Market Leader, 3rd Ed. Extra - Upper Intermediate | Active Teach CD-ROM
Collection: Market Leader
Discipline: Business English
Prix de détail: 142,95 $
Everything you need to teach on one disk
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ActiveTeach provides the Course Book in digital format, offering:
- Course Book pages with zoom features.
- Video interviews and case study commentaries.
- Class audio with time coded audio scripts.
- Interactive activities.
- Phonetic charts.
- Teacher notes and printable worksheets.
- iGlossary, Grammar reference and Writing Files.
- Help videos.
David Cotton studied Economics at the University of Reading and did an MA in French Language and Literature at the University of Toronto. He has over 44 years teaching and training experience, and is co-author of the successful Market Leader and Business Class course books. He has taught in Canada, France and England, and has been visiting lecturer in many universities overseas. Previously, he was Senior Lecturer at London Metropolitan University. He frequently gives talks at EFL conferences.David Falvey
David Falvey studied Politics, Philosophy and Economics at the University of Oxford and did his MA in TEFL at the University of Birmingham. He has lived in Africa and the Middle East and has teaching, training and managerial experience in the UK and Asia, including working as a teacher trainer at the British Council in Tokyo. He was previously Head of the English Language Centre at London Metropolitan University. David is co-author of the successful business English course Market Leader.Simon Kent
Simon Kent studied History at the University of Sheffield, and has an M.A. in History and Cultural Studies. He has over 25 years’ teaching experience, including three years as an in-company trainer in Berlin at the time of German reunification. He has spent the majority of his career in higher education in the UK where he has taught on and directed programmes of business, general and academic English.