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It takes a structured approach to grammar. Oxford University Press. With fully revised texts and topics, refreshed design and artwork, and brand new digital resources, the New Headway Talking Points is a great book for the Mature Exams but also can be used for any intermediate level. Workbook with Key. They want to go back before they move forward.
Teacher's Notes. Teacher's Book with Teacher's Resources.
What's this in English? It is also suitable for students who have already learned a little English, perhaps some years ago, but who don't yet feel confident enough to move on.
They want to go back before they move forward. New language is introduced gradually and methodically, in measured amounts, and in a logical order.
Listening material is provided across two class CDs. Vocabulary has been selected carefully to avoid overloading. There are many controlled practice activities, which aim to give beginners the confidence to proceed, but there is also some simple skills work, which incorporates manageable communicative activities appropriate for low-level students.
In the Everyday English sections, we deal with social and functional language, and survival skills.
It contains additional printable material to support the teacher with the course. There are 14 communicative class activities, and all the testing materials - Unit tests, Stop and check tests, Progress tests, and Skills tests with audio files. It also contains the Students Book reference materials - Tapescripts, Word list, and Grammar Reference with related grammar exercises.
New Headway. Liz and John Soars. The course combines the best of traditional methods with more recent approaches to help students use English accurately and fluently, and provides a fully comprehensive language teaching series from beginner to advanced.
New Headway Beginner is a new full-length foundation course in basic English for absolute beginners,or for those who have learned a little English but lack confidence to build on it. It provides a solid introduction to the structure of the language, gradually building students' understanding of basic grammar, equipping them with key vocabulary, and giving them skills to 1 with simple social situations.
New Headway Elementary can be used by both true and false beginners. New Headway Pre-Intermediate provides a syllabus progression from elementary to upper-intermediate level.
It takes a structured approach to grammar. Grammatical structures are introduced in context, with questions that encourage students to work out the rules for themselves. A vocabulary syllabus concentrates on three key areas: Integrated skills work is an important feature of the course.
New Headway Intermediate - This new intermediate course provides approximately hours of language learning.
It fits neatly between Headway Pre-Intermediate, and Headway Upper-Intermediate, and together with Headway Elementary and Headway Advanced provides a comprehensive language teaching series for today's classrooms. New Headway Upper-Intermediate recognizes that learners at this level require a different approach to language learning.
It moves away from examining language items in isolation, exploring grammatical areas in greater depth so that students begin to perceive the systems that underlie the language.