English in Practice 2
English in Practice supports both teacher-led and self-paced independent learning for a diverse group of students. The scenarios and activities reflect the ways we communicate in the contexts of work, leisure and community.
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Preliminary pages [PDF 307kb]
Chapter 1 - Selling it: marketing [PDF 1.43mb]
Chapter 2 - Know your place: local networking [PDF 2.02mb]
Chapter 3 - Express yourself: body art [PDF 1.82mb]
Chapter 4 - Managing workplace conflict [PDF 2.12mb]
Chapter 5 - The corners of my mind: personal writing [PDF 1.48mb]
Chapter 6 - Looking back, moving forward: independent project [PDF 1.33mb]
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Teaching notes: introduction
Chapter 1: teaching notes
Chapter 2: teaching notes
Chapter 3: teaching notes
Chapter 4: teaching notes
Chapter 5: teaching notes
Chapter 6: teaching notes
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