D-00.001 Scenario Book ONE: English Grammar in Context (Original Version)

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D-00.001 Scenario Book ONE: English Grammar in Context (Original Version)


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The "classic" Scenario: English Grammar in Context Book 1

Who It’s For: Teachers and learners who prefer a simple design with black and white text. Those involved  in low-level college and sophisticated adult and secondary ESL programs, ranging in level from high beginning through intermediate. In an academically oriented class, this Book (1) is suitable for beginners with previous English experience beyond the "BASIC" level. In a non-academic class, Book 1 could be introduced after students have completed an introductory 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, Beginning level grammar-based language-skills course book, that allow 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:

  1. Assess students learning objectives - desired behavioral skills - and level of English Competencies.
  2. Review the content in the 16 Scenarios (contexts) with chapter titles that include: The Show; Curiosity; The Hungry Man; The Dream; Following Instructions ; Home Sickness; Housework; The Job Interview; Questions, Questions!; A Visit to the Doctor; Holiday Customs; Roommates; Shopping Trip; We're Moving; A Miserable Date; A Holiday Scene; Gossip; The Therapist; The Fortune Teller; and Scenes.
  3. Correlate results of 1. and 2. and optimize assignments and learning for small groups and individuals
  4. Use the work and life content and concepts in this 229-page text to deliver useful English skills and competencies.