Eric Glendinning, John McEwan, "Oxford English for Information Technology (Audio CD and Students Book)"
Oxford University Press, USA | 2006 | ISBN: 0194574954 | 224 pages, Audio CD | PDF, mp3 | 53,7 MB
Oxford English for Information Technology
Intermediate to Upper-Intermediate
Eric H Glendinning and John McEwan
A serious-minded but easy-to-use course for IT students.
Who is it for?
Students of computing and IT at universities, technical and vocational institutes, and adult education programmes.
In-work professionals specializing in computing and IT, who wish to upgrade their knowledge of English.
25 topic-based units each cover a key area of IT. There are a variety of authentic, interesting and topical texts and visual material, taken from textbooks, newspapers, computing magazines, web pages, manuals, and advertisements.
The course revises and practises grammar and functions appropriate to the needs of IT specialists at intermediate level.
The course develops all four skills, with the main emphasis on reading. Most units end with longer specialist reading texts. These are intentionally challenging, and can be used either for homework or self-study.
The tasks - such as writing, exchanging information, and problem solving - encourage learners to combine their subject knowledge with their growing knowledge of English.