Aim High Level 3 Student's Book : A new secondary course which helps students become successful, independent language learners
Aim High is a six-level course that develops language learning through carefully chosen vocabulary (including words from the Oxford 3000 (TM)), texts which are interesting, and essential study skills. The Classroom Presentation Tool brings easy-to-use digital features to the front of the classroom for heads-up lessons and the Online Practice (available at levels 1 - 5) provides extra homework activities that can be automatically marked and that teachers can track. Revision and self assessment sections help learners towards exam success and there is extensive testing material too.
- Paperback | 128 pages
- 221 x 276 x 6mm | 382g
- 19 Aug 2010
- Oxford University Press
- Oxford, United Kingdom
Aim High will help your students succeed as language learners in the classroom, with their homework and also in exams. How will it do this? It builds students' vocabulary knowledge through a structured and progressive approach. What does this mean? There are over 50 active vocabulary items in each unit, including words from the Oxford 3000TM. Students learn the meaning of new words but they also learn how and when to use them for themselves. And these are not just useful, everyday words. They're also introduced to expressions, idioms, phrasal verbs, and so on. Essential language for communicating well in English. As a teacher you'll want to help your students become autonomous learners. In Aim High there are lots of opportunities to prepare for this. In the Student's Book there's a 'Dictionary Corner', with exercises to help them towards learner autonomy. There's also a Literacy Corner to extend their vocabulary, focusing on selected readers of the right level. With the self-check and review boxes they can see how they're progressing for themselves. A Grammar Reference and Grammar Builder bring together all the grammar and vocabulary for the unit. These allow students to look back over grammar points and review what they have learned.