We have a range of books published by Academic Study Kit
A-Z of Banking is a photocopiable resource book containing 26 thought-provoking and engaging activities for bankers who need to practice and polish their communication skills.
A–Z of Global Issues is a photocopiable resource book containing 26 interesting and engaging activities, discussions and role plays, designed to bring real issues facing the world into the classroom. It comes with user-friendly teaching notes, which outline the language focus, level, type of activity, timing and suggested lesson plan.
In the second book in the Legacy Series, Erzsebet Bekes & Marcela Carrasco re-examine the NEST vs NNEST debate and argue that a change in perception is long overdue. To what extent do non-native speakers have other skills that compensate for the less-than-complete language proficiency that is often associated with them? Is the ELT industry ready to leave the native-non-native divide behind and champion equitable employment policies and fair treatment for all?
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So let’s start with a story, courtesy of Jon Rye Kinghorn: Once upon a time there was a class and the students expressed disapproval of their teacher. Why should they be concerned with what others were thinking and feeling and doing? And the teacher said she had a dream in which she saw one of the students 50 years later. The student was angry and said, ‘Why was I not warned? Why was I not better educated? Why did my teachers not tell me about the problems and help me to understand?'