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Q: Skills for Success Third Edition 2 Listening and Speaking Classroom Presentation Tools Access Code

by Scanton, Jamie Published by Oxford University Press

Published 2021.


Q: Skills for Success Third Edition builds on its question-centred approach to help students achieve academic success. 90% of teachers believe that Q: Skills for Success has played a significant part in improving the skills their students need for academic study

Q: Skills for Success is renowned for helping students to achieve academic success in English.

The Third Edition helps students to develop the techniques and critical thinking skills they need for academic study with new Critical Thinking Strategies, updated texts and topics and 100% new assessment.

Deliver heads-up lessons with the Classroom Presentation Tool, a digital resource for the front of the class with an extensive range of easy-to-use features.

Encourage the whole class to participate with interactive activities and video that fill the screen and boost engagement. For teachers, it's easier than ever to run successful lessons with built-in tools including audio and video, answer keys that reveal answers one-by-one or all at once and annotation tools. Plan lessons wherever you like, from your tablet device or computer, then see your notes, annotations, and links in your classroom computer.

Key Features:

Show the Student Book on screen during lessons.

Play audio and video at the touch of a button.

Click direct links from the Student Book to access iQ Online Practice activities on screen.

Open the scripts that accompany audio and video activities so students can read the dialogue at the same time.

Speed up or slow down the audio to tailor lessons to your students' listening level.

Record your students speaking and compare their voices to the course audio.

Plan your lessons wherever you are. Add text or audio notes to a page, save your web links, then open them in class.

Reveal the answers to students one-by-one or all at once. Mark the answers on a page, then delete them so the class can try again.

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