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    Course Books for M1-M3 wanted

    Hello!

    I'll be teaching M1-M3 for the next term. This is my first teaching job. My supervisor asked me for suggestions on good course books.

    Please share your experience!

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    What subject?
    Excuse me for not taking this seriously .....

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    Well, I'll have a guess and presume it's English so here goes.

    Brit English - Network series!

    Order from DKToday in BKK and they'll send them down. PM if you want the address/phone number.


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    yes - it's English

    Quote Originally Posted by StillGeordie


    Well, I'll have a guess and presume it's English so here goes.

    Brit English - Network series!

    Order from DKToday in BKK and they'll send them down. PM if you want the address/phone number.

    Thanks adrian!

    They've already used the Network series and are looking for alternatives, although I think it's pretty good.

    However, more suggestions always welcome.

    Cheers

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    depends on your kids

    I like Opportunities Longman (tho' maybe a little mature for M1, spot on by the time they get to M3 - I hate the babyish end of the coursebook spectrum)

    also, Pacesetter (not brilliant but usable) forget the publisher right now, English in Mind (newish series by Cambridge I think, bit pricer than the rest - good teacher's resource books)

    if you prefer the 'junior learners' approach Galaxy by Macmillan is doable

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