Study Tasks in English
This course enables students from intermediate level upwards to develop the skills needed for English-medium study at post-secondary level. The main features of Study Tasks in English are: * A task-based approach. Whenever possible, students learn the skills they need through discovery and induction rather than telling. * Study skills and study competence. The course helps students to develop the underlying competence necessary for successful study - eg problem solving, thinking critically and creatively. * Awareness-building. Each unit ends with a self-assessment and application section, to help learners actively draw together the skills which they have focused on in the unit. * Study Practice in English. The Study Practice section provides four major study simulations to consolidate and give further practice through an integrated study cycle.
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The Academic Encounters Second edition series uses a sustained content approach to teach skills necessary for taking academic courses in English. There are two books for each content area.Authors: Jessica Williams, Kristine Brown, Sue HoodEnglish Type: American EnglishCEF Level: B2 - C1Publication date: June 2014
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