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Pre-FCE (First Certificate in English)

FCE (First Certificate in English)

B2 Vantage ALTE Level 3

PET for schools pass with merit

PET for schools (Preliminary English Test)

KET for schools (Key English Test)

B1 + Vantage ALTE Level 2-3

B1 Threshold ALTE Level 2

A2 Waystage ALTE Level 1

Movers (8-11 years)

A1 Breakthrough ALTE Breakthrough

Flyers (8-12 years) (Students over 12 years should sit the KET exam)

Starters (7-8 years)

Pre-A1

11-13

10

8-9

5-7

2-4

1

0

DTES 2

DTES 1 / DTES Elementary

Cambridge Young Learners/ESOL CEFR/ALTE Exams CENNI DTES

70-85

64-83

86-90

46-69

46-63

84-90

10-45

10-45

Listening Reading

TOEIC Bridge™

Gateway B2

Next Stop 5-6 English World 5-6 Footprints 4-5 Take Shape 2-3 Brainwave 2-3 Macmillan Mathematics 2-3 Macmillan Science 2-3 English World 7 Footprints 6 Take Shape 4 Brainwave 3-4 Macmillan Mathematics 3-4 Macmillan Science 3-4 Hot Spot 3 Insights 3-4 Inspiration Series 2 Gateway A2 English World 8 Take Shape 5 Brainwave 4 Macmillan Mathematics 4 Macmillan Science 4 Hot Spot 4 English World 9 Take Shape 6 Brainwave 5 Macmillan Mathematics 5 Macmillan Science 5 Hot Spot 5 Insights 5-6 Inspiration series 3 Gateway B1 English World 10 Brainwave 6 Macmillan Mathematics 6 Macmillan Science 6 Inspiration series 4 Gateway B1+

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Code B1 Laser New Edition B1 Ready for PET PET for Schools Testbuilder PET Testbuilder PET MPO Intermediate Language Practice Direct to TOEFL® iBT TOEFL® Preparation Course IELTS Testbuilder

Animal Explorers Inspiration series 4 MPO & Interactive Classroom Gateway B1+ MPO & Interactive Classroom Language Games CD-ROM Macmillan English Grammar In Context (Intermediate) Gateway B2 MPO & Interactive Classroom Language Games CD-ROM Macmillan English Grammar In Context (Intermediate) Onestopenglish

Inspiration series 3 MPO & Interactive Classroom Gateway B1 MPO & Interactive Classroom Macmillan English Grammar In Context (intermediate)

Hot Spot 3 Interactive Classroom Inspiration Series 2 MPO & Interactive Classroom Gateway A2 MPO & Interactive Classroom Language Games CD-ROM Macmillan English Grammar In Context (Essential)

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Young Learners English Practice Tests (Movers)

Young Learners English Practice Tests (Starters)

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Macmillan School Dictionary Macmillan Essential Dictionary Macmillan Phrasal Verbs Plus Macmillan English Dictionary

Macmillan School Dictionary Macmillan Essential Dictionary Macmillan Phrasal Verbs Plus

Macmillan School Dictionary Macmillan Essential Dictionary Macmillan Phrasal Verbs Plus

Macmillan School Dictionary

Diccionario Macmillan Castillo

Diccionario Macmillan Castillo

Diccionario Macmillan Castillo

Macmillan Dictionaries

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Selections New Edition 2-3 Macmillan Children’s Readers 5-6

Portfolio Readers 1 Macmillan Readers (Starter & Beginner)

Selections New Edition 1 Macmillan Children’s Readers 3-4

Macmillan Children’s Readers 1-2

Faces Big Books Faces Activity Readers Hats On Top Big Books

Macmillan Readers

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Cambridge ESOL Exams

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IELTS Band

openMind Essentials Inside Out Series Beginner

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O2 1 New Trends 1 Breakthrough Plus Intro Attitude Starter openMind 1 Beginner: Straightforward Second Edition, Inside Out Series, Global

A1 Breakthrough ALTE Breakthrough 2-4

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347-393

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Attitude 1 Global Elementary

A1-A2 Breakthrough ALTE Level 1

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KET (Key English Test)

5-7

PET (Preliminary English Test)

32-42

3-3.5

43-61

437-510

4-5 Gateway B1+ Breakthrough Plus 3 Attitude 4 Intermediate: Straightforward Second Edition, Inside Out Series, Global, In Company Second Edition

Pre-FCE (First Certificate in English)

DTES 3 B2 Vantage ALTE Level 3

FCE (First Certificate in English)

O2 2-3 New Trends 2-3 Gateway A2 Breakthrough Plus 1 openMind 2 Attitude 2 Elementary: Straightforward Second Edition, Inside Out Series, Global, In Company Second Edition Pre-intermediate: Global, The Business

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B1-B2 Vantage ALTE Level 2-3

397-433

DTES 2

A2 Waystage ALTE Level 1

Macmillan Coursebooks

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62-91

513-587

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Advanced: Straightforward Second Edition, Inside Out Series, Global, The Business

C1 Effective Operational Proficiency ALTE Level 4

CAE (Certificate of Advanced English)

14-16

92-112

590-637

6.5-7

C2 Mastery ALTE Level 5

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17-19

113-120

640-677

7.5-9

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Diccionario Macmillan Castillo

Macmillan Readers (Starter & Beginner)

Laser New Edition A1+

Global Elementary Digital

Diccionario Macmillan Castillo

Macmillan Readers (Beginner & Elementary)

Laser New Edition A2 KET for Schools Testbuilder KET Testbuilder Elementary Language Practice TOEFL® Preparation Course

Viewpoints 2 Gateway A2 MPO & Interactive Classroom openMind 2 MPO Elementary: Straightforward MPO, Inside Out MPO & Digital, Global Digital, In Company MPO Pre-intermediate: Global Digital CEFR A2 MPO Language Games CD-ROM Macmillan English Campus Onestopenglish

Macmillan English Grammar In Context (Essential) Speaking of Speech Writing Sentences Telephone English

Diccionario Macmillan Castillo Macmillan School Dictionary

Macmillan Readers (Elementary) Reading Keys New Edition 1

Code B1 Laser New Edition B1 Ready for PET PET for Schools Testbuilder PET Testbuilder PET MPO Testbuilder for TOEFL® iBT Direct to TOEFL® iBT TOEFL® Preparation Course

Viewpoints 3 Code B1 MPO Gateway B1 MPO & Interactive Classroom openMind 3 MPO Pre-intermediate: Straightforward MPO, Inside Out MPO & Digital, Global Digital, In Company MPO CEFR B1 MPO Language Games CD-ROM Macmillan English Campus Onestopenglish

Macmillan English Grammar In Context (Intermediate) Speaking of Speech Writing Paragraphs Meetings in English Networking in English Telephone English Email English

Macmillan School Dictionary Macmillan Essential Dictionary Macmillan Phrasal Verbs Plus

Macmillan Readers (Pre-intermediate) Reading Keys New Edition 2 Reading Styles

Code B1+ Laser New Edition B1+ Intermediate Language Practice Testbuilder for TOEFL® iBT Direct to TOEFL® iBT TOEFL® MPO TOEFL® Preparation Course

Code B1+ MPO Gateway B1+ MPO & Interactive Classroom Intermediate: Straightforward MPO, Inside Out MPO & Digital, Global Digital, In Company MPO

Writing Essays Presentations in English

Macmillan School Dictionary Macmillan Phrasal Verbs Plus Macmillan English Dictionary

Macmillan Readers (Intermediate) Reading Keys New Edition 3

Code B2 Laser New Edition B2 Ready for FCE First Certificate Testbuilder Direct to FCE FCE MPO First Certificate Language Practice TOEIC® MPO TOEFL® MPO Direct to TOEFL® iBT IELTS Testbuilder IELTS Foundation

Viewpoints 4-5 Code B2 MPO Gateway B2 & B2+ MPO & Interactive Classroom Upper intermediate: Straightforward MPO, Inside Out MPO & Digital, Global Digital, In Company MPO, Academic English MPO CEFR B2 MPO IELTS Skills Apps Language Games CD-ROM Macmillan English Campus Onestopenglish

Macmillan English Grammar In Context (Intermediate) Writing Research Papers Email English Presentations in English Meetings in English Networking in English

Macmillan Essential Dictionary Macmillan Phrasal Verbs Plus Macmillan Collocations Dictionary Macmillan English Dictionary

Macmillan Readers (Upper Intermediate) Reading Keys New Edition 3 Macmillan Literature Collections

Ready for CAE CAE Testbuilder CAE MPO Advanced Language Practice TOEIC MPO TOEFL® MPO TOEFL® Preparation Course IELTS Graduation

Advanced: Straightforward MPO, Inside Out MPO & Digital, Global Digital, Academic English MPO CEFR C1 MPO IELTS Skills Apps Macmillan English Campus Onestopenglish

Macmillan English Grammar In Context (Advanced) Presentations in English

Macmillan Phrasal Verbs Plus Macmillan Collocations Dictionary Macmillan English Dictionary

Macmillan Readers (Upper Intermediate) Macmillan Literature Collections

CPE MPO Advanced Language Practice New Proficiency Testbuilder

Advanced Academic English MPO CEFR C2 MPO Macmillan English Campus Onestopenglish

Macmillan English Grammar In Context (Advanced)

Macmillan Phrasal Verbs Plus Macmillan Collocations Dictionary Macmillan English Dictionary

Your Guide to Using Our Catalog Titles are arranged in order according to the segment and number of teaching hours. Business courses and supplementary titles are found at the end of the catalog. Please refer to the contents page (p3).

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To find a title that’s right for your class, use our Quick Reference Level Chart on

Jeanne Perrett

Faces is a four-level course for preschool learners of American English. It provides a balanced program of cognitive and motor skills, focusing on the child’s social, moral and physical development. Children learn lexical chunks and everyday language which is not ruled by grammar, helping them express themselves naturally in English while they go about their daily routines.

For Teachers

Student’s Book Pack

Teacher’s Edition

Packaged complete with the Student CD and Sticker Pack, the Student’s Book teaches everyday language and important social skills and values through a song lesson in every unit. There is a structured program for reading and writing readiness, while puzzle pages promote cognitive, conceptual and fine motor skills. Crosscurricular lessons teach English alongside math, science, art and music. In levels 2 and 3, story pages recycle language and promote sequencing and prediction skills, and the Kids’ Theater pages encourage children to produce natural dialogs.

The Teacher’s Edition offers step-by-step teacher’s notes alongside reduced Student’s Book pages. Each unit begins with a song focusing on oral production, before a detailed presentation of target language. It contains a pocket for the photocopiable evaluation booklet and black line masters.

Primary

For Students

Class CD & Little Voices CD

CENNI

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CEFR

PRE-A1

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A1

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Active whole-class learning is supported by posters and interactive activities on the DVD-ROM. Thorough grammar and skills work is applied in natural contexts in the real world, through dialogs and cross-curricular material. Faces Student’s Book 2

This small version of the Big Book allows children to follow the pictures as they listen to the story.

Activity Book The Activity Book is packed full of activities, a structured phonics program and extra Busy Time pages.

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Look! The sea!

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Where? I can’t see. Listen and say.

They’re between the whale and the island. I can see a big jellyfish. Look!

• Informative, cross-curricular and cross-cultural content

ISBN chart

What’s that behind the dolphins? Is it a shark?

means that students learn about the world through English. The stories, topics and projects promote social values and citizenship.

Faces Big Book 2

Nursery 1 2 Student’s Book Pack – 9781405068772 9781405068789 Activity Book – 9781405031363 9781405031394 Activity Reader – 9781405068277 9781405068284 Teacher’s Edition – 9781405068741 9781405068758 Class CD – 9781405068154 9781405068161 Big Book – 9781405068215 9781405068222 Black Line Masters – 9781405068185 9781405068192 Evaluation Booklet – 9781405068307 9781405068314 Little Faces 9781405068710 – – Little Voices CD 9781405076869 – – Macmillan Early Learners Photo Cards – – Macmillan Early Learners Posters – – Macmillan Early Learners Flashcards – –

whale

3-4) sections in the Workbook develop learning strategies such as matching, scanning, thinking, sorting and dictionary skills, as well as reading strategies such as sequencing. At levels 5-6, more reading material is adapted from real-life sources, and children learn about the structure of different reading genres, such as plays and newspaper articles. • Grammar Practice Books at each level consolidate students’ learning, while projects and portfolios encourage learner independence. • A dictionary with the Pupil’s Book helps children to revise and practice the course vocabulary. Definitions in English encourage the use of monolingual dictionaries.

(The Student’s Book Pack contains the Student’s Book, the Student’s CD and the Sticker Pack.)

dolphin

Come here. Stand next to me.

jellyfish

Yesterday there was a big hippo under the balloon. There were lions and zebras, too.

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This is a fantastic trip!

Tie-in Titles show books or materials that can be used to complement the course, such as exams, dictionaries, readers and digital materials.

It’s an eagle. It’s a very big eagle.

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Listen and say.

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Sea creatures Unit 9

I love the sea!

Listening

Look!

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Write Ben’s email to Sam.

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From:

Listen and circle the correct answer. No, it isn’t.

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A whale.

3 One.

Two.

4 A shark.

A jellyfish.

5 Yes, it is.

No, it isn’t.

6 A snake.

A fish.

7 Yes, it is.

No, it isn’t.

8 Yes, it is.

No, it isn’t.

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Talk about the picture. Listen and sing.

This section highlights a title’s key features and explains what makes the course special.

Yesterday we were at the aquarium. It was fantastic! quiet

Read the sentences. Look at the pictures. Finish the email.

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Class composition

Listen and point.

1 Yes, it is.

The interactive whiteboard-compatible Teacher’s DVD-ROM has a conversation feature which presents children with an authentic model for their own role-play. It includes an interactive phonics feature allowing children to physically put sounds together to construct words, 19 facilitating the progress from simple phonemes to complete words.

Pupil’s Book Workbook Teacher’s Book 12/19/12 Audio 4:43 PM CD DVD-ROM Flashcards Posters Grammar Practice Book Dictionary

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What’s that in the sky?

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Today there are sharks and dolphins.

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Yes, it is. I can’t see. Jon’s in front of me.

• Learning to Learn (levels 1-2) and Study Skills (levels

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Each catalog section is color-coded for easy location.

Listen and read. Look, children! A whale! Wow! It’s huge! I can see dolphins.

Key features

Little Faces

Activity Reader

Symbols clarifying information can be found throughout the catalog. See the Key to Symbols below.

Mary Bowen and Liz Hocking

This large format storybook (37.5 x 50 cm) provides extensive teacher’s notes, tips and activities that build on the stories.

A colorful book for two-year olds, Little Faces prepares children for level 1 of Faces. There is also a Little Voices CD.

The information below will help you to find your way around our catalog pages.

English World is a visually stunning 10-level course taking students through primary and secondary. It combines best practice methodology with innovative features for the modern classroom.

The class audio contains all songs and dialogs, the Activity Book chants and the Big Book stories, including the sound effects-only versions. Little Voices CD is for use with the Little Faces nursery book.

Big Book

Components for students and for teachers are grouped under their respective headings.

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The CEFR and CENNI levels covered by the course are indicated by the colored boxes.

Preschool

The first paragraph for each title contains information about the course methodology.

fold-out front cover, as well as the Scope & Sequence page(s) in each section: preschool (p15), primary (pp24-25), secondary (pp42-43), bachillerato (p61), and young adult (pp68-69).

p14. It allows you to immediately identify a book that fits your program level. For more detailed scope and sequence information for each course, details of how they compare to the standardized benchmarks (CEFR, CENNI, ALTE, etc.), and supplementary materials at these levels, see the School Level Chart and the Young Adult & Adult Level Chart on the

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Sammy the sailor, Sammy the sailor, Sailing on the sea. Sammy the sailor, Sammy the sailor, What can Sammy see? What can Sammy see? What can Sammy see? Up, down, turn around, He can see the sea!

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Class composition: an email to a friend Unit 9

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Visit the resource site, www.macmillanyounglearners.com/ englishworld for sample material, downloadable resources, project work, and more!

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500 Activities for the Primary Classroom

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An award-winning book or series

Macmillan eBooks available from www.macmillaneducation.com/ebooks and popular online eBook stores

Titles available in British English

Digital support for the student, for example a CD-ROM with interactive language practice

More information about or by selected authors online, for example a webinar

Apps for any electronic device, available at www.macmillaneducationapps.com

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Projectable classroom tools for the teacher, that can be used on an interactive whiteboard or with a computer-projector combination

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Primary INSIGHTS

Preschool The material evolves with the students and reflects their changing maturity, needs and interests. INSIGHTS builds on the success of the American Inspiration series and brings it up to date with new content and design.

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The Student’s Book and Workbook are bound together for ease-of-use. The Teacher’s Book contains support material, optional extra activities, and Answer Keys for both the Student’s Book and Workbook sections. INSIGHTS 5 and 6 can be used as a separate intermediate-level course, consolidating and extending the English the students already know. INSIGHTS gives students reflective insights into the language, the world, and their own lives. COMMON EUROPEAN FRAMEWORK

A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Judy Garton-Sprenger and Philip Prowse

The key features of INSIGHTS are: a systematic approach to language skills, with reading, writing, listening and speaking skills development integrated within each unit; increased opportunities for functional and structural grammar presentation and practice within each unit; exposure to useful vocabulary relevant to the students’ lives; development of writing through both guided-writing tasks and more open activities; increased cross-curricular and intercultural content, including the use of English in the learners’ own environment; clear grammar-reference and extra practice material at the end of each unit (Levels 1-4) and at the end of the Student’s Book section (Levels 5 and 6); a focus on building up learner independence, through self-assessment and an awareness of personal learning styles.

STUDENT’S BOOK AND WORKBOOK

INSIGHTS is a six-level course for teenagers from near-beginner to intermediate level.

Judy Garton-Sprenger and Philip Prowse with Marcelo Baccarin, Helena Gomm, and Catherine Smith

STUDENT’S BOOK AND WORKBOOK

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Young Adults B2

p70

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Straightforward Upper-intermediate Student’s Book Philip Kerr

• Flexible and adaptable • Supported by one of the most comprehensive Teacher's Books around

Philip Kerr

Exams

Straightforward

Upper-intermediate Student’s Book

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Bachillerato XYGEN NEW EDITI N

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Libby Williams

CENNI level

A2-

Angela Llanas

New Trends is the new edition of Trends series for post secondary Bachillerato students. Like its predecessor, New Trends is a five-level, semester-based course, in line with the R.I.E.M.S. reform, the CEFR, and the Competency Framework. New Trends retains all the great features of the original series: clear didactic sequencing, inductive and deductive approaches to new language, integrated workbook pages, and authentic task-based production, but has been redesigned based on feedback from teachers and academic coordinators. The result is a course that blends traditional teaching techniques with the pedagogical and technological demands of modern teaching, while at the same time offering teachers both far greater curricular flexibility and more in-depth classroom support.

Angela Llanas

CEF level

Libby Williams

Key features • Revised lessons, unit structure and didactic sequence designed to build upon and recycle language covered in previous lessons, thus providing varied and stimulating classroom dynamics • Expanded language models and authentic speaking and writing tasks with step-by-step guidance so that students have the knowledge and skills to produce the language they have been practicing • Expanded and more explicit competency focus with each lesson now developing both disciplinary (communication) and generic (cross-curricular) competencies including clear instructions on how to teach them in the Teacher’s Edition • Greater curricular flexibility including optional sections that allow teachers to adapt the course to the specific needs of their students • Expanded Workbook, Self-Assessment sections and an extended Teacher’s Edition to provide more practice activities and greater support

L i bby W i l l i a m s

Course components Each level of O2 includes the following: •   Student’s Book with integrated Workbook and Self-Evaluation pages •   Downloadable audio files and additional teaching resources available at www.macmillan.com.mx •   Teacher’s Edition including Test CD •   Class Audio CD

A ng e l a Ll a na s Li bby Wi l l i am s

Angela Llanas

Key features •   Expanded and more explicit competency focus with each lesson now developing both disciplinary (communication) and generic (crosscurricular) competencies •   Revised lesson and unit structure, including optional sections that allow teachers to adapt the course to the specific needs of their students •   Expanded Workbook, Self-Evaluations, and teacher’s notes to provide more practice activities and greater support •   Authentic tasks with step-by-step guidance so that students have the knowledge and skills to produce the language they have been practicing

Angela Llanas

S t u d e n t ’s B o o k

is the new edition of Oxygen series for Bachillerato. Like its predecessor, O2 is a four-level, semester-based course, in line with the RIEMS reform, the CEFR, and the Competency Framework, but has been brought up-to-date to incorporate the 2011 DGB program, as well as an increased competency focus. O2 retains all the great features of the original series – clear didactic sequencing, inductive and deductive approaches to new language, integrated workbook pages, and authentic task-based production, but has been redesigned based on feedback from teachers and academic coordinators. The result is a course that blends traditional teaching techniques with the pedagogical and technological demands of modern teaching, while at the same time offering teachers far greater curricular flexibility and more in-depth classroom support.

XYGEN NEW EDITI N

S t u d e n t ’s B o o k 2

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Course components Each level of New Trends includes the following: • Student’s Book with integrated Workbook and Self-Assessment pages • Downloadable audio files and additional teaching resources available at www.macmillan.com.mx • Teacher’s Edition including Test CD with exams and extra practice materials • Class Audio CD CEF level CENNI level

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Bachillerato 61

Reading Material

Preschool 15

Young Adult

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Dictionaries 114

Primary 24

Exam Resources

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Methodology 118

Secondary 42

Skills 96

Services & Training

Supplementary 58

Business English

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Digital & Online

Language is changing and so is the way we

teach and learn it.

Technologically literate students spend their days seamlessly navigating between offline and online interactions. Teachers are surrounded by technology in its varied aspects and the fantastic potential it has to enhance our teaching. At Macmillan, we believe that the core learning relationship has always been that between student and teacher. This relationship is at the heart of all the digital products we develop.

Any device. Any platform. Any need. Macmillan IS digital.

eBooks

Learning is changing. Language is mobile. It is a truth universally acknowledged that there is no better way for students to increase their vocabulary than through reading. Our extensive range of eBooks offers flexibility for anyone looking for electronic versions of our titles. There’s no need for teachers or students to carry hard copies anymore; whole books and listening materials are available to download, ready to transfer to smart phones, tablets or laptops. Feel at home in the Macmillan eBook store and make yourself comfortable. Maybe even put your feet up! Browse our list of titles, flip through a few pages and take your time. There’s no hurry and you can come back anytime you want. Download our eBooks from www.macmillaneducation.com/ebooks. Macmillan’s eBooks are also available at popular online eBook stores.

Macmillan Readers are available as eBooks with the advantage that they have a dedicated website with downloadable supplementary materials. Find out more on p105.

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Macmillan offers a variety of award-winning Apps for language learners and teachers. From exam practice to teacher resources for any electronic device, you’ll find everything you need at www.macmillaneducationapps.com. Sounds: The Pronunciation App Both teachers and students interested in improving their English pronunciation will love this 2012 British Council ELTon Award winner for Innovation in Learner Resources. Wordlists, practice and quiz activities are available, making it a favorite for teachers worldwide.

Digital & Online

Mobile Apps

Wordlist Apps Wordlist Apps are available for each level of the Mind and Straightforward series as well as a General Vocabulary Wordlist App in both American and British English. Lists contain vocabulary (single words and phrases), the phonemic transcriptions, and audio recordings. Visit www.soundspronapp.com/wordlists for more information.

IELTS Skills Apps Preparing students for the IELTS exam? The IELTS Skills App series covers all four skills and are packed with innovative, authentic exam-type practice activities – including a virtual examiner and an interactive ‘Can do’ statements section! Written by acclaimed IELTS expert Sam McCarter, author of the Ready for IELTS (p90) and IELTS Testbuilders (p91), the Apps contain everything students need to take the exam with confidence and be successful.

Onestopenglish App Teachers looking for extra teaching resources will appreciate the Onestopenglish App. Full of teaching tips, classroom tools and the latest news from the ELT world, it’s the perfect pocket teaching companion.

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Interactive Whiteboards Macmillan publishes classroom presentation software for use on Interactive Whiteboards (IWBs) for all levels and ages. Join teachers across the world who are already using this powerful and effective technology to provide students with motivating language learning experiences.Find exciting ways to use the IWB in your classroom in Pete Sharma’s 400 Ideas for Interactive Whiteboards (p118).

How it works* *Our IWB materials can also be projected onto any white surface using a laptop and projector combination.

Computer

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Equips teachers, encourages students, enhances learning

Macmillan English Campus is the complete solution for blended learning. It is fully customizable to the needs of institutions, and is appropriate for older students of all levels. Teachers can choose from over 30 ready-built courses, adapt them, or create their own; while flexible and intuitive class management tools help manage classes and keep records of all activities. Key Features

Search across an extensive database of interactive resources covering language, vocabulary, listening, pronunciation, web projects and games.

Over 4,500 interactive resources

Communicate through an internal messaging service.

cover six language levels, from beginner to advanced. There are exam practice resources for TOEFL®, TOEIC®, IELTS and Cambridge ESOL exams. The platform includes ready-made tests, a ready-to-use Placement Test and over 800 resources for creating tests. Access to regular training sessions and a wealth of support materials guide teachers through Macmillan English Campus.

Refer to over 460 grammar reference units.

Monitor progress and results with an automatic Gradebook.

Directly access resources from Macmillan English Dictionary Online.

View weekly updated news lessons, edited at three language levels.

Save and share Bookmarks, Word Lists, Web Links and personal files in the My Files area.

To find out more, visit www.macmillanenglishcampus.com

Culture World is a dynamic platform blending language learning with cultural awareness. Using contemporary British culture to explore everyday topics, Culture World develops functional language for real-life scenarios. Students can create and share their own pages through the brand new myPad software, while comprehensive teacher’s notes and cultural hints help extend learning in the classroom.

Key Features Students can explore

four different interactive cityscapes: People and Society, Lifestyle, Entertainment and Sport.

Over 800 videos set in

real-life contexts, with native and non-native accents, open up a wide range of interactive language activities including role-plays and listening.

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The easy way to learn online Macmillan Practice Online is the easiest way to offer students all the benefits of online learning – and with its new look and functionality, it’s never been better! There are over 120 courses to choose from, covering all competence levels, both in American and British English. Each course contains up to 200 activities including listening, pronunciation and vocabulary activities, web projects and games. Macmillan Practice Online includes free teacher access, ensuring instructors have the flexibility to manage students and classes anywhere, anytime. Direct access to the Macmillan English Dictionary Online is just a click away.

General English courses follow the CEFR and can be used on their own for general practice or with any CEFR-mapped coursebook.

The messaging system lets teachers and students communicate easily: for example, to give feedback on exercises, or to assign homework.

The menu on the left side of the screen shows all the courses a student is registered for.

Teachers can create classes which students can join and then monitor their progress through the Gradebook.

Key Features Courses are available for general English, business English, exam practice, academic English or to accompany selected Macmillan series.

Students have free, direct access to the Macmillan English Dictionary Online.

The automatically updated Gradebook provides a full record of your students’ work and helps them keep track of their progress.

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Macmillan Practice Online Courses Code 1120100304163 1120100304132 1120100304170 Gateway 1120110304580 1120110304597 1120110304405 1120120306697 1120120306703 Hot Spot 1120100304125 In Company 1120100304088 1120100304149 1120100304156

1120110304191 New Inspiration 2 1120120307304 New Inspiration 3 1120120307311 New Inspiration 4 1120090300800 Inspiration 1 1120090300848 Inspiration 2 Gateway A2 1120090300855 Inspiration 3 Gateway B1 1120090300862 Inspiration 4 Gateway B1+ Mind Series Gateway B2 1120100302817 openMind Essentials Gateway B2+ 1120100302633 openMind 1 1120100302831 openMind 2 Hot Spot 1120100302848 openMind 3 1120110304221 masterMind 1 In Company Second Edition Elementary 1120110304238 masterMind 2 In Company Second Edition Pre-intermediate Sky High In Company Second Edition Intermediate 1120090300350 Sky High 1 (Full Edition) 1120090300367 Sky High 2 (Full Edition) In Company Second Edition 1120100304095 Upper Intermediate 1120090300374 Sky High 3 (Full Edition) Inside Out Series 1120090300381 Sky High 4 (Full Edition) 1120120307328 New American Inside Out Beginner 1120090300398 Sky High 5 (Full Edition) 1120090300305 New American Inside Out Elementary 1120090300404 Sky High 1 A (Split Edition) 1120090300312 New American Inside Out Pre-intermediate 1120090300411 Sky High 1 B (Split Edition) 1120090301876 New American Inside Out Intermediate 1120090300428 Sky High 2 A (Split Edition) 1120100303616 New American Inside Out Upper Intermediate 1120090300435 Sky High 2 B (Split Edition) 1120100304118 New American Inside Out Advanced 1120090300442 Sky High 3 A (Split Edition) 1120090300329 New Inside Out Beginner 1120090300459 Sky High 3 B (Split Edition) 1120090300336 New Inside Out Elementary 1120090300466 Sky High 4 A (Split Edition) 1120090300343 New Inside Out Pre-intermediate 1120090300473 Sky High 4 B (Split Edition) 1120090301906 New Inside Out Intermediate 1120090300480 Sky High 5 A (Split Edition) 1120090301869 New Inside Out Upper Intermediate 1120090300497 Sky High 5 B (Split Edition) 1120100304101 New Inside Out Advanced Straightforward Inspiration Series 1120090302583 Straightforward Beginner 1120110304832 Inspired 1 1120090302934 Straightforward Elementary 1120110304849 Inspired 2 1120090302590 Straightforward Pre-intermediate 1120120306895 Inspired 3 1120090302606 Straightforward Intermediate 1120120306901 Inspired 4 1120090302613 Straightforward Upper Intermediate 1120090300794 American Inspiration 1 1120090302620 Straightforward Advanced 1120090300817 American Inspiration 2 Business English Practice Online 1120090300824 American Inspiration 3 1120110304955 Business English Elementary (American) 1120090300831 American Inspiration 4 1120110304962 Business English Pre-intermediate (American) 1120110304184 New Inspiration 1 1120110304979 Business English Intermediate (American) Code Blue B1 Code Green B1+ Code Red B2

Business English Upper Intermediate (American) 1120110304993 Business English Advanced (American) 1120110304900 Business English Elementary (British) 1120110304917 Business English Pre-intermediate (British) 1120110304924 Business English Intermediate (British) 1120110304931 Business English Upper Intermediate (British) 1120110304948 Business English Advanced (British) Exams Practice Online 1120120307359 DTES 1 1120120307366 DTES 2 1120120307373 DTES 3 1120090300503 Pet 1120090300510 Fce 1120090301029 Cae 1120090301791 Cpe 1120090300527 Toeic® 1120090300534 Toefl® Academic English Practice Online Upper Intermediate Academic English 1120090301890 with Toefl® (American) 1120110304986

Upper Intermediate Academic English with Ielts (British)

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Advanced Academic English with Toefl® (American) Advanced Academic English with Ielts (British) Advanced Academic English (American) Advanced Academic English (British) Practice Online CEFR Level A1 (American) CEFR Level A2 (American)  CEFR Level B1 (American)  CEFR Level B2 (American)  CEFR Level C1 (American)  CEFR Level C2 (American)  CEFR Level A1 (British) CEFR Level A2 (British)  CEFR Level B1 (British)  CEFR Level B2 (British)  CEFR Level C1 (British)  CEFR Level C2 (British)

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Animal Explorers is a topic-based online resource for young learners of English. Focused on the animal kingdom, students are immersed in three different worlds, each packed with stories, audio, video, games and interactive exercises. Teacher’s notes and downloadable worksheets easily allow you to extend the topics. Ideal for use with an interactive whiteboard, projector or multimedia lab, Animal Explorers is a flexible and comprehensive solution for the CLIL classroom.

Key Features Worksheets and web projects extend the topic and develop teamwork skills, focusing on authentic use of language.

Activities are graded from

elementary to intermediate level and have a built-in glossary to develop students’ vocabulary.

Stunning photos and videos make Animal Explorers a truly authentic learning experience.

Find out what CLIL is and how it works in the classroom. There are also links to useful sites with more information and resources.

Extensive teacher’s notes for every topic provide tips and ideas for extending classroom work and incorporating authentic materials.

Have a prowl around www.animalexplorers.com today!

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Explore sample contents, with explanations, author information and a video tour.

To find out more, visit www.onestopenglish.com

Digital & Online

Onestopenglish is the number one resource and community site for English language teachers. With over 8,000 resources, including lesson plans, worksheets, interactive games and teacher support, onestopenglish provides everything you need – whether you teach children, teenagers or business executives.

Key Features New materials are added every week,

including news lessons from The Guardian, edited at three language levels.

Find a huge range of audio, podcasts,

games, animations, articles and tips to help solve your teaching dilemmas.

A dedicated CLIL section provides over 900 resources, including experiments, interactive animations and a vibrant image bank.

A community area allows you to share

experiences and ideas with teaching experts and colleagues around the world.

Whether you’re looking for your dream job or trying to find the ideal candidate to fill a vacancy, start and finish your search with Onestopenglish Jobs. Looking for a job? Search jobs by location or category, and browse through our latest vacancies. Once you’ve found the job for you, simply apply directly from the site – and it’s all absolutely free!

Advertising a vacancy? With over two million visitors from 190 countries every year, Onestopenglish Jobs can help you find the right candidate from a global community of ELT professionals. Advertise for free or take advantage of additional options with our three flexible Bronze, Silver and Gold packages.

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Resource sites Take advantage of our free support materials for Macmillan coursebooks and supplementary titles. School Courses Macmillan’s Young Learners portal (p23) provides sample materials, downloadable resources and project work across multiple preschool and primary microsites, with dedicated resource sites for Hats On Top (pp20-21), Brainwave (pp34-37) and English World (p39).

Our secondary courses Gateway, Hot Spot and the Inspiration series are accompanied by sites offering author information, great project ideas, extra lessons, flashcards, CEFR mapping, role-plays and downloadable resources. Gateway Online also has its own student area at www.gateway-online.net with Video Newsroom activities (adapted from real www.macmillanenglish.com/younglearners news reports), extra language practice, www.macmillanenglish.com/gateway a Macmillan Reader eBook, writing www.gateway-online.net models and vocabulary work, www.macmillanenglish.com/hotspot a test builder and games. www.macmillanenglish.com/inspiration

Readers, Dictionaries & Exams The Macmillan Readers resource site (p105) contains supplementary material for teachers and resources for independent learners. The dictionaries website offers details about each of the Macmillan Dictionaries, corpus information, useful glossaries, web guides and e-lessons. Remember to consult the free online dictionary with an integrated thesaurus. While you’re there, take advantage of the blogs, buzz words and free dictionary toolbar and plugins. The Macmillan Exams portal provides an overview of all widely taken English language exams, giving suggestions and advice on preparation materials, and videos with expert authors’ opinions. www.macmillanreaders.com www.macmillandictionary.com www.macmillandictionaries.com www.macmillanexams.com

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Young Adult & Business Courses The Breakthrough Plus, Global, Inside Out, Mind and Straightforward series offer resource sites for teachers with interactive activities, CEFR checklists, downloadable worksheets, interactive wordlists, role-plays, e-lessons and newsletters. Breakthrough Plus and Mind also have dedicated student areas. Macmillan Business Online contains monthly podcasts, PowerPoint presentations and sample business dilemmas that enhance The Business. Bi-monthly e-lessons support In Company, with downloadable wordlists and worksheets, listening scripts, progress tests and sample DVD material also available for our list of business English titles. www.macmillanenglish.com/breakthroughplus www.macmillanenglish.com/global www.macmillanenglish.com/insideout www.mindseries.net www.macmillanenglish.com/straightforward www.businessenglishonline.net

Methodology & Teacher Support The Macmillan Books for Teachers series has an accompanying website with a regular column from series editor Adrian Underhill (best-selling Sound Foundations author, p119), webinars by series authors, and videos of author workshops accompanied by PowerPoint presentations and handouts. Updates for selected titles feature the latest developments in the field and new web links. Remember to also visit onestopenglish, the number one resource and community site for teachers (see p11). www.macmillanenglish.com/methodology www.onestopenglish.com

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Quick Reference Level Chart This chart is a comparison of Macmillan preschool levels. It is intended as a guide only and does not correspond to any recognized standards. Please consult the School Level Chart on the inside front cover, and the Preschool Scope & Sequence on p15 for more detailed information on the level of our preschool courses. Page

Course

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Preschool

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Hula Hoop

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Squeeze

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Best Buddies

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Faces

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Hats On Top

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Hello Jojo / You and Me

Hello Jojo

You and Me

This chart gives approximate levels for Macmillan primary courses based on the CEFR and CENNI levels. For more detailed information on the level of our courses, please see the School Level Chart on the inside front cover, and the Primary Scope & Sequence on pp24-25. Page

CENNI CEFR Cambridge YLE

Course

0-1 Pre-A1 Starters

2 A1 Movers

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8 B1 PET

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Primary

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Bounce Now

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Twist and Shout

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Fantastic!

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All Aboard!

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Next Stop

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Take Shape

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Brainwave

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English World

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Footprints

40, 41 Macmillan Mathematics / Science 88

YLE Practice Tests

This chart is designed to act as a guide only. For more detailed information on the level of our courses, please see the fold-out level charts on the inside front cover, and the Scope & Sequence tables at the beginning of the relevant sections. For more information about how Macmillan courses are benchmarked against CEFR and CENNI levels, refer to our Quick Reference Exams Chart on pp86-87.

Page Course

CEFR CENNI ALTE Cambridge ESOL IELTS

True Beginner

Beginner

Elementary

Pre-int

Intermediate

Upper Int

Advanced

Pre-A1 0-1

A1 2-4 0 Breakthrough

A2 5-7 1 Waystage KET IELTS 3-3.5

B1 8-9 2 Threshold PET IELTS 4-4.5

B1+ 10 2-3 Vantage Pre-FCE IELTS 5

B2/B2+ 11-13 3 Vantage FCE IELTS 5.5-6

C1 14-16 4 Proficiency* CAE IELTS 6.5-7

IELTS 1-2.5

Secondary

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Living English

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Choices, English Corner, Rally On

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Insights

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Mega

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Megatrends

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Inspired

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Hot Spot

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Inspiration Series

52

English World

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Gateway

56, 89 Laser New Edition 57, 89 Code Bachillerato

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O2

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New Trends

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Style Update

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Reading Keys

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Breakthrough Plus

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Sky High

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Attitude

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Mind Series

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Inside Out Series

80

Global

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Straightforward Second Edition

Young Adult

Exam Resources

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YLE Practice Tests

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Ready for PET, FCE, CAE

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Ready for IELTS

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Testbuilder Series

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IELTS Foundation, Graduation

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TOEFL速 Preparation Course

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Direct to TOEFL速 iBT

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Direct to FCE

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Direct to IELTS

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IELTS Graduation

Language Practice Series Business

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Get Ready for Business The Business In Company * Effective Operational Proficiency

Preschool Scope & Sequence

Hula Hoop

Best Buddies

Nursery • Greetings: hello, goodbye • yes/no • boy/girl • Colors • Parts of the face • Clothes • Family: mommy, daddy • please/thank you • Fruits and shapes • Pets • big/small • Jobs • Transportation • Review

Level 1 • Greetings: hello, goodbye • Colors • Prepositions: up, down • Location of things: Where’s…? • Classroom objects • Family members • Simple present: be, It’s Buddy. • Adjectives: big/little • Toys • I have… • Parts of the body • Animals: pets • I want…/I like… • Food • I need… • Clothes • There is…/There are… • Parties • Shapes • Numbers: 1-5

Level 1 • Classroom objects • Possessives: my • Parts of the body • Simple present: I wash my hands. • Clothes • Shapes • Family members • Toys • Adjectives: happy/sad, hard/soft • Simple present: be • Fruit • Demonstratives: this/these • Jobs • Numbers: 1-5 • Transportation Level 2 • Prepositions: on • Location of things: The pencil is on the table. • Parts of the body • Adjectives: hot/cold, old/young, sweet/salty • Clothes • Describing the weather: It’s a sunny day. • Numbers: 6-10 • Toys • Shapes • Likes and dislikes • Animals • Descriptions: I see a big green turtle. • want: I want to be a doctor. • Transportation Level 3 • Review: level 2 • Adjectives: short/long, dirty/clean, new/old • Seasons • Simple present: It’s…/We’re…/I’m… • Family members • I love to + verb • Greetings: good morning, good afternoon, good night • Prepositions: in, at • Simple present: The lion lives in the zoo. • There is…/There are…

Level 2 • School • Demonstratives: This is… • Shapes • Colors • At home • Prepositions: on, in, under, behind • Commands: affirmative • Sports • Present progressive: I’m kicking… • Adjectives: long/short, slow/fast • Parts of the body • Adjectives: hard/soft • Animals: insects • Simple present: have • Food • I want…/I don’t want… • Weather • Requests: can • Asking about the weather: What’s the weather like? • love: We love reading. • Numbers: 6-8 Level 3 • Apologies: Excuse me!/I’m sorry. • Transportation • Adjectives: slow/fast • Ability: can • The neighborhood • Present progressive • too + adjective • The park • Feelings • can’t • Animals • Simple present: It’s…/They’re… • Food • Simple present: questions • Jobs • Simple present: He’s/She’s a cook. • Vacation • Numbers: 9, 10, 0

Digital highlights Hats On Top

Hats On Top

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Discovery Disc

Website

Minimum system requirements can be found on product packaging or dedicated product websites.

Hats On Top Nursery • Greetings: hello, bye-bye • boy/girl • What’s your name? • Numbers: 1-3 • Colors • I love you, Mommy, Daddy, • little/big • yes/no • Transportation • please/thank you • bird, cat, dog Level 1 • Greetings: hello, goodbye, how are you? • Classroom objects • Possession: have • Plurals • Parts of the body • Possessives: my, your, their • Family members • What is…?/How many…? • Colors • Shapes • Clothes • Likes and dislikes • Imperatives: affirmative • Food • Asking where things are: Where is…? • Toys • Ability: can • Animals • Prepositions: up, down, in, on, inside • Adjectives: happy/sad, little/big • Numbers: 1-5 Level 2 • Demonstratives: this • Review: level 1 • Simple present: do, questions • Toys • How many…? • Parts of the body • Review: simple present questions • House and family • Alphabet • Review: imperatives • Food • Present progressive: I am/He is/She is wearing… • Sports • Clothes • There is…/There are… • going to + place: I’m going to the library. • The neighborhood • Animals • Jobs • Ability: can’t • Numbers: 6-10 • Comparatives: bigger/smaller

Hello Jojo & You and Me Hello Jojo • Greetings: hello, goodbye • yes/no • boy/girl • Colors • Classroom objects • Food • please/thank you • Animals • Clothes • Toys • Location of things: Where’s…? Here it is! • Family members • Parts of the body • Numbers: 1-10 You and Me Level 1 • Greetings: hello, good morning, goodbye • I’m… • Colors and shapes • What’s this?/It’s a… • Classroom objects • Possessives: my, your • Possession: have • Parts of the body • Adjectives: big/little • How many…? • Family members • How old are you? • Animals • Indefinite article: a/an • Imperatives • Clothes • Numbers: 1-10 • Likes and dislikes • Food • Ability: can/can’t

You and Me Level 2 • Review: I have…, How many…?, What color…? • School • This is our… • Daily routines • Days of the week • Food • Likes and dislikes • Prepositions: under, over, up, down, next to, behind, in front of, in, on • Farm animals • These are… • Asking about and describing the weather: What’s the weather like? It’s raining. • Numbers: 11-20 • The park • I can see… • Adjectives: fast/slow, hot, hungry, happy/sad • Jobs: She’s a teacher. I work in a… • Feelings • Are you cold? Yes, I am. Level 3 • Where’s the…? • Review: simple present questions • Telling time • Review: vocabulary levels 1 and 2 • At home • Permission: May I…? • We don’t… • Questions with who and which • Simple present: affirmative and negative • Demonstratives: these • Numbers: 20, 30, 40, 50… 100 • Describing the weather: cloudy, rainy, snowy • Transportation • Comparatives: faster, thinner, stronger • Let’s go… • Present progressive: questions • Chores • want: affirmatives, negatives and questions • Food • The park • Sports • Future: going to • Numbers: 11–20 • Jobs • Superlatives: tallest, longest, lightest • Music

Preschool contents Hula Hoop Squeeze Best Buddies Faces Hats On Top

p16 p17 p18 p19 p20

Hats On p21 Hello Jojo p22 You and Me p22 Young Learners Resource Site p23

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Lorena Peimbert

Hula Hoop is an easy-to-use preschool course in American English with four levels. With its teacher-friendly style, fun activities, delightful artwork and cute characters, Hula Hoop encourages childhood development through simple, age-appropriate lessons.

For Students Student’s Book Levels 1-3 consist of ten units, complete with unit song, of ten lessons each. Nine units teach new material and the final unit is an evaluation unit. There are eight pages of cut-out material and four festival lessons at the end of the book. The nursery level has a similar structure but is shorter, with ten units of only six lessons each.

Hula Hoop Student’s Book 1

Hula Hoop Student’s Book Nursery

Hula Hoop Student’s Book 1

For Teachers Teacher’s Edition

Developmental Areas

The Teacher’s Edition is made up of seven pages of introductory material and games, including a clear explanation of the developmental areas. It is then divided into four sections of teacher’s notes, one for each level of the Student’s Book, consisting of scope and sequence, lesson overviews and extra tips.

The developmental areas required in the Program for Preschool Education are highlighted by characters who change the color of their hula hoop depending on the developmental field, ensuring teachers know which competency is being developed.

Class Audio CD

Pictionary and auditory discrimination

Language and communication

Pre-reading and visual discrimination

Real-world exploration

Personal and social development

Mathematical skills

The class audio contains all the audio content for the course.

Class Audio CD with Teacher’s Edition in Spanish This CD contains the audio and a printable version (in PDF format) of the Teacher’s Edition in Spanish. It also contains a printable teacher’s diary and a bingo board.

ISBN chart

Nursery

1

2

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Artistic expression

Preschool

Adriana del Paso, Idolina Camargo, Giselle Lobo and Myriam Monterrubio

Squeeze is an exciting three-level preschool course in American English. This innovative series utilizes preschoolers’ brain plasticity, ensuring they use all five senses and, therefore, all areas of the brain as they learn. Squeeze actively trains the brain and creates the conditions for effective language acquisition.

Squeeze Student’s Book 2

For Students Student’s Book Pack The Student’s Book presents language through stunning 3D modeling clay artwork, complemented by beautiful illustrations. Vocabulary presentations and Five Senses activities accommodate multiple learning styles, while skills development lessons focus on language skills, motor skills, and visual, auditory and critical thinking skills. Sounds lessons provide controlled practice of English phonemes through chants. An interactive contents page and Look Back Stickers encourage children’s involvement in the learning process. [Packaged with the Student’s CD]

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Fun Book The Fun Book allows children to create a portfolio and demonstrate what they have learned through Free Expression lessons. A variety of artwork styles develop children’s visual discrimination skills, while Values lessons encourage children to consider their role as part of a wider community, by focusing on the notions of ‘right and wrong’ and ‘cause and effect’. Senses lessons emphasize learning through one or more of the five senses to activate all areas of the brain.

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For Teachers Teacher’s Edition Guiding teachers through the series step-bystep, the Teacher’s Edition has clearly identified Squeeze Student’ s Book 1 learning objectives at the start of every activity, and photocopiable skills charts show teachers and parents exactly which skills their students are practicing. Unit overviews give teachers a summary of the month ahead, while photocopiable lesson plans and black line masters ensure teachers are equipped with everything they need for the school year. [Available in Spanish or English]

Macmillan Early Learners Visuals Posters, flashcards and photo cards for the preschool classroom contain:

• 20 interactive posters and cut-out puppets, with accompanying teacher’s notes; • 210 alphabetically indexed flashcards; • 210 photo cards covering target vocabulary in Macmillan preschool courses.

Macmillan Early Learners Poster

Class CD The audio contains all the songs, chants, language presentations and dialogs.

ISBN chart

1 Student’s Book Pack 9789706502803 Fun Book 9789706502834 Teacher’s Edition (Spanish) 9789706502599 Teacher’s Edition (English) 9789706507976 Class CD 9789706506306 Macmillan Early Learners Photo Cards Macmillan Early Learners Posters Macmillan Early Learners Flashcards

2 9789706502810 9789706502841 9789706502605 9789706507983 9789706506313 – – –

3 9789706502827 9789706502858 9789706502612 9789706507990 9789706506320 1120090400098 9781405068727 9781405068734

(The Student’s Book Pack contains the Student’s Book, the Student’s CD and the Look Back Stickers.)

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Preschool

Sandie Mourão and Fran Combs Gamboa

Best Buddies embraces the theory that children learn through play. This three-level preschool course introduces children to American English through the world of Buddy Bear, bringing fun activities and games into the English class and providing a context for the use of English. With its integrated content, multi-sensory approach and attention to early child developmental issues, Best Buddies offers a sound basis for any young student’s first experience of English.

For Students

For Teachers

Best Buddies Pack

Teacher’s Edition

The Student’s Book consists of nine topic-based units featuring the two worlds of Buddy Bear. Each unit starts with an Energizer jingle to get children moving and a Sit Down jingle to get them back to their places. There is a song to present the unit theme, a four-part Buddy story, a chant to aid sentence stress and rhythm, a dialog for role-play, and Mini-Books for children to tell the Buddy stories at home. Activity cut-outs reinforce the main language of the unit.

The Teacher’s Edition provides notes covering methodology, story-telling and child developmental issues. It also includes tips for using the Buddy Puppet and a step-by-step guide for each lesson, with teacher scripts and prompts showing when to use the action cards and the Print and Play pictures.

The pack also contains the Buddy Book, which consolidates the new language and includes extra festival pages for special occasions; and the Student’s Take Home CD, which has all the music for the Student’s Book jingles, chants and songs.

• 312 black-and-white Print and Play pictures with target vocabulary; • four color action cards, indicating when children should change

Look what’s inside the Buddy Box!

Teacher’s Support CD-ROM This multimedia CD-ROM contains printable resources, including:

activity (icons in the Teacher’s Edition show when to use the cards);

• one evaluation sheet per unit as well as a grid for class records; • a bingo grid and song sheets with lyrics; • a black-and-white Teacher’s Edition in Spanish, with all the content of the English version minus the reduced pages.

Class CD The class audio contains the lesson transition jingles, chants, songs, dialogs and Buddy stories.

Buddy Box Classroom support comes in the form of a friendly Buddy puppet and flashcards. 36 story cards per level help tell and consolidate the stories, and six family cards help children remember the main characters. [Items packaged separately and must be ordered individually]

Consult our eCatalog at ecatalog.macmillan.mx for more information and samples.

ISBN chart

1 Best Buddies Pack 1320110104429 Student’s Book & Take Home CD 9789708092395 Buddy Book 9789708092302 Teacher’s Edition (English) 9789708092333 Class Audio CD 9789708092425 Teacher’s Support CD-ROM (all levels) Flashcards (all levels) Buddy Puppet (all levels) Buddy Box (all levels) Macmillan Early Learners Photo Cards – Macmillan Early Learners Posters – Macmillan Early Learners Flashcards –

2 1320110104436 9789708092401 9789708092319 9789708092340 9789706508591 – – – – – – –

3 1320110104443 9789708092418 9789708092326 9789708092357 9789706508652 9786074730074 1120090401132 1120090400203 1120090401248 1120090400098 9781405068727 9781405068734

(The Best Buddies Pack contains the Student’s Book, the Take Home CD and the Buddy Book. The Teacher’s Support CD-ROM contains a black-and-white electronic version of the Teacher’s Edition in Spanish.)

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Jeanne Perrett

Faces is a four-level course for preschool learners of American English. It provides a balanced program of cognitive and motor skills, focusing on the child’s social, moral and physical development. Children learn lexical chunks and everyday language which is not ruled by grammar, helping them express themselves naturally in English while they go about their daily routines.

For Students

For Teachers

Student’s Book Pack

Teacher’s Edition

Packaged complete with the Student CD and Sticker Pack, the Student’s Book teaches everyday language and important social skills and values through a song lesson in every unit. There is a structured program for reading and writing readiness, while puzzle pages promote cognitive, conceptual and fine motor skills. Crosscurricular lessons teach English alongside math, science, art and music. In levels 2 and 3, story pages recycle language and promote sequencing and prediction skills, and the Kids’ Theater pages encourage children to produce natural dialogs.

The Teacher’s Edition offers step-by-step teacher’s notes alongside reduced Student’s Book pages. Each unit begins with a song focusing on oral production, before a detailed presentation of target language. It contains a pocket for the photocopiable evaluation booklet and black line masters.

Class CD & Little Voices CD The class audio contains all songs and dialogs, the Activity Book chants and the Big Book stories, including the sound effects-only versions. Little Voices CD is for use with the Little Faces nursery book.

Big Book This large format storybook (37.5 x 50 cm) provides extensive teacher’s notes, tips and activities that build on the stories.

Faces Student’s Book 2

Little Faces A colorful book for two-year olds, Little Faces prepares children for level 1 of Faces. There is also a Little Voices CD.

Activity Reader This small version of the Big Book allows children to follow the pictures as they listen to the story.

Activity Book The Activity Book is packed full of activities, a structured phonics program and extra Busy Time pages.

ISBN chart

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Nursery 1 2 Student’s Book Pack – 9781405068772 9781405068789 Activity Book – 9781405031363 9781405031394 Activity Reader – 9781405068277 9781405068284 Teacher’s Edition – 9781405068741 9781405068758 Class CD – 9781405068154 9781405068161 Big Book – 9781405068215 9781405068222 Black Line Masters – 9781405068185 9781405068192 Evaluation Booklet – 9781405068307 9781405068314 Little Faces 9781405068710 – – Little Voices CD 9781405076869 – – Macmillan Early Learners Photo Cards – – Macmillan Early Learners Posters – – Macmillan Early Learners Flashcards – –

3 9781405068796 9781405031424 9781405068291 9781405068765 9781405068178 9781405068239 9781405068208 9781405068321 – – 1120090400098 9781405068727 9781405068734

(The Student’s Book Pack contains the Student’s Book, the Student’s CD and the Sticker Pack.)

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Preschool

Caroline Linse and Elly Schottman

Hats On Top is a colorful, concept-driven course for nursery and preschool children. Building on the success of Hats On, this four-level course in American English has been digitally enhanced with newly developed components for both teachers and students, and a new nursery level encouraging children to engage with English and print awareness through teacher-led, structured play.

The course builds on and develops children’s world knowledge, promoting the learning of English through all content areas. While exploring each unit theme and developing English language skills, children simultaneously develop science, math, social studies, art, and physical development skills. Early literacy also plays a key role, with a literacy and language skills development program across all four levels.

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For Students Student Book Pack Each Student Book contains nine thematic units, plus a final review unit in the form of a play. Units focus on concept and real-world exploration, with a hands-on experiment and fact and fiction reading texts. A sticker pack in the back of the book consolidates target vocabulary.

Hats On Top Student Book 1 Unit 2

Say hello to Cassie!

The Discovery Disc, also packaged with the Student Book, includes exciting interactive activity stories to reinforce book awareness, fun language games, animated course and wiggle songs, and a parent page with Take Home activities.

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Early Letters & Early Numbers These two workbooks help children build early literacy and numeracy skills. They offer fun, accelerated practice of letters and numbers with strong visual support.

Activity Book The Activity Book provides practice and independent exploration of new language and concepts, as well as building fine motor skills. Each Student Book lesson has a corresponding Activity Book page.

Consult our eCatalog at ecatalog.macmillan.mx for more information and samples.

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For Teachers Interactive Classroom CD-ROM

The Teacher Edition provides detailed lesson plans and addresses the needs of a variety of learning styles. There are strong links to competencies and formative fields, and at level 3, features promoting school readiness are clearly flagged with supporting information.

This enhanced CD-ROM provides digital presentation tools, giving an interactive focus to the classroom with projectable, page-faithful Student Books and Big Books, which include integrated audio and animations. Command flashcards aid teachers with classroom management, as well as reinforcing basic classroom skills in English. Animated versions of the course and wiggle songs let children dance along with the Hat People.

Hats On Top encourages teachers to incorporate Learning Centers, made of simple materials collected and kept in small boxes, into their classrooms. The materials are first introduced to the whole class, then placed at Learning Centers for children to explore independently in small groups. While not obligatory, Learning Centers provide excellent opportunities for children to explore unit concepts and language in ways that best suit their learning style. The Hat People cut outs and the Word Framer are included.

Teacher Website

Concept Mats Nine interactive mats can be used for a variety of languagerich activities, such as practicing target language, consolidating vocabulary, and developing mathematical thinking skills and social skills. Four are printed on strong plastic and the other five can be made using the instructions in the teacher resources section on the website.

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Teacher Edition

The website www.macmillanyounglearners.com/hatsontop contains additional class and professional development resources, including:

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• teacher training videos on areas such as Very Young Learners

and Literacy; • Print and Play Pictures that can be used in language activities; • a School Readiness Handbook highlighting good indicators of school readiness, with checklists across developmental areas; • a guide to using drama and puppets in the classroom; • teacher resources with test builders and assessments, Make and Take sheets, Take Home activities, song lyrics and black line masters.

Hats On Top celebrates the joys of early learning. Children use English as they sing songs and create their own verses, as they explore science and talk about their discoveries, as they count and measure, and as they tell stories through art, drama, and early writing.

Big Book The Big Book support early literacy, nurturing a love of reading through enlarged and extended versions of the Student Book reading lessons. They are ideal for introducing stories to the whole class.

Finger Puppets Two finger puppets of the Hat People Cassie and Sam can be used by teachers and children, and are a great way to model conversations.

ISBN chart Student Book & Discovery Disc Activity Book Early Letters Early Numbers Teacher Edition Pack Interactive Classroom Pack Class CD Big Book Finger Puppets Concept Mats Macmillan Early Learners Photo Cards Macmillan Early Learners Posters Macmillan Early Learners Flashcards

Nursery 9789708091794 – – – 9789708091794 – 9789708091794 9789708091886 (all levels) (all levels) – – –

1 9789708091794 9789708091640 9789708091671 9789708091671 9789706503961 9789708091848 – 9789708091886 9786074730098 1120090400029 1120090400098 9781405068727 9781405068734

2 9789708091800 9789708091657 9789708091688 9789708091688 9789706504388 9789708091855 – 9789708091893 – – – – –

3 9789708091817 9789708091664 9786074730081 9786074730081 1120090200032 9786074730326 – 9789708091909 – – – – –

(In the Nursery level, the Discovery Disc is replaced by the Take Home CD. The Teacher Edition Pack contains the Teacher Edition and the Teacher Website code. The Interactive Classroom Pack contains the Interactive Classroom CD-ROM and the Audio CD.)

Caroline Linse and Elly Schottman

Hats On promotes the learning of English through all content areas to accommodate different learning styles and ensure children become confident in all the key developmental areas.

Hats On offers: • a Student Book, integrating content learning with English language and literacy, which contains the Take-Home CD and a Sticker Pack;

• an Activity Book, offering further practice and consolidation; • a Count On Reading enrichment workbook, helping children build early literacy and numeracy skills;

• a Teacher’s Edition with in-depth lesson plans, which ensures recycling of previous language;

• a Print and Play Picture Resource CD with pictures, photocopiable

packs containing Take-Home CD activity sheets and lyrics, ‘I can’ CEFR assessments, black line masters, and Make and Take suggestions; • a Big Book, containing enlarged versions of the Student Book stories; • a Class CD with all the listening activities; • nine interactive Concept Mats.

ISBN chart Student Book & Take-Home CD Activity Book Count On Reading Teacher’s Edition Class CD Big Book Print and Play Picture Resource CD Concept Mats Macmillan Early Learners Photo Cards Macmillan Early Learners Posters Macmillan Early Learners Flashcards

1 9789708091794 9789708091640 9789708091671 9789706503961 9789708091848 9789708091886 (all levels) (all levels) – – –

2 9789708091800 9789708091657 9789708091688 9789706504388 9789708091855 9789708091893 – – – – –

3 9789708091817 9789708091664 9786074730081 1120090200032 9786074730326 9789708091909 9786074730098 1120090400029 1120090400098 9781405068727 9781405068734

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Preschool

Naomi Simmons

This course for 2½ to 4 year-olds conveys a love of learning English through fun and motivating games, stories and songs. It is ideal for children who are not yet reading or writing, and can be used as preparation for pupils going on to learn with You and Me levels 1 and 2, or independently as a stand-alone one-year pre-primary course.

Key features • The methodology reflects the cognitive development of this age group, with an emphasis on movement and receptive skills.

ISBN chart

Pupil’s Book 9780230727809 Activity Book 1 9780230727816 Activity Book 2 9780230727823 Teacher’s Book 9780230727793 Audio CD 9780230727847 Flashcards 9780230727830 Poster Pack 9780230727854

• Eight units cover familiar topics such as family, colors and food. • Simple stories introduce the idea of sequencing and prepare for more complex concepts later on.

• One-per-semester Activity Books combine language and number work. • Stickers for each unit engage the children in activities and reward them for good work. • Additional activities in the Teacher’s Book accommodate different lesson lengths and number of teaching hours, and different abilities within the class.

Naomi Simmons

A two-level course for children aged 4-5, You and Me presents language through topics which reflect the world of preschool children. It is a fully integrated course with an extensive phonics, reading, writing and numeracy program.

Key features • Appealing characters and enjoyable stories in every unit ensure motivation. • Language is presented through a variety of exciting activities, including Total Physical Response (TPR). • Reading and writing skills are systematically developed. • Memorable songs and chants improve listening and speaking skills. • Fun and easy-to-use craft activities help children to learn by doing. • A Numbers Book for each level develops numeracy alongside literacy. • The series includes Flashcards and a Poster Pack for each level.

ISBN chart Pupil’s Book Activity Book Numbers Book Teacher’s Book Flashcards Poster Pack Audio CD

1 9781405079440 9781405079457 9781405079464 9781405079471 9781405079495 9781405079488 9780230027176

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01 800 614 7650 Level 2 • Commands: affirmative and negative • Demonstratives: this/that, these/those • Descriptive adjectives • Review: simple present and questions • Prepositions of place: next to, between, across • Review: simple present, be and have • Likes and dislikes

Level 3 • Prepositions of time • Present progressive: all forms • Present progressive: Whquestions • Telling time • How old…?

Level 3 • Present progressive, all forms • Ordinal numbers • Action verbs • Telling the time: hours • Preposition in + months of the year

Level 1 • Simple present: be, all forms • Indefinite article: a/an • Simple present: have, all forms • Prepositions of place: in, on, under • There is…/There are… • Simple present: Whquestions • How many is…?/How many are…?

Teacher’s Multi-ROM

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English World

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Level 2 • Commands: affirmative and negative • Demonstratives: this/that, these/those • Likes and dislikes • Ability: can/can’t • Simple present: all forms • Possessive -’s

Level 1 • Simple present: be, all forms • Indefinite article: a/an • Noun forms: singular and plural • Simple present: have, all forms • There is…/There are… • Simple present: Whquestions • Prepositions of place: in, on, under

Twist and Shout Next Stop

Level 2 • Demonstrative adjectives: this/these • Commands, affirmative and negative • Verb have: present simple • Adjectives • Question forms: When is …?/ Where is …? • I like …/I don’t like …

Level 1 • Greetings • Simple present: be, all forms • Indefinite articles: a/an • Colors • Numbers: 1-20 • Prepositions of place: in, on, under • Noun forms, singular and plural • How many …?

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Level 3 • Simple past: all forms • Telling the time • Comparatives • Superlatives • There was…/There were… • like + gerund • must/mustn’t • Review: present progressive • Future: going to • Would you like…? • Requests: can • Quantifiers: some/any • Possessive pronouns: mine, yours, his, hers

Level 2 • Review: present progressive • Likes and dislikes • Simple present: habits and routines • Prepositions of time: in, at • Adverbs of frequency • Simple past: be • Prepositions of place: next to, between, behind, in front of • Review: ability • Simple past: regular verbs • Sequences: first, next, then

Level 1 • Simple present: be, all forms • Greetings • What’s your name? • Plurals • There is…/There are… • How many…? • Prepositions of place: in, on, under • Simple present: have, all forms • Simple present: Whquestions • Likes and dislikes • Ability: can/can’t • Commands: affirmative • Present progressive • Adverbs of manner

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Level 3 • Review: present progressive • Simple present facts: The Earth goes around the sun. • Review: can • How many…? • Comparatives • Obligation and prohibition: have to/can’t • Simple past: be, all forms • Adverbs of manner • too/enough • Simple past: all forms • Ability: could • Giving advice: should • Future: going to

Level 2 • Descriptions • Review: simple present questions • Present progressive: all forms • There is…/There are… • much/many • Requests: can • Giving directions • Simple present: habits • Telling the time • Future: going to • Wishes: I’d like to…

Level 1 • Greetings • What’s your name? • Commands: affirmative and negative • Permission: can • Simple present: be, all forms • Plurals • Where is…? • There is…/There are… • Prepositions of place: in, on, under • Simple present: do, all forms • Likes and dislikes • Possessive adjectives: my, your, his, her • Ability: can/can’t

Take Shape

Level 3 • Review: tenses • Defining relative clauses • Prepositions of direction • Ability: could/couldn’t • Time clauses: when, while • Sense verbs + adjectives • Gerunds as subjects and objects • so...that/such a...that/so, why, because • Obligation, prohibition, and necessity: must/must not, have to/don’t have to • Advice: should/shouldn’t • Future: will for predictions and promises • Future: present progressive • Comparative and superlative nouns

Level 2 • but, too • Adverbs of frequency • want + infinitive • Future: going to • Partitives, quantifiers: some/any • How much…?/How many…? • Whose…? • Possessive pronouns • There was…/There were… • Past progressive • Simple past: all forms • Comparatives and superlatives

Level 1 • Wh- questions • Yes/No questions • Prepositions of place: in, on, under, next to, at • Possessive -’s • Countable and uncountable nouns • Indefinite article: a/an • Likes and dislikes • There is…/There are… • Asking for directions • Ability: can/can’t • Present progressive: all forms • Demonstratives: this/that, these/those • Simple present: all forms • Adverbs of frequency • Adverbs of manner: quickly, slowly • Prepositions of time: in, on, at • Sequences: before, after

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Digital highlights

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Bounce Now

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Level 6 • Past simple, all forms • Superlatives • Why …?/ Because …

Level 5 • Future: going to • Past simple verbs, affirmative and negative • Prepositions of place: next to, opposite, in front of, behind, in, on • Comparatives • Question forms: Who …?/ How …?

Level 4 • Possessive pronouns: my, your, his, her, our, their • Present simple, all forms • Question forms: Where …?/ What…? • Telling time: hours and minutes • Auxiliary question forms: Do …?/ Does …? • can/can’t

Level 6 • Simple past: regular verbs • Simple past: do, all forms • Simple past: irregular verbs • Superlatives • Past sequences: before/ after • Wh- questions with who and which

Level 5 • Possessive pronouns: mine, his, hers • Possessive -’s and whose • Comparatives • Comparatives: not as…as… • Future: going to, all forms • Likes and dislikes + gerund • Simple past: be, all forms

Level 4 • Review: like and dislikes • Simple present: habits and routines • Simple present: do, all forms • Review: simple present and occupations • Ability: can/can’t

Level 6 • Giving directions • Reflexive pronouns • Present perfect: all forms already, since, yet, for • Review: too/enough • Passive: present • Passive: past • Reported speech • Direct relative clauses

Level 5 • Review: past simple • Past progressive: all forms • Past sequences: when/ while • Sense verbs: feel • Future: will, all forms • Suggestions and obligations: must/should • Requests and offers: would/could • Indefinite pronouns: someone, anyone

Level 4 • Review: simple present • Adverbs of frequency • Comparatives • Superlatives • Review: have, all forms • Simple past: regular verbs • Simple past: irregular verbs • Simple past: Whquestions • too/enough • Ability: could • Possessive pronouns

Level 6 • Future: present progressive • Past perfect: after/when • Question tags • Reported commands • Present perfect vs simple past • Expressing opinions • Passive: future • Indirect pronouns • Making requests: Can I…?/ Could I…?/May I…? • Present perfect progressive • Reflexive pronouns • Passive: present perfect • I wish + past • Relative clauses

Level 5 • Past progressive vs simple past • used to • Infinitive of purpose • Necessity: have to • Passive: present • Present perfect: ever/ never, just/yet, for/since • Defining relative clauses • Definite and indefinite articles • Result clauses: so… that • Passive: past • Obligation: ought to, want to, need to • Second conditional • Reported speech

Level 4 • Review: simple past • too/very/not enough • Past progressive • Ability: could/couldn’t • not as…as • Narratives: simple past sequences • Indefinite pronouns: something, nothing • either/or • Future: will • Quantifiers • Advice: should/shouldn’t • Giving directions • First conditional • Shall we…?/Let’s…/How about…? • Present perfect • Possibility: might/might not

Level 6 • Review: grammar level 5 • Review: present passive • Past habits: used to • Review: first conditional • Review: the narrative • Second conditional • Ability: will be able/could • Present perfect progressive • Giving advice • Wishes • Past perfect • Modals: should/must/ may/can’t

Level 5 • Review: comparatives and superlatives • Review: simple past • Review: present perfect • Strong suggestions: have to • Wh- questions • Adverbs of frequency • Future: will • Review: future, going to • Future: present progressive • First conditional • Passive: present • Reported speech: statements and questions

Level 4 • going to • Review: simple present, comparatives • Superlatives • Narratives: simple past sequences • Past progressive • Review: giving and asking for descriptions • Review: could • Let’s + verb • need: all forms • Present perfect: for, since, just, ever, ago • Defining relative clauses • whose

Level 6 • Present perfect progressive • Describing feelings and senses • Passive voice • Indirect questions • Countable and uncountable nouns • Past deduction: must/ might • Review: reported speech • Review: second conditional • Third conditional • Unreal past: could/should + have

Level 5 • too/but/either • The past: ago/just • Present perfect vs going to • already/yet, for/since • Second conditional • I wish…/I hope… • Review: comparatives and superlatives • too/enough • one/ones • Indirect speech • say/tell

Level 4 • Review: grammar level 3 • used to • Deductions: might/can’t/ must + be • Following and giving directions (with a map) • Time clauses: before, after • Reflexive pronouns • Quantifiers: all, most, many, a few, some, no • Passive: present • Review: verbs followed by gerunds and infinitives • if clauses • Tag questions • make someone/something + verb • Possibility: could • Present perfect: all forms • First conditional • Present perfect vs simple past • Passive: past

Primary

Julie Kniveton and Angela Llanas

This new edition of the bestselling course Bounce presents a range of unique components and features, and is supported by a digitally enhanced, well-balanced four-skills program. Bounce Now provides carefully developed learning skills and subject linked content, and continues to offer an enjoyable but comfortable start to learning English. CENNI

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For Students Student’s Book New language is practiced and reinforced through stories, songs, crafts and cross-curricular real world activities. The Student’s Book includes integrated home study worksheets with a parent signature feature for review at home.

Student’s Multi-ROM This multimedia CD features spelling development and dictation games and activities, and the complete audio for the level. [Packaged with the Student’s Book]

Bounce Now Student’s Book 3

Activity Resource Book Black line masters for the craft activities in each unit and song activity sheets consolidate the course grammar and vocabulary. [Packaged with the Student’s Book]

Bounce Now

Student’s Bo

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This multimedia teaching tool contains a mediaenhanced, interactive Student’s Book and Big Book Builder for each level, as well as all the audio and a monthly lesson planner.

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Big Book Builder These large format (37 x 48 cm) visual resource books include incorporated picture dictionaries and a supporting audio program, with original chants (Bounce Beats) and dialog drills to develop vocabulary and pronunciation. There is one Big Book Builder for every two levels.

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Twist and Shout is an exciting six-level primary series in American English. It offers a carefully graded language and skills program, with focused practice to ensure children progress successfully. CENNI

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The series recognizes children’s natural energy and promotes language learning through movement and play. Critical thinking skills, stimulating TPR and motivating personalization activities engage all aspects of children’s development. The course matures with the children, from the artwork and characters, to the types of reading activities, to the values presented and the way students are expected to react to them, ensuring integrated linguistic and emotional progression.

For Students The Student’s Book contains beautifully illustrated vocabulary presentations and clear grammar explanations. New language is presented in a variety of relevant contexts including dialogs, stories and songs. Craft activities and fun communicative games help children feel confident using English, while personalization is encouraged throughout. It is accompanied by the Homework Book and Audio CD, and the corresponding M Tunes CD-ROM (see p58).

Homework Book & Audio CD

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Teacher’s Edition Including clear step-by-step notes and bonus teaching features (Warm Ups, Wake Ups, Fast Filler activities, Extend It!), the Teacher’s Edition offers additional photocopiable unit tests, and all of the answers to the Student’s Book and Homework Book.

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The Homework Book consolidates the course language and grammar, and provides extra listening skills practice through the audio CD, which features all the songs and stories from the Student’s Book, with additional dictation and spelling activities. [Packaged with the Student’s Book]

This colorful pack contains picture cards (with the corresponding word on the other side) for levels 1-4, while levels 5-6 are supported by picture posters, containing contexts for more extensive oral work, language learning and consolidation. Procedural notes on how to use the cards and posters in class are included, as well as the Teacher Twister.

Class CD The class audio contains all the listening exercises including vocabulary models, dialogs, songs, stories and Values Verse chants.

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500 Activities for the Primary Classroom

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(The Student’s Book Pack contains the Student’s Book, the Student Twister, the Homework Book, the Homework Audio CD and the M Tunes CD-ROM.)

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Fantastic! is a six-level primary course for learners of American English. The series combines a clearly structured syllabus and methodology with a sophisticated look, helping the learner understand the target language in a controlled way.

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• A topic-based Student Book offers cross-curricular lessons and self-evaluation pages, and includes a Student CD.

• A Workbook contains projects, puzzles, phonics and challenge pages. • A fiction and a non-fiction reader offer reading practice and activities at every level. • A Teacher’s Edition includes procedural ISBN chart notes, optional activities, teaching tips and a grammar reference section. • Two Audio CDs per level contain songs, stories and listening activities. • 12 cross-curricular posters per level (60 x 86 cms) provide consolidation of language and speaking practice. • A resource CD offers teaching plans and audioscripts.

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Amanda Cant, Mary Charrington and Viv Lambert

Next Stop is an innovative, six-level primary series in American English that promotes cultural awareness and lets children draw comparisons between their own culture and others’. CENNI

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The unique place-by-place unit structure takes children on an adventure discovering their immediate world and beyond, in order to make language learning significant and special. Extensive personalization, high-interest fact and fiction reading texts, cultural awareness, and values with follow-up discussion points, come together to ensure your students’ language learning is truly motivating and memorable.

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For Students Student’s Book Each unit begins with a unique unit opener, acting as a visual warmer to the country, language, and topics covered in the unit. Unit openers offer flexibility in the program, allowing you to use them depending on your needs. Every unit has eight lessons including activities such as songs, chants, games, a fictional story based on a value, practical craft tasks, a cross-cultural non-fiction reading lesson with a follow-up lesson based on personalization, and an easy-todo Stop and Check lesson which reviews grammar or vocabulary from the unit. Reading and pronunciation are supported through an integrated phonics syllabus in every lesson 3.

Welcome to Canada! Don’t shout, please!



Unit Opener page

The Student’s Book contains the multimedia Student’s CD-ROM.

Student’s CD-ROM The Student’s CD-ROM contains interactive homework activities as well as the world music songs from the Student’s Book. Students can take their CD-ROM home to do their homework or listen to the songs again, while parents are able to see what their children are learning in class. [Packaged with the Student’s Book]

Wow! I want to visit China!

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Workbook Providing extra practice of the course vocabulary and grammar, the Workbook includes a spelling feature, projects and activities based around values, fun games that extend the Stop and Check lesson of the Student’s Book, and a vocabulary word bank in the form of a pullout dictionary.

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Teacher’s Edition The Teacher’s Edition includes a reduced version of every Student’s Book page, a checklist of materials needed for the lesson, the lesson objectives, and suggestions for optional extension activities. Each activity includes step-bystep teacher’s notes.

Next Stop aims to nurture our pupils’ innate curiosity about the world around us and to teach that, through English as a shared language, we might, one day, be able to communicate and understand people from very different cultural backgrounds to our own.

Class Audio CD

Teacher’s Resource Kit CD-ROM

The audio contains all listening exercises, including songs, dictation activities, stories, chants, and phonics work.

This multimedia CD-ROM includes monthly planners so you can see how Next Stop corresponds to the academic year, complete tests inspired by the Cambridge YLE exams (including speaking and listening tests with audio), print-out templates to aid Student’s Book activities, festival lessons, and PDF worksheets taken from the Student’s CD-ROM as homework for children without access to a computer.

Poster Pack Each level of Next Stop is accompanied by a poster pack with ten posters, one for every unit, measuring 85 x 55 cm. The posters are designed to consolidate the unit’s vocabulary and grammar, with an additional Your World feature enabling the posters to bridge the world beyond the classroom and the world within the classroom.

Primary

Amanda Cant, Mary Charrington & Viv Lambert

For Teachers

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Primary

Paul A Davies, Hans Mol and Carol Skinner

Take Shape is a six-level course in American English, taking young learners from beginners through to intermediate level. Children are encouraged to make connections, through English, to other school subjects and to the world outside the classroom. CENNI

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Take Shape has been carefully structured to make children’s learning of English as successful and enjoyable as possible. Each unit introduces key language and recycles language taught previously, so children are able to build and reflect on what they have learned. Take Shape also encourages the activation of children’s prior knowledge, enabling them to develop both collaborative and communicative skills. The course develops the two systems, language (vocabulary, grammar, spelling) and skills (speaking, listening, reading and writing) methodically and comprehensively to enable children to become effective communicators in English.

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For Students Student Book Twelve units of six lessons each cover vocabulary, grammar, speaking, spelling and writing, and include a picture dictionary. Six Shape Up! sections contain four pages each to review, consolidate and extend on the topics and language from the two previous units. Unit openers offer eye-catching artwork and photographs, offering a link from the language to the real world, while the course characters ask questions that activate thinking, exploring and questioning. As the course develops and children have more language, the contexts in lesson 1 cover curriculum topics such as science, history, current affairs, and children’s rights. The key vocabulary from the unit is reinforced in a scene on the Picture Dictionary page or, in later levels, the My Dictionary page. Catchphrase Dialogs (levels 1-4) and Catchphrase Role-plays (levels 5-6) provide fluency practice and emphasize the importance of transportable chunks of language. The Student Book contains the digital real-world e-Reader.

Take Shape Student’s Book 1

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real-world e-Readers The audio-enhanced e-Readers are interactive readers that further exploit the real-world link in the Student Book. Each CD includes 12 interactive non-fiction reading texts with state-of-the-art photography or illustrations, and accompanying e-activity worksheets.

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Highlighted key words within the texts have an interactive dictionary feature: when students click on the word, they are given a visual image or a definition depending on their level, as well as the option of hearing its pronunciation and spelling, e.g. b-e-d. The e-Readers also include a help section, containing tips to assist children in reading and completing the worksheets. [Packaged with the Student Book]

For Teachers

Works closely with the Student Book providing lesson by lesson support for each of the units. Language presented in the Student Book is given a parallel context in the Workbook showing how the language can be used in different situations. The Workbook’s main focus is on form and accuracy, with further practice in the My Grammar reference section at the back of the book, making it ideal for use in the classroom as well as for homework.

Class Audio CD The audio contains the listening component and songs for the Student Books and Workbooks.

Teacher’s Edition Detailed teacher’s notes include integrated answer keys and audioscripts for both the Student Book and the Workbook. There are clear objective boxes, and every lesson offers warmers and coolers to aid classroom management. A games bank and teaching tips are also provided.

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Take Shape Workbook 1

Teacher’s Resource CD This teacher’s CD-ROM contains photocopiable activities which develop the language and themes presented in the Student Book. It is divided into three main sections.

• The administration center provides monthly lesson planners, student progress records and test result logs.

• The parent-teacher communication center contains newsletters and certificates.

• The resource center provides a unit test pack with answer keys, projectable grammar presentations with follow-up activities, projectable audio posters with activity sheets, values development worksheets, and vocabulary bingo. It also contains a complete Spelling Bee Handbook, with individual and classroom activities and wordlists.

The projectable posters are an innovative and flexible way to consolidate new vocabulary and encourage class discussion. They can be projected through a computer onto any screen, or used with an interactive whiteboard. Values Unit 9 Each poster includes embedded audio and text, opening up a range of possibilities for classroom activities. The posters come with teacher’s notes and worksheets. As the course progresses, the posters shift from being predominantly vocabulary-based, toward a more realworld, curriculum-linked focus, with extended texts and audio. Referencing in the Teacher’s Edition Values Worksheet suggests when to use material from the Teacher’s ISBN chart Resource CD, signposting where 1 to find extension activities, and Student Book Pack 1120100101625 also how to best exploit the Workbook 9786074731514 Teacher’s Edition 9786074731538 projectable posters, with extra tips Teacher’s Resource CD 9786074732160 on using them in the classroom.

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Respect: it’s important to show respect to your family.

When your mom or dad asks you to help do the chores at home, try to be polite and do them without complaining. Your parents have lots of things to do to take care of you, so helping them is fair. Try to show respect and get your chores done at the right time.

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An exciting content and media-rich series, Brainwave is a six-level American English course offering a complete blended learning solution for the modern primary classroom. CENNI

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Offering users lots more to think about, this new edition of Brainstorm retains key elements such as reading strategies, a strong grammar program, phonics, and the inter-relation between the Student Book and Language Activity Book; while its new features enhance its challenging approach to developing young learners’ language skills with exciting new digital features and strong ESL strands such as literacy development and the following of lines of enquiry. Unit objectives show the areas covered, to encourage children to take an active role in their learning.

A Thinking Point opens up the lines of enquiry strand that continues throughout each unit. There is a strong emphasis on the development of competencies in every lesson. Questions at the beginning of each unit activate children’s passive knowledge and generate an interest in the forthcoming unit.

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Links to other subject areas are clearly identified, giving children an opportunity to learn about their world in English.

For Students Student Book

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Packed with fun and engaging lessons to bring new ideas to the classroom, the Student Book includes: 10 topic-based units with a fresh design; Unit Objectives at the beginning of each unit to encourage children to take an active role in their learning; Thinking Points and Talking Points to establish lines of enquiry across each unit; CLIL lessons containing clear links to subject areas and transversal themes such as natural science, math and language arts; Reading lessons which include a Skill Builder section to introduce reading strategies; an emphasis on the development of the competencies in every lesson; and Assessments and Reviews to ensure that children’s progress is regularly evaluated. The Student Book includes access to the Student Website.

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Each Student Book page has a corresponding Language Activity Book page which is clearly indicated. Both books work together in every class.

Language Activity Book

My Word Wall

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Look and color the words.

Read and circle.

Color Key Green = I can say, read, and write this word. Red = I need to learn this word.

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My Progress Journal This peer and self-assessment journal draws together the various components of the course, including digital, and provides ongoing self-evaluation material and a record of achievement for children, teachers and parents throughout the year. My Progress Journal also provides plenty of possibility for school-home communication, as well as a focus on study skills. [Packaged with the Student Book]

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Student Website For Students: Brainwave Homework Zone

For Parents: Parent Zone

The students’ site comprises four online homework opportunities per unit, mapped directly to the Student Book and Language Activity Book for each level of Brainwave. Each assignment is automatically graded with a score that is directly entered into the Gradebook.

The Parent Zone is made up of four useful areas dedicated to the parents or caregivers of Brainwave students:

The digital homework plan is made up of three areas: Read A variety of Reading Mazes with post-reading interactive activities develop literacy skills and confidence in reading. Play A fun environment of games and interactive activities allows students to practice both the vocabulary and grammar from the unit in an engaging context. Listen Extensive listening practice with interactive activities are linked to the lines of enquiry in the Student Book.

Gradebook Parents can view children’s homework grades and observe their progress. Home Study Tips Short tips suggest how to help students with their studies. Letters to Parents Welcome letters and unit overview information for parents are provided. Brainwave FAQs All those questions that come up are answered here. All of this comes in one easy-to-access website! [Student Website access is packaged with the Student Book]

Students and parents can also find all course audio here, in order to listen again to the audio heard previously in class.

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Brainwave is a truly blended learning solution for primary, inviting teachers and students to explore language and concepts through a range of print, digital and online materials.

Teacher Edition The Teacher Edition provides a quick summary for each unit, with reference to the unit objectives, competencies and CLIL, as well as detailed procedural notes and support on how to fully exploit all the components of Brainwave. It includes explicit links to the Selections New Edition series (see p107) which offers extra reading practice, besides consolidation of grammar and vocabulary. Homework Zone activities and Teacher Technology Pack resources are all clearly signposted across the units. The Teacher Edition is also packed with ideas for warm ups and games, as well as reading and phonics tips. The Teacher Edition includes access to the Teacher Website.

Andrea Harries

Teacher Website

Our aim was to create unique teachers’ components that provide both support and opportunities for measurable development.

An innovative and exciting digital component inspiring teachers to ensure that they maximize the potential of the Brainwave series. The key features include a Teacher Development Program drawing together the various methodological approaches in Brainwave; an Assessment Program helping teachers to identify learner abilities and areas of opportunity; and an Extended Teacher Edition packed with ideas for differentiated instruction, and activities to develop multiple intelligences, competencies, and critical thinking skills. Furthermore, the Teacher Website also includes the Gradebook, which automatically records students scores from their online homework activities, as well as class audio, a Spelling Bee handbook, tools to make crosswords and word searches, and access to the Brainwave Student Website. [Teacher Website access packaged with the Teacher Edition]

Brainwave Teacher Website

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Teacher Technology Pack

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Includes two Class Audio CDs and one content-rich DVD-ROM, containing a wealth of resources to support classroom teaching. The DVD-ROM is an interactive whiteboard (or laptop-projector) teacher-led resource that includes interactive Student Books and Language Activity Books to be used as digital alternatives to the print components. Additionally, it exploits features such as CLIL by bringing an interactive dimension to the content areas and offers teachers additional multimedia topic extension in the form of child-centered videos, interactive posters, audiovisual slideshows, animations and much more. Discovery Zone in the Teacher Technology Pack 4 1 9780230421196 9780230415386 9780230427709 9780230421202

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(The Student Book Pack contains the Student Book, the Student Website code and My Progress Journal. The Teacher Edition Pack contains the Teacher Edition and the Teacher Website code.)

Cheryl Pavlik and Andrea Harries

Brainstorm is a six-level American English course taking young learners from beginner to a high intermediate level. It combines an ESL approach with strong, controlled grammar support and encourages learners to develop critical thinking skills by engaging with the world around them. CENNI

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Course components • A topic-based Student Book develops reading skills from the

• Class Audio CDs contain all the very beginning and process writing skills from level 3. Content listening activities and songs. Connection lessons provide cross-curricular content, and an • A Picture Resource Pack per level emphasis is placed on phonics. Creative, investigative and provides 10 picture cards (59 x 34 cooperative learning skills are developed through individual and cm) linked to the unit themes and team projects. offering support for the Cambridge • The Student CD contains songs, key listening material, dictation Young Learners exams. activities and tongue twisters for pronunciation practice. The six levels of Selections New • A Language Activity Book provides language practice, support Edition follow the scope and and reference, with a strong personalization element encouraging sequence of Brainstorm, ensuring learners to reflect on their world and their social values. continuity in grammar and • A Teacher’s Edition includes procedural notes; ideas for warm ups; vocabulary. To learn more about optional, extension and fast finisher activities; as well as reviews Selections New Edition, see p107. and unit reviews. • The Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM ISBN chart 1 2 3 4 5 6 provides unit tests, worksheets, vocabulary lists, word cards, a Student Book Pack 9789706505170 9789706505187 9789706505194 9789706505200 9789706505217 9789706505224 Language Activity Book 9789706505231 9789706505248 9789706505255 9789706505262 9789706505279 9789706505286 wordsearch generator, grammar Teacher’s Edition Pack 9789706505415 9789706505422 9789706505439 9789706505446 9789706505453 9789706505460 explanations, background content Class Audio CD 9789706505477 9789706505484 9789706505491 9789706505507 9789706505514 9789706505521 and cultural information, as well as Picture Resource Pack 9789706505538 9789706505545 9789706505552 9789706505569 9789706505576 9789706505583 a customizable progress chart. (The Student Book Pack contains the Student Book and the Student CD. The Teacher’s Edition Pack contains the Teacher’s Edition and the Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM.)

Tie-in Titles Macmillan Children’s Books

p108-109

Macmillan School Dictionary

p115

PET for Schools Testbuilder

p91

Uncovering CLIL

p118

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Primary

Mary Bowen and Liz Hocking

English World is a visually stunning 10-level course taking students through primary and secondary. It combines best practice methodology with innovative features for the modern classroom. CENNI

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Active whole-class learning is supported by posters and interactive activities on the DVD-ROM. Thorough grammar and skills work is applied in natural contexts in the real world, through dialogs and cross-curricular material.

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Look! The sea!

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Listen and read. Look, children! A whale! Wow! It’s huge! I can see dolphins.

Key features

Where? I can’t see.

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They’re between the whale and the island. I can see a big jellyfish. Look!

• Informative, cross-curricular and cross-cultural content

means that students learn about the world through English. The stories, topics and projects promote social values and citizenship. • Learning to Learn (levels 1-2) and Study Skills (levels 3-4) sections in the Workbook develop learning strategies such as matching, scanning, thinking, sorting and dictionary skills, as well as reading strategies such as sequencing. At levels 5-6, more reading material is adapted from real-life sources, and children learn about the structure of different reading genres, such as plays and newspaper articles. • Grammar Practice Books at each level consolidate students’ learning, while projects and portfolios encourage learner independence. • A dictionary with the Pupil’s Book helps children to revise and practice the course vocabulary. Definitions in English encourage the use of monolingual dictionaries.

What’s that behind the dolphins? Is it a shark? whale

I can’t see. Jon’s in front of me. Come here. Stand next to me.

jellyfish

Yesterday there was a big hippo under the balloon. There were lions and zebras, too.

This is a fantastic trip!

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I love the sea!

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Yesterday we were at the aquarium. It was fantastic!

1 Write Ben’s email to Sam.

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No, it isn’t.

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A whale.

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A jellyfish.

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No, it isn’t.

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A fish.

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No, it isn’t.

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No, it isn’t.

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Sammy the sailor, Sammy the sailor, Sailing on the sea. Sammy the sailor, Sammy the sailor, What can Sammy see? What can Sammy see? What can Sammy see? Up, down, turn around, He can see the sea!

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Visit the resource site, www.macmillanyounglearners.com/ englishworld for sample material, downloadable resources, project work, and more!

Tie-in Titles Macmillan Children’s Readers

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Today there are sharks and dolphins.

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The interactive whiteboard-compatible Teacher’s DVD-ROM has a conversation feature which presents children with an authentic model for their own role-play. It includes an interactive phonics feature allowing children to physically put sounds together to construct words, facilitating the progress from simple phonemes to complete words.

Yes, it is.

dolphin

Macmillan Foundation Skills

p59

01 800 614 7650

YLE Practice Tests

p88

500 Activities for the Primary Classroom

p119

Primary

Carol Read and

Donna Shaw

Beautifully illustrated and appealing to both children and teachers, Footprints provides a strong emphasis on cross-curricular content with clearly identified language aims that acknowledge the increasing trend towards content-based learning. CENNI

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For Students Pupil’s Book Pack The Pupil’s Book provides extensive cross-curricular and content-based material. The clear language progression throughout the syllabus follows the CEFR and Cambridge Young Learners exams, while intercultural learning in every unit reflects the increasing importance of this aspect of the CEFR. The strong story element uses a series of clues to lead learners to the following episode in order to solve a puzzle. Levels 1-2 take children on a magical journey with fairy-tale characters, in search of the treasure at the end of the rainbow. Levels 3-4 continue the quest in a mystery-adventure context to match learners’ growing maturity. Levels 5-6 develop children’s learning strategies and language skills as they follow the exploits of the Footprints Club characters.

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The Pupil’s Book Pack includes the Stories and Song CD, a CD-ROM with interactive language games and the Portfolio Booklet.

Me, too!

This is a pineapple. This is a pear. And these are cherries, too Fruit is sweet and delicious Fruit is good for you! 3

Who are you? I’m Mowgli. I live in the village..

Stop! Don’t eat those red berries! They’re poisonous!

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Can you help us? We’re very hungry.

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Oh! Yes, please!

pineapple

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Wow! You’re brilliant! Here’s the coconut. Are you ready to catch it?

Would you like a coconut?

Look, draw and say. 1

raspberry

Linked to the CEFR, the Portfolio Booklets help children to keep a record of their language progress. [Packaged with the Pupil’s Book]

Mmm! They look delicious!

What are those red things?

Let’s go and see!

This is a kiwi. This is a peach. And these are raspberries, too Fruit is sweet and delicious Fruit is good for you!

strawberry

Portfolio Booklet

2

It’s a long way to the village.

I’m very hungry.

This is a melon. This is a plum. And these are strawberries, too Fruit is sweet and delicious Fruit is good for you!

grapes

Listen and act out the story.

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7

Watch out!

Oh! Amazing! It’s the next piece of the map! And the coconut is delicious!

Help!

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Follow the footprints map! Go to the Pirate Camp!

It’s a strawberry.

Lesson 1 Vocabulary presentation

They’re grapes.

Lesson 2 Language input and story

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Footprints Pupil’s Book 2

Photocopiables CD-ROM Pack This resource pack contains an extensive range of materials including classroom practice worksheets, a variety of tests, exam practice pages and advice for parents.

Footprints Resource Site The Footprints resource site for teachers offers information about the course and downloadable samples from the Pupil’s Books, together with audio tracks. You can also find a variety of free resources to accompany the course, including grammar practice worksheets and activities for mixed-ability classes. Learn more at www.macmillanenglish.com/younglearners

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(The Pupil’s Book Pack contains the Pupil’s Book, the Stories and Songs CD, the Pupil’s CD-ROM and the Portfolio Booklet.)

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Primary

Paul Broadbent

Designed for 6-12 year-old international learners, Macmillan Mathematics bridges the gap between mainstream curriculum learning and CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning). The course aims to introduce mathematics in a simple, exciting way to develop not only a thorough understanding, but also an interest, enthusiasm and confidence in math. CENNI

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Macmillan Mathematics has a comprehensive mathematical structure, with careful progression and development to ensure continuity and curriculum coverage. Multi-leveled tasks help children apply what they’ve learned to the real world.

For Students Pupil’s Book The Pupil’s Book provides a clear explanation of the key steps needed to learn specific skills and concepts. It caters for mixed ability classes through Try This boxes, which offer new challenges for fast finishers. Assess and Review sections, in addition to the core teaching units, encourage further practice and consolidation of skills, and give teachers an effective way of evaluating children’s progress.

Pupil’s CD-ROM The course comes with an interactive CD-ROM to support learning in class and at home. It provides further reinforcement and assessment of skills and concepts developed in each unit through interactive exercises.

Macmillan Mathematics Pupil’s Book 5

An interactive CD-ROM with 90 practice activities for each grade provides further consolidation.

For Teachers

Consult our eCatalog at ecatalog.macmillan.mx for more information and samples.

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Macmillan Math

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Teacher’s Book The Teacher’s Book offers clear guidance on planning and practical activities. It includes reduced Pupil’s Book pages in full-color, answers to all the exercises, and supportive lesson notes to ensure that teachers get the most out of the course and out of their students.

Book 5

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Pupil’s Book A & CD-ROM 9780230732872 9780230732889 9780230732896 9780230732902 9780230732919 9780230732926 Pupil’s Book B 9780230028159 9780230028197 9780230028234 9780230028272 9780230028319 9780230028357 Teacher’s Book 9780230028166 9780230028203 9780230028241 9780230028289 9780230028326 9780230028364 (Pupil’s Book A is designed to cover the first term of learning, and Pupil’s Book B is for the second term. An entire year will therefore require both Pupil’s Books.)

Tie-in Titles Macmillan Children’s Books

p108-109

40

macmillan.com.mx

Macmillan School Dictionary

p115

01 800 614 7650

PET for Schools Testbuilder

p91

Animal Explorers

p10

Primary

David Glover and Penny Glover

Macmillan Science is a six-level primary science course designed to meet the needs of international learners by linking mainstream curriculum teaching with CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning). Building on practical experience and investigation, the course follows current best practice in science education and is written by leading authors of primary science materials in the UK. CENNI

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Each level promotes a modern, student-centered approach to science learning with clearly structured lessons and carefully graded activities and exercises, guiding students to develop a sound framework of scientific knowledge, understanding and skills.

For Students Pupil’s Book The Pupil’s Book contains clear illustrations and instructions for carrying out practical investigations, with sections for assessing learning and a helpful glossary at the back of the book. Discussing ideas with partners and then with the whole class is central to the approach used in Macmillan Science. In this way, children practice and improve their spoken English, and are also active learners throughout each science lesson. The main strands of living things (plants, animals and humans), materials, and the physical world, are color-coded for easy reference and repeated at each grade, reinforcing ideas learned earlier and developing them to a higher level.

For Teachers

Consult our eCatalog at ecatalog.macmillan.mx for more information and samples.

Teacher’s Book The Teacher’s Book includes background information, teaching notes with clear instructions on how to plan lessons, and support for extension activities. Each topic is divided into three sections: Lesson Preparation, Lesson Plan and After the Lesson. The first outlines the topic objectives, equipment needed, key words with definitions, teaching ideas and background information, linking theory with practice. The second section provides detailed lesson procedures, including ideas for warm-up and extension activities. After the Lesson covers the Workbook and CD-ROM answers.

ISBN chart

1 2 3 4 5 6 Pupil’s Book & CD-ROM 9780230732933 9780230732940 9780230732957 9780230732964 9780230732971 9780230732988 Workbook 9780230028395 9780230028432 9780230028470 9780230028517 9780230028555 9780230028593 Teacher’s Book 9780230028401 9780230028449 9780230028487 9780230028524 9780230028562 9780230028609 (The Student Book Pack contains the Pupil’s Book and the Pupil’s CD-ROM.)

Pupil’s CD-ROM A CD-ROM to support learning both in class and at home is packaged with the Pupil’s Book. It provides reinforcement and assessment of skills and concepts developed in each unit through interactive activities, including experiments in which outcomes can be observed and conclusions drawn, and a large variety of onscreen practice exercises.

Workbook The Workbook contains a range of different activities that enable children to review and consolidate their learning.

Uncovering CLIL

p118

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Inspired

Interactive Classroom

Gateway Online for Teachers & Students

Workbook Plus & Code Practice Online

p49

p54

p57

macmillan.com.mx

Gateway

01 800 614 7650 Level 3 • Review: simple present • Review: present progressive • Relative pronouns: who/that • Possessive -’s • Review: comparatives and superlatives • Giving advice: should • Verbs followed by gerunds • Simple past: all forms • Past progressive • Giving reasons • Zero conditional • Future simple: will • Adverbs of manner

Level 2 • Review: simple present and present progressive • Possessive -’s • Comparatives • Simple past: be, all forms • Conjunctions: and, but, then • Future: going to • Superlatives • Quantifiers: some/any • Countable and uncountable nouns • would • Tag questions

Level 1 • Simple present: be, all forms • Wh- questions • Personal pronouns • Possessive adjectives: my, your, his, her • Demonstratives: this/that, these/those • Indefinite and definite articles: a/an/the • Possession: have • Requests: can • Ability: can/can’t • Linking words: and, but, or • Imperatives • Simple present: all forms • Prepositions of place and time • Adverbs of frequency • There is…/There are… • Present progressive: all forms

Hot Spot

Level 2 • Review: simple present • like/don’t like/love/hate + gerund/noun • Present progressive • Adverbs of frequency • Comparatives and superlatives • Obligation: have to • Permission: can • much/many/a lot of • Simple past: regular and irregular verbs • Phrasal verbs • There was…/There were… • Future: going to • want to…/Let’s + infinitive

Level 1 • Simple present: be, all forms • Personal pronouns • Possessive adjectives: my, your, his, her • Demonstratives: this/that, these/those • Indefinite article: a/an • Simple present: Whquestions • Possessive -’s • Prepositions of place: in, on, under, next to • Definite article: the • There is…/There are… • Simple present: have, all forms • Telling time • Prepositions of time: at, in, to, past • Quantifiers: some/any • Countable and uncountable nouns • Likes and dislikes • Adverbs of frequency • Imperatives • Ability: can/can’t • Present progressive

Mega

Level 2 • should/shouldn’t • Descriptions • Object pronouns • How much…?/How many…? • Present progressive • Future: present progressive, going to • Inviting and suggesting: Why don’t we…?/How about…? • Future: will • Possessive pronouns • Comparatives and superlatives • too/enough • Simple past: be • Simple past: regular and irregular verbs • Quantifiers: a lot of, plenty of • Requests: could • Imperatives • Past progressive • Reflexive pronouns • would like to…

Level 1 • Simple present: be, all forms; Wh- questions • Personal pronouns • Possessive adjectives: my, your, his, her • Indefinite article: a/an • There is…/There are… • Quantifiers: some/any • Possessive -’s • Demonstratives: this/that • Permission and possibility: can • Simple present: all forms • Adverbs of frequency • Ability: can/can’t • Imperatives: affirmative and negative • Object pronouns • Prepositions of place • Present progressive • Likes and dislikes • one/ones: The blue ones. • Simple present vs present progressive • Countable and uncountable nouns

Level 2 • Review: simple present • Review: present progressive • Relative pronouns: who/that • Review: possessive adjectives and pronouns • Possessive -’s • Simple present and present progressive • Comparatives and superlatives • should/shouldn’t • Prepositions of place • Verbs followed by gerunds: I love…/I like… • Simple past: all forms • Past progressive • Adverbs of time • Giving reasons • Zero conditional • Future: will • Adverbs of manner

Level 1 • Simple present: be, all forms • Personal pronouns • Possessive adjectives: my, your, his, her • Simple present: Whquestions • Demonstratives: this/that, these/those • Indefinite article: a/an • Prepositions of place • Telling the time • Simple present: have • Ability: can/can’t • Linking words: and, but, or • Imperatives • Definite article: the • Simple present: all forms • Prepositions of time • Adverbs of frequency • There is…/There are… • Let’s + verb • Present progressive: all forms

Inspiration Series

Level B1 • Review: simple present and present progressive • Past progressive and simple past • Giving opinions • Quantifiers: some, any, much, many, a lot of, a few, a little • Relative pronouns • Present perfect: ever/never, just/already/yet, for/since • Present perfect and simple past • Adjectives ending in -ing/-ed • Review: comparatives and superlatives • less…than, (not) as…as, too, (not) enough • Making suggestions • Different uses of get • Zero conditional • First conditional • Future: be going to/will • Future possibility: may, might • Modal verbs: obligation, prohibition, advice

Level A2 • Simple present: be, all forms • Personal pronouns • Possessive adjectives: my, your, his, her • Demonstratives: this/that, these/those • Possessive -’s • Simple present: all forms • Prepositions of time • Describing routines • Adverbs of frequency • Indefinite and definite articles: a/an/the • There is…/There are… • Prepositions of place • Present progressive: all forms • Ability: can/can’t • Adverbs of manner • Obligation and prohibition: must/mustn’t/have to/don’t have to • Understanding directions • Countable and uncountable nouns • should/shouldn’t • Simple past: all forms • Comparatives and superlatives • Future predictions: going to, will, won’t • Making plans and suggestions • Present perfect: just/already/yet

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Secondary contents

Living English

p44

Inspired

p48

Choices

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American Inspiration

p49

English Corner

p45

Hot Spot

p50

Rally On

p45

New Inspiration

p51

Insights

p46

Inspiration

p51

American Inspiration for Teens

English World

p52

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Gateway

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Mega

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Laser

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Megatrends

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Level 6 • Review: present perfect • Review: linking words • Past perfect • used to • Review: past passive • Linking words: although • Reported speech: questions and statements: ask, tell, say • Linking words: sequences • Regrets: I should (not) have… • Causative: have/get • Third conditional

Level 5 • Review: present tenses • Review: simple past • Simple past and past progressive • Adverbs of degree: quite, rather, extremely • so/neither • Review: present passive • Defining relative clauses: which/that/who • Modals: must, can’t, could, may, might for deductions and possibility • Review: obligation and prohibition • Reflexive pronouns • Giving advice: should/ought to/had better • Linking words • Sense verbs • Future: will/shall/going to • Second conditional

Level 4 • Future: present progressive • Sequencing events • Object pronouns • Transitive verbs • Giving directions • Quantifiers • Countable and uncountable nouns • Requests: can/could • Present perfect: just/already/yet, ever/never, for/since • Indefinite pronouns: someone, nobody • too/enough • Obligation and prohibition: must/have to • Participial adjectives: -ed/-ing • Relative pronouns: which/that • Expressing preference: want to/would like to/would rather • Passive: present • Verbs followed by infinitive • First conditional • Passive: past

Level 4 • Review: present tenses • Review: past tenses • used to • Present perfect and simple past • already/yet • First conditional • Second conditional • Possibility: may/might • Adverbs of manner • Passive: present • Passive: past • Indefinite pronouns: somebody, anybody, nobody • Past perfect • wish + simple past • so/such • Reported speech: statements and questions • Gerunds and infinitives • Relative pronouns: who, which

Level 3 • Review: present tenses • Possessive pronouns • Review: comparatives and superlatives • Review: simple past • Past progressive • Present perfect: ever/never, just, for/since • Future: will • Requests: can, could • Suggestions: Would you like…?/Let’s…/How about…? • First conditional • Possibility: may • should/shouldn’t/must/ mustn’t • Determiners: too much/too many/(not) enough • Passive: present

Level 4 • Review: present tenses • Review: past tenses • Review: future tenses • so/such • Review: present perfect • Future perfect • Talking about past ability and possibility • Review: past perfect • Review: reported speech • Indirect questions • ought to • Necessity: need to/need • Adjective order • Review: passive • Review: conditionals • Gerunds: subjects and objects • Review: present perfect progressive • Review: Wh- questions • could/couldn’t • Making conclusions • Causative: have • too/enough

Level 3 • Review: present tenses • Agreeing and disagreeing • Review: simple past • Past progressive • Present perfect: ever/never, just/already/yet, for/since • Present perfect vs simple past • Zero and first conditional • If clauses: may/might • Tag questions • Requests • used to • Infinitive of purpose • Verbs followed by gerunds or infinitives • Relative pronouns • Passive: present • Indefinite pronouns: somebody, anybody, nobody • Reported speech • Second conditional • Past perfect • Reported speech: statements and questions • Third conditional • Present perfect progressive • Passive: past

Level 4 • Stative verbs • Gerunds: subjects and objects • Verbs followed by gerunds and infinitives • Present perfect progressive • Present perfect and present perfect progressive • Past perfect and present perfect progressive • Linking words • Comparatives • Adverbs of degree • so/such • Result clauses • Order of adjectives • Review: future tenses • Linking words: cause and result • Future progressive • Future perfect • First conditional • Time clauses: when, as soon as, until • Second conditional: wish/ if only

Level 3 • Review: present tenses • Review: adverbs of frequency • Review: past tenses • Simple past and past progressive • Adverbs of degree • Review: verbs + gerund • so/neither • Review: verbs + infinitive • Passive: present • Relative pronouns • Expressing perception • Stating deductions and possibility: must/can’t/ could/may/might • Obligation and prohibition: must/can’t/have to • Reflexive pronouns • Giving advice: should/ought to/had better • Linking words • Sense verbs + can/could • Review: future • Second conditional

Level B2+ • Review: modal verbs for obligation, permission, prohibition, criticism, advice • Modal verbs: might • Verb + -ing form and infinitive • Verb + object + -ing form and infinitive • Inverted conditionals and other conditional structures • Advanced future forms • Cleft sentences • Vague language • Passives with verbs with two objects • Causatives • Determiners and quantifiers • Making and modifying comparisons • Prepositions in relative clauses • whatever, wherever, whoever, etc. • Ellipsis

Level B2 • Review: present tenses, past tenses and present perfect; gerunds and infinitives • Past perfect • Past and present habits • Future forms: future activities in the past; future progressive • so/such/too/enough • unless, as long as, provided/providing (that), in case • Third conditional • Mixed conditional • I wish/If only • Passive infinitives and gerunds • Nominal clauses with that, what, all • Inversion • Participle clauses • Indirect questions • Question tags • Pronunciation: intonation

Level B1+ • Review: simple present and present progressive • Dynamic and stative verbs • Simple past, past progressive and past perfect • used to • Present perfect progressive • Future: simple present and present progressive • Future progressive and future perfect • Obligation and prohibition: have to, don’t have to, must, mustn’t, can’t • Advice and permission: should, shouldn’t, can, ought to, had (’d) better • Passive: have something done • Defining and non-defining relative clauses • Reported speech: commands • Sequencing • Modals verbs: speculation and deduction, present and past • Third conditional • Indefinite pronouns: some-, any-, no-, every• so/such • Second conditional: wish/if only

• Second conditional • Verbs followed by gerunds or infinitives • Phrasal verbs • Reported speech: statements and questions • Passive: simple present and other tenses

Secondary

Margarita Prieto and Angélica Girón

Living English is a three-level American English course that aims to help secondary students become independent and observant users of the language. Learners are provided with real-life contexts, as well as realistic tasks and projects in which they can experiment with authentic language. Topics engage students in visually attractive, real-life themes while broadening their horizons and fields of interest regarding their general knowledge of the world and of Latin America. CENNI

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students to written and spoken texts on a wide variety of real-life themes; Work it Out! provides opportunities to reflect on the information they are learning; and Hands On allows students to apply language through situations directly related to their own lives and reality. • A dictionary skills section offers ideas on how to use dictionaries effectively. • The picture dictionary starting each unit illustrates the theme and highlights important words for that unit.

Answer Key CD The Answer Key CD contains a complete answer key to all activities and Living Words sections, and audioscripts for all three levels. It also provides sets of exams and yearly planners in both customizable and PDF format.

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• A performance assessment page at the end of each unit helps

students check their progress, with a corresponding self-test at the back of the book. • Living Words offers additional activities for reviewing the most important vocabulary in each unit. • A two-page project related to the unit theme lets students use language in real contexts. • The language reference at the back of the book summarizes the language for each unit.

ISBN chart

1 2 3 Student’s Book 9786074732955 9786074732979 9786074732849 Teacher’s Answer Key CD (all levels) – 9786074733426 (The Student’s Book includes the Student’s Audio CD.)

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Choices is a three-level course for secondary schools in Latin America. It adopts the principles of experiential learning in which students explore new ways of discovering and experiencing English as it happens in the real world.

English Corner is written specially for secondary students in Latin America. It places an emphasis on American English for practical, everyday use, a nd offers an accessible format and dynamic activities.

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• Portfolios permit students to create

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a personalized selection of their favorite work. • Project work offers real-life tasks which transcend the classroom and allow students to work together toward a common goal. • Choice Words list useful vocabulary with tips on how to learn and record new items. • The Student CD-ROM includes the course audio plus interactive language games, songs and printable resources.

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Angela Llanas, Libby Williams and Mickey Rogers

Dianna Dillon

students to authentic situations where they reflect on language and use it in similar contexts. • Detailed Picture Dictionaries illustrate course vocabulary. • A challenging, interactive Look it up! section guides students in the use of reference materials. • Projects provide real-life cooperative assignments which give students a genuine sense of achievement. • There is a language reference section at the back of the book. • English Corner includes the Student’s Audio CD.

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(The Student’s Book includes the Student’s Audio CD.)

1 2 3 Student’s Book 9786076504289 9786076504296 9786076504302 Teacher’s Guide (Spanish) 9786076507280 9786076507297 9786076507303

1 2 3 Student’s Book 9786076504258 9786076504265 9786076504272 Teacher’s Guide 9786076508270 9786076508287 9786076508300

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Rally On is a three-level course in American English for secondary schools in Latin America. Reflection on language, peer assessment, self-evaluation and group project work help students improve their learning.

Key features • Focus questions in each lesson engage students’ interest in the topic.

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understand new language. • Students can record and learn vocabulary with the interactive dictionary.

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• My Project pages raise students’ awareness of

their role in the community and the importance of teamwork and cooperation. • Grammar references present information on key structures. • The Student’s CD-ROM includes karaoke songs, the Student’s Book listening texts and fun language games.

ISBN chart

1 2 3 Student’s Book 9786076504319 9786076504326 9786076504333 Teacher’s Guide (Spanish) 9786076507327 9786076507334 9786076507143 (The Student’s Book includes the Student’s CD-ROM.)

Tie-in Titles Portfolio Readers

p110

Macmillan Readers Starter & Beginners

pp111-112

Diccionario Macmillan Castillo

p114

700 Classroom Activities

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American Inspiration For Teens is a six-level course covering all the content of the award-winning Inspiration series. Although it is based on life in the US, the series is completely global in its outlook with an abundance of cultural content across all levels. It is particularly suitable for mixed ability classes.

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1 2 3 4 5 6 Student’s Book Pack 9788574186696 9788574186702 9788574186719 9788574186726 9788574186733 9788574186740 Teacher’s Book Pack 9788574186634 9788574186641 9788574186658 9788574186665 9788574186672 9788574186689 Class Audio CD 9788574186757 9788574186764 9788574186771 9788574186788 9788574186795 9788574186801 Digital IWB (all levels) – – – – – 9786674183812 (The Student’s Book Pack contains the Student’s Book and the Student’s CD-ROM. The Teacher’s Book Pack contains the Teacher’s Book and the Teacher’s CD-ROM.)

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Secondary

Chris Barker and Libby Mitchell

Mega’s topic-based units are designed to appeal to young teenage students, with photographic content and cultural input. The main characters introduce new language through dialogs, which are revisited in the Fun and Games sections, for extensive listening and pronunciation practice. Cross-curricular classroom activities offer diverse contexts for language learning and generate discussion, while projects guide students to independent research on the internet. CENNI

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Mega components • A Workbook provides additional practice, vocabulary and

skills development, and there is an accompanying Workbook CD with grammar and pronunciation models, and listening comprehension activities. • An interactive CD-ROM uses specially commissioned video and animation in a range of arcade-style games, comic strips, and competitive activities for multiple players. • The Teacher’s Edition provides step-by-step teaching notes and extra activities. • A class CD contains presentation dialogs, vocabulary practice and listening comprehension activities. • The test CD (for all levels) includes a variety of evaluation materials in Word format, including a placement test and end-of-term tests.

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ISBN chart Student’s Book Workbook Teacher’s Edition Class CD Workbook CD CD-ROM Test CD (all levels)

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4 9781405023283 9781405023290 9781405023306 9781405023320 9781405057455 9781405023337 9781405066402

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Megatrends is a six-level course for secondary learners, particularly suited to mixed ability classes in Latin America. The main characters featured in the stories are based on the real teenagers from the Mega series. The Student’s Book contains appealing photos to present new language, and offers plenty of practice in the four skills. Culture Spot and Skills Development spreads extend students’ knowledge, while Just for Fun pages and regular reviews check progress. It includes an integrated workbook and audio CD.

ISBN chart

1 2 3 4 5 6 Student’s Book & CD 9780230034891 9780230034907 9780230034914 9780230034921 9780230034938 9780230034945 Teacher’s Edition 9781405023436 9781405023474 9781405023511 9781405023559 9781405027571 9781405027618 Test CD (all levels) – – – – – 9781405074858

Tie-in Titles Macmillan Readers Preintermediate

pp111-112

Macmillan Essential Dictionary

p115

Laser B1

p56

Sound Foundations

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Secondary

Judy Garton-Sprenger and Philip Prowse

Inspired is a four-level course for teenagers from beginner to intermediate level. It is rich in cross-curricular and cultural content, striking the balance between teaching grammar and practicing the target language in a communicative context. CENNI

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Pre-A1

A1

A2

B1+

B2

C1

C2

Key features of the new edition • A task-based approach prompts students to draw on their personal reactions to topics and texts, while Your Response focuses on critical thinking skills and personalization. • Differentiation caters for mixed-ability classes with Extension activities in every lesson, and there is an emphasis on learner independence, study skills, and self-assessment. • CLIL pages in the Workbook and extra CLIL webquests on the resource site provide more opportunities for students to learn English through other subjects. • Inspired Practice Online contains new, bespoke activities. • Inspired Interactive Classroom software is available with cross-curricular and cross-cultural video material and accompanying worksheets.

Consult our eCatalog at ecatalog.macmillan.mx for more information and samples.

For Students Student’s Book Units start with a Preview page with lead-in activities, so students can engage with the topic and understand the communicative aims and skills objectives. These are linked to the self assessment sections in the Reviews, which are based on the CEFR competencies and ‘Can do’ statements. Language is presented in context and practiced over the first three lessons of every unit, with opportunities for personalization and critical thinking encouraged through the Your Response feature. The fourth lesson comprises an Integrated Skills lesson, where language skills are developed and practiced, and a Learner Independence section, focusing on learning strategies and student autonomy. Inspired Extra! sessions offer Consolidation and Extension exercises for mixed-ability classes, such as creative project work, games, puzzles and tongue twisters. Culture sections, taking the place of the Reviews in every other unit, build cross-cultural awareness and encourage discussion. At the back of the Student’s Book, there is a Language File section for reference.

Inspired

Student’ s Book 2

Inspired Practice Online The online practice course is divided into eight units, providing homework and extra practice of the language covered. There are over 150 resources in each level comprising grammar, vocabulary and reading comprehension exercises, listening and pronunciation practice, games and video clips. The four self-assessment units in each level review and reinforce language and skills learned in the preceding units. New bespoke exercises have been created for this edition, and teachers now have access to students’ grades when they join classess.

Workbook

Inspired Workbook 2

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The workbook provides a wealth of additional exercises to reinforce and consolidate the vocabulary, grammar, and reading and writing skills covered. Extension activities suit fast finishers, while additional activities such as brainteasers and crosswords provide motivation. CLIL pages build on the content themes in the Student’s Book, and a unit-byunit story includes suggestions for further reading and follow-up work on the internet.

Teacher’s Book

Inspired is... inclusive, with its wide variety of appealing topics and its new Extension activities; imaginative, with its lively texts and motivating tasks; and informative, because it adds to students’ knowledge of the world they live in.

The Teacher’s Book includes clear notes and support for every lesson, warmers, optional and follow-up activities, additional cultural information and a teacher’s resource section with photocopiable games and activities. Answers to all the Student’s Book exercises are integrated within the notes, and there is a complete Workbook answer key. In the introduction, the authors explain the course methodology and the unit tour gives a structured visual overview of how the course works. Detailed CEFR tables link the communicative competencies to the corresponding lessons in the Student’s Book. [Includes the Test CD]

Test CD

Interactive Classroom

Packaged with the Teacher’s Book, the Test CD includes editable, differentiated tests to cater to mixed ability classes. Tests cover grammar, vocabulary and integrated skills, and there is also a diagnostic test, three end-of-term tests, and an end-of-course test, all in Word format.

This IWB software provides a digital version of the Student’s Book with integrated audio from the Class CD, dynamic tools for presenting and interacting with the material, extra activities and answer keys. It also includes videos with cross-curricular, cross-cultural and oral exam practice material and accompanying worksheets for use on screen or as downloadable PDFs.

Class Audio CDs

Secondary

Judy Garton-Sprenger & Philip Prowse

For Teachers

All the Student’s Book dialogs, texts, and pronunciation exercises are included.

Teacher’s Resource Site Visit www.macmillanenglish.com/inspired for CEFR and PET mapping, suggestions on using Portfolios, CLIL webquests, skills worksheets and culture lessons, among others.

Inspired Interactive Classroom

ISBN chart Inspired Resource Site

Student’s Book Workbook Teacher’s Book Pack Class Audio CD Interactive Classroom IWB Inspired Practice Online

1 9780230415072 9780230415089 9780230415102 9780230424913 9780230428720 1120110304832

2 9780230 415126 9780230415133 9780230415157 9780230424920 9780230428737 1120110304849

3 9780230415171 9780230415188 9780230415218 9780230424937 9780230428744 1120120306895

4 9780230415232 9780230415249 9780230415263 9780230424944 9780230428751 1120120306901

(The Teacher’s Book Pack contains the Teacher’s Book and the Test CD.)

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2-4

5-7

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Pre-A1

A1

A2

B1+

ISBN chart Student’s Book Pack Workbook Teacher’s Pack Class Audio CD Grammar Posters Test CD (all levels) Practice Online

1 9789706509635 9789706509666 9789708090605 9789706509758 9789706509789 – 1120090300794

B2

2 9789706509642 9789706509673 9789708090612 9789706509765 9789706509796 – 1120090300817

C1

C2

3 9789706509659 9789706509680 9789708090629 9789706509772 9789706509802 – 1120090300824

4 9789708091046 9789708091053 9789708091107 9789708091084 9789708091091 9789708091305 1120090300831

American Inspiration is a four-level course taking teenagers from beginner to intermediate level. It strikes the balance between teaching grammar and practicing the target language in a communicative context.

(The Student’s Book Pack contains the Student’s Book and the Student’s CD. The Teacher’s Pack contains the Teacher’s Edition and the Teacher’s CD-ROM.)

Tie-in Titles Macmillan Children’s Books

p108-109

Reading Keys New Edition

p65

Macmillan Essential Dictionary

Laser B1

p56

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Hot Spot is a course designed for the ‘betweenagers’ age group. It makes the most of the developing identity of the young teenager through engaging texts and stories, lively illustrations and photography. Providing a focus on English-speaking countries, Hot Spot offers a wealth of culturally-rich content. CENNI

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2-4

5-7

CEFR

Pre-A1

A1

A2

8-10 11-13 14-16 17-19 B1

B2

C1

C2

For Students Student’s Book Pack

Hot Spot Student’s Book 5

Each level contains seven theme-based modules comprising three double-page presentation lessons, a cross-cultural integrated skills lesson, a ‘Can do’ review section, and a fun Extra Special lesson with a mini-project. Pronunciation activities in every module focus on common problems using rhythm drills, intonation, stress patterns and vowel sounds. Check Your English activities encourage students to take responsibility for their learning in accordance with the CEFR.

4

Lesson objective Describing an experience

14 An amazing experience

Adjectives

1 Presentation a

Position of adjectives Match the rules with the examples.

0.00 Listen and read about the Great Barrier Reef. How many names of fish and animals that live in the sea can you find?

1 Adjectives normally go in front of a noun. 2 Adjectives go after the verb to be. is amazing. is amazing. a Scuba diving in Queensland b Here you can explore the breathtakingly beautiful b Great Barrier Reef. Here you can explore the breathtakingly beautiful Great Barrier Reef. Order of adjectives 1 Look atofthe examples1and choose the correct option. Order adjectives When we use more than one adjective together, Look at the examples and choose the correct option. we normally put ‘opinion’ adjectives (picturesque, When we use more than one adjective together, magnificent) before/after ‘fact’ adjectives (brightly we normally put ‘opinion’ adjectives (picturesque, coloured, gigantic). magnificent) before/after ‘fact’ adjectives (brightly picturesque tropical islands coloured, gigantic). magnificent gigantic hump back whales picturesque tropical islands magnificent gigantic hump back whales Order of adjectives 2 When we use more than Order of adjectives 2 one ‘fact’ adjective before a noun, they normally go in this order. When we use more than one ‘fact’ adjective before a size + age + shape + colour + origin + material + noun, they normally go in this order. purpose + noun size + age + shape + colour + origin + material + a large, 26-year-old grey elephant purpose + noun a little rope ladder a large, 26-year-old grey elephant the metal safety bar a little rope ladder the metal safety bar

b Write a list of the names of sealife in the text. Then turn to page 000 and match the names to the pictures.

A scuba diving experience off the Australian

Great

Barrier

Reef

The downside Many people think coral is a plant or a rock, but they are wrong. It is composed of billions of animals called coral polyps. Each coral polyp is about as large as the top of a pin and they form a delicate, thin layer on top of the coral. The

2 Comprehension 1 Where is the Great Barrier Reef? 2 How big is it? 3 What is the water like off the Great Barrier Reef? 4 What is coral made from? 5 How big are coral polyps? 6 Why are coral reefs threatened? b Take a vote. Do you think scuba diving should be allowed close to a coral reef? Vote and write the results.

Yes 7 students

AUSTRALIA

a Underline the adjective then put the words in order to make sentences.

1 I’m very tired today.

No 15 students

0.00 Look at the photo and listen to Janiki talking about riding an elephant in Thailand. Did she enjoy the experience? 0.00

Listen again and find out these things.

1 Why Janiki recommends the Elephant Conversation Centre. 2 What a mahout does. 3 The age of Janiki’s elephant. 4 What you climb to get on top of the elephant. 5 What the bench on top of the elephant is made of. 6 What you hold on to when the elephant starts to move. 7 Why riding an elephant is like riding a roller coaster. 8 What you can do at the end of the ride. Now tell a classmate what you found out. The people are kind to their elephants and look after them well.

Study tip

1 tired/very/today/I’m 2 red/wearing/I’m/shoes 3 film/saw/great/a/last night/I 4 yesterday/sad/you/why/were/?

Adjectives scary film spectacular landscape sun-soaked beach

b Underline the ‘fact’ adjective and circle the ‘opinion’ adjective, then make a phrase.

1 a beautiful blue dress 1 a/dress/blue/beautiful 2 flowers/horrible/plastic 3 scary/a/film/Spanish 4 maths/difficult/homework 5 football game/exciting/an/international 6 friendly/neighbours/new

Work with a classmate. Find these adjectives in the text. What are they describing? Try and guess the meaning of the adjectives you don’t know.

1 sun-soaked golden – the beaches in Queensland 1 sun-soaked golden 2 amazing unforgettable 3 breathtakingly beautiful 4 picturesque tropical 5 crystal clear warm 6 spectacular coral 7 brightly coloured 8 magnificent gigantic 9 massive open 10 delicate thin

a

b

c

4 Grammar practice

Coral Sea

3 Vocabulary

a Read the text again and find the answers to these questions. Then discuss them with your classmates.

An accompanying CD-ROM features extra grammar, skills and vocabulary practice to consolidate new language, along with interactive games to keep learning fun!

Queensland

ef Re

The transparent grammar syllabus encourages a discovery approach before practicing and personalizing the grammar. Grammar references and further practice can be found in the illustrated grammar summary at the back of the book.

coral itself is made from dead coral polyp skeletons, which have gradually built up layer by layer over thousands of years. Coral reefs are already threatened by global warming and pollution, but also by scuba divers who kill the coral polyps by stepping on them or even breaking off pieces of coral to take home as a souvenirs. r rie Bar

Scuba diving off the sun-soaked, golden beaches in Queensland, Australia is amazing. Here you can explore the world’s largest coral system, the breathtakingly beautiful Great Barrier Reef. The Great Barrier Reef is, in fact, made up of thousands of individual coral reefs and picturesque, tropical islands stretching for over 2,100 kilometres. The Reef is bigger than the Great Wall of China and is so large that it can be seen from outer space. As you

dive deep into the crystal clear, warm waters of the Coral Sea you will discover a spectacular, coral landscape that is home to an amazing 1,500 species of fish including sea horses and brightly coloured clown fish. Here you can have close encounters with magnificent, gigantic hump back whales and swim past dolphins, sea lions and turtles. And for added excitement, take a dive at night and see manta rays scooping up clouds of plankton into their massive, open mouths.

5 Listening and speaking

Grammar spot

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Colin Granger and Katherine Stannett

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6 Check your English Work with a small group of classmates. Write as many adjective + noun phrases as you can in three minutes using the adjectives below. crystal clear water warm weather

Put the adjectives in the right order.

1 a tiny, round, plastic ball 1 a _____ ball (round/tiny/plastic) 2 a _____ car (American/huge/police) 3 a _____ (young/tall/Russian) boy 4 a _____ bag (square/large/shopping)

crystal clear warm amazing spectacular brightly coloured magnificent delicate picturesque tropical thin brilliant large little rope narrow wooden metal scary gigantic fascinating gigantic massive open sun-soaked golden breathtakingly beautiful

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Activity Book The Activity Book contains learning diaries for students to review their personal progress, and a complete original story.

Hot Spot Practice Online This online course (for level 5 only) contains 6 units, each matching a student’s book module. There is a review and an exam practice syllabus item at the end of every other unit and a PET exam at the end of the course. There are six resource categories: grammar, vocabulary, listening, reading, pronunciation and exam practice.

t’s CD-ROM 1

Hot Spot Studen

For Teachers Teacher’s Book Pack The interleaved Teacher’s Book, printed in full color and spiral bound for ease-of-use and durability, includes the Test CD with editable tests.

Interactive Classroom Hot Spot Interactive Classroom has been developed to be used alongside the coursebook. Integrated audio and simple tools allow interaction with the material, making it perfect for whole class teaching.

Teacher’s Resource Site Visit www.macmillanenglish.com/hotspot, where you can find information about the course and authors, teaching tips for students with dyslexia and mixed ability classes, downloadable sample units and audio, a CD-ROM demo, and free resources from posters to webquests.

ISBN chart Student’s Book Pack Activity Book Teacher’s Book Pack Class CDs Interactive Classroom Hot Spot Practice Online

1 9780230723740 9780230533714 9780230717886 9780230533738 9780230419391 (level 5 only)

2 9780230723757 9780230533752 9780230717909 9780230533776 9780230419414 -

3 9780230723764 9780230533790 9780230717923 9780230533813 9780230419438 -

4 9780230723771 9780230533837 9780230717947 9780230533851 9780230419445 -

Hot Spot Resource Site 5 9780230408777 9780230408784 9780230408807 9780230408814 9780230419452 1120100304125

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Class CDs All of the course audio is recorded on the Class CDs.

New Inspiration takes all the best elements of the original course and adds exciting, new characteristics perfect for motivating and challenging teenage students. Popular aspects such as the authentic, varied and content-rich topics have been improved and enhanced. The cultural and cross-curricular nature of these topics features strongly throughout New Inspiration, alongside the rich skills development activities and tasks. CENNI

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Pre-A1

A1

A2

B1+

B2

C1

C2

Key features

Interactive Classroom

• Unit opener pages introduce each topic and highlight learning

New Inspiration Interactive Classroom is platform-independent and compatible with any interactive whiteboard, Windows PC or Mac computer. The entire Student’s Book is presented in digital format, perfect for visual presentation of key language or whole class teaching. It contains extra interactive activities not found in the book, while video footage featuring cultural themes adds a great multimedia aspect to plenary sessions.

objectives, to aid learner autonomy. • More differentiation caters specifically to mixed-ability classes. • Language Links features look at the influence of other languages and cultures around the world on English. • A complete Teacher’s Book Pack includes a photocopiable resource pack and test CD-ROM. • New Inspiration Practice Online provides interactive practice activities, videos and fun language games.

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out and about

1

4 speAking

What’s happening tomorrow?

8 prOnunciAtiOn

Ask and answer questions about what’s happening tomorrow.

Talking about future arrangements Describing a sequence of events Present continuous: future Sequencing adverbs

A

1 Opener Look at the timetable for Saturday and match the photos A–D with four of the events.

5 Listening Steve is talking about arrangements for Sunday. Listen and number A–E in the right order.

0.00

What’s happening on Saturday?

A Have lunch in Camden Market. B Visit London Zoo. C Take a canal boat trip.

8.30am Leave the hotel and walk to the South Bank. 10am

Go for a ride on the London Eye.

11am

Take a boat trip down the Thames.

Now complete the timetable.

What’s happening on Sunday? 10am Midday 12.30pm 2pm 4–4.45pm

1.15pm Have lunch in Pizza Paradise restaurant. B

2.30pm Take the underground to South Kensington. 3pm

Visit the Science Museum with Steve: Jay, Emma, Ramón.

D Go shopping in Camden Market. E Walk along Regent’s Canal.

Visit London Zoo

Listen and repeat.

0.00

/N/ -ing

/n/ in

rang sung thing wing going

ran sun thin win go in

Now listen and write the words you hear.

Secondary (British English)

Judy Garton-Sprenger and Philip Prowse

9 Writing What’s happening in your town/ region/country this weekend? Think about concerts, sports events and famous people, and make notes under these headings.

Who/What?

Where?

When?

Now write sentences.

Arsenal are playing Manchester United at the Emirates Stadium at three o’clock on Saturday.

6 speAking Ask and answer questions about Sunday.

Visit the Natural History Museum with Carrie: Kristin, Alexey, Leyla.

Extension

A When are they visiting London Zoo? B At ten o’clock on Sunday morning. A How long are they staying there? B For two hours.

5.30pm Return to the hotel. 6.45pm Leave for the theatre: The Lion King.

Now tell each other what the group are doing on Sunday, using first, next, then, after that, finally. Extension

C

LAnguAge WOrkOut 2 Listening

Complete.

Listen to Steve and look at the timetable. Note down three changes to the arrangements for Saturday.

0.00

3 After Listening Answer the questions.

1 What time are the group leaving the hotel on Saturday morning? 2 When are they going for a ride on the London Eye? 3 Where are they having lunch? 4 Who is taking them to the Science Museum? 5 Which museum is Leyla going to? 6 Is Alexey going to the Science Museum? 7 How long are they spending at the museums? 8 When are they leaving for the theatre?

D

Your response Which do you think is the

7 Writing

New Inspiration Interactive Classroom

Complete Emma’s postcard to her parents.

Saturday This is a perfect holiday! King’ We’re going to ‘The Lion this evening! And there’s lots happening tomorrow. . Next we’re First we’re and after . Then ! Finally . that See you next week.

ISBN chart

Mr and Mrs Newman 8 Forth Street Edinburgh EH1 3LD

Love, Emma xx

answers and Practice Language File page 000

best event of the day?

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Student’s Book Workbook Teacher’s Book Pack Interactive Classroom Practice Online

1 9780230408470 9780230412545 9780230412385 9780230412415 1120110304184

2 9780230408487 9780230412552 9780230412422 9780230412453 1120110304191

3 9780230408494 9780230412569 9780230412460 9780230412491 1120120307304

4 9780230408500 9780230412576 9780230412507 9780230412538 1120120307311

(The Teacher’s Book Pack contains the Teacher’s Book, the Test CD and the Audio CD.)

inspiration

Visit www.macmillanenglish.com/inspiration for CEFR and PET mapping, suggestions on how to use the Portfolios, role-play lessons, downloadable resources, and more.

Judy Garton-Sprenger and Philip Prowse CENNI

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Pre-A1

A1

A2

B1+

B2

C1

C2

ISBN chart Inspiration grows with its students to reflect their changing needs and interests. Combining a strong skills syllabus with engaging topics and imaginative activities, each level offers the perfect balance of grammar points and communicative tasks. Level 2 was highly commended for the Duke of Edinburgh ESU English Language Book Award in 2005.

Student’s Book Workbook Teacher’s Book Audio CD Inspiration Builder Test CD Practice Online

1 9781405029353 9781405029360 9781405029377 9781405029391 9781405029551 (levels 1-2) 1120090300800

2 9781405029407 9781405029414 9781405029421 9781405029445 9781405066532 9781405093880 1120090300848

3 9781405029452 9781405029469 9781405029476 9781405029490 9781405066549 (levels 3-4) 1120090300855

4 9781405029506 9781405029513 9781405029520 9781405029544 9781405066556 9781405093897 1120090300862

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Secondary (British English)

Mary Bowen, Liz Hocking and Wendy Wren

English World is a visually stunning 10-level course taking students through primary and secondary. It combines best practice methodology with innovative features for the modern classroom. Active whole-class learning is supported by the Teacher’s Digibook, while extensive grammar and skills work is applied in natural contexts through dialogs and crosscurricular material. CENNI

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2-4

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CEFR

Pre-A1

A1

A2+

B1+

B2

C1

C2

The four secondary levels (7-10) begin at A2+ and build on the systematic language development and consistent approach to skills covered by levels 1-6 of English World (see p38), while also developing important real world skills. Comprehension activities place an emphasis on students’ personal responses and include critical thinking questions.

Key features • This 10-level course combines a first language approach to learning English with the needs of young, non-native speakers.

• Informative, cross-curricular and cross-cultural content means students learn about the world through English.

• Check-In pages prepare students for the unit theme while discussion tasks get students thinking about the topic and promote learner autonomy. • The topics, stories and projects promote social values and citizenship. • The Student’s CD-ROM gives students access to class audio, games and pronunciation activities. • Exam Practice Books at each level consolidate students’ learning, while projects and portfolios encourage learner independence. • An innovative Teacher’s Digibook adds a digital dimension to classroom teaching and helps teachers prepare customized material. • A dictionary (at level 7 only) allows students to revise course vocabulary. Definitions in English encourage the use of monolingual dictionaries.

Teacher’s Digibook

English World Student’s Book 7

Workbook CD-ROM • The CD-ROM is packaged inside the Workbook. • It contains the complete Student’s Book audio for use at home.

• There is an interactive pronunciation chart and 12

pronunciation worksheets focusing on sounds, word stress, rhythm and intonation • Interactive games allow students to practice vocabulary, grammar and dictionary work.

• The digital Student’s Book includes zoomable activities, the complete Student’s Book audio and full answer keys.

• Teacher training videos show a teacher using English World in a real classroom.

• Methodology videos provide full teacher support. • Interviews with the course authors are included.

English World Workbook CD-ROM 7

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7 9780230032521 9780230440920 9780230032569 9780230032446 9780230032309 9780230032101 9780230032200

8 9780230032538 9780230441309 9780230032576 9780230032453 9780230032316 9780230032118 –

9 9780230032545 9780230441323 9780230032583 9780230032460 9780230032323 9780230032125 –

10 9780230032552 9780230441347 9780230032590 9780230032477 9780230032330 9780230037038 –

Gateway is an academically-rich, five-level course designed to lead teenage students to success in school exit and university entrance exams, and equip them with lifelong learning and study skills. Taking an inductive approach to grammar, Gateway reviews and extends students’ active knowledge of grammar and vocabulary through a wealth of varied, skills-based activities that recycle, review, evaluate and develop language skills. CENNI

1

2-4

5-7

CEFR

Pre-A1

A1

A2

8-10 11-13 14-16 17-19 B1

B2+

C1

C2

Key features • Gateway to Exams sections every two units focus on real exam practice and look at

the very specific exam skills necessary to succeed. Assessment activities also direct students to further revision or extension in the Workbook. • Study Skills and Exam Success boxes offer students tips, with links to extended sections at the back of the Student’s Book, to equip them with learning strategies and exam preparation advice. • The course offers a wide selection of authentic texts that are lengthy and thoughtprovoking, to accommodate students’ increasing maturity. • CLICK (Cross-Curricular, Literature, International Cultural Knowledge) lessons use authentic texts and interesting topics to look at language from a new perspective. • Developing Writing and Developing Speaking sections include model texts and activities to help guide students in using these skills more accurately and effectively. • A full, corpus-based dictionary in the Workbook combines the wordlist from the Student’s Book and the extension words from the Workbook. • The Teacher’s Book includes teacher development sections giving advice on topics related to planning, setting up activities, and student training, as well as specific language and pronunciation support. It is packaged with a Test CD and photocopiable communication activities written by Sue Kay and Vaughan Jones, among others. • Gateway Online for students is available at www.gateway-online.net and is accessible using an access code found in the Student’s Book. • Gateway Online for teachers is a free resource site available at www.macmillanenglish.com/gateway.

Consult our eCatalog at ecatalog.macmillan.mx for more information and samples.

Secondary (British English)

David Spencer

Click on the games! No, we have to do the video newsroom for homework first.

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Secondary (British English)

For Students

A unit overview next to the unit title summarizes the main learning points.

Student’s Book The Student’s Book provides 90-120 hours of teaching material over ten units. Each unit has ten pages, followed by two pages of language reference and revision. After every two units, there is a two-page Gateway to Exams section, revising and practicing the exam techniques presented in the preceding two units. At the back of the Student’s Book are the Study Skills and Exam Success pages, a list of irregular verbs, and unitby-unit word lists, as well as a Spelling and Pronunciation guide. The Speaking and Writing banks are useful handy references to guide students doing tasks in these particular skills.

A wide variety of text types from different media sources develop reading skills while attention is paid to strategies and tasks that help students’ understanding.

Related vocabulary is typically presented through a matching or gapfill activity to activate prior knowledge.

Study Skills boxes encourage students to reflect on the best way to learn effective exam strategies.

Gateway Student’s Book B1 What about you? sections allow students to express opinions and personal reactions to the text.

Workbook The Workbook provides extra grammar and vocabulary exercises and opportunities to practice reading, speaking and writing. It also offers challenging Grammar Extension and Vocabulary Extension material, of particular value in mixed-ability classes. Every two units, Revision sections help students assess themselves and, along with the ‘Can do’ Progress Checks in the Student’s Book, prepare for future work and tests more efficiently. Cumulative Progress Tests are also included for grammar and vocabulary, recycling all previously learned language.

Gateway Workbook B1+

The back of the book contains a mini-dictionary based on the Macmillan Essential Dictionary, with entries selected from the Student’s Book and Workbook.

Gateway Practice Online This supplementary practice environment offers students interactive material following the Gateway scope and sequence, explicitly focused on KET, PET and FCE exam preparation, as well as general school leaving exams. Each level offers over 150 resources providing methodical practice of language and vocabulary, including a pronunciation development feature, and a practice test to check progress with a timer to reproduce exam-style conditions.

Gateway Online A dynamic learning space, Gateway Online offers students opportunities to watch and listen to authentic Video Newsroom material linked to the CLICK lessons, along with interactive activities, games, writing models, test activities, an interactive wordlist and a Macmillan Reader eBook to download. Students can send their answers to teachers to keep a record of their progress. Gateway Online for Students can be accessed at www.gateway-online.net with an unique code found in the Student’s Book.

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Gateway Online for Students

For Teachers

It is packaged with the 2-in-1 Test CD containing progress tests that offer comprehensive preparation for final exams. There are end of unit tests, three mid-year tests and one final end of year test. All tests are editable and have A and B versions. The Teacher’s Book also contains a website access code for www.gateway-online.net, so teachers can access all of the student website content.

Dave Spencer

Photocopiable resource from Gateway Teacher’s Book B1

A thorough Teacher’s Book provides answer keys, audioscripts, explanatory language notes, cultural background information, supplementary activities, suggestions for warm-up activities, and ideas for related film viewing, weblinks and readers. Methodological and practical tips are strategically placed to help the teacher during planning, setting up and evaluating activities, and also ‘on the spot’ in specific language or pronunciation areas. Extra resource material in the form of photocopiable worksheets by Sue Kay and Vaughan Jones, among others, is included at the back of the book.

Gateway is exactly that: your gateway to independent learning and exam success! Teacher’s Resource Site The teacher’s area includes teacher training and development podcasts, videos, links to an active Facebook page, topic lessons, newsletters and culture worksheets linked to the Student’s Book. There are also video worksheets to accompany the Video Newsroom clips on Gateway Interactive Classroom and Gateway Online for students. Gateway Online for Teachers is accessed for free at www.macmillanenglish.com/gateway

Class Audio CD These audio CDs contain all the listening material for the course.

Secondary (British English)

Teacher’s Book Pack

Interactive Classroom Gateway Interactive Classroom offers the Student’s Book in a digital format that can be used on an interactive whiteboard or with a laptop and projector. Platform independent and compatible with Windows PCs or Macs, installation is simple and straightforward.

Digital Book from Gateway Interactive Classroom

Video Newsroom from Gateway Interactive Classroom

ISBN chart Student’s Book & Webcode Pack Workbook Teacher’s Book & Test CD Pack Class Audio CD Interactive Classroom (single user) Gateway Practice Online

A2 9780230417595 9780230723399 9780230411791 9780230723412 9780230723429 1120110304580

B1 9780230417601 9780230723450 9780230417229 9780230723474 9780230723481 1120110304597

B1+ 9780230417632 9780230723511 9780230417212 9780230723535 9780230723542 1120110304405

B2 9780230417618 9780230723573 9780230411838 9780230723597 9780230723603 1120120306697

B2+ 9780230417625 9780230723634 9780230417656 9780230723658 9780230723665 1120120306703

(The Student’s Pack contains the Student’s Book and the website access code for Gateway Online for Students. The Teacher’s Pack contains the Teacher’s Book, the Test CD and the webcode access to Gateway Online for Students.)

Extra activities are integrated into this digital version to support and supplement the bookbased activities, as are the full course audio and additional authentic Video Newsroom material taken from up-to-date news reports by ITN (a UK TV network). The teacher’s area also offers teachers the chance to create and save their own new teaching materials.

Motivating teenagers can be a huge challenge. Dave’s Top Tips on YouTube™ and Facebook™ give an endless supply of practical activities that take no preparation and have teenagers eating out of your hand. Moreover, Dave explains what skill or language point each activity practices and why teenagers will want to participate. He’s a life-saver!

Tie-in Titles Macmillan Readers Intermediate

pp111-112

Direct to FCE

p92

Macmillan English Grammar in Context p96

CEFR B1 Practice Online

pp8-9

Uncovering CLIL

p118

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Secondary (British English)

Malcolm Mann and Steve Taylore-Knowles

This new edition of Laser is now a five-level course, with two additional levels A1+ and A2, designed to cater to younger exam students. It is the perfect preparation for teenagers working towards school-leaving exams and the Cambridge ESOL KET, PET and FCE exams. CENNI

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2-4

5-7

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A1

A2

8-10 11-13 14-16 17-19 B1

B2

C1

C2

This vibrant, topic-based course integrates development of the key reading, writing, listening and speaking skills, while regular revision sections check continuous progress. Each Student’s Book comes with a CD-ROM that reinforces the structures and vocabulary learned in each unit, while the Workbooks are complete with Audio CDs making them ideal for homework, and the Teacher’s Books are packaged with a DVD-ROM including teacher-training videos and a pagefaithful version of the Student’s Book with integrated audio.

Consult our eCatalog at ecatalog.macmillan.mx for more information and samples.

Key Features • Laser New Edition combines a clear and practical focus on exams

preparation, without being an explicit exam preparation course, allowing students to improve their level of general English, too. • A Get Ready! section (Get Warmed Up! in later levels) at the beginning of every unit offers structured reading preparation tasks and introduces the key vocabulary for the topic. • In levels A1+ and A2, two Wordpower! sections per unit present and practice key lexis related to the unit topic. In later levels, these are replaced by more sophisticated Dictionary Corner sections, which encourage the use of dictionaries and more autonomous learning. • There is a comprehensive writing activity at the end of each unit. Project Planner sections in earlier levels provide more structured support in organizing writing tasks, while levels B1 to B2 include Composition Planners separately at the end of the Student’s Book, to assist with planning. • A new webquest feature every other unit provides a fun wrap-up activity for students where they have to use independent research to find answers on the Internet. • An excellent bank of reference material is supplied at the end of the Student’s Book: a Writing Database, a Vocabulary Database, a Speaking Database, and a Grammar Database, amongst others. • The Teacher’s Book includes a DVD-ROM containing editable tests, a test generator and teacher’s support videos, as well as a digital, interactive version of the Student’s Book.

Malcolm Mann & Steve Taylore-Knowles We’re very excited about the new edition of Laser. There are two new levels and the three existing ones have been revised and updated. All the great features that people know and love are still there, but there are exciting and useful additions too, such as digital components and webquests! ok

udent’s Bo

Laser B1 St

ISBN chart Student’s Book & CD-ROM Pack Workbook & CD (with Key) Workbook & CD (without Key) Teacher’s Book & DVD-ROM Pack Class Audio CD

A1+ 9780230424609 9780230424616 9780230424623 9780230424661 9780230424678

A2 9780230424739 9780230424746 9780230424753 9780230424814 9780230424821

B1 9780230433526 9780230433533 9780230433540 9780230433601 9780230433618

B1+ 9780230433670 9780230433687 9780230433694 9780230433755 9780230433762

Tie-in Titles Macmillan Readers Elementary & Pre-intermediate

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Macmillan Essential Dictionary

p115

Uncovering Grammar

p119

B2 9780230433823 9780230433830 9780230433847 9780230433908 9780230433915

This blended-learning course for teenagers aims to build up general English skills while gently easing students into more tailored PET and FCE exam practice. The interactive and digital elements appeal to and motivate teenage learners. Code is ideal for teenagers preparing for exit exams. CENNI

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2-4

5-7

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Pre-A1

A1

A2

8-10 11-13 14-16 17-19 B1

B2

C1

C2

For Students Student’s Book The integrated approach develops reading, writing, listening and speaking skills, while systematically building up vocabulary and grammar. The topic-based units cover general topics common to the PET and FCE exams, with plenty of practice in exam-type tasks. Writing Banks, Speaking Files, a Steps to Success feature in all skills sections, and Grammar sections, provide invaluable reference tools. At B1 level, songs are used to introduce language and reading texts are short and digestible. At B1+, lead-in activities teach vocabulary before students are confronted with a challenging text, and there is a particular focus on collocations, word patterns, word formation, phrasal verbs and easily confused words. Code Red (B2) offers further focus on the development of productive language skills with particular emphasis on modeling and structuring spoken and written texts. Exam Alert sections draw attention to what to be aware of in exams, and there is efficient recycling of grammar and vocabulary, and regular review sections.

Code Practice Online An online practice course with over 100 interactive resources accompanies each level of Code. Each course has 12 units, providing web-based activities to reinforce the language in each of the Student’s Book units. There is a review in every other unit, to match the review sections in the books. [Access to Code Practice Online is obtained through a special code in the Workbook Plus with MPO & CD Pack.]

Secondary (British English)

Rosemary Aravanis, Stuart Cochrane, Michele Crawford, Rob Nicholas and George Vassilakis

Workbook Pack The Workbook provides further language and exam practice, and six complete CLIL lessons to continue the cross-curricular topics in the Student’s Book. There are also word puzzles and fun activities for end-of-term or year. It is packaged with the audio CD and the unique access code for Code Practice Online. Code Red Student’s Book B2

For Teachers Teacher’s Book & Editable Test Pack

Audio CD

The Teacher’s Book includes comprehensive teaching notes, a selfevaluation table with ‘Can do’ statements for use after each unit, a CD containing editable tests, and a resource pack with communicative language and skills practice, and photocopiable quizzes for each unit. Code Red includes a complete practice FCE test.

Audio CDs contain all the listening texts from the Student’s Books.

Interactive Whiteboard Software Easy-to-use IWB material presents the Student’s Book in a digital version, motivating the class with more ‘heads up’ plenary time. It is platform neutral, meaning the software will work on any make of IWB. The user-friendly toolbar offers a large selection of useful classroom applications, with audio integrated into the software.

ISBN chart Student’s Book Workbook Plus & MPO Pack Teacher‘s Book & Test CD Pack Audio CD IWB Material Code Practice Online

B1+ 9789604472857 9789604472864 9789604472871 9789604472918 9789604472895 1120100304163

B2 9789604472932 9789604472949 9789604472956 9789604472994 9789604472970 1120100304132

B2+ 9789604473137 9789604473144 9789604473151 9789604473199 978960 4473175 1120100304170

Code Green IWB Software

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Supplementary (Digital)

Animal Explorers CENNI

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2-4

5-7

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Pre-A1

A1

A2

8-10 11-13 14-16 17-19 B1

B2

C1

C2

Animal Explorers is a flexible, topic-based, online young learner resource, complete with video, audio, games and interactive exercises. Animal Explorers is ideal for use in the classroom, with an interactive whiteboard or projector, or in a multimedia lab. Bringing the animal kingdom to life, it takes learners on a journey through three different worlds, each with diverse topics, for a total of hundreds of activities.

Key features • The cross-curricular material is perfect for a CLIL context. • Animal Explorers is designed for students aged 10-14 years. • Interactive activities cater to different learning styles and include drag-and-drop exercises and memory games. Downloadable worksheets, and web projects allow follow-up work. • Extensive teacher’s notes support the on-screen material.

Animal Explorers website For more details, visit www.animalexplorers.com or see p10. Ask your representative for local pricing options.

ISBN chart

1 user 2-5 users 6-10 users 11-20 users American English 9780230751699 9780230751705 9780230751712 9780230751729 British English 9780230435025 9780230751675 9780230751682 9780230435032

M Tunes An innovative six-level interactive musical experience for primary students. One CD-ROM per level contains ten songs following a structured language syllabus to improve grammar, fluency and vocabulary. Students can follow the lyrics on screen, karaoke style, then practice and improve key skills with five fully-interactive language activities per song. M Tunes CD-ROM 1 Minimum system requirements can be found on product packaging or dedicated product websites.

ISBN chart

1 2 3 4 5 6 CD-ROM 9789706502247 9789706502254 9789706502261 9789706502278 9789706502285 9789706502292

Language Games CENNI

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2-4

5-7

CEFR

Pre-A1

A1

A2

8-10 11-13 14-16 17-19 B1

B2

C1

C2

Language Games is a stand-alone CD-ROM featuring 150 fun and highly motivating English language learning games, and is ideal for any language learner from young teenage to adult. It can be used by individual students for personal practice, by schools in a self-access computer room or in front of the class.

Key features • Three bands of language difficulty range from beginner

to advanced. • The material provides over 54 hours of game-play time for the average language learner. • Each individual user is scored and the marks are stored for every game. • Every game offers explanatory texts and hints for ease of use. • Games can be searched according to learning objective, e.g. pronunciation or vocabulary, to match the user’s needs.

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ISBN chart

Language Games CD-ROM 9781405095679

Macmillan Foundation Skills

Macmillan Early Learners Photo Cards

Louis Fidge

210 Photo Cards provide photographic images of key vocabulary items in the Best Buddies and Hats On Top courses (p18 and p20-21). They can be used to introduce vocabulary, and also in a variety of language-based games and activities in any preschool course.

1

2-4

5-7

CEFR

Pre-A1

A1

A2

8-10 11-13 14-16 17-19 B1

B2

C1

C2

Reading Comprehension is a six-level program for developing language skills in primary classrooms or at home. It introduces children to a wide range of fiction, non-fiction and poetry, with carefully graded activities. The Teacher’s Books include teaching notes, answer keys, high-frequency word lists and comprehension tests. Writing Composition offers structured support in helping children to write for many different purposes. Levels 1-2 focus on handwriting, while levels 3+ develop essential compositional skills and punctuation. The Teacher’s Books include extension ideas and photocopiable templates.

Macmillan Early Learners Posters 20 posters designed for the preschool classroom are accompanied by a booklet of teacher’s notes.

Macmillan Early Learners Flashcards 210 alphabetically indexed, single-sided flashcards complement the artwork in Squeeze’s vocabulary presentation lessons (p17), and develop children’s visual discrimination skills.

CENNI

ISBN chart

Reading 1 2 3 4 5 6 Comprehension Student's Book 9780333776803 9780333776810 9780333776827 9780333776834 9780333776841 9780333776858 Teacher’s Book (levels 1-2) 9780333797587 (levels 3-4) 9780333797600 (levels 5-6) 9780333797617 Writing Composition Student's Book 9780333776865 9780333776872 9780333776889 9780333776896 9780333776902 9780333776919 Teacher’s Book (levels 1-2) 9780333797518 (levels 3-4) 9780333797532 (levels 5-6) 9780333797556

Supplementary (Visuals)

Macmillan Early Learners Visuals

ISBN chart Photo Cards 1120090400098 Posters 9781405068727 Flashcards 9781405068734

Macmillan Secondary Poster Pack CENNI

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2-4

5-7

CEFR

Pre-A1

A1

A2

8-10 11-13 14-16 17-19 B1

B2

C1

C2

25 full-color posters (88 x 58cm) in a convenient, compact pack (measuring 44 x 29cm), are designed specifically for learners of English in Latin America, to give students further practice in oral and writing skills. Teachers can use them to review language or to assess students’ progress. The posters cover a wide variety of topics based on essential English learning themes for secondary students. Helpful suggestions for extra classroom activities are included on the back of each poster and labeled according to the level of difficulty and activity type (presentation, task or evaluation ideas). Due to the range and flexibility of the activities, the posters can easily be adapted and included in any part of the lesson.

ISBN chart Poster Pack 9789706508843

Tie-in Titles Please see our Reading Material and Dictionaries sections for more supplementary materials.

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Multimedia Technology 1. Digital Environment 2. Subjects: • English 1, 2, 3 & 4* • Biology • Physics • Chemistry • Mathematics 1, 2 & 3 • Technology 1, 2 & 3 • Spanish 1, 2 & 3** • History 1 & 2** • Mexican & World Geography • Civics & Ethics 1 & 2**

3

Service & Constant Attention

4

Schoolwork at Home

*Available only in English **Available only in Spanish

2

Administration & School Management • Spaces • Calendar • Students • Messaging • Blogs • Forums • Files • Resources

• Training • Help Desk • Academic Advice • Technical Support

• Academic Performance Monitoring • Safe Multimedia Contents • Digital Encyclopedia • Help Desk

Bachillerato Scope & Sequence

CEFR

A1

CENNI

DTES®

2-4

O2

Level 1 • Greetings • Classroom language: commands, questions • Simple present: be, have, all forms • Simple present: Wh- questions • Personal pronouns: I, you, he • Possessive adjectives: my, your, his/her, our, their • Possessive -’s • Definite and indefinite articles: the, a/an, zero article • There is.../There are... • Prepositions of place and time • Giving directions

• Countable and uncountable nouns • Quantifiers: much, many, a lot of, a few, a little • There is.../There are...

• Partitives: several, a lot of • Demonstratives: this/that, these/those • Imperatives • Likes and dislikes: love, hate, prefer • Adverbs of frequency • Ability: can/can’t • Present progressive • Comparatives and superlatives

Level 2 • Adjective order • Comparatives and superlatives • Past time expressions • Simple past: all forms • Imperatives • Modals of obligation: should/must/have to • Modals of ability: can/can’t • Making offers: may • Future: will, be going to • Future time expressions 5-7

Level 3 • Zero conditional: if + simple present • First conditional: will + modals of possibility • Modals of possibility: may, might • Giving advice: should • Past habits: used to, all forms • Wh- questions • Simple past: regular and irregular verbs • Past progressive and simple past to describe events in the past • Past progressive and simple past for interrupted actions in the past • Relative pronouns: when, while • Connectors: first, then, after, later, after a while • Introduction to phrasal verbs • Modals for making requests: may, could, can • Object pronouns

DTES 2

A2

Level 4 • Modals for giving advice: could, would, might • Second conditional for moral dilemmas • Past participle: regular and irregular verbs • Present perfect vs simple past • Present perfect: ever/never, yet/already, for/since • Modals of preference: would like/love/prefer, would rather • Talking about likes and dislikes: like/love/hate/enjoy/ can’t stand + gerund/infinitive • Defining and non-defining relative clauses • Connectors: and/but

8-10

DTES 3

B1

New Trends

Level 1 • Simple present: be, all forms • Simple present: Wh- questions • Subject and object pronouns • Definite and indefinite articles: the, a/an, zero article • Possessive adjectives • Simple present: all forms • Adverbs of frequency • Present progressive vs simple present

Level 2 • Simple past: be, all forms • Simple past: regular and irregular verbs • Simple past: questions • Past habits: used to, all forms • Modals: can/could • Countable and uncountable nouns • Quantifiers: some/any, How much...?/How many...? • Object pronouns: me, him, her • Review: simple present • Past progressive • Present perfect: for/since • Review: irregular plurals Level 3 • Future: will, be going to • Future possibility: may, might, could • Expressing preference: would like to/would rather • Ability vs possibility: could • Possessive pronouns and Whose...? • Necessity: have to • Giving advice: should • Obligation: must • Expressing goals, plans and desires • Zero and first conditionals • First conditional with modals • Ability: be able to • Review: comparatives and superlatives • Review: present perfect: ever/never, yet/already, for/ since • Review: simple past and past progressive • Review: present and future tenses Level 4 • Passive: present and past • Review: first conditional, past tenses • Review: past tenses • Tag questions • Second and third conditionals • Past perfect • Defining and non-defining relative clauses • Review: adjectives Level 5 • Numbers • Parts of speech • Prefixes and suffixes • Review: relative clauses • Review: first and second conditionals • Pronouns and possessive adjectives • Sequencing connectors • Present and past perfect • Passive voice • Articles • Narrative tenses

Bachillerato contents O2p62 New Trends

p63

Style Update

p64

Reading Keys New Edition

p65

Gatewayp66

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Bachillerato

Angela Llanas and Libby Williams

O2 is the new edition of the best selling Bachillerato series Oxygen, designed to incorporate the latest changes to the DGB program as well as an increased competency focus. O2 retains all the great features of the original series, such as its clear didactic sequence, inductive and deductive grammar focus, integrated workbook pages and task-based productive focus, but has been redesigned based on feedback from teachers and academic coordinators, to make it more adaptable to the needs of the Bachillerato classroom. CENNI

1

2-4

5-7

CEFR

Pre-A1

A1

A2

Consult our eCatalog at ecatalog.macmillan.mx for more information and samples.

8-10 11-13 14-16 17-19 B1

B2

C1

C2

For Students

Key features

The Student’s Books are divided into four units of five lessons each, followed by a task-based Competency Development page reviewing language covered in the unit and developing disciplinary competencies. The Grammar and Vocabulary Workbook section includes grammar reference tables and explanations to supplement the grammar analyzed in class, as well as exercises for consolidation. At the back of the book, a two-page Self-Test and Self-Evaluation section per unit is designed to allow students to assess their progress throughout the semester. The evaluation consists of two tables of ‘Can do’ statements covering the language and competencies in each unit.

• An expanded and more explicit competency focus means each

The Student’s Book is packaged with the Class Audio CD.

Tie-in Titles Macmillan Readers Preintermediate

pp111-112

lesson contains both disciplinary (communication) and generic (cross-curricular) competency development sections. • Scaffolded authentic tasks guide students through the basic steps required for producing their own language. • Improved and expanded workbook pages incorporating grammar reference tables, allow for greater reinforcement of the target language. • Expanded self-test and self-evaluation sections allow students to grade their language and competency progress. • Optional Your World and Competency Development sections give teachers greater curricular freedom and the opportunity to extend lessons according to their students’ needs. • Expanded teacher’s notes with explanations on how to teach and evaluate language and competencies, as well as greater support with extra practice activities and classroom management, mean teachers can help students really personalize the material.

Macmillan School Dictionary

p115

Language Games

p58

O2 Student’s Book 1

ISBN chart

1 2 3 4 Student’s Book Pack 1120120107546 1120120107553 1120120107560 1120120107577 Teacher’s Pack 1120120204771 1120130204785 1120120204795 1120130204808 Class Audio CD 9786074733501 9786074734386 9786074733518 9786074734416 (The Student’s Book Pack contains the Student’s Book and the Class Audio CD. The Teacher’s Pack contains the Teacher’s Edition and the Test CD.)

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Bachillerato

Angela Llanas and Libby Williams

New Trends is the new edition of Trends, for postsecondary Bachillerato students. Like its predecessor, New Trends is a five-level, semester-based course, in line with the RIEMS reform, the CEFR and the Competency Framework. CENNI

1

2-4

5-7

CEFR

Pre-A1

A1

A2

8-10 11-13 14-16 17-19 B1

B2

C1

C2

New Trends retains all the great features of the original series, such as clear didactic sequencing, inductive and deductive approaches to new language, integrated workbook pages and authentic task-based production, but it has been redesigned based on feedback from teachers and academic coordinators. The result is a course that blends traditional teaching techniques with the pedagogical and technological demands of modern teaching, while at the same time offering teachers both far greater curricular flexibility and more in-depth classroom support.

Consult our eCatalog at ecatalog.macmillan.mx for more information and samples.

For Students Student’s Book The Student’s Books are divided into three units of seven lessons each, followed by a task-based Competency Development page which reviews the unit language and develops disciplinary competencies. The Grammar and Vocabulary Workbook pages, with one page per lesson, include grammar reference tables and explanations, and offer further practice exercises. There is a Self-Test and Self-Assessment section at the back of the book for students to monitor their progress, as well as the audioscripts for all the listening activities for the level.

For Teachers Teacher’s Edition The Teacher’s Edition dedicates three pages to each lesson: two pages of teaching notes and lesson plans; and one page with answer keys, including workbook answers and audioscripts. Target grammar and vocabulary, objectives, and the main competency focus are clearly set out at the start of every lesson. Competency explanation boxes clearly explain how to make the students aware of the competency, how to put the competency into practice and, when necessary, how to reflect on it. There are also extension ideas, and Teaching Tips with advice about classroom management and autonomous learning.

New Trends Student’s Book 1

Test CD The Test CD provides teachers with useful assessment tools. It contains end-of-unit tests and a semester test in fullyeditable Word document format, with a complete answer key and audioscripts. The CD also contains PDF files with extra activities for further practice if required. Assessment charts, again in Word format, focus on both the students’ attitudes towards language learning and the development of their language skills, and they include grading grids and assessment rubrics. [Packaged with the Teacher’s Edition]

Class Audio CD Download the audio files for all the listening exercises from www.macmillan.com.mx.

The class audio CD provides recorded material to accompany all the listening activities in the Student’s Book. It can also be downloaded free from the Macmillan website.

Tie-in Titles Portfolio Readers p110

Learning Teaching Third Edition

p118

ISBN chart

1 2 3 4 5 Student’s Book 9786074734218 9786074734515 Forthcoming 9786074734461 Forthcoming Teacher’s Pack 11201202-06133 1120120207284 Forthcoming 1120120207291 Forthcoming Class Audio CD 9786074734317 9786074734447 Forthcoming 9786074734492 Forthcoming (The Teacher’s Pack contains the Teacher’s Edition and the Test CD.)

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Bachillerato

Mickey Rogers, Libby Williams and Jane Sturtevant

Designed for schools following a steadily-paced English program, the core syllabus of Style Update presents and practices the most common structural elements of English, developing skills through specific, clearly defined activities, with a particular focus on reading. CENNI

1

2-4

5-7

CEFR

Pre-A1

A1

A2

8-10 11-13 14-16 17-19 B1

B2

C1

C2

For Students

Good Job

Lesson two:

Student’s Book

1

The integrated practice pages and self-study listening practice section make the Student’s Book a complete and self-contained study kit. It includes the Student’s CD.

Workbook The optional Workbook provides further practice and more reading and writing skills for extension.

2

Match the jobs with the pictures. Then listen and check.

5

b a

1.

an athlete

2.

a carpenter

3.

a graphic designer

4.

dancers

5.

models

6.

an author

7.

a painter

8.

an engineer

9.

musicians

10.

an actor

11.

a sales representative

12.

an accountant

d

e

h

6

i j

Interviewer:

k

Susan:

w

l

Target Grammar: Indefinite Articles: a / an

Stan:

True

False

Insufficient information

Singular noun, first letter consonant: Use …

a.

a.

b.

an.

c.

no article.

2.

Susan is a singer.

True

False

Insufficient information

2.

Singular noun, first letter vowel: Use …

a.

a.

b.

an.

c.

no article.

3.

Stan and Susan are brother and sister.

True

False

Insufficient information

3.

Plural noun: Use …

a.

a.

b.

an.

c.

no article.

4.

Rock is Stan’s favorite kind of music.

True

False

Insufficient information

5.

Susan loves reggae.

True

False

Insufficient information

Work in pairs. Ask and answer about the jobs in Exercise 1. A:

What does he do?

B:

He’s a sales representative.

2

What do you / they do?

purple

Stan and Susan are musicians.

Real World: Music Preferences

rock techno reggae salsa heavy metal hip hop classical

Work in small groups.

Ask about the styles of music in the box.

Note the number of people who like each style.

Tell the class about your group.

A:

In our group, three people like salsa. Five people like techno …

Which are secondary colors? Which are neutral colors?

4.

What are your favorite colors?

brown

5.

What colors don’t you like?

4

white blue

orange

green

Kirsten:

I have a new, um … friend. Friend or boyfriend, Kirsten?

Kirsten:

Well, boyfriend, maybe. He’s so nice, Debbie!

Debbie:

Yeah? And what does he look like?

He’s really good-looking. He’s tall and, um, average weight, with blue eyes and wavy black hair.

Debbie:

Is his hair long or short?

Kirsten:

It’s short.

Debbie:

And what’s his name?

Kirsten:

Oh, Kevin Sanders.

Debbie:

Kevin Sanders? He’s my cousin!

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2

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3

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Write the words from Exercise 3 in the correct column. Height

gray

yellow

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black

Weight

Hair length

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Hair type

Hair color

Eye color

2.

tall heavy medium length ____________ straight black green _________ ____________ ____________ ___________ ___________ _________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ___________

3.

_________ ____________ ____________

1.

Read the description and label the picture of Kevin with the underlined words.

Debbie:

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____________ ____________ ___________

Write a description of one of the other people in the pictures. Pay attention to the order of the words. Work in pairs. A: Read your description. B: Guess the person being described.

5

6

Listen to four descriptions. Mark the description that matches the picture of the thief. Description 1

Description 3

Description 2

Description 4

Complete the police report.

Charles Turner

San Francisco Police Department Criminal Suspect Report

Match the descriptions with the pictures. She’s tall and thin, with long curly blond hair and brown eyes.

2.

He’s average height and average weight, with short black hair and brown eyes.

3.

He’s tall and heavy, with wavy blond hair and blue eyes.

Name: Charles Turner

Description: Male Caucasian, age 25, ______________________________

Address: 5506 Canyon Drive Berkeley, CA

_______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________

Suspected for: Robbery

a b

c

d

She’s short and thin, with long straight brown hair and brown eyes.

e

f

g

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Look at this picture of another suspect for 30 seconds. Then close your book and write a description of him.

8

In small groups, read your descriptions. Who has the most complete description? Who has the most accurate description?

h More practice on: PAGE 32

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Diccionario Macmillan Castillo

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(Reading Styles Student’s Book does not include a Student’s CD.)

Tie-in Titles

FOCUS! I love / like / prefer rock. I don’t like / hate techno.

Appearance

red

Which colors are primary colors?

2. 3.

1.

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More practice on: PAGE 31

Look at the colors and answer the questions.

4.

The class audio provides the listening component for each level.

To ask about jobs, use: What does he / she do?

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Kirsten:

3

Test CD

Class CD

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FOCUS!

Work in small groups. Write sentences about famous people who do some of the jobs in Exercise 1. The group with the most correct sentences wins.

1.

The full-color interleaved Teacher’s Edition has clear lesson notes for every Student’s Book page and regular Step in Style sections with extra ideas and games.

Well, rock, of course, but also reggae and some blues. Reggae is my favorite music!

1.

Lesson three:

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What’s your favorite kind of music?

unit three

For Teachers

This useful teaching tool offers a customizable set of evaluation materials for use throughout the school year.

I’m not, but Susan is.

Susan:

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Reading strategies, as well as grammar and vocabulary, are addressed using contextualized examples. The final two pages in each unit concentrate on more academic material, adding an element of flexibility to the book.

We’re musicians. We play guitar for Crash. And are you singers?

Stan: Interviewer:

Isabel Allende is an author. _________________________________

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“I love language and words – and film is a beautiful medium.”

Stan and Susan, what do you do?

Interviewer:

What is the name for a letter that isn’t a vowel? ____________________________

4

Mara

Kylie “Art and computers – those are my favorite things!”

Read part of the interview with Stan and Susan and circle the correct answers.

Which letters are vowels? ____________________________

3

“I like people, and I appreciate good products – a great combination for my job.”

“I love music and I love to exercise. My job is perfect!”

Answer the questions.

Reading Styles

Brad

Alan

g

f

Circle the correct answers to complete the rules.

Reading Styles follows on naturally from Style Update 1 and 2, or can stand alone as an independent reading program. The book contains 16 topic-based units with texts from a variety of sources, covering four main academic areas: Physical Sciences & Math, Life Sciences, Business & Economics, Humanities & Arts. The contemporary texts are vibrant and engaging.

Read the sentences from interviews and guess each person’s job.

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Bachillerato

Miles Craven

Reading Keys New Edition is designed for young adult learners of American English. Each level is organized into eight themes comprising two units each, which present different aspects of the theme through engaging texts from a wide variety of sources, including Macmillan Readers. CENNI

1

2-4

5-7

8-10 11-13 14-16 17-19

CEFR

Pre-A1

A1

A2

B1+

B2

C1

C2

Systematic skills and strategies training helps students become independent readers, incorporating ten Key Reading and Key Vocabulary Skills per level. Texts to study may be selected by topic, genre, reading skill, or vocabulary skill.

Key Features • Spotlight On Grammar sections in each unit feature an aspect of

grammar covered, while the Extension feature at the end of each theme reviews the target grammar and vocabulary. Both offer TOEIC-style practice activities. • Think About It and Talk About It activities at the start and end of every unit, respectively, provide speaking practice, allowing students to express their opinions and personalize the material. • Glossary definitions are linked to the award-winning Macmillan English Dictionary red words (see p116 or visit www.macmillandictionaries.com). • Extracts from Macmillan Readers (pp111-112) encourage more extensive reading. • A comprehensive Teacher’s File for the entire series includes culture and vocabulary notes, answer keys, photocopiable activities, extra vocabulary activities and wordlists. It is packaged with a test generator CD-ROM with customizable tests.

Miles Craven

To become better readers, students need skills. These are the keys to reading comprehension and fluency. Reading Keys identifies these skills, explains what they are, and shows how they work. Unlock your students’ reading potential! Miles is also the author of Breakthrough Plus, our new series for young adults. See pp70-71 or ecatalog.macmillan.mx for more details.

ISBN chart

1 2 3 Student’s Book 9780230724778 9780230724815 9780230724853 Teacher’s File & (all levels) – 9780230724808 Test CD-ROM Pack

Visit the accompanying website www.macmillanenglish.com/readingkeys to find printable vocabulary activities, wordlists, audio recordings of the reading texts as mp3 files, and weblinks related to themes in the series.

Tie-in Titles Inspired

pp48-49

New Inspiration

p51

Breakthrough Plus

pp70-71

Teaching Reading Skills

p119

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Bachillerato

David Spencer

Gateway is an academically-rich, five-level course designed to lead teenage students to success in school exit and university entrance exams, and prepare them for university and the world of work by equipping them with lifelong learning and study skills. Taking an inductive approach to grammar, Gateway reviews and extends students’ active knowledge of grammar and vocabulary through a wealth of varied, skills-based activities that recycle, review, evaluate and develop language skills. CENNI

1

2-4

5-7

CEFR

Pre-A1

A1

A2

8-10 11-13 14-16 17-19 B1

B2+

C1

C2

Key features • Gateway to Exams sections every two units focus on real exam

practice and look at the specific exam skills necessary to succeed. Assessment activities direct students to further revision or extension in the Workbook. • Study Skills and Exam Success boxes offer students tips, with links to extended sections at the back of the Student’s Book, to equip them with learning strategies and exam preparation advice. • CLICK (Cross-Curricular, Literature, International Cultural Knowledge) lessons use authentic texts and interesting topics to look at language from a new perspective. • Developing Writing and Developing Speaking sections include model texts and activities to help guide students in using these skills more accurately and effectively. • A full, corpus-based dictionary in the Workbook combines the wordlist from the Student’s Book and the extension words from the Workbook.

Gateway Online Gateway Online is a dynamic learning space for students and teachers using the course. Offering additional language practice through games, videos and interactive activities, it is a fun and challenging practice environment which can be accessed at home or during class using a special access code available in the Student’s Book and Webcode Pack. Visit www.gateway-online.net for more information.

• The Teacher’s Book includes teacher development sections giving

advice on topics related to planning, setting up activities and student training, as well as specific language and pronunciation support. It is packaged with a Test CD and photocopiable communication activities written by Sue Kay and Vaughan Jones, among others. • Gateway Practice Online offers over 150 resources per level, including a practice test to check progress, with a timer to reproduce exam-style conditions. Students are also equipped with an online dictionary and a grammar reference tool. • Gateway Interactive Classroom presents a digital version of the Student’s Book, including extra activities, integrated audio, crosscurricular and cross-cultural video resources and a teacher’s area for creating new materials and resources.

Exam-style practice activities are found throughout the unit and further practiced in special Gateway to Exams sections.

Key features • Video activities engage students in language practice and the world around them.

• Writing models and activities help students prepare for exam writing tasks.

• A wordlist builder can create specific, customizable vocabulary lists which are perfect for revision.

• A Macmillan Reader eBook offers extra reading practice

Study skills, exam success boxes and tips encourage students to reflect on the best way to learn.

(see p4 and pp111-112).

• The teachers’ portal includes teacher training footage of Gateway in use, regularly updated teaching tips by David Spencer and other specialists in exams and secondary teaching, and downloadable resources, including culture worksheets and video activities.

Gateway Student’s Book B1

ISBN chart Student’s Book & Webcode Pack Workbook Teacher’s Book & Test CD Pack Class Audio CD Interactive Classroom (single user) Gateway Practice Online

A2 9780230417595 9780230723399 9780230411791 9780230723412 9780230723429 1120110304580

B1 9780230417601 9780230723450 9780230417229 9780230723474 9780230723481 1120110304597

B1+ 9780230417632 9780230723511 9780230417212 9780230723535 9780230723542 1120110304405

B2 9780230417618 9780230723573 9780230411838 9780230723597 9780230723603 1120120306697

B2+ 9780230417625 9780230723634 9780230417656 9780230723658 9780230723665 1120120306703

(The Student’s Pack contains the Student’s Book and the website access code for Gateway Online for Students. The Teacher’s Pack contains the Teacher’s Book, the Test CD and the webcode access to Gateway Online for Students.)

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Teaching can be unpredictable.

With Macmillan, you’re equipped for everything. Academic Services

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Apps

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eBooks

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Macmillan Product Support

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Methodology

pp118-119

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Onestopenglish & Onestopenglish Jobs

p11

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Online Dictionary

p104

RedNova Online Training Sessions

p122

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Resource Sites

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Social Networks

p124

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Webinars

p123

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Digibook

mindOnline Teachers Resource Center

eWorkbook

p71

p77

p82

Mind Series

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A2

A1-A2

A1

Pre-A1

5-7

2-4

0-1

openMind 1 • Simple present: be, all forms • Subject pronouns • Possessive adjectives: my, your, his/her, our, their • Prepositions of time: in, at, on • Simple present: Wh- questions • There is…/There are… • Quantifiers: some, any, a lot, many • Imperatives: giving directions • Present progressive • Demonstrative adjectives: this/that, these/those • Comparatives • Countable and uncountable nouns • Simple past: all forms • Object pronouns: me, you, him/ her, us, them • Future: present progressive • Future: going to

openMind 2 • Past progressive • Sequences: when, while • Comparatives: as…as/not as… • Superlatives • Possessive pronouns • Permission and request • Present perfect: ever/never, for/since • Giving advice and warning • too/enough, How much…?/How many…? • Future: will/going to • Possibility: may, might, will • Making offers: can/could/will • Passive: present and past • Zero and first conditionals

Level Intro tbc

Level 1 • Simple present • Yes/No questions • Simple present: Wh- questions • Prepositions of time: at, in • Ability: can/can’t • Likes and dislikes + noun/gerund • There is…/There are… • Possibility: can/can’t • Demonstrative adjectives: this/that, these/those • How much…? • Present progressive: affirmative, negative and questions • Future plans and intentions: going to, present progressive • Making invitations • Expressions of time: next, for/ago • Simple past • want/would like

openMind Essentials • Simple present: be, all forms • Possessive adjectives: my, your, his/her, our, their • Defininte and indefinite articles: a/an/the • Possessive -’s • Ability: can/can’t • Simple present: all forms • Adverbs of frequency • Simple present: Wh- questions

Pre-intermediate • Simple past vs past progressive • used to • Quantifiers: a lot of, some, any, a few, not many • Present perfect: already, yet, for, since • Future predictions: may, might, will, maybe, probably, certainly • Adjectives with -ing/-ed • Passives • Modals of obligation • Prepositions of movement • Relative clauses

Elementary • Adverbs of frequency and manner • some/any + countable and uncountable nouns • Simple present vs present progressive • should, shouldn’t, must, mustn’t, needn’t • Imperatives • Possessive pronouns • Possessive -’s • Comparatives and superlatives • Present perfect: ever/never

Beginner • Simple present • Possessive and demonstrative adjectives • Indefinite articles • Prepositions of time and place • There is…/There are… • Subject and object pronouns • Simple past: was/were • Ability: can/can’t • Future intentions: going to

Straightforward Breakthrough CEFR CENNI DTES® Plus Mind Series Second Edition

Global Beginner • Regular plurals • Subject pronouns • Simple present: be, all forms • Yes/No questions • Possessive adjectives: my, your, his/her, our, their • Possessive -‘s • There is…/There are • like • Simple present: all forms • Wh- questions • Adverbs of frequency • Prepositions of place • Imperatives • Simple past: all forms • Present progressive • Ability: can/can’t • Connectors • Agreeing and disagreeing • Future: going to

Elementary • Indefinite article: a/an • Prepositions of place: from, in, near • also/too • Questions with do/does • Object pronouns: me, you, him/ Elementary her, us, them • Demonstrative adjectives: • Countable and uncountable this/that, these/those nouns • Object pronouns: me, you, him/ • Quantifiers: a lot of, much, her, us, them many, some • Likes and dislikes: (+ noun/ • Adverbs of frequency gerund) • Possibility: can • Prepositions of time: in, at • Simple past • Simple past: all forms • Simple present vs present • Countable and uncountable progressive nouns • Comparatives and superlatives • Comparatives and superlatives • Present perfect • Ability: can/can’t • have got • Adverbs of manner • one/ones • Future forms: want to…/would • Present perfect vs simple past like to…/hope to… • Present perfect Pre-intermediate • Wh- questions with • Quantifiers: a lot of, a little, a prepositions few, not enough, some/any • Simple past vs past progressive • used to • Future plans and intentions: (be) going to, present progressive

Beginner • Possessive adjectives: my, your, his/her, our, their • Demonstrative adjectives: this/that, these/those • Simple present: be, all forms • Prepositions of place: in, near • Possessive -’s • Indefinite article: a/an • Likes and dislikes: (+ noun/ gerund) • Simple present: all forms • There is…/There are… (some/ any) • Object pronouns: me, you, him/ her, us, them • Adverbs of frequency • Present progressive • Simple past: all forms • Extra topics in New Inside Out only • Simple past: negative and question form • Wh- questions • Ability: can/can’t • How many …? • Future: would like to/(be) going to

Inside Out Series

Young Adult Scope & Sequence

Digital highlights

Global

Minimum system requirements can be found on product packaging or dedicated product websites.

Breakthrough Plus

p70

Inside Out Series

p78

Sky High

p72

Global

p80

Attitude

p72

Mind Series

p73

Straightforward Second Edition

p82

C1

B2

B1-B2

B1

14-16

11-13

8-10

DTES 3

DTES 2

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Level 4 • Past tenses: present perfect vs present perfect progressive • First, second and third conditionals • Adjectives with -ed/-ing • Adverb clauses • Verb + infinitive/gerund • Reported speech • Passives: have/need something done, need + -ing • Modal verbs: permission, obligation, prohibition • make, let, allow • Relative clauses • Past perfect: if only/I wish • Present tense for future • Future progressive • Future perfect

Level 3 • Simple past: regular and irregular verbs • used to • Present perfect vs simple past: since/yet • Verbs followed by gerunds • too much/many, not enough • Predictions: will/won’t • Possibility: may/might • First conditional • Future time clauses: when/ unless/as soon as • make and do • Defining relative clauses: who/ which/where • Narrative tenses: simple past, past progressive, past perfect • Second conditional: I wish + simple past • Modals of deduction, present and past: could/might/must • Passive: present and past

Level 2 • Adverbs of frequency • Simple present vs present progressive • Making requests • Asking for permission • Expressions of time: last/ago • Simple past vs past progressive • Future plans and decisions: going to/will • Countable and uncountable nouns: much/many, some/any • Obligation: have to/don’t have to • Present perfect: ever/never, for/since, just/yet/already • Advice: should/shouldn’t, Why don’t you…? • Comparatives and superlatives • more…than/the most…

masterMind 2 • Word order with adjectives and adverbs • Countable and uncountable nouns • Future passive • Conditional conjunctions • Object complements • Transferred negation and negative short answers • Reflexives • Mixed conditionals • Indefinite pronouns: others, the other • Passive modals • Future perfect and future perfect progressive • Reduced adverb clauses • Cleft sentences • so/such • Comparative and superlative adverbs

masterMind 1 • Past habits: used to/would • wish + would/wouldn’t • Stative verbs • Repeated and double comparatives • Past tense shifts and modals • Noun clauses as subject & object • Third conditional • Expressions of purpose • Verbs followed by gerunds or infinitives • Verb + object + infinitive • Past perfect vs past perfect progressive • Quantifiers • Verbs of ability • Past modals of deduction: may/ might/couldn’t/could/must have • Connectors of addition, causeeffect and contrast: although, even though

openMind 3 • Present perfect: yet/already • Present perfect progressive • Past habits: used to • either/too, so/neither • Indirect questions: Could you tell me…? • Causative: have/get • Reported speech: statements and questions • Second conditional • Hopes and wishes • Present deduction: may/might/ must/can’t • Tag questions • Verbs followed by gerunds or infinitives • Regrets: if only… • Defining and non-defining relative clauses • Separable and non-separable phrasal verbs

Advanced • Adjective order • Phrasal verbs with objects • Second and third conditionals • Wishes and regrets • Stative and dynamic verbs • Participle clauses • Predictions and assumptions: will • Modals to talk about the past • Expressing contrast • Special uses of simple past: I’d rather you didn’t…

Advanced • Reference and substitution • Gerunds and infinitives • Reported speech • Modals of necessity, obligation and deduction • Relative clauses • Question tags • Conditionals: zero, first, second and third • Passives • Discourse markers • Inversion

Advanced • Ellipsis • Compound nouns • Past modal forms • Determiners • The passive • Articles • Real and unreal conditionals • Gerunds and infinitives • Passives • Unreal past time • Quantifiers • Comparisons • Inversion

Upper Intermediate • Future perfect and future progressive • Narrative tenses • Present perfect vs present perfect progressive • Adjective order • Modals of speculation: present and past • Past perfect vs past progressive • will for present habits • be used to/get used to • Causative: have/get • Unreal conditionals • Regrets • Present participle clauses • Cleft sentences

Intermediate • Stative and dynamic verbs • Subject and object questions • Narrative tenses: simple past, past progressive, past perfect • Modifiers • used to/would • Predictions: will/going to • so/such • Indefinite pronouns: somebody, anybody, nobody, everybody • Permission and obligation • Present perfect simple and progressive: for/since • Separable phrasal verbs • Defining and non-defining relative clauses • Second conditional: wish/would • Third conditional • Past modals of deduction • Reflexive pronouns

Intermediate • Simple past vs past progressive • Present perfect vs present perfect progressive • Indefinite pronouns: anybody, nobody, somebody • Future tenses • Past repetition: used to/would • Partitives: a bar of…/a bowl of… • Obligation & permission • Passive • Past perfect • Reported speech: statements and questions • Defining relative clauses • First, second and third conditionals • Indirect questions • Wishes and regrets • Adjective order • Causative: have/get

Upper Intermediate • Reported speech • Collocations with have/make/ take • Narrative tenses • Future progressive and future perfect • Present and past habits: will/ would/used to • Present perfect vs present perfect progressive • Reported speech: reporting verbs • Alternatives to if: whether, provided • Past deduction • Cleft sentences: giving emphasis

• Prediction and ability: will, be able to • Future time clauses • Adjectives with -ing/-ed • Verbs followed by gerunds • Present perfect: have been, have gone • Comparatives: a bit/much/ as…as • Present perfect: for/since, yet/ already • Passive voice • Prepositions of movement • First and second conditionals • Giving advice: could/couldn’t, had to/didn’t have to • Past perfect • Reported statements • both/neither

Pre-intermediate • so/such, very/too • Simple past vs past progressive • Narrative linking words: one day, next, then… • Verbs followed by gerunds or infinitives • Simple present vs present progressive • Permission and obligation: can/have to/could • Giving advice: should/must • Future: will • Defining relative clauses • Second conditional • Past perfect • Passive: present and past • Future possibility: will/might

Upper Intermediate • be/get used to • Compound adjectives • Defining and non-defining relative clauses • Participle clauses • Narrative tenses: simple past, past progressive, past perfect • Past perfect progressive • Second and third conditionals • I wish … /if only … • should have • Future perfect vs future progressive • Phrasal verbs + objects • Adjective order • Adverbs of degree

Intermediate • Dynamic and stative verbs • Subject and object questions • Present perfect vs simple past • Modals of obligation, permission and prohibition • make/let/allow • both/neither • Past perfect • Sequencing events: beforehand, afterwards, while, later, earlier • Present tenses in future time clauses • Present perfect progressive • First and second conditionals • Prepositional phrases • Verbs with two objects • have something done • Reported speech and questions

Young Adult

Miles Craven

Breakthrough Plus is a flexible, multi-skills course that builds learners’ confidence to help them express themselves in English. It provides a supportive environment for students to develop at a pace they feel comfortable with. CENNI

1

2-4

5-7

CEFR

Pre-A1

A1

A2

8-10 11-13 14-16 17-19 B1

B2

C1

C2

Appealing content, a fresh design and a digital version of the Student Books have created a truly blended, content-rich program, covering high-interest themes in a thorough but accessible way. This communication-focused course features frequent humorous references and interesting cultural insights as students discover the opinions and experiences of other young people like themselves, on topics and issues they can relate to. This also gives students the chance to hear a range of different accents, reflecting the fact that English is an international language. Levels Cambridge ESOL ALTE

CEFR

Breakthrough Plus

iBT

PBT/ITP

IELTS

CEP

5

C2

113-120

640-677

7.5-9.0

CAE

4

C1

92-112

590-637

6.5-7.0

FCE

3

B2

62-91

513-587

5.0-6.0

PET

2

B1

Level 2

43-61

437-510

3.5-4.5

KET

1

A2

Level 1

32-42

397-433

3.0

-

-

A1

Intro Level

17-31

347-393

1.0-2.0

-

-

Pre-A1

-

-

-

Level 4 Level 3

What Makes Breakthrough Plus Special? • The Digibook provides an on-screen version

of the Student Book with integrated audio, plus additional interactive practice with over 120 activities, videos and gradebook functionality. • Teachers have access to all the student content of the Digibook, as well as additional support material: photocopiable resources, a test generator program and answer keys. • A strong emphasis on skills, in particular listening and speaking, including sub-skills such as conversation strategies or listening for opinion, is clearly signposted in the Expansion section. • Authentic, natural language is presented and practiced through clear, contextualized and achievable tasks. • A broad, international, cross-cultural flavor goes hand-in-hand with a range of native and non-native speaker accents. • Breakthrough Plus is strongly linked to the CEFR, with regular student self-assessment checks and ‘Can do’ statements.

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For Students Twelve units, divided into short sections that build on each other, lead students from the scripted Conversation starting each unit, through to the final Speaking activity. Learners personalize the topic and share their own ideas and experiences, giving them the support they need to feel comfortable with the language, then encouraging them to experiment more creatively to develop fluency.

Breakthrough Plus Student Book 2

Digibook for Students Students access the online Digibook via a unique code in the back of their books, allowing them to create their own profile within the Digibook platform. This gives them access to an interactive digitalized version of the Student Book. The Digibook has integrated audio and direct links to twelve videos featuring street interviews filmed in New York, with accompanying worksheets. There are over 120 interactive practice activities, including two listening exercises per unit, which are automatically graded. Scores are transferred to a gradebook, recording students’ progress.

For Teachers Teachers Resource Book The Teacher’s Book provides teaching notes and a complete answer key, and also gives access to the Digibook.

Digibook for Teachers

Each level contains useful, everyday expressions presented in a real-life context, showcasing common collocations, phrasal verbs, idioms and colloquial language. At the end of every unit, an optional Expansion section offers additional reading, writing, vocabulary and listening tasks, with a Challenge! feature for more able students in mixed-ability classes.

Young Adult

Student Book

At the back of the Student Book are communicative activities, a grammar reference, pronunciation support, and wordlists.

Miles Craven

The emphasis in Breakthrough Plus is on authentic, natural language presented and practiced in context. It’s very practical, easy to use, and has a refreshingly light and humorous feel. Miles is also the author of Reading Keys (p65), a popular series helping older teenagers and young adults to develop reading strategies.

Teachers can access all the student content of the Digibook, ideal for class projection for ‘heads up’ learning, with videos, extra practice and the opportunity to track students’ grades. There is also a dedicated Teachers Only area with additional support material: further downloadable activity sheets, extra progress tests, and answer keys. Teachers can access the login page via the resource site, www.macmillanenglish.com/breakthroughplus.

Test Generator CD-ROM Packaged with the Teacher’s Book, the CD-ROM offers teachers the flexibility to test students in the way they choose.

Resource Site This site acts as a portal to the Digibook, with a direct link to the login page for the online components. There are downloadable samples for each level, with accompanying Teacher’s Notes and audio, as well as downloadable sample worksheets and activities, allowing teachers to try Breakthrough Plus in the classroom. Information and samples from the Digibook and interactive practice show exactly what’s behind the login wall, while in-depth interviews with author Miles Craven explain the course methodology and offer practical tips.

Class Audio CD All the Student Book dialogs, listening texts and pronunciation exercises are recorded on the class CD.

Breakthrough Plus Digibook 2

ISBN chart Intro 1 2 3 4 Student Book Pack 9780230443594 9780230438132 9780230438200 9780230438262 9780230438330 Teachers Resource Pack 9780230443600 9780230438156 9780230438224 9780230438286 9780230438354 Class Audio CD 9780230438415 9780230438163 9780230438231 9780230438293 9780230438361 (The Student’s Pack contains the Student’s Book and the Student’s CD-ROM. The Workbook Pack contains the Workbook and the Workbook Audio CD. The Teacher’s Pack contains the Teacher’s Edition and the Test CD.)

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Simon Brewster, Paul Davies and Mickey Rogers

Sky High is a six level course for young adult learners of American English. The course focuses on communication and grammar, providing plenty of support for reading and writing, and caters to true beginners with a Starter level. CENNI

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2-4

5-7

CEFR

Pre-A1

A1

A2

8-10 11-13 14-16 17-19 B1

B2

C1

C2

Course Components • The Student’s Book covers all the skills areas

• Sky High Practice Online offers 150 resources per level, comprising language, over 12 units per level and offers access to new grammar and vocabulary exercises, listening and pronunciation practice, and web language with analysis and activation of what projects. Six Checkpoint sections in each course review and reinforce the language has already been learned. Lesson 4 of each unit and skills learned in the preceding units. helps learners prepare for real-life use of English outside the classroom. ISBN chart • The Workbook provides additional Starter 1 2 3 4 5 language practice for classroom or Student’s Book 9789706505590 9789706505606 9789706505613 9789706505620 9789706505637 9789706505644 home study. Workbook 9789706505712 9789706505729 9789706505736 9789706505743 9789706505750 9789706505767 • The Teacher’s Edition includes Teacher’s Edition 9789706505651 9789706505668 9789706505675 9789706505682 9789706505699 9789706505705 teaching tips, audioscripts, answers, Audio CD 9789706505774 9789706505781 9789706505798 9789706505804 9789706505811 9789706505828 cultural notes, language help and Song CD (levels 1-5) – – – – – 9789706505859 ideas for learner development. Test CD (levels Starter-5) – – – – – 9789706505835 • An Audio CD contains dialogs and Sky High Practice Online – 1120090300350 1120090300367 1120090300374 1120090300381 1120090300398 Split Edition listening practice, and a Song CD Student’s Book A – 9789706506627 9789706506641 9789706506665 9789706506689 9789706506702 gives students motivating listening Student’s Book B – 9789706506634 9789706506658 9789706506672 9789706506696 9789706506719 practice while increasing vocabulary Workbook A – 9789706506726 9789706506740 9789706506764 9789706506788 9789706506801 and comprehension. Workbook B – 9789706506733 9789706506757 9789706506771 9789706506795 9789706506818 • Three Test CDs contain a variety Sky High Practice Online A – 1120090300404 1120090300428 1120090300442 1120090300466 1120090300480 of tests and unit quizzes in audio, Sky High Practice Online B – 1120090300411 1120090300435 1120090300459 1120090300473 1120090300497 editable and ready-to-print formats.

Kate Fuscoe, Barbara Garside and Luke Prodromou

Attitude is a six level course in American English offering a comprehensive program of language exposure, analysis and practice, to provide students with the confidence they need to express themselves and approach learning with enthusiasm. CENNI

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2-4

5-7

CEFR

Pre-A1

A1

A2

8-10 11-13 14-16 17-19 B1

B2

C1

C2

Key Features • The Student’s Book presents interesting, thought-provoking content through themebased units, and is packaged with the Workbook and Audio CD for extra practice.

• A Resource Book offers over 30 activities to consolidate skills practice, each with a photocopiable worksheet and instructions.

• A DVD provides high-interest video clips

with pronunciation, speaking and Everyday English activities. An accompanying Activity Book offers photocopiable worksheets and communicative activities. • Two Audio CDs per level include cover versions of the Student’s Books songs. • Ready-made tests, including a placement test, are available in PDF and Word format. Test-maker software on CD-ROM and online (www.macmillan.com.mx/ attitude) allows teachers to create their own progress tests for levels 1-5.

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ISBN chart Student’s Pack Teacher’s Edition Class CD Resource Book DVD DVD Activity Book Test CD Test Software Split Edition Student’s Pack A Student’s Pack B

Starter 9789706503664 9789706503473 9789706503534 9789706503909 – – 9789706504098 – – –

1 9789706503671 9789706503480 9789706503541 9789706503916 9789706503978 9789706504036 (levels 1-5) (levels 1-5)

2 9789706503688 9789706503497 9789706503558 9789706503923 9789706503985 9789706504043 – –

4 9789706503701 9789706503510 9789706503572 9789706503947 9789706504005 9789706504067 – –

5 9789706503718 9789706503527 9789706503589 9789706503954 9789706504012 9789706504074 9789706504104 9789706506269

9789706504593 9789706504616 9789706504630 9789706504654 9789706504678 9789706504609 9789706504623 9789706504647 9789706504661 9789706504685

(The Student’s Pack contains the Student’s Book, the Workbook and the Workbook Audio CD.)

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The Mind Series is based on the philosophy that language is a life skill – a skill for communicating and connecting with others in our everyday lives. For students to succeed in our dynamic and globalized world, they need to become competent not only in English, but also in other vital, higher-order skills that apply to their academic, professional and social lives. CENNI

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2-4

5-7

CEFR

Pre-A1

A1

A2

8-10 11-13 14-16 17-19 B1

B2

C1

C2

Skills such as critical thinking, organization, collaboration and problem solving, referred to throughout the course as lifeSkills and masterSkills, are taught in an integrated way alongside language skills, through real, relevant tasks. The four language skills are systematically developed through the detailed skills and sub-skills syllabi, combining strong communicative practice and pronunciation to create a fully balanced course. There are clear objectives for each unit, and a real drive to encourage learner independence through a wealth of components: Mind blends print materials with a resource-rich website for teachers and students, an online practice environment, and an accompanying DVD. Each level is supported by these dynamic, digital components, offering both learners and teachers resources that will empower them in the English language classroom and the real world beyond!

Consult our eCatalog at ecatalog.macmillan.mx for more information and samples.

Young Adult

Mickey Rogers, Joanne Taylore-Knowles, Steve Taylore-Knowles and Dorothy Zemach Concept development: Mariela Gil Vierma

What Makes the Mind Series Special? • This six-level course for young adults is CEFR benchmarked from true beginner (Pre-A1) to upper intermediate (B2).

• The lifeSkills and masterSkills sections train students in higher-

order skills such as critical thinking and self-awareness, while recycling the target language. • There is thorough language skills development through a graded four-skills syllabus with step-by-step formation of sub-skills. Skills are integrated and practiced in Language Use sections which focus on the communicative outcome and developing fluency. • Language and Communicative Wrap-Ups with ‘Can do’ statements and checklists encourage learner autonomy and self-assessment. • In masterMind, Independent Speaking activities develop fluency and confidence, while preparing students for exams with a speaking component. • The mindOnline companion website (p77) offers resources including a placement test, interactive activities, downloadable worksheets, and the Viewpoints videos. Teachers will benefit from digital tools such as the e-planner and test generator, and students from the interactive word lists and CEFR checklists.

It says here we have to see the activity in the workbook. Yes, it’s this one here.

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For Students Student’s Book Each unit consists of a highly photographic opener, six pages of language lessons, two pages of lifeSkills, a language wrapup and a communicative wrap-up, to ensure that learners are fully prepared and empowered to function effectively in our globalized world.

In higher levels, critical thinking is introduced directly in the unit opener, and indicated by the HOT icon.

openMind consists of four levels and focuses on developing the life skills of self-direction and learning, encouraging students to recycle and consolidate the unit vocabulary and promoting strategies to develop learner autonomy. The two levels of masterMind take into account the changing competencies, interests and skills of students, developing social and cross-cultural skills, critical thinking, and information literacy. The Reflect feature encourages students to evaluate their learning processes and emphasizes the transferability of each masterSkill. The Student’s Book contains a unique access code for the mindOnline website, www.mindseries.net.

Unit opener from masterMind Student’s Book 2

Skills sections start with a box informing students clearly what the sub-skill focus is, why it’s important, and how to apply it.

Grammar and sub-skills lessons from masterMind Student’s Book 2

Each lifeSkills or masterSkills section is introduced by a three-step summary of the approach that will be applied through the different activities in the section.

The inductive approach to grammar consists of four steps throughout the whole course: A Language in Context, B Notice, C Practice, and D Now You Do It.

Vocabulary is built up throughout every aspect of the Student’s Book, as well as in specific vocabulary sections.

The Reflect box encourages students to evaluate the learning process they have just experienced.

masterSkills from masterMind Student’s Book 2

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mindOnline for Students

mindOnline for students

Workbook & Audio CD The Workbook follows the Student’s Book organization, with practice and consolidation of the unit’s target grammar, vocabulary and sub-skills.

Young Adult

To consolidate and complement the course, interactive Student’s Book practice materials are available at www.mindseries. net, including language wrap-ups and twominute reviews, interactive word lists with pronunciation practice, reading worksheets, audio, CEFR checklists and the Viewpoints DVD. For more information about mindOnline, see p77. [Packaged with the Student’s Book]

In openMind, the last two pages of each unit include personalized activities and learner development strategies in the extra feature pages Over to You, Down Time, Mind Strategy, and My Journal; while in masterMind, the Skills Studio presents a free writing task based on a reading and a listening text with contrasting points of view. The Workbook comes with its own audio CD with the tracks for the listening tasks.

openMind Workbook 1

Mind Practice Online Each Practice Online course is divided into the same number of units as the Student’s Book and includes over 100 interactive resources for online practice, review and reference. Within each unit, resources are grouped into seven categories: language focus, grammar focus, vocabulary, listening, pronunciation, games and ‘Can do’ statements.

Consult our eCatalog at ecatalog.macmillan.mx for more information and samples.

A link at the top of the screen allows students online access to the awardwinning Macmillan English Dictionary (p116). Students can also bookmark resources and build and organize wordlists by categories. Teachers can now create classes for students to join and view their students’ gradebooks online, too.

Mind Wordlists Wordlist apps are available for purchase for each level of openMind and masterMind. Lists contain vocabulary (single words and phrases), the phonemic transcriptions, and audio recordings. Visit www.soundspronapp.com/wordlists for more information.

Macmillan Readers Upper Intermediate

pp111-112

Mind Practice Online

Macmillan English Dictionary

p116

CEFR B1 Practice Online

pp8-9

Tie-in Titles Direct to TOEFL® iBT

p92

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For Teachers

Levels Cambridge ESOL ALTE

Teacher’s Edition Interleaved, with practical and insightful procedural notes, the Teacher’s Edition offers extra activities, alternative ideas for a variety of learning styles and classroom settings, audioscripts for all listening activities, and a complete answer key. Useful extras include the Lead-in and Highlight features, Culture Notes, a recycling symbol, and Workbook prompts.

mindOnline for Teachers Teachers can access all the sections included in the Students’ area, with additional interactive materials, digital presentation alternatives, the e-Planner, extra teaching resources and worksheets, and the mindOnline Forum. Visit www.mindseries.net or see p77 for more information. [Packaged with the Teacher’s Edition]

CEFR

Mind Series

iBT

PBT/ITP

IELTS

CEP

5

C2

113-120

640-677

7.5-9.0

CAE

4

C1

92-112

590-637

6.5-7.0

FCE

3

B2

62-91

513-587

5.0-6.0

PET

2

B1

openMind 3

43-61

437-510

3.5-4.5

KET

1

A2

openMind 2

32-42

397-433

3.0

-

-

A1

openMind 1

17-31

347-393

1.0-2.0

-

-

Pre-A1

Essentials

-

-

-

masterMind 2 masterMind 1

Viewpoints DVD A free-standing DVD which can be used alongside the Mind Series, Viewpoints contains dialogs, interviews, profiles, documentaries and video diaries to practice and extend the topics in the Student’s Book. Each video is accompanied by downloadable worksheets, extensive teacher’s notes, the video script and a full answer key, available from mindOnline.

mindOnline for teachers

Test Generator Available on CD-ROM as well as on mindOnline, this software supplies teachers with a unit-by-unit bank of interactive, customizable assessment materials, including speaking activities, for openMind. Tests can be printed, saved, and edited as desired, and can be reviewed with or without answers.

Class Audio mindOnline Test Generator

The audio CD contains all the listening material for the Student’s Book.

ISBN chart Student’s Pack Workbook Pack Teacher’s Pack Class Audio CD Mind Practice Online Viewpoints DVD Test Generator CD Split Edition Student’s Pack A Student’s Pack B Workbook Pack A Workbook Pack B

Consult our eCatalog at ecatalog.macmillan.mx for more information and samples.

Essentials 1120110103480 – 1120110203494 9786074732634 1120100302817 9786074730197 –

openMind 1 1120100402043 1120100101533 1120100402340 9786074731231 1120100302633 9786074730203 (oM levels 1-3)

openMind 2 1120100402050 1120100101540 1120100202360 9786074731248 1120100302831 9786074730630 9786074732641

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1120100202384 1120100202391 1120100101670 1120100101687

1120100202513 1120100202520 1120100101694 1120100101700

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9780230419254 9780230419230 9780230418813 9780230418820

9780230419261 9780230419285 9780230418967 9780230418974

(The Student‘s Book Packs contain the Student’s Book and the website access code for mindOnline. The Essentials Student Pack also includes an integrated Workbook. The Workbook Packs contain the Workbook and the Workbook audio CD. The Teacher’s Edition Pack contains the Teacher’s Edition and the website access code for mindOnline.)

Tie-in Titles Macmillan Phrasal Verbs Plus p117

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Webinars

p123

OSE app

p5

Macmillan Books for Teachers

pp118-119

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Included in every Student’s Book

mindOnline for Students The site offers your students a valuable component to support their learning by complementing the coursebook with links to language and skills. Accessing language materials online allows your students to take their learning with them in order to better fit their timetable and learning style. Registered student members are provided with:

• bonus interactive supplementary activities; • interactive word lists with pronunciation practice; • the Viewpoints video program; • CEFR checklists.

mindOnline for Teachers The mindOnline teacher’s site offers you unique software, digital tools, and a host of other teaching resources to help you better empower your learners to achieve their desired learning outcomes. In addition, the teacher’s site also provides you with complete access to all of the online materials for students. You can use these to plan their self-study sessions, assign homework, or present new language or topics in class.

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The Mind Series companion website at www.mindseries. net provides an extensive range of additional resources for both you and your students, including a new placement test. Interactive activities, downloadable worksheets, and a host of other materials help your learners improve their English, while providing you with easy-to-use teaching tools that make the Mind Series a more flexible and engaging program. mindOnline is accessed through a unique login code at the back of every Teacher’s Edition and Student’s Book.

mindOnline for students

Unique Software The e-Planner is an online application that with a few clicks allows you to see how the Mind Series fits your teaching term. Plan your academic program with this powerful resource, save your e-plan, and revise it as needed. Plus, the e-Planner allows you to generate lesson plan templates for each hour of your teaching.

mindOnline e-Planner for teachers mindOnline Teacher’s Resource Center

Digital Tools Find new ways to present classroom materials with mindOnline: interactive presentation tools equip you with motivating ways to present grammar, elicit new language and generate interest in topics explored later in the Student’s Book. These interactive tools are IWB compatible or can be used on any laptop or computer that is linked to a projector. In addition, mindOnline also provides teachers with the mindOnline Forum, which foments interaction with fellow Mind Series teachers. With web 2.0 technologies, you are equipped to share information, exchange ideas and help each other get the most out of your teaching experiences. The mindOnline Forum is a straightforward community-based tool for the modern teacher.

www.mindseries.net

Additional Teaching Resources The mindOnline teacher’s site also offers a range of essential worksheets and teaching resources, including:

• resource pack worksheets; • presentation alternatives for the lifeSkills sections; • DVD worksheets for the Viewpoints series; • reading e-lessons; • word lists for all the course vocabulary; • grammar reference tables; • class and Workbook audio mp3. Test Generator

Includes a placement test

The openMind test generator supplies you with a unit-by-unit bank of interactive, customizable assessment materials, letting you create tests to meet your teaching needs and provide continuous, simple and effective assessment for your learners. Simply choose the number of items your learners need and let the platform do the rest. To support the underlying principles of the Mind Series, the Test Generator also offers speaking assessments.

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Young Adult

Sue Kay and Vaughan Jones, with Ceri Jones, Tania Bastow, Amanda Jeffries and Philip Kerr

New American Inside Out builds on the recognized strength and success of the original series. It combines a renewed commitment to meaningful presentation, meaningful practice, and meaningful communication; resulting in one of the most relevant and exciting general English courses available. New Inside Out is the British English version. CENNI

1

2-4

5-7

CEFR

Pre-A1

A1

A2

8-10 11-13 14-16 17-19 B1

B2

C1

C2

Sue Kay & Vaughan Jones

One of our main objectives is to ensure that the language our students spend time rehearsing in the classroom is transferable to the real world.

For Students Student’s Book The Student’s Book provides the skills, grammar and vocabulary foundation for each level. All four skills have fully developed syllabi, and the grammar presentations are inductive with a new Grammar Extra section at the back of the book for extended explanations and further practice. Lexical items are presented in context, using authentic reading texts showing how language works, with Vocabulary Extra pages at the end of every unit which explore key lexical areas such as collocation, verb patterns, and word formation. Useful Phrases sections offer functional language also recorded on the audio CD, for a complete portable language toolkit.

Consult our eCatalog at ecatalog.macmillan.mx for more information and samples.

What Makes the Inside Out Series Special? • The Inside Out series is a classroom tested course designed to develop language skills and transfer them to the real world.

• Realistic tasks help students develop listening and reading

skills through a rich selection of accessible and entertaining texts. Tasks are highly personalized to make learning meaningful and facilitate language acquisition. • A new Beginner level makes the series accessible for true beginners (Pre-A1) with no previous knowledge of English. • Expanded grammar sections (on average, two per unit) offer comprehensive coverage of key language points, and refer students to the new Grammar Extra sections at the back of the Student’s Book for extended explanations and practice. • The new Useful Phrases sections give students a language bank of functional English, with key, real-world language they need outside the classroom. • Vocabulary Extra recycles key vocabulary and provides students with a wordlist of useful vocabulary. • The new edition offers new components: the Viewpoints DVD with downloadable worksheets, and level-specific Practice Online courses for additional independent study (see pp8-9 for more information).

Student’s CD-ROM The CD-ROM offers a wealth of additional material, including interactive practice and extension activities, with particular emphasis on listening and pronunciation practice. It is suitable for use as a self-study tool at home or in the classroom.

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Levels

Workbook & Audio CD

Inside Out Practice Online This online practice environment provides homework and extra practice of the language covered for each level of the course. Students can work online on a choice of resources including language games, listening, vocabulary and pronunciation activities; practice specific grammar points; and check their progress. Teachers can now view their students’ gradebooks online, too.

CEFR

Inside Out Series

iBT

PBT/ITP

IELTS

113-120

640-677

7.5-9.0

CEP

5

C2

CAE

4

C1

Advanced

92-112

590-637

6.5-7.0

FCE

3

B2

Upper Intermediate

62-91

513-587

5.0-6.0

43-61

437-510

3.5-4.5

32-42

397-433

3.0

17-31

347-393

1.0-2.0

-

-

-

PET

2

B1

KET

1

A2

-

-

A1

-

-

pre-A1

Intermediate Pre-intermediate Elementary

Beginner

There is access to comprehensive grammar support and the online version of the awardwinning Macmillan English Dictionary (p116).

Young Adult

Cambridge ESOL ALTE

The Workbook provides a review and further practice of all the main points in the Student’s Book, a complete self-contained writing course, and two short stories. The audio CD has extra listening practice and pronunciation work.

Viewpoints DVD

For Teachers

A free-standing DVD which can be used alongside the Inside Out Series, Viewpoints contains dialogs, interviews, profiles, documentaries and video diaries to practice and extend the topics in the Student’s Book. Each video is accompanied by downloadable worksheets, teacher’s notes and the video script, available from the Macmillan website www.macmillan.com.mx and the resource site www.insideout.net.

Teacher’s Edition & Test CD This guide provides step-by-step teacher’s notes, a wide range of practical teaching tips, CEFR checklists, and a bank of extra photocopiable grammar, vocabulary, and communicative activities. The test CD contains editable tests, the recordings of the listening test activities, and the Workbook answer key.

New Inside Out Digital Only available for the British English version, the digital book features an interactive version of the complete Student’s Book on screen, allowing you to combine traditional book-based learning with all the associated multimedia assets of a digital version. You can access the audio and video content instantly and zoom in to content on-screen with no loss of quality. The Teacher’s Area allows you to create custom presentations easily, or simply adapt the provided templates to your needs. Additional game templates let you to design impressive class activities quickly and easily. New Inside Out Digital

ISBN chart

New American Inside Out Student’s Book & CD-ROM Pack Workbook & CD Pack Teacher’s Edition & Test CD Pack Class Audio CD NAIO Practice Online Viewpoints DVD Split Edition Student’s Pack A Student’s Pack B Workbook Pack A Workbook Pack B New Inside Out Student’s Book & CD-ROM Pack Workbook & CD (with Key) Workbook & CD (without Key) Teacher’s Book & Test CD Pack Class Audio CD NIO Practice Online NIO Digital IWB (single user) NIO Digital IWB (multiple user)

The software is supplied with comprehensive training material.

Beginner 9789708091398 9789708091428 9789708091459 9789708091480 1120120307328 9786074730197

Elementary 9789708091497 9789708091527 9789708091558 9789708091589 1120090300305 9786074730203

Preintermediate 1120090100059 1120090100066 1120090200049 9789706504692 1120090300312 9786074730630

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Upper Intermediate 1120100101953 1120100101960 1120100201943 9786074731835 1120100303616 9786074732146

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1120100101977 1120100101984 1120100101991 1120100102004

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9781405099493 9781405085984 9781405085991 9780230020955 9781405086004 1120090300336 9781405099509 9780230400160

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(The Student’s Pack contains the Student’s Book and the Student’s CD-ROM. The Workbook Pack contains the Workbook and the Workbook Audio CD. The Teacher’s Pack contains the Teacher’s Edition and the Test CD.)

Macmillan Literature Collections

p113

Macmillan Collocations Dictionary

p117

CAE Testbuilder

p91

Sounds Pronunciation app

p5

Resource Site The magazine-style website at www.insideout.net has specific New American Inside Out content, including Viewpoints DVD video samples and worksheets, the latest online material, CEFR checklists, anecdote activities, and e-lessons. You can also find information on New Inside Out, including components and ISBNs.

Class Audio CD The class CDs contain all the dialogs and listening activities from the Student’s Book, including recordings of the songs.

Tie-in Titles Academic English Practice Online

pp8-9

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Lindsay Clandfield, Amanda Jeffries, Jackie McAvoy, Kate Pickering and Rebecca Robb Benne

Global is a pioneering six-level general English course, taking adult learners from Beginner to Advanced level. It is information-rich, sophisticated in both presentation and approach, with international appeal, combining challenging content, intelligent topics and cross-cultural awareness, and features none of the celebrity-driven lifestyle content often found in typical general English courses for adults. CENNI

1

2-4

5-7

CEFR

Pre-A1

A1

A2

8-10 11-13 14-16 17-19 B1

B2

C1

C2

Global is a true multimedia course, with a number of digital components integrated into the course structure. It takes full advantage of the learning possibilities opened up with the combination of book and multimedia content.

What Makes Global Special? • Global contains a high proportion of authentic texts, which,

like the course topics, are sophisticated and information-rich, chosen to appeal to the intellect of both the adult learner and teacher. • Today, English is just as often used for communication between second language speakers. The Global Voices sections give students the opportunity to listen to a range of authentic recordings of both native and non-native English speakers. • Global English sections provide extra reading practice with texts written especially for the course by David Crystal, worldrenowned expert on the English language. • The revolutionary eWorkbook features interactive activities, printable worksheets and extra authentic audio and video materials which can be downloaded to an mp3 or video player for learning on the go. • The comprehensive Teacher’s Book contains everything you need to teach with Global, including a range of specialist methodology essays written by well-known and award-winning ELT authors. • The unique Global website at www.macmillanenglish.com/ global is a free resource site and community hub for teachers.

The Global approach is fully aware of the needs of today’s learners, and places an emphasis on effective communication in English between both native and non-native speakers. Global helps users to learn English, to learn about English and to learn through English, and is the ideal course for students who want to communicate in a global environment.

David Crystal

A language becomes a global language because of the power of the people who speak it. But power means different things at different times. English first became international because of political power, military power, the power of the British Empire. A century later, there was the power of science, of technology, the industrial revolution, Then economic power. Money talks, always, and the language it was talking in the 19th Century was English. In the 20th Century, we have cultural power, with English being the language of the vast majority of the inventions that make modern society what it is. So it’s English turning up in the right place at the right time! Professor David Crystal is arguably the world’s foremost expert on the English language, especially the use of global English. He has written the Global English sections specially for the course.

Tie-in Titles

Macmillan Literature Collections

p113

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Macmillan English Dictionary

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Levels Cambridge ESOL ALTE

CEFR

CEP

5

C2

CAE

4

C1

FCE

3

B2

PET

2

B1

KET

1

A2

-

-

A1

-

-

pre-A1

Advanced Academic English MPO

pp8-9

Global

iBT

PBT/ITP

IELTS

113-120

640-677

7.5-9.0

Advanced

92-112

590-637

6.5-7.0

Upper Intermediate

62-91

513-587

5.0-6.0

43-61

437-510

3.5-4.5

32-42

397-433

3.0

17-31

347-393

1.0-2.0

-

-

-

Intermediate Pre-intermediate Elementary Beginner

400 Ideas for Interactive Whiteboards

p118

For Students The topics throughout the Coursebook have been chosen to appeal to an adult learner’s curiosity, and to reflect material that they would naturally read for pleasure in their native language. Critical thinking skills are promoted through the choice of topics and the way the texts are exploited. Learners are asked to engage with the material at much more than just a superficial ‘language’ level.

Global Pre-intermediate Coursebook

Global has a strong emphasis on literary sources, featuring a wide variety of reading texts from a range of well-known classic and critically acclaimed contemporary authors.

A focus on sounds, stress and intonation is included. Pronunciation is integrated into the language points of the lesson, helping students to achieve international intelligibility.

Useful Language (vocabulary) and Useful Phrases (constructions) provide support for a wide variety of speaking tasks.

Short grammar explanations with contextualized and meaningful practice are followed by a cross reference to the Grammar Focus sections at the back of the book, offering further explanation and grammar practice.

Young Adult

Coursebook

Function Globally sections in each unit cover frequent functional and situational language that is immediately useful outside the classroom.

Global Intermediate Coursebook

Short grammar explanations with contextualized and meaningful practice are followed by a cross reference to the Grammar Focus sections at the back of the book, offering further explanation and grammar practice. The Study Skills section in each unit focuses on a particular language learning skill or strategy.

Informal language and idioms are introduced and discussed throughout Global.

Structured preparation tasks, useful language and paired activities guide students towards production of a final piece of writing.

Global Upper Intermediate Coursebook

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Young Adult

eWorkbook The innovative eWorkbook (packaged with the Coursebook) represents an evolution in self-study materials. Within a rich multimedia environment it provides a wealth of resources for the learner, enabling them to continue their studies at their own pace, in their own time, and allowing the flexibility of traditional pen-andpaper learning and electronic study.

Key Features • Listening and video materials, including video content from the

BBC Worldwide documentary archive, can be viewed on a computer or downloaded to portable devices such as iPods for on the go study, signifying even more listening and pronunciation practice. • There is a large bank of interactive grammar and language practice activities. • How To sections focus on specific topics such as writing skills. • Printable worksheets offer further study and practice. • SCORM-compatible content: all of the eWorkbook content can be integrated directly with Learning Management Systems such as Moodle and Blackboard. Contact your local Macmillan representative for more information.

Lindsay Clandfield

In every lesson it is the authors’ hope that the learners and teacher will explore and learn something new. We included content that avoided the light lifestyle stories and celebrity focus. Our learners are adults, and Global treats them that way no matter what level of English proficiency they have. Lindsay also co-wrote the successful Straightforward series (pp84-85) and retold Owl Hall, a fantastic, multimedia Macmillan Reader experience (p105).

Global Pre-intermediate eWorkbook

Business Class eWorkbook This new component offers a business-related alternative to the existing eWorkbook, for learners who need additional language in business English: for example, in general English courses of tertiary level or communication courses where students want added business content. This groundbreaking eWorkbook can either act as a supplement to the Global Coursebook or as a stand-alone self-study business English course. In addition to the existing content of the original eWorbook, there are:

• ten new business-related videos and worksheets; • further business-related vocabulary and Work Globally activities, which offer functional language for the workplace;

• reading and writing downloadables.

On the Go Study

There is a wide variety of extra authentic listening and video material included on the eWorkbook. Students can load the files on their mp3 or video player and study and review on the go.

Here it is. I already downloaded it.

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Global Voices

Today, English is just as often used for communication between L2 speakers, and this is recognized throughout Global. The Global Voices sections give students the opportunity to listen to a range of authentic recordings of both native and non-native English speakers.

For Teachers Resource CD

The comprehensive Global Teacher’s Book pack contains a wide range of materials for teachers, including background information and language notes, extra reading tasks, lesson plans, answer keys and ideas for adapting global activities to local contexts. There are also specialist essays focusing on key aspects of language teaching, written by a range of well-known and award-winning ELT guest authors and teacher trainers.

The Teacher’s Book comes with a Teacher’s Resource CD which contains photocopiable worksheets, with a mixture of unit-specific and more general activities. The CD also contains tests for use with Global.

Class Audio CD The Global class audio CDs contain the audio for classroom use to accompany the course.

Global Digital A digital version of Global allows you to display the Coursebook pages while also making all of the associated multimedia assets (audio, video, interactive activities) instantly accessible. It features a complete set of tools for working with and creating content in the Teacher’s Area: for example, digital games can easily be customized with your own content, but require minimal preparation time.

Global Advanced Digital

Young Adult

Teacher’s Book

The software is platform independent, meaning Global Digital can be used with any make of interactive whiteboard or projector and laptop combination.

Global Resource Site Alongside all the standard resources teachers have come to expect from a course website, the unique Global site at www.macmillanenglish.com/global features:

• the Teaching Tips Blog – a regularly updated blog with ideas and tips for using Global in the classroom;

• the Author Blog – regular posts from Global authors,

with videos from conferences and workshops, cultural information to use in class, travel reports and more; • Global Bloggers – a community blog written by practicing ELT teachers across the globe, focusing on real-life issues in the ELT classroom; • weekly eLessons, including photocopiable worksheets and teacher’s notes.

Global Resource Site

ISBN chart Coursebook Coursebook & eWorkbook Pack Workbook & CD (with Key) Workbook & CD (without Key) Business eWorkbook Teacher’s Book & Resource Pack Class Audio CD Digital IWB (single user) Digital IWB (multiple user)

Beginner 9780230 032828 9780230032859 9780230430181 9780230430198 9780230032897 9780230032866 9780230032903 9780230407695

Elementary 9780230032910 9780230032941 9780230430211 9780230430228 9780230032989 9780230032958 9780230032996 9780230407701

Preintermediate 9780230033092 9780230033122 9780230430242 9780230430259 9780230443754 9780230033160 9780230033139 9780230033177 9780230407718

Intermediate 9780230033009 9780230033030 9780230430280 9780230430273 9780230443778 9780230033078 9780230033047 9780230033085 9780230407725

Upper Intermediate 9780230033184 9780230033214 9780230430310 9780230430303 9780230443792 9780230033252 9780230033221 9780230033269 9780230407732

Advanced 9780230033276 9780230033306 9780230430334 9780230430341 9780230444638 9780230033344 9780230033313 9780230033351 9780230407671

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Young Adult

Philip Kerr, Lindsay Clandfield, Ceri Jones, Roy Norris and Jim Scrivener

Topics, articles and images have been up-dated to make sure your classroom is still relevant for today’s world, while digital components, such as interactive whiteboard and online practice material, offer a more blended solution to teaching with Straightforward. And what’s more, as a teacher, you can monitor your students’ progress online! CENNI

1

2-4

5-7

CEFR

Pre-A1

A1

A2

8-10 11-13 14-16 17-19 B1

B2

C1

C2

What Makes the Straightforward Series Special?

Philip Kerr

• The supporting interactive whiteboard material projects the entire Student’s

Feedback to the first edition of Straightforward has been so positive that we didn’t want to make major changes for a new edition. We’ve replaced and improved a number of the reading and listening texts, but the greatest enhancement is the addition of extra features to make teachers’ lives easier. For many people, I imagine, the most exciting addition will be the interactive whiteboard version, but the new website is also excellent.

Book onto the big screen and embeds all the audio, video, answers and a host of games. • Each Workbook has a dedicated writing course, and a partial Macmillan Reader for the relevant level at the back of the book. • The comprehensive Teacher’s Book now contains a Teacher’s Resource Disc which includes twelve 2-3 min video clips of authentic footage from the BBC and ITN (UK television networks) per level, and new methodology videos from Jim Scrivener’s Learning Teaching Third Edition (see p118). • A new online practice component is now accessible through a code in the Student’s Book, available via the website and including a new interactive word list with pronunciation, over 130 interactive activities per level, and a markbook facility that teachers can link to and follow students’ progress. • The resource website offers additional reading texts and teaching support: www.macmillanstraightforward.com

For Students Student’s Book Includes integrated language input, skills practice and oral work. One lesson in each unit focuses on functional/ situational language, while the last spread of each unit consists of a language and grammar reference section and a wordlist. Includes the selfstudy CD-ROM.

Workbook Offers practice material for each Student’s Book lesson, including extra reading lessons and a self-contained writing course for classroom or selfstudy use. An audio CD includes dictation exercises.

Straightforward Pre-intermediate Student’s Book

Straightforward Practice Online Accessed through a code in the back of the Student’s Book, this online component offers over 130 resources, including interactive listening, vocabulary, reading, grammar, functional language and pronunciation activities. There is also new video material from two UK television networks with follow up activities, and interactive word lists with pronunciation and ‘email-me-practice’ functionality. Teachers can also monitor students’ progress by linking up with their classes.

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Straightforward Wordlists Wordlist apps are available for each level of Straightforward Second Edition. Lists contain vocabulary (single words and phrases), the phonemic transcriptions, and audio recordings. Visit www.soundspronapp.com/ wordlists for more information.

Levels Cambridge ESOL ALTE

Straightforward

CEFR

PBT/ITP

IELTS

113-120

640-677

7.5-9.0

CEP

5

C2

CAE

4

C1

Advanced

92-112

590-637

6.5-7.0

FCE

3

B2

Upper Intermediate

62-91

513-587

5.0-6.0

43-61

437-510

3.5-4.5

32-42

397-433

3.0

17-31

347-393

1.0-2.0

-

-

-

Intermediate

PET

2

B1

KET

1

A2

-

-

A1

-

-

pre-A1

Pre-intermediate Elementary Beginner

Class Audio CD

Digital IWB

Contains the class listening material.

Straightforward Digital allows you to display the Student’s Book pages while also making all of the associated multimedia assets (audio, video, interactive activities) instantly accessible. It features a complete set of tools for working with and creating content in the Teacher’s Area, and is platform independent, meaning it can be used with any make of interactive whiteboard or with a simple projector and laptop combination.

Resource Site For samples from the Straightforward guides, interactive e-lessons on You Tube™, CEFR checklists, downloadable roleplays, placement tests and more, visit www.macmillanenglish.com/ straightforward

ISBN chart

Straightforward Second Edition Student’s Book Student’s Book & MPO Pack Workbook & CD (with Key) Workbook & CD (without Key) Teacher’s Book & Resource Pack Class Audio CD Digital IWB (single user) Digital IWB (multiple user)

Beginner 9780230422957 9780230424449 9780230422971 9780230422964 9780230423015 9780230423022 9780230424166 9780230424159

Elementary 9780230423053 9780230424456 9780230423060 9780230423077 9780230423114 9780230423121 9780230424227 9780230424210

Preintermediate 9780230414006 9780230424463 9780230423169 9780230423152 9780230423206 9780230423220 9780230424272 9780230424289

Macmillan Readers Upper Intermediate & Advanced

Intermediate 9780230423244 9780230424470 9780230423268 9780230423251 9780230423305 9780230423329 9780230424340 9780230424333

Teacher’s Book Written by Jim Scrivener, it includes easy-tofollow procedural notes, ideas for extra activities, an answer key and audioscripts. Methodology Builders offer useful teaching ideas and practical advice, while the integrated resource pack provides over 50 photocopiable activities with teacher’s notes. Accompanying CDs include editable tests and audio materials with extra listening tasks. There are CEFR checklists for every unit in the Student’s Book.

Upper Intermediate 9780230423343 9780230424487 9780230423350 9780230423367 9780230423404 9780230423428 9780230424395 9780230424401

Macmillan Collocations Dictionary

pp111-113

For Teachers

p117

Advanced 9780230423442 9780230424494 9780230423466 9780230423459 9780230423503 9780230423510 9780230423589 9780230423596

Young Adult

iBT

Consult our eCatalog at ecatalog.macmillan.mx for more information and samples.

Tie-in Titles

Language Practice Series

Uncovering EAP

p119

p93

Philip Kerr, Lindsay Clandfield, Ceri Jones, Roy Norris and Jim Scrivener CENNI

1

2-4

5-7

CEFR

Pre-A1

A1

A2

Straightforward is a flexible, six-level course based on observation of what good teachers really do in the classroom. The course takes adult and young adult learners from beginner to advanced level. Topics are introduced through a personalized speaking task and vocabulary is presented and practiced in context.

8-10 11-13 14-16 17-19 B1

B2

C1

C2

ISBN chart

Straightforward Original Edition Student’s Book & CD-ROM Pack Workbook & CD (with Key) Workbook & CD (without Key) Teacher’s Book & Resource Pack Class Audio CD Portfolio Straightforward Practice Online

Beginner 9780230020764 9781405075169 9781405075176 9781405075428 9781405010566 9781405095822 1120090302583

Elementary 9780230020771 9781405075190 9781405075206 9781405075459 9781405010788 9781405095808 1120090302934

Preintermediate 9780230020795 9781405075251 9781405075268 9781405075480 9781405010627 9781405095815 1120090302590

Intermediate 9780230020788 9781405075220 9781405075237 9781405075510 9781405010702 9781405095839 1120090302606

Upper Intermediate 9780230020801 9781405075282 9781405075299 9781405075541 9781405010931 9781405095846 1120090302613

Advanced 9780230021471 9781405075312 9781405075329 9781405075572 9781405010863 9781405095853 1120090302620

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Benchmarks CEFR Common European Framework of Reference

Exams

CENNI Certificación Nacional de Nivel de Idioma

DTES®

TOEFL®

Diagnostic Test for English Students

Test of English as a Foreign Language

E/1

iBT

2

3

PBT/ ITP

TOEIC Bridge™ Test of English for International Communication Listening

Reading

10-45

10-45

46-63

46-69

IELTS International English Language Testing System

Cambridge ESOL Young Learners English General English

0 Pre-A1

1

A1

2-4

5-7

347-393

Starters

1-2.5

Movers

Flyers

32-42

397-433

64-83

70-85

3-3.5 KET Key English Test

DTES 2

A2

17-31

DTES 1 / DTES Elementary

Exam Resources

Quick Reference Exams Chart

8-10

B2

4-5

PET Preliminary English Test

513-587

5.5-6

FCE First Certificate in English

92-112

590-637

6.5-7

CAE Certificate of Advanced English

113-120

640-677

7.5-9

CEP Cambridge English: Proficiency

43-61

437-510

11-13

62-91

C1

14-16

C2

17-19

84-90

86-90

DTES 3

B1

20

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Macmillan Materials Coursebooks

Student’s ability at this language level consists of the following:

Knowledge of the language is limited to the understanding of a few isolated words

Exam Resources

School

Young Learners English Practice Tests Starters

Bounce Now 1-3 Next Stop 1 English World 1

openMind Essentials Inside Out Series Beginner

Young Learners English Practice Tests Movers

Bounce Now 4-6 Next Stop 2-4 English World 2-4 Footprints 1-3 Take Shape 1-2 Brainwave 1 Macmillan Mathematics 1 Macmillan Science 1

O2 1 New Trends 1 openMind 1 Attitude Starter Straightforward Beginner Inside Out Series Beginner Global Beginner & Elementary

Able to understand and use familiar everyday expressions Capable of carrying out simple personal introductions of both oneself and others Able to ask and answer simple questions and give basic personal information Can interact on a basic level, using familiar vocabulary and functions

Hot Spot 1-2 Insights 1-2 Mega 1 Inspiration Series 1 Young Learners English Practice Tests Flyers

Next Stop 5-6 English World 5-6 Footprints 4-5 Take Shape 2-3 Brainwave 2-3 Macmillan Mathematics 2-3 Macmillan Science 2-3

KET for Schools Testbuilder KET Testbuilder Elementary Language Practice TOEFL® Preparation Course

English World 7 Footprints 6 Take Shape 4 Brainwave 3-4 Macmillan Mathematics 3-4 Macmillan Science 3-4 Hot Spot 3 Insights 3-4 Mega 2 Inspiration Series 2 Gateway A2

Ready for PET PET for Schools Testbuilder PET Testbuilder PET Practice Online Intermediate Language Practice Testbuilder for TOEFL® iBT Direct to TOEFL® iBT TOEFL® Preparation Course IELTS Testbuilder

English World 8-10 Take Shape 5-6 Brainwave 4-6 Macmillan Mathematics 4-6 Macmillan Science 4-6

Gateway B2 & B2+ Laser B2 & B2+ Code B2 & B2+

Capable of grasping the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics Able to interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity with native speakers without dialog being strained for either party Can produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and express points of view on a topical issue

Ready for FCE First Certificate Testbuilder Direct to FCE FCE Practice Online First Certificate Language Practice TOEIC® Practice Online TOEFL® Practice Online Testbuilder for TOEFL® iBT Direct to TOEFL® iBT TOEFL® Preparation Course IELTS Foundation IELTS Testbuilder Direct to IELTS

Capable of understanding a wide range of challenging, longer texts, and able to recognize and interpret implied meaning Capable of fluent and spontaneous expression, without the obvious need for paraphrasing Able to use language flexibly and effectively in a variety of social, academic and professional contexts

Ready for CAE CAE Testbuilder CAE Practice Online Advanced Language Practice TOEIC® Practice Online TOEFL® Practice Online TOEFL® Preparation Course IELTS Graduation Direct to IELTS

Able to exchange very basic information on familiar topics Capable of carrying out simple communicative tasks Can describe simple aspects of his/her background Able to make simple requests

Able to understand the key aspects of clear written or spoken information about familiar topics relating to work, school and leisure activities Able to produce simple connected text on topics which are familiar or of personal interest Capable of describing experiences and events and of making plans Able to deal with situations related to travel and tourism in the language

Can understand almost everything heard or read with ease Capable of reconstructing arguments and accounts in a coherent manner Capable of expressing oneself spontaneously, fluently and in a precise manner Proficient in differentiating finer shades of meaning

Young Adult

Hot Spot 4-5 Mega 3-4 Insights 5-6 Inspiration Series 3-4 Gateway B1-B1+

Exam Resources

Description of Levels

O2 2-3 New Trends 2-3 openMind 2 Attitude 1-2 Straightforward Elementary Inside Out Series Elementary Global Elementary & Preintermediate The Business Pre-intermediate In Company Second Edition Elementary

O2 4 New Trends 4-5 openMind 3 Attitude 3-4 Straightforward Pre-intermediate & Intermediate Inside Out Series Preintermediate & Intermediate Global Pre-intermediate & Intermediate The Business Intermediate In Company Second Edition Pre-intermediate & Intermediate masterMind 1-2 Attitude 4-5 Straightforward Upper Intermediate Inside Out Series Upper Intermediate Global Upper Intermediate The Business Upper Intermediate In Company Second Edition Upper Intermediate

Straightforward Advanced Inside Out Series Advanced Global Advanced The Business Advanced

CE Proficiency Practice Online Advanced Language Practice Proficiency Testbuilder

Able to use the language at the level of an educated native speaker

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Young Learners English Practice Tests

Sandra Fox and Bryan Stephens

The Cambridge ESOL Young Learners English Tests are often a child’s first experience of exams and the emphasis is very much on making the experience a positive one. This is reflected in our beautifully illustrated practice tests for each of the Cambridge ESOL YLE Exams: Starters, Movers and Flyers. Practical activity ideas combine with typical test-style exercises to create the perfect bridge between coursebook and exam. CENNI

1

2-4

5-7

CEFR

Pre-A1

A1

A2

8-10 11-13 14-16 17-19 B1

B2

C1

C2

Key features • Each book includes four practice tests, one for each language skill. • The series is written by highly experienced YL teachers and examiners. • Double-page speaking pictures give children the opportunity to practice speaking in an authentic context.

• Easy-to-use, downloadable Teacher’s Notes guide teachers through the exam

and provide extra activities and ideas for presenting and practicing language. They are available free from www.macmillanenglish.com/exams.

Young Learners English

Young Learners English

Young Learners English

P RAC T IC E T EST S

P RAC T IC E T EST S

P RAC T IC E TESTS

Teacher’s Notes

Teacher’s Notes

Teacher’s Notes

Sandra Fox

Sandra Fox

Bryan Stephens

Young Learners English Practice Tests Teacher’s Notes

Unique picture spread offers authentic speaking test experience.

Test 1 | Speaking

Extra activities for the speaking poster and ideas for ways to use it are available in the Teacher’s Notes.

Test 1 | Speaking

Young Learners English Starters Practice Tests 16

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Beautiful illustrations create a fun and visual approach to exams.

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ISBN chart

Young Learners English Starters Practice Tests

Starters

Movers

17

Flyers

Student’s Book & 9780230412255 9780230409972 9780230407077 Audio CD Pack

Laser

Exam Resources

Malcolm Mann and Steve Taylore-Knowles

This new edition of Laser is now a five-level course, with two additional levels A1+ and A2, designed to cater to younger exam students. It is the perfect preparation for teenagers working towards school-leaving exams and the Cambridge ESOL KET, PET and FCE exams. CENNI

1

2-4

5-7

CEFR

Pre-A1

A1+

A2

8-10 11-13 14-16 17-19 B1

B2

C1

C2 Laser Student’s Book A1+

This vibrant, topic-based course integrates development of the key reading, writing, listening and speaking skills, while regular revision sections check continuous progress. Each Student’s Book comes with a CD-ROM that reinforces the structures and vocabulary learned in each unit, while the Workbooks are complete with Audio CDs making them ideal for homework, and the Teacher’s Books are packaged with a DVD-ROM including teacher-training videos and a page-faithful version of the Student’s Book with integrated audio.

Consult our eCatalog at ecatalog.macmillan.mx for more information and samples.

ISBN chart Student’s Book & CD-ROM Pack Workbook & CD (with Key) Workbook & CD (without Key) Teacher’s Book & DVD-ROM Pack Class Audio CD

A1+ 9780230424609 9780230424616 9780230424623 9780230424661 9780230424678

A2 9780230424739 9780230424746 9780230424753 9780230424814 9780230424821

B1 9780230433526 9780230433533 9780230433540 9780230433601 9780230433618

B1+ 9780230433670 9780230433687 9780230433694 9780230433755 9780230433762

B2 9780230433823 9780230433830 9780230433847 9780230433908 9780230433915

Code Rosemary Aravanis, Stuart Cochrane, Michele Crawford, Rob Nicholas and George Vassilakis

This blended-learning course for teenagers aims to build up general English skills while gently easing students into more tailored PET and FCE exam practice. The interactive and digital elements appeal to and motivate teenage learners. Code is ideal for teenagers preparing for exit exams. CENNI

1

2-4

5-7

CEFR

Pre-A1

A1

A2

8-10 11-13 14-16 17-19 B1

B2

C1

C2

What makes Code special? • Code Practice Online has over 100 online interactive resources for each level, accessed through a code in the Workbook Plus.

• Easy-to-use interactive whiteboard material brings the book to life and motivates the class.

• The lexical and grammatical syllabus is based on the Threshold and Vantage levels of the CEFR.

• The course is challenging enough for stronger students, yet enables weaker students to progress with confidence.

• Writing banks, speaking files and grammar sections provide invaluable

reference tools, with regular review sections. • The Workbook continues the cross-curricular topics in the Student’s Book and includes six CLIL lessons. • The Teacher’s Book includes comprehensive teaching notes, a CD containing editable tests, and a resource pack with communicative practice of language and skills for each unit, in addition to a ‘Can do’ self-evaluation table for use after each unit.

ISBN chart Student’s Book Workbook Plus with MPO & CD Pack Teacher‘s Book & Editable Test Pack Audio CD IWB Material

Code Practice Online B1

B1+

B2

9789604472857 9789604472932 9789604473137 9789604472864 9789604472949 9789604473144 9789604472871 9789604472956 9789604473151 9789604472918 9789604472994 9789604473199 9789604472895 9789604472970 9789604473175

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Exam Resources

Ready for... Series Ready for PET

Ready for IELTS

Nick Kenny and Anne Kelly

Sam McCarter

CENNI

1

2-4

5-7

CEFR

Pre-A1

A1

A2

8-10 11-13 14-16 17-19 B1

B2

C1

C2

CENNI

1

2-4

5-7

CEFR

Pre-A1

A1

A2

8-10 11-13 14-16 17-19 B1

B2

C1

IELTS band 5.5-7

Ready for PET is a motivating short course ideal for students planning to take the Cambridge Preliminary English Test exam.

The IELTS preparation course builds on the successful elements of the Ready for… Series to ensure students aiming for IELTS bands 5.5-7 are ready for success! All four skills are systematically developed and practiced in each unit, while in-depth exam training is presented in special help boxes. There is a complete IELTS grammar syllabus, and vocabulary and word building skills make up a key part of the course.

The CD-ROM with the Coursebook contains six extra practice tests, in the style of the new computerbased PET exam, for students to improve their exam technique. Ideal for use in class and at home.

Key features • The Coursebook contains 10 topic-based units.

• Tip boxes offer exam advice on how to tackle each question. • New examples of students’ writing are annotated with

Key features

examiners’ comments.

• There is a two-page review section at the end of each

Coursebook.

• Ready for... units focus on each IELTS exam paper,

unit with exam style tasks.

• New practice tests are included in the back of the

giving extra support and tips.

• Extra listening material is provided on the Audio CD. • The with key edition provides a full answer key, audioscripts

• There is a special emphasis on word building,

collocations, phrasal verbs, paraphrasing and synonyms, with a complete grammar reference section. • Model answers, graded by an examiner, provide excellent support for writing. • The Teacher’s Book comes with five photocopiable revision tests and a full final test in IELTS format, each including a listening test. • The accompanying CD-ROM offers further practice of For more information about the all exam papers. different MPOs available for exam practice, see p94.

and sample answers for the writing tasks.

Ready for FCE Roy Norris CENNI

1

2-4

5-7

CEFR

Pre-A1

A1

A2

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Revised and updated for the new exam, Ready for FCE is a comprehensive course which offers thorough preparation for the Cambridge First Certificate in English exam, to ensure that students will be fully prepared and confident.

Ready for CAE Roy Norris with Amanda French

Key features • Each unit contains a review section

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Ready for CAE offers thorough preparation for the new Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English exam.

with exam-style tasks.

• Ready For... units focus on each paper in the FCE exam.

• There is an extensive Ready for Writing section with model answers.

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and phrasal verbs.

• A review section in each unit

• Special emphasis is placed on word-building, collocations

contains exam-style tasks.

• Listening scripts are included.

• Ready For... units focus on each paper in the CAE exam.

• An extensive Ready for Writing

section includes model answers.

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• There is varied speaking practice

throughout, including a complete speaking test.

• Language Focus sections offer analysis of main grammar areas at advanced level.

• Vocabulary Slots place special emphasis on collocation.

• A grammar reference section and listening scripts are included at the back of the Coursebook.

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Jake Allsop, Rosemary Aravanis, Judith Ash, Tricia Aspinall, Anthea Bazin, Jessica Beck, Elaine Boyd, Sarah Dymond, Amanda French, Liz Gallivan, Mark Harrison, Nick Kenny, Lucrecia Luque-Mortimer, Sam McCarter, Bryan Stephens and Pamela Vittorio

For more information about the different MPOs available for exam practice, see p94.

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The Macmillan Testbuilders are designed to improve confidence, exam performance and language competence at the various Cambridge exam levels: the Key English Test, the Preliminary English Test, the Business English Certificate exam, the First Certificate in English, the Certificate of Advanced English, the Certificate of Proficiency in English, and the IELTS exam; as well as the TOEFL® iBT and TOEIC® exams.

Advice and examples are given about how to answer specific question types.

Key features of every Testbuilder • Four complete practice tests reflect the level and range of task types from the exam.

• Further practice and guidance sections contain test-specific

exercises to develop exam technique and encourage students to think about what constitutes a correct answer. • Common problem areas are focused on. • There is a guided analysis of sample answers. • An audio CD is packaged inside. • A complete answer key is included, with easy-to-use explanations as to how and why the model answer is right and the others are wrong (in the with key editions).

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KET for Schools Testbuilder Practical tips and language suggestions show how to tackle the tasks in the exams.

Visual material has the same format used in the real exams.

KET KET for PET PET for BEC BEC BEC Schools Schools Preliminary Vantage Higher 9781405069762 9780230407114 9781405063012 9780230407121 9781405018333 9781405018364 9780230717039 9780230409699 – 9781405063029 – – – – New FCE TOEFL® iBT IELTS 1 IELTS 2 CAE Proficiency 9780230727892 9780230409712 9781405014045 9780230028852 9780230727946 9780230436923 9780230727908 – – – 9780230727953 9780230436930

IELTS Exam Materials IELTS Foundation

IELTS Graduation

Joanne Gakonga, Andrew Preshous and Rachael Roberts

Mark Allen, Debra Powell and Dickie Dolby

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Written by teachers with extensive experience of lower-level IELTS students, IELTS Foundation provides a complete package for students who are training towards bands 4-6. This accessible course is built on classroom-tested material so students can be confident of a focused route through exam training.

IELTS band 5.5-7.5

A comprehensive course for students aiming for an IELTS score between 5.5-7.5. The 14 topic-based units provide clear and practical information on all sections of the exam, as well as developing all the required skills to improve students’ IELTS scores.

IELTS Skills Apps The IELTS Skills App series covers all four skills, providing authentic exam-type practice activities, including a virtual examiner and an interactive ‘Can do’ statements section. For more information, see p5.

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The TOEFL® Preparation Course helps students practice the language skills and test-taking strategies they need for success in the paperbased TOEFL® exam (Test of English as a Foreign Language). The diagnostic test and score conversion tables allow students to monitor their progress and concentrate on improving weaker areas. Two full practice tests are included and a companion volume of five Practice Tests is also available.

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Preparation Coursebook (with key) Practice Tests 2nd Edition Practice Tests Self-Study Pack Preparation Coursebook CDs (3) Practice Tests CDs (2)

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Direct to… Series Direct to TOEFL® iBT Lin Lougheed Direct to TOEFL® iBT is a contemporary, compact and accessible preparation course that combines print and online components. It takes a four-skills, strategy-based approach to TOEFL® preparation ideal for adults and young adults who are hoping to study at universities where American English is used. A website component includes three online TOEFL® iBT practice tests for a truly authentic test experience. Each student can access the website through their own unique code found at the back of the Student’s Book.

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Key features • This streamlined course offers 100 hours of practice, plus 12 hours of practice tests on the website.

• Short, easy-to-access texts are written by subject specialists. • Essential study skills practice helps students to tackle TOEFL® iBT task types with confidence.

• Structured, step-by-step skills practice spells out exactly what students need to do to score well.

• Tip boxes reinforce strategies for scoring well. • A website component includes three online practice tests, as

well as mp3 audio files, audio scripts and an answer key for the Student’s Book material.

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Student’s Book & Website Pack 9780230409910

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Key features Direct to FCE is a short, concise and practical course that combines print and online materials to efficiently prepare students for the new, computer-based FCE exam. An accompanying website contains four computer-based tests and downloadable workbook-style material accessed through a unique code found at the back of the Student’s Book. Written by FCE experts, this is a foolproof fast track to FCE confidence.

• The course is short and compact to suit those who have a limited time to study for their IELTS exam.

• Eight topic-based units cover all the skills required for the academic module of the IELTS exam, plus grammar and vocabulary build-up.

• A Writing Bank provides detailed and focused practice including all

task types found in the writing exam and annotated model answers

• The website includes four computer-based practice tests, written by an experienced exam writer, as well as downloadable worksheets to accompany the Student’s Book.

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Direct to IELTS is a compact course which efficiently prepares students for all papers of the Academic IELTS exam. The website contains four computer-based practice tests and downloadable workbook-style material, accessed through a unique and individual code found at the back of the Student’s Book. Written by an IELTS expert, this is a foolproof, fasttrack to IELTS confidence.

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FCE Student’s Book & Website Pack (with key) 9780230414679 Student’s Book & Website Pack (without key) 9780230419216 Teacher’s Book 9780230409576 Class Audio CDs 9780230409583 (The Teacher’s Book includes website access in Direct to IELTS.)

Key features • The course is short and compact, with 120 hours maximum and only three

components (Student’s Book and Website Pack, Teacher’s Book and audio CDs).

• 10 topic-based units cover all the skills required for the computer-based FCE exam, plus grammar and vocabulary build up.

• A Writing Bank provides detailed and focused practice including all task types found in the writing exam and annotated model answers.

• Help and Remember boxes help students with the key areas of the FCE exam. • A website component includes four complete computer-based practice tests, written by an experienced examiner.

Language Practice Series

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• Clear and easy-to-understand grammar explanations

• Includes exam-style exercises for the KET exam

• Regular revision units • Units on learning and practicing topic-

What Makes the Language Practice Series Special? • The Language Practice Series has been fully updated to

meet the new exam format. It gives extensive practice of the questions from each of the four written exam papers. • There is special emphasis given to developing and practicing problem areas of phrasal verbs. • At each practice stage, all the grammar is clearly explained and there is a grammar index for extra support. • 25 revision tests help students check their understanding of the vocabulary and grammar points presented. • The CD-ROM offers the opportunity to practice for both the paper and online exam. There are also personal progress checks, so improvement can be monitored. It is interactive whiteboard compatible, making it practical for language lab or whole class use. • Each level is available with or without answer key, making the series ideal for classroom work or independent study.

Exam Resources

Michael Vince An in-depth, detailed approach to English grammar and vocabulary, each title is a combination of two books, with grammar clearly presented in the first half, and vocabulary input and practice offered in the second half. It is a thorough and comprehensive series that ensures students’ confidence with language through the progressive levels.

related vocabulary

• Units on English spelling rules

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• Over 30 units of grammar

explanations and exercises • Regular progress tests and a final test • Vocabulary units focusing on phrasal verbs, prepositions, particles and collocations • Includes exam-style exercises for the updated FCE exam

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• Wide range of exercise types • Includes exam-style exercises

for the new revised PET exam

• Units developing and practicing topic-related vocabulary

• Units focused on spelling and pronunciation

• Regular progress tests

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challenge CAE and proficiency students, with updated exam-style exercises • Units developing and practicing topicrelated vocabulary and phrasal verbs • Regular progress tests for consolidation • Units containing grammar explanation and practice • Units working on idioms, expressions, collocations, word formation and phrasal verbs

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This With Key version is aimed at all students preparing to sit their IELTS exams. It retains many of the features which make this series so popular – clear grammar explanations, themed vocabulary units to contextualize words and phrases, and a variety of exercise types to provide plenty of practice. It also targets key topic and language areas for students preparing for the IELTS exam, while lexico-grammatical words and phrases units tackle areas of particular difficulty for students.

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Exam Resources

an The OnlineMaPlacement Test is a pioneering, digital language assessment tool in American English. It provides immediate, automated feedback which facilitates the accurate placing of students into appropriate ability levels without the need for manual grading. Pr Online Placement RedNova’s Test adapts the difficulty level of the questions ac t ne icstudents’ e Onli according to performance, ensuring highly accurate results at all levels. The test is divided into six sections and immediately places students into the corresponding CEFR/CENNI level. www.rednovaconsultants.com

Give students the extra practice they need to succeed in their exams with Macmillan Practice Online. Written by experts, our exam courses are designed to reflect real exam papers, improving students’ confidence and overall performance. Exam courses cover DTES, PET, FCE, CAE, CPE, TOEIC® and TOEFL®, and include over 100 activities each to develop effective test-taking strategies.

Also available: English for Academic Purposes Upper Intermediate Academic English with TOEFL® Upper Intermediate Academic English with IELTS Advanced Academic English with TOEFL® Advanced Academic English with IELTS

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Your essential online testing toolkit Macmillan Test Maker is an online testing tool that allows English language teachers to create and set an unlimited number of tests for an unlimited number of students. With a comprehensive range of exam resources covering all competence levels, Macmillan Test Maker is a simple and versatile solution for all testing needs. Whether you need to test your students before a course, at the end of term or throughout their studies, take the stress out of testing with Macmillan Test Maker. Choose, adapt, build and assign tests.

Monitor all your classes at a glance.

Communicate easily with your students.

Choose whether your students can access the dictionary.

Key Features Six adaptable ready-built tests and a new placement test help teachers determine students’ competence levels. A content library of over 1,800 exercises allow teachers to create tailor-made tests. Automatic marking and feedback is given for all tests. Exam materials for IELTS, TOEFL®, TOEIC®, FCE, CAE and CPE are available.

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Macmillan English Grammar In Context Simon Clarke and Michael Vince CENNI

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Macmillan English Grammar In Context is a three-level grammar practice series with a difference. Clear grammar explanations are combined with traditional practice activities and contextual examples of grammar that demonstrate real-world usage of English language, including cross-curricular content areas such as literature, science, geography, history and social science.

What Makes Macmillan English Grammar In Context Special?

By incorporating contextual examples into the grammar practice activities, Macmillan English Grammar In Context brings grammar to life, both in the classroom and for independent learners.

• It includes a focus on lexical grammar with work on

• Up-to-date, real English is informed by the corpora

used for the Macmillan School Dictionary (see p115). collocations, prepositions and common verbs.

• An interactive whiteboard-compatible CD-ROM for

The CD-ROM gives students extra practice of all the grammar points covered in the Student’s Book. Icons at the top left of the screen take students to the glossary and help menus. The icons at the bottom of the screen take students directly to menus where they can practice by working through units or language sections. On completing an activity, students can listen to the answers to check (or they can listen during the exercise, for extra help) by clicking on an arrow at the side of the sentence. There is a test section and a results page for all the activities that have been attempted.

each level contains unit-by-unit interactive material and a fully searchable glossary. • Most units contain one page of grammar explanation and three pages of practice exercises, ensuring understanding of the relevant grammar point. • Cross-curricular practice exercises allow students to use the grammar in a meaningful context.

Michael Vince

Here you can practice grammar by exploring a range of topics which are drawn from academic subjects, rather than just everyday contexts. The topic may interest you more than the grammar – or you may learn something interesting by practicing the grammar. So, it’s twice the fun!

Macmillan English Grammar In Context CD-ROM

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Michael also wrote the best-selling Language Practice Series (see p93). and co-authored material for the young adult series Global (see pp80-83).

Essential Intermediate Advanced Student’s Book & CD-ROM (with key) 9781405070515 9781405071437 9781405070546 Student’s Book & CD-ROM (without key) 9781405071468 9781405071444 9781405071482

Macmillan Books For Teachers Teaching English Grammar

Uncovering Grammar

What to Teach and How to Teach it

How to Help Grammar Emerge

Jim Scrivener This is the essential handbook for teachers wanting to prepare and deliver effective grammar lessons. It combines a comprehensive grammar reference with practical teaching advice, helping teachers to both understand grammar points and present them. It includes information on common student errors to help teachers anticipate likely problems.

Scott Thornbury This book challenges the traditional view of grammar as something to be learned, suggesting that it is more like a process that emerges. It shows how to create the right conditions for students to uncover grammar.

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Teaching English Grammar 9780230723214 Uncovering Grammar 9781405080064 Discover English 9781405080033

For more information on our methodology titles, visit www.macmillanenglish.com/ methodology or see p118-119.

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Discover English Rod Bolitho and Brian Tomlinson This text highlights and explores selected areas of grammar and vocabulary with exercises and commentaries.

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This series provides students with little experience of academic writing with the fundamental tools to write in an academic context, through step-by-step guidance and writing practice.

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independent and creative writers. The back of the Student’s Book contains peer review forms and a grammar reference section.

Writing Sentences (A1-A2 level) introduces students to the most common and useful structures in basic written English, including punctuation and spelling rules. Each unit introduces relevant vocabulary and culminates in an enjoyable writing activity that takes students through the steps of the writing process: brainstorming, arranging ideas with the help of a graphic organizer, writing a short text and sharing it with classmates. Writing Paragraphs (B1) develops students’ paragraph writing skills while encouraging them to become

Writing Essays (B1+) has been written for students who are studying, or preparing to, in an academic environment and need to improve their writing skills. The course teaches learners how to order and link paragraphs into cohesive and coherent essays, and to create the various paragraph types that are used in writing assignments, with a special focus on generating ideas, organizing material, drafting, reviewing and revising. Essay development models are included.

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Writing Research Papers (B2) introduces students to academic writing and shows how to research an academic essay, cite references and put a paper together.

Writing Sentences 9780230415911 Writing Paragraphs 9780230415935 Writing Essays 9780230415928 Writing Research Papers 9780230421943 Teacher’s Guide 9780230415447

Skills for First Certificate

Email English

Malcolm Mann and Steve Taylore-Knowles

Paul Emmerson

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Focused and thorough training for the Cambridge First Certificate in English exam. 16 thematic units offer exam tips, hints, and task-based exercises, as well as providing complete writing skills practice, with model compositions achievable by FCE-level students, as a guide for writing tasks.

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Email English is a course for students of general or business English who need to write effective emails. A large number of style awareness activities deal with both formal and informal mails, and a helpful phrase bank is included.

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Steve TayloreKnowles Steve also co-authored the Mind Series for young adults and adults (see pp73-77), as well as the new secondary exam resource series, Laser New Edition (p56).

For more details, see p11 or visit www.onestopenglish.com

Ideal for writing practice, onestopenglish provides: • 12 writing activities forming a project to publish a magazine called ‘One World’; • A brilliant bank of lesson plans, worksheets and teaching ideas from our expert authors; • A series of articles by Adrian Tennant about teaching writing, including techniques, strategies and practical teaching tips;

• Materials appropriate for general English classes, exam classes and EAP.

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Skills (Speaking & Listening)

Speaking of Speech New Edition

Key features • A clear six-step approach systematically builds learners’ skills.

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• Advice is given on creating slides and doing presentations using computer software.

Helping students make quick, visible improvements and gain confidence, Speaking of Speech follows a step-by-step approach to making speeches and giving presentations. It includes a DVD with detailed instruction and examples of proper use of visual aids.

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Sound Foundations Learning and Teaching Pronunciation Adrian Underhill Sound Foundations is an ideal introduction to the English phonological system. The first half of the book is a description of the system which discusses the sounds of English and explains how they are physically produced. The second half consists of creative and practical classroom activities. This edition includes an audio CD which contains clearly recorded examples of the sounds described in the book.

Who is it for? • Teachers who are new to the teaching of pronunciation, looking for a comprehensive, practical guide. • Teachers already involved in pronunciation teaching, looking for a range of new ideas to use in class.

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Sounds, the pronunciation app, is available for both Apple iOS and Google Android devices. To find out more, see p5 or visit www.soundspronapp.com

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Access the interactive Phonemic Chart for free at www.onestopenglish.com

Skills for First Certificate Malcolm Mann and Steve Taylore-Knowles CENNI

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Focused, thorough training for the Cambridge First Certificate in English exam. 16 thematic units offer exam tips and hints, task-based exercises, and complete listening and speaking skills practice. Includes seven complete Paper 5 speaking exams and four complete Paper 4 listening practice exams.

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Macmillan English Campus provides the perfect solution for online skills practice, containing hundreds of listening and pronunciation exercises within a bank of over 4,200 resources. The Voice Record and Playback tool enables students to practice their pronunciation independently and is embedded in every exercise containing audio.

Business English Series These business titles give guidance on speaking and listening in specific situations. For more information about the Business English Series, see p103.

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Meetings in English & CD 9780230401921 Presentations in English & DVD9780230028784 Networking in English & CD 9780230732506 Telephone English & CD 9781405082211

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In a Foreign Language

This reading comprehension course for adult and young adult learners, contains 16 topic-based units organized into eight themes. Extra activity sheets, key skills worksheets and a wordlist are included at the back of the Student’s Book.

Christine Nuttall Christine Nuttall examines the skills required to read effectively, and suggests classroom strategies for developing reading skills and testing reading.

This new edition includes: • Definitions are linked to the award-

winning Macmillan English Dictionary red words (see p116). • Extracts from Macmillan Readers (pp111-112) encourage extensive reading. • A Teacher’s File includes answer keys, additional photocopiable activities and a test generator CD-ROM with customizable tests. For more information, see p65.

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Visit the accompanying website www.macmillanenglish.com/readingkeys to find printable vocabulary activities, wordlists, audio of the reading texts as mp3 files, and weblinks related to series themes.

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Sam McCarter and Phil Jakes Uncovering EAP explains the processes involved in teaching academic writing and reading to students studying in an Englishspeaking environment. It includes an extensive range of practical activities and worksheets which teachers can use in their classrooms, as well as case studies of real-life challenges faced by EAP teachers, with suggestions on how to tackle them.

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Focused and thorough training for the Cambridge First Certificate in English exam is covered over 16 thematic units offering exam tips, hints, and task-based exercises, which provide complete reading skills practice.

Reading Styles contains 16 topic-based units with texts from a variety of sources, covering four main academic areas: Physical Sciences & Math, Life Sciences, Business & Economics, and Humanities & Arts. The contemporary texts are vibrant and engaging, while reading strategies, as well as grammar and vocabulary, are addressed using contextualized examples. The two final pages in each unit concentrate on more academic material.

How to Teach Academic Writing and Reading

Malcolm Mann and Steve Taylore-Knowles

Mickey Rogers and Angela Llanas 1

Uncovering EAP

Skills for First Certificate

Reading Styles CENNI

Teaching Reading Skills

Skills (Reading)

Macmillan Books For Teachers

Reading Keys New Edition

The course includes: • four complete Paper 1 Reading practice

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exams, conforming to Cambridge ESOL specifications; • a homework section in each unit.

9789706506566 9789706506573 9789706506580 9789706507341

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Ideal for reading practice, onestopenglish includes: • A dedicated reading skills section, with lesson plans and worksheets on many different topics;

• ‘Reading matters’, a series of articles by Adrian Tennant, including techniques, strategies and teaching tips;

• Weekly news lessons at three levels, published in conjunction with The Guardian; • Serializations of popular Macmillan Readers, with downloadable audio and activities. For more details, visit www.onestopenglish.com or see p11.

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Business English

Get Ready for Business Preparing for work

What Makes Get Ready for Business Special? • Carefully graded materials don’t assume

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• A focus is given on developing listening and speaking skills in business situations.

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Helping students prepare for the world of work, this two-level series focuses on systematically developing their communicative abilities so they increase their employment opportunities and have the confidence to use English in the workplace.

ISBN chart

1 2 Student’s Book 9780230039797 9780230039858 Teacher’s Book 9780230039810 9780230039872 Class Audio CD 9780230717725 9780230717732

• The course is set in a workplace context with characters students can relate to.

• Viewpoints sections offer a variety of

speakers’ insights into aspects of culture and business. • Ongoing project tasks allow students to use the language studied to develop their own professional and company profile. • There is an optional TOEIC® test-type practice page for each unit. • A supportive Teacher’s Book provides expansion ideas, tests and supplementary photocopiable activities.

There are free downloadable PowerPoint presentations containing visuals and audio from the Student’s Books, audio scripts and answers to all exercises, as well as downloadable samples and TOEIC® practice units, online at www.macmillanenglish.com/getreadyforbusiness/

Student’s Book

The Business John Allison, Rachel Appleby, Edward de Chazal, Paul Emmerson, Marie Kavanagh, Karen Richardson, John Sydes and Jeremy Townend CENNI

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The Business is a stimulating, blended, four-level course that provides an inclusive package for any student of business English, though particularly suited to those at college or university. The course has been developed from detailed research into businessrelated degree courses in leading European institutions, making the modules and topics relevant to anyone studying or working in business English.

Texts are relevant and realistic.

The modular structure of the Student’s Book allows course pathways to be built, focusing on input, speaking, vocabulary, etc., according to the students’ needs. Case studies use true business scenarios to challenge the students and push them to develop both their language and business skills.

Key features of the Student’s Book • There is a full writing module and a case study per unit. • Speaking sections cover all relevant business communication skills such as giving presentations, handling negotiations and chairing meetings. • Internet research boxes provide a context for extra study. • Wordlists, grammar reference and extensive grammar and vocabulary practice material are included. • A DVD-ROM is included at each level for self-study.

Internet research boxes provide a basis for extra study and research.

Business skills are developed alongside the language.

The Business Pre-intermediate Student’s Book Case studies provide real-life situations to engage students.

The Business Upper Intermediate Student’s Book

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This interactive resource, included in the Student’s Book, is ideal for self-study, or for introducing digital media to your classes.

The Business is supported by an extensive bank of free online resources, including progress tests based on BEC-style questions, podcasts with authentic listening extracts and PowerPoint presentations based on the Student’s Book topics. Visit www. businessenglishonline.net to find out more.

• The interactive workbook follows the student’s book topics and

contains activities for vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation and listening practice. • Each unit includes a video illustrating the communication and people skills covered in context, with follow-up exercises to practice the functional language used. • Four business dilemmas offer simulated problem-solving activities, which review and practice the target language in a real-life situation. • There are tests every two units to review progress. • There is a model business document for each unit, including letters, invoices, CVs, etc. Each document is annotated to explain structure and key phrases, and is followed up with activities to test understanding. • Students can refer to the grammar reference any time, for help with grammar rules and examples. • The class audio section contains all the audio recordings from the Student’s Book as mp3 downloads, together with scripts.

The Business Resource Site

Business English

The Business DVD-ROM

Visit www.businessenglishonline.net for online resources, podcasts and PowerPoint presentations based on the Student’s Book topics.

The Business Advanced DVD-ROM

ISBN chart Student’s Book & DVD-ROM Pack Teacher’s Book Class Audio CD

Preintermediate 9780230021563 9780230021570 9780230021587

Intermediate 9781405083690 9781405081863 9781405081849

Upper Intermediate 9781405083713 9781405081948 9781405081924

Advanced 9780230021518 9780230021525 9780230021532

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In Company Second Edition Mark Powell and Simon Clarke CENNI

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In Company has established itself as the English course for professionals because of its immediate results through topic-based content, active skills and real-world tasks that are instantly relevant to everyday business life development.

Student’s Book CD-ROM Reflecting the modern and fastmoving corporate world, In Company represents the perfect blended learning course.

• Linked in topic and language to the Student’s Book, the CDROM provides further grammar and lexis practice.

• Class audio is available as an mp3 download so students have constant access to listening activities.

• The interactive glossary makes an ideal on the go reference compendium of vocabulary.

Company Second Edition Pre-intermediate CD-ROM

What Makes In Company Special? Building on its original success and responding to feedback, the new edition boasts:

• more case studies in the Student’s Book; • clearly defined topic- and skills-based units, also in the Student’s Book;

• a variety of global accents on the class audio; • tips for 1:1 teaching in the Teacher’s Book; • an interactive glossary and class audio as an mp3 download on the Student’s Book CD-ROM;

• real-world tasks encouraging learners to draw on their own experiences at work.

• grammar introduced in a practical business context and now Free downloadable listening scripts, photocopiable worksheets, answer keys, progress tests, webguides and wordlists, as well as regular e-lessons, are available online at: www.businessenglishonline.net

In Company Practice Online

incorporated into the relevant unit;

• five case studies providing a challenge to students and allowing them to use the language and lexis they have learned in a more independent and creative way; • a Teacher’s Book providing a further 20 hours of teaching material through photocopiable worksheets and teaching notes.

In Company Second Edition Practice Online offers flexible online supplementary practice, carefully tailored to mirror each level of the texts. Students can access their online courses from anywhere with an internet connection, making these materials the ideal solution for students on the go. Teachers can likewise access all courses their students have access to, in order to monitor students’ progress and view their gradebooks. To find out more, see pp8-9 or visit www. macmillanpracticeonline.com/incompany

In Company Case Studies John Allison and Mark Powell The ideal accompaniment for the practical business English classroom, this is a unique teacher’s resource book packed with photocopiable ready-to-use business case studies which can be used alongside any business English course.

• 25 case studies give practice in key business areas

including candidate selection, marketing strategies and choosing a new office location. • The accompanying audio CDs ensure integrated skills practice by providing listening input for every case study. • Follow-up activities encourage learners to reflect on their own solutions.

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ISBN chart Elementary Student’s Book & CD-ROM Pack 9780230717091 Teacher’s Book 9780230717107 Class Audio CDs 9780230717114 MPO 1120100304088 Case Studies Pack (all levels) –

Networking in English

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Intermediate 9780230717145 9780230717152 9780230717169 1120100304156 –

Uncovering Grammar

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Business English Series Networking in English

Bryan Stephens

Pete Sharma and Barney Barrett

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This book builds confidence and strategies for successful meetings in English, from planning a meeting to video-conferencing.

• Communication skills are offered for a wide range of meeting contexts.

• All stages are systematically covered from planning meetings to follow-up action.

• A strong focus is given to the language

of meetings, plus coverage of networking skills before and after meetings. • Specific strategies are offered for teleconferencing and videoconferencing. • Case study scenarios and intercultural meeting situations are included. • There is an answer key at the back of the book.

Presentations in English Erica J. Williams 1

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A practical, easy-to-use book for communicating in the workplace with confidence. It focuses on the factors that make a good socializer or communicator: using appropriate functional expressions in common social situations; having effective conversations which build rapport and mutual understanding; and being sensitive when communicating with people from different cultures.

Key features

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A guide to making presentations in English, either for business or academic purposes, presenting language, advice and a range of powerful, up-to-date presentation techniques. The flexible seven-step approach helps students find their voice and develop their own unique presentation style. The DVD, included with the Student’s Book, follows the progress of real students and offers insights into their learning, models to follow, and opportunities for analysis.

Key features • All language is contextualized by the six

characters that appear throughout the book and provide a range of voices and accents. • Cultural and networking tips provide extra support. • A student needs analysis at the beginning of the book allows the course to be used in a tailor-made fashion. • My Social Planner area enables students to personalize the material and store relevant phrases.

Business English

Meetings in English

Telephone English John Hughes CENNI

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Telephone English trains students to use the telephone confidently and effectively in their course of work. It equips students with the generic language common to all phone calls, the skills necessary for a successful business phone call, and the language specific to the business context. A phrase bank organized into functional areas provides students with practical reference.

Email English Paul Emmerson CENNI

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Email English is a course for students of general or business English who need to write effective emails. A large number of style awareness activities deal with both formal and informal mails, and a helpful phrase bank is included.

ISBN chart

Meetings in English & CD 9780230401921 Presentations in English & DVD9780230028784 Networking in English & CD 9780230732506 Telephone English & CD 9781405082211 Email English 9781405012942

Sample material and downloadable resources such as teacher’s notes, wordlists and worksheets are available for these books at www.businessenglishonline.net Onestopenglish offers articles and lesson plans to help you implement successful business English and ESP lessons. Find out more online at www.onestopenglish.com

Survival Series Peter Viney CENNI

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A two-level course for professional adults who need English for work and travel. Each onepage lesson depicts an authentic situation that learners might encounter in real life: introducing people at work, ordering a meal, checking into a hotel, etc.

ISBN chart Student’s Book Practice Book Teacher’s Guide Class CD

Basic Survival 9781405003933 9781405003940 9781405003957 9781405003971

Survival English 9781405003841 9781405003858 9781405003865 9781405003889

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Red word and star frequency system

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Facebook pages

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Get the best from your students by making the most of our Readers, through support materials for use in the classroom and study resources for student use. On the Macmillan Readers site, free supplementary resources are available for download. These support materials include an interactive level test, worksheets and answer keys, author data sheets, downloadable audio, webquests and competitions. Don’t miss Using Graded Readers in the Classroom, a 44-page guide providing ideas to motivate reluctant readers, build a class library, use films with graded readers and help students choose reading material for vacations.

Reading Material

Readers Website

Remember, Macmillan Readers can be downloaded as eBooks compatible with most devices.

www.macmillanreaders.com

Owl Hall – the complete multimedia experience! With a Macmillan Reader, dedicated website and audio podcasts, Owl Hall is more than a gripping teenage mystery. As the story develops, students hear Kara, the hero, talking about the Owl Hall website. Students are encouraged to interact with the site throughout, reading and commenting on the blog Kara writes, as well as viewing the video she films on her cell phone during her time at Owl Hall. But that’s not all! Onestopenglish offers an audio serialization in thirteen episodes, which come with accompanying lesson plans, audio transcripts, worksheets and answer keys.

Owl Hall is retold by Lindsay Clandfield: look for his article Getting More out of Owl Hall on onestopenglish.com.

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Cross-curricular topics complement the fictional story in the upper levels.

The Macmillan Children’s Readers series can be used as supplementary reading material with any primary course. This fun, cultural and informative series offers a great range of fiction and non-fiction titles that reinforce the basic grammar structures and vocabulary found in most primary courses.

Key features • Activity pages and a picture dictionary

or wordlist are included at the back of each reader. • Accompanying audio (on CD or on the website www.macmillan.com.mx/ childrensreadersaudio) is available for most readers, giving children a chance to listen to the stories while they read. • Fact Files and topical fictional stories in levels 3-6 motivate older children and appeal equally to both boys and girls. Macmillan Children’s Readers 3 Birds/The Mysterious Egg Find downloadable worksheets for selected titles at www.macmillan.com.mx/ childrensreadersworksheets

Beautiful photographic images in the Fact Files capture the interest of older children.

New titles for 2013 ISBN chart Hide and Seek The Frog and the Crocodile Fantastic Freddy * Eddie’s Exercise * Colin’s Colours ** Pip the Pirate ** Food, Food, Food! We Love Toys

Level 1 9780230402003 9780230402010 9780230010048 9780230010062 9781405057172 9781405057271 9780230443648 9780230443655

Level 2 The Fancy Dress Competition CD-ROM Lunch at the Zoo CD-ROM A Picnic Surprise! * Where’s Rex? * Dom’s Dragon ** Pat’s Picture ** Carnival Time Monkeys

9780230402027 9780230402034 9780230010086 9780230010109 9781405057189 9781405057264 9780230443662 9780230443679

Audio CD (levels 1-2) containing titles marked * 9780230028050 Audio CD (levels 1-2) containing titles marked ** 9781405081528 Level 3 Wild Animals/A Hungry Visitor Where Does Our Rubbish Go?/Let’s Recycle Birds/The Mysterious Egg * Real Monsters/The Princess and the Dragon * The Unhappy Giant ** April Fool’s Day ** Endangered Animals Kings and Queens

9780230404939 9780230404946 9780230010123 9780230010147 9781405057301 9781405074117 9780230443686 9780230443693

Level 4 Incredible Sculptures/ Thief in the Museum Making Music/The Talent Contest Football Crazy/What a Goal! * Dogs/The Big Show * Riverboat Bill ** What’s That Noise? ** New Year’s Eve ** Lights, Camera, Action! Elephants

9780230404977 9780230404984 9780230010161 9780230010185 9781405057288 9781405057196 9781405074124 9780230443709 9780230443716

Audio CD (levels 3-4) containing titles marked * 9780230028067 Audio CD (levels 3-4) containing titles marked ** 9781405057332 Level 5 New York/Adventure in the Big Apple Pumpkins/A Pie for Miss Potter London/A Day in the City * Dangerous Weather/The Weather Machine * Penguins/Race to the South Pole ** Volcanoes/The Legend of Batok Volcano ** Castles/King Arthur’s Treasure **

9780230405028 9780230405011 9780230010208 9780230010222 9781405057226 9781405057233 9781405074148

Level 6 Inventions/Lost The Deep/The City Under the Sea Sharks and Dolphins/Dolphin Rescue * Gold/Pirate’s Gold * Planets/School Trip to the Moon ** Machu Picchu/Through the Fence ** Caves/The Lucky Accident **

9780230405059 9780230405066 9780230010246 9780230010260 9781405057240 9781405057257 9781405074131

Audio CD (levels 5-6) containing titles marked * 9780230028074 Audio CD (levels 5-6) containing titles marked ** 9781405081535

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Key features of Selections New Edition • A new 24-page section in the

Selections New Edition is a reading anthology for primary school children, designed to promote reading for pleasure and also as a means of developing language knowledge. This collection of original children’s literature brings together fiction and non-fiction texts with poems and practical activities to appeal to all readers and tastes. An extensive range of writing styles is used to expose students to a variety of genres, maximizing their understanding and appreciation of the written word.

Student’s Book offers comprehension activities for every text, allowing students to consolidate their learning through written activities, challenges and puzzles which develop critical thinking skills. • An accompanying audio CD features every text read by skilled storytellers, raising students’ awareness of the subtleties of story-telling, such as pronunciation, intonation and rhythm. • The Teacher’s Edition includes thoroughly reworked teacher’s notes ensuring all texts are exploited to the full and encouraging the development of reading skills such as scanning and skimming. • New unit tests in the style of the Cambridge Young Learners exams enable teachers to assess students’ language and reading comprehension.

This new edition, while true to the original, has been enhanced with extra activity pages in the Student’s Book and a fully revised Teacher’s Edition, so both teachers and students can enjoy reading in an even more supported environment.

ISBN chart Student’s Book Teacher’s Edition Class CD

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Brainwave

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Selected poems are available as podcasts, with additonal supplementary materials, from www.onestopenglish.com

Consult our eCatalog at ecatalog.macmillan.mx for more information and samples.

Take Shape

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The series audio is downloadable from our online catalog at www.macmillan.com.mx

Footprints

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The Gruffalo’s Child Axel Scheffler, Julia Donaldson

The Boy who Hated Toothbrushes

The Gruffalo said that no gruffalo should, ever set foot in the deep dark wood. But one wild and windy night the Gruffalo’s child ignores her father’s warning and tiptoes out into the snow. After all, the Big Bad Mouse doesn’t really exist... does he? The gorgeous sequel to the modern classic The Gruffalo.

Blue Chameleon Zoe and Beans: Where is Binky Boo? The Deep End A Squash and a Squeeze Cave Baby The Smartest Giant In Town Room On A Broom Sharing A Shell The Snail And The Whale The Monkey Puzzle

The Gruffalo The Gruffalo’s Child

Gruffalo Activity Book r Ages Fo

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The Teddy Robinson Storybook Joan G. Robinson

Funny Stories For 6 Year Olds Helen Paiba

ISBN chart Picture Books A Squash and a Squeeze 9781405004770 Blue Chameleon 9780330518758 Cave Baby 9780330522762 Gruffalo Activity Book 9780230528819 Gruffalo Colouring Book 9780230708594 Room on a Broom 9780333903384 Sharing a Shell 9781405020480 The Boy Who Hated Toothbrushes 9780230748415 The Deep End 9780330516785 The Gruffalo 9780333710937 The Gruffalo’s Child 9781405020466 The Monkey Puzzle 9780333720011 The Smartest Giant in Town 9780333963968 The Snail and the Whale 9780333982242 Zoe & Beans: Where is Binky Boo? 9780230748453 5+ Fiction Funny Stories for 6 Year Olds 9780330368575 Mermaid Magic 9780330426329 The Teddy Robinson Storybook 9780230749030 5+ Nonfiction Animal 123 9780753419595 Animal I Spy 9780753419588 Everything You Need to Know Encyclopedia 9780753431931 I Can Count 9780753430422

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I Can Draw: Bugs I Can Draw: Park I Can Draw: Playtime I Can Write: On the Farm I Can Write: At Home I Can Write: At School I Wonder Why Triceratops Had Horns I Wonder Why My Tummy Rumbles First Animal Encyclopedia First Encyclopedia People Around the World Wild Alphabet 7+ Fiction Funny Stories For 7 Year Olds Funny Stories For 8 Year Olds 7+ Nonfiction Discover Science: Animal Disguises Micro Monsters Legendary Journeys: Trains Life Cycles: Ocean Life Cycles: Rainforest Play Time 9+ Fiction Adventure Series: Circus/River 2 in 1 Adventure Series: Mountain/Ship 2 in 1

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Funny Stories For 7 Year Olds Helen Paiba Funny Stories For 8 Year Olds Helen Paiba

Meet Teddy Robinson! A friendly, free-andeasy bear / A cosy, jolly, teasy bear / Is always welcome everywhere. Fair and furry, fat and free / That’s the kind of bear to be. Like me!

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Ftiioc n Hoot 9780330415293 Iggie’s House 9780330398091 Molly Moon’s Incredible Book of Hypnotism 9780330399852 The Dragonfly Pool 9780330456357 The Fire Thief 9780330521635 The Garbage King 9780330415026 The Star of Kazan 9780330418027 Wilma Tenderfoot and The Case of the Frozen Hearts 9780330469517 9+ Nonfiction Ancient Egypt 9780753419663 Ancient Greece 9780753430705 The Kingfisher Animal Encyclopedia 9780753430286 The Kingfisher Football Encyclopedia 9780753419618 The Kingfisher Geography Encyclopedia 9780753430750 The Kingfisher Nature Encyclopedia 9780753430293 11+ Fiction All American Girl 9780330415552 Artichoke Hearts 9780330517911 The Broken Bridge 9780330397971 The Princess Diaries 9780330482059 The Princess Diaries: Take Two 9780330482066 The Sight 9780330483858 11+ Nonfiction Draw 50 Animals 9780862723514

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Iggie’s House The Garbage King Adventure Series: The Dragonfly Pool Mountain/Ship 2 in 1 The Fire Thief Enid Blyton The Star of Kazan Adventure Series: Wilma Tenderfoot and Circus/River 2 in 1 The Case of the Frozen Hearts Enid Blyton r Ages Fo

The first mind-blowing Molly Moon adventure! Orphan Molly Moon was found as a baby in a box marked ‘Moon’s Marshmallows’. For ten miserable years she’s lived under the cruel rule of Miss Adderstone in grim Hardwick House. But her life changes overnight when she finds a mysterious book on hypnotism and discovers an amazing talent - the power to make people do anything she want them to. Escaping from the orphange, Molly flies to New York in search of fame and fortune. But her adventures in hypnotism lead her into the clutches of a dangerous enemy.

The Princess Diaries Take Two All American Girl The Princess Diaries Meg Cabot

Mia’s diaries get a funky new paperback look for a brand-new generation! 14-year-old Mia Thermopolis is still coming to terms with the fact that she’s a princess and heir to the throne of Genovia! But when she announces on national TV that her mum is pregnant by her algebra teacher and plans to marry him, a right-royal fuss results! For now Mia’s dreadful old Grandmere is all set to plan the year’s biggest society wedding, with every A-list celeb invited, from the Reagans to Phil Collins. But will the bride and groom turn up?

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Molly Moon’s Incredible Book of Hypnotism Georgia Byng

Artichoke Hearts The Broken Bridge The Sight

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Life Cycles: Ocean Discover Science: Animal Disguises Micro Monsters Savage Safari Legendary Journeys: Trains Life Cycles: Rainforest Play Time

I Can Draw: Bugs I Can Draw: Park I Can Draw: Playtime I Can Write: On The Farm

I Can Write: At Home I Can Write: At School I Wonder Why Triceratops Had Horns I Wonder Why My Tummy Rumbles

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Ancient Greece Ancient Egypt The Kingfisher Animal Encyclopedia The Kingfisher Football Encyclopedia The Kingfisher Geography Encyclopedia The Kingfisher Nature Encyclopedia

First Encyclopedia of Animals First Encyclopedia People Around the World Wild Alphabet

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Draw 50 Animals

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Portfolio Readers Susan Holden CENNI

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This cross-curricular series for teenagers presents factual topics in a modern magazine format that motivates students to read in English. Stunning photos integrate with the texts in a variety of styles and registers, making each Portfolio exciting for even the most reluctant readers. Developing students’ intercultural awareness with articles and projects, Portfolio Readers offer challenging insights into modern culture and invite students to compare other cultures with their own. Written in straightforward, up-to-date English, each title uses the reader’s own knowledge of and curiosity about the overall topic to enable them to read confidently for personal enjoyment. The actual choice of topics is the result of detailed research among students and teachers.

Key features

Mini projects and investigation points encourage readers to research further, while the Projects section provides ideas for more extensive research.

• The reader’s personal experience is placed at the center of the reading process. • The articles present a variety of text types, styles and formats. • Topics related to science, history and the arts provide specialized information and viewpoints.

• A glossary of key vocabulary on each page gives essential lexical support, with common American and British English differences noted.

• A Check it Out section provides an up-to-date checklist of specialist language, plus useful websites.

• Mini-projects and investigation points encourage readers to research further. • A projects section gives ideas for more extensive project work.

Travel & Tourism Portfolio

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A Word File of key vocabulary on each page provides essential lexical support, highlighting common American and British English differences.

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Title Gandhi* Heidi* I, Robot* Kick Off! The Story of Football* Michael Jackson* Midsummer Night’s Dream, A Nelson Mandela* Owl Creek Bridge and Other Stories* Owl Hall* Persuasion* Robin Hood* Robinson Crusoe* Romeo and Juliet Secret Garden, The* Shake Hands Forever* Story of the Olympics, The* Tenant of Wildfell Hall, The* Treasure of Monte Cristo, The* United States of America, The* Wizard of Oz, The* Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason* Bridget Jones’s Diary* Bristol Murder* David Copperfield Down Second Avenue* Dr No* Dracula* Emma* Enchanted April, The Eye of the Tiger, The Goldfinger* Great Gatsby, The* Hamlet* Jewel That Was Ours, The Jurassic Park King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table* Kiss Before Dying, A* “L” is for Lawless Live and Let Die* Meet Me in Istanbul* Merchant of Venice, The* Much Ado About Nothing* My Cousin Rachel* New Lease of Death, A* Norwood Builder and Other Stories, The Oliver Twist* One Day* Pearl, The** Perfect Storm, The Pride and Prejudice Queen of Death, The* Red and the Black, The Rendezvous with Rama Ring of Thieves River God Sense and Sensibility* Seventh Scroll, The Sign of Four, The* Silent World of Nicholas Quinn, The Slumdog Millionaire* Smuggler, The Space Invaders, The Speckled Band and Other Stories, The* Tess of the d’Urbervilles* Thérèse Raquin* Touching the Void* Woman Who Disappeared, The* Woodlanders, The Wuthering Heights* Bleak House Creative Impulse and Other Stories, The Cut-glass Bowl and Other Stories, The Ghost, The* Grapes of Wrath, The** Great Expectations Importance of Being Earnest, The* L. A. Movie* Macbeth* Man with the Golden Gun, The* Middlemarch Mine Boy Mistress Of Spices, The Moby Dick Of Mice and Men** Officially Dead* Our Mutual Friend Rebecca* Weep Not, Child

Level ISBN with Audio CD ISBN without Audio CD Pre-intermediate 9780230408692 Pre-intermediate 9780230026797 Pre-intermediate 9780230026827 Pre-intermediate 9780230400504 Pre-intermediate 9780230406292 Pre-intermediate 9781405087278 Pre-intermediate 9780230716599 Pre-intermediate 9781405087414 Pre-intermediate 9780230422834 Pre-intermediate 9780230735132 Pre-intermediate 9781405087230 Pre-intermediate 9780230716568 Pre-intermediate 9781405087308 Pre-intermediate 9780230026902 Pre-intermediate 9780230732131 Pre-intermediate 9780230422247 Pre-intermediate 9781405087384 Pre-intermediate 9781405084215 Pre-intermediate 9780230436411 Pre-intermediate 9781405087148 Intermediate 9780230400238 Intermediate 9780230716704 Intermediate 9781405076708 Intermediate 9780230026759 Intermediate 9780230408678 Intermediate 9781405080583 Intermediate 9781405076722 Intermediate 9781405074544 Intermediate 9781405072915 Intermediate 9781405072939 Intermediate 9781405080606 Intermediate 9781405077033 Intermediate 9780230716636 Intermediate 9781405073110 Intermediate 9781405072960 Intermediate 9780230026858 Intermediate 9781405076746 Intermediate 9781405057783 Intermediate 9780230735088 Intermediate 9781405077057 Intermediate 9780230716643 Intermediate 9780230408708 Intermediate 9781405077156 Intermediate 9780230422360 Intermediate 9780230436466 Intermediate 9781405076760 Intermediate 9780230422353 Intermediate 9780230031128 Intermediate 9781405073127 Intermediate 9781405073011 Intermediate 9781405077071 Intermediate 9781405074582 Intermediate 9781405073035 Intermediate 9781405073042 Intermediate 9781405073059 Intermediate 9781405080620 Intermediate 9781405073141 Intermediate 9781405076784 Intermediate 9781405073073 Intermediate 9780230404717 Intermediate 9781405078733 Intermediate 9781405078054 Intermediate 9781405076807 Intermediate 9781405074575 Intermediate 9781405075381 Intermediate 9780230533523 Intermediate 9781405076685 Intermediate 9781405073196 Intermediate 9781405077095 Upper Intermediate 9781405073219 Upper Intermediate 9781405073226 Upper Intermediate 9781405073233 Upper Intermediate 9780230422872 Upper Intermediate 9780230031050 Upper Intermediate 9781405076821 Upper Intermediate 9780230408685 Upper Intermediate 9781405077118 Upper Intermediate 9780230402232 Upper Intermediate 9780230422278 Upper Intermediate 9780230026865 Upper Intermediate 9781405073264 Upper Intermediate 9781405073271 Upper Intermediate 9780230026872 Upper Intermediate 9780230031067 Upper Intermediate 9781405076845 Upper Intermediate 9781405073295 Upper Intermediate 9781405077132 Upper Intermediate 9781405073318

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Reading Material

Title Alissa Around the World in Eighty Days Blue Fins Gulliver’s Travels in Lilliput In The Frame L. A. Detective Lost Ship, The Lucky Number Magic Barber, The Photo Finish Sara Says No! Shooting Stars Ski Race Umbrella, The Well, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, The* Anna and the Fighter Billy Budd Black Tulip, The Dangerous Journey* Good Wives Hawk-eye, the Pathfinder House in the Picture and Abbot Thomas’ Treasure, The House on the Hill, The Jane Eyre* L. A. Raid Last Leaf and Other Stories, The Last of the Mohicans, The Little Women Long Tunnel, The* Lorna Doone Man in the Iron Mask, The* Marco Mill on the Floss, The* Money for a Motorbike Newspaper Boy Northanger Abbey Phantom of the Opera, The* Picture Puzzle Princess Diana* Prisoner of Zenda, The Rich Man, Poor Man* Signalman and The Ghost at the Trial, The Tale of Two Cities, A This is London Three Musketeers, The* Trumpet-Major, The Truth Machine, The Washington Square Black Cat, The* Canterville Ghost and Other Stories, The* Christmas Carol, A Claws Don’t Tell Me What To Do Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Escape and Other Stories, The Frankenstein* Hound of the Baskervilles, The* L. A. Winners* Legends of Sleepy Hollow* and Rip Van Winkle, The Lost World, The Love by Design Mark of Zorro, The* Phantom Airman, The Picture of Dorian Gray, The* Prince and the Pauper, The* Princess Diaries: Book 1, The* Princess Diaries: Book 2, The* Promise, The Quest, The Room 13 and Other Ghost Stories* Seven Stories of Mystery and Horror* Silver Blaze and Other Stories Stranger, The* Tales of Horror* Tales of Ten Worlds Treasure Island Unquiet Graves White Fang* Woman in Black, The* Call of the Wild* Casino Royale* Daisy Miller* D.H. Lawrence, Selected Short Stories* Diamonds are Forever* England* Far from the Madding Crowd*

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Macmillan Readers Key features of the series • Five new readers for 2013 include two non-fiction Cultural Readers and a James Bond classic, The Man with the Golden Gun.

• Six carefully graded levels from starter to upper intermediate mean your students get the right reading material for their ability.

• An audio CD and eight pages of additional extra exercises are included in most titles. • Free support materials for all titles are available online, ranging from worksheets and worksheet answer keys, to projects, movie tie-ins and author data sheets for teachers and students who want to find out more about the contemporary and classic authors in our list. • A revised edition of the teacher’s booklet Using Graded Readers in the Classroom can be downloaded free from the readers website, packed with information and resources. See p105 for more information.

Macmillan Cultural Readers The new Macmillan Cultural Readers are factual Readers focusing on countries of the world, and include chapters on history, traditions, daily life, cities, nature and sport. These color-rich, photographic titles encourage the reader to interact with and explore the text through handy fact boxes.

The United States of America C. Degnan-Veness The United States of America (USA) is a very big country. People have big dreams, too. Everyone wants to live the American Dream, the idea that anyone who works hard can become successful and rich. Many have gone to the USA hoping they will become one of the lucky ones. Millions of visitors go to the USA every year. This book will take you on a journey from the discovery of the New World over 500 years ago to the present day. From the wild forests to the busy cities, welcome to the United States of America: home of the movie industry, baseball, technology giants Microsoft and Apple, and some of the world’s most famous civil rights leaders.

England Rachel Bladon England is only a small country, about 640 kilometers from north to south, and 480 kilometers across its widest part. But some of the world’s greatest writers are from England, and many of the most popular sports started here. In England, you can find busy, exciting cities, some of the oldest buildings in the world and also beautiful countryside. English society today is modern and multicultural, but the country also has an amazing and ancient history. And of course its language is one of the most widely spoken in the world. Welcome to England, where the first steam trains were built, where 100 million cups of tea are drunk every day, and where you can visit some of the world’s most famous sights. All our supplementary materials are available for download on the website: www.macmillanreaders.com

The Prince and the Pauper Mark Twain, retold by Chris Rose The year is 1547. In London, the capital city of England, two boys from different families live very different lives. One is Edward Tudor, a prince and the future King of England; the other is Tom Canty, the son of a thief. Then one day they meet and their lives change forever. What happens when the two boys wear each other’s clothes? Why does the prince need the help of a poor man? Who becomes king when Henry the Eighth dies? And how can a beautiful gold object save the prince? Mark Twain’s classic story of two young boys who swap lives has the answers.

The Norwood Builder and Other Stories Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, retold by F. H. Cornish Why does an old builder leave all his money to a young lawyer? Who gives a government document to enemy spies? How is a young man tricked into taking a new job? What can a foreign king do when a beautiful woman from his past appears? Who can answer all these questions? Sherlock Holmes and his assistant Dr Watson, of course, in these four short stories about the famous detective.

The Man with the Golden Gun Ian Fleming, retold by Helen Holwill Scaramanga is a cold-blooded killer with connections to the KGB and the Cuban Secret Police. There is only one man skilled enough and brave enough to go after him – 007, James Bond. To carry out the mission, Bond ends up in Jamaica, where he meets two old friends.

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Macmillan Literature Collections Unsimplified good reads

The Macmillan Literature Collections are advanced level readers containing original, unsimplified short stories written by famous classic and modern writers. These collections come with substantial support material for each story, including a short summary, description of major themes, pre-reading vocabulary activities, post-reading language and comprehension exercises, a literary analysis section and essay questions. They are perfect for those students who are ready to make the transition from graded readers to unabridged English literature texts.

World Stories

Mystery Stories

This collection brings together six stories from six different countries (India, Argentina, Russia, New Zealand, Sudan and Australia). They tell the tales of families and individuals, of love, loss and struggles against adversity. Their universal themes are coloured by the culture and society of the countries they describe.

This collection brings together stories which explore mystery in all its forms. From psychological mysteries to enigmas of the heart, from strange phenomena to good old-fashioned detective puzzles, there is sure to be a story here to enthral every reader of mystery.

The Voyage

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by Katherine Mansfield New Zealand: A grandmother and granddaughter travel by night from the North Island to the South Island.

The Darling

by Anton Chekhov Russia: The story of a woman and her search for love and identity.

The Drover’s Wife by Henry Lawson

Australia: A mother protects her children against a venomous snake.

A Devoted Son by Anita Desai

India: A successful doctor looks after his ageing father.

The Roof

by Horacio Quiroga Argentina: A man struggles to save his job.

Missing Out by Leila Aboulela

Sudan: A young couple are caught between two cultures.

The Lost Special

How could a tram and all its passengers just disappear?

The Mysterious Card by Cleveland Moffett

What words could be so powerful that they ruin a man’s life?

The Mildenhall Treasure by Roald Dahl

How did Britain’s biggest hoard of buried Roman treasure end up in a field in Suffolk?

The Yellow Wallpaper

by Charlotte Perkins Gilman What secrets does a patient uncover in the wallpaper of her sickroom?

The Lady or the Tiger?

by Frank R. Stockton What destiny will a passionate princess choose for her lover?

ISBN chart Answer keys and further support are available from the Macmillan Readers website: www.macmillanenglish.com/readers

20th Century Stories Adventure Stories American Stories Crime Stories Horror Stories

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Love Stories Science Fiction Stories Travel Stories Mystery Stories World Stories

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Diccionario Macmillan Castillo CENNI

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The Diccionario Macmillan Castillo is based on a corpus which includes spoken and written English, as well as vocabulary from Macmillan and Castillo primary and secondary level textbooks. This broad base gives students instant access to key subject area vocabulary, as well as the most important and frequently used words in general spoken and written English. When an English language learner looks up a word in the dictionary, it is not enough for them to find its translation and grammatical information. It is essential that they understand the linguistic and social context in which the word is used. This dictionary gives students information on how, when and where to use the defined words, and warns them of typical native-Spanish speaker mistakes. The Diccionario Macmillan Castillo is an essential tool for English language learners who are native Spanish speakers.

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What Makes the Diccionario Macmillan Castillo Special? • The Diccionario has over 70,000 headwords, expressions and examples.

• It includes 3,000 red words – the most frequent and important words used in everyday English.

• It focuses specifically on the Spanish-speaking

Diccionario Macmillan Castillo CD-ROM

The CD-ROM contains the complete dictionary in electronic format, with additional search features, illustrations, animations, sound effects, and American and British English pronunciations, including a pronunciation practice facility.

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student learning English: a) the English-Spanish section focuses on helping students decode language they’re exposed to when reading or listening. b) the Spanish-English section focuses on the language the student will need to produce. • It includes special explanations and information boxes on common errors frequently made by native Spanish speakers. • It uses menus when a word has multiple meanings so the user can quickly identify the meaning they’re looking for and can go directly to that definition. • It highlights the main translation in red when a word has several translations, for easy identification. • It includes 16 pages of full-color illustrations. • It includes 25 pages of practical information (Sección de consulta) for Spanish speakers studying English, from a phrase book section to advice on preparing your resume.

Macmillan School Dictionary 1

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This two-color dictionary is designed for intermediate level students whose curriculum subjects are taught through the medium of English. The CD-ROM combines the full text of the Macmillan Essential Dictionary with pronunciation practice activities, illustrations, sound effects, photographs, animations and useful search facilities. In addition, users can access a fully-searchable compendium of curriculum vocabulary online.

What Makes the Macmillan School Dictionary Special? • Its word selection is based on the 200 million-word World English Corpus supplemented with words taken from curriculum coursebooks, giving a special emphasis on school subject vocabulary, with subject-specific words highlighted throughout. • A helpful Reference section contains information on the

periodic table, irregular verbs, pronunciation, geographical names and nationalities, and expressions using numbers. • The dictionary includes information on grammar patterns, collocations, phrases and phrasal verbs, as well as spelling and inflections for irregular and semi-regular verbs, adjectives and nouns.

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information on word families, synonym sets and vocabulary building. • Clear, simple definitions using a restricted defining vocabulary help the language learning process. • Menus for words with five or more meanings makes navigation easy.

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This essential two-color dictionary and CD-ROM offers invaluable support for the intermediate learner of the English language, with a special emphasis on contemporary vocabulary such as computer language, new senses and colloquial language.

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Visit the dictionaries website www.macmillandictionaries.com for more information about our suite of dictionaries.

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What Makes the Macmillan Essential Dictionary Special? • It has over 45,000 headwords, phrases

and phrasal verbs, with 36,000 examples to show how words are really used. • There is a special emphasis on contemporary vocabulary, such as computer language and colloquial language. • It uses a core vocabulary of the most important 3,500 words, highlighted in red and graded with stars for frequency of use. They are explained using only 2,300 of the most common words. • Entries with five or more meanings have a menu to help you find the one you want. • Frequent help boxes in color contain notes on grammar, vocabulary and usage. • A 24-page language study section offers help on key areas like pronunciation, collocation and wordbuilding. • Over 700 illustrations aid understanding.

Dictionaries Resource Site Visit the dictionaries website www.macmillandictionaries.com for more information about our suite of dictionaries.

Key features

• Consult the Macmillan English Dictionary online. The

full content of the dictionary, along with pronunciation of every word in American and British English, is free to users who have bought any edition of the dictionary.

• Register for free e-lessons and worksheets, complete with teacher’s notes and tips.

• Find out about new words, from afterparty to YIMBYism, in the BuzzWords section.

Buzzwords

• Consult our glossaries of terminology used in dictionaries, ELT, the internet, and texting.

• Dip into the MED Magazine, the free quarterly webzine covering a wide range of topics connected to English and the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language.

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Centre for English Corpus Linguistics

Winner of two prestigious awards, the Macmillan English Dictionary has been created by leading English language academics and lexicographers from Britain and the USA for advanced learners of English. It is specially designed to help learners to understand English, use English and be more aware of how English works.

What Makes the Macmillan English Dictionary Special? • It makes a clear distinction between high-frequency core vocabulary and the

less common words needed mainly for reference. The MED is the only learner’s dictionary to highlight effectively the most important 7,500 words – the ideal vocabulary size for an advanced learner – by printing them in red, grading them with stars, and offering detailed explanations on how to use them. • Menus take students straight to the right meaning. • The MED differentiates between the receptive and productive needs of advanced learners. • It includes collocation and metaphor boxes (along with usage notes on style, grammar and varieties of English), vocabulary-building sections, and Language Awareness pages on idioms, pragmatics, word formation and much more. • The MED was created with expert advice following a two-year collaboration with the Centre for English Corpus Linguistics. Experienced teachers, coursebook writers and language students contributed suggestions and comments at every stage of the writing process, providing detailed information about what learners really need to know.

Full coverage of American and British English spelling, pronunciation and meaning

Menus in longer entries take users straight to the right meaning

The most important words to be used for writing and speaking are highlighted in red and graded with stars

Editor-in-Chief

MED provides all the support you need, whether you are reading, writing, speaking or listening. Its 7,500 “red words” the core vocabulary of English - help learners to focus on what is really worth learning. And with its unique, carefullyresearched package of writing aids and common error notes, MED gives users the tools to become more confident writers.

Over 1,000 illustrated words, with separate full-color sections

Simple, clear definitions are written using only 2,500 of the most common words

Unique boxes show how many familiar words and phrases have metaphorical meanings

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Cross references to related words, phrases and illustrations for developing vocabulary

Clearly labeled subject-specific vocabulary

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This two-color dictionary of collocations is designed for upper intermediate to advanced students to help them write more natural and idiomatic English. The dictionary derives its information from a two billion-word corpus using cutting-edge software, with all entries drafted and edited by an expert team comprising the best ELT lexicographers in the UK.

What Makes the Macmillan Collocations Dictionary Special? • Collocations are presented for over 4,500 carefully selected key words.

• The dictionary focuses on students’ productive needs, by helping

them to identify contexts and hence produce natural word combinations to indicate which meaning of a word or collocate is intended. • Within each entry, collocations are grouped in semantic sets for easy identification. Examples from real English are incorporated for each set to show how collocations are used in context. • Special attention is given to collocations frequent in academic and professional writing, with information on register provided where appropriate. • The layout is easy to use, with all headwords printed in red. • Usage boxes are provided with grammatical notes, synonyms and alternative expressions.

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Visit www.macmillandictionaries.com for more information about the Macmillan Collocations Dictionary. You can download sample pages and free e-lessons, and read about how the dictionary was created, by Editor-in-Chief Michael Rundell.

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This two-color dictionary of phrasal verbs contains unique features to help students grasp this challenging and essential area of the English language.

What Makes the Macmillan Phrasal Verbs Plus Special? • It includes clear explanations of how to use every phrasal verb, using grammar patterns and examples.

• Collocation boxes list the words phrasal verbs typically occur with, to help you speak and write more naturally.

• The most frequent phrasal verbs are highlighted in red and graded with

stars, to make them easier to identify and learn. • Clear, simple definitions using a restricted defining vocabulary help the language learning process. • Menus in entries with five or more meanings help you find the one you want quickly. • An index of single-word equivalents enables you to find phrasal verbs by starting with single-word verbs which you already know. • It includes an explanation of how particles contribute to the meaning of phrasal verbs. • A 16-page language study section contains help with pronunciation, register, grammar and metaphorical uses of phrasal verbs. • Over 100 two-color cartoon illustrations make verbs more memorable. • Thousands of examples, and hundreds of synonyms and antonyms, help build students’ vocabulary.

Watch Steve Taylore-Knowles talking about phrasal verb particles on our online catalog at www.macmillan.com.mx. Steve is also co-author of Mind Series (pp73-77) and the Laser New Edition (p56).

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Macmillan Books For Teachers Teaching English Grammar What to Teach and How to Teach it Jim Scrivener The essential handbook for teachers wanting to prepare and deliver effective grammar lessons. It combines a comprehensive grammar reference with practical teaching advice, helping teachers to both understand grammar points and present them. It presents concept questions, timelines and other useful insights to help teachers prepare lessons using language suitable for students rather than academic prose and includes information on common student errors to help teachers anticipate likely problems. Every trainee teacher and language school staffroom should have a copy of this book.

Uncovering CLIL

Content and Language Integrated Learning in Bilingual and Multilingual Education Peeter Mehisto, Maria-Jesus Frigols and David Marsh CLIL refers to methodologies in which a language is used as a medium for the teaching of non-language content. Uncovering CLIL is a guide for both language and subject teachers to the methodologies and techniques involved in CLIL teaching. Packed with practical ideas and suggestions about what works in the classroom, it features explanations and examples of how to use CLIL at primary, secondary and vocational levels.

Blended Learning

Using Technology in and beyond the Language Classroom

400 Ideas for Interactive Whiteboards

Pete Sharma and Barney Barrett

Instant Activities using Technology

The ideal companion for teachers interested in using technology in the language classroom, Blended Learning provides an overview of the technology currently available. It combines basic information for the technological novice with sophisticated ideas for using technology in the classroom.

Barney Barrett, Pete Sharma and Francis Jones This book provides a wealth of resources to help teachers integrate the digital board into their classrooms. It offers ideas for using regular programs and software, as well as advice on how to create specifically-tailored resources, suggestions for project work, ‘learning to learn’ activities and ‘the connected classroom.’ It provides systematic coverage of skills to enhance and support students’ learning and includes guidance on a range of technological approaches for all levels of experience.

Uncovering EAP

How to Teach Academic Writing and Reading Sam McCarter and Phil Jakes Uncovering EAP explains the processes involved in teaching academic writing and reading to students studying in an English-speaking environment. It includes an extensive range of practical activities and worksheets which teachers can use in their classrooms, as well as case studies of real-life challenges faced by EAP teachers, with suggestions on how to tackle them.

Learning Teaching Third Edition

The Essential Guide to English Language Teaching Jim Scrivener This has been one of the most successful guides in ELT since it was first published in 1994. Its no-nonsense approach makes it a superb teaching textbook for initial training courses, and also an essential handbook for practicing ELT teachers. This new edition contains new sections on CLIL, young learners and teaching exam classes, while updated material on technology covers the use of computers, interactive whiteboards and virtual learning environments. Included in the book is a DVD with video footage of experienced teachers in action to demonstrate common teaching techniques, observation tasks to use in class, and photocopiable activity worksheets.

Don’t forget to look out for some of our methodology authors in the Macmillan webinars. You can view or download them at www.macmillanenglish.com/webinars

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Beyond the Sentence

Introducing Discourse Analysis Scott Thornbury Scott Thornbury shows how insights into discourse affect our work as language teachers, and how to transform theories into practical classroom activities.

An A-Z of ELT

In a Foreign Language

Scott Thornbury

Christine Nuttall

An A-Z of ELT is a fully crossreferenced, alphabetical guide to ELT that defines and explains essential concepts and terminology from fields including grammar, linguistics, discourse analysis and phonology. It describes language teaching techniques and theories and summarizes the major issues and debates. The entries are clear, concise and accessible.

Christine Nuttall examines the skills required to read effectively, and suggests classroom strategies for developing reading skills and testing reading.

Children Learning English

This text highlights and explores selected areas of grammar and vocabulary with exercises and commentaries.

Discover English

Rod Bolitho and Brian Tomlinson

A Guidebook for English Language Teachers

Methodology

Teaching Reading Skills

A Dictionary of Terms and Concepts

Jayne Moon Children bring to their English lessons a natural curiosity about the world. This book helps teachers to observe and use the natural learning strengths of their pupils, while reflecting on and learning from their own experience.

Teaching Practice

A Handbook for Teachers in Training Roger Gower, Diane Phillips and Steve Walters

Uncovering Grammar Scott Thornbury

This reference book for EFL teachers in training takes into account current Cambridge & RSA CELTA assessment guidelines.

This book challenges the traditional view of grammar as something to be learned, suggesting that it is more like a process that emerges. It shows how to create the right conditions for students to uncover grammar.

700 Classroom Activities

How to Help Grammar Emerge

Instant Lessons for Busy eachers David Seymour and Maria Popova This easy-to-use reference book provides 700 classroom-tested activities for students of all levels, organized into four clear sections: conversations, functions, grammar and vocabulary.

Sound Foundations Learning and Teaching Pronunciation Adrian Underhill This detailed book on phonology shows how sounds are physically made, and offers practical classroom activities to help improve your students’ pronunciation. It comes with an audio CD.

500 Activities for the Primary Classroom Carol Read

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A Advanced Language Practice 93 All Aboard! 29 American Inspiration 49 American Inspiration for Teens 46 Animal Explorers 10, 58 Apps 5 Attitude 72 A-Z of ELT, An 119

IELTS Skills Apps

B Basic Survival 103 BEC Testbuilders 91 Best Buddies 18 Beyond the Sentence 118 Blended Learning 118 Bounce Now 26-27 Brainstorm 37 Brainwave 34-37 Breakthrough Plus 70-71 Business, The 100-101 Business English Series 98, 103 C CAE Testbuilder Children Learning English Choices Code Culture World

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D Diccionario Macmillan Castillo Direct to FCE Direct to IELTS Direct to TOEFL® iBT Discover English

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F Faces 19 Fantastic! 29 FCE Testbuilder 91 First Certificate Language Practice 93 Footprints 39 G Gateway 53-55, 66 Get Ready for Business 100 Global 80-83

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Onestopenglish

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Onestopenglish App

IELTS Language Practice

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IELTS Testbuilders

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In Company Second Edition

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Inside Out Series

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Insights 46 Inspiration 51 Inspired 48-49 Intermediate Language Practice

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IWB Material

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KET for Schools Testbuilder

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Presentations in English

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Proficiency Testbuilder

Laser New Edition

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Learning Teaching Third Edition

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Living English

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Reading Styles

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Ready for CAE

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RedNova Consultants

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Sound Foundations

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Macmillan Children’s Readers

106

Sounds Pronunciation App

Macmillan Collocations Dictionary

117

Speaking of Speech

Macmillan Early Learners Visuals

59

Macmillan English Campus

7, 98 116

Macmillan English Grammar In Context

96 115 59 113 40 117

8-9, 94 111-112 115

Macmillan Science

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Macmillan Secondary Poster Pack

59

Macmillan Test Maker

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Macmillan Writing Series

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masterMind 73-76 Meetings in English

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Mega 47 Megatrends 47 Mind Series

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Skills for First Certificate Sky High

Macmillan School Dictionary

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Macmillan Readers

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Reading Keys New Edition

Macmillan Books for Teachers 96, 99, 118-119

Macmillan Practice Online (MPO)

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Macmillan Phrasal Verbs Plus

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Portfolio Readers

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Macmillan Mathematics

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PET for Schools Testbuilder

Language Practice Series

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Squeeze 17 Straightforward

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Straightforward Second Edition

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Style Update

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Survival English

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T Take Shape Teaching English Grammar

32-33 96, 118

Teaching Practice Teaching Reading Skills

119 99, 119

Telephone English

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Testbuilder for TOEFL® iBT

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Testbuilders Series

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TOEFL® Preparation Course

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Twist and Shout

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Uncovering EAP

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Uncovering Grammar

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M Tunes

Wordlists Apps

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Writing Essays

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Writing Paragraphs

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Writing Research Papers

97

Writing Sentences

97

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N Networking in English

21 20-21 22 50 16

PET Testbuilder

Ready for IELTS

Macmillan Literature Collections

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Macmillan Foundation Skills

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openMind

Language Games

Macmillan Essential Dictionary

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Rally On

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Macmillan English Dictionary

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H Hats On Hats On Top Hello Jojo Hot Spot Hula Hoop

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IELTS Foundation

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New American Inside Out

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New Inside Out

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New Inspiration

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You and Me

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Young Learners English Practice Tests

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