American Chatterbox: Level 3 Student Book

Paperback | November 1, 1993

byJ. A. Holderness

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Stimulating activities within a graded syllabus, giving confidence in all four skills.

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Stimulating activities within a graded syllabus, giving confidence in all four skills.

Jackie Holderness has been involved in primary education for over 20 years. She has lived overseas for much of her life and has taught French and English as a foreign language. She currently works as a primary teacher trainer in Oxford, and regularly provides in-service training for teachers from all over the world.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:64 pages, 11.02 × 8.46 × 0.16 inPublished:November 1, 1993Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:019434598X

ISBN - 13:9780194345989

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American ChatterboxSCOPE and SEQUENCE CHART Level 1Unit 1 Language items Hello. Goodbye. What's your name? I'm ... My name's Woody. Who's this? This is ...Possessives: my/yourThe alphabet. Functions and topicsGreeting and saying goodbye.Asking someone's name.Introducing yourself.Introducing others.Talking about possession.Unit 2 Language items Listen, please. What's this?Article: a + noun. Good morning. How are you? I'm fine, thank you. Functions and topicsCommands.Identifying things.Further greetings and responses.Unit 3Language itemsNumbers 1-10. How old are you? I'm ten. We're twins. This is 943-1286.Article: an + a e i o u Functions and topicsCounting.Talking about age.Telephone numbers.Unit 4 Language items It's a kite. Functions and topicsNaming common toys and household objects.Unit 5 Language items He's seven. She's eight.Possessives: his/herReview. Functions and topicsTalking about possession.Unit 6 Language items Is it an airplane? Yes, it is. / No, it isn't.Article: the + noun.Adjectives: the big/small box. Functions and topicsAsking for information.Specifying particular objects.Unit 7 Language items I have a big nose. This is my mother. She has big eyes. We have a letter. Functions and topicsDescribing people: faces and hair.Members of the family.Unit 8 Language items Do you have your bag? Yes I do. / No I don't. Does she have her umbrella? Yes, she does. / No, she doesn't.Adjectives: tall, short, etc. Functions and topicsAsking for information.Describing people.Unit 9 Language items Can you see an elephant? Yes, I can. / No, I can't. Whose cage is this?Possessive 's: the lion's cage. Turn right, turn left.Functions and topicsTalking about ability.Talking about possession.Zoo animals.Giving directions.Unit 10 Language items Show me the green kite. What color is her skirt? It's red.Review. Functions and topicsColors.Clothes.Unit 11 Language items He has brown legs. He's from the United States. Functions and topicsParts of the body.Saying where people or things come from.Unit 12 Language itemsPlural nouns: -s/ -es. There's ... / There are ... Is there ... ? Yes, there is. / No, there isn't.Prepositions: in, on. Functions and topicsDescribing situations.Asking for information.Specifying location.Unit 13 Language items How many monsters are there? How many ... can you see?Preposition: at + the bank, etc. Functions and topicsAsking about number.Stores and places in town.Unit 14 Language items What time is it? It's twelve o'clock. At eleven o' clock ... ... in the morning/evening. Functions and topicsAsking and telling the time.Specifying the time of day.Unit 15 Language items Square, circle, triangle.Review. Functions and topicsTalking about shape.