Americans Teens Talk! is a collection of interviews of American high school students in both written and audio format. Each interview is accompanied by vocabulary notes and discussion questions.
The interviews in American Teens Talk! give learners a view into the lives of adolescents in the U.S. Through the written and audio format of the interviews, learners are able to increase their vocabulary, practice their reading and listening skills, engage in discussions, and learn more about U.S. culture.
This resource can be used by teachers and learners. Students can listen to and/or read dialogues in English. Everyday Conversations is intended for sixth- and seventh-grade students of English as a Foreign Language (EFL) or English as a Second Language (ESL). Students can listen to and/or read dialogues in English. Topics of the conversations include introductions and small talk, shopping, asking for directions, hobbies, and giving advice.
Dialogs for Everyday Use is a collection of thirty situational dialogs that focus on a wide variety of communicative situations and natural encounters in English. Each dialog is accompanied by a contextual illustration and can be used as a springboard for extended listening and speaking practice. The text also includes language notes that provide useful information on grammar and intonation patterns. This text is suggested for intermediate learners of English.
Developing Writing is a reading and writing skills text designed for beginning to intermediate learners of English.
Developing Writing is a reading and writing skills text designed for beginning to intermediate learners of English. Each of the twenty chapters in this book is introduced by a reading selection that incorporates the lesson’s model structures, mechanics, and grammar points. Each reading in Developing Writing focuses on some aspect of American or world culture. Each reading passage is followed by composition, vocabulary, and spelling activities. An irregular verb list, grammar rule index, and answer key are also included.