'Built in' extra resources, such as the Practice section of extra exercises, mean Language to go can easily be expanded from a short intensive course to a more extensive English course Language points are regularly revisited and extended throughout the course, so students can join at any stage A syllabus of independent lessons enables teachers to adapt the course according to students' language needs Lessons are clearly presented on a double-page and teach a manageable `chunk' of language to use straightaway Includes a pull-out Phrasebook covers essential words and expressions, and useful advice for everyday communication.
Antonia Clare as an educational co-ordinator for the International House World Organisation, Antonia develops materials and courses, and trains teachers for a network of over 115 schools. She has been in teaching and training for over 10 years, working in Italy, Hong Kong, Portugal, Ukraine, Poland, South Africa, and the UK. JJ Wilson graduated from The University of Edinburgh with an MA in History of Art and English Literature. After training at International House, London, he taught and trained teachers in Egypt, Lesotho (where he ran a student theatre), Colombia, UK and Italy, where he now lives. At present he teaches a combination of General and Business English to adults. His teaching is broadly humanistic - he often presents language by using his own photos and through anecdotes. His chief interests in the field include vocabulary acquisition and the development of innovative methods and materials for the classroom. Language to Go is JJ's first ELT book, but his short fiction has been published by Penguin and Pulp Faction, among others. He was a junior international rugby player and still plays when time allows.