Teaching English / ELT
RECENT ARRIVALS in Teaching English / ELT From Infinity Books Japan
By Jones, Leo
Cambridge University Press. 2002. Paperback. Very Good. Let's Talk is a three-level speaking and listening series that takes studen ts from a high-beginning to a high-intermediate level. The Teacher's Manual provides clear, step-by-step notes on how to use the Student's Book in cla ss. Also included are warm-up and extension activities, glossaries, additio nal classroom activities, answer keys, and complete listening scripts of th e recordings.
New Headway: Teacher's Book Pre-intermediate level: Six-level General Engli sh Course for Adults (Headway ELT)
By Sayer, Mike
Oxford University Press. 2007. Paperback. Very Good. The world's best-selling adult English course - a perfectly-balanced syllab us, strong grammar focus, and full support for your pre- intermediate class.
Oxford Practical English grammar of Walter and Swan - Part B: connected to the modification (Obunsha ELT Books) (2006) ISBN: 401
By Swan, Michael
Oxford University Press. Original Wraps. Near Fine. A tight clean softcover, no markings throughout, NOT an ex-lib edition.
By Buckingham, Angela
Macmillan Education. 2001. Paperback. Very Good. Includes CD: "Get Real!" is a four-level course in American English that has been developed for learners of English in East Asia. It has been specifically created to meet the needs of East Asian students in terms of level, pace, approach, cultural relevance and design. Key features are: familiarizing students with the English they are most likely to hear, by exposing them to a variety of regional and international accents; introduction to new language in culturally appropriate contexts through a wide range of topics. Students personalize what they learn and talk about their own ideas and interests; acknowledging that most students have limited time to learn English in the classroom. The course presents and practices language through realistic and achievable exercises to give students a real sense of accomplishment; each unit comprises A and B lessons. Lesson A introduces core grammar with known vocabulary. Lesson B recycles this grammar while introducing new vocabulary. This approach allows students to learn in a manageable way; as well as constant recycling of grammar and vocabulary, which is a built-in feature of "Get Real!" , regular review units enable students to revisit language systematically; and it can be used in 50-minute and 90-minute lessons, thanks to the flexibility provided by the grammar check and activity sections in the back of the student book. The components for "Get Real!" include: student's book, with student audio CD and start up vocabulary book; teacher's guide - including unit-by-unit teaching notes, photocopiable supplementary activities, photocopiable course tests, and full answer keys; workbook
By Reilly, Vanessa
Oxford University Press, USA. 1997. Paperback. Near Fine. A crisp clean softcover, no markings throughout, NOT an ex-lib edition: This book includes activities with practical ideas and advice for teaching English to very young students.
Teaching English Language Learners: Literacy Strategies and Resources for K -6 (Tools for Teaching Literacy)
By EdD, Shelley Hong Xu
The Guilford Press. 2010. Paperback. Fine. A crisp clean softcover, no markings throughout, NOT an ex-library edition: Grounded in research and practical expertise, this volume helps K- 6 teachers skillfully support all of their English language learners (ELLs)-from a single student to an entire classroom. Ideas for teaching ELLs across different grade and proficiency levels include ways to link instruction to students' lived experiences, use a variety of motivating print and electronic texts and materials, engage families, and conduct effective assessments. Chapters are packed with tools and activities for promoting ELLs' development in oral language, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension, writing, and grammar. Handy reproducibles and "Voice from the Classroom" teacher vignettes enhance the utility of the book.
By Parrott, Martin
Cambridge University Press. 2000. Paperback. Fine. A crisp clean softcover, no markings throughout, NOT an ex-lib edition: This book helps teachers to develop their understanding of English grammar. Grammar for English Language Teachers provides an accessible reference for planning lessons and clarifying learners' problems. It includes a typical difficulties section in each chapter, which explores learners' problems and mistakes and offers ways of overcoming them.
By O'Neill, Robert
Longman. 1971. Paperback. Good+.
By Knight, Kevin
Longman Asia Ltd ,Hong Kong. 2002. Paperback. Very Good+. A crisp clean softcover, no markings throughout.
By Gershon, Steven
Longman. 2003. Paperback. Fine. A crisp clean softcover, no markings throughout:(includes cd & phrase book)
By Maybin, Don W
Macmillan Language House. 2007. Paperback. As New. A crisp clean softcover, no markings throughout.
By Soars, John
Oxford University Press. 1989. Paperback. Very Good. This is a multi-level course, supported by a broad range of supplementary m aterial, which targets both accuracy and fluency in all four language skill s. About the Author Liz and John Soars are highly experienced teachers and teacher-trainers, well-known for their contributions to EFL teaching and methodology.
By Molinsky, Steven J
Prentice Hall. 1987. Paperback. Good. A basal series for adult learners that integrates lifeskill topics, functio ns and grammar. A variety of role-playing, co-operative learning, critical thinking, problem-solving and community tasks offer student- centred learnin g.
By Wilson, Warren
Pearson Education. 1999. Paperback. Very Good. Crisp and clean no markings throughout: Fifty-Fifty provides conversational listening and speaking practice. Realistic listening tasks and solid pair and group work, are all designed to reduce learner anxiety and promote language acquisition.
By Murphy, John
Oxford University Press. 2002. Paperback. Near Fine. A crisp clean softcover, no markings throughout: This is the first four levels of a new video series to accompany the "New H eadway". About the Author Liz and John Soars are highly experienced teachers and teacher-trainers, well-known for their contributions to EFL teaching and methodology.
By Richards, Jack C
Cambridge University Press. 1990. Paperback. Very Good. A crisp clean softcover, no markings throughout: 'The Interchange series is ... a standard for the ESL publishing industry. Dr Richards has created a very successful tool useful for not only instructing your students but also for inspiring them ... the immediate benefits of using Interchange show themselves very quickly: while the students learn the language in a way that is natural and interesting to them, the teacher learns more about his or her own teaching style (as well as new and effective ways to instruct an ESL class) ... a highly recommendable set of books to use.' Korea,TESOL Journal
By Harmer, Jeremy
Longman. 1992. Paperback. Very Good. This volume is part of a four-stage American English course for secondary s tudents. Based on a structural syllabus, it takes students from beginning t o pre-intermediate level. The student books in the series focus on listenin g and speaking skills and contain 34 lessons, with extra exercises at the e nd of each unit. At the top of each page, new language is highlighted so th at both students and teachers can see what the target of each lesson is. Th e exercises and activities provided are guided and task-based. The first tw o student books are set in a West Coast high school, aiming to give pupils a feeling for the lives of their US counterparts. The last two have a great er focus on reading and factual knowledge.
By Harmer, Jeremy
Longman. 1993. Paperback. Very Good. This volume is part of a four-stage American English course for secondary s tudents. Based on a structural syllabus, it takes students from beginning t o pre-intermediate level. The teacher's manuals in the series provide unit- by-unit rationale and guidance on how to present new language items. The te aching notes recognize that teaching situations and classes differ and allo w teachers to choose the most appropriate approach for their particular sit uation.
By Lonergan, Jack
Cambridge University Press. 1984. Paperback. Fine. A crisp clean softcover, no markings, throughout. Bibliography: p. 126- 129. Includes index.(fourth printing)