Next Generation Grammar seamlessly blends course work and online content to optimize instruction and provide a 21st century learning experience that will engage and motivate learners.
In class = Teacher directed
Thematic lessons, concise presentations and meaningful communicative activities integrate skills with grammar.
Online = Student directed
Dynamic practice activities and rich feedback support instruction…whenever, wherever. Also includes a Grammar Coach for quick, engaging review in a student-friendly video format. Ongoing assessment allows teachers to track progress and students to monitor their learning.
The four-level series includes:
Course book available in print or eText format.
ActiveTeach, a powerful electronic resource for exciting whole-class teaching — allows instructors to project course book pages, play video and audio, and create annotations. Also includes teaching notes.
Unit 1 Back to School
Chapter 1 Welcome, Students!
Chapter 2 The Class of 2016
Unit 2 A Day in the Life
Chapter 3 Journal Writing
Chapter 4 Blogging
Unit 3 Where in the World?
Chapter 5 Mapping It Out
Chapter 6 Traveling Through Time
Unit 4 English Fun
Chapter 7 Proverbs
Chapter 8 Changing Language
Unit 5 Generations
Chapter 9 Different Points of View
Chapter 10 Generational Differences
Unit 6 We’re Cooking Now
Chapter 11 Culinary Science
Chapter 12 Around the Global Dinner Table
Unit 7 The Future is Coming Soon
Chapter 13 My Future
Chapter 14 Our Future
Unit 8 Architecture
Chapter 15 House and Climate
Chapter 16 International Designs
Unit 9 Hidden History
Chapter 17 Uncovering the Past
Chapter 18 City of Angels
Unit 10 Pathways
Chapter 19 Their Stories
Chapter 20 Intersecting Lives
A Spelling rules for -s endings on regular plural nouns
B Spelling of irregular plural
C Pronunciation and spelling rules for final -s on verbs with he, she, it subjects
D Subject pronouns, object pronouns, and possessive adjectives
E Spelling rules for -ing endings
F Non-action verbs: Verbs not commonly used in progressive tenses
G Noncount nouns
H Spelling rules for comparative adjectives
I Spelling rules for -ed endings
J Verbs with irregular simple past forms
K World Map