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Fifty Ways to Teach Young Learners

Teaching English as a second or foreign language is full of challenges: How do you hold students’ interest? How do you ensure that they get enough practice to really learn? Teaching young learners—children—presents unique challenges. Teachers are often looking for age- and level-appropriate activities. Read More…

The New Men

Tony Grams comes to America at the start of the twentieth century, set on becoming a new man. Driven to leave poverty behind, he lands a job at the Ford Motor Company that puts him at the center of a daring social and economic experiment.

The new century and the new auto industry are bursting with promise, and everyone wants Henry Ford’s Model T. But Ford needs men to make it. Better men. Read More…

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Trial & Terror

The good news is that public defender Summer Neuwirth just won her first case, which involved a brutal rape and kidnapping.

The bad news? Her client was guilty.

What’s more, he knows all about Summer’s past. Read More…

Blood Highways

Blood Highways is the heart-wrenching account of the biggest product liability case in history: the Ford-Firestone fiasco. Read More…

Fifty Ways to Teach Grammar

Many textbooks do a fine job of presenting grammar to students. However, some students or classes need more practice after they’ve finished the exercises in their textbook. Read More…

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Fifty Ways to Teach Listening

This book addresses the teaching of listening, including listening for main idea, details, specific information, and tone of voice. Active listening and note-taking skills are also covered. Read More…

Fifty Ways to Teach Speaking

This book addresses the teaching of speaking, including fluency, pronunciation, self-expression, discussion skills, and presentation skills. Read More…

Fifty Ways to Teach Vocabulary

Vocabulary is the foundation of successful language learning. ESL/EFL learners need to be familiar with a great many words if they want to read, write, listen, or speak with ease. In addition to the sheer number of words and phrases students need to learn, what makes vocabulary acquisition so tricky is that one “pass” is never enough. Read More…

Fifty Ways to Teach Writing

Writing ought to be the easiest of the four skills for students of English as a Second or Foreign Language. Unlike listening and reading, the students control all the words. Unlike speaking, the students can go back, check their work, revise it, and resubmit it. It should then follow that writing would be one of the most popular courses to teach. Read More…

Fifty Ways to be a Better Student

This book provides a collection of tips and reminders for taking care of yourself and having a productive and happy time as you study. Whether you are an international student, an older non-traditional student, a student at a community college, or a “traditional” freshman at a four-year-college or university, there is a tip here to help you. Read More…

Fifty Ways to Practice Listening

Learning another language is never fast, but the Fifty Ways to Practice series will speed things up by showing you how to practice more efficiently and effectively both inside and outside the classroom. These books can be used by beginners and advanced students alike. Read More…

Fifty Ways to Practice Reading

You will learn 50 ways to practice and improve reading skills. By applying these methods, you will read faster and better, and remember information longer. You do not need to be living in an English-speaking country or be currently taking an English class to use this book. However, students who are already in a class can also use this book to study and learn more effectively. Read More…