Bands 6.5-7.5 Teacher's Book.
Cambridge University Press, 2013. — 127 pages.
This course covers all parts of
the IELTS exam in detail, providing information, advice and practice to ensure
that students are fully prepared for every aspect of the exam. Informed by the
Cambridge English Corpus, Complete IELTS includes examples and exercises which
tackle key IELTS problem areas, making it the most authoritative IELTS exam
preparation course available. The Teacher's Book contains full teaching notes,
answer keys and advice on exam tasks, and also provides extra photocopiable
resources, including tests and activities to use in class.
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Complete IELTS. Bands 6.5-7.5 Student's
Book with Answers. Brook-Hart G., Jakeman V. (2013, 187p.) (+
Complete IELTS. Bands 6.5-7.5 Workbook without
Answers. Wyatt R. (2013, 70p.) (+ Audio)
Complete IELTS. Bands 6.5-7.5 Teacher's Book.
Brook-Hart G., Jakeman V., Jay D. (2013, 127p.)
1 Getting higher qualifications 6
Photocopiable activity: Skills for sale 16
Unit word list: Unit 1 17
Vocabulary extension: Unit 1 18
2 Colour my world 19
Photocopiable activity: The colour of tradition 29
Unit word list: Unit 2 30
Vocabulary extension: Unit 2 31
Progress test: Units 1-2 32
3 A healthy life 34
Photocopiable activity: RLV-692 on trial 43
Unit word list: Unit 3 44
Vocabulary extension: Unit 3 45
4 Art and the artist 46
Photocopiable activity: Keep your distance! 57
Unit word list: Unit 4 58
Vocabulary extension: Unit 4 59
Progress test: Units 3-4 60
5 Stepping back in time 62
Photocopiable activity: Heating through history 72
Unit word list: Unit 5 73
Vocabulary extension: Unit 5 74
6 IT society 75
Photocopiable activity: Talk around IT! 84
Unit word list: Unit 6 85
Vocabulary extension: Unit 6 86
Progress test: Units 5-6 87
7 Our relationship with nature 90
Photocopiable activity: Nature's future 100
Unit word list: Unit 7 101
Vocabulary extension: Unit 7 102
8 Across the universe 103
Photocopiable activity: Extraterrestrial ethics 114
Unit word list: Unit 8 115
Vocabulary extension: Unit 8 116
Progress test: Units 7-8 117
Progress tests: Answers 119
Speaking reference: Answers 120
Writing reference: Answers 120
Practice test: Answers and recording scripts 122
What the Teacher's Book contains
• Detailed notes for the eight units in the Student's Book which:
- state the objectives of each unit
- give step-by-step advice on how to treat each part of each Student's Book unit
- give supporting information to teachers and students about IELTS tasks
- offer suggestions for alternative treatments of the materials in the Student's
- offer a wide range of ideas for extension activities to follow up Student's
- contain comprehensive answer keys for each activity and exercise, including
suggested answers where appropriate.
» Eight photocopiable activities, one for each unit, designed to provide
enjoyable recycling of work done in the Student's Book unit, but without a
specific exam focus. All photocopiable activities are accompanied by teacher's
- the objectives of the activity
- a suggested procedure for handling the activity in the classroom.
» Eight photocopiable Word lists containing lexical items encountered in the
Student's Book units or recording scripts.
We suggest that the best time to use these lists is towards the end of the unit,
perhaps before doing the Speaking or Writing sections. Students may use these
lists for self-study and reinforcement of lexis encountered in the unit. Here
are some suggestions as to how students can use them which you can discuss with
- Students should use the page reference given to find the items in the unit and
study how the words/ phrases are used in context.
- They can use a learner's dictionary (such as the CALD) to compare the
dictionary definitions with the definitions given in the Word list. In many
cases, the definitions will coincide, but they will be able to study further
examples in the dictionary.
- Students can annotate the Word lists themselves or copy items to their
notebooks for further study.
- You can suggest to students that they should not try to memorise all the
items, but they should select a number of words and phrases that seem most
to them and try to use them when doing speaking and writing tasks.
О том, как читать книги в форматах
- см. раздел "Программы; архиваторы; форматы