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Upper-Intermediate Teacher’s Book14010849 Insight UpperInt TB PRESS.indb 1Katherine Stannett08/05/2014 12:22

1Great Clarendon Street, Oxford, ox2 6dp, United KingdomOxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford.It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship,and education by publishing worldwide. Oxford is a registered trademark of Oxford University Press in the UK and in certain other countries Oxford University Press 2014The moral rights of the author have been assertedFirst published in 20142018 2017 2016 2015 201410 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1No unauthorized photocopyingAll rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, storedin a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, withoutthe prior permission in writing of Oxford University Press, or as expresslypermitted by law, by licence or under terms agreed with the appropriatereprographics rights organization. Enquiries concerning reproduction outsidethe scope of the above should be sent to the ELT Rights Department, OxfordUniversity Press, at the address aboveYou must not circulate this work in any other form and you must imposethis same condition on any acquirerLinks to third party websites are provided by Oxford in good faith and forinformation only. Oxford disclaims any responsibility for the materialscontained in any third party website referenced in this workisbn: 978 0 19 401084 9isbn: 978 0 19 401089 4isbn: 978 0 19 401079 5Teacher’s BookTeacher’s Resource DiskTeacher’s Book PackPrinted in Hong KongThis book is printed on paper from certified and well-managed sources4010849 Insight UpperInt TB PRESS.indb 208/05/2014 12:22

Design to supply Head Unit and bannerContentsIntroducing insight4Components of the course6Student’s Book at a glance8Workbook at a glance11Classroom Presentation Tool13Teaching notesUnit 114Unit 226Unit 338Unit 449Unit 561Unit 672Unit 784Unit 896Unit 9108Unit 10119Workbook answer key131Teacher’s Resource Disk156Communication worksheets156insight DVD extra worksheets15800b Insight upp-Int TB Intro.indd 324/04/2019 09:05

Introducing insightAims of the courseA note from the authorTo challenge students to think critically about theworld around themI’m reading a book called The Element by Ken Robinson.On a table nearby, a few teenagers are chatting with theirfriends after a long day at school. ‘Our task is to educate (ourstudents’) whole being so they can face the future,’ I read.‘We may not see the future, but they will and our job is tohelp them make something of it.’ I look at the kids and think:‘That’s quite a big task!’It’s a challenge we all face, whether we’re teachers, parents,educational writers or youth workers. Our short-termobjectives may be different: we may help teenagers oryoung adults pass school-leaving exams, understand mathsformulae, or take part in community projects. But ultimatelyour long-term objectives are the same: to help youngpeople develop a passion for and curiosity about life, to givethem confidence in their own ideas, to help them becomeopen-minded, global citizens.When I started writing insight I immediately understoodthat the course was trying to satisfy these two objectives:a rigorous syllabus would help students develop theirlanguage skills, but it also had its eye on long-termobjectives, too.Today’s students are very sophisticated. They have anamazing ability to multitask, and they often have a broadknowledge of other cultures and countries. They also have apoint of view, and in insight we value that and seek it out –we also challenge it. We constantly ask students to question,evaluate and make cross-cultural comparisons: What do youthink? Do you agree? What would you do? Speaking helpsdevelop their confidence as language learners, but it alsodevelops confidence in their own opinions and beliefs.In insight we’ve added a special ingredient, too: in manytexts and topics there is a fact or point of view studentsmay not have come across before, something surprising orthought-provoking, something they may want to tell theirfriends in a café after school. The aim of this extra ingredientis to inspire curiosity, and a passion to discover and learn. Itmight help them think about an issue in a different way, andmake a lesson more memorable.That’s what insight is all about. It strives to create the rightconditions for students to grow, learn and develop theirideas and experience. To become lifelong learners. ‘Youcannot predict the outcome of human development,’ addsKen Robinson, wisely. ‘All you can do is like a farmer createthe conditions under which it will begin to flourish.’Jayne Wildmaninsight has been developed not only to teach studentsEnglish, but also to increase their awareness of the worldaround them. Amongst other topics, insight addresses socialissues, culture, literature, history, social media, science andtechnology. Students are encouraged to think criticallyabout the issues raised, to evaluate their current point ofview, and to share their opinions with others even once theyhave left the classroom. Texts and recordings include aninteresting fact or unexpected opinion which students maywant to tell their friends and families about. This will helpmake the lesson more memorable and help students recallthe language and ideas they have learned.Video documentary clips also cover cultural and historicalthemes broadening students’ understanding of the customs,traditions and history of English-speaking countries.Literature insight introduces students to classic works ofEnglish literature and offers an alternative way of exploringthe culture of English-speaking countries.To inspire discussion in the classroomThe information-rich and thought provoking texts andrecordings will inspire discussion amongst students.Structured activities encourage students to question theirexisting opinions and the opinions of others. Activitiesare designed to stimulate critical thinking, to encourageparticipation and the exchange of opinions.The speaking sections also teach the skills needed to be anactive participant in discussions, such as interrupting, askingfor clarification, disagreeing, and encouraging others tospeak.To give a deeper understanding of vocabulary andbuild the confidence to use itinsight gives students a deeper understanding of languageand goes beyond purely teaching meaning. insight exploressuch areas as collocation, word-building and connotationto provide a fuller understanding of how vocabulary is used.This comprehensive approach allows students to use newlanguage with greater confidence.Vocabulary is taught in the context of reading or listeningtexts. All reading and listening texts are accompanied byvocabulary exercises that focus on the meaning of newvocabulary in context. Additionally, the understandingof new vocabulary is reinforced through exercises whichpractise their use in a new context.All vocabulary is taught in sets organized by topic, word typeor theme. Research has shown that teaching vocabulary inthis way makes it easier for students to recall and use.Vocabulary insight pages not only explore language in moredepth, but also build students’ study skills, including keepingvocabulary records, ways of recording new vocabulary, usinga dictionary and a thesaurus.These skills will help students decode, retain and use newvocabulary correctly in the future.400b Insight upp-Int TB Intro.indd 421/03/2019 14:50

To help students explore the rules of grammarTo encourage autonomous and lifelong learningThe guided discovery approach to grammar in insightallows students to work out grammar rules for themselvesand furnishes them with a better understanding of howgrammar works. This approach actively engages students inthe learning process making them more likely to understandand remember the grammar point.New structures are always presented in the context of areading or listening text, so that students become familiarwith the usage and meaning of the grammar, beforemanipulating its form. The guided discovery approachmeans students analyse examples from the texts before theydeduce the rules. If necessary, the rules can be checked inthe Grammar reference section in the Workbook.The practice exercises are topic-based, so students arerequired to understand the usage and meaning of thegrammatical structures, as well as the form. The freespeaking activities allow students to use the new languagein a personalized, productive and creative way.insight prepares students for further study and life outsidethe classroom environment by developing their skills forlifelong learning and encouraging autonomous learning.Strategy boxes in every unit offer step-by-step guides onhow to improve core skills. Students apply the strategyimmediately in a series of exercises to allow them to see howthe strategy can benefit them. The strategies are relevant tostudents’ studies now and in the future, so they will be ableto use the same strategy again and again.Writing preparation covers extensive practice anddevelopment of key skills, such as brainstorming, planning,checking, paraphrasing, avoiding repetition, etc. These skillswill also help students beyond the classroom environment.The use of authentic texts builds students’ confidenceby showing them that they can tackle these kinds oftexts outside the classroom, in real-life situations. Theaccompanying activities teach students how to thinkcritically – question ideas, analyse, rationalize, synthesize, andmake reasoned judgements – skills that students will need inall areas of their lives, especially in higher education and theworkplace.Autonomous learning is also encouraged by developingdictionary and thesaurus skills. Students gain a betterunderstanding of how dictionaries and thesauruses look,the information they provide, and how and when to usethem. Learning how to use these reference sources will helpstudents with their learning now and in their future life.These are all skills that teach self-reliance and fosterautonomous learning, equipping students for life afterschool or university.To encourage students to reflect and takeresponsibility for their learningSelf-reflection plays a key role in developing active, directedand responsible learners. Learners who are able to look tothemselves for solutions to problems rather than alwaysseeking out the help of others will be better equipped forlater life in academic or professional environments.insight encourages students to reflect on their learningin a variety of ways. The Review sections in the Student’sBook are an opportunity for them to see what they alreadyknow and where more work is needed. Students get marksfor completing the Reviews, so they can self-monitor theirprogress through the book.The Progress checks in the Workbook help students toidentify gaps in their knowledge and skills, and encouragestudents to rely on themselves when seeking ways ofimproving.The self-check feature in the Writing sections teachesstudents how to evaluate their own work against a set ofcriteria. The corrected writing assignments can also be arecord of their progress.00b Insight upp-Int TB Intro.indd 5521/03/2019 14:50

Components of the courseThe Student’s Book containsten topic-based units divided into clear sections that logically follow on from oneanother.ten Vocabulary insight pages that develop a deeper awareness of how languageworks and build students’ dictionary skills.ten Review pages that test of all the grammar and vocabulary points from the unit.five Cumulative reviews which review all the language taught up to that point in theStudent’s Book through a series of skills-based activities.a ten-page Vocabulary bank section with twenty additional topic-basedvocabulary sets.The Workbook contains: further practice of everything taught in the Student’s Book.PlusChallenge exercises for stronger students.ten Progress check pages which provide an opportunity for student reflectionand self-evaluation.five Literature insight lessons based on classic works of English literature.five Exam insight sections with typical exam tasks and strategies to help studentsbecome better exam takers.a twenty-page Grammar reference and practice section containing comprehensivegrammar explanations and further practice.a Wordlist with dictionary-style entries giving students more information aboutcore vocabulary.The three Audio CDs contain:all the listening material for the Student’s Book and Workbook.the Workbook audio is also available at www.oup.com/elt/insightThe Teacher’s Book contains:teaching notes for the Student’s Book and answer keys for both the Student’s Bookand Workbook.ideas for optional extra activities for greater flexibility.background notes, cultural information and language notes.suggestions for teaching further vocabulary from reading texts and questionsfor discussions.the scripts for the audio from Student’s Book and Workbook.600b Insight upp-Int TB Intro.indd 621/03/2019 14:50

The Teacher’s Resource Disk contains:additional communication worksheets to practise key language from theStudent’s Book.Documentary video clips linked to each Student’s Book unit plus accompanyingready-to-use video worksheets and lesson guides.How to guides which tackle key teaching issues and provide ideas and suggestion foractivities to use in the classroom.Functional language bank – compilation of key communicative phrases fromthroughout the book.Writing bank – a compilation of the key writing formats practised throughout thecourse with notes and tips on how to write them.The Test Bank MultiROM contains:unit tests and mid- and end-of-course tests available as PDFs and editable Word fileswhich you can adapt according to your students’ needs.A and B of each test versions to help with classroom management.audio for all the listening tasks. This can be played on a CD player.audio scripts for all the listening exercises.answers to all exercises.The Classroom Presentation Tool contains:a digital version of the Student’s Book and Workbook with integrated audio.interactive class games which practise key language from the Student’s Book byinvolving the whole class.answer keys for all exercises.synched audio scripts which highlight text as it is played.WebsitesStudent’s website (www.oup.com/elt/insight): Workbook audioTeacher’s website (www.oup.com/elt/teachers/insight): Exam insight answer key00b Insight upp-Int TB Intro.indd 7725/04/2019 11:45

Student’s Book at a glanceThere are ten units in the Student’s Book. Each unit is divided into five sections (A–E), with aVocabulary insight page and a Review. After every two units, there is a Cumulative review. At the backof the book, there is a ten-page Vocabulary bank.A – Reading and vocabulary an information-rich text establishes the topic of the unit.the reading text also contextualizes twovocabulary sets which are recycled and practisedthrough the rest of the unit. One of these is aVocabulary insight (V insight) set which exploreslanguage in greater depth.the text previews grammatical structures thatstudents will study in the next section. Studentsare not expected to engage actively with the newgrammar at this point.there is a link to the Vocabulary bank at the backof the Student’s Book where another lexical set ispresented and practised.the section closes with a speaking activity whichallows students to react to the text and demonstratetheir understanding of the issues raised.B – Grammar and listening section B picks up on the grammatical structures that students met, but may not have recognized, inthe reading text in section A.the new language is presented in a meaningfulcontext – either a reading or listening text.the listening or reading text also establishes a newtopic for the section and contextualizes some of thevocabulary from section A.the guided discovery approach to grammar ensuresthat students actively engage with the new language.students analyse examples, complete rules or answerquestions about the grammar which help them tofocus on the new structures, their meaning and use.a final speaking activity allows students to use thenew language in a personalized and productive way.This happens throughout the book.there is a link to Grammar reference and practicein the Workbook where students can find furtherpractice activities and explanations of the grammarfor reinforcement.800b Insight upp-Int TB Intro.indd 821/03/2019 14:50

C – Listening, speaking and vocabulary section C offers students opportunities to practise the grammar and vocabulary from the previous sections.one or more listening activities contextualize a newvocabulary set which is recycled through the rest ofthe unit.through carefully selected text types and tasks,students learn a variety of strategies for developinglistening skills.students are encouraged to react to the topic of thelistening and exchange ideas and opinions.the section also presents functional languagethrough several model dialogues, as well ascontrolled and free practice.D – Culture, vocabulary and grammar section D introduces students to the culture of the English-speaking world through a text on thecustoms, traditions and history of English-speakingcountries.there is a cultural comparison element, whichencourages students to think about similarities anddifferences with their own culture.the culture text contextualizes a new vocabulary setand models the key grammar of the section.students learn about the grammar in a guidedinductive way.there is a link to Grammar reference and practicein the Workbook.E – Writing section E always presents a model text which students analyse for the language, structure andformat used.a language point illustrates and practises usefulwriting language and structures.a writing strategy develops key elements ofthe writing process, for example, planning,brainstorming, deciding on register, etc.every section includes a step-by-step writingguide which takes students through the process ofgenerating ideas, planning, writing and checkingtheir workthe writing task lets students use the languagetaught throughout the unit in a personalized,productive and creative way.00b Insight upp-Int TB Intro.indd 9921/03/2019 14:50

Vocabulary insight this page raises awareness of how language works bydeveloping a deeper understanding of a languagepoint introduced earlier in the unit. there are also activities building students’ study skills,including ways of recording vocabulary, using adictionary or a thesaurus. through a series of strategies students learn how touse reference sources that can help them with theirlearning now and in their future life.Review the review gives students another opportunity torecycle and check how well they know the vocabularyand grammar they have learned in the unit. students get marks for every completed review, so it iseasy to monitor progress through the book.Cumulative review there is a two-page cumulative review at the end ofevery two units. This reviews key language and skillsfrom the Student’s Book up to that point through aseries of skills-based tasks. Each Cumulative reviewincludes listening, speaking, reading, use of English andwriting exercises. there is a link to the Literature insight and Examinsight sections in the Workbook.Vocabulary bank there are two cross-references to the Vocabulary bankfrom each unit. each Vocabulary bank presents and practises twovocabulary sets that are topically related to the unit.Strategies in every unit, there is a writing strategy and eithera listening or reading strategy. each strategy develops students’ language skillsand helps them to become more confident andautonomous learners. the strategies are practised through a number ofactivities, so that students can immediately applythe skills they have learned.DVD extra there is a link from every unit to a documentaryvideo clip. each documentary clip builds on a topic ofthe unit. each video is accompanied by a r

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