LEAP 1 - Reading and Writing | Book + eText + My eLab STUDENT (12 months)
Auteur: Dr. Ken Beatty
Prix de détail: 60,95 $
Nombre de pages: 184
Format: Produit de détail, articles multiples
LEAP 1 is the first level of a comprehensive 4-level English for Academic Purposes (EAP) course for young adults available in two strands: listening/speaking and reading/writing. LEAP features a cross-curricular approach to teaching students the skills they need to thrive in academic contexts, while helping them develop critical thinking skills and academic vocabulary. Texts featuring interesting global themes across a range of disciplines prepare students for college reading and listening requirements. LEAP has clear goals and objectives aligned with the GSE and CEFR standards.
LEAP 1 Reading and Writing includes three texts per chapter. Students practise high-frequency vocabulary and learn academic words through focused vocabulary tasks. They review grammar notions that they apply in writing tasks. Reading and Writing focuses introduce students to strategies in a step-by-step fashion that students apply in warm-up and final assignments. A critical thinking focus helps students reflect and synthesize ideas. A models chapter serves as a handy reference for the writing types included in the book.
Access to My eLab and eText allows students to consolidate what they learn in class. My eLab provides students with extra online resources and practice in reading, writing and listening. All activities are self-graded, allowing students to get instant feedback and to track their personal progress. Teachers have access to a gradebook to view students' results and progress.
Dr. Ken Beatty, TESOL Professor at Anaheim University, has worked in schools and universities in Canada, Asia and the Middle East and lectured widely on language teaching and learning from the primary through university levels. He is author of 130+ textbooks, including six books in the Learning English for Academic Purposes (LEAP) series. He has led more than 300 teacher-training sessions in 31 countries and given more than 100 conference presentations.