What's different about the THIRD edition of New Headway Pre-Inter mediate ? 90% new texts and topics ; Streamlined syllabus ; Integrated writing syllabus and pairwork activities ; Music of English boxes focusing on stress and intonation ; Streamlined Grammar Reference with integrated practice exercises ; Fresh new design ; Interactive practice CD-ROM with dictation and video excerpts.
New Headway is the course teachers and learners can rely on. Why? An authoritative integrated syllabus, motivating topics, and clearly focused tasks combine with a real understanding of what works in the classroom. It all makes for effective teaching and effective learning. Tried and tested all over the world, it's probably the most popular course ever written
Headway is for students who want to use English accurately and fluently, and to communicate with ease in both social and everyday situatiuons. This latest addition to the Headway family offers the beginner and false beginner all the best features of the Headway package plus the newer features of 'Everyday English' sections, an integrated vocabulary syllabus, and revision and self-access sections after every four units.
Oxford University Press, 2009 - 159 pages
The long-awaited new edition of Headway Intermediate for adults and young adults, still using the same successful format and a similar syllabus, but containg 95% new material.
A new six-level grammar practice series for primary pupils aged 6 to 12 which provides an introduction to grammatical concepts and written practice of them. The step-by-step grammar presentations introduce form, use and meaning in a way that even young beginner learners can understand and remember. The series was written to support the syllabus of Family and Friends but is an ideal supplement to any elementary general English course.
English for International Tourism is a multi-level course for students who need English for professional communication in the hotel and tourism industries. Illustrated with material from Dorling Kindersley’s Eyewitness Travel Guide series and authentic material from companies within the tourist industry this, the intermediate level book, presents effective communication strategies for workplace situations such as giving advice, taking bookings and dealing with complaints.
It has a carefully graded, structural syllabus which provides steady progression in all four skills.
The emphasis on grammar and vocabulary acquisition is combined with many opportunities for lively communicative tasks.
New language is presented in context through picture stories and a variety of entertaining characters. Practice and reinforcement is provided by child-centred activities such as songs, rhymes, and games.
Colourful illustrations and photographs provide visual explanations and make the pages bright and attractive.
The main aim of this book is to describe the UK taxation system in sufficient depth and
with sufficient clarity to meet the needs of those undertaking a first course of study in
taxation. The book has not been written with any specific syllabus in mind but will be
useful to students who are preparing for any of the following examinations:
It is the policy of the University to consider membership in organizations that would
promote the advancement of education and research, enhance the professional
standing of its administrative personnel, and facilitate favorable campus-community
It is often in the best interest of the university to consolidate payment of multiple
individual membership fees into a single institutional membership. The Chancellor
retains approval authority for memberships in organizations of universities and
colleges and community organizations.
we have moved away from a grammatical syllabus to a communicative syllabus, and at this writing, there seems to be growing interest in a content-based syllabus. Viewed in terms of what has actu¬ally happened in classrooms, most of us have em¬phasized the facilitation of communication and meaning and de-emphasized the teaching of forms.
Nowadays, the creative industries are increasingly recognised as a major sector in
the economy. NESTA, (2004) estimates its contribution to be 7.9% of GDP in the
UK, with 1% of this figure accounted for by the design industry, compared with 3.4%
for the automotive industry. It should be noted that NESTA’s definition of creative
industries is wider than the definitions used for design
The total income for the UK design industry in 2003 was £3.2 billion (British Design
). The turnover of the commercial design industry in the UK fell
between 2003 and 2004, by...