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Activate your English with Get Ahead. This 3-level course combines a focus on grammar and vocabulary with a structured approach to learning functional language for successful communication.
Get Ahead is a brand new 3-level secondary course that focuses on developing all 4 language skills. Its communicative approach to language learning will get your students talking. Students are first provided with vocabulary and grammar input, and then they have the opportunity to activate this learning through communicative activities.
This CD contains precise and concise instructions on all key phases of Brain Respiration, including Energy Sensitivity training to the five main stages of Brain Respiration and Power Brain Training. You can follow along the whole CD or pick a specific track that you like. To awaken and stimulate the brain effectively, mostly acoustic and natural sounds were used and electronic sounds were excluded. Brain Respiration trains the brain using three interrelated and distinct elements:
A section from the podcast brought by British Council. The series consists of 9 episodes and is supplied with exersices and transcripts. The series develops listening and speaking skills and is very popular with students.
Carolina is from Venezuela and she’s come to England to live, study and have fun. Listen to what happens to her.
Live Beat is a new four-level course that keeps teenage students motivated and focused to achieve better learning outcomes. It builds on the successful approach used by the same authors in the bestselling Upbeat course.Students can enter the course at any of the four levels. Levels 2, 3 and 4 include starter units to revise and consolidate the key grammar and vocabulary before moving on. Diagnostic tests, which are a part of the extensive testing and assessment package, help you decide which level to start with.