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P H O T O C O P I A B L E S 114 Speaking Games 9781905085989 Each game: • Is easy to print, use and recycle • Is presented in a double-page spread of instructions and resources • Includes a 'Rules of the Game' handout, to be used as an authentic reading opportunity Speaking Games is divided into four sections: • Board Games – photocopiable boards for games such as Snakes and Ladders or Scrabble • Card Games – photocopiable cards that are cut up and used either as questions or prompts • Secrets and Lies – activities that involve either guessing secret information or guessing whether a speaker is being honest or not • Quizzes, Puzzles and Challenges – including well-known quiz show formats, such as Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, problem solving puzzles, brainteasers and activities that challenge learners to use language accurately while speaking fluently Speaking Games Photocopiable activities to make language learning fun P R E-I N T E R M E D I AT E – A DVA N C E D CEFR B1 – C1 | 1 level Jason Anderson Speaking Games is a photocopiable resource book of 50 speaking games for teachers of English to use in class with both adult and teenage learners. It provides teachers with original, effective and enjoyable activities that focus on developing the learners' ability to use language confidently in real-world situations. It includes a wide variety of activities which get learners speaking on topics of interest while injecting energy, fun and motivation into a class. Key features: • Authentic texts use unscripted video and radio materials • Listening materials include an international range of accents • 'Micro-edits' highlight features of spoken English and pronunciation in context • Original tasks teach listening, not just test it • Materials are scaffolded to take learners from coursebook English to authentic speech • Provides strategies for dealing with features of fast spontaneous speech • Listening materials available online, providing extra listening opportunities for students Authentic Listening Resource Pack Bridging the gap to real-world listening PRE-INTERMEDIATE – UPPER INTERMEDIATE CEFR B1 – B2 | 1 level Mark Hancock and Annie McDonald Authentic Listening Resource Pack provides an invaluable bank of selected audio and video material offering authentic listening practice, essential in developing students' listening skills in preparation for being exposed to "real" English. Authentic Listening Resource Pack consists of over 4 hours of authentic audio and video materials supported by photocopiable worksheets. The recordings are broken down into segments, including micro-listenings, so that students can develop a range of listening competences, and comprehensively practise listening techniques that develop the skills they need to cope with real spoken language in the outside world. NEW NEW Authentic Listening Resource Pack 9781905085880 P H OTO CO P I A B L E P H OTO CO P I A B L E AU D I O C D SAMPLE PAGES w w SAMPLE PAGES w w DVD

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