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Flightpath | Flightpath is the definitive course for pilots and Air Traffic Controllers who need an Flightpath Teacher's Book Aviation English for Pilots and ATCOs . Flightpath Teacher's Book: Aviation English for Pilots and ATCOs [Philip Shawcross, Jeremy Day] on ppti.info *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Flightpath is the definitive course for pilots and Air Traffic Controllers who need an ICAO4 level of English to work in the industry. Written by.


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Flightpath Teacher's Book by Philip Shawcross, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Flightpath Cambridge w Key - Ebook download as PDF File .pdf) or read book Book with Audio CDs and DVD Teacher's Book Cambridge. For every activity which is designed for pairs (or groups of three or four), this Teacher's Book provides guidance on how to adapt the activity for different class .

There is a list of relevant sources near the beginning of each unit, which we recommend that you study.

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Aviation English is a very serious business, so you need to take your preparation seriously. We also recommend that Aviation English teachers are trained by reputable training providers, and that they continue to regard their professional development seriously throughout their careers, dedicating time to refresher courses and to self-study in their field. One very basic component of phraseology that less experienced teachers will need to make sure they know is the International ICAO Radiotelephony Alphabet, and also the internationally agreed pronunciation of numerals in aviation radiotelephony.

A further support for all teachers that we have provided is an extensive Aviation English Glossary, which you can download at www. You may want to print this out for your own use and also for the use of your students. What is the level of the course?

ICAO Level 4 is an internationally agreed standard of English above that required to carry out standard radiotelephony that all pilots and Air Traffic Control Officers need in order to work in the industry, and to fly planes or control traffic in international airspace. Within some organisations, a Level 5 standard may be desirable. The material in the course is designed to stretch and to challenge students, and with higher level learners, Flightpath can also be used to support learners aiming at a Level 5 standard of competence.

It is also suitable for learners doing recurrent training after achieving Level 4 in the past. Flightpath is designed to focus on the core professional skills rather than prepare learners for any particular test. There are many different tests of ICAO Level 4 worldwide, and it may be that your learners are preparing for one of them.

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Naturally, the best way to prepare for a sound test of language competence is to ensure that you work on the competence, rather than just teach to the test and this is particularly true in a safety-critical field such as aviation. However, it will still be useful for teachers to familiarise themselves with any test that their learners are preparing for.

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Please try again later. Paperback Verified Purchase. I will be new to teaching this to air traffic controllers and this book seems like a gift from heaven. It has so much extra info and resources given to help make the task as easy as possible.

Looking forward to putting it to use. One person found this helpful.We also recommend that Aviation English teachers are trained by reputable training providers, and that they continue to regard their professional development seriously throughout their careers, dedicating time to refresher courses and to self-study in their field.

ISBN: Rather, we need to provide them with an additional resource that may, in exceptional situations, save many lives. In this Teachers Book, we have been careful to include explanations Background notes of all the standard phraseology and technical language used in the course.

How do I use the Putting it together sections?

Pre-operational Pronunciation, stress, rhythm and intonation are influenced by the first language or regional variation but only sometimes interfere with ease of understanding. When the speaker is confronted with a linguistic or situational complication or an unexpected turn of events, comprehension may be slower or require clarification strategies.

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