University Success Oral Communication Intermediate to High-Intermedate, Student Book with MyEnglishLab / Edition 1 available in Paperback
University Success Oral Communication is designed for English language learners preparing for
mainstream academic environments. A flexible three-part approach includes intensive and systematic
skill development tied to learning outcomes along with authentic lectures delivered by top
professors from Stanford University. The Oral Communication strand provides real-life learning
experiences for students who need to achieve academic autonomy.
• Each part is a self-contained module allowing teachers to focus on the highest-value skills and content.
Topics are aligned around science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (STEAM) content.
– Parts 1 and 2 include short lectures and classroom discussions that allow students to build their
essential listening, speaking, and critical thinking skills.
– Part 3 includes authentic extended lectures that enable students to apply and expand the skills
acquired in Parts 1 and 2.
• Additional online lectures, skill and vocabulary practices, collaboration activities, and assessments.
• Strategies for academic success and soft skills delivered via online videos.
• NEW! You can now create unique custom University Success content packs with Pearson Collections
|Publisher:||Pearson Education ESL|
|Product dimensions:||7.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.50(d)|
Table of Contents
Welcome to University Success
Scope and Sequence
PART 1: FUNDAMENTAL ORAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS
BIOETHICS: Active Participation
BUSINESS AND DESIGN: Idea Development
ZOOLOGY: Extended Discourse
HISTORY: Relationships Between Ideas
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING: Presentations
PART 2: CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS
BIOETHICS: Facts and Opinions
BUSINESS AND DESIGN: Inferences
ZOOLOGY: Synthesis of Information
HISTORY: Main Ideas
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING: Processes
PART 3: EXTENDED LECTURES
BIOETHICS: Bringing Back the Dead
BUSINESS AND DESIGN: Design Strategy
ZOOLOGY: Elephants Inspire Medical Device
HISTORY: Four Discoveries
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING: The Lake Nyos Disaster