The "classic" Scenario: English Grammar in Context, Book 3
Who It’s For: Teachers and learners who prefer a simple design with black and white text. Those involved in college, adult and secondary ESL programs, ranging in level from intermediate through Advanced. In an academically oriented class, this Book 3 is suitable for beginners to high beginners with previous English experience beyond the "Beginning" level. In a non-academic class, Book 3 could be introduced after students have completed a "Level 4" course.
Why you need it: Available for download and immediate use in crisp black and white. Or order the quantity needed to be shipped. Choose from in-stock early print run that shows its age, or select crisp black and white printed when ordered. When the need is a simple black and white, highly versatile, relevant, high - Intermediate level through Advanced grammar-based language-skills course book, that allows teachers to custom-design a challenging course that meets the needs of each group and individual. For communicative oral-skills and writing activities, practical vocabulary, subject matter (content information), group work, peer feedback, and academic writing.
What you will do:
- Assess students learning objectives - desired behavioral skills - and level of English Competencies.
- Review the content in the 15 Scenarios (situational contexts) with chapter titles that include: The Interview; An Immigration Story; A Mystery; The Stopwatch (A Fantasy Story); A Shopping Trip; Geography; Witness; The Lucky Man (A Modern Fairy Tale); Meeting People; A Relationship; A Hard Day's Work; The Employment Agency; Books, Books, Books; Sports; Current Issues;
Correlate results of Steps 1. and 2. and optimize assignments and learning for small groups and individuals
- Use content and concepts in this 224-page text to deliver useful English skills and competencies for work and life.