3 edition of Put English To Work Level 6 Teacher Guide found in the catalog.
September 1, 1996 by McGraw-Hill ESL/ELT .
Written in English
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Covers Reading and Viewing – Foundation to Level 6 as contained in the current version of the Toolkit. The Guide contains the following sections: • The ‘Literacy Teaching Toolkit: Foundation to Level 6’ section provides information about what the Toolkit is, how it is structured, what it includes, how teachers.
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Worksheets and teacher's notes for Units of Level 4. Downloadable reinforcement activities, which help to consolidate vocabulary and grammar structures. They may be done in school or at home. Teaching notes for Unit 11 worksheets. This is the PET - Preliminary English test 1, Listening Part 1 from Cambridge.
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To use Bloom's taxonomy, set learning goals for a lesson or unit by first fitting student work into each level.
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3. Celebrate hard work. Show students that you value the work they put into learning. Identify milestones in the work everyone is accomplishing each day. Once a week, choose one particularly hardworking team or student to share their story. Let the class ask them how they accomplished the work.
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