Postcards, Level 2
Postcards is an exciting new four-level American English program for young teenagers. It is unique among courses for teens because it focuses on the teen's world. Units feature believable storylines and characters who speak natural, contemporary English. Magazine-like, photo-based design sparks interest in real-world situations and topics. Carefully sequenced, varied activities give students confidence to communicate in English and keep their motivation level high. *Real-life topics and character appeal to students from the start-and keep them interested throughout the year. *Creative and engaging activities, photo-stories, projects, cultural information, games, and songs bring language to life so that students want to communicate in English. *A unique Language Booster combines a Workbook with a Grammar Builder so students always have plenty of practice material. *An interleaved Teacher's Edition helps with lesson planning and includes extra activities, games, and reproducible tests. *Carefully sequenced lessons help students build confidence in achievable steps. *Clear learning goals and frequent progress checks motivate students to set and achieve objectives.
- Paperback | 112 pages
- 203.2 x 274.3 x 12.7mm | 158.76g
- 19 Aug 2002
- Pearson Education (US)
- Upper Saddle River, United States
Table of contents
Unit 1 We're members of Teen Scenes.Unit 2 Let's make pizza. Progress CheckWide Angle 1 Unit 3 How much do we need?Unit 4 How often do you skate? Progress CheckSong 1Game 1 Unit 5 He's reading.Unit 6 What are you going to wear? Progress CheckWide Angle 2 Unit 7 You were awesome, Alex!Unit 8 Did you hear the news? Progress CheckSong 2Game 2 Unit 9 Why didn't you call us?Unit 10 Is he better than I? Progress CheckWide Angle 3 Unit 11 You should get some rest.Unit 12 Will you call us? Progress CheckSong 3Game 3 Fun with GrammarInformation GapsProjectsZoom in on CultureUseful Words and Expressions
About Ingrid Freebairn
Brian is a well-known writer of many series of best-selling ELT text books, mainly co-written with Ingrid Freebairn. He is most famous for titles such as Strategies, Discoveries, Flying Start, Blueprint, American Blueprint, and most recently, the original Snapshot. In the course of his long career, Brian has been active in the Society of Authors and professional ELT organisations. He has taught and lectured widely in Europe, the Middle East, the Far East, Australia and Latin America. He now lives in London where he concentrates on producing materials for ELT. Chris Barker has developed materials for the teaching of foreign languages in Britain and has written materials for magazine-based English teaching. He worked with the British Council teaching English at the University of Belgrade, where he was involved in syllabus design. He has also taught ESL, EFL and Adult Literacy in Britain. Ingrid Freebairn has worked in ELT since 1978 as a teacher, teacher trainer and writer. She is co-author with Brian Abbs of the following Longman course books: Strategies, Discoveries, Blueprint and Snapshot. She also co-authored with Hilary Rees-Parnall the Grammar ROM and the FCE Grammar ROM, also published by Longman. In the course of her work, Ingrid has travelled widely in Europe and Latin America.