New Headway – Advanced – Student’s Book

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Level - Advanced

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ISBN 9780194369305
Author/Editor Soars , Liz ; Soars , John
Edition 2
Published 2000-10-01
Publisher Oxford University Press Australia

New Headway is the best-selling series that combines the best of traditional methods with current teaching techniques. New Headway is renowned and valued for a reliable methodology that works at every level. No course offers more in terms of levels, components, and support. The long-awaited, totally new edition of the Advanced level of New Headway, provides a real challenge and stimulus for Advanced learners.Overview Up-to-date international topics stimulate interest and discussion. A focus on lexis and spoken language in a challenging language syllabus. Streamlined structure and design for maximum clarity and sense of progress. Key features Building on the original Headway Advanced grammar syllabus, challenging language work really stretches advanced learners. Rich, thought-provoking texts and topics actively engage students and stimulate discussion. A focus on features of spoken language extends and develops learners’ language awareness. In-depth study of lexis, with a focus on synonyms, collocation, and idiom, improves learners’ command. Streamlined units encourage a real sense of progress through the course. Listening material from a range of sources, including broadcast material, commissioned interviews with famous people, and vox pops, exposes students to a variety of language. A range of reading texts of different genres – newspaper articles, magazine extracts, literature – cater for various interests within a group. Student’s Book 12 units Starter feature introduces the topic of the unit and gets students talking Genuinely challenging language work stretches and rewards advanced learners Speaking and reading – jigsaw activities promote purposeful speaking Focus on features of spoken language Vocabulary work focusing on systems A unit-linked writing syllabus in a separate section at the back of the book Comprehensive grammar reference and tapescripts