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50 Conversation Classes: 50 sets of conversation cards with an accompanying activity sheet containing vocabulary, idioms and grammar. Paperback – April 25, 2014
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1. The topics are relevant to an English learner: cars, business, eating out, travel, etc.
2. The activities are very well organized, while also giving plenty of opportunity for individualization.
This may not be a "con", per se, but for AMERICAN English users, be aware this is written in British English and you will have to either re-copy handouts and/or teach the difference between British and American spellings and vocabulary, for example: humour/humor, "boot" for trunk, tyre/tire, practise/ practice, "petrol"/gas, etc. This is a moderate annoyance because it means you'll have to go through each page and re-write words before you copy the page.
I wish I had known this before I purchased this book, nevertheless, the organization, content, and activities are so well thought-out, that it's probably worth it to do that. I'll definitely use the ideas in this book.
"Would you like to live for 1000 years?" "If it [was} (Should be were. Condition contrary to fact.) possible to time travel, which time period would you like to visit?" "Do you think people will work more or less in the future?" "Are you optimistic or pessimistic about the future?"
It seems to me that a great many of these questions require extensive teacher follow up to expand student answers.
The biggest complaint I have about this book is that there are editing errors here and there throughout the text. It's meant to teach English, so it should be edited properly.