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By Judy M. Penn, Elizabeth Hanson

ISBN-10: 0131950800

ISBN-13: 9780131950801

Designed for English Language freshmen who're getting into the health-care box or getting ready for college-level technological know-how classes, this new textual content presents an creation to easy anatomy and body structure.

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The new words are written in, and the student who suggested the word(s) reads the new sentence aloud. The class then decides if this sentence is grammatically correct. 3. Alternatively, the teacher can indicate a place in the sentence where the new word(s) should be added, and invites suggestions from the class as a whole. ' etc. Removing words 1. Using a longer starting sentence (see below for an example), students remove words singly or in pairs to make the sentence shorter. The new sentence is read aloud and a decision taken by the class as in `Adding words' above.

13 Debates Language Level Age All Intermediate±Advanced Young adult upwards .................................................................................................................................................................... The principles of debating are well-known, with participants putting forward deliberately con¯icting views on a topic to inspire speeches and discussion. The largest problem facing their use in the language classroom is motivation. If students share the same ®rst language, then anything of vital importance is likely to be discussed ± naturally enough ± in their native language rather than in the target language.

By changing the direction of the sequence as indicated, the opposite nature of `can' and `can't' is reinforced for students. The objective now is to ®nd verbs which can travel all the way round the circle in either direction. 20 Improv Language Level Age All Intermediate±Advanced All .................................................................................................................................................................... 11), students become familiar with the idea of improvising language.

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