Life in Modern Britain is an introductory discussion of British life and institutions and is intended for advanced students of English. This new edition takes account of the social, economic and political changes which have occurred In Britain during the late 1980s and early 1990s. Tables and charts have been included. together with questions for students to consider. Professor Bromhead has also written a companion volume Life in Modern America.
John Carstairs is a secret agent. He has an opportunity to save the world. There is a small island in the Aegean Sea where something very strange is happening . The Americans have bought it and built the biggest computer ever. They call it D.O.T.( Data Overseas Transmission) and it sends information to other computers all over the world. All the computers in the world need a special program but this one builds its own program. It works by itself. Its plan is to control all computers all over the world. Will computers control the world? Could computers do this? Will Carstairs be able to stop the computer's plans?
This exciting new series of non-fiction readers provides interesting and educational content, with activities and project work. The readers are graded at six levels, suitable for students from age 8 and older. They can support Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL).
Read and discover all about the materials that people use to make products ... How is glass made? What are microchips?
Grounded in scientific research and proven effective, this beautifully illustrated anthology meets the need of all learners in today's diverse classrooms. It includes rich, authentic literature and content-area reading.