Student learn more, remember more, and can use grammar more appropriately when they learn language in context. Grammar in Context is an ideal program for students who want to learn grammar through comprehensive explanations, culturally rich readings, and numerous practice and writing activities.-- Short readings present and illustrate the target grammatical structure in an interesting and meaningful context.-- Readings about American fife and customs, stories about famous people and events, and contemporary issues help new Americans understand the U.S.-- Grammar charts and Language Notes use simple and clear language to explain structures.-- An extensive array of exercises keeps the classroom lively and targets a variety of learning styles.-- Expansion activities, such as pair work, group discussions, writing activities, and other outside activities, help students use their language to communicate.-- Editing advice addresses common grammar and writing troubles, and shows students how to correct them.-- A test at the end of every chapter reviews all of the grammar learned.-- Instructor's Manuals include quizzes and answer keys.-- For multimedia grammar practice, try Grammar 3D.
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Grammar in Context, Book 1 is the first of a 3 part grammar series for adult ESL students. This series of worktexts is designed for the high beginning to low advanced instructional levels. This series is unique among grammar texts in its use of culturally rich, informative readings to present and illustrate the target grammar, and to stimulate interest in the topic.Product Description:
Split texts offer half the material for short courses.
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Book Description Longman Higher Education, 1991. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 673392570