What's It Like? Student's book (häftad)
Häftad (Paperback)
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Student ed
Cambridge University Press
Martin, Alex
29d. 133halftones, 50exercises
Student's Book
270 x 220 x 7 mm
280 g
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What's It Like? Student's book (häftad)

What's It Like? Student's book

Life and Culture in Britain Today

Häftad, Engelska, 2000-04-01


The text and audio CD combine to provide students with a fascinating insight into what it is like to live in Britain today, using recordings of young people from various parts of the country talking about their lives.
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Through the bright, cheerful pages of this stand-alone publication we can indeed get a real taste of the people who live there, their attitudes to friends and family, the environment and the future.' The TEFL Farm May 2000

'I can't imagine a more stimulating course for any young person studying British culture, and it could also easily be used on an ad hoc basis by other teachers who simply want to make use of the fascinating topics and attractive presentation.' The TEFL Farm May 2000

'... lively, attractive, varied, informative, stimulating, and much more. A far cry from so many of the dull but worth fact-driven dry horrors that have preceded it.' ATECR Newsletter, Czech Republic, 2001

'The book is { ... } visually attractive with a lively layout. The texts accompanying the toics have been well-chosen from a wide variety of sources. Books like these make you itch to get up, get to that classroom and start trying out every one of those interesting units.' VVLE Newsletter


Contents; Map of Britain; Unit 1 What is Britain?: Britain and the British; Towns and cities, north and south; English history and place; Languages; Unit 2 Cultural Diversity: A new country; New citizens of Britain; 'That's my home';Cultural conflict; Unit 3 Sport: Sports through the ages; The sporting calendar; Likes and dislikes; Football: fans and players; Unit 4 Food: The traditional foods of Britain; Changing habits; A teenage diet; Hospitality; Unit 5 Education: What do schools teach?; What are schools like? ; What are classes like?; What happens after secondary school?; Unit 6 Leisure: What do you do in your free time?; Television ; Cinema; Theatre; Unit 7 Newspapers, magazines, books: Reading habits; Magazines; Newspapers; Books; Unit 8 Holidays: School holidays; Past and present; Picnics; Holidays and tourism; Unit 9 Nature and the Environment: The physical environment; The weather; Attitudes to nature; Environmental issues today; Unit 10 Being young today: Lifestyles; Issues; Priorities; Parents; Additional material