On Your Mark 1, Introductory, Scott Foresman English

Series
Addison-Wesley
Author
Karen Davy  
Publisher
Pearson
Cover
Softcover
Edition
2
Language
English
Total pages
144
Pub.-date
February 2000
ISBN13
9780201471748
ISBN
0201471744


On Your Mark - Book 1

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On Your Mark 1, Introductory, Scott Foresman English
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Description

On Your Mark 1and 2 are the introductory levels of the new edition of Scott Foresman English. Scott Foresman English, a theme-based, integrated skills program for secondary and adult students, is unique and flexible series with multiple entry levels. The components can be used together as a comprehensive, eight-level course or individually as separate mini-courses. On Your Mark 1 features carefully controlled vocabulary introduced in pictures and categories, clear grammar presentations and practice, focused listening tasks, personalized conversations with clarification strategies, and basic reading and writing kills development. One Your Mark is the ideal course for true beginners.

Features

  • NEW—Explicit learning strategies—Help promote academic success.
  • NEW—Extensive interactive grammar and speaking activities—Provide communicative practice and tap students' personal knowledge and experience.
  • NEW—Review materials every three units—Recycles and reinforces key vocabulary and grammar.
  • NEW—Achievement tests—Allow students to assess their progress after each unit.
  • NEW—New spiral-bound Teacher's Editions—Interleave four-color student book pages with black and white teacher's notes, making the abundant teaching ideas, optional expansion activities, tapescripts, and answer keys easy to use.
  • NEW—Companion website—www.longman.com
  • A fully integrated four-skills syllabus promotes well-rounded learning and academic preparation.
  • Thematic units teach English through a variety of high-interest content.
  • A student-centered approach encourages students to share their personal experiences, develop critical thinking skills, and use learning strategies.
  • Prelistening, prereading and prewriting activities give students the focus and support they need to succeed with these language skills.
  • Clear grammar presentations provide a balance of controlled and communicative practice.

Table of Contents

Starting Out

 

            To say “Hello” and Goodbye”

            To introduce oneself

            To understand classroom language

 

 

UNIT 1            What’s Your Name?

 

            To greet and respond to greetings

            To use classroom language

            To use number words (one to ten)

            To spell one’s name aloud

 

 

UNIT 2            Where Is It?

 

            To understand and use plurals

            To identify classroom objects

            To use number words (eleven to twenty)

            To tell where things are

            To introduce oneself and others

 

 

UNIT 3            At School

 

            To identify places and people at school

            To use number words (twenty to one hundred)

            To understand and say addresses and phone numbers

 

 

REVIEW (Units 1-3)

 

 

UNIT 4            At Home

 

            To identify family relationships

            To name the parts of a home

            To talk about families

 

 

UNIT 5            What Time Do You Have Lunch?

 

            To identify school subjects

            To tell time

            To talk about daily routines

 

 

UNIT 6            What Do You Do on the Weekend?

 

            To talk about weekly activities

            To name the days of the week

            To identify the parts of the day

            To talk about what one always or never does

 

 

REVIEW (Units 4-6)

 

 

UNIT 7            What’s the Matter?

 

            To say how one feels

            To name the parts of the body

            To talk about health problems

            To say what one can and can’t do

 

 

UNIT 8            What Would You Like?

 

            To identify fast-food items

            To specify amounts of items

            To say prices of items

            To read a menu and order food

            To talk about food likes and dislikes

 

 

UNIT 9            Is the Library Near Here?

 

            To identify community buildings

            To name locations

            To read maps

            To read signs

            To follow directions

            To give directions

 

 

REVIEW (Units 7-9)

 

 

UNIT 10          What Do They Do?

 

            To identify people’s occupations

            To name workplaces

            To talk about likes and dislikes

            To give reasons for choosing an occupation

 

 

UNIT 11          What Are You Doing?

 

            To talk about free-time activities

            To say what one is doing now

            To say what others are doing now

 

 

UNIT 12          This Jacket Is Too Big!

 

            To identify clothes items

            To describe clothing by size and color

            To talk about problems with clothes

            To talk about clothing preferences

 

 

REVIEW (Units 10-12)

 

 

International Phonetic Alphabet

 

Unit Vocabulary

 

Index

Back Cover

On Your Mark 1 and 2 are the introductory levels of Scott Foresman English, a theme-based, integrated skills program for secondary and adult students. Scott Foresman English is a unique and flexible series with multiple entry levels. The components can be used together as a comprehensive multilevel course or individually as separate mini-courses.

Key Features

  • Thematic units have personalized, engaging activities involving independent and group work.
  • Grammar presentations and practice allow students to focus on form, meaning, and use.
  • Listening and speaking skills in real-life contexts allow students to develop effective communication strategies.
  • Learning strategies help students manage their language study effectively and independently.
  • Reading and writing skills promote academic success.
  • Review sections every three units reinforce the key grammar and vocabulary points.
  • Achievement tests allow teachers and students to assess their progress after each unit.

The other levels of Scott Foresman English, Second Edition, are In Contact 1 and 2 (Beginning), On Target 1 and 2 (Intermediate) and In Charge 1 and 2 (Advanced).