations of computer-assisted testing, and the study of second language development with interactive computer programs. Paperback

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Cognition and Second Language Instruction by Peter Robinson Paperback $40.00 978-0-521-00386-5 Contrastive Rhetoric by Ulla M. Connor Paperback $40.00 978-0-521-44688-4 Criterion-Referenced Language Testing Edited by Bonny Norton and Kelleen Toohey Paperback $40.00 978-0-521-00083-3 Critical Pedagogies and Language Learning Edited by Bonny Norton and Kelleen Toohey Paperback $40.00 978-0-521-53522-9 The Development of Second Language Proficiency Edited by Birgit Harley, Patrick Allen, Jim Cummins and Merrill Swain Paperback $40.00 978-0-521-38795-8 Evaluating Second Language Education Edited by J. Charles Alderson and Alan Beretta Paperback $40.00 978-0-521-42269-7 Exploring ELF by Anna Mauranen, Carol A. Chapelle and Susan Hunston Paperback $42.00 978-0-521-17752-8 Exploring the Dynamics of Second Language Writing Edited by Barbara Kroll Paperback $42.00 978-0-521-52983-9 Exploring the Second Language Mental Lexicon by David Singleton Paperback $40.00 978-0-521-55534-0 Feedback in Second Language Writing Edited by Ken Hyland and Fiona Hyland Paperback $42.00 978-0-521-67258-0 Genre Analysis byJohn M. Swales Paperback $40.00 978-0-521-33813-4 Immersion Education Edited by Robert Keith Johnson and Merrill Swain Paperback $40.00 978-0-521-58655-9 Insights into Second Language Reading by Keiko Koda Paperback $42.00 978-0-521-54513-6 Interactive Approaches to Second Language Reading Edited by Patricia L. Carrell, Joanne Devine and David E. Eskey Paperback $40.00 978-0-521-35874-3 Interfaces Between Second Language Acquisition and Language Testing Research Edited by Lyle F. Bachman and Andrew D. Cohen Paperback $40.00 978-0-521-64963-6 Language Learning and Deafness Edited by Michael Strong Paperback $40.00 978-0-521-33579-9 The Language of Business Meetings by Michael Handford Paperback $42.00 978-0-521-13343-2 Language Program Evaluation by Brian K. Lynch Paperback $40.00 978-0-521-48438-1 Language Transfer by Terence Odlin Paperback $40.00 978-0-521-37809-3 The Learner-Centred Curriculum by David Nunan Paperback $40.00 978-0-521-35843-9 Learner-Centredness as Language Education by Ian Tudor Paperback $42.00 978-0-521-48560-9 Learning Strategies in Second Language Acquisition by J. Michael O’Malley and Anna Uhl Chamot Paperback $40.00 978-0-521-35837-8 Linguistic Perspectives on Second Language Acquisition Edited by Susan M. Gass and Jacquelyn Schachter Paperback $40.00 978-0-521-37811-6 Modelling and Assessing Vocabulary Knowledge Edited by Helmut Daller, James Milton and Jeanine Treffers-Daller Paperback $40.00 978-0-521-70327-7 Network-Based Language Teaching Edited by Mark Warschauer and Richard Kern Paperback $40.00 978-0-521-66742-5 Perspectives on Pedagogical Grammar Edited by Terence Odlin Paperback $40.00 978-0-521-44990-8

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Title Index A Academic Encounters 34 Academic Listening 81 Academic Vocabulary in Use 59 Active Listening 58 Advanced Grammar in Use 41 Activities for Very Young Learners 74 Advanced Skills 73 Affect in Language Learning 79 Agendas for Second Language Literacy 76 Aligning Tests with the CEFR, (SILT 33) 82 All-Star 13 Approaches and Methods in Language Teaching 77 Appropriate Methodology and Social Context 79 Assessing Academic English, (SILT 23) 82 Assessing Grammar 82 Assessing Language Teachers’ Professional Skills and Knowledge, (SILT 42) 82 Assessing Language through Computer Technology 82 Assessing Languages for Specific Purposes 82 Assessing Listening 82 Assessing Reading 82 Assessing Speaking 82 Assessing Vocabulary 82 Assessing Writing 82 Assessing Young Language Learners (Cambridge Language Assessment) 82 Assessing Younger Language Learners, (SILT 47) 82 B Basic Grammar in Use Basic Vocabulary in Use Be My Guest Beginning to Write Beyond Training Business Advantage Business Start-up Business Vocabulary in Use

41 59 72 75 79 70 71 71

C Cambridge Applied Linguistics 80 Cambridge Business Skills 70 Cambridge Copy Collection 73 Cambridge Dictionary 60 Cambridge English for Engineering 72 Cambridge English for Human Resources 72 Cambridge English for Job-hunting 72 Cambridge English for Marketing 72 Cambridge English for Nursing 72 Cambridge English for Scientists 72 Cambridge English for the Media 72 Cambridge English Readers 47 Cambridge Experience Readers 46 Cambridge Grammar and Vocabulary 69 Cambridge Guide to Blended Learning for Language Teaching, The 78 Cambridge Guide to Pedagogy and Practice in Second Language Teaching, The 78

Cambridge Guide to Research in Language Teaching and Learning, The 78 Cambridge Guide to Second Language Assessment, The 78 Cambridge Guide to Second Language Teacher Education, The 78 Cambridge Guide to Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, The 78 Cambridge IELTS Practice Tests 68 Cambridge Language Assessment 82 Cambridge Language Teaching Library 79 Cambridge Preparation for ® Test 64 the TOEFL CaMLA English Placement Test (EPT) 62 CaMLA Speaking Test 63 CaMLA Writing Test 63 Changing Language Teaching through Language Testing, (SILT 21) 82 Citizenship Now! 13 Classroom Decision-Making 79 Classroom Management Techniques 75 Classroom Observation Tasks 83 Classroom-Based Evaluation in Second Language Education 76 Clear Speech 56 CLIL Activities 75 Cognition and Second Language Instruction 81 Collaborative Action Research for English Language Teachers 79 Collaborative Language Learning and Teaching 79 Collocations Extra 73 Common Mistakes… and how to avoid them 69 Communicating Across Cultures 70 Communicating in Business 71 Communicative Activities for EAP 75 Communicative Language Teaching, An Introduction 79 Compact 65 Complete 65 Components of L2 Reading, (SILT 32) 82 Computer Applications in Second Language Acquisition 80 Continuity and Innovation, (SILT 15) 82 Contrastive Rhetoric 81 Conversation: From Description to Pedagogy 79 Cooperative Learning and Second Language Teaching 76 Corpora in Applied Linguistics 80 Course Design 79 Course in English Language Teaching, A 83 Criterion-Referenced Language Testing 81 Critical Pedagogies and Language Learning 81 Culture Bound 79 Culture in Second Language Teaching and Learning 81 Curriculum Development in Language Teaching 77

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Developing Reading Skills 79 Development of IELTS, (SILT 4), The 82 Development of Second Language Proficiency, The 81 Developments in English for Specific Purposes 79 Dialogue Activities 75 Dictation 75 Dictionary Activities 75 Dictionary of Language Testing, (SILT 7) 82 Disciplinary Identities 80 Discourse Analysis for Language Teachers 79 Discourse and Language Education 79 Discovering Fiction 45 Discussions A–Z 73 Discussions and More 74 Drama Techniques, Third edition 75 Dynamic Presentations 70 Dynamics of the Language Classroom, The 79

Fairness and Validation in Language Assessment, (SILT 9) 82 Feedback in Second Language Writing 81 Figurative Language, Genre and Register 80 Film, TV and Music, Multilevel activities for teenagers 73 Final Draft 50 Five Minute Activities 75 Five-Minute Activities for Business English 75 Five-Minute Activities for Young Learners 75 Focus on Form in Classroom Second Language Acquisition 81 Focus on the Language Classroom 79 Four Corners 22 From Corpus to Classroom 77 From Reader to Reading Teacher 76 Functional English Grammar 76

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Educating Second Language Children 76 Empirical Investigation of the Componentiality of L2 Reading in English for Academic Purposes, (SILT 12), An 82 English for Academic Purposes 79 English for Business Studies 71 English for Specific Purposes 79 English Language Teaching Materials 76 English Phonetics and Phonology 83 Equivalence of direct and semi-direct speaking tests, (SILT 13), The 82 European Language Testing in a Global Context, (SILT 18) 82 Evaluating Second Language Education 81 Examining FCE and CAE, (SILT 28) 82 Examining Listening, (SILT 35) 82 Examining Reading, (SILT 29) 82 Examining Speaking, (SILT 30) 82 Examining Writing, (SILT 26) 82 Excellent English 14 Experience of Language Teaching, The 79 Experimenting with Uncertainty, (SILT 11) 82 Exploring ELF 81 Exploring Language Frameworks, (SILT 36) 82 Exploring the Dynamics of Second Language Writing 81 Exploring the Second Language Mental Lexicon 81 Extensive Reading Activities for Teaching Language 75 Extensive Reading in the Second Language Classroom 76

Games for Grammar Practice 73 Games for Language Learning 75 Genres Across the Disciplines 80 Good Practice 72 Grammar and Beyond 36 Grammar and Vocabulary 73 Grammar for Business 71 Grammar for English Language Teachers 83 Grammar Form and Function 40 Grammar in Use 41 Grammar Practice Activities 75 Group Dynamics in the Language Classroom 79 Guidelines 55 I Idioms for Everyday Use 59 IELTS Blended Learning Course 66 IELTS Collected Papers, (SILT 19) 82 IELTS Collected Papers 2, (SILT 34) 82 IELTS Life Skills Official Cambridge Test Practice 68 IELTS Trainer 68 IELTS Washback in Context, (SILT 25) 82 Immersion Education 81 Impact of high-stakes examinations on classroom teaching, (SILT 22), The 82 Impact Theory and Practice, (SILT 24) 82 In the Know 59 Infotech 71 Insights into Second Language Reading 81 Instant Academic Skills 73 Interaction Online 74 Interactions/Mosaic 30 Interactive Approaches to Second Language Reading 81 Interchange Fourth edition 16 Interchange Fifth edition 19 Intercultural Language Activities 75 Interfaces Between Second Language Acquisition and Language Testing Research 81 International Negotiations 70

International Story, The Internet and the Language Classroom, The Investigation into the Comparability of Two Tests of English as a Foreign Language, (SILT 1), An Issues in Computer-Adaptive Testing of Reading Proficiency, (SILT 10) Issues in Testing Business English, (SILT 17)

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Making Connections 42 Materials Development in Language Teaching 79 Meaningful Action 79 Measured Constructs, (SILT 37) 82 Memory Activities for Language Learning 75 Methodology in Language Teaching 77 Modelling and Assessing Vocabulary Knowledge 81 Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB), The 63 Michigan Test of English Language Proficiency (MTELP) 63 Mindset for IELTS 67 Modular Approach to Testing English Language Skills, (SILT 16), A 82 Motivating Learners, Motivating Teachers 79 Motivational Strategies in the Language Classroom 79 Mosaic 30 Multilingual Education 80 Multilingual Frameworks, (SILT 40) 82 Multilingual Glossary of Language Testing Terms, (SILT 6) 82 Multilingualism and Assessment, (SILT 27) 82

82 82 82

K Keep Talking 75 Key Issues in Language Teaching 77 L Language Activities for Teenagers 75 Language Assessment for Multilingualism, (SILT 44) 82 Language Learning and Deafness 81 Language Learning in Distance Education 79 Language Learning with Digital Video 74 Language Learning with Technology 74 Language of Business Meetings, The 81 Language Program Evaluation 81 Language Teacher Supervision 79 Language Teaching Awareness 76 Language Teaching Matrix, The 79 Language Test Construction and Evaluation 79 Language Testing Matters, (SILT 31) 82 Language Transfer 81 Laughing Matters 75 Learner Autonomy 75 Learner English 75 Learner Strategy Use and Performance on Language Tests, (SILT 8) 82 Learner-Centred Curriculum, The 81 Learners’ Stories 79 Learning One-to-One 75 Learning Oriented Assessment, A Systematic Approach, (SILT 45) 82 Learning Strategies in Second Language Acquisition 81 Learning Vocabulary in Another Language 80 Lessons from Good Language Learners 79 Lessons from Nothing 75 Let’s Talk 58 Linguistic Perspectives on Second Language Acquisition 81 Listening Extra 73 Listening in the Language Classroom 79 Literature in the Language Classroom, A resource book of ideas and activities 75

N Narrative Research in Applied Linguistics 80 Network-Based Language Teaching 81 New Directions 55 New Insight into IELTS 66 O Objective 64 Official Cambridge Guide to IELTS, The 66 Official IELTS Practice Materials 68 P Pairwork and Groupwork, Multi-level activities for teenagers 73 Passages 20 Penny Ur’s 100 Teaching Tips 74 Performance Testing, Cognition and Assessment, (SILT 3) 82 Personalizing Language Learning 75 Perspectives on Pedagogical Grammar 81 Pictures for Language Learning 75 Planning Lessons and Courses 75 Practice in a Second Language 81 Practice Teaching 77 Practicum in TESOL, A 76 Pragmatics in Language Teaching 81 Present Yourself 58 Primary Activity Box 73 Primary Communication Box 73 Primary Curriculum Box 73 Primary Grammar Box 73 Primary Music Box 73

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Title / Author Index Primary Pronunciation Box 73 Primary Reading Box 73 Primary Vocabulary Box 73 Prism 29 Professional Development for Language Teachers 76 Professional English in Use Engineering 72 Professional English in Use Finance 72 Professional English in Use ICT 72 Professional English in Use Law 72 Professional English in Use Management 72 Professional English in Use Marketing 72 Professional English in Use Medicine 72 Pronunciation Games 73 Pronunciation Pairs 57 Pronunciation Plus 57 Pronunciation Practice Activities 75 Psychology for Language Teachers 79 Q Qualitative Approach to the Validation of Oral Language Tests (SILT 14), A 82 Quest 84 Quizzes, Questionnaires and Puzzles 73 R Read This! 44 Reading Extra 73 Reading in a Second Language 81 Reflective Teaching in Second Language Classrooms 76 Replication Research in Applied Linguistics 81 Research Genres 81 Research Methods in Language Learning 79 Research Perspectives on English for Academic Purposes 81 Researching and Applying Metaphor 81 Roles of Language in CLIL, The 79 Rules, Patterns and Words,Grammar and texts in English Language Teaching 79 S Second Language Assessment and Mixed Methods Research, (SILT 43) 82 Second Language Classrooms 81 Second Language Curriculum, The 81 Second Language Listening 76 Second Language Needs Analysis 81 Second Language Teacher Education 79 Second Language Vocabulary Acquisition 81 Second Language Writing (Hyland) 76 Second Language Writing 81 Self-Directed Teacher, The 76 Singing Grammar 73 Skills for Effective Writing 53 Sociolinguistics and Language Teaching 81

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Speaking Extra 73 Standby Book, The 75 Statistical Analyses for Language Assessment 82 Stories, Narrative activities in the language classroom 75 Strategic Reading 44 Studies in Language Testing 82 T Taking Off 12 Task-Based Language Education 81 Task-Based Language Teaching 79 Teach Business English 75 Teach English 83 Teacher Language Awareness 79 Teacher Learning in Language Teaching 79 Teacher Research in Language Teaching 81 Teacher Training Essentials 73 Teacher’s Grammar of English, The 77 Teachers as Course Developers 76 Teachers’ Narrative Inquiry as Professional Development 76 Teaching Adult ESL 13 Teaching Adult Second Language Learners 75 Teaching English Spelling 75 Teaching Languages to Young Learners 79 Teaching Large Multilevel Classes 75 Teaching Listening Comprehension 75 Teaching Pronunciation 77 Teaching Speaking 76 Teaching the Spoken Language 79 Teen World, Multi-level activities for teenagers 73 Teenagers 73 Test Taker Characteristics and Test Performance, (SILT 2) 82 Testing for Language Teachers 79 Testing Reading Through Summary (SILT 39) 82 Testing Spoken Language 75 Testing the Spoken English of Young Norwegians, (SILT 20) 82 Text, Role and Context 81 TKT Course, The 83 Top Tips 69 Touchstone 24 Touchstone Online Course 27 Translation and Ownlanguage Activities 74 U Understanding Communication in Second Language Classrooms 76 Understanding Expertise in Teaching 81 Understanding Research in Second Language Learning 79 Using Authentic Video in the Language Classroom 75 Using Corpora in the Language Classroom 76 Using Folktales 75 Using Newspapers in the Classroom 75 Using Surveys in Language Programs 79

Using the Board in the Language Classroom

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V Validating Second Language Reading Examinations, (SILT 41) 82 Values, Philosophies, and Beliefs in TESOL, Making a statement 79 Ventures 8 Verbal Protocol Analysis in Language Testing Research, (SILT 5) 82 Viewpoint 25 Viewpoint Online Course 27 Vocabulary Activities 74 Vocabulary in Language Teaching 76 Vocabulary in Use 59 Vocabulary, Description, Acquisition and Pedagogy 79 Voices from the Language Classroom 79 W Ways of Doing Working with Images Working with Words Writers at Work Writing Extra Writing for Impact Writing Simple Poems Writing Skills Interactive

75 75 75 54 73 70 75 48

A Adams, Kate 29 Aebersold, Jo Ann 76 Alderson, J. Charles 79, 81, 82 Allen, Patrick 81 Allum, Virginia 72 Allwright, Richard 79 Andrews, Stephen 79 Aquino-Cutcher, Andrew 50 Armer, Tamzen 72 Arnold, Jane 79 Aspinall, Patricia 47 Asplin, Wendy 50 Austen, Michael 47 B Bachman, Lyle F. 81, 82 Bailey, Kathleen M. 79 Baker, Ann 57 Baker, Lida R. 29, 30, 84 Baldwin, Robert 30, 84 Bamford, Julian 75, 76 Banks, Tim 70 Barker, Fiona 82 Barkhuizen, Gary 80 Barrell, Jania 47 Battersby, Alan 47 Bauer, Jill 50 Benson, Phil 79 Bentley, Kay 73, 83 Bentley, Marla 46 Beretta, Alan 81 Bernard, Jean 13 Betteridge, David 75 Bilbrough, Nick 75 Bitterlin, Gretchen 8 Black, Michael 64 Blass, Laurie 30, 36, 54, 84 Bohlke, David 22, 50 Borg, Simon 81 Boyle, Mike S. 50 Breen, Michael P. 79 Brennan, Frank 46, 47 Brinton, Donna M. 77 Broadhead, Annie 64 Brook-Hart, Guy 65 Brookes, Arthur 75 Brookes, Gay 84 Broukal, Milada 40, 59 Brown, A. 82 Brown, Gillian D. 72, 79 Brown, James Dean 78, 79 Brown, Kristine 34 Brown, Steven 58 Buck, Gary 82 Buckby, Michael 75 Budden, Joanna 73 Bunting, John D. 36, 59 Burden, Robert L. 79 Burns, Anne 76, 78, 79 C Cameron, Lynne 79, 81 Campbell, Colin 47 Capel, Annette 64 Carrell, Patricia L. 81 Carter, Ronald 77, 78 Celce-Murcia, Marianne 77 Cenoz, Jasone 80 Ceramella, Nick 72 Chalhoub-Deville, Micheline 82 Chamot, Anna Uhl 81 Chapelle, Carol A. 80, 81, 82 Chaudron, Craig 81 Cheng, Liying 82 Chin, Elizabeth 73 Choi, Inn-Chull 82 Christison, MaryAnn 82 Clandfield, Lindsay 74 Clapham, Caroline 79, 82 Clark, David 71 Clark, Rachel 71 Clover, Louise 46

Coady, James 81 Cohen, Andrew D. 81 Collie, Joanne 75 Connor, Ulla M. 81 Coombe, Christine 78 Cooper, Jennifer Wilson 13 Corbett, John 75 Cowan, Ron 77 Craven, Miles 73 Cresswell, John 82 Crookes, Graham 76, 79 Cullen, Pauline 66, 69 Cummings, Martha Clark 84 Cummins, Jim 81 D Dale, Liz 75 Daller, Helmut 81 DaSilva Iddings, Ana Christina 76 Davidson, Fred 82 Davidson, Peter 78 Davies, Alan 82 Davis, Paul 75 Day, Jeremy 72 Day, Richard R. 75, 76 DeKeyser, Robert 81 Deignan, Alice 80 Devine, Joanne 81 Dignen, Bob 70 Dimond-Bayir, Stephanie 29 Diniz, Luciana 36 Dobbs, Jeannine 75 Docherty, Coreen 82 Doff, Adrian 83 Donna, Sylvie 75 Dörnyei, Zoltán 79 Doughty, Catherine 81 Douglas, Dan 82 Downes, Colm 72 Driscoll, Liz 73 Driver, Paul 74 Dubin, Fraida 79 Dudeney, Gavin 75 Dudley-Evan, Tony 79 Duff, Alan 75 E Eckstut-Didier, Samuela Elder, C. Elliot, Sue Elliott, Karen Emmerson, Paul Eskey, David E. Espeseth, Miriam Everett-Camplin, Helen

44 82 65 74 75 81 34 46

F Fabré, Elena Marco Falvey, Peter Farrall, Cate Farrell, Thomas S. C. Fesler, Susan Hancock Field, John Field, Mary Lee Flowerdew, John Forstrom, Jan Freeman, Donald French, Amanda

72 82 72 76, 77 12 79 76 76, 81 14 79 66

G Gairns, Ruth Galaczi, Evelina D. Gammidge, Mick Gardner, Peter S. Gardner, Sheena Gargagliano, Arlen Garside, Barbara Gass, Susan M. Gear, Jolene Gear, Robert Gebhard, Jerry G. Gelshenen, Rosemary Genesse, Fred Geranpayeh, Ardeshir

75 82 73 55 80 84 75 81 64 64 76 45 76 82

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Author Index Gershon, Steven Gilbert, Judy B. Glendinning, Eric Goh, Christine Goldstein, Ben Goldstein, Sharon Golombek, Paula R. Goodwin, Janet M. Gordon, Deborah Gorter, Durk Grabe, William Graves, Kathleen Green, Alison J. F. Green, Anthony Grellet, Franรงoise Griffiths, Carol Griffiths, Griff Griner, Barry Grove, E. Grundy, Peter Guse, Jenni

58 56 72 76 74, 75 57 76 77 54 80 81 76 82 82 79 79 75 77 82 75 75

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Haber, Steven B. 84 Hadfield, Jill 74 Haines, Simon 65, 69, 73 Hamiliton, Nick 75 Hancock, Mark 73 Hancock, Penny 47 Handford, Michael 70, 81 Hanreddy, Jami 30, 84 Hardy, Thomas 46 Harley, Birgit 81 Harmer, Jeremy 47 Hartmann, Pamela 30, 50, 84 Harwood, Nigel 76 Hashemi, Louise 64, 68 Hasselgren, Angela 82 Hatch, Evelyn 79 Hawkey, Roger 82 Herdon, Tim 46 Hess, Natalie 75 Hewings, Martin 41, 57, 69, 75 Heyderman, Emma 65 Hilgeman, Karen 13 Hill, David A. 47 Hill, K. 82 Hinkel, Eli 81 Holliday, Adrian 79 Holmes, Vicki L. 75 Hood, Susan 34 Hopkins, Diana 69 Hornberger, Nancy H. 81 Howard, Ron 72 Huckin, Thomas 81 Hughes, Arthur 79 Huizhong, Yang 82 Hull, Jonathan 16, 19 Hunston, Susan 80 Hutchinson, Tom 79 Hyland, Fiona 81 Hyland, Ken 76, 80, 81

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I Iannuzzi, Susan Ibbotson, Mark Ingram, Beverly

36 71, 72 84

J Jack, Darcy Jacobe, Monica F. Jacobs, George M. Jakeman, Vanessa Johns, Ann M. Johnson, Dennis Johnson, Karen E. Johnson, Margaret Johnson, Robert Keith Jones, Leo Jones, Neil Jordan, Nancy Jordan, Robert R.

30, 84 50 76 65, 66 81 8 76 46, 47 81 58 82 29 79

Kanaoka, Yoneko Kasper, Gabriele Kay, Judith Keenan Segal, Margaret Kelly, Curtis Kennedy, Alan S. Keohane, Kathy Kern, Richard Kerr, Philip Kershaw, George Khalifa, Hanan King, Carol Kingsley, Susan Kirn, Elaine Klippel, Friederike Knezevic, Miki Koda, Keiko Koester, Almut Kroll, Barbara Kubanyiova, Magdalena Kunnan, Antony John

34 81 45 30, 84 84 29,50 75 81 74 47 82 84 64 30, 84 75 30, 84 81 70 81 79 82

Lamb, Clarice 76 Lambert, Jeanne 50 Lane, Sarah 73 Lansford, Lewis 29 Lazaraton, Anna 82 Leaney, Cindy 59, 75 Leather, Sue 47 Lee, Elizabeth 72 Lee, Linda 13 Leki, Ilona 84 Levy, Meredith 73 Lewis, Michele 29 Lindsley, Marianne 72 Lindstromberg, Seth 75 Lisboa, Martin 70 Littlejohn, Andrew 79 Littlemore, Jeannette 80 Littlewood, William 79 Llinares, Ana 79 Loader, Mandy 46, 47 Lock, Graham 76 Lockhart, Charles 76 Lockwood, Robyn Brinks 29, 50 Long, Michael H. 81 Low, Graham 81 Luoma, Sari 82 Lynch, Brian K. 81 M MacAndrew, Richard 46, 47 MacKay, Susannah 14 MacKenzie, Ian 71, 72 Mackey, Daphne 44 Madylus, Olha 73 Maley, Alan 47, 75 Mansfield, Katherine 46 Marsland, Bruce 75 Martyniuk, Waldemar 82 Mascull, Bill 71 Matthews, Laura 65 Mauranen, Anna 81 May, Peter 65 Maynard, Mary Ann 14 McCafferty, Steven G. 76 McCarten, Jeanne 24, 25, 27, 71 McCarthy, Michael 24, 25, 27, 59, 71, 77, 78, 79 McCullagh, Marie 72 McDowell, Clare 66 McEntire, Jo 42 McGarr, Patricia 72 McGiffin, Janet 47 McKay, Heather 75 McKay, Penny 75, 82 McKay, Sandra Lee 76, 81 McKeegan, David 65 Mckeown, Arthur 72

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Medgyes, Peter Mentel, James Milanovic, Michael Miller, Lindsay Milton, James Mlynarczyk, Rebecca Moeller, Aleidine Morgan, John Morrison, David Morton, Tom Moses, Antoinette Most, Paul Moulton, Margaret R. Murgatroyd, Nicholas Murphey, Tim Murphy, Raymond

75 30, 84 82 76 81 84 82 75 46 79 46, 47 30, 84 75 46, 73 79 41

N Nation, I.S.P. 80 Naylor, Helen 47 Neilsen, Rod 47 Nelson, John 30, 84 Nesi, Hilary 80 Newman, Christy M. 12 Newsome, J. M. 47 Nixon, Caroline 73 Norton, Bonny 81 Nunan, David 76, 78, 79, 81 O Odlin, Terence Olshtain, Elite Oprandy, Robert Ostrowska, Sabina O'Dell, Felicity O'Hara, Francis O'Keeffe, Anne O'Loughlin, Kieran J. O'Malley, J. Michael O'Neill, Richard O'Sullivan, Barry

81 79 76 29 59, 64 72 77 82 81 29 78, 82

P Pakenham, Kenneth J. Palmer, Graham Papp, Szilvia Parrish, Betsy Parrott, Martin Pavlik, Cheryl Peacock, Matthew Peterson, Susan Pike-Baky, Meredith Pitt, Angela Pitt, Marta Porte, Graeme Poulter, Monica Powell, Mark Prentis, Nicola Price, Donna Proctor, Susan Prowse, Philip Puchta, Herbert Pulverness, Alan Purpura, James E.

42 73 82 13 83 30, 84 81 29 30, 84 70 14 81 82 70 46 8 16, 19 47 74 83 82

R Read, John 82 Redman, Stuart 59, 75 Reed, Susannah 73 Remacha Esteras, Santiago 71, 72 Renandya, Willy A. 77 Reppen, Randi 36, 59, 76 Rice, Sally 72 Richards, Jack C. 16, 19, 20, 22, 44, 76, 77, 78, 79 Rinvolucri, Mario 75 Rixon, Shelagh 82 Roach, Peter 83 Robinson, Nick 72 Robinson, Peter 81 Roderman, Winifred Ho 13 Rodgers, Theodore S. 77 Rollason, Jane 46

Rose, Kenneth R. Russell, Kimberly Ryan, Katherine

81 29 82

Velasco, Shirley Vidakovi, Ivana Vittorio, Pamela

13, 14 82 14, 42

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Sanabria, Carlos 34 Sanabria, Kim 34 Sanderson, Paul 75 Sandford, George 72 Sandiford, Helen 24, 25, 27 Sandy, Chuck 20 Savage, Alice 36, 44 Savage, K. Lynn 8 Saville, Nick 82 Schachter, Jacquelyn 81 Scharle, Agota 75 Schmitt, Norbert 76, 79 Scott-Malden, Sarah 47 Scrivener, Jim 75 Seal, Bernard 34 Semino, Elena 80 Senior, Rose 79 Sharp, Wendy 64 Shaw, Stuart D. 82 Shemesh, Ruth 75 Sherman, Jane 75 Sherman, Kristin 13, 14 Shiotsu, Toshihiko 82 Singleton, David 81 Singleton, Jill 54 Slade, Diana 79 Slater, Stephen 75 Smalzer, William R. 41, 84 Smith, Bernard 47, 75 Smith, Dorolyn 58 Smoke, Trudy 84 Sowton, Chris 29 Spack, Ruth 55 Spratt, Mary 83 St John, Maggie Jo 79 Stafford-Yilmaz, Lynn 54 Stanley, Graham 74 Stapleton, Sara 50 Stephens, Bryan 71 Stoynoff, Stephen 78 Strauch, Ann O. 54 Strong, Michael 81 Sunderland, Peter 64 Swain, Merrill 81 Swales, John M. 81 Swan, Michael 75 Sweeney, Simon 71 Szabo, Anita 75

Wajnryb, Ruth 75, 83 Walker, Carolyn 47 Wall, Dianne 79, 82 Waller, Sheila 75 Wallwork, Adrian 73 Walter, Elizabeth 73 Warschauer, Mark 81 Waters, Alan 79 Wegmann, Brenda 30, 84 Weigle, Sara Cushing 82 Weir, Cyril J. 82 Welling, Joanne 83 Werner, Patricia 30, 84 Westbrook, Carolyn 29 Whalley, Elizabeth 30, 84 Wharton, Jennifer 34 Whettem, Erica 64 White, Cynthia 79 White, N.M. 29 Whittaker, Rachel 79 Wiese, David 42 Will, Sab 73 Williams, Jessica 29, 34, 42, 81 Williams, Marion 79, 83 Williams, Melanie 83 Willis, Dave 79 Wilson, Judith 47 Wilson, Rosemary 82 Wisniewska, Ingrid 14, 75 Withrow, Jean 84 Woodford, Kate 73 Woodward, Tessa 75 Wright, Andrew 75 Wright, Ros 72 Wright, Tony 83 Y Yan, Jin Yi-fen Wu, Rachel Yule, George

82 82 79

Z Zaorob, Maria Lucia 73 Zemach, Dorothy E. 54 Zwier, Lawrence J. 30, 59, 84

T Tanaka, Grace 13 Tanka, Judith 30, 84 Tanner, Rosie 75 Taylor, Erik K. 75 Taylor, Lynda 82 Thaine, Craig 73 Thomas, Amanda 65 Thomas, Barbara 64, 65, 68 Thornbury, Scott 74, 79, 83 Thrush, Emily Austin 30, 84 Tilouine, Helen 65 Tims, Nicholas 46 Tomlinson, Brian 47, 79 Tomlinson, Michael 73 Toohey, Kelleen 81 Treffers-Daller, Jeanine 81 Treloar, Frances 65 Tsui, Amy B. M. 81 Tudor, Ian 79 U Underhill, Nic Upshur, John A. Ur, Penny

75 76 74, 75, 83

V Valdes, Joyce Merrill Van Den Branden, Kris Vargo, Mari

79 81 14

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