Writing Extra. Graham Palmer

A Resource Book of Multi-Level Skills Activities.

Cambridge University Press - 2004. - 128 с. (Cambridge Copy Collection)

Students are led step-by-step to a definite written outcome through a range of motivating activities such as role plays, discussions, games and text analysis. Each activity provides a meaningful context for real-world writing tasks such as writing e-mails, reports, letters, CVs and diaries. The book encourages students to look at the process of writing, thus developing their awareness of structure, content and their target audience.

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Listening Extra. Miles Craven (+ 2 CD )

Reading Extra. Liz Driscoll

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Writing Extra. Graham Palmer

These four books can easily be used together, linking in from book to book & integrating the skills, or separately as resource books to dip into occasionally. A short intensive course could easily be based around these materials. For the new teacher the books would certainly train in procedure, variety & skills. If you haven't already got them, Resource Books of Multi-level Skill Activities should be in your staffroom


Contents
Unit 1 Personal information:

1.1 Pickpocket!;1.2 Who's who; 1.3 Jobsearch;

Unit 2 The family:

2.1 Dinner's in the oven; 2.2 Trouble with the in-laws; 2.3 Family matters;

Unit 3 Daily activities:

3.1 Nothing happened today; 3.2 Prison: doing time...; 3.3 Murder mystery;

Unit 4 Homes:

4.1 Designer kitchen; 4.2 Holiday house-swap; 4.3 The student house;

Unit 5 Town and country:

5.1 Get lost!; 5.2 The news on the street; 5.3 The big move;

Unit 6 Travel and tourism:

6.1 Wish you were here; 6.2 Paradise tours; 6.3 FAQs: frequently asked questions;

Unit 7 Food and drink:

7.1 A lovely meal;7.2 The greasy spoon; 7.3 Black or white?;

Unit 8 Describing people:

8.1 Virtually friends; 8.2 Business contacts; 8.3 A different shape of hands;

Unit 9 Describing things:

9.1 Internet bargains; 9.2 It's a whatsit; 9.3 Dream limo;

Unit 10 Friends and relationships:

10.1 Dear John; 10.2 Soap opera; 10.3 Who gets the children?;

Unit 11 Health and fitness:

11.1 More gain, less pain; 11.2 First aid; 11.3 The donor campaign;

Unit 12 Leisure time:

12.1 Leisure for all; 12.2 I win!; 12.3 A really good read;

Unit 13 Education:

13.1 A likely excuse; 13.2 Writing Class; 13.3 Cyberstudy;

Unit 14 The world of work:

14.1 Trouble with telesales;14.2 What do you do?;14.3 Mr Don't Know;

Unit 15 Money:

15.1 Credit cards; 15.2 Shopping by post; 15.3 Can't pay; won't pay;

Unit 16 Past experiences and stories:

16.1 One thing led to another; 16.2 The six friends; 16.3 The storyteller;

Unit 17 Science and technology:

17.1 Short circuit; 17.2 It's amazing; 17.3 www.worldwideweb?;

Unit 18 Social and environmental issues:

18.1 Planning problems; 18.2 Campaign, not complain; 18.3 Water: a clear solution