AVIATION ENGLISH EBOOK
Aviation English has been specifically designed to help pilots and air traffic controllers achieve and maintain operational level 4 as outlined by the International. "Cleared for Takeoff, Aviation English Made Easy" is an Aviation English textbook for pilots and air traffic controllers (ATC). This book teaches the language of. Thanks also to Randy Stone, aviation English teacher and pilot, for his invaluable contribution in rereading the introductory notes to each unit. I would also like to.
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University of Haifa: Haifa, Israel. Applying the ESL teaching methods she learned to the aviation environment, Liz pioneered effective new methods of airborne and ground instruction.
Through many years of refining, Liz became an authority in teaching the language of aviation, gaining renown for both her method and her ability. Liz subsequently chaired an Australian government civil aviation safety review program to establish effective and measurable English language standards for pilots.
She was formally recognized by the Australian Civil Aviation Authority for "excellence in instruction" and for her outstanding contribution to aviation safety. She also became the first designated UK radiotelephony examiner in Australia.
Today, Liz operates her own aviation consultancy. She is frequently invited by airline management to assess the English language proficiency of prospective airline cadets as part of the selection process. Liz also regularly delivers aviation theory courses to foreign students in the subjects required for an Australian commercial pilot license.
A passionate student of languages herself having studied French, Bahasa Indonesia, Latin, German, Japanese, and Mandarin , Liz is inspired and motivated by students eager to learn. She is a gifted, dynamic, and dedicated teacher whose lively and engaging style has made the task of learning to fly, and learning to fly using a new language, both achievable and enjoyable.
About Us About AE Link Publications AE Link was founded in , but it really began many years before that in the far reaches of China, where as an Aviation English teacher I struggled to teach would-be pilot students how to make sense of the indecipherable radio chatter that they would have to learn to communicate with when they went on to flight training.
Serendipity intervened in the form of a fellow teacher who arrived at the school for her twelfth time. Her course had to be fit into the many others she had scheduled because there, in China, she was legendary.
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She was Liz Mariner, an Australian dynamo, a one-woman teaching whirlwind. Her effect on the students was amazing. She had a seemingly magical way of getting them to talk and to listen well enough to really hear.
Standard ESL workbooks could teach the students how to buy a bus ticket or ask directions to the post office, but there was no material in existence that would teach them how to speak the language of aviation—a challenging enough task for the native English speaker. So, AE Link was born. And now, in Cleared for Takeoff , her easy-to-use workbooks, Liz Mariner shares her knowledge, her enthusiasm, and her simple joy for living and teaching with the rest of the world.
Dan has more than 30 years' experience in the aviation industry. He is a pilot, flight instructor, air traffic controller, Aviation English teacher, and a published novelist.
For subrights, distribution, and other business partnerships, contact Dan at dan a-e-link.Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars. Jalal, T. And now, in Cleared for Takeoff , her easy-to-use workbooks, Liz Mariner shares her knowledge, her enthusiasm, and her simple joy for living and teaching with the rest of the world.
A passionate student of languages herself having studied French, Bahasa Indonesia, Latin, German, Japanese, and Mandarin , Liz is inspired and motivated by students eager to learn. She had a seemingly magical way of getting them to talk and to listen well enough to really hear.