Outcomes Elementary - Teacher's Book by Hugh Dellar

By Hugh Dellar

Results is a totally new common English direction in which:
Natural, real-world grammar and vocabulary aid scholars to reach social, expert, and educational settings.
CEF targets are the point of interest of conversation actions the place scholars study and perform the language they should have conversations in English.
Clear results in each lesson of each unit offer scholars with a feeling of feat as they growth during the course.
Grammar reference part with actions for all grammar issues covered.
Eight two-page Writing classes which disguise social, educational writing needs
Four four-page studies to revise language and abilities, and discover learner training.
Developing Conversations to get scholars to place language into perform in actual existence situations
Language styles which educate scholars to note universal styles in language, and to take advantage of them correctly.
Native English Speaker sections to strengthen scholars skill to precise themselves evidently and clearly.
Vocabulary Builder publication to collect key vocabulary, collocations, and expressions and supply additional perform.

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34 OUTCOMES liv ing with your parents = good - you can save money, bad - you have no persona l space living on your own good - you can do what you want, bad - you can have no-one to talk to sharing with friends = good - you have lots of company, bad - you can't get in the bathroom sometimes Step 2 Tell students they are going to read about a young Greek woman, Maria, describing where she lives. Tell them to individually read Maria's blog and answer the quest ions in exercise B. In pairs they compare answers before checking in open class .

3 and Answers fifty I seventy Step 2 When they are ready, tell Student A they are t he shop assistant and to hold their book open for Stude nt B to see t he shop. Tell Student B they are the customer. They then have their conversation . When they have finish ed, t ell them to change roles, choose a different picture and have a similar conversation. Each time, monitor and he lp w it h any language problems . Tip With a weaker class, get them to read the audioscript on page 173 to help them with the language.

VOCABULARY Going on holiday Step 1 Get students to read the explanatio n box and ch eck und erstanding: How do wejorm the past negative with the verb 'be? (wasn't / weren't), And with other verbs? g. didn't get). Tell students to write the negative forms of the past verbs in brackets in exercise A. In pa irs they compare answers before checking in open class . Answers 1 didn't do 2 didn't get up 3 wasn't 4 didn't take 5 weren't 6 didn't answer 7 didn't have 8 didn't go Step 2 Read the exp lanation box to students and check understanding: Ho w can we modify what we say about someth ing ?

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