Added by: Anonymous | Karma: | Coursebooks, KET | 22 November 2014
KET for Schools prepares students for University of ESOL Examinations' KET for Schools exam. It provides essential exam practice, tips and strategies combined with fun, communicative activities, ensuring lessons are varied and engaging - and that students are ready for the exam. With its contemporary design and up-to-date material, Key for Schools Result is the complete preparation pack for the exam.
Added by: Anonymous | Karma: | Coursebooks, KET | 21 November 2014
A Key (KET) for Schools course that inspires students to better exam results
Key for Schools Result is a complete preparation course for the Cambridge English: Key (KET) for Schools exam. It includes topics appropriate to the level and age group and has a contemporary look and feel.
The Practice Tests Plus series provides sets of complete tests at exam level and in exam format for KET, PET, FCE, CAE, CPE, IELTS and Michigan ECPE and ECCE levels. Each book introduces students to exam formats and provides step-by-step task guidance and useful tips to maximise their chances of excelling.
This textbook has been developed to help students attain competence in all four language skills in English through meaningful and enjoyable activities. Emphasis has been given on listening and speaking skills as the foundation on which to develop reading and writing skills. Topics and themes have been selected in a way that would not only help students address the needs of real life situations, but would also inculcate humanistic values in them as well as broaden their mental horizon. Grammar points and planned activities to develop students' competence in all four language skills have been presented within contexts in a systematic and graded way.
'English for Today' for class six (For free distribution from academic year 2010) was evaluated many times and rewritten by expatriate consultants and local experts. Individual lessons were trialled in secondary schools, government and non-government, urban and rural, in different parts of the country. This was followed by a syllabus and textbook revision workshop held for secondary school teachers and English language specialists at the National Curriculum & textbook Board in Dhaka after which further revisions were made.