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The program presents texts which are relevant, stimulating and lively. It helps users develop the whole range of reading skills: prediction, vocab strategies, inference, skimming, topic sentences and more.Text types include newspaper and magazine articles, emails, poems, recipes, stories and press releases. The program comes at six levels from elementary to advanced, with ten units in each level. Each unit starts with a video introduction, moves through controlled practice and comprehension exercises and concludes with a freer activity which expands on the topic.
An online source consists of teacher videos, practice zone and resource bank. This program teaches users how to improve their English grammar, broaden their vocabulary and sharpen up their speaking skills. They will also learn how to approach reading, lectures and essays with confidence.
This collection of approximately 80 high-resolution videos, totaling more than 13 hours, demonstrate the Grant's method of cadaver dissection sequences, as described in Grant’s Dissector. Organized by body region, each video includes narration by Dr. Alan Detton and on-screen labeling and text. The videos show students what they are expected to achieve in lab, the steps required for each dissection, and the information they need to learn for practical exams.