With Reading the News, students not only improve their ability to read newspapers in English-they gain practice that will help prepare them for TOEFL®, TOEIC®, and IELTS® exams. Presenting 24 authentic articles on contemporary issues gleaned from the International Herald Tribune, Reading the News is an ideal way to encourage students to read English outside the classroom.
1. A hunger for English lessons
2. Have foreign MBA, will travel in Chinese business
3. As smoke clears, tobacco maker opens lounge
4. Secret wealth vs. �for richer, for poorer�
5. Nuclear power industry feels the wind at its back
6. Women�s work / The wages of equality
7. Managing globalization: If it�s here to stay, what do we do now?
8. Chances a low-fat diet will help? Slim and none
9. Music business finds little to sing about
10. Spotlight: A wedding planner for a new Japan
11. Cross-cultural training: How much difference does it really make?
12. The beauty premium: Why good looks pay
13. Retiring to cheaper climes? Caveat emptor
14. Cityscape: Street chef in a city that loves its food
15. The name game: Can anyone famous be a designer?
16. Stressed executives flee the pressure
17. Portrait: A rising star in Chinese cinema
18. Swedes step ahead on ethnic harmony
19. Film: The audience speaks Spanish but not at the multiplex
20. A British invasion for the digital age
21. Is Internet auctioneer an arena for criminals?
22. Global warming: Adapting to a new reality
23. Fake malaria pills haunt Asians
24. Keeping in touch the blogger way
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