It is 1852 and three young people meet for the first time in High Court of Chancery. They are the latest victims to be caught in the long-running court case of Jamdyce vs Jamdyce. A case which has caused the financial and moral breakdown of many previous claimants.
One bleak and windy evening, 8 year old Pip meets an escaped convict on the marshes. Shortly afterwards, he is summoned to Satis House, the derelict, gloomy home of the strange, reclusive Miss Havisham. Here, Pip meets and falls in love with the beautiful, cold-hearted Estella but can they ever be together?
The workbook provides a wealth of extra grammar and vocabulary material, integrated skills and learner independence work. Brainteasers and crosswords are included and there are also suggestions for follow-up work on the internet.
This is a book which does exactly what it says on the cover. It provides a huge instant repertoire of teaching ideas - including both classroom classics that all ELT teachers come to know and love - and fresh new activities at a range of levels from elementary to upper intermediate.
Straightforward is a multi-level course for adults and young adults. Based on observation of what good teachers do in the classroom, it is transparent in its structure, pragmatic in its methodology and varied in its content. This book contains 90 hours of teaching material on this course.
How do we design sentences to fit their purposes and how do we combine them to communicate complex, contextualized meanings? This work takes discourse apart to show how it is organized and how it aids communication.