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Imaginative Projects (Cambridge Copy Collection)by Matt Wicks
Synopses & Reviews
Imaginative Projects is a photocopiable supplementary resource book for teachers of EFL learners aged 11-17. This book provides a bank of ten projects, on themes designed to capture the imagination of students and encourage them to use English naturally in groups to work on the projects end product such as a poster, radio programme, or performance. This flexible material is linked to coursebook topics and language areas. Eight of the projects consist of four single lesson 'mini projects' that can be used independently. It offers step-by-step teaching notes, a cross-referenced map of the book and a mini-map at the start each project. If you need a motivating, enjoyable alternative to supplement your coursebook, Imaginative Projects is ideal.
Photocopiable supplementary material for teachers of EFL learners age 11-17, providing ten projects on appealing themes for this age group. Learners use interactive English to produce a poster, radio programme or exhibition. This flexible material links to coursebook topics and structures, and eight projects contain shorter, independent activities. There are clearly staged teaching notes, a cross-referenced map of the book and a mini-map for each project. A motivating, user-friendly alternative to mainstream course material.
A resource book of project work for young learners.
Flexible, motivating, photocopiable material for teens to supplement the coursebook.
Table of Contents
Introduction; CLASSROOM LANGUAGE; 1. Creating things; 2. Game play; THE ISLAND: 1.1. Island poster; 1.2. Travels with my rucksack; 1.3. Desert Island students; 1.4. Robinson Crusoe; MOVIE MOGULS: 2.1. The Audition; 2.2. The mogul game; 2.3. Movie magazine; 2.4. Shooting; SPACE CITY: 3.1. Building the future; 3.2. The city of the future; 3.3. Travel to Space City; 3.4. Loving the alien; THE EXHIBITION: 4.1. Three little pictures; 4.2. Make my machine; 4.3. Opening the wardrobe; 4.4. Catwalk; BLIND DATE: 5.1. Getting a date; 5.2. The date; 5.3. Photo love; 5.4. Honeymoon; RADIO SHOW: 6.1. Idols; 6.2. Adverts; 6.3. The Harchards; 6.4. Headlines; THE RESTAURANT: 7.1. Food families; 7.2. Setting up; 7.3. Dining out; 7.4. Our restaurant; SECRET AGENT: 8.1. Equipping your agent; 8.2. Codes; 8.3. Interrogation; 8.4. The base; A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S PROJECT: 9.1. Introduction and background; 9.2. Auditions; 9.3. Rehearsals and preparation; 9.4. Performance; TIME CAPSULE: 10.1. Introduction; 10.2. Decisions; 10.3. Filling; 10.4. Burial; Appendix 1; Using new technology; Appendix 2; Using the community
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