2 edition of Elementary technical English found in the catalog.
Elementary technical English
|Statement||Martin Webber. Student"s bk.1.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||107|
Before students are expected to carry out any listening activity, they are given some background information and often carry out a small preparatory task in the Start here activity to set the context and encourage them to listen actively. View our catalogue. B: Hello, Jamal. Tasks require differe nt combinations of skill, knowledge and procedure. They're at a conference.
View our catalogue. Then choose three pairs of students to read out the completed dialogues. It contains all the key words used in the Course Book. Brainstorm a list of jobs they do on the board. Among his recent publications are the five-level course English for Industrial Schools, published by Egyptian International Publishing Longmanwhich is currently in use in the Egyptian school system. They're at a conference.
Level 2 is for students who have completed Level 1, or have an elementary knowledge of general English, and now require a pre-intermediate course in English for specific purposes. Some units of measurement and their abbreviations such as kilometre km are practised with quantities in 9 and Activities are firmly rooted in shared meanings and clear contexts. The use of contracted forms such as I'm and Whats in more informal speech is highlighted. Put students in pairs. As a number, 0 is pronounced oh or zero.
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Brainstorm a list of jobs they do on the Elementary technical English book. Audio script This is a complete transcript of all the listening material in the Course Book. To find out all the printable English worksheets read more Free Printable English Course Books Similar to the free printable English worksheets comes the free printable English course book.
Refer students to the box in the margin which shows examples of the contracted form of be used in the dialogues. Course Book 1 The Course Book contains twelve core units and six review units. Any one seeking to learn or to teach English can use these course books like text books.
Teacher's Book 1 Unit summary Each Elementary technical English book unit in the Teacher's Book has a summary of the language, vocabulary and activities to be found in the core units of the Course Book.
Readers' purposes vary from in-depth understanding to following instructions or searching for statistics. Many activities use visuals to clar if y the meanings of basic technical words like axle.
Elementary technical English book or students. In addition, the Task section see below includes writing activities. The listening activity requires students to carry out a practical task during or after listening, such as labelling a diagram, Elementary technical English book in a form or physically carrying out an instruction.
Nominal numbers used to identify things and cardinal numbers used to quantify or count things are included. Ways of writing and saying dates are practised. Pliers, pincers and the chuck of a drilling machine have jaws The verb consists of is used in technical English instead of has when all the main parts of a tool or other object are listed, as in: A spade consists of a handle, a shaft and a blade The verb appears in reading texts later in this book and in Book 2 If your students are ready, you could introduce it here 3 Section 3 deals with computer Institutional purchasers may make copies for use by their staff and students, but this permission does not extend to additional institutions or branches.
Show them what to do, by writing the form up on the board and completing it using information about yourself, in block capitals. Audio texts set in a training context include short extracts from passages in monologue form such as lectures and technical demonstrations. See Briefing for Unit 3.
Writing Writing skills are developed through a variety of tasks in realistic contexts, reflecting the range of text types which students might have to produce in a work context or as part of their technical training.
Another formative experience was at the Pathway Industrial Unit in London, where he carried out needs analyses and ran in-company EL training courses for local firms with immigrant employees. Each core unit is divided into three sections.
Section 2 deals with letters and numbers, and how to spell out names, addresses, email addresses, phone numbers, product numbers and other items. Circle the first letter of your first name and your surname, and the name of your country and explain that normally you write the first letter of names and countries using capital letters, but not the other letters.
Under no circumstances may any part of this book be photocopied for resale. During this period he wrote technical and business English materials, both in print and in multimedia versions delivered to students over the campus IT network.
Ask them to look at the dialogue and the words in the box. Play the recording for students to complete the dialogues. The criss-cross head on the screws item 5 is a Phillips head see Briefing for Unit 2. The grammar is pr ese nted in a simple, straightforward manner and gives only the basic minimum of information necessary.
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