Anne Robinson, Karen Saxby
This is an innovative course for young adults which takes learners from Beginner to Advanced level.
The course follows the requirements of the Common European Framework of Reference and focuses on the systematic development of key competences.
The course is organized into twelve topic-based modules, which allows learners to deal with a variety of topics in depth. In this way, learners are enabled to communicate successfully in English in a wide range of social situations and environments.
Key features :
Motivating and contemporary topics with multicultural and cross-curricular information
Lively dialogues presenting functional language in real-life situations
Reading material from authentic sources
An integrated approach to the development of the four skills
Special emphasis on vocabulary building
Grammar presented and practised in context
Systematic development of reading and listening skills and subskills
A variety of communicative tasks
Step-by-step approach to writing
Activities encouraging critical thinking and personal response
Task-based activities preparing learners for the real world
Practical tips helping students to become autonomous learners
A round-up section in each module providing regular revision and consolidation
A grammar reference section