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Recommend Textbooks For Private Students

Unread post by medway garage » Wed Mar 17, 2010 12:39 am

Hi there,
Sorry If this has been answered elsewhere, but can someone point me in the right direction and recommend some
English textbooks to use for private lessons, I`ve been teaching kids for the last two years and I did my TESOL many
years ago, so I`m a bit out of practice,any advice.

I found this store online, looks pretty good and with 20% discount as well:
http://www.eltbooks.com

However, I would like to have a look through the books before buying, are there any good ELT bookstores in the
Tokyo area ?

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Re: Recommend Textbooks For Private Students

Unread post by gaijinalways » Mon Mar 22, 2010 1:19 am

Horindo and Kinokuniya both carry EFL/ESL books. You might help us by telling us the ages of your students (and if they are not kids) and their occupations. Also the levels would be helpful as well. Will you be using PC exercises too?

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Re: Recommend Textbooks For Private Students

Unread post by Sunshine » Tue Mar 10, 2015 12:53 pm

I agree with your point of view, most children are facing pressure on schools, heavy homework burden for them.

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Re: Recommend Textbooks For Private Students

Unread post by Edogaijin » Thu Mar 12, 2015 6:19 pm

Interchange is good.
Plenty of online resources and a DVD to give plenty of homework...
Can download the listening to itunes etc. MP3.

I just plug my iphone into the classroom TV or portable speakers...
Print off the bonus resources for homework or extra classroom work.... there is just too much stuff they offer...
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