Sobre o livro
iDentities is a brand-new two-level course for adults and young adults which gives upper-intermediate and advanced students the tools they need to speak, listen, read and write with greater fluency and accuracy. The course combines high-interest topics with a rich vocabulary syllabus and a clear, organized approach to grammar. Fun and varied activities with many opportunities for personalization mean that students really learn to express themselves in a variety of different contexts. The course is supported by extensive online practice and a wide range of tests on the Richmond Learning Platform. Key Features With iDentities students will: • enjoy learning English through motivating contemporary texts and lively activities; • study more advanced grammar inductively, in context and focusing on usage and meaning; • enjoy the benefits of a rich vocabulary syllabus, with meaningful lexical sets – including phrasal verbs – presented in context; • Make it personal with challenging personalized speaking tasks; • learn How to say it through boxes that introduce useful formulas, conversation strategies and functions; • develop their writing skills systematically with a full page in every unit; • watch authentic videos; • practice their pronunciation in targeted speaking activities; • develop their speaking skills into writing through the Conversation section; • practice the language with over 5 pages of Workbook activities per unit and a wealth of online activities on the Richmond Learning Platform.
Componentes da obra
- CD de áudio
- Livro digital para projeção (IWB)
- LMS Plataform
Sobre os autores
Luiz Otávio Barros
Luiz Otávio Barros (MA in Applied Linguistics, Lancaster University) has been teaching, training teachers, designing language courses and writing ELT materials since 1992. Formerly academic coordinator at Cultura Inglesa São Paulo (where he was responsible for the advanced levels, as well as COTE, DOTE and DELTA tuition), head of research and development at Associação Alumni São Paulo (where he was in charge of the adult segment) and BRAZ-TESOL’s second vice president, Luiz Otávio is co-author of Richmond’s English ID / Identities and series editor of Access.
Paul Seligson has been ‘TEFLing’ worldwide for 40+ years, is a Latin American specialist, and well-known for his lively, pragmatic training. His many ELT publications include English File, Kids’ Web, Essential English 1-5 and Identities 1 and 2. His newest title, English ID Second Edition, remains the only 4-level course specifically written for Portuguese and Spanish speakers in Latin America, and is significantly improved, with many new, locally relevant features! He works freelance from Brighton, and is absolutely 'encantated' to be able to work once again with Brazilian teachers.