Countdown to First Certificate bridges the gap between intermediate level and the First Certificate exam. It introduces learners to graded exam format tasks while giving them a strong foundation in vocabulary and grammar. Written and designed to appeal to teenagers.
* 100% new edition with up-to-date texts and visually dynamic magazine look.
* Streamlined 12 unit structure to fit the modern syllabus with a greater focus on vocabulary and grammar than before.
* Combines a strong focus on grammar, vocabulary-building, and writing with a teen-friendly approach that is highly motivating.
* Lots of grammar practice on the Grammar Zoom pages, Language in Use, Writing and in the Workbook.
* Wordpower and Vocabulary sections reinforce vocabulary items.
* Writing task supported by task analysis, sample answers, notes and useful phrases.
* Updated for the new FCE syllabus.
* Gradually builds students' confidence in doing exam tasks.
* Workbook with Free Student's Audio CD.
* Interleaved Teacher's Book for easy lesson planning plus Unit tests and Progress Tests.
* Countdown to First Certificate is written by a first-class writing team: Kathy Gude, Michael Duckworth and Jenny Quintana, the authors of many successful exam courses.
The third edition of this award-winning book introduces business ethics concepts, tools and theories, then applies them to the corporation's key stakeholder groups. It takes a truly global approach in a market dominated by US texts. The accessible style and thorough pedagogy ensure the book is both student- and teacher-friendly.
Covers the foundations of business ethics and applies these theories, concepts and tools to each of the corporation's major stakeholders. Written from a European perspective, this text considers the implications of three major challenges facing the corporation: corporate citizenship, globalization and sustainability.
How can the poorer countries of the world be helped to help themselves through freer, fairer trade? Dealing with this question, this book puts forward a different model for managing trading relationships between the richest and the poorest countries.