LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
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I agree with Prof. Ricardo 100 %.
By no means am I against Prof. Ricardo's advice. I understand that many times teachers are busy and need ideas without having problems with copyright issues because those can be very costly, and also because teachers are overwhelmed with many issues and they resort to "easy" avenues that might give a sense of security like a Wizard teacher's guide can do. Also many times teachers have never been immersed in a country where English is the main language and they don't have enough control of the classroom situation and they can't pull a fresh lesson from their hat such as Richard Vaughan can.
Although I'm not a big fan of Wizard, I'll still recommend to you some books that look very very very similar to the way Wizard by Pearson structures their English lessons. Please find the names below, but in no way limit yourself to these few suggestions.
This one is specially similar to Wizard, however it's Portuguese-English, while Wizard is English-Portuguese
Cortina Conversational Brazilian Portuguese
Curso Audio Pratico de Ingles Sem Professor 3 volumes
geralmente encontra no Mercado Livre http://produto.mercadolivre.com.br/MLB-794183000-curso-audio-pratico-de-ingls-sem-professor-3-volumes-_JM
O Ingles sem Mestre ( esse é facil achar em PDF por ser antiquíssimo )
Ingles Hecho Facil ( English to Spanish )
www.rong-chang.com and www.eslfast.com are very good resources with lots with conversations and texts too.
Good luck friend !!!
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