World Wonders Grammar is a four-level grammar course that has been designed to cover the needs of students at beginner to intermediate levels. World Wonders 2 Grammar accompanies World Wonders 2 Student's Book, but it can also be used with any other elementary course. Full-colour pages with lively illustrations and captivating National Geographic photography will motivate students. Key features - A syllabus that matches the grammar progression in World Wonders 2 Student's Book - An amusing cartoon presentation at the beginning of each lesson that introduces the grammar covered in the lesson - Clear presentation of grammar theory with plenty of example sentences - A wide variety of tasks that practise the grammar presented - A speaking task at the end of every lesson that promotes communication - A review after every two units that consolidates the grammar and ends with a Writing Project - An alphabetical word list of key vocabulary found in each lesson of the grammar book - 6 photocopiable tests, one for use after each review, to check students' progress - The key to the photocopiable tests.
World Wonders is a four-level series for 9-11 year olds that capitalises on National Geographic photography and facts via reading texts and DVD clips. It also features an exciting adventure cartoon story for Levels 1 & 2. The course is structured around the Student's Books that contain twelve eight-page core units plus six review units.
Bring the world of English language learning to life through breathtaking images and fascinating facts which interest and stimulate students. Teach them about the world we live in, its people, its customs and its wonders. World Wonders 1 Workbook accompanies World Wonders 1 Students Book. Full-colour pages with lively illustrations and captivating National Geographic photography will motivate students. The workbook's clear and simple format means that it can be used at home as well as in class. Key features: A wide variety of tasks that consolidate the vocabulary and grammar presented in the student's book. Speaking tasks that encourage communication. Say it like this! sections that practise functional language. focus on the writing sub skills taught in the student's book. Reviews featuring non-fiction reading texts inspired by National Geographic content. Wordsearches that consolidate key vocabulary presented in the units.