Cutting Edge Advanced Student's Book. Phrase Builder by Cunningham S., Moor P., Carr J.

By Cunningham S., Moor P., Carr J.

Innovative is a multi-level common English direction for adults and teens. Combining stimulating content material with complete grammar, vocabulary and talents paintings, innovative complicated is for college students at FCE point and past who are looking to improve their wisdom of the language.Thorough grammar practiceClear motives and broad perform routines revise and extend scholars' wisdom of grammarHigh frequency, beneficial vocabularyA distinct concentrate on words and language 'chunks' extends vocabulary speedy and effectivelyExtended talking tasksWell-structured projects and actions advance competence in all 4 abilities, relatively conversing

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But the two purposes are quite distinct and there is no reason to suppose that by aiming at one the other can automatically be achieved as well. (Hirst, 1974, p. 48) Theodore Lewis, commenting on the dual roots and purpose of technology education in the USA, provides a picture of the healthy ‘crossing of borders’ between the two purposes, seeing it as more to do with the ‘stance’ of the teacher (or curriculum) than content – knowledge and skills being seen as ‘neutral’ (Lewis, 1996). From our point of view, this distinction is helpful – not least because it devalues neither position.

A WIDER CAPABILITY DEBATE The debate about capability is not exclusively within the field of design & technology. The notion of capability as dynamic and proactive and relating to what people can do had been developed by the UK RSA into an ‘Education for Capability’ project which was initiated as a reaction against a view of education as scholarship. This was expressed in the project’s Manifesto, created in 1979, in the following way. Young people in secondary or higher education increasingly specialize, and do so too often in ways that mean that they are taught to practice only the skills of scholarship and science.

Sen sees capability as an active force in which conscious choice is operating – he contrasts, for example, a person starving because they have no food with a person starving because of a decision to fast. As an economist with a strong interest in human rights, Sen is fundamentally concerned with equality. For him, ‘well-being’ – for an individual or for society – is achieved through the capability to function, which in turn is related to ‘the person’s freedom to choose from possible livings’ (Sen, 1992, p.

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