*Fifty stimulating and easy to teach lessons with a clear language focus *'Round-up' lessons revise and draw together the previous four lessons with additional practice in reading, listening and writing *Lessons contain dialogues and texts, pictures, language exercises, reading texts, writing tasks and listening activities *'Look!' boxes highlight points of grammar language which need special explanation *'Did you know?'/'Joke time!' -- small factual items and simple jokes which are linked to the lesson either thematically or linguistically *Projects -- an occasional feature which is linked to the theme of the lesson. It aims to take the students outside the textbook, to develop reference and study skills and to link English to the general curriculum *Grammar summary in each Round-up lesson give an overview of the system behind the language the students have been learning *Word lists -- active word lists for students to learn are printed lesson-by-lesson in the reference section at the end of the Students' Book
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Brian is a well-known writer of many series of best-selling ELT text books, mainly co-written with Ingrid Freebairn. He is most famous for titles such as Strategies, Discoveries, Flying Start, Blueprint, American Blueprint, and most recently, the original Snapshot. In the course of his long career, Brian has been active in the Society of Authors and professional ELT organisations. He has taught and lectured widely in Europe, the Middle East, the Far East, Australia and Latin America. He now lives in London where he concentrates on producing materials for ELT. Ingrid Freebairn has worked in ELT since 1978 as a teacher, teacher trainer and writer. She is co-author with Brian Abbs of the following Longman course books: Strategies, Discoveries, Blueprint and Snapshot. She also co-authored with Hilary Rees-Parnall the Grammar ROM and the FCE Grammar ROM, also published by Longman. In the course of her work, Ingrid has travelled widely in Europe and Latin America. Steve Elsworth has a BA and an MA in English from Lancaster University. He started his career teaching English in Turkey in 1977, a time which also included writing materials and working with Turkish Radio. On his return to the UK, Steve taught for two years at International House, London. He also spent time in Oran, Algeria, setting up an English programme at the Institute of Telecommunications, Steve has taught short-term courses in English for Accountancy at the European Business School, London. Steve Elsworth is the author of over twenty-five ELT titles, including material for the best-selling Longman courses, Discoveries and Strategies. In the mid-1980s, Steve took time off from ELT, writing for various newspapers on acid rain and air pollution. He worked as an environmental consultant for, among others, the Swedish and Canadian governments, and wrote two books on the environment during this period, Acid Rain (1984) and A Dictionary of the Environment (1990). Steve worked for Greenpeace as a Campaign Director from 1988 to 1992, a period which gave him extensive media experience. Steve is now a full-time writer of ELT materials. With Jim Rose, he is the successful author of 'Go!' and 'Energy'.
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Descripción Sep 29, 1986. Estado de conservación: New. expédition sécurisée immédiate.destockage de magasin. Nº de ref. de la librería 0890DD7D47F3
Descripción Longman, 1986. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería 9780582514065