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Academic Listening & Speaking 1
Academic Listening & Speaking 1
Academic Listening & Speaking 1 (CEFR Level High A2 / TOEIC® 350-550)
How Academic Listening and Speaking helps:

- introduces students to topics from the sciences, social sciences and the arts, readying them for study in an English academic setting
- shows students how to approach these topics critically by identifying support, seeing where doubt is cast, and assessing what is presented 
- develops student note-taking skills systematically 
- focuses on summarizing 
- teaches students naturally reduced, English weak forms

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£ 24.95
£ 19.95
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Academic Listening & Speaking 2
Academic Listening & Speaking 2
Academic Listening & Speaking 2 (CEFR Level Low B1 / TOEIC® 500-650)
How Academic Listening and Speaking helps:

- introduces students to topics from the sciences, social sciences and the arts, readying them for study in an English academic setting
- shows students how to approach these topics critically by identifying support, seeing where doubt is cast, and assessing what is presented 
- develops student note-taking skills systematically 
- focuses on summarizing 
- teaches students naturally reduced, English weak forms
£ 24.95
£ 19.95
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Academic Listening & Speaking 3
Academic Listening & Speaking 3
Academic Listening & Speaking 3 (CEFR Level High B1 / TOEIC® 650-800)
How Academic Listening and Speaking helps:
- introduces students to topics from the sciences, social sciences and the arts, readying them for study in an English academic setting
- shows students how to approach these topics critically by identifying support, seeing where doubt is cast, and assessing what is presented 
- develops student note-taking skills systematically 
- focuses on summarizing 
- teaches students naturally reduced, English weak forms
£ 24.95
£ 19.95
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Academic Reading & Writing 1
Academic Reading & Writing 1
Academic Reading & Writing 1 (CEFR Level A2-B1 / TOEIC® 350-550)
Academic Reading and Writing helps students develop the reading and writing skills needed in academic contexts. The reading and writing activities mirror many of the questions that students might encounter on a TOEFL® or IELTS exam. Included are many sample essays which serve as models to help students develop thier own academic tone.
  • Students learn to read and comprehend academic English
  • Students learn to take in information with a critical eye, thinking about: writer purpose, underlying meaning etc..
  • Srudents learn about essay writing and graph writing, similar to the TOEFL® and IELTS exams
£ 24.95
£ 19.95
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Fiction in Action: Whodunit?
Fiction in Action: Whodunit?
Fiction in Action: Whodunit? (CEFR: Level B1 / TOEIC® 450-650)
Fiction in Action: Whodunit? is something not seen before, a textbook designed to act as a bridge to extensive reading. Over 12 units encompassing two original six-chapter stories, the book introduces students to the hows and the pleasures of reading accessible fiction in English
Whodunit focuses on extended and connected passages in one genre - the detective story - familiarizing students with the language, style and literary conventions associated with this form of story. A special feature of the text is tasks that are not merely supportive of but intrinsic to the stories. Having successfully closed the cases in these stories, students can go on to read any other appropriately leveled readers on their own.
£ 20.55
£ 18.95
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Fiction in Action: Spellbound
Fiction in Action: Spellbound
Fiction in Action: Spellbound (CEFR Level A2-B1 / TOEIC® 350-550)
Fiction in Action: Spellbound is the second book in the Fiction in Action series, textbooks designed to act as bridges to extensive reading. Over 12 units encompassing two original six-chapter stories, the books introduce students to the hows and the pleasures of reading accessible fiction in English
Spellbound focuses on extended and connected passages in one genre - the fantasy story - familiarizing students with the language, style and literary conventions associated with this form of story. A special feature of the text is tasks that are not merely supportive of but intrinsic to the stories. Having successfully gone through these stories, students can go on to read any other appropriately leveled readers on their own.
£ 20.55
£ 18.95
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Teaching in Pursuit of WOW!
Teaching in Pursuit of WOW!
Teaching in Pursuit of Wow!
Teacher's resources can often be quite mechanistic—descriptions of a field or of classroom processes and the like. All very useful. But sometimes it's good to draw back and consider the big picture and ask the big questions. In the essays in Teaching in Pursuit of Wow!, Tim Murphey does this again and again. In terms of interaction, in terms of identity, how do we get students and teachers to plug in to the wow! of learning? For those in the classroom or for those with thoughts of being in the classroom.
£ 21.95
£ 19.95
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The Coursebook & Beyond
The Coursebook & Beyond
The Coursebook & Beyond
The Coursebook and Beyond is a resource for current and future English language teachers. It has been written both for use by the individual teacher and for use in teacher training courses.
The book looks at the central role played by the coursebook in most language courses, at some of the curricular ideas behind a coursebook and at the different ways a coursebook may go about implementing these. For the most part, the focus of
The Coursebook and Beyond is very practical, a focus on how teachers can deal with a prescribed body of materials. The book presents ideas on how to select (or reject) a coursebook, on different ways to work with the materials within a coursebook, and on how to jump outside the text altogether where this helps to better attain the goals of the course and where the coursebook might need augmentation.
£ 21.95
£ 19.95
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English Teaching and the Science of Happiness
English Teaching and the Science of Happiness
English Teaching and the Science of Happiness is a resource of activities for language teachers who wish to bring some of what we know about positive psychology into their classrooms. The premise of the resource is a simple one―that happy, engaged learners having positive classroom experiences are more effective language learners. And while the focus of the activities in English Teaching and the Science of Happiness is primarily on helping students have positive feelings towards the learning of English and in giving them practice in different aspects of the language, a parallel aim is to help students gain the happiness management skills that may help them lead happier, more engaged lives outside of the classroom. It has been estimated that 40% of our positive feelings are based on things that we choose to do, that this is something we have some control over. With a change in our habits and in what we look at, we can all potentially be happier.
£ 31.95
£ 28.95
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On Task 1
On Task 1
On Task 1 (CEFR High A1/Low A2)
On Task Book 1 is the first book in a three level series that takes a task-based approach to language learning. Covering the four skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing, tasks are the central focus of the book. Each unit features an input task and an output task, both of which follow a well-known task cycle. Pre-tasks serve to prepare students for main tasks, which focus on meaningful communication, and have a non-linguistic outcome. Post-tasks then allow students to review and consolidate the language that they have used in the tasks.
£ 21.95
£ 18.95
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On Task 2
On Task 2
On Task 2 (CEFR A2/Low B1)
On Task Book 2 is the second book in a three level series that takes a task-based approach to language learning. Covering the four skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing, tasks are the central focus of the book. Each unit features an input task and an output task, both of which follow a well-known task cycle. Pre-tasks serve to prepare students for main tasks, which focus on meaningful communication, and have a non-linguistic outcome. Post-tasks then allow students to review and consolidate the language that they have used in the tasks.
£ 21.95
£ 18.95
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On Task 3
On Task 3
On Task 3 (CEFR B1)
On Task Book 3 is the third book in a three level series that takes a task-based approach to language learning. Covering the four skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing, tasks are the central focus of the book. Each unit features an input task and an output task, both of which follow a well-known task cycle. Pre-tasks serve to prepare students for main tasks, which focus on meaningful communication, and have a non-linguistic outcome. Post-tasks then allow students to review and consolidate the language that they have used in the tasks.
£ 21.95
£ 18.95
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Practical_readings
Practical_readings
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Business Listening & Speaking
Business Listening & Speaking
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Come Fly with Us
Come Fly with Us
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What's in the Cards
What's in the Cards
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What's in the Cards - Card Pack
What's in the Cards - Card Pack
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Top Up Listening 1
Top Up Listening 1
Top Up Listening 1 (CEFR Level A1-A2 / TOEIC® 300-400)
The first book in the Top-Up Listening series. Top-Up Listening features English as it is actually spoken―giving students practice in drawing meaning from naturally spoken English in two ways:
• by explicitly developing student knowledge of English conversation patterns or script―helping students with their top-down predictive skills.
• by explicitly developing student knowledge of how English sounds change when spoken in sentences. Helping students understand English as it is actually spoken and helping students recognize language in "chunks." Whadaweemean? - how words run together, how sounds are lost, how vowels naturally weaken and entire words are dropped. Without knowledge of such patterns, listening is impossible.
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Top Up Listening 2
Top Up Listening 2
Top Up Listening 2 (CEFR Level A2 / TOEIC® 350-500)
The second book in the Top-Up Listening series. Top-Up Listening features English as it is actually spoken―giving students practice in drawing meaning from naturally spoken English in two ways:
• by explicitly developing student knowledge of English conversation patterns or script―helping students with their top-down predictive skills.
• by explicitly developing student knowledge of how English sounds change when spoken in sentences. Helping students understand English as it is actually spoken and helping students recognize language in "chunks." Whadaweemean? - how words run together, how sounds are lost, how vowels naturally weaken and entire words are dropped. Without knowledge of such patterns, listening is impossible.
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Top Up Listening 3
Top Up Listening 3
Top Up Listening 3 (CEFR Level B1 / TOEIC® 450-600)
The third book in the Top-Up Listening series. Top-Up Listening features English as it is actually spoken―giving students practice in drawing meaning from naturally spoken English in two ways:
• by explicitly developing student knowledge of English conversation patterns or script―helping students with their top-down predictive skills.
• by explicitly developing student knowledge of how English sounds change when spoken in sentences. Helping students understand English as it is actually spoken and helping students recognize language in "chunks." Whadaweemean? - how words run together, how sounds are lost, how vowels naturally weaken and entire words are dropped. Without knowledge of such patterns, listening is impossible.
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New TOEIC Skills 1
New TOEIC Skills 1
New TOEIC Skills 1 (TOEIC 300-450)
NEW TOEIC
® Skills 1 is the first book in a 3-level series designed to help students improve their TOEIC® scores.
This NEW series covers the new TOEIC
® test introduced in May 2016.
TOEIC
® Skills 1 is designed for students studying at the 350-400 level.
The book features a 
focus on the test and a focus on language. Students get practice in each section of the test in each unit. In addition to this test focus, the focus on language sections help students develop the skills needed to do well on the TOEIC® test.
£ 0.00
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New TOEIC Skills 2
New TOEIC Skills 2
New TOEIC Skills 2 (TOEIC® 450-600)
NEW TOEIC
® Skills 2 is the second book in a 3-level series designed to help students improve their TOEIC® scores.
This NEW series covers the new TOEIC
® test which introduced in May 2016.
TOEIC
® Skills 2 is designed for students studying at the 450-600 level.
The book features a 
focus on the test and a focus on language. Students get practice in each section of the test in each unit. In addition to this test focus, the focus on language sections help students develop the skills needed to do well on the TOEIC® test.
£ 0.00
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New TOEIC Skills 3
New TOEIC Skills 3
New TOEIC Skills 3 (TOEIC® 600-750)
NEW TOEIC
® Skills 3 is the third book in a 3-level series designed to help students improve their TOEIC® scores.
This NEW series covers the new TOEIC
® test which introduced in May 2016.
TOEIC
® Skills 3 is designed for students studying at the 600-750 level.
The book features a 
focus on the test and a focus on language. Students get practice in each section of the test in each unit. In addition to this test focus, the focus on language sections help students develop the skills needed to do well on the TOEIC® test.
£ 0.00
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