- Subject(s):English as a Second Language
- Qualification:Cambridge IGCSE
- Author(s):Peter Lucantoni
- Available from: April 2018
Supports students studying for Cambridge IGCSE® English as a Second Language (ESL).
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This fully updated print coursebook is designed to support students studying for Cambridge IGCSE® English as a Second Language syllabus (0510/0511/0991) for examination in 2019. With carefully scaffolded content, this easy to navigate coursebook has a language focus in each unit and offers new word and top tips. Each unit is themed and takes an integrated skills approach while emphasising a core skill. At the end of each chapter students can reflect and develop on what they have learnt, all to help build students' language skills and confidence in English as the course progresses. Answers in teacher's book.
Exam-style questions are included in each unit, along with 'Top Tips' to help learners prepare for the Cambridge IGCSE® English as a Second Language examination.
Video activities in every unit, plus four mock speaking exam videos.
Language focus is included in every unit with 'Language Tips' drawing attention to common learner error.
NEW 'Word Tip' feature is built in to help build students' vocabulary.
Each unit closes with a 'Reflection' section where learners are encouraged to reflect on their learning and take responsibility for personal goal setting.
More speaking and listening practice added with new units which focus on speaking.
- Part 1. Leisure and Travel: Unit 1. Free time
- Unit 2. TV
- Unit 3. Food
- Unit 4. Transport
- Unit 5. Holidays
- Part 2. Education and Work: Unit 6. Learning
- Unit 7. Jobs
- Unit 8. Communication
- Unit 9. Interviews
- Unit 10. Education
- Part 3. People and Achievements: Unit 11. Achievements
- Unit 12. Organisations
- Unit 13. Famous People
- Unit 14. Medical care
- Unit 15. Sport
- Part 4. Ideas and the Modern World: Unit 16. Social media
- Unit 17. Pollution
- Unit 18. Hunger
- Unit 19. Clothing
- Unit 20. Technology.
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