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Presentation by Terry Philips at the ELT conference/ Khartoum University and British Council/ Sudan/ 1-3 March 2010

Presentation by Terry Philips at the ELT conference/ Khartoum University and British Council/ Sudan/ 1-3 March 2010

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    • New Skills in English by Terry Phillips and Anna Phillips
    • New Skills in English
      • What do you notice about:
        • the organization of the theme?
        • the contents of each section?
        • lesson headings?
        • exercise headings?
        • exercise types?
        • vocabulary?
        • grammar?
        • skills and sub skills?
      • What are the similarities and differences between New SIE and...
        • other EAP materials?
        • other General English materials?
        • current SIE, if you are familiar with it?
      • What features of the book:
        • will make it easy to use?
        • might cause you problems?
    • Receptive Skills:Top Down
      • Schemata
      • Real world knowledge
      • Hypothesis
      • Hypothesis vs contents
    • Receptive Skills: Bottom Up
      • Pragmatic meaning
      • Grammatical meaning vs hypothesis
      • Grammatical meaning
      • Meaningful units
    • Productive Skills
      • researched
      • meaning
      • into
      • rehearsed
      • words
      • + specific discourse structure
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    • New Skills in English
      • Transferable skills
      • Transferable vocabulary
      • Transferable knowledge
    • New Skills in English
      • Four levels plus Starting Skills
        • from False Beginner to IELTS 6.5 = A2/B1 to C1/C2
        • over 300 hours of tuition per level
        • many routes through material for fewer hours
      • Full workbook for each level
    • New Skills in English
      • Ten knowledge themes per level
        • Education
        • Psychology and Sociology
        • Work and Business
        • Science and Nature
        • The Physical World
        • Culture and Civilization
        • Technology
        • Arts and Media
        • Sports and Leisure
        • Nutrition and Health
    • New Skills in English
      • Four skills sections per theme
        • Listening
          • to lectures and talks; note taking
        • Speaking
          • preparation for oral presentation
          • preparation for participation in tutorials
        • Reading
          • for academic research; note taking
        • Writing
          • academic assignments of all discourse types
    • New Skills in English
      • Extra lessons in every theme
        • Everyday English
          • practice in conversational functions
        • Knowledge Quiz
          • reviewing information and vocabulary
        • Portfolio Work
          • integrated skills work
          • allows students to build a body of own work
    • New Skills in English
      • Five lessons per skill
        • 1. Vocabulary
          • for schemata, knowledge, vocabulary
        • 2. Real-time practice
          • ‘ have a go’ at the target skills while revising learnt skills
        • 3. Learning new skills
          • highlighting and practising new skills
        • 4. Grammar
          • specific grammar knowledge for the skill
        • 5. Applying new skills
          • parallel activity to real-time task
    • New Skills in English
      • Objectives
        • for each skill section
        • for each lesson
        • for each exercise
      • Extra exercises in the TB
        • to introduce the lesson
        • to close the lesson
        • for weaker students
        • for more able students
    • New Skills in English