Project english 1 teacher book


 

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Project English 1 Teacher Book

Welcome to the Project Teacher's Site. flashcards to practise key vocabulary from levels of Project fourth edition. Teaching English to Young Learners . English File fourth edition is built on tried and trusted methodology and contains. Project third edition is a five-level primary and secondary English course, trusted by teachers and loved by students worldwide. ISBN: Project English 1. Teacher's book by Tom Hutchinson · Project English 1. Teacher's book. by Tom Hutchinson. Print book: Juvenile audience. English.

It was good advice as Project English was a lot better than other material around at the time, combining a solid grammar syllabus with communicative tasks, including of course projects, which were all the rage at the time. A lot has changed since the 90s, technology especially. Project English came with some videos but that was it in terms of add-ons really. Fast forward twenty years, three editions, and a few grey hairs, and the first thing that strikes you about Project is the number of digital components. For teachers lost in all this, the resources CD-ROM has workshops on how to use the technology in the package and beyond. Is that enough for you? To be fair, all coursebooks, and even quite a few supplementary titles, come with multiple components these days and I wonder if teachers actually use everything available or, a deeper question, whether technology actually contributes to learning. However, whatever your personal attitude to technology, a former colleague, Lou McLaughlin, makes a very good point in a recent MET 48 that to some extent the younger generation expect a level of digital awareness and need to be accommodated to the medium. The syllabus has largely remained intact throughout the life of Project and I would say this is the strongest reason for the success of the series. There is a very transparent and logical grammar syllabus with vocabulary fed in through topics which are familiar and relevant to younger teenagers 10—14 or 15 years old.

However, whatever your personal attitude to technology, a former colleague, Lou McLaughlin, makes a very good point in a recent MET 48 that to some extent the younger generation expect a level of digital awareness and need to be accommodated to the medium.

Project 1 TB 3rd Ed

The syllabus has largely remained intact throughout the life of Project and I would say this is the strongest reason for the success of the series. There is a very transparent and logical grammar syllabus with vocabulary fed in through topics which are familiar and relevant to younger teenagers 10—14 or 15 years old.

There is a gentle inductive approach to the grammar, presented through texts.

Thus in Project 3 the students pick out sentences from the photostory with examples of the present continuous used for the future and then there are simple questions to get students to notice form and meaning. I suspect many teachers prefer traditional deductive presentations, and use them anyway, but the Project approach is done well.

Similarly, the vocabulary is appropriate and presented in a clear no-nonsense way. A classic example is the list of objects around the home in Project 1 — games console, mobile phone, etc.

Project 1 Teacher's Book

There is a lovely follow-up where students listen to people using the items and say what each one is. When students get on to Project 5, the threshold of the Intermediate level Project does not reference itself to CEFR, curiously , the vocabulary is more challenging.

Phrasal verbs come in but are provided for in a visual and concrete way.

I love the photos of body art in the same book. I feel there is a lot of reassuring continuity with previous editions but, technology aside, the new features are extra reading texts and a pronunciation section at the end of each book.

Play it again for students to listen, and ask them to clap their hands to keep the rhythm. Then play the recording again, and ask students to listen and repeat what they hear.

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Project 1 TB 3rd Ed

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