STRAIGHTFORWARD INTERMEDIATE SB WITH WEBCODE - 2ND ED
For ease of use and practicality Straightforward Second Edition is structured to provide one lesson per double-page spread (A/B/C/D), lasting around 90 minutes. This version also comes with a unique code to access Straightforward Practice Online. The site provides numerous additional; resources for students. Accessed through a unique code in the back of the Student´s Book it provides additional practice related to each unit in the Student´s Book, an interactive wordlist to help students master vocabulary, wordlists and reference guides for student reference, resources ofr teachers. Teachers will be able to ´link up´ with a class to monitor their students´ progress. ONLINE PRACTICE - Over 130 online resources including bonus interactive listening, vocabulary, reading, grammar and pronunciation activities to consolidate learning from the print components, CEF Checklists, reading worksheets, video, interactive word lists with pronunciation practice and bespoke practice. GRAMMAR - Clear and uncomplicated grammar explanations present new grammar elements. Students are always supported by the Language Reference pages at the back of their book allowing them to further work on a difficult area and understand the language. VOCABULARY - Difficult and out of context words from the text are presented in the glossary so students are not distracted by these lexical hurdles. READING - Texts are accessible for the relevant level, realistic and from a variety of different sources/contexts. FUNCTIONAL LANGUAGE - Student´s are not expected to learn in a vacuum and their interests and curiosities are met with ´Did you know´ sections. CEF/SELF ASSESSMENT - Each unit culminates in a self assessment box so students can check and monitor their own progress and become more independent learners. The checklist is a selection of clear ´can-do´ statements and therefore links to the CEF and portfolio elements of the course. FUNCTIONAL LANGUAGE - This section helps students to deal with common, every-day situations in an English-speaking environment - what we might think of as survival language.