Topics from A to Z, 1 by Irene E. Schoenberg

By Irene E. Schoenberg

Themes from A to Z, booklet 1: Steps to good fortune in Listening and talking, by means of Irene E. Schoenberg, is a different and potent listening and talking software for starting English newcomers. Twenty-six devices -- one for every letter of the alphabet -- take scholars on a trip from the simple to the hugely creative with themes comparable to chocolate, fables and fairy stories, laughter, and martial arts. scholars construct self belief in listening and conversing as they advance vocabulary and dialog talents. every one unit comprises: *lively artwork to stimulate dialogue *listening questions in keeping with enjoyable proof *pair paintings drawing on own adventure pattern Audio hearken to samples from the Audio CDs. From Unit 1: *Actors -- evidence (0:36)*Give Your Opinion (0:17)*Listening Comprehension 1 (0:43)*Conversation perform (0:31)*Listening Comprehension 2 (0:44) click on the following to reserve the audio CDs.

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The average head has 100,000 hairs. 2. The average person loses about 100 hairs a day. 3. Someone without hair is bold. 4. Hair grows faster in cold weather. 5. British nurses wear wigs. Now listen and check your answers. Change the false statements to true ones. B. GROUPS .. • Take turns saying the facts. Then close your books. • HO\\ man) facts can you remember? Say all the facts you remember. -" Talk about Your Experience A. PAIRS Answer the questions. Then ask your partner. Add information.

10. shoulder Listening Comprehension 2 . War m up: When do you shake hands? Is your handshake strong? When do you touch a or back? When is it OK to interrupt a person during a conversation? o - GROUPS listen to information about customs in Brazil. Then listen again and complete the chart. Greeting Country Brazil People daAi AMd<. when J~It~ they meet. It lasts a They Other Customs time. 4; ,& hands whefthey Say~nd The use g d M1JJ, ~ contact. ~hey shake the ha d of WttfollJ.. It's OK to people's ~ (JAn/$ ther ,if 41t.

B. "Karen. " a. "Karen. what did yOll doT' 5. What did they eat? b. candy a. Ice cream 6. How did they eat? a. without light b. without spoons B. PAIRS Now take turns telling the story in your own words. Begin like this: "There was a blackout in . Karen was " Conversation Practice A. PAIRS Look at the pictures. What would you do? Circle the correct picture. Explain your answer. ) I. There is a fire in a building. You are on a high floor. 3. There is an earthquake. 2. There is a fire and a lot of smoke.

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