All students want to succeed and you want to create great lessons so that they can do so. Both you and your students now have the opportunity to make every lesson successful. Your students will enjoy every minute of their course, thanks to the inspiring and up-to-date topics and Culture Shocks, will be motivated and self-confident in their use of English with activities that help students both understand (Work it Out) and internalise grammar rules (Check it Out) and avoid common mistakes (Mind the Trap) will become communicatively competent for the outside world and their future careers with a syllabus that focuses on communication in real-world contexts (Speak Out)
The Economist is a global weekly magazine written for those who share an uncommon interest in being well and broadly informed. Each issue explores the close links between domestic and international issues, business, politics, finance, current affairs, science, technology and the arts.
WorldView, a four-level course for adults, covers a wide range of compelling topics from an international perspective. Its trademark two-page lessons ensure that students stay focused on clear and attainable language goals. With its flexible format and course components, WorldView responds to a variety of course needs. Short units build fluency by focusing on specific language targets. The Self-Study Audio CD coordinates with the Student Book and Workbook to extend listening and pronunciation practice outside of class.
Are you learning English? Or are you an English teacher? Either way... if you're looking for a fun and interesting English magazine for learning or teaching English then you've come to the right place. Hot English magazine is a leading English resource. Its fun and colourful approach to teaching real English as it's spoken by native speakers is popular around the world. Loved by both students and teachers, there's something for everyone and all levels in Hot English magazine.
A new four level course for today's students in today's classroom. Solid grammar and lexical syllabus provides variety and challenge Language presented in meaningful modern contexts through texts and dialogues Culture sections - students reflect on differences between themselves and others Full multimedia suite including 'Interactive DVD' and 'Active Teach' software Exam preparation and multiple intelligence approach Full teachers' support
When Black Beauty is trained to carry a rider on his back, or to pull a carriage behind him, he finds it hard at first. But he is lucky - his first home is a good one, where his owners are kind people, who would never be cruel to a horse.
But in the nineteenth century many people were cruel to their horses, whipping them and beating them, and using them like machines until they dropped dead. Black Beauty soon finds this out, and as he describes his life, he has many terrible stories to tell.