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1 Imagine That! with CD-ROM / Audio CD Mental Imagery in the EFL Classroom
Puchta, Herbert, Rinvolucri, Mario, Arnold, Jane
United Kingdom Cambridge University Press 27/Jan/2008 0521716101 / 9780521716109 Illustrations 192 Imagine That! explores new ways to enliven your classroom by opening 'the mind's eye, ear and heart' with over 70 motivating activities that help your students learn more effectively. Using more of their inner resources, students will find greater personal meaning in the classroom experience. Imagine That! presents a clear introduction to mental imagery, stressing its importance for our cognitive processes in general and for better language learning. A brief review of relevant research provides a background for the many practical ideas about using imagery in secondary and adult ELT classrooms described in this book. All the language skills are addressed. The book comes with a multimedia CD-ROM with worksheets, artwork, music, and recordings of parts of the activities. It can be used on a computer with Power Point and with a CD player. The activities can be adapted and used for all level of students from beginner to advanced. (ISBN: 9780521716109 - When referring to this item please quote our stock ID: 14439) 
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