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Contemporary Topics 3

Contemporary Topics 3 Author David Beglar
ISBN-10 0131358103
Release 2009
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Prepares students for the challenge of college lectures with practice in a wide range of listening, speaking, and note-taking skills and strategies.



Contemporary Topics 1

Contemporary Topics 1 Author Helen Solorzano
ISBN-10 0132469448
Release 2010-04
Pages 144
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Who are some of the key figures in the history of abstract art? Can video games be good for children? What are some ethical approaches to decision-making? You'll find the answers to these and other questions in Contemporary Topics 1 , which features college lectures from several academic disciplines, including art history, media studies, and psychology. Contemporary Topics 1 prepares students for the challenge of college lectures with practice in a wide range of listening, speaking and note-taking skills and strategies. The lectures (available on CD and DVD) were filmed in realistic academic setting before live student audiences. DVD Features Realistic college lectures from a range of academic disciplines (also on audio CDs) Student discussions of the lectures (also on audio CDs) Instructors' Presentation Points Coaching Tips that guide students as they take notes Subtitles for lectures and student discussions Course Features Corpus-based vocabulary drawn from the Academic Word List Practical listening and note-taking strategies Note-review practice that allows students to analyze their note-taking skills and consolidate their understanding of the lecture Academic research and speaking tasks: presentation, discussions, and role plays A Teacher's Pack for busy instructors with: Suggested bonus activities Teaching notes Answer keys Audioscripts Simulated TOEFL® Listening Test for each unit See also: Contemporary Topics Introductory (High Beginner) Contemporary Topics 2 (High Intermediate) Contemporary Topics 3 (Advanced)



Contemporary Topics 2

Contemporary Topics 2 Author Ellen Kisslinger
ISBN-10 0132469405
Release 2010-04
Pages 144
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Who are some of the key figures in the history of abstract art? Can video games be good for children? What are some ethical approaches to decision-making? You'll find the answers to these and other questions in Contemporary Topics 1 , which features college lectures from several academic disciplines, including art history, media studies, and psychology. Contemporary Topics 1 prepares students for the challenge of college lectures with practice in a wide range of listening, speaking and note-taking skills and strategies. The lectures (available on CD and DVD) were filmed in realistic academic setting before live student audiences. DVD Features Realistic college lectures from a range of academic disciplines (also on audio CDs) Student discussions of the lectures (also on audio CDs) Instructors' Presentation Points Coaching Tips that guide students as they take notes Subtitles for lectures and student discussions Course Features Corpus-based vocabulary drawn from the Academic Word List Practical listening and note-taking strategies Note-review practice that allows students to analyze their note-taking skills and consolidate their understanding of the lecture Academic research and speaking tasks: presentation, discussions, and role plays A Teacher's Pack for busy instructors with: Suggested bonus activities Teaching notes Answer keys Audioscripts Simulated TOEFL® Listening Test for each unit See also: Contemporary Topics Introductory (High Beginner) Contemporary Topics 2 (High Intermediate) Contemporary Topics 3 (Advanced)



Contemporary Topics Introductory

Contemporary Topics Introductory Author Jeanette Clement
ISBN-10 013246943X
Release 2009-06
Pages 114
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Could we colonize Mars if we wanted to? Has surveillance reached "Big Brother" proportions? What are some of the latest theories for slowing aging? You'll find the answers to these and other questions in Contemporary Topics 3 (Series Editor: Michael Rost), which features college lectures from several academic disciplines, including astronomy, political science, and biology. Contemporary Topics 3 prepares students for the challenge of college lectures with practice in a wide range of listening, speaking and note-taking skills and strategies. The lectures (available on CD and DVD) were filmed in realistic academic setting before line student audiences. DVD Features Realistic college lectures from a range of academic disciplines (also on audio CDs) Student discussions of the lectures (also on audio CDs) Instructors' Presentation Points Coaching Tips that guide students as they take notes Subtitles for lectures and student discussions Course Features Corpus-based vocabulary drawn from the Academic Word List Practical listening and note-taking strategies Note-review practice that allows students to analyze their note-taking skills and consolidate their understanding of the lecture Academic research and speaking tasks: presentation, discussions, and role plays A Teacher's Pack for busy instructors with: Suggested bonus activities Teaching notes Answer keys Audioscripts Simulated TOEFL® Listening Test for each unit See also: Contemporary Topics Introductory (High Beginner) Contemporary Topics 1 (Intermediate) Contemporary Topics 2 (High Intermediate)



Contemporary Topics Intro

Contemporary Topics Intro Author Jeanette Clement
ISBN-10 0132075180
Release 2009
Pages 102
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"This cutting-edge multimedia series, now in its third edition and expanded to four levels, prepares students for the challenge of college lectures with a wide range of listening, speaking and note-taking strategies and skills. This content-based series ensures that students learn the vocabulary they are most likely to encounter in an academic setting. For each level, twelve college lectures (on DVD) are drawn from a range of academic disciplines and reflect authentic lecture settings, featuring engaging instructors and live student audiences."-- http://www.pearsonlongman.com/ae/skills/contemptopics/ (as viewed on 9/4/2012)



Contemporary Topics

Contemporary Topics Author Ellen Kisslinger
ISBN-10 0136005144
Release 2009-01
Pages 3
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The Contemporary Topics Audio CDs provide the audio of all lectures and listening exercises. This interactive listening-speaking series prepares students for the challenges of college lectures with a wide range of listening, speaking, and note-taking strategies and skills. The lectures are drawn from a range of academic disciplines and reflect authentic lecture settings, featuring engaging instructors and live student audiences.



Contemporary Topics

Contemporary Topics Author Ellen Kisslinger
ISBN-10 0136005152
Release 2009-03-23
Pages 73
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Teacher's Pack for busy instructors with: * Suggested bonus activities * Teaching notes * Answer keys * Audioscripts * Simulated TOEFL Listening Test for each unit This interactive listening-speaking series prepares students for the challenges of college lectures with a wide range of listening, speaking, and note-taking strategies and skills. The lectures are drawn from a range of academic disciplines and reflect authentic lecture settings, featuring engaging instructors and live student audiences.



Contemporary Topics

Contemporary Topics Author David Beglar
ISBN-10 080130928X
Release 1993-01-01
Pages 138
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This outstanding three-title series prepares college-bound ESL students to understand academic lectures in English. Each text equips students for the challenges of college and university study by helping them listen selectively, take notes, review key ideas, retain information, and apply what they have learned. Twelve recorded lectures in each level are performed in lively and natural styles to provide a motivating introduction to academic listening. Lectures cover a wide range of thought-provoking contemporary topics. Controlled, realistic note-taking practice, ample pre-listening activities, vocabulary preview, post-lecture tests, and a wealth of illustrations also aid student understanding. Audiocassettes offer full lectures, presented both divided into parts and in their entirety. Each book offers the following features: -- Topic preview -- Vocabulary preview -- Identifying main ideas and supporting details -- Note-taking skills -- Review and post-listening tests -- Application of ideas through post-listening activities



Contemporary Topics

Contemporary Topics Author Beglar, David·贝格拉
ISBN-10 788824078X
Release 2003
Pages 102
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Contemporary Topics

Contemporary Topics Author Jeanette Clement
ISBN-10 0132075172
Release 2009
Pages 102
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What causes a society to collapse? What's it like to grow up as a third culture kid? How has microcredit changed people's lives? You'll find the answers to these and other questions in Contemporary Topics Introductory, by Jeanette Clement and Cynthia Lennox (Series Editor: Michael Rost), which features college lectures from several academic disciplines, including archaeology, anthropology, and economics. Contemporary Topics Introductory prepares students for the challenge of college lectures with practice in a wide range of listening, speaking and note-taking skills and strategies. The lectures (available on CD and DVD) were filmed in realistic academic setting before line student audiences. DVD Features Realistic college lectures from a range of academic disciplines (also on audio CDs) Student discussions of the lectures (also on audio CDs) Instructors' Presentation Points Coaching Tips that guide students as they take notes Subtitles for lectures and student discussions Course Features Corpus-based vocabulary drawn from the Academic Word List Practical listening and note-taking strategies Note-review practice that allows students to analyze their note-taking skills and consolidate their understanding of the lecture Academic research and speaking tasks: presentation, discussions, and role plays A Teacher's Pack for busy instructors with: Suggested bonus activities Teaching notes Answer keys Audioscripts Simulated TOEFL� Listening Test for each unit See also: Contemporary Topics 1 (Intermediate) Contemporary Topics 2 (High Intermediate) Contemporary Topics 3 (Advanced)



Contemporary Topics 3

Contemporary Topics 3 Author David Beglar
ISBN-10 0134400798
Release 2016-08
Pages 134
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Now in a fourth edition, Contemporary Topics expands on its highly respected approach to developing academic listening and study skills. Organized around realistic college lectures, the text guides learners through carefully sequenced activities in skills such as note-taking, focusing attention, intensive listening, and vocabulary building. It also helps students evaluate their interests and explore possible career paths. New to This Edition New subject areas, presented as one-on-one academic lectures, emphasize professional applications such as software engineering, multimedia design, information technology, urban planning, and social psychology. Learning Outcomes listed at the outset of each unit let students know the goals of each unit and what their learning experience will be. New audio interviews with topic experts provide context for the upcoming unit lecture. Bottom-up listening and pronunciation exercises emphasize important principles and improve real-time perception. An oral presentation activity, supported by specific preparation and delivery strategies, concludes each unit and includes the opportunity for peer evaluation. Proficiency assessments composed of short academic audio lectures and multiple-choice exams simulate TOEFL-style test format for practice on high-stakes tests. New Essential Online Resources include audio, video, and teacher materials (assessments, teaching notes, answer keys, audioscripts, presentation points, and more). Other Highlights Corpus vocabulary drawn from the Academic Word List ensures that students are exposed to core academic vocabulary. Collaborative activities with presentation strategies and peer evaluations allow students to make connections and develop critical thinking skills. Unit comprehension tests assess students' grasp of key concepts presented in the unit lecture. Mapped to the Global Scale of English.



Contemporary Topics 2

Contemporary Topics 2 Author Ellen Kisslinger
ISBN-10 0134400801
Release 2016-08-15
Pages 134
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Now in a fourth edition, Contemporary Topics expands on its highly respected approach to developing academic listening and study skills. Organized around realistic college lectures, the text guides learners through carefully sequenced activities in skills such as note-taking, focusing attention, intensive listening, and vocabulary building. It also helps students evaluate their interests and explore possible career paths. New to This Edition New subject areas, presented as one-on-one academic lectures, emphasize professional applications such as software engineering, multimedia design, information technology, urban planning, and social psychology. Learning Outcomes listed at the outset of each unit let students know the goals of each unit and what their learning experience will be. New audio interviews with topic experts provide context for the upcoming unit lecture. Bottom-up listening and pronunciation exercises emphasize important principles and improve real-time perception. An oral presentation activity, supported by specific preparation and delivery strategies, concludes each unit and includes the opportunity for peer evaluation. Proficiency assessments composed of short academic audio lectures and multiple-choice exams simulate TOEFL-style test format for practice on high-stakes tests. New Essential Online Resources include audio, video, and teacher materials (assessments, teaching notes, answer keys, audioscripts, presentation points, and more). Other Highlights Corpus vocabulary drawn from the Academic Word List ensures that students are exposed to core academic vocabulary. Collaborative activities with presentation strategies and peer evaluations allow students to make connections and develop critical thinking skills. Unit comprehension tests assess students' grasp of key concepts presented in the unit lecture. Mapped to the Global Scale of English.



Academic Listening

Academic Listening Author John Flowerdew
ISBN-10 9780521455442
Release 1994
Pages 306
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This collection of original papers addresses the area of second language academic listening.



Contemporary Topics Teacher s Pack

Contemporary Topics Teacher s Pack Author Ellen Kisslinger
ISBN-10 0130948500
Release 2001-01-01
Pages 41
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This text provides an introduction to Marxist literary criticism. It comprises studies of major figures in the tradition, specifically Althusser, Gramsci, Eagleton, Adorno, Benjamin, Bloch, Lefebvre, Lukacs and Jameson. At the same time, through careful choice of critics, it functions as a general introduction to Marxist literary theory as a whole in relation to biblical studies. Throughout the aim is to show how this material is relevant to biblical criticism, in terms of both particular approaches to the Bible and the use of those approaches for interpreting selected texts from Genesis, Exodus, Ruth, 1 Samuel, 1-2 Kings, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Psalms and Daniel.



Contemporary Topics 3 Streaming Video Access Code Card

Contemporary Topics 3 Streaming Video Access Code Card Author David Beglar
ISBN-10 0133994171
Release 2014-11-06
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Contemporary Topics 3 Streaming Video Access Code Card has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Contemporary Topics 3 Streaming Video Access Code Card also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Contemporary Topics 3 Streaming Video Access Code Card book for free.



Noteworthy

Noteworthy Author Phyllis L. Lim
ISBN-10 1413003982
Release 2004-06
Pages 266
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The third edition of this groundbreaking book includes videotaped lectures in DVD or VHS format. Now teachers can use the audio program (available on both tapes and CD) with the support of video simulation of an academic lecture experience. Many new and updated lectures with high-interest topics are included. NOTEWORTHY develops students' listening and notetaking skills, provides insights into U.S. life and culture, and builds cross-disciplinary vocabulary.



Contemporary Topics 1

Contemporary Topics 1 Author Helen S. Solorzano
ISBN-10 013440064X
Release 2016-08-15
Pages
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Now in a fourth edition, Contemporary Topics expands on its highly respected approach to developing academic listening and study skills. Organized around realistic college lectures, the text guides learners through carefully sequenced activities in skills such as note-taking, focusing attention, intensive listening, and vocabulary building. It also helps students evaluate their interests and explore possible career paths. New to This Edition New subject areas, presented as one-on-one academic lectures, emphasize professional applications such as software engineering, multimedia design, information technology, urban planning, and social psychology. Learning Outcomes listed at the outset of each unit let students know the goals of each unit and what their learning experience will be. New audio interviews with topic experts provide context for the upcoming unit lecture. Bottom-up listening and pronunciation exercises emphasize important principles and improve real-time perception. An oral presentation activity, supported by specific preparation and delivery strategies, concludes each unit and includes the opportunity for peer evaluation. Proficiency assessments composed of short academic audio lectures and multiple-choice exams simulate TOEFL-style test format for practice on high-stakes tests. New Essential Online Resources include audio, video, and teacher materials (assessments, teaching notes, answer keys, audioscripts, presentation points, and more). Other Highlights Corpus vocabulary drawn from the Academic Word List ensures that students are exposed to core academic vocabulary. Collaborative activities with presentation strategies and peer evaluations allow students to make connections and develop critical thinking skills. Unit comprehension tests assess students' grasp of key concepts presented in the unit lecture. Mapped to the Global Scale of English.