Your Space is a three-level course designed to motivate students as they change and grow. The Level 2 Student's Book contains ten visually appealing units and ample material for extra practice and extension including 'Communication' activities with accompanying 'Phrasebook'. Students are encouraged to notice new language in context in the 'Language focus' sections, then are given clear guidance to its use in 'Language space'. Key language from the previous level is reviewed in early units to consolidate learning. 'Get it right!' sections informed by the Cambridge Learner Corpus help students tackle problem areas and illustrated 'Your words' sections bring vocabulary to life. A gripping graphic story at the back of book provides enjoyable extended reading.
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This course links your student's own world to the language classroom, giving them 'space' to explore and develop their English language skills, and taking them step-by-step through the language they need.
Teachers often say that one of the greatest challenges is keeping students motivated throughout the long journey of language learning. Your Space places an emphasis on achievement from the start. It encourages learner autonomy while recognising that learners need feedback and a sense of progress to maintain momentum.
A 360 degree approach to language learning means exposing learners to a wide variety of language, so in Your Space we have taken care to present a rich variety of 'Englishes' and provide students with the tools they need to produce their very own English.
Your Space communicates the spirit of the course.
Your = the relationship between the student and the material
Space = the students' space to express themselves
Your Space links the students’ world to the language classroom.
Your Space links your students' own world to the language classroom, giving them 'space' to explore and develop their English language skills, and takes them step by step through the language they need at this level. There is an emphasis on achievement from the start. It encourages learner autonomy while recognising that learners need feedback and a sense of progress to maintain momentum. Students are supported to explore and personalise new language, they are provided with models and guidance to communicate effectively and with confidence in everyday situations. Topics have been chosen to engage and educate the digital generation and bring a world they can relate to into the classroom. Learners are exposed to a wide variety of language in authentic contexts and provided with the tools they need to produce their very own English. A highly interactive Web Zone provides a real incentive to practice language at home.
|Leidimo metai||Cambridge university press|
|Sudėtingumas||A1-A2 (Elementary to Pre-Intermediate)|
|Autorius||Julia Starr Keddle|