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Academic Listening Encounters: Life in Society / Kim Sanabria (Cambridge University Press, 2004)

TYPE OF PROGRAM: English as a second language

ACCESSION DATE: June 2008

DESCRIPTION: ISBN 0-521-75486-0. Introduces students to the field of sociology and explores such high-interest topics as peer pressure, gender roles, and the influence of the media. Students develop their listening skills through such activities as listening for main ideas and listening for examples. They also learn a variety of important note-taking strategies, such as organizing your notes and using telegraphic language, and practice oral skills through discussions, interviewing and giving oral presentations. The topics covered coordinate with those in the companion reading and study skills book.

AUDIENCE: Intermediate




Set Call Number: EN2.077

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Unit 1 Chapter 1 Marriage, Family, and the Home



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