Talk A Lot - Spoken English Course (Book 2) - Matt Purland

Talk A Lot - Spoken English Course (Book 2)

By Matt Purland

  • Release Date: 2012-10-29
  • Genre: Línguas estrangeiras
  • Size: 3.34 MB

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Complete 12-week spoken English course
All materials, instructions and answers are included
Brand new and unique learning method
Learn and recall questions, answers and negatives using 8 common verb forms
Learn 400+ essential vocabulary words

Hello, and welcome to the second Talk a Lot course book for Elementary level!
This book is a companion volume to Book1 and features ten exciting new lessons topics:
Crime, Sport, Music, Weather, Animals, Cars, The Human Body, Colours and Numbers, Life
Events, and Nature. The lesson topics in this book can be used alongside those in Book 1,
according to your needs. For example, it is now possible for your to plan a longer Talk a Lot
course, using lesson material from both books!
A great new feature in Book 2 is the inclusion of information exchange activities.
Once again, the aim of this book is to teach students to think in English and Talk a Lot!
The Talk a Lot course objectives are very simple:
Every student talking in English
Every student listening to and understanding English
Every student thinking in English, and
Every student taking part in class
Talk a Lot is structured so that every student can practise and improve English grammar,
vocabulary, pronunciation, intonation, word and sentence stress, and interpersonal skills, by
working in pairs, groups and one to one with the teacher.
The main benefits of Talk a Lot are:
Students have to think in English during lessons in a controlled and focused way
Students learn how to memorise correct English structures naturally, without abstract
and unrelated grammar lessons
Students learn how to construct eight different common verb forms, using positive,
negative and question forms, as well as embedded grammar appropriate to their
level. The verb forms studied are: Present Simple, Present Continuous, Past Simple,
Past Continuous, Present Perfect, Modal Verbs, Future Forms, and First Conditional
Students learn 400+ essential vocabulary words by heart
Students enjoy following a simple and effective method that produces results quickly