Lifelines 1: Coping Skills In English

Series
Prentice Hall
Author
Barbara Foley / Howard Pomann  
Publisher
Pearson
Cover
Softcover
Edition
2
Language
English
Total pages
112
Pub.-date
February 1992
ISBN13
9780135295380
ISBN
0135295386


Lifelines

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9780135295380
Lifelines 1: Coping Skills In English
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Description

Revised edition of best selling survival English Series for beginners. Revision includes new update units, more activities and "interaction charts".

Features

  • Each volume presents 20 self-contained unites covering basic coping skills.
  • Drawings and photographs illustrate various situations for added comprehension.
  • Interaction charts direct students to speak to each other on a topic and record their partner's answer on a simple chart.
  • Full-page illustrations let students expand and apply the new structure and vocabulary in an open-ended situation.

Table of Contents

1. Hello and Goodbye

Present tense of be

Saying hello and goodbye

 

Skills

Introducing yourself

Greeting a friend

Saying good-bye

 

2. Introductions

Present tense of be

Subject pronouns

Where questions

 

Skills

Introducing Yourself

Giving information about yourself

 

3. Your Name and Telephone Number

Present tense of be

What questions

Numbers 1-10

The alphabet

 

Skills

Asking for and giving your name

Asking for and giving your telephone number

Filling out a form

 

4. Your Address and Birthdate

Present tense of be

What questions

Possessive adjectives

Numbers 11-100

 

Skills

Asking for and giving your address

Asking for and giving your birthdate

Filling out a form

 

5. Family

Present tense of be

Adjectives

Possessive nouns

Who questions

 

Skills

Describing people

Talking about family members

 

6. School

Present tense of be

Yes/No questions

How old questions

 

Skills

Giving a child's grade and age

Talking about family members

 

7. Transportation

Present tense of be

When questions

 

Skills

Asking for train information

Telling the time

Giving prices

 

8. Downtown

Present tense of be

Where questions

on / next to / between / across from

 

Skills

Asking for and giving locations

Talking about public places

 

9. Community Resources

Present continuous tense

What questions

 

Skills

Describing community services

Giving information about public places

 

10. The Supermarket

Present tense of be

Where questions

in / in the back / in the front

 

Skills

Talking about food items

Asking for location

Talking about price and quality

 

11. Restaurants

I'd like and I want

How questions

 

Skills

Ordering breakfast

Understanding a menu

 

12. Clothes

Present continuous tense

What size questions

 

Skills

Asking for items in a clothing store

Giving sizes

Talking about weather

 

13. Prices

This / These

it / them

How much questions

 

Skills

Expressing like

Asking for prices

Understanding an advertisement

 

14. Health

Simple present tense

have / has

 

Skills

Describing aches and pains

Identifying parts of the body

 

15. The Drugstore

Simple present tense

have / has

should

 

Skills

Describing symptoms

Asking for advice in a drugstore

Understanding prescriptions

 

16. Furniture

Simple present tense

have / has

 

Skills

Describing an apartment

Identifying furniture

 

17. Housing

Simple present tense

Yes/No questions

 

Skills

Describing the features of an apt.

Understanding a classified ad

 

18. Work

Present tense of be

Simple present tense

 

Skills

Talking about jobs, hours, and places of employment

Understanding a classified job ad

 

19. Jobs

Simple present tense

Why questions

because

 

Skills

Expressing opinions about a job

 

20. Telephone

Present continuous tense

Can I / I'd like

 

Skills

Answering a telephone call

Asking to speak to someone

Calling directory assistance

Using the telephone book

 

 

Concentration Games

Back Cover

This 4-volume, competency-based series integrates real-life skills with essential language, vocabulary, and cultural information. Individual, small group, and whole class exercises emphasize natural language and ample oral/aural practice.

  • Each volume presents 20 selfcontained units covering basic coping skills.
  • Drawings, photographs, and realia illustrate various situations for added comprehension.
  • Interaction charts direct students to speak to each other on a topic and record their partner¿s answer on a simple chart.
  • Full-page illustrations let students expand and apply the new structure and vocabulary in an open-ended situation.