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Oxford English: An International Approach Students' Book 1

With a fresh, unique approach to English, this enquiry based series provides support for ESL and mainstream students in all of the four language skills making it the perfect resource for international schools.

Authors: Rachel Redford

Suitable for:  For students aged 11-12 who have English as a strong second language or English as a first language. Designed to suit a number of curriculum including MYP and CIE, the full series will prepare students for the IGCSE in English as a Second Language.

Price:  £19.50

ISBN: 978-0-19-912664-4
Publication date: 10/09/2009
Paperback: 168 pages
Dimensions: 276x219mm

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Description

This new course provides students and teachers with current, meaningful, and practical activities along a thematic approach to help students to develop skills, gain confidence and enjoy the study of English.

Each book provides reading, writing, listening and speaking activities that support the development of skills, knowledge, values and attitudes. The contents link up with internationally relevant and topical issues, helping students relate the study of English to other subject areas and understand the wider importance of their study, building their enthusiasm.


Features

  • Comprehensive course of study supporting the four language skills in a practical yet enquiry based framework
  • Content that introduces global contexts and issues to encourage critical thinking, self-discovery and problem-solving
  • Plenty of cross curricular links, helping students understand the relevance of their learning
  • Teacher's Guides link activities to concepts and provide worksheets to extend learning and understanding
  • Bright and colourful design is thoroughly student-friendly, increasing motivation
  • Content is truly international, including fiction and non-fiction texts sourced from all over the world on subjects students can relate to

This page was last updated on 16 January 2019 at 04:30 GMT

Reviews

  • The chapters are wide enough to offer a lot of teacher input and involvement, the topics are wide enough to stray from what's on offer in the book, and there's enough substance in the three chapters we've looked at so far to stick to the text if we want to. - Katherine Kells, Lorentz Lyceum, Netherlands
  • It lends the MYP English Programme a degree of structure without losing any of the flexibility to bring in your own ideas. - Andrew Macoustra, International School of the Hannover Region, Germany
  • These books are excellent. The reading matter and the images are thoroughly international and the questions are naturally engaging, so they are good for any curriculum. Every student is bound to find something to like and to identify with. The grammar practice is easy for students to follow, and it has super vocabulary building exercises. It's a great resource for native speakers as well as EAL students. - Gilly Halfpenny, Vienna International School, Austria
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Table of Contents

1: Water, water
2: Climate
3: Air
4: Catastrophes
5: Feeding the world

6: Wildlife
7: Living together
8: Changing places
9: Identity
10: Community