Connections 2 I Interactive Student eBook with Online Practice (with Digital Resources)
Diego Pelaez Gaetz,
Diego Pelaez Gaetz
Discipline: Integrated Skills
Prix de détail: 47,95 $
Nombre de mois: 12
Format: Code de licence de produit numérique
Student-Centered for Maximum Student Involvement
This six-level General English course is designed with student output at the heart of the learning process, through a task-based approach for all four skills, as well as grammar and vocabulary acquisition.
An Enhanced Learning Experience at your Fingertips
Access Connections anytime, anywhere on the easy-to-use, flexible and comprehensive e-space platform. With their Student Book, students have access to:
- the fully-interactive version of the Student book;
- all audios and videos from the Student Book.
In addition, the Online Practice gives your students access to instantly-graded activities with supportive feedback.
The e-space platform connects teachers, learners and world-class resources, enabling you to work together, anytime and anywhere. Providing rigorous pedagogical development powered by advanced technology, it's easy to use, flexible, and uniquely comprehensive - transforming teaching, revolutionizing learning, and improving outcomes.
Go to pearsonerpi.com/connections to learn more about Connections .
Natasha Forgues has been teaching ESL for over six years in the classroom and online. She is currently teaching at Languages Across Borders in Montreal, Canada. Natasha has also contributed to various Pearson ELT publications including Leap 2, Avenues 3, and Goals, Second Edition.Diego Pelaez Gaetz
Diego Pelaez Gaetz has been teaching ESL for eight years, and is currently a teacher at Languages Across Borders in Montreal, Canada. He has contributed to several ELT textbooks for Pearson ELT, including Avenues 3 in 2018. In addition, he was a co-author of Goals, Second Edition in 2017.Diego Pelaez Gaetz
Diego Pelaez Gaetz has taught ESL for the past five years. He has contributed to many ESL textbook series in Canada and co-authored the second edition of Goals: English for Academic and Technical Communication. He has a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Concordia University and a CELTA teaching certificate