IELTS EXPRESS UPPER INTERMEDIATE TEACHER´S GUIDE
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"Product Description This title contains short coursebooks. It is highly focused on exam skills and techniques, paper by paper, and task by task. Flexible and expandable, with a wide range of support components, including speaking module videos, test-creation, CD-ROM Zs, workbooks with own audio and Teacher Zs books with extra photocopiables. Each level can be used independently, or in combination, for a variety of course lengths. It caters for mixed levels and abilities, and supports self-study. Each coursebook has a complete IELTS Practice Test, written by experienced examiners. Each ""IELTS Express Student´s Book"" is an ideal choice for shortpreparation courses of 30-40 hours, and can easily be extended for courses up to 90 hours. About the AuthorMartin Lisboa, Richard Hallows and Mark Unwin are all current or former tutors at in the English Language Centre at London Metropolitan University, with experience of teaching IELTS and Study Skills on Foundation/Pre-sessional courses. Martin Lisboa: MBA, RSA Diploma. Martin has been in EFL for eighteen years, as a teacher and as the Marketing Director for the British Council in Milan for 5 years. He has also set up and run a Language School in London for 5 years with clients from the major banks and institutions in the City. In the last 4 years Martin has been working at London Metropolitan University teaching IELTS and study skills/EAP on Pre-sessional courses. Richard Hallows: BSc Hons, RSA Diploma (Distinction). Richard has been an EFL teacher for 12 years, a teacher trainer for 3 years and has been writing & presenting material for the BBC for 2 years. He has been teaching on EAP courses for 3 years at both London Metropolitan University, and University of Sussex. Mark Unwin: BA Hons, RSA DELTA. Mark has 12 years teaching experience including 4 years as a tutor on Pre-sessional and IELTS courses to students at Metropolitan University and at SOAS in London."
- ISBN: 1413009662
- EAN: 9781413009668