By Magdalena Szelc-Mays
This contemporary communicative textbook is designed for intermediate scholars to boost their talking abilities in a wealthy repertoire of language services. The books comprises attention-grabbing actions which aid scholars grasp the entire capabilities in perform in addition to examine new expressions and notions successfully. The booklet is obviously prepared and comprises: - specialize in one thematic context in every one unit - Examples in utilizing 50 language capabilities to precise emotions and feelings - rationalization of ritualized daily words and expressions - Presentation of formal and casual language - actual texts taken from the clicking to increase listening compregension talents B2, C1 point
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Org. 2 The First Digital Generation: In Their Own Words Bill Cosby is right—kids do say the darndest things. In this chapter, we get to hear from the first digital generation themselves. 1 In essence, their words are an excellent firsthand account of the state of technological integration within our nation’s schools. Our conversations allow us to discern what impact the computer and the Internet, as well as other technologies, are having in our nation’s schools today. For example, is the educational impact of computers or the Net equitable to that of the book?
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9. htm (accessed August 4, 2006). 10. Don Tapscott, Growing Up Digital (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1998), 40. 11. Amanda Lenhart, Mary Madden, and Paul Hitlin, “Teens and Technology: Youth Are Leading the Transition to a Fully Wired and Mobile Nation,” Pew Internet and American Life Project (Washington, DC: Pew Internet and American Life Protect, July 27, 2005). 22 Educating the First Digital Generation 12. asp (accessed August 10, 2006). 13. : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2001). 14. For a discussion of the current methodological vacuum, see James Costigan, “Introduction: Forests, Trees, and Internet Research,” in Doing Internet Research: Critical Issues and Methods for Examining the Net, ed.