Listening Extra & Reading Extra & Speaking Extra & Writing Extra

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Listening Extra & Reading Extra & Speaking Extra & Writing Extra

Listening Extra & Reading Extra & Speaking Extra & Writing Extra
Cambridge University Press | date: 2004 | RS.COM | Paperback +Audio CD | 77+77+72 MB | Language: English

Listening Extra (List Price: $43.00)
Book (pdf) + 2 Audio CD
136 pages (April 26, 2004)
This book provides original and stimulating listening practice across a range of levels and topics. Activities are designed around authentic scenarios and help develop specific listening skills, such as listening for details, identifying emotions or listening for opinions. The recordings expose students to a variety of native and non-native accents and cover a range of genres from radio and television to academic lectures, presentations and conversational dialogues.

Reading Extra (Price: $34.60)
Book (pdf) 120 pages (April 26, 2004)
This book uses many authentic sources such as factual texts, newspaper articles, features and TV schedules, instruction manuals, everyday signs, stories, quizzes, emails and diary entries. Students are encouraged to read material on different levels and in different ways, such as reading for gist, scanning, skimming, comprehension, analysing structure, summarising and shadow reading.

Speaking Extra (Price: $32.68)
Book (pdf) + 1 Audio CD
128 pages (May 10, 2004)
This lively resource book encourages students to expand their speaking skills using role play, problem solving, puzzles, games, interviews, storytelling and discussion. Many of the speaking activities are supported by the accompanying audio CD and the recording script section at the back of the resource book.

Writing Extra (Price: $34.40)
Book (pdf) 128 pages (April 19, 2004)
Students are led step-by-step to a definite written outcome through a range of motivating activities such as role plays, discussions, games and text analysis. Each activity provides a meaningful context for real-world writing tasks such as writing e-mails, reports, letters, CVs and diaries. The book encourages students to look at the process of writing, thus developing their awareness of structure, content and their target audience.