KSA Edition - OUP, - 88 pages. Authors: Jane Hudson, Tim Falla, Paul A. Davies. Aim High is a six-level English language course. The development of Aim. Aim High Level 4 Teacher's Book Aim High develops students' knowledge of grammar, vocabulary and study skills Our discounted price list (PDF). Self check pages in the Workbook. Testing and assessment. Aim High provides a variety of resources for teacher-made tests and for students' self-assessment.
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Aim High: Level 4: Teacher's Book by Jane Hudson, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. OXFORD | | English | DOC, PDF, ISO | pages | MB . Aim High is a five-level course that develops language learning through to class teaching and the Student CD-ROM is great for home study. Teacher Components The secondary course for class, homework, and exam success; Aim High is a six-level course that takes students from A2 to C1+.
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New in Aim High: Level 4: Teacher's Book: Description Aim High is a six-level course that develops language learning through carefully chosen vocabulary including words from the Oxford 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. Other books in this series.
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Teacher's Book Jane Hudson. Level 5: Levels Use the I can statements at the end of each unit and the Self check pages in the Workbook to encourage students to assess their own ability.
Vocabulary Notebooks Encourage your students to record new words in the Vocabulary Notebook at the back of their Workbooks.
You could suggest that they write an example sentence that shows the word in context, or they may find it easier to learn words by noting synonyms or antonyms. You can ask students to make a list of all the verbs that appear in a Grammar section, or to choose five useful words from a reading text and learn them. We often learn words in isolation, but a vocabulary item can be more than one word, e.
Make students aware of this and encourage them to record phrases as well as individual words. Revision Regularly revise previously learnt sets of vocabulary. Give four words, either orally or written on the board.