The Teacher’s Resource File
It contains 200 pages of photocopiable material designed for the consolidation, reinforcement and testing of language and skills. The material in the Teacher’s Resource File has been prepared with the needs of mixed-ability classes in mind.
The Teacher’s Resource File contains the following material.
Tests. Access comes with a complete package of testing material which includes:
• A diagnostic test.
• Nine end-of-unit tests at two levels of difficulty(A = Standard) and (B = Advanced).
• Three end-of-term tests at two levels of difficulty (A = Standard) and (B = Advanced).
• Photocopiable answer key
Grammar and Vocabulary Practice. Access includes 8 revision pages of topic based vocabulary at ESO level. Grammar and Vocabulary Practice worksheets with activities at two levels of diffi culty (A = Standard) and (B = Advanced) with photocopiable answer keys. These worksheets provide further practice of the most common types of exercise that appear in the diff erent university entrance examinations.
Extra Exam Practice. The Extra Exam Practice material consists of nine reading comprehension exams. These exams provide further practice of the exercises students fi nd in the reading sections in the Students’ Book and Workbook.
Extra Listening Practice. The Extra Listening Practice material consists of nine listening tests in the form of radio interviews. Key vocabulary is presented at the beginning of each test in order to facilitate students’ overall understanding of the listening text. The questions in all the tests are multiple choice.
Extra Speaking Practice. The Extra Speaking Practice material helps students to deal with a range of situations by using different speaking strategies. Activities include role plays, gap-fill exercises, questions for discussion, describing photographs, questionnaires and dialogues.
Extra Writing Practice. The Extra Writing Practice material offers further practice based on writing models that cover a variety of text types. The exercises that accompany each model text require students to analyse its content, structure and use of language. By studying writing models in this way, students acquire strategies to improve their own written work.