Four Corners Second Edition combines effective, communicative methodology with a practical, ‘can-do’ approach. Twelve units in each of the four levels (CEFR A1 to B1+) give students the language they need to communicate with confidence. Clear learning outcomes and ‘can-do’ statements for every lesson, linked to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR), help teachers and their students measure the progress being made. The Student’s Book includes a unique code for Online Self-Study, and can also be purchased with an Online Workbook that allows teachers to track their students' progress. Other components include a print Workbook, Teacher's Edition with Complete Assessment Program, Presentation Plus classroom presentation software, audio and video files.
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Authors: David Bohlke, Jack C. Richards
Key FeaturesClosely correlated to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR). ‘Can-do’ statements in every lesson, linked to the CEFR, help students to measure the progress they are making.A manageable grammar and vocabulary syllabus provides a firm foundation for effective written and spoken communication.‘Interactions’ lessons and personalized speaking activities give students the language they need to speak with confidence in everyday situations.Clear and carefully staged lessons, with measurable outcomes, help teachers to deliver successful classes and help students to see the results of their learning.
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Effective, communicative methodology.
A manageable grammar and vocabulary syllabus provides a firm foundation for effective written and spoken communication. Students acquire the langauge they need to use English accurately and fluently.
Informed by the CEFR
Informed by the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) and carefully structured to develop students' communicative competence through four connected strands: accuracy, functional language, skills, and fluency.
The language students need to speak with confidence.
'Interactions' lessons and personalized speaking activities give students the language they need to speak with confidence in everyday situations.
Most of the Readings in the Second Edition have been updated, introducing modern words and phrases, from mobile apps to fake news, that students are likely to encounter outside the classroom.
Results'Can-do' and Clarity
Measurable outcomes and progress tracking.
Clear and carefully staged lessons, with measurable outcomes, help teachers to deliver successful classes and help students to see the results of their learning.
'Can-do' statements in every lesson, linked to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR), help students to measure the progress they are making.
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