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Cambridge University Press

978-1-107-64394-9 Complete First


Guy Brook-Hart
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Teachers Book

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Cambridge University Press
978-1-107-64394-9 Complete First
Guy Brook-Hart
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Contents
Introduction 4

1 A family affair 5

2 Leisure and pleasure 14

Vocabulary and grammar reviews Units 1 and 2 22

3 Happy holidays? 23

4 Food, glorious food 32

Vocabulary and grammar reviews Units 3 and 4 38

5 Study time 39

6 My first job 46

Vocabulary and grammar reviews Units 5 and 6 53

7 High adventure 54

8 Dream of the stars 62

Vocabulary and grammar reviews Units 7 and 8 68

9 Secrets of the mind 69

10 Spend, spend, spend? 76

Vocabulary and grammar reviews Units 9 and 10 82

11 Medical matters 83

12 Animal kingdom 90

Vocabulary and grammar reviews Units 11 and 12 97

13 House space 98

14 Fiesta! 104

Vocabulary and grammar reviews Units 13 and 14 111

Acknowledgements 112

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Guy Brook-Hart
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Introduction
Who Complete First is for The scripts have been error coded to enable research
into language areas which students at each exam level
Complete First Second Edition is an enjoyable and find problematic.
motivating topic-based course designed to give a thorough
preparation for the revised Cambridge English: First exam
(Common European Framework of Reference level B2). It
What the Teachers Book contains
is particularly suitable for teenagers and young adults. It Unit notes for the 14 units of the Students Book which:
offers: state the objectives of each unit
give step-by-step advice on how to treat each
stimulating authentic reading texts, providing training exercise in the unit
in the reading techniques and strategies needed to deal contain information about exam tasks and what they
with exam reading tasks are testing
listening tasks, providing practice with strategies for offer a wide range of suggestions for alternative
handling exam listening tasks treatments of the material in the Students Book
offer a wide range of ideas for extension activities to
a systematic approach to exam speaking tasks, follow up Students Book activities
providing models for students to follow and clear contain comprehensive answer keys for each activity
outcomes for improved exam performance and exercise
contain complete recording scripts. The sections of
many opportunities for personalisation, with further
text which provide the answers to listening tasks are
speaking activities
underlined.
a step-by-step approach to writing tasks, with models to
A Teachers Resources CD-ROM containing:
work from and sample answers
14 photocopiable activities, one for each unit,
comprehensive coverage of all major grammar areas designed to provide enjoyable recycling of work done
tested in the Cambridge English: First exam. These are in the Students Book unit, but without a specific exam-
supported by work on correcting common grammar style focus. Each activity is accompanied by detailed
mistakes made by exam candidates, as revealed by the teachers notes.
Cambridge Learner Corpus 14 photocopiable progress tests which test the
grammar and vocabulary taught in the units and
vocabulary input based on information from the English reading comprehension skills. Each test can be given
Vocabulary Profile (EVP) and the Cambridge Learner to a class to do in a lesson of 60 minutes.
Corpus. The EVP, which is part of English Profile, is 14 photocopiable word lists covering vocabulary
funded mainly by Cambridge University Press and encountered in the Students Book. The vocabulary
Cambridge English Language Assessment. It aims to items are accompanied by definitions supplied by
create a profile for English linked to the Common corpus-informed Cambridge dictionaries. These lists
European Framework of Reference for Languages can be given to students for private study, reference
(CEF). The EVP provides detailed information about or revision after they have completed the unit, or
for reference while they are working on the unit if
the vocabulary that learners can be expected to use
you prefer. The lists are intended as an extra tool for
at each CEF level. For more information, please visit
extending students vocabulary.
www.englishprofile.org.
photocopiable scripts of the recorded materials used
The CLC is part of the Cambridge English Corpus and in the Listening, Speaking and Grammar sections.
has been developed by Cambridge English Language Unlike the scripts in the Teachers Book, these do
Assessment and Cambridge University Press to provide not have the answers underlined and so can be used
evidence about language use in order to produce better for follow-up work after completing the tasks in the
language-teaching materials. It contains large numbers Students Book.
of scripts produced by candidates in Cambridge exams.

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