Side by Side: Student Book 4 / Edition 3

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Overview

Side by Side, Third Edition, by Steven J. Molinsky and Bill Bliss, is a dynamic, all-skills program that integrates conversation practice, reading, writing, and listening -- all in a light-hearted, fun, and easy-to-use format that has been embraced by students and teachers worldwide. This four-level program promotes native communication between students ... practicing speaking together "side by side."

Features of the Third Edition

  • Vocabulary Preview sections in every chapter introduce key words in a lively picture dictionary format.
  • "How to Say It!" lessons highlight communication strategies.
  • Pronunciation exercises provide models for practicing authentic pronunciation, stress, and intonation.
  • Side by Side Gazette "magazine-style" pages offer feature articles, fact files, vocabulary expansion, cross-cultural topics through photos, authentic listening activities, e-mail exchanges, and humorous cartoons for role-playing.
  • All-new illustrations are lively, light-hearted, and richly detailed to offer students language practice that is contextualized and fun.

The core components include Student Books, Teacher's Guides, Activity Workbooks, Activity & Test Prep Workbooks, Communication Games and Activity Masters, audio programs, combined split editions (Student Book and Workbook lessons combined), a testing program, and picture cards.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780130268884
  • Publisher: Pearson Education ESL
  • Publication date: 7/1/2002
  • Edition description: Third Edition
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 172
  • Sales rank: 152,454
  • Product dimensions: 8.28 (w) x 10.86 (h) x 0.35 (d)

Table of Contents

1. Review:

Present Perfect Tense

Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Past Perfect Tense

Past Perfect Continuous Tense

Describing Actions That Have Occurred

Describing Actions That Haven’t Occurred Yet

Discussing Duration of Activity

Discussing Things People Had Done

2. Perfect Modals:

Should Have

Might Have

May Have

Could Have

Must Have

Evaluating People’s Activities

Job Interviews

Expressing Possibility

Making Deductions

Expressing Concern About Others

Apologizing

Recounting Difficult Situations

3. Passive Voice

Relative Pronouns

Discussing Creative Works

Describing Tasks Accomplished

Discussing Things That Have Happened to People

Describing Accomplishments

Securing Services

Automobile Repairs

Historical Narratives

Discussing Opinions

Side by Side Gazette

4. Embedded Questions

Asking for Information

Indicating Uncertainty

Referring People to Someone Else

Reporting a Crime

Reporting a Missing Person

5. Conditional:

Present Real (If _____ Will)

Present Unreal (If _____ Would)

Hope-Clauses

Describing Plans and Intentions

Consequences of Actions

Discussing Future Events

Expressing Hopes

Asking for an Giving Reasons

Making Deductions

Emergencies

Side by Side Gazette

6. Present Unreal Conditional (continued)

Wish-Clauses

Advice

Expressing Wishes

Job Satisfaction

Expressing Ability

Asking for and Giving Reasons

Life in Cities and Suburbs

7. Past Unreal Conditional (If _____ Would Have)

Wish-Clauses (continued)

Asking for and Giving Reasons

Making Deductions

Discussing Unexpected Events

Expressing Wishes and Hopes

Consequences of Actions

Rumors

8. Reported Speech

Sequences of Tenses

Reporting What People Have Said

Reported Information

Expressing Surprise

Indicating Lack of Prior Knowledge

Leaving, Taking, and Conveying Messages

Job Interviews

Asking for and Giving Reasons

Discussing Feelings

Advice

Side by Side Gazette

9. Tag Questions

Emphatic Sentences

Verifying

Expressing Surprise

Reporting Information

Congratulating

Initiating topics

Expressing Opinions

Expressing Agreement

Writing a Personal Letter

Writing a Business Memo

Performance on the Job

10. Review:

Verb Tenses

Conditional

Gerunds

Invitations

Expressing Disappointment

Calling Attention to People’s Actions

Apologizing

Giving Reasons

Decision-Making

Consequences of Actions

Expressing Concern About People

Asking for Assistance

Side by Side Gazette

Appendix

Listening Scripts

Irregular Verbs

Thematic Glossary

Index

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 5, 2010

    ESL Student

    This text is the perfect text for ESL Students. There's alot of helpful information. The only draw back is it's a little expensive for a paperback text.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 28, 2004

    Perfect for ELL's

    I am using Side by Side Volume I with my high school students who just arrived here from Poland. I see progress already. It's sequential and meaningful and very understandable.The students seem enthusiastic and happy.

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    ESL Resource

    This is an excellent resource for ESL teachers.

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