Impact Topics! 30 Exciting Topics to Talk About in English

Impact Topics! 30 Exciting Topics to Talk About in English

Impact Topics! 30 Exciting Topics to Talk About in English

Impact Topics! 30 Exciting Topics to Talk About in English — представляет собой уникальный курс по развитию таких навыков как чтение, понимание живой речи, введение дискуссий для начинающих учеников. Базируется курс на 30 темах, которые ученики должны будут обсудить в составе группы.

Данные темы разделены на 5 основных: люди, мужчины и женщины, отношения, общество и жизнь. Курс будет полезен, как с целью изучения английского языка, так и со стороны общего развития.

Автор: Richard R. Day, Junko Yamanaka, Joseph Shaules
Издательство: Pearson Longman
Год: 2002
Формат: pdf
Размер: 110 Mb

Impact Topics! — представляет курс по развитию навыков как чтение

1. Begin by looking over the Contents. There are five categories: People; Men and Women; Relationships; Society; and Life. Begin with any category and choose any topic that is of interest to your students. You do not have to work from the beginning to the end of the book;

2. After you have selected a topic, introduce the activity GETTING READY. Ask the students questions about the photographs. Then go over the questions, and have the students answer them individually, with a partner, or in a small group. This entire activity should take about five minutes;

3. Next, read the students the brief introduction to the story in UNDERSTANDING THE TOPIC. This question helps students focus on the general idea of the story. Make sure that students know that they do not have to understand all of the ideas or details or all of the words;

Введение дискуссий для начинающих учеников

4. Then have the students listen to the story. They can listen the first time with their books closed. When they have finished listening, have them check their answer to the question;

5. Students then fill in the blanks in the story with words from the box. They can do this while reading or while listening to the D and following along the answers are in the appendix.

You might want to go over any difficult words that you think students need in order to understand the story. You may want to have the students listen to the story again, this extra listening can help the students understand the rhythm, stress and intonation of naturally spoken English, It also helps them with the pronunciation of words they do not know.