American Chatterbox: Teacher's Book Level 3

American Chatterbox: Teacher's Book Level 3

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This title features stimulating activities within a graded syllabus, giving confidence in all four skills.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 76 pages
  • 210.8 x 276.9 x 5.1mm | 226.8g
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • black and white illustrations
  • 0194345998
  • 9780194345996

Table of contents

AMERICAN CHATTERBOX; SCOPE AND SEQUENCE CHART LEVEL 1; UNIT 1; Language items; Hello. Goodbye; What's your name?; I'm ..; My name's Woody; Who's this? This is ..; Possessives: my/your; The alphabet; Functions and topics; Greeting and saying goodbye; Asking someone's name; Introducing yourself; Introducing others; Talking about possession; UNIT 2; Language items; Listen, please; What's this?; Article: a + noun; Good morning. How are you?; I'm fine, thank you; Functions and topics; Commands; Identifying things; Further greetings and responses; UNIT 3; LANGUAGE ITEMS; Numbers 1-10; How old are you? I'm ten; We're twins; This is 943-1286; Article: an + a e i o u; Functions and topics; Counting; Talking about age; Telephone numbers; UNIT 4; Language items; It's a kite; Functions and topics; Naming common toys and household objects; UNIT 5; Language items; He's seven. She's eight; Possessives: his/her; Review; Functions and topics; Talking about possession; UNIT 6; Language items; Is it an airplane?; Yes, it is. / No, it isn't; ARTICLE: THE + NOUN; Adjectives: the big/small box; Functions and topics; Asking for information; Specifying particular objects; UNIT 7; Language items; I have a big nose; This is my mother; She has big eyes; We have a letter; Functions and topics; Describing people: faces and hair; Members of the family; UNIT 8; Language items; Do you have your bag?; Yes I do. / No I don't; Does she have her umbrella?; Yes, she does. / No, she doesn't; Adjectives: tall, short, etc; Functions and topics; Asking for information; Describing people; UNIT 9; Language items; Can you see an elephant?; Yes, I can. / No, I can't; Whose cage is this?; Possessive 's: the lion's cage; Turn right, turn left; FUNCTIONS AND TOPICS; Talking about ability; Talking about possession; Zoo animals; Giving directions; UNIT 10; Language items; Show me the green kite; What color is her skirt?; It's red; Review; Functions and topics; Colors; Clothes; UNIT 11; Language items; He has brown legs; He's from the United States; Functions and topics; Parts of the body; Saying where people or things come from; UNIT 12; Language items; Plural nouns: -s/ -es; There's ... / There are ..; Is there ... ?; Yes, there is. / No, there isn't; Prepositions: in, on; Functions and topics; Describing situations; Asking for information; Specifying location; UNIT 13; Language items; How many monsters are there?; How many ... can you see?; Preposition: at + the bank, etc; Functions and topics; Asking about number; Stores and places in town; UNIT 14; Language items; What time is it?; It's twelve o'clock; At eleven o' clock ..; ... in the morning/evening; Functions and topics; Asking and telling the time; Specifying the time of day; UNIT 15; Language items; Square, circle, triangle; Review; Functions and topics; Talking about shape
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