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Michigan Guide to Teaching EAP Skills for the TOEFL IBT

ISBN-10: 0472031333

ISBN-13: 9780472031337

Edition: 2006

Authors: Lawrence J. Zwier, Catherine Mazak, Lynn Stafford-Yilmaz

List price: $32.50
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The Michigan Guide to Teaching EAP Skills for the TOEFL iBT is a new kind of teaching guide for programs that need to offer more English for Academic Purposes (EAP) practice for students preparing for the iBT. This guide was written by EAP teachers and is designed to be used in conjunction with The MICHIGAN Guide to English for Academic Success and Better TOEFLreg; Test Scores (0-472-08991-9) but could be used to support any TOEFL-preparation course. This new guide features reproducible activities that develop all the academic skills tested on the iBT; tips for teachers new to the teaching of EAP skills; strategies for creating additional TOEFL-like readings and listening passages to give students more practice; two complete practice tests and two mini tests; audio CDs containing all the necessary listening material.
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Book details

List price: $32.50
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
Publication date: 1/11/2006
Binding: Mixed Media
Pages: 286
Size: 8.25" wide x 10.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.144

Introduction
Testing that Supports Teaching, and Vice Versa
What Is the TOEFL Internet-Based Test (iBT)?
Some Basic Principles for Teaching EAP
The Michigan Guide as a Textbook
How the iBT Is Scored
More Practice for the Reading Section of the iBT
Tips for Teaching Reading for EAP
Pre-Reading for Main Ideas/Scanning
Identifying Main Ideas
Summarizing
Answering TOEFL-Like Questions
Paraphrasing
Developing Vocabulary: Synonyms and Antonyms
Answering TOEFL-Like Questions about a Sample Reading
Developing Vocabulary: Word Parts
Developing Vocabulary Useful for the TOEFL and Building Vocabulary in Class
Developing Vocabulary through Reading
More Tips for Teaching Reading for Academic Success and the iBT
More Practice for the Listening Section of the iBT
Tips for Teaching Listening for EAP
Identifying Main Ideas
Taking Notes
Taking Notes
Answering TOEFL-Like Questions
Listening for Details
Anticipating Information
Answering TOEFL-Like Questions
Using Organizational Signals
Listening between the Lines
Listening for Underlying Meaning
More Tips for Teaching Listening for Academic Success and the iBT
More Practice for the Writing Section of the iBT
Tips for Teaching Writing for EAP
Generating Ideas
Organizing Your Ideas
Writing Strong Thesis Statements
Connecting to a Larger Issue
Writing Practice
Peer Grading
Identifying the Source of an Idea
Writing Practice
More Tips for Teaching Writing for Academic Success and the iBT
More Practice for the Speaking Section of the iBT
Tips for Teaching Speaking for EAP
Giving an Opinion or Summary
Stating the Main Idea Clearly
Organizing Ideas
Using Your Own Words
Summarizing
Focusing Main Ideas Quickly
Reducing Pauses and Hesitations in Your Speech
Evaluating Your Speaking
More Tips for Teaching Speaking for Academic Success and the iBT
Mini-Practice Tests
Mini-Practice Test 1
Mini-Practice Test 1 Audio Script
Mini-Practice Test 1 Answer Key
Mini-Practice Test 2
Mini-Practice Test 2 Audio Script
Mini-Practice Test 2 Answer Key
A Complete Multi-Skills Practice Test (2)
A Complete Multi-Skills Practice Test Audio Script
A Complete Multi-Skills Practice Test Answer Key
A Complete Multi-Skills Practice Test (3)
A Complete Multi-Skills Practice Test Audio Script
A Complete Multi-Skills Practice Test Answer Key