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Quest Edn 2: Reading and Writing Student Book 2 Quest Second Edition prepares students for academic success. Quest is designed to meet the academic requirements of the new internet-based TOE FL (R)iBT. Quest provides better on-ramp materials to the TOEFL (R) iBT than any other series. Quest Second Edition parallels and accelerates the process native-speaking students go through when they prepare for success in a variety of academic subjects.Quest helps students get "up to speed" in terms of both academic content and language skills. Quest Second Edition features two complementary strands. The Reading and Writing strand books combine high-interest material from neswpapers and magazines with readings from academic texbooks. The Listening and Speaking strand contains listening strategies and practice activities based on authentic audio and video recordings from "person on the street" interviews, radio programs, and college lectures. Each student book unit focuses on a different area of university study - anthropology, art, biology, business, ecology, economics, history, literature, psychology, and sociology. The Intro level provides high-beginning springboard to series. Robust scaffolding supports students on their journey from general interest to academic content within each chapter. A lignment with TOEFL(R) iBT objectives prepares students for success on this and other standardized tests. Resource-rich Teacher's Editions with procedural notes, expansion activities, TOEFL (R) iBT test-prep tips, and tests offer an abundance of support materials for instructors. Cross-curricular and thematically-linked units provide for easy integration of Reading/Writing and Listening/Speaking strands and explore engaging topics from a wide range of academic disciplines, such as sociology
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Quest, Second Edition prepares students for academic success.About the Author:
After teaching EFL in Korea and Greece, Pam Hartmann settled in California. She has taught ESOL at UCLA Extension, USC, Santa Monica college and West Los Angeles College. She currently teaches in the college Preparatory Program at Evan Community Adult School and writes textbooks in every spare moment. She is the author of Clues to Culture, and co-author of Tense situations, Get It? Got It!, Interactions Access Reading/Writing and Interactions I & II Reading.
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Book Description McGraw Hill Higher Education, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M007110335X