New Headway Plus Pre-intermediate Workbook with Key

New Headway Plus Pre-intermediate Workbook with Key

Format:

A special edition of the world's most successful course for the Middle East and North Africa

  • ISBN: 978-0-19-471569-0

New Headway Plus is the course you can always trust. Its proven methodology – focus on grammar, clear vocabulary syllabus, integrated skills work – gives you lessons that really work in class. Constant updates mean the material is always current and with a huge range of components, including new digital resources for interactive whiteboards. You’ve always got support when you need it.

Educational discount pricing

K12 schools, college bookstores, and other educational institutions with an Oxford account will receive an educational discount when placing their order through our Customer Service department.

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Key features

  • Student’s Book with CD-ROM, Teacher’s Book, Workbook with/without key, Class Audio CDs, Workbook Audio CD, iTools
  • Clear focus on grammar
  • Balanced, integrated-skills syllabus
  • Real-world speaking skills - Everyday English, Spoken English, Music of English
  • Digital resources for interactive whiteboards - New Headway Plus iTools

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It’s the Middle East edition of the world’s best-selling adult English course, but why? How does New Headway Plus deliver lessons that really do work in class? Short answer: methodology.

The balanced methodology of New Headway Plus combines the best of traditional approaches - solid grammar and practice, vocabulary development, etc - and newer approaches, such as communicative role-play and personalization.

Authors Liz and John Soars have developed a set of principles which “ … is a summary of all we believe when writing and teaching.”

Here are three:

i) Grammar has a core place in language teaching and learning.

ii) A wide variety of practice tasks in all the four skills are essential to language learning.

iii) Everyday expressions, particularly of spoken English, also need a place in the syllabus. These can be functional, social, situational, or idiomatic.