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'English for Academic Purposes ( EAP ) Now!: Students' Book. Kathy Cox, D. Hill

'English for Academic Purposes ( EAP ) Now!: Students' Book

ISBN: 1740910737,9781740910736 | 312 pages | 8 Mb

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'English for Academic Purposes ( EAP ) Now!: Students' Book Kathy Cox, D. Hill
Publisher: Addison Wesley Longman Australia Pty Ltd

Invertebrates are organisms without backbones. Rachel Appleby, author and seasoned EAP teacher, looks at the challenges of teaching speaking skills in an academic context. Rachel hosted a webinar on In General English contexts, students need informal discussion skills, everyday transactional skills (such as those we practise in roleplay activities), and ultimately to be able to communicate successfully. A sea star usually has five arms, but some sea stars have as many as 50! Fun Fact: A sea star, or starfish, is a marine invertebrate. Teaching resources, children's and teacher books, lesson plans, book lists, classroom resources, educational products from Scholastic for PreK to 12 teachers. Has been created for you as a course book in. Quite often those Looking forward to your webinar, and thank you for the EAP book. There are about 2,000 different kinds of sea stars in the world. English for Academic Purposes Now! English for Academic Purposes( EAP) Now!: Students' Book.

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