Aim High will help your students succeed as language learners in the classroom, with their homework and also on exams.
How will you do it?
Builds knowledge of student vocabulary through a structured and progressive approach.
What does this mean?
There are over 50 elements of active vocabulary in each unit, including words from the Oxford 3000TM.
Students learn the meaning of the new words, but they also learn how and when to use them themselves.
And these are not just useful everyday words.
They are also introduced to expressions, idioms, phrasal verbs, etc.
Essential language for communicating well in English.
As a teacher, you will want to help your students become self-employed.
At Aim High there are many opportunities to prepare for this.
In the Student Book there is a "Dictionary Corner", with exercises to help them achieve student autonomy.
With the self-test and review boxes you can see how they progress on their own.
A Grammar Reference and Grammar Builder brings together all the grammar and vocabulary of the unit.
This allows students to review grammar points and review what they have learned.