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The Red Box by Rex Stout

The Red Box by Rex StoutThe Red Box by Rex Stout

Murder by chocolate? That’s the premise Nero Wolfe must operate from when a beautiful woman is poisoned after indulging in a box of candy. It’s a case that the great detective—no stranger himself to overindulgence—is loath to take for a variety of reasons, including that it may require that he leave his comfortable brownstone. But he and Archie are compelled by a mystery that mixes high fashion and low motives…and a killer who may have made the deadliest mistake.

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Solutions Pre-Intermediate: Video - 2nd edition

Solutions Pre-Intermediate: Video - 2nd editionA new, refreshed edition of the five-level English course for teenagers, with a clear structure, supported approach to speaking, practice, and exam preparation still at its heart. Includes an Online Workbook and Words app for Elementary, Pre-Intermediate and Intermediate, and iTools for all levels.
Solutions has been thoroughly modernized with 80% new content to draw in students, embed the grammar and vocabulary presented, and engage them in the tasks. Its guided approach builds up every student’s confidence, through step-by-step objectives, lots of practice, meaningful personalization activities, and exam preparation tasks. 

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Inside Reading Intro: Student Book - 2nd edition
Inside Reading Intro: Student Book - 2nd editionThe Inside Series is a five-level academic skills series that helps students in higher education to succeed in their studies and beyond.
The Inside Series prepares students to understand and produce academic texts, while acquiring key academic vocabulary from the Academic Word List.
Each unit features texts and tasks from academic content areas, explicit skills instruction relevant to academic study, and targeted words from the Academic Word List.
Oxford Discover 2: Teacher's Book
Oxford Discover 2: Teacher's BookOxford Discover is a six-level course created to address the evolving needs of young learners of English in the 21st century. It is centered on the belief that language and literary skills are best taught within the framework of critical thinking and global awareness.
Close-up C1: Student Book + Audio
Close-up C1: Student Book + AudioInteresting, topical and up-to-date, Close-Up is a four-level B1 / C1 course which makes English come alive through spectacular National Geographic photography and facts carefully selected to appeal to the inquisitive minds of young teenagers. Thematically-based, Close-Up provides a plethora of interesting and diverse reading texts guaranteed to appeal to this age-group, while providing a springboard for the development of language skills required to communicate effectively about the world around us.
College writing tips constructing good arguments

College writing tips constructing good argumentsCollege writing tips constructing good arguments

Which branch of government can be considered the most powerful?  What role did stem-cell research play in the 2004 presidential election?  Or, explore the construction of race through Toni Morrisons The Bluest Eye.  Each of these require you to build an argument to show the instructor that you know the information and can logically think through it to clearly express a point or position.

Writing tips and helpful hints

Writing tips and helpful hintsWriting tips and helpful hints

Select several poems to read together in class. Have students note the length of lines and breaks, use of punctuation, and use of descriptive phrases, fragmentation, and incomplete thoughts.

Point out that rhyme is not always used in poems. Ask students if they can find other examples of rhythm besides rhyme. How does the poem sound when it is read? How should/could one read the poem? Quickly? Slowly? Loudly? Quietly?