Builds on students' natural curiosity: modules offer a mix of fantasy, everyday topics and interesting facts about the world. Encourages learner independence - introductory module teaches students how to learn. Expands vocabulary and improves dictionary skills: a mini dictionary at the back of the Stunts'; Book contains definitions of the most important new words in the course. Develops fluency: integrated skills work encourages all round fluency. Motivates students: active `Language Focus' sections encourages students top discover for themselves show language works.
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David Mower has many years' experience as an English teacher in locations as diverse as Manchester and Casablanca. For several years he taught Spanish teenagers at the British Council for Young Learners, before moving to Kensington School in Madrid where he taught 11-17 year olds. Together with Michael Harris he is the co-author of World Class (Longman, 1994), World Club (Longman, 2000) and Opportunities (Longman, 2000).Michael Harris has taught in Spain, Bolivia and Colombia. From 1982 to 1992 he taught at the British Institute for Young Learners in Madrid, where he was responsible for setting up the Junior Department (11-14 year olds). From 1992 to 1996 he also taught English at the University of Alcala de Henares. At the moment he is involved in teacher training in Spain and other parts of the world. Michael is the co-author of World Class (Longman, 1994), Worldcup (Longman, 2000) and the new five-level secondary course Opportunities (Longman, 2002 Website: www.longman.com/opportunities). He has also published articles and methodology books on the following topics: Syllabus design; self-assessment: continuos assessment and testing: learner development: oral skills: culture and language learning.
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Book Description Longman, 1993. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # 9780582053205