Two books I'm using.
3rd years: Hyper Listening, Elementary 3rd Edition
ISBN 978-4-342-20035-9 C7082 (can't find an online link for it)
This book is listening only. Lots of listening quizes and stuff; some good, some not. The book is fairly dated and dry in it's content, so you're going to have to work to make it a little more entertaining. If anyone has a better listening textbook, please do recommend it. So far, I've just been hammering through it, so I can start doing more entertaining things, like TED Talks or Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.
2nd Year Oral Communications:
We use two books, but I had already made my 1 year lesson plan when they decided to randomly change the text book a week before the semester started. Next year, I'll probably convert to the new text book
True Colors: Oral Communication I (Don't have an ISBN handy)
In general, I like this text book, but I don't actually use it in class. For me, I've always had better luck taking the topics from the text book and designing my own lessons. The grammar points covered in the text book were useful as far as I was concerned, but I did have to go through and update them, and convert them to natural spoken English, and correct a few mistakes here and there.
The other book used is called Sailing, I really don't know much about it honestly.