Next Generation Grammar 1 with MyEnglishLab

Best.Nr.
978-0-132-56063-4
Reihe
Next Generation Grammar
Verlag
Pearson Education
Produkttyp
Buch
Umfang
240 Seiten
Erschienen am
20.06.2013
Sprache
Englisch

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Abstract

Next Generation Grammar seamlessly blends course work and online content to optimize instruction and provide a 21st century learning experience that will engage and motivate learners.   In class = Teacher directed
Thematic lessons, concise presentations and meaningful communicative activities integrate skills with grammar.   Online = Student directed
Dynamic practice activities and rich feedback support instruction…whenever, wherever.  Also includes a Grammar Coach for quick, engaging review in a student-friendly video format.  Ongoing assessment allows teachers to track progress and students to monitor their learning.   The four-level series includes:
  • Course book available in print or eText format.
  • ActiveTeach, a powerful electronic resource for exciting whole-class teaching – allows instructors to project course book pages, play video and audio, and create annotations.  Also includes teaching notes.

Description

Next Generation Grammar seamlessly blends course work and online content to optimize instruction and provide a 21st century learning experience that will engage and motivate learners.

 

In class = Teacher directed
Thematic lessons, concise presentations and meaningful communicative activities integrate skills with grammar.

 

Online = Student directed
Dynamic practice activities and rich feedback support instruction…whenever, wherever. Also includes a Grammar Coach for quick, engaging review in a student-friendly video format. Ongoing assessment allows teachers to track progress and students to monitor their learning.

 

The four-level series includes:

  • Course book available in print or eText format.
  • ActiveTeach, a powerful electronic resource for exciting whole-class teaching — allows instructors to project course book pages, play video and audio, and create annotations. Also includes teaching notes.

Backcover

Next Generation Grammar seamlessly blends course work and online content to optimize instruction and provide a 21st century learning experience that will engage and motivate learners.

 

In class = Teacher directed
Thematic lessons, concise presentations and meaningful communicative activities integrate skills with grammar.

 

Online = Student directed
Dynamic practice activities and rich feedback support instruction…whenever, wherever. Also includes a Grammar Coach for quick, engaging review in a student-friendly video format. Ongoing assessment allows teachers to track progress and students to monitor their learning.

 

The four-level series includes:

  • Course book available in print or eText format.
  • ActiveTeach, a powerful electronic resource for exciting whole-class teaching — allows instructors to project course book pages, play video and audio, and create annotations. Also includes teaching notes.

Table Of Contents

Unit 1  BACK TO SCHOOL

 Chapter 1   Welcome, Students!

  Nouns and pronouns

  Simple present; Statements with be

 Chapter 2   The Class of 2016   

  Simple present: Yes / No questions and short answers with be

  This, that, these, those

  Simple present: Wh- questions with be  

 Unit Assessments

 

 

Unit 2  A DAY IN THE LIFE

 Chapter 3   Journal Writing

  Simple present: Statements

  Third person singular: Irregular and other forms

 Chapter 4   Blogging

  Simple present: Yes / No quesitons

  Simple present: Wh- questions

 Unit Assessments

 

 

Unit 3  WHERE IN THE WORLD?

 Chapter 5   Mapping It Out

  Simple present: There is and There are

  Prepositions of place

 Chapter 6   Traveling Through Time

  Simple past: There + be statements

  Simple present and past: Be + there questions

 Unit Assessments

 

 

Unit 4  ENGLISH FUN

 Chapter 7   Proverbs

  Parts of speech: Nouns, pronouns, verbs, prepositions, and adjectives

  Sentences: Subjects, verbs, and objects

  Question forms

 Chapter 8   Changing Language

  Sentence patterns with be

  Prepositional phrases / Object pronouns

 Unit Assessments

 

 

Unit 5  GENERATIONS

 Chapter 9   Different Points of View

  Expressing advice: Should infinitives

 Chapter 10    Generational Differences

  Possessive nouns and adjectives

  Gerunds

 Unit Assessments

 

 

Unit 6  WE'RE COOKING NOW

 Chapter 11    Culinary Science

  Present progressive: Statements

  Present progressive: Questions

  Simple present vs. present progressive

 Chapter 12    Around the Global Dinner Table

  Count and noncount nouns

  How many . . .?  How much . . .? / Quantifiers

 Unit Assessments

 

 

Unit 7  THE FUTURE IS COMING SOON

 Chapter 13    My Future

  Future: Be going to

  Future: Present progressive

 Chapter 14    Our Future

  Future: Will

  Quantifiers: Comparisons

 Unit Assessments

 

 

Unit 8  ARCHITECTURE

 Chapter 15   House and Climate

  Descriptive adjectives

  Very, too, enough

 Chapter 16    International Designs

  Comparative adjectives

  As . . . as and other expressions

 Unit Assessments

 

 

Unit 9  HIDDEN HISTORY

 Chapter 17    Uncovering the Past

  Simple past: Regular verbs

  Simple past: Irregular verbs

 Chapter 18    City of Angels

  Simple past: Questions

  Time signals

 Unit Assessments

 

 

Unit 10  PATHWAYS

 Chapter 19    Their Stories

  Past progressive: Statements

  Past progressive: Questions

 Chapter 20    Intersecting Lives

  Time clauses: While and when

  Simple past vs. past progressive

    Unit Assessments

 

 

Appendices

 

A  Spelling rules for -s endings on regular plural nouns

B  Spelling of irregular plural

C  Pronunciation and spelling rules for final -s on verbs with he, she, it subjects

D  Subject pronouns, object pronouns, and possessive adjectives

E  Spelling rules for -ing endings

F  Non-action verbs: Verbs not commonly used in progressive tenses

G  Noncount nouns

H  Spelling rules for comparative adjectives

I  Spelling rules for -ed endings

J  Verbs with irregular simple past forms

K  World Map