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3 Components of the course Course Book This book...

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3 Components of the course Course Book This book is used to present new language, as well as providing activities for the development of language skills. The book contains a variety of texts, including articles, websites, emails, advertisements, guidebooks, leaflets and timetables. The texts are highly illustrated and supported by clear instructions for the benefit of both teachers and students. The Course Book also provides regular opportunities for speaking practice, in the form of group discussions, pairwork, model conversations and role-plays. Workbook This book contains tasks to consolidate and practise language presented in the Course Book. The exercises also develop the skills of listening, reading and writing and help the students improve their learning skills. There are listening and speaking tasks to practise specific pronunciation points. Test booklet The test booklet contains progress tests that can be used to test the students after each unit. Each test assesses the skills of listening, reading and writing, as well as specific language points and vocabulary from the unit. Students should already be used to the idea that they will be assessed near the end of each unit. However, they will need to be reminded in advance so that they have plenty of time to revise. The teacher should guide students through each test, explaining the activities before the students begin – the students are not being assessed on their ability to understand written instructions, but on their listening, reading and writing skills. Wherever possible, the tasks in the test are very similar to tasks the students have encountered before in the Course Book or Workbook. The students are required to apply the particular listening, reading and writing sub-skills they have been practising in the unit. Tasks in the tests include: • listening to a conversation and completing notes, matching information, etc. or listening for specific words • reading and identifying topic sentences • reordering a conversation • matching sentence halves containing new vocabulary or structures • completing and correcting sentences • matching words to pictures and definitions • completing an application form with personal information • writing an email It should be possible for all the students to finish the written tests in the time given. At the end of each test, the teacher should collect all the test booklets for marking. A written record should be kept of each student’s performance in the tests. This record could usefully be broken down into different sections (reading, listening, speaking, vocabulary, writing). The allocation of marks has been left to the teacher to decide. The actual allocation of marks is less important than the consistency of marking. Consistency is necessary in order to measure the students’ progress. In the last lesson of each unit, it is advisable to review and practise any parts of the test that posed problems. This should be done before the marked tests are returned to the students, so that they are not distracted by looking at their own results. Praise the students whose test results improve over time, not just those who consistently achieve well. Website A website hosting downloadable audio MP3 files and learning resources can be accessed at www.englishforlibya.com. The audio extracts are an essential part of the course. They comprise recorded discussions, dialogues, conversations and monologues. Teacher’s Book The contents are listed at the beginning of this book. The Introduction is followed by detailed plans for every lesson. These are laid out as follows: • A box showing the lesson objectives, the new language and vocabulary presented and with 21st century skills included in the unit. • Easy-to-follow lesson notes for each individual exercise. This has been done to help teachers manage their lesson timings. Note: Timings have been included for every lesson in both the Course Book and the Workbook, with a total of 45 minutes per lesson. These timings are intended as a guide only. In some lessons, different exercises will take different amounts of time, depending on the class group. They may take more or less time than suggested. Also, teachers might sometimes want to ask pupils to do one or more of the Workbook activities as extended or independent learning. All timings are given in minutes (mins).

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