Wednesday, September 29, 2010

First day questionnaire

INITIAL ASSESSMENT: NB-2 First Day Questionnaire

Use the Comments section of this entry to answer the following questions:
  
1. What is your name? What is your class group?
2. Why are you studying English?
3. What skills are you good at? (SPEAKING/LISTENING/WRITING/READING)
4. What skills are you bad at? (SPEAKING/LISTENING/WRITING/READING)
5. What are your favourite activities? (e.g. songs, games, listening, speaking tasks, etc.) 
6. Are you in contact with English outside the classroom?  
7. As a student, what are your good points? (eg. I am a hard-working student, I am good at grammar, etc.)  
8. As a student, what are your bad points? (eg. pronunciation, listening, etc.)  
9. Write a brief summary about your English learning trajectory. 
10. What do you expect from this course?

Class material and other recommended resources for NB2

Hi everybody!

These are the books we'll be using this year:

New English File Pre-Intermediate (Oxford)
Student's Book + Workbook (with key)








This book includes some extra online material. You can do the suggested activities as we progress in the course. Visit this link to see the New English File Pre-Intermediate online resources.


Recommended grammar: Essential Grammar in Use (3rd Edition with answers and CD) (Cambridge)







There are also some recommended books for those students with difficulties in pronunciation. If you are interested, you can buy the New Headway Pronunciation Pre-Intermediate (Oxford). The book includes a CD with audio tracks for your convenience, but it not obligatory.






See you soon!

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Welcome to my Basic Level 2 blog!

Hi everyone!

Welcome to my Basic Level 2 Blog!

This blog has been conceived as a complement to my on-site sessions at the EOI Torre-Pacheco. Here you will find extra material to work online and will allow you to expand your knowledge of the language any time you want.

I hope you find this blog useful and enjoy this online experience as much as I do.

See you around!

Sergio