Aim High Level 1 iTools A new secondary course which helps students become successful, independent language learners.
- ISBN: 978-0-19-445331-8
- Binding: DVD-ROM
Aim High is a five-level course that develops language learning through carefully chosen vocabulary (including words from the Oxford 3000™), texts which are interesting, and essential study skills. The iTools digital material adds variety to class teaching and the Student CD-ROM is great for home study. Online Practice provides extra homework activities that can be automatically marked and that teachers can track. Revision and self assessment sections help learners towards exam success and there is extensive testing material too.
Where to orderContact your local Oxford office or distributor for information or advice on any of our materials, or to find your local ELT bookseller.
Part of... Aim High
- Digital versions of the Student Book and Workbook mean you can get more out of these resources.
- A wide range of digital material which will work with the technology you have already.
- Embedded class audio and answer keys ensure easy classroom management.
- Extensive teacher resources, plus the ability to add your own teaching materials, save on preparation time.
Aim High iTools make it easy to bring interactive whiteboards and digital technology into your teaching. Everything about these resources is user-friendly - and here's why.
Firstly, you don't need any special equipment.
Just use what you already have in your school - an interactive whiteboard, a computer, a data projector, an ebeam. Aim High iTools works on all of these, and it doesn't matter which brand of whiteboard you have.
Secondly, it saves you time.
How? Because by having the Student Book and the Workbook on screen, you can switch quickly and easily between the two for presentations and practice. There are also DVD items for each level, printable worksheets and editable tests for every unit, exam support pages and Everyday English pages - all ready to go! And you can add your own resources too and call them up for use in your lessons.
Just go ahead and use them in class, with confidence.