Follow this course for 35 minutes a day and in six weeks you'll be speaking French! Elisabeth Smith has used her wide teaching experience to write a course that covers just the vocabulary and the grammar that you really need. This day-by-day programme is easy to follow and fun to do. At the end of six weeks, you'll have the confidence and knowledge to tackle all the situations you need to know about, such as shopping, eating out and getting around. With just the essential words and phrases to learn, and flashcards at the back of the book to help learn them, progress is fast and enjoyable. By the end of this course, you will be at Level A2 of the Common European Framework for Languages: Can understand sentences and frequently used expressions. Can communicate in simple and routine tasks.
Creating Self-Esteem, from the bestselling author of 60 Ways to Feel Amazing, is a practical and inspirational approach to developing self-awareness and confidence. Expert counselor Lynda Field shows with warmth and humour how to balance the self at every level
If you want to take your language skills to a high level, then this is the perfect course for you. Featuring print, audio and online components, this comprehensive course will help you to further your communication skills in all areas and become fully confident in your second language. A 136 page course book covers focused grammar points, language learning tips and review sections with tests; allowing you to assess your progress and accomplishments. Three audio CDs offer interactive and engaging practice dialogues to help improve your pronunciation and conversational skills. A free download is also available with an easy-reading audio script and learner's guide.
This friendly and accessible workbook takes you through a series of activities that will help you to gather information about your self and condense it into the format required to complete your UCAS personal statement for university. You will use a seven step process that will build your confidence and help you create a compelling personal statement. Reading the book is like being in a coaching session with the author; the tone is light and supportive, and you will be carried along through specific exercises that culminate in the completion of a really effective Personal Statement. Collect it - identify your positive traits, skills, abilities and accomplishments and feel confident about promoting yourself on paper. Expand it - create a 'degree specification profile' to see what the departments are looking for with respect to the courses that interest you. Prove it - evidence of your skills by listing examples from your life,inside and outside education. Think about what you are offering in terms of strengths and what needs further development. Draft it - note down your findings so far and start thinking about how to structure them. Build it - begin building the structure of your statement and formulate your sentences. Review it - read hints about structure, spelling, grammar, punctuation and formatting, plus guidance on receiving feedback. Submit it - a last chance for reflection, re-jigging, and refining; and for reassurance before you submit your statement!