Language : Korean
Published : 2013
Pages : 124
Korean 1 with CD
Korean 1 and Korean 2 are part of a series of course book which was developed for elementary learners of Korean language in NTU. They are developed with years of experience and in response to the huge demand for a localized Korean language textbook. These books compiles and refines the materials which have been used for the past few semesters and have received much positive feedback. I believe the the same methods and content used here will be effective for a broad range of people wishing to learn Korean.
This series of books aim to help students perform a wide range of communicative functions in Korean by taking advantage of the communicative approach in order to enhance all four key skills listening, speaking, reading and writing. It is an integrated collection of interest-simulating tasks and activities as well as focused practices of vocabulary and grammar that have been composed according to the learner’s capability. In an effort to cater to first-time learners, these books have been specially designed to include user friendly illustrations, visual aids and even Singaporean references that users will no doubt find familiar and accessible. Hopefully, this will make learning Korean as natural for them as possible, ultimately sustaining the fascination that has drawn many to Korean culture and language recently.
Out of stock
Cambridge English for Schools Practice Tests have been designed to familiarise students with the level and format of the Cambridge English Key, Preliminary and First (previously known as KET, PET and FCE) for Schools examinations. Students can be assured that they will receive the relevant, up-to-date, appropriate training to successfully undertake these tests. The guidance and tips sections advise students on how to approach each part of the examination and allow them to improve the skills required.
Teaching Young Learners English focuses on teaching English as a foreign language to children aged 7-12. It presents foundational concepts, best practices and practical suggestions on how to develop lessons and activities for the energetic and curious minds of young learners in the 21st Century classroom. It also features the perspectives and suggestions from practicing teachers around the world, and can be used as a basic text for prospective teachers or as a professional development tool for teachers and administrators wishing to develop the knowledge and skills to teach English to young learners.
About the Author
Dr. Joan Kang Shin is the Director of TESOL Professional Training Programs in the Education Department at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and specializes in the training and professional development of teachers of English to young learners. In her role she is responsible for administering professional development and teacher training programs that reach teachers in over 100 countries around the world.
Dr. JoAnn (Jodi) Crandall is Professor Emerita and former Director of the Language, Literacy and Culture Ph.D. Program, and Co-Director of the MA TESOL Program at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. She has worked in all areas of ESL/EFL including teaching, curriculum and materials development, standards development, and teacher training.
This is the third book in a series of three titles. It aims to develop critical reflection skills in students. It comprises five chapters – Graphs and Charts, Mini Projects, Job Advertisements and Enquiries, Curriculum Vitae and Cover Letter, and Job Interviews.
This book is designed for beginner and intermediate learners of English. It helps tertiary level students improve their proficiency in the areas of reading, speaking, writing, grammar and listening. The varied topics are presented throughout the book using comprehensive notes and useful practices. An Audio CD and CD scripts are also provided for the listening practices.
- Unit1. Climate and Earth
- Unit2. Special People and the Community
- Unit 3. Cultural Difference and Lifestyles
- Unit 4. Women and Society
- Unit 5. Students and Campus Life
- Unit 6. World Problems and Population
- Unit 7. Natural Life of Animals
- Unit 8. The Environment and Parks
- Unit 9. World and Economy
- Unit 10. Ideas and Innovation
- Unit 11. People and Recreation