Discussions and more – Penny Ur – 20th January 2015

Penny Ur has updated her classic EFL book and published through Cambridge University Press in January 2015. CUP are offering a 20% discount for any orders placed in January.

Most students want to work on ‘speaking skills’, but as that can be a rather vague target, this might help give some structure to that. Penny also invites you to a webinar with her on the 20th January.

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20% off


Discussions and More

by Penny Ur

What better way to welcome in the New Year than with a new Cambridge Handbook for Language Teachers by Penny Ur, Discussions and More!


Discussions and More is a fully revised new edition of Penny’s classic, Discussions That Work, and is a similarly invaluable resource for oral fluency practice in the classroom. The activities offer motivated and meaningful practice in speaking English at a wide range of levels and ages, from simple guessing games to more advanced debates and presentations.

We’re offering 20% OFF Discussion and More for the month of January, plus free postage and packing. For more information, click here . Then click Add To Cart, enter the special discount code LD150101, click Apply Discount and proceed with your transaction.


Webinar with Penny Ur

Tuesday 20th January 2015

Getting them to talk in English (when they don’t want to)


On 20th January, you can join Penny Ur for a webinar on “Getting them to talk in English (when they don’t want to)” – click here for details

Please feel free to pass on this message to friends and colleagues and to put it on your staff noticeboard!

 

Best regards
Lesley Dodd
ELT Promotions (UK and Ireland)
Cambridge University Press
www.cambridge.org/cambridgeenglish
www.cambridgeenglishteacher.org

Please note this offer is available only to customers in the UK purchasing online through the Cambridge University Press website and closes on 31st January 2015.

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