The Mind Series

openMind 3 Student's Book and Webcode Split Edition A

openMind 3 Student

Steve Taylore-Knowles and Joanne Taylore-Knowles and Mickey Rogers

ISBN:
1120100202537
English Type:
American English
Level:
Level 3
Weight:
0.2400kg

This contains the first six units of openMind 3 Student's Book.

The Student's Book Pack consists of a Student's Book and access to mindOnline, the companion Web site for openMind. 

 Each unit contains six pages of language sections and two pages of lifeSkills. Each unit includes an Opener, Language Wrap-Up, and Communicative Wrap-Up. 

mindOnline provides students with numerous additional resources including interactive wordlists, video pieces and language practice.

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Key Features

  • Students learn grammar in four, easy steps. Each grammar section starts with a short text presenting the new language in context. A 'Watch Out!' feature warns students of common learner errors
  • Vocabulary is taught with an emphasis on the most frequent and useful words for students according to the Macmillan English Dictionaries
  • openMind does real skills development. Learners develop subskills in reading, listening, speaking, and writing. Skills development sections include a summary of what the subskill is, e.g. skimming or listening for gist, why it's important and how to apply it
  • The lifeSkills activity recycles language from the unit while giving students the chance to learn a key higher-order skill in the areas of self-direction and learning, organization and planning, information and research, thinking and problem solving, and collaboration
  • Pronunciation sections always include audio, and guide students to notice a pattern or rule which will help them pronounce more naturally

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