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Cambridge English Empower for Spanish Speakers combines course content from Cambridge University Press with validated assessment from the experts at Cambridge English Language Assessment, and offers specific help for Spanish speakers.
Cambridge English Empower for Spanish Speakers offers a unique mix of engaging classroom material and reliable assessment, plus personalised online practice, enabling learners to make consistent and measurable progress. The course includes intriguing images and texts designed to arouse curiosity and get students talking, and also prepares learners for effective real-world communication. The syllabus is informed by English Profile and the Cambridge English Corpus, and is carefully benchmarked to the CEFR. This ensures that students encounter the most relevant and useful language at the right point in their learning.The English for Spanish Speakers edition includes a double page for each unit offering even more speaking practice, useful 'Phrasebook tables' for reference and extra pronunciation activities focusing on sounds Spanish speakers find more difficult.
A course book with thought-provoking images and texts and engaging video, designed to generate an emotional response; all helping teachers to deliver motivating and memorable lessons.
Assessment developed and validated by the experts at Cambridge English Language Assessment; rigorously pre-tested to ensure all it is accurate, meaningful and fair.
Personalised learning paths outside of the classroom give students targeted practice, ensuring they spend their time on what they need most, and keeping them motivated and engaged.
Extra sections provide specific help with problem areas for Spanish speakers, helping them avoid common grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation errors.
Adrian Doff, Craig Thaine, Herbert Puchta, Jeff Stranks, Peter Lewis-Jones