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  • (BQ) New Cambridge Advanced English will help you to develop all your skills in English: speaking, listening, reading and writing — as well as helping to develop your vocabulary and improve your grammar. You'll find exercises and activities in each unit that concentrate on different skills, helping you to revise and consolidate what you already know, and to develop and extend your knowledge further.

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  • Lecture Chapter 6: Listening comprehension tests presented Careful selected practice materia an effective way of developing listening skill used for testing listening comprehension .an awareness of ways in which the spoken language differs from the written language is crucially important in testing listening comprehension skills.

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  • For focus on English lessons, teachers and parents to choose books and teaching combined with games, photo fun and interesting. Tailieu.VN referrals to your book Tactics for listening basic. Hope this is useful material for you.

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  • (BQ)This is includes units: First day; all about you; at the internet cafe; let's go; what time is it; describing yourself; how will i know you; what's on TV; planning your day; free time; let's eat; at home; sunny or sloudy; on the block; downtown; let's celebrate.

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  • American educators advocate an ideal of close, friendly relationships between teachers and students. But this ideal is not necessarily shared by the majority of your counterparts. Many of these teachers put the highest priority on respect. This is not to say that they discount friendship with their students, but it has to be a friendship built on a respect which acknowledges the teacher's authority. Does this mean keeping a distance from your students? Not necessarily.

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  • Once students undertake this project, your role is to help them understand the science of what’s happening by asking questions. I am always amazed that students cannot answer the most basic questions about the experiment, such as “What did the car do?” Until they understand that you will hold them responsible for looking, listening, and understanding, they will take the easy way out: “I don’t know.” If they say they didn’t see what happened, direct them to run the experiment again with the forewarning that you will ask the same question immediately afterward.

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  • Read, follow, and listen. You probably won’t get much in the way of results from blogging until you know what and how to write. The best way to do that, and by the way something I’ve done and continue to do daily, is read lots of blogs. Follow lots of people who point out interesting reads, listen using RSS and bookmarking sites like Delicious, and read every question your prospects and customers voice. Use an RSS reader such as Google Reader to make it very easy to listen to lots of content and then get a little notebook and carry...

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  • Join a support group. Cancer support groups provide support for people with cancer. These groups allow you to meet others with the same problems. You will have a chance to talk about your feelings and listen to other people talk about theirs. You can find out how others cope with cancer, chemotherapy, and side effects. Your doctor, nurse, or social worker may know about support groups near where you live. Some support groups also meet online (over the Internet), which can be helpful if you cannot travel....

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  • Many readers of this book will have attended conferences and listened to doctors making presentations. Think about these presentations. Which ones were memorable and why? Communication is, by definition, a two-way process – an interaction.

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  • Cartoon Santa drawing might seem harder than it really is, but have no fear as soon as you finish this tutorial you'll know that there isn't really all that much to him. As usual, we'll break him down to simple shapes and build on those shapes to create a very jolly, very fat cartoon Santa. One last note - remember to draw lightly when making your first lines on the page. I know I say this with every lesson but some of my students don't seem to listen to this important steps and when it is time to finish...

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  • Careful selected practice materia an effective way of developing listening skill used for testing listening comprehension .an awareness of ways in which the spoken language differs from the written language is crucially important in testing listening comprehension skills

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  • Listen ! somebody (sing ) 3. How often (you /read )a newspaper ? 4 The sun always( rise )in the east .look! it( rise )now 5. I (hear) you ,I know what you (say ) 6. The concert (start) at 7.30 this evening 7.Ann ,We go to town ,(you /come )with us ? 8.She (have ) coffee for breakfast every morning 9. I (see) that you( wear )your best clothes.

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  • Teaching Points: Getting familiar to the textbook and introducing the curriculum. 1. Revision. Simon says: Stand up Sit down Pick up your pen Put down your pen Open your book Close your book Come here Go to the board 2. Presentation. Getting to know the textbook Ss read the questions in the handouts and try to find the answers by themselves. Listen and repeat Read Write in your lesson notebooks Copy off the board Turn to page (14) Look / Don’t look Look at exercise (4) Handout 1.

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  • I. Objectives:- By the end of the lesson, the Ss may listen and know the places around their houses, describe the places near their houses. II.Language contents: - Grammar: Simple present tense : There is ... / there are ... - Vocabulary: review: town, city, village... III. Techniques: Rub out and remember, chain game, group works, pair works, ask and answer. IV. Teaching aids: lesson plan, textbook, pictures page 64 and cassette . V. Procedures: 1. Warm up (5’) - Greeting What is near your house? -? -? - ? ... 2. Check up (3’) read & write vocabulary...

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  • Reading, Listening, Speaking, and Writing. Take the quizzes and check your answers. Although you need to know more English than it is possible to include in one chapter, this review will help you apply the English you know to the test situation. You will improve your English proficiency as measured by the TOEFL

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  • Let the students listen in" on your thought processes as you decide why answers are incorrect and which answer choice is correct. Uso the explanatory answers in tho book to help you. For example, you might say, Ml know that A is not correct because the professor did not include this research in his lecture. Choice B looks possible, but it is not complete.

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  • You must study the questions and the answer choices during the time given for this activity. If you do not do this, you will not know what kind of information you should he listening for and you will not be ready to write your answers.

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  • You should take notes in your question booklet as you listen. You can circle possible answers and change your mind later when you transfer your answers to the answer sheet. If you dont know an answer, you can guess, However, there is a penalty lor wrong answers. Make sure you think you are fight. It you guess wrong, you will lose a point.

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  • Homophone are words of the same language that are pronounced alike even of they differ in spelling, meaning, or origin, such as " pair", and " pear". Homophones may also bi spelled alike, as in " bear" ( the animal) and " bear" ( to carry). Other common homophones are write and right, meet and meat, peace and piece. You have to listen to the context to know which word someone means if they’re spoken aloud. If they say they like your jeans (genes?), they’re probably talking about your pants and not your height and eye color — but you’d...

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