Just Reading and Writing Intermediate: For Class or Self-study

Just Reading and Writing Intermediate: For Class or Self-study


By (author) Jeremy Harmer, By (author) Carol Lethaby, By (author) Ana Acevedo

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  • Publisher: Marshall Cavendish
  • Format: Paperback | 250 pages
  • Dimensions: 212mm x 284mm x 8mm | 340g
  • Publication date: 30 June 2003
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 0462007111
  • ISBN 13: 9780462007113
  • Illustrations note: 117col.ill.
  • Sales rank: 331,028

Product description

"The Just Skills" series provides a flexible set of teaching materials for use individually or in any combination to form an integrated course. "The Just Skills" series, available at four levels, comprises Grammar, Vocabulary, Listening & Speaking, and Reading & Writing books. The corpus of the "Just Right" course has been used to create this set of skills books. The consistent methodological approach used throughout each book allows for them to be used easily together. These books are ideal for: skills lessons in the classroom; self-study; specialised skills-focused courses; one-to-one lessons; and, supplementing other course books.

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Jeremy Harmer is an internationally-recognised authority on ELT, and a best-selling author of methodology and course books, which are widely used in over 40 countries.

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"An excellent set in all respects and highly recommended." IATEFL Issues

Table of contents

Unit 1: A Check your character; B The story of Eugene Onegin; C Personal reports. Unit 2: Overalls; B Not a very ordinary day; C Headlines and newspapers. Unit 3: A Supermarkets; B Shopping and the Internet; C Paragraph construction. Unit 4: A Backpacking; B The Beach; C Paragraph construction. Unit 5: A The van; B Poems; C Letter writing. Unit 6: A Three women; B A dangerous husband; C Biography. Unit 7: A Resolutions; B The best place to get married?; C Invitations. Unit 8: A Graffiti; B From graffiti to art fame; C Making text work. Unit 9: A Talking bodies; B Surviving an interview; C Summarising reports. Unit 10: A The case against computers; B Loving technology; C txt msgng. Unit 11: A Who wrote Shakespeare?; B All I want; C First lines. Unit 12: A In the manager's office; B The women of Fulham LFC; C Using acronyms. Unit 13: A The cellist; B The story of Vedran Smailovic; C Correcting and ordering. Unit 14: A Rachel; B How do you know it's love?; C 'Small ads'. Answer Key.