Connections 3 I Student Book with Online Practice Split B (with Digital Resources)
Discipline: Integrated Skills
Prix de détail: 29,95 $
Format: Produit de détail, articles multiples
- SPLIT EDITION B -
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.
Teach Your Way
Lessons in Connections can be completed in the order presented, or in any other order that best suits your curriculum or teaching style. Each lesson is self-contained, and while all lessons are cohesive and relate to the unit theme, the separate lessons don't rely on each other, allowing for greater teaching flexibility.
Connections offers ample vocabulary practice and support, and its approach to vocabulary acquisition varies according to context or specific needs. Vocabulary words focus on higher frequency words from the Longman 9000 list, and are introduced in the context of reading, listening, and watching. Vocabulary can be taught prior to a task where the vocabulary is key to comprehension, or will be deduced from context, a necessary skill in everyday life.
Student-Centered Grammar Approach
The Connections grammar approach is varied in order to meet the needs of different learner types, sometimes inductive, sometimes deductive, and always student-centred.
- Every unit has two grammar lessons.
- Each grammar lesson has a related handout, allowing the students additional practice of the grammar notion and to engage in free grammar practice
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.
Go to pearsonerpi.com/connections to learn more about Connections .
Ken Lackman started teaching EFL and developing materials in Prague in 1995. Since that time, he has also served as an academic director and a CELTA trainer. He is currently working as an EAP instructor at Ryerson University in Toronto and as a freelance writer. He has written or co-written over 20 books and has had several articles published in English Teaching Professional. He is a frequent presenter at conferences in Canada as well as at the IATEFL conference in the UK.Afshin Vatandoost
Afshin Vatandoost is an English teacher, teacher educator, and curriculum designer, with an MA in ELT and over 28 years’ experience in the field of English language teaching. He has taught English, educated teachers in various programs including CELTA and TESOL, developed curricula and materials, and presented in Canada, Iran, and Mexico. Currently, he is an ESL and EAP teacher at ILSC Toronto, and he continues his other ELT-related activities internationally.