Continuing the evolution of this course, the chief features of the2010 version are: (i) additional explanatory material, with that relating to the Intermediate Level sections now offered in Italian (in response to requests from users); (ii) separation of explanatory material and exercise material, so as to create systematic batteries of exercises (one for each Grammar Section) for use in the computer laboratory (and, so far as is possible, ready for insertion in an online automatic correction system, pending acquisition of such a system). For each battery of exercises, there are corresponding answer sheets (where further explanatory material is to be found). (iii) reordering & reworking of the exercise material and addition of new exercises (including some designed to stimulate metalinguistic reflection in regard to the corresponding systems in Italian).The reworked 2010 version of the course (with Sections 8-9 completed and published online in January 2011) contains approximately 35% new material, compared to the 2009 version (see above). All the material has been specially created for the 'Lingua Inglese' course of the Communication Sciences degree course. It is designed to offer grammar consolidation for intermediate level learners (numerically the majority of users), as well as more challenging material for more advanced learners (those already at European level B1 or B2). The main distinguishing feature of the course is its underpinning in recent work in Contrastive Linguistics (English vs Romance varieties). The above course is published on AlmaDL and available as a series of downloads on the following page: http://campus.cib.unibo.it/cgi/lista?annoAccademico=2010&codiceFacolta=0012&codiceCorso=0960&codMateria=13271-321285&Cerca=Cerca&nav=i.

New English Grammar Course - Intermediate & Advanced Levels. Reworked Version 2010 (Grammar Sections 1-7)

TAYLOR, PETER GRENVILLE
2010

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Continuing the evolution of this course, the chief features of the2010 version are: (i) additional explanatory material, with that relating to the Intermediate Level sections now offered in Italian (in response to requests from users); (ii) separation of explanatory material and exercise material, so as to create systematic batteries of exercises (one for each Grammar Section) for use in the computer laboratory (and, so far as is possible, ready for insertion in an online automatic correction system, pending acquisition of such a system). For each battery of exercises, there are corresponding answer sheets (where further explanatory material is to be found). (iii) reordering & reworking of the exercise material and addition of new exercises (including some designed to stimulate metalinguistic reflection in regard to the corresponding systems in Italian).The reworked 2010 version of the course (with Sections 8-9 completed and published online in January 2011) contains approximately 35% new material, compared to the 2009 version (see above). All the material has been specially created for the 'Lingua Inglese' course of the Communication Sciences degree course. It is designed to offer grammar consolidation for intermediate level learners (numerically the majority of users), as well as more challenging material for more advanced learners (those already at European level B1 or B2). The main distinguishing feature of the course is its underpinning in recent work in Contrastive Linguistics (English vs Romance varieties). The above course is published on AlmaDL and available as a series of downloads on the following page: http://campus.cib.unibo.it/cgi/lista?annoAccademico=2010&codiceFacolta=0012&codiceCorso=0960&codMateria=13271-321285&Cerca=Cerca&nav=i.
P. Taylor
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