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    • 1.  
    • 2.  
    • 3. Successful learning is all about motivation
      • Reason and desire to communicate
      • Interesting, relevant topics
      • Personalized, achievable tasks and activities
      • Authentic input - real language, most useful words and phrases
      • Variety - input styles, visuals, activities, etc.
      • Student choice and independence
      • Enthusiasm for teaching, interest in students
    • 4.  
    • 5. face2face: key motivator
      • Authentic input:
      • Corpus-informed vocabulary – ensures exposure to most frequent, useful, and modern words and phrases
    • 6. What is a corpus? A corpus is a collection of samples of a language, stored in a computer database Written Spoken
    • 7. 650 million 40 million 19 million Cambridge International Corpus Written Corpus Spoken Corpus Learner Corpus
    • 8. Main uses of corpora
      • Frequency information / counts
      • Context of use - concordances and collocations
      • Samples of authentic language
    • 9. face2face: Core elements in language learning
      • Core language - vocabulary, grammar, real world, pronunciation
      • Core communication skills - listening and speaking
      • Core learning skills - reviewing and reflection
    • 10. Vocabulary
      • -Lexical input in every lesson :
      • Lexical fields (bus, car, train, etc.)
      • Collocations (go swimming, play tennis,etc.)
      • Sentence stems ( Would you like …?etc.)
      • Fixed and semi-fixed phrases ( See you soon, Have a nice evening, etc. )
      • - Followed by communicative practice of it
    • 11.  
    • 12.  
    • 13. Grammar
      • Introduced in context in a listening or a reading text
      • Students work out the rule for themselves before checking in the Language Summaries
      • Grammar forms are practised in pronunciation drills and communicative speaking activities and consolidated through written practice
    • 14. Inductive learning
    • 15. Real World
      • Functional and Situational language
      • -functions: suggestions, requests and offers, giving advice
      • -situations: in a shop, in a restaurant, planning a day out
    • 16.  
    • 17.  
    • 18. Pronunciation
      • Integrated for all new grammar, all Real World language
      • Sentence stress, weak forms, intonation, linking, etc.
    • 19.  
    • 20.
      • 1. Sentence stress, rhythm and speed; identifying key information
      • 2. Weak forms and contractions
      • 3. Elision ( junowadimean? ) and ellipsis ( understand? )
      • 4. Recognizing and interpreting intonation in discourse management (mood, turn taking, topic change, etc.)
      • 5. Recognizing redundancy (fillers, false starts, etc.)
      What makes listening difficult?
    • 21. face2face listening
      • Focuses on features why English can be problematic
    • 22.  
    • 23.  
    • 24.  
    • 25. face2face Speaking Basic Principles
      • Little and often
      • Planning time
      • Personalization
      • Accuracy and fluency
    • 26. Planning time
    • 27. Reviewing
      • Review sections at the beginning of every lesson and at the end of each unit
      • Photocopiable Progress Tests for each unit
    • 28.  
    • 29.  
    • 30. Reflection
      • Based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, the Progress Portfolios allow students to monitor their own language development
    • 31.  
    • 32. Support for the teacher
      • Teacher’s Book
      • Teaching tips, full teaching notes
      • Photocopiables:
      • 35 extra class activities
      • 12 vocabulary worksheets - extra vocab.
      • 5 study skills worksheets
      • 12 progress tests (incl. 2 listening tests)
    • 33. Multimedia: face2face
      • Audio CD / CD-ROM
    • 34. face2face CD-ROM / audio CD
      • Over 200 interactive practice activities -
        • grammar, vocabulary, Real World situations, pronunciation
      • My activities - create your own lessons
      • My portfolio - customizable reference tool for extra help and information; create your own tests, check your progress
    • 35. THANKS

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