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Global Pre-intermediate Students Book

Global Pre Intermediate book. Read reviews Be the first to ask a question about Global Pre Intermediate. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Add this book to . Global Intermediate: Student's Book. Global Pre-intermediate + eWorkbook + eBook Student's Pack The Coursebook has 15 topic-based units that appeal to adult learners with engaging material. Global Pre-Intermediate Level Business Class Student's Book Pack [Lindsay Clandfield] on medical-site.info *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Caution!.

So far, so typical. However, as you begin to dig deeper you begin to notice aspects of the book that make it quite unlike other coursebooks of a similar ilk New English File, Cutting Edge etc. This continues throughout the book, forcing the student to become aware of their own responsibilities towards their learning. This kind of learner training and reflection is an extremely welcome addition to a mainstream coursebook. These aspects of the book are examples of how it clearly credits the students with being adults. The subjects are interesting and thought-provoking and most importantly, mature. By this I mean that the book covers topics that should be interesting to most adults, as opposed to the rather vague and bland subjects that are traditionally included in EFL materials. A further example of this respect for the intelligence of its users can be seen in the excellent decision to exclude celebrities completely from the book. To generalise, I think we can teachers can use coursebooks in two different ways. There are those who are reliant on the book and use it as the foundation, framework and content provider of their lessons, and there are those are forced to used a particular book by their administrators and as a result use it as little as they can get away with. I would suggest that the first group is considerably bigger than the second, but the second is much more vocal and vociferous in making themselves heard.

However, as you begin to dig deeper you begin to notice aspects of the book that make it quite unlike other coursebooks of a similar ilk New English File, Cutting Edge etc. This continues throughout the book, forcing the student to become aware of their own responsibilities towards their learning. This kind of learner training and reflection is an extremely welcome addition to a mainstream coursebook. These aspects of the book are examples of how it clearly credits the students with being adults.

The subjects are interesting and thought-provoking and most importantly, mature. By this I mean that the book covers topics that should be interesting to most adults, as opposed to the rather vague and bland subjects that are traditionally included in EFL materials.

A further example of this respect for the intelligence of its users can be seen in the excellent decision to exclude celebrities completely from the book. Michael Harris. Home Contact us Help Free delivery worldwide. Free delivery worldwide. Bestselling Series.

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Adults are divided into five social classes, from the intelligent alphas to the worker epsilons. When a man from a wild area of the world gets to London, he criticises the society.

In the end, he has to choose between joining them or dying. Because of pollution and nuclear accidents, many women are infertile.

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New laws create the job of handmaid, a woman who can have babies for rich families. This is the story of Offred, a handmaid. Offred works for Fred, a commander, and his family.

She wonders if she can get away, and learns The author: about an underground resistance from another Margaret Atwood handmaid. Grammar There will be only three countries in the world. Write them next to the correct meanings of get in the table below.

Fahrenheit It is 24th century America. The government controls society through the media. It is criminal to be an The author: Ray intellectual. The population gets all their information from the television. Guy Montag is a fireman. They burn books at a temperature of degrees. One day Montag meets the young Clarisse, who makes him question the society he lives in.

Soon Montag gets interested in the books he is supposed to destroy. Write five predictions for a future utopia.

Soon Montag gets interested in the books … Meaning of get become Examples getting tired receive arrive 2 Match the phrasal verbs with get to the correct definitions.

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