Книга: Brenda Bushell «Global Outlook Reading Answer Key»

Global Outlook Reading Answer Key

Производитель: "McGraw-Hill"

Global Outlook is a two-book series designed to introduce ESL/ELT students to the basic reading reading skilll required for fluent, accurate reading in English. The series is designed for teachers who are experienced in teaching reading skills but looking for new ways to implement them and for teachers who are less experienced and need guidance on how to incorporate specific reading-skill development in their language classes. Key Features:Provocative global topics centered around social issues careful sequencing of reading skills. Oral communication extension activities which encourage students to go beyond the reading test and consider how the issues impact their lives. Interactive Journal Response assignment which provide opportunities for vocabulary recycling and closure for each unit. Students will:Acquire reading skills which fluent readers of English use unconsciouslyLearn to use their background knowledge to understand a textDevelop the ability to read chunks of information for general understanding instead of reading and translating word-for-word. Expand their knowledge and build a global perspective of world issues and social trends. This answer key is designed to accompany the high intermediate and advanced level reading books.

Издательство: "McGraw-Hill" (2001)

ISBN: 978-0-07-255314-7

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