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Market Leader Pre-intermediate Teacher's Book. Intermediate. Market Leader Market Leader Upper-intermediate Teacher's Book. Advanced. Market Leader. Pearson Education Limited, p. 3rd edition Heitler D., Mascull B. Market Leader New Edition reflects the fast-changing world of business with. New ENGLISH FILE Pre-intermediate Teacher's Book ib7//iF caite.info englishfile/pre New New Headway Upper-Intermediate Workbook with Key.
Dodaj komentarz. Many students expect there to be a correct answer. Make a record ofimportant errors and give students feedback at the end in a sympathetic and constructive way. All rights reserved; no part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise without the prior written permission of the Publishers or a licence permitting restricted copying in the United Kingdom issues by the Copyright Licensing Agency Ltd, 90 Tottenham Court Road, London, W1P 9HE. Market book intermediate Teachers Edition Leader. If students already know the grammar point, this section works as a quick check for them and the teacher. There is further grammar practice in the Practice File and in the Business Grammar and Usage book see Extending the course below.
There are suggestions in this book on how to use the unit material extensively or intensively and how the material in the Practice File integrates with the Course Book.
There are optional extra components, including a Business Grammar and Usage book, a DVD-ROM and a series of special subject books to develop vocabulary and reading skills.
This book contains extensive extra photocopiable material in the Text bank and Resource bank sections. The topics have been chosen following research among teachers to establish the areas ofwidest possible interest to the majority of their students.
The Course Book provides input in reading, speaking and listening, with guidance for writing tasks too.
There is a regular focus on key business functions, and each unit ends with a motivating case study to allow students to practise language they have worked on during the unit.
After every three units is a spread called Working across cultures. Here, students are introduced to key intercultural concepts, developing their awareness and skills in order to function effectively in international business situations. There are also four Revision units in the Course Book that revise and consolidate the work done in the main units and culture spreads.
Practice File This gives extra practice in the areas of grammar and vocabulary, together with a complete syllabus in business writing. In each unit, students work with text models and useful language, then do a writing task to consolidate the learning. Additionally, the Practice File provides regular self-study pronunciation work with an audio CD and exercises and a valuable survival language section for students when travelling.
The Practice File pronunciation exercises are on the accompanying audio CD.
Teacher's Resource Book This book provides teachers with an overview of the whole course, together with detailed teaching notes, background briefings on business content, the Text bank 24 optional extra reading texts and the Resource bank photocopiable worksheets practising speaking, listening and writing skills.
Test File Six photocopiable tests are available to teachers and course planners to monitor students' progress during the course. There is an entry test, four progress tests and an exit test, which reviews the work done throughout the course.
Starting up Students have the opportunity to think about the unit topic and to exchange ideas and opinions with each other and with the teacher.
There is a variety ofstimulating activities such as answering quiz questions, reflecting on difficult decisions, prioritising options and completing charts.
Throughout, students are encouraged to draw upon their life and business experience as appropriate. Vocabulary Essential business vocabulary is presented and practised through a wide variety of creative and engaging exercises.
Students learn new words, phrases and collocations and are given tasks which help to activate the vocabulary they already know or have just learnt. There is further vocabulary practice in the Practice File. There are a number ofdiscussion activities in the book. Their main purpose is to build up students' confidence in expressingtheirviews in English and to improve theirfluency.
Reading Students read interesting and relevant authentic texts from the Financial Times and other business sources. They develop their reading skills and acquire essential business vocabulary. The texts provide a context for language work and discussion later in the unit. Listening The authentic listening texts are based on interviews with businesspeople and experts in their field.
Students develop listening skills such as prediction, listening for specific information and note-taking. Language review These sections develop students' awareness of the common problem areas at intermediate level. They focus on accuracy and knowledge ofkey areas of grammar. If students already know the grammar point, this section works as a quick check for them and the teacher.
If they need more explanation, they are referred to the Grammar reference at the back ofthe Course Book. There is further grammar practice in the Practice File and in the Business Grammar and Usage book see Extending the course below.
Skills This section helps learners to develop their communication skills in the key business areas ofpresentations, meetings, negotiations, telephoning and social English.
Each section contains a Usefullanguage box which provides students with the phrases they need to carry out the business tasks in the regular role-play activities. Casestudies Each unit ends with a case study linked to the unit's business topic. The case studies are based on realistic business problems or situations and are designed to motivate and actively engage students.
Students use the language and communication skills which they have acquired while working through the unit. Typically, students will be involved in discussing business problems and recommending solutions through active group work.
All of the case studies have been developed and tested with students in class and are designed to be easy to present and use. No special knowledge or extra materials are required. For teaching tips on making the best use of the case studies, see Case studies that work on page 5. Each case study endswith a realistic writing task. These tasks reflect the real world of business correspondence and will also help those students preparing for business English exams.
Models of writing text types are given in the Writing file at the end of the Course Book. Here, a consultant talks about the business issues raised by each case. This may in turn lead to further discussion of the case in class. They may be anxious about their lack of knowledge ofthe business world and of the topics covered in the course. Market Leader sets out to provide the maximum support for teachers.
The Business briefsection at the beginning ofeach unit in the Teacher's Resource Book gives an overview ofthe business topic, covering key terms given in bold, and which can be checked in the Longman Dictionary ofBusiness English and suggesting a list of titles for further reading and information.
Authenticityofcontent One of the principles of the course is that students should deal with as much authentic content as their language level allows. Authentic reading and listening texts are motivating for students and bring the real world of business into the classroom, increasing students' knowledge of business practice and concepts.
Due to its international coverage, the Financial Times has been a rich source of text, video and business information for the course. The case studies present realistic business situations and problems, and the communication activities based on them - group discussions, simulations and role plays - serve to enhance the authenticity of the course.
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