Workbook is an integral part of teaching and methodical set of "English with pleasure" for the 11th class of educational institutions in which English is taught from the 1st or 2nd class, and is closely associated with the textbook structure and content.
Its main purpose - to help students consolidate and strengthen the textbook material: automate the lexical and grammatical skills, students develop skills in writing. The Workbook contains a variety of tasks, allowing to implement student-centered approach when working with students with different skill levels and different interests.
In the notebook contains the job training working with information and assignments that focus on the practical use of foreign language in future training activities.
In the book includes some types of tasks, often used in the exam and other test systems, which prepares students for objective monitoring and self-control in the process of learning English.
Workbook corresponds to the training of students recommended for this year of education the state standard of general education of the Russian Federation in foreign languages.
Anne Worral, "English Adventure 2 Class CD"
Longman | ISBN: 0582791766 | MP3 | 75 MB
English Adventure uses familiar Disney characters that children know and love to motivate and encourage pupils to learn.
At this level a balance of Disney characters and real life situations keep pupils interested and motivated. The focus is on oral communication but the children work more with the written language at this level.
American Slang (v0.2, 11551 entries, no publisher)
British Slang (v0.4, 3782 entries, no publisher)
The BBI Dictionary of English Word Combinations (11012 entries).
CIA World FactBook 2007 (v1.0, last updated on 15 March, 2007)
Columbia Encyclopaedia, 6th Edition (v1.0, 52497 entries)
Oxford Dictionary of English Folklore (v1.1, 1029 entries)
Brewer's Dictionary of Phrase and Fable (16761 entries)
Merriam Webster's Dictionary of Law (7558 entries)
Merriam Webster's Medical Desk Dictionary (39257 entries)
(Merriam Webster's fonts needed for the phonetic symbols)
Online Etymology Dictionary (v1.1, 19001 entries)
Oxford Dictionary of Quotations (19852 entries)
Oxford Thesaurus (v1.2, 8978 entries)
Petit Robert 2007 (French dictionary, v1.1, 55294 entries)
Probert Encyclopedia of Slang (v1.9, 15533 entries)
Rogets II: The New Thesaurus, 3rd Ed. (17911 entries)
The Oxford World Encyclopedia (1998) (17459 entries)
The Probert Encyclopedia of Mythology (v0.6, 1955 entries)
Cassell's Dictionary of Word and Phrase Origins (v1.0, 954 entries)
Barney - A-Counting We Will Go
Publication date: September 14, 2010 | VOB | 2,59 GB
Two, four, six, eight, Barney wants to celebrate! While playing a game of Hide and Seek in the park, Baby Bop realizes that she can’t be the one to count to ten because she doesn’t know how — so Barney and the kids jump right in to help her. A trip to a make-believe market and a magical parade of numbers help to show her how exciting counting can be. While having fun, the kids learn an important lesson — you can’t go wrong when you have friends to count on!
Peter MacNeilage, "The Origin of Speech"
Publisher: Oxford University Press | pages: 352 | 2008 | ISBN: 019923650X | PDF | 1,3 mb
This book explores the origin and evolution of speech. The human speech system is in a league of its own in the animal kingdom and its possession dwarfs most other evolutionary achievements. During every second of speech we unconsciously use about 225 distinct muscle actions. To investigate the evolutionary origins of this prodigious ability, Peter MacNeilage draws on work in linguistics, cognitive science, evolutionary biology, and animal behaviour. He puts forward a neo-Darwinian account of speech as a process of descent in which ancestral vocal capabilities became modified in response to natural selection pressures for more efficient communication. His proposals include the crucial observation that present-day infants learning to produce speech reveal constraints that were acting on our ancestors as they invented new words long ago.
George Woolard, "Key Words for Fluency Upper Intermediate"
Heinle ELT | 2004-11-17 | 175 pages | PDF | 31 MB
Key Words for Fluency Intermediate provides practice in learning collocations of some of the most useful words in English. It emphasizes common words that occur in many different contexts and identifies over 150 nouns essential for fluency.
Angella Cooze, "100 Ideas for Teaching English (Continuums One Hundreds)
Continuum International Publishing Group | English | 2006 | ISBN: 0826484808 | 138 pages | PDF | 2,5 MB
The Continuum One Hundreds series offers 100 invaluable, practical and exciting ideas for teachers of all levels. 100 Ideas for Teaching English contains 100 creative and innovative ideas for getting students engaged in all aspects of the English curriculum. Ideas range from finding the right the course for you, to games to get your students engaged with the subject.
Donald L. Bouchard, "Sound Reading"
Publisher: English Teaching Division | 1982 | ISBN: N/A | English | PDF | 104 pages | 8.05 Mb
Sound Reading is an intermediate/advanced supplementary text focusing on the listening comprehension and reading skills. Each unit contains several explanatory exercises. The teacher may use this text for student practice in one or both of the skill areas.
Listening Comprehension. These exercises are graded progressively in level of difficulty throughout the text. In all of the listening exercises the teacher is the English language model. Students listen to the teacher for comprehension. It is important to note that the student does not look at the reading while doing the listening comprehension exercises.
Reading for Meaning. These exercises require the students to use each unit reading as a resource for reading comprehension. The exercise types are progressive in complexity and require the students to express themselves orally or in writing. The reading exercises are also self-explanatory
Publisher: English Teaching Division, Educational and Cultural Affairs, International Communication Agency, Washington.D.C.
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