First Certificate Masterclass: Student's Book
The Student's Book. Thorough exam preparation and practice that keeps your students engaged, with the focus on personalised learning and vocabulary development.
- Part of: First Certificate Masterclass
- ISBN: 978-0-19-452200-7
- Pages: 192
- Binding: Paperback
- Dimensions: 276x219 mm
First Certificate Masterclass is designed to challenge motivated students. The course approach encourages them to be independent learners, providing opportunities for bringing their own experience into their learning. Online Skills Practice reinforces the work you do in class. This can be managed by you, or students can do it as self-study. Use iTools on your interactive whiteboard to bring a fresh approach to teaching.
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Part of... First Certificate Masterclass
- Preparation and practice for tasks in all papers of the Cambridge English: First examination.
- A strong focus on targeted vocabulary development.
- Detailed advice on exam techniques, including Dos and don'ts explaining how to approach exam tasks.
- A Writing Guide offers notes, examples and language to help students improve their skills with writing letters, articles, reviews, stories and set-book work.
A stimulating and thorough approach to language learning, combined with focused exam preparation, has made First Certificate Masterclass one of the most successful and popular Cambridge English: First courses available.
As well as covering all the essential ground, the course fosters student autonomy throughout. Rather than merely listing grammar rules, the materials encourage students to work them out for themselves. A freer approach to practice means that students' own views count: they can talk about themselves, and bring in their own experiences, and this in turn helps stimulate ideas for Writing and Speaking. Personalisation also enables students to practise exam tasks without feeling they are just being 'groomed' for exam success.