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Course

Beginner

High Beginner/ Pre-Intermediate Elementary

A1 Beginner 0 Breakthrough

A2 Elementary 1 Elementary

IELTS 0–2

KET IELTS 3

Intermediate

Upper Intermediate

Advanced

B1/B1+ Pre-int/Intermediate 2 Lower intermediate

B2/B2+ Intermediate/Upper Int 3 Upper intermediate

C2/C2 Advanced 5 Upper advanced

PET/BEC Preliminary IELTS 4

FCE/BEC Vantage IELTS 5

B2/C1 Upper Int/Advanced 4 Lower advanced Competent user CAE/BEC Higher IELTS 6

Pre-school/KG 11

Hello Jojo

12

You and Me

14

Hula Hoop

15

Hats On

16

Fingerprints

16

Surprise!

16

Playtime

Levels Chart

Page

Primary 18

English World

22

Macmillan English

24

Way Ahead

25

Jump Aboard

26

Footprints

27

Caravan

28

Smile for Me

28

Time for English

28

Bravo!

29

Take Shape

30

All Aboard!

30

Fantastic!

30

Bounce

31

Twist and Shout Council of Europe level Macmillan level ALTE level Cambridge ESOL exam

CPE IELTS 7–8

Teenage/Secondary 59

Code

60

New Inspiration

61 61

Inspiration American Inspiration

62

Gateway

64

Hot Spot

65

Move Ahead

66

Smash

66

Tempo

66

Mega

67

Shine

67

American Shine

CLIL, Skills, Reference & Methodology 69

Vocabulary Practice Series

69

Macmillan Topics

70

Macmillan English Grammar in Context

71

Destination Series

72

Rainbow

72

Learning to Listen

72

Reading Keys

73

Effective Reading

73

English Reading and Comprehension

74

Sentence Writing

74

Writing in Paragraphs

74

Academic Writing

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Digital Resources

Interactive Whiteboard Material Macmillan Education produces a wide range of products for use on Interactive Whiteboards, both to support Macmillan courses and as standalone resources for use alongside any coursebook. The following can be used as standalone materials or in conjunction with any coursebook.

Science Zone Science Zone is designed for teachers of primary students who would like to use some cross-curricular content in their lessons, and who enjoy the versatility and teaching opportunities offered by Interactive Whiteboards. This IWB software will complement any textbook-based teaching programme through all levels of primary. Science Zone IWB CD-ROM

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

42557 9

42703 0

42708 5

ISBN PREFIX 978 8479

These IWB materials are platform independent Key features ■

Each Science Zone pack includes approximately 150 enjoyable and engaging Interactive Whiteboard activities and 36 photocopiable worksheets

Covers 12 key scientific topics per level

The interactive activities cleverly exploit the benefits of IWB technology to their maximum potential to ensure students are engaged and motivated

Self-correcting activities reject incorrect answers and confirm correct answers in a variety of ways to keep students entertained

Teacher’s Notes include comprehensive, step-by-step instructions about how to use the material with classes

Suggestions for extra activities, project work and homework are also found in the Teacher’s Notes

Busy Board Busy Board are topic-based Interactive Whiteboard materials for primary students that encourage active involvement in the classroom. Ten beautifully illustrated topic areas with entertaining activities improve lexical and content knowledge through interactive games that get the students moving and motivated to learn. The software can be used as standalone material or as a complement to any primary coursebook. Busy Board IWB CD-ROM

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Levels 1-3 Pack

72985 8

72986 5

72987 2

72988 9

ISBN PREFIX 978 0230

Animal Explorers Primary/Secondary P /S 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, and incorporates hundreds of activities. Animal Explorers ISBN PREFIX 978 0230

British English Number of users American English Number of users

1

2-5

6-10

11-20

43502 5

75167 5

75168 2

43503 2

1

2-5

6-10

11-20

75169 9

75170 5

75171 2

75172 9

Also available as part of Macmillan English Campus (see p.9)

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All Macmillan Education CD-ROMs and Macmillan Practice Online can be used on Interactive Whiteboards. Simply project the CD-ROM onto any whiteboard to create interactive group activities in class.

FFor more information about any of these products, please visit www.macmillanenglish.com


Digital Resources

Interactive Whiteboard Material Gateway Interactive Classroom Gateway Interactive Classroom takes full advantage of the multimedia nature of the course by offering a digital version of the Student’s Book, including extra activities, integrated audio, video resources and a teacher’s area for material creation. Key features ■

Easy-to-use tools including a zoom feature to highlight activities

Interactive activities including a text analysis tool

Cross-curricular and cross-cultural video materials

Platform independent and compatible with Windows PCs or Macs

Gateway Interactive Classroom ISBN PREFIX 978 0230 IWB CD-ROM (single user)

A2

B1

B1+

72342 9

72348 1

72354 2

New Inspiration Interactive Classroom New Inspiration embraces the digital generation and offers multimedia and interactive solutions for use in the classroom. Key features ■

The entire Student’s Book in digital format, perfect for using as part of whole-class teaching and visual presentation of key language

Brand-new interactive activities that are not found in the book

Video footage featuring cultural themes adds a great multimedia aspect to whole-class teaching

Platform independent and compatible with Windows PCs or Macs

New Inspiration Interactive Classroom

Level 1

Level 2

ISBN PREFIX 978 0230 IWB CD-ROM (single user)

41241 5

41245 3

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

Digital version of the complete Student’s Book

Get to know the Glooms with embedded clickable interactive activities

Large-format digital flashcards perfect for whole-class teaching

Platform independent and compatible with any make of IWB

Smash Interactive Whiteboard

Hot spot Interactive Classroom Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

ISBN PREFIX 978 0230 IWB CD-ROM (single user)

41941 4

41943 8

41944 5

41945 2

41939 1

Interactive Whiteboard software which engages students and creates a team atmosphere through fun and easy-to-use interactive activities, video and comprehension questions, and karaoke-style songs! Key features Smash

Operates on Windows 2000, XP, Vista

Unit activities made active for teaching convenience

All course audio embedded in every page ge

Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

ISBN PREFIX 978 9604 IWB CD-ROM (single user) 47260 4

47261 1

47262 8

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Digital Resources

Websites From free resources to support our print courses, through subscription sites for teachers with huge resource banks of supplementary materials, to online learning portals for students, Macmillan’s websites provide everything you need for effective language teaching and learning.

Young Learners

Inspiration

www.macmillanenglish.com/younglearners

www.macmillanenglish.com/inspiration

Gateway G

R Readers

Hot Spot

www.macmillanenglish.com/gateway www.gateway-online.net

www.macmillanreaders.com

www.macmillanenglish.com/hotspot

In 2011 the number one resource site for English language teachers is celebrating its tenth anniversary - and thanks to a brand-new design, it’s never looked better. With over 7,000 resources organised into core subject areas, including complete lesson plans, worksheets, audio, video and flashcards, you’ll always find what you’re looking for on onestopenglish. Whether you teach children, teenagers, adults or business executives,onestopenglish is the only place to come for your English language teaching materials. Visit www.onestopenglish.com for more information and to find out about our special birthday promotions and competitions!

‘Try before you buy’ with free sample material in all sections of the site

Use our popular weekly news lessons from The Guardian

Find a huge range of audio and podcasts, with easy-to-use lesson plans

Access a complete subscription service, with resources published every week

Bookmark resources and plan lessons with the Learning Calendar

Download more than 700 CLIL resources from the dedicated onestopclil section

Courtesy of Apple Inc.

Key features

Social Media A teacher resource bank for primary and secondary CLIL teachers can be found in a dedicated section within onestopenglish.

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The Macmillan Education team are available for interaction across all the usual online social media applications. Follow us on Twitter for the latest ELT updates, become a fan on Facebook to keep abreast of publications and events, and visit our YouTube channel for mini-lectures and classroom resources. www.macmillanenglish.com/connect


Digital Resources

www.macmillandictionary.com d c o a y.co Free online dictionary y and thesaurus

Apps www.macmillaneducationapps.com

Macmillan Dictionary for iPhone, iPod Touch & iPad These easy-to-use, practical and snappy tools give learners of English access to ‘on-the-spot’ definitions, phonetics, pronunciation and synonyms plus the feature that makes Macmillan English dictionaries unique: the red-star system indicating frequency of usage.

Highly interactive and intuitive

Star system indicates the frequency of usage of a word

Pronunciation audio available for either British or American English

Users can create their own wordlists, review their most recently searched words and view directly the most common 7,500 words

Vocabulary tests make the application fun

Courtesy of Apple Inc.

Key features

Pronunciation App The perfect companion mobile app for both students and teachers interested in English pronunciation, produced in association with Adrian Underhill, and taking content from the best-selling book Sound Foundations. Courtesy of Apple Inc.

Key features ■

Tap on the interactive phonetic chart to hear the sound of the symbol, plus an example word

Toggle between British and American pronunciation

Practise and test yourself with the built-in quizzes and wordlists

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Digital Resources

eBooks www.macmillaneducation.com/ebooks

Learning is changing, Language is mobile.

We’ve chosen a range of titles that are perfect for teachers looking for background reading or extra resources and students who want to fill travel time. You can browse the books first, flick through a few pages, as you would do the real thing, before deciding on the right one.

Courtesy of Apple Inc.

With space and time at a premium, we’re developing Macmillan’s new eBooks with a wide range of our most popular titles already available in electronic format. Our eBooks offer flexibility to anyone looking for electronic versions of our titles. There’s no need to carry physical copies any more; the whole book and listening materials are available to download, ready for transferring to your mobile, hand-held device or computer.

The range of titles Everyone loves a good book, and whether your favourite is Macmillan Reader modern, classic, adventure or crime, our range of popular graded readers are all ready to download. Or maybe you’ve simply run out of physical space in the library or school, and are considering creating a digital library for students to access? Add the whole range of graded readers to your bookshelf for students to browse.

Looking for one of Macmillan’s classic photocopiable worksheets from our very useful resource books? You can now download your own version of some of the most popular and classic resource books – such as Children’s Games and English Sketches.

Desperate for the recommended methodology title that you can’t get your hands on? Our eBooks now provide many of the seminal Macmillan Books for Teachers range.

Next steps As our list expands this year, you’ll find a growing range of exams and business self-study titles. It’s all pretty simple. Visit the site to try out a free Macmillan Reader.

www.macmillaneducation.com/ebooks Our eBooks are also available through popular eBooks stores.

Courtesy of Apple Inc.

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Equips teachers, encourages students, enhances learning Macmillan English Campus is the ultimate blended learning solution. Combining sophisticated course-management tools with a database of over 4,200 activities, the English Campus offers a flexible and engaging online learning environment which allows teachers full control of the resources, automatically monitors students’ progress and meets the needs of the institution.

Weekly updated news items at three levels in association with The Guardian Weekly

NEW NEW EW LLO OO O OK OK

The branding option allows institutions to add their own logo to the platform

Digital Resources

Macmillan English Campus

Teachers follow the progress and marks of their classes

Personalised and flexible tools for bookmarks, wordlists and weblinks available to all students and teachers

Quality-assured Macmillan content Teachers can access a digital library of methodology books, and add methodology units to courses

To find out more, go to www.macmillanenglishcampus.com

Language Games CD-ROM Language Games features over 150 compelling English language games in three bands of language difficulty. Developed by Macmillan Education’s leading ELT authors, the games offer real language practice for learners from young teenagers to adults. The CD-ROM is available in British English and American English for single users or as a network edition (1–25 users) for schools and universities. Try before you buy: you can find sample games at www.macmillanenglishcampus.com/games Compatible with Windows ® XP and MAC ® OS x 10.x; minimum 512 MB RAM. Language Games ISBN PREFIX 978 1405 Single Edition (British) Single Edition (American)

09566 2 Network Edition (British) 09567 9 Network Edition (American)

09568 6 09569 3

Macmillan Practice Online is an online practice environment for learners of English. With over 60 courses to choose from, and a wealth of engaging online resources, supplementary practice has never been more flexible or more affordable. Accessible anywhere with an internet connection, MPO is the easiest, most cost-effective way to offer online learning to all your students, working alongside your printed resources to improve their results. An MPO is available for Inspiration, New Inspiration, American Inspiration, Gateway, and Code. For details of all MPO courses, visit www.macmillanpracticeonline.com

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Pre-School/KG 8

Pre-School/KG


Pre-School/KG

British English

One level for children aged 21/2 -4

Naomi Simmons Hello ll Jojo jo develops d l a love l off learning l English l h through h h ffun and d motivating games, stories and songs for very young learners. It is the ideal course for pre-reading and pre-writing children. Hello Jojo o can be used as preparation for children going on to use You and Me levels 1 and 2, or independently as a one-year pre-primary course. Key features ■

Methodology reflects the cognitive development of this age group, with an emphasis on movement and receptive skills

Eight units cover topics from the children’s world such as family, colours and food

Simple stories introduce the idea of sequencing and prepare for more complex concepts later on

One-per-term 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

Development of skills, such as left-to-right pencil progression, gives children a good grounding for reading and writing Hello Jojo

Active time uses children’s natural energy in activities involving movement Pupil’s Book

Level 1

ISBN PREFIX 978 0230 Pupil’s Book Activity Book 1 Activity Book 2 Teacher’s Book Flashcards Audio CD Sticker Pack

72780 9 72781 6 72782 3 72779 3 72783 0 72784 7 72785 4

Letter and number formation are integral to the course

Sticker activities are motivating for young learners and develop motor skills

Quiet time gives pupils the opportunity to concentrate on a task at their own pace Pupil’s Book

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Pre-School/KG

British English

Two levels for children aged 4-5

Naomi Simmons Y You and d Me e presents llanguage through h h to opics which reflect the world of pre-school children. It is a fully integrated course with an extensive phonics, reading, w writing and numeracy programme. w

Key features ■

Appealing course characters and enjoyable stories ensure motivation for the children

Language is presented through a variety of exciting and enjoyable activities

Units follow a regular pattern giving the children a sense of security

Reading and writing skills are systematically developed

Memorable songs and chants develop listening and speaking skills

Fun and easy-to-use craft activities help children to learn by doing

Numbers Book develops numeracy alongside literacy

T The engaging characters and motivating story in a every unit provide a natural e ccontext for language

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Enjoyable activities practise the vocabulary

TPR (Total Physical Response) activities reinforce meaning and are fun for young children


Songs make the sounds memorable for the children

Pre-School/KG

Children learn letter formation and phonics awareness right from the beginning

Arts and craft activities help children to learn by doing and take pride in their work

You and Me Pupil’s Book 1

You and Me Numbers Book 1

Children learn to form numbers correctly, developing numeracy alongside literacy with the Numbers Book

You and Me ISBN PREFIX 978 1405 Pupil’s Book Activity Book Numbers Book Teacher’s Book Cassette Flashcards Posters ISBN PREFIX 978 0230 Audio CD

Level 1 Level 2 07944 0 07945 7 07946 4 07947 1 07950 1 07949 5 07948 8

07951 8 07952 5 07953 2 07954 9 07957 0 07956 3 07955 6

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SEE ALSO Explorers pages 48-53

You and Me Flashcards 1

Flashcards further reinforce vocabulary and sounds

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Pre-School/KG

America an English

Four levels for children aged 21/2 -5

Lorena Peimbert Hula l Hoop p is a b brand-new d ffour-level l l pre-school h l course that h offers ff a gentle l introduction d to English l h for those schools with more limited class time. Created specifically to be manageable for this age group but to achieve solid linguistic outcomes. With an emphasis on movement, coordination, dexterity and most importantly fun, Hula Hoop pays particular attention to the development of competencies including auditory discrimination, language and communication, pre-literacy and visual discrimination, real world exploration, social and personal development, mathematical thinking and artistic expression. Key features ■

Combined Pupil’s Book and Workbook

Levels 1-3 contain festival lessons and cut-out pages

A printable Teacher’s Diary on the accompanying CD allows the pre-school teacher to keep track of everyday classroom experiences and can be used as a helpful record of children’s progress

Easy-to-use and self-contained components

Spiral-bound books mean that pages can be folded right over and do not flop shut while the children are working, an advantage for both left- and right-handed pupils

Each lesson is achievable in a relatively short time with clear linguistic and whole-child development goals

Hula Hoop ISBN PREFIX 978 6074 Student Book Teacher’s Edition (All levels) Class Audio CDs (All levels)

Nursery Level 1 73193 4

73194 1

Level 2

Level 3

73195 8

73210 8

All Levelss 73211 5 73212 2

Hula Hoop Book 1 H

Children are asked to reflect upon the unit and personalise the page in a way that uses the target language in an artistic and meaningful way.

Lessons 2-5 are the core linguistic lessons within each unit. The vocabulary is presented systematically and supported by a simple language chunk in a meaningful context that is highlighted in bold in the footer.

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Goal competencies for each lesson are identified at the bottom of each page with a character using a coloured Hula Hoop. The colours of the Hula Hoops represent the different competencies.

Hula Hoop Book 1


Pre-School/KG Three levels for children aged 4-6

Caroline Linse and Elly Schottman

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Drawing on young children’s knowledge of the world, Hats On encoura ages children to explore key concepts through English.

Key features ■

A concept-driven syllabus helps children develop key competencies through English

Children simultaneously develop English language, science, maths, social studies, art and physical development skills

Phonemic awareness is built up alongside basic literacy and numeracy

Engaging songs, chants and stories

Student Take-Home CD including the songs and chants from the Student’s Book means parents can practise with their children at home

Sticker Pack in the Student’s Book is used to present target vocabulary

Activity Book provides extra practice of key target language

Teacher’s Edition includes activities for visual, auditory and kinesthetic learners

Hats On Student’s Book Pack

Hats On Students Book 1

Hats On ISBN PREFIX 978 9708 Student’s Book Pack Activity Book ISBN PREFIX 978 9706 Teacher’s Edition Pack ISBN PREFIX 978 0230 Teacher’s Edition Pack

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

09179 4 09164 0

09180 0 09165 7

09181 7 09166 4

50396 1

50438 8 -72942 1

Student’s Book Pack = Student’s Book + Take-Home CD + Sticker Pack

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Pre-School/KG

America an English

Three levels for children aged 4-6 Interactive i CD-ROM

Caroline Linse and Elly Schottman

Fingerprints s uses a hands-on approach to stimulate children’s language use in the context of their wider development. Fingerprints

Key features

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95463 8 95464 5 95465 2 97446 9 97050 8 98840 4

Child-centred themes include a fairytale that can be performed as an end-of-year play

Conversation pages maximise children’s oral communication

Try this! cross-curricular activities integrate English with maths, science, art and cookery

Reading and phonics work is supported by full-colour stickers k in the h b backk off the h b bookk

Unit Review pages consolidate language and develop children’s listening skills

First Letters and First Numbers are additional activity workbooks that support and extend the early literacy and numeracy skills presented in Fingerprints

Click-On CD-ROM provides interactive language activities for children to practise and review language at their own pace

SEE ALSO Macmillan English Handwriting page 33 Explorers pages 48-53

Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 All Levels

ISBN PREFIX 978 0333 Student’s Book 95455 3 Activity Book 95456 0 Teacher’s Guide 95457 7 Audio CD 97444 5 First Letters 97048 5 First Numbers 98838 1 CD-ROM

97625 8

British English

Printha Ellis and Mary Bowen

Two levels for children aged 4-5

Surprise! provides a comprehensive base that will prepare children for primary-level courses. Surprise!

Level 1 Level 2

ISBN PREFIX 978 0333 Key features Pupil’s Book ■ A carefully structured introduction to English Activity Book Numbers Book ■ Well-paced writing and reading takes learners from Audio Cassette alphabet shapes to complete words and sentences ■ Active learning through authentic songs, rhymes and simple stories in meaningful contexts ■ Bright, lively pictures filled with entertaining characters ■ Clear and concise guidelines for teachers with suggestions for extra activities

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SEE ALSO Explorers pages 48-53

British English

Gabby bb Pritchard h d with h Amanda d Thomas h

Three levels for children aged 4-6

Playtime is a comprehensive three-level course for children who are beginning to explore the world through English. It provides the perfect preparation for primary school by focusing on early literacy and numeracy skills. Playtime

My First Playtime Level 1 Level 2

ISBN PREFIX 978 0333 Picture Book Activity Book Teacher’s Book Teacher’s Resource Book Story Book Audio Cassette Flashcards Play and Say Book ABC Book All About Me Book Counting Book Flipchart

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Key features ■ An active approach to language acquisition

Flipchart images introduce the topic of the unit

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92522 5 93328 2

All About Me Activity Books personalise learning

ABC Books provide handwriting practice

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92525 6 99207 4 92510 2 92516 4 92520 1 92518 8 92530 0

Authentic songs, rhymes and stories reinforce new language

Counting Books introduce mathematical concepts

A topic-based syllabus deals with important early concepts such as size, shape and colour

The Teacher’s Book is a step-bystep guide to support teachers to make the most of SEE ALSO the course

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Macmillan English Handwriting page 33 Explorers pages 48-53


Primary

Primary

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Primary

British English

NOW WITH 6 LEVELS

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Ten levels for children aged 6-16

Mary Bowen and d Liz Li Hocking H ki with i h Nick N Beare English li h World ld is a visually ll stunning ten-level l l course which h h willll take k children h ld through h h from f Primary to Secondary. d Written by the authors of best-sellers Way Ahead d and Macmillan English, English World combines best-practice methodology with innovative new features for the modern classroom. Active whole-class learning is supported by vibrant posters and interactive activities on the DVD-ROM. Thorough grammar and skills work is applied in natural contexts in the real world, through dialogues and cross-curricular material. English World d provides a complete package for today’s teachers and pupils. Key features ■

Innovative Teacher’s DVD-ROM adds an exciting dimension to classroom teaching, and helps the teacher prepare customised materials

Filmed classes of real teachers using English World in the classroom (on the DVD-ROM) are an invaluable tool for classroom management and lesson planning

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 pages in the Workbook help pupils develop strategies such as scanning and thinking skills

Dictionary for each level develops valuable strategies for later learning

Projects and portfolios encourage independent learning

Grammar Practice Books at each level consolidate pupils’ learning

At levels 5 and 6, more reading material is adapted from real-life sources and pupils learn about the structure of different reading genres such as plays and newspaper articles

The Authors Mary Bowen BA (Hons), PGCE (TEFL), was a co-author of Way Ahead, and is also one of the Macmillan English authors. She has taught English as a second language in the UK, France, Spain, and in the former Yugoslavia. Mary is a hugely successful author, specialising in books aimed at young learners. In addition to writing, she also works as a producer of educational audio material for children. Liz Hocking BA, Cert TEFL, is a qualified English teacher and has taught at secondary level in the UK. She is one of the authors of Macmillan English, and contributed to the new edition of Way Ahead. She has edited teaching materials for primary level in the UK and is an experienced ELT editor.

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A lively dialogue presents the target structure in context and promotes fluency

Primary

English World facilitates whole class learning

The opening spread of each unit and accompanying poster teach vocabulary through topics familiar to primary children

English World Pupil’s Book 1

English World offers an innovative digital package that will transform every stage of your lesson English World Teacher’s DVD-ROM

Teacher-training videos demonstrate how to use the Interactive Whiteboard material in the classroom

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Teacher’s DVD-ROM ■

Interactive Whiteboard materials

Filmed presentations of dialogues from the Pupil’s Book

Writing exercises for the Interactive Whiteboard

Teacher-training videos

Interactive dictionary

Animated phonics exercises

Animated posters from the Pupil’s Books

Test builder creates customised printable tests for all levels

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Primary

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English World gives pupils the tools to write for different purposes

English World expands knowledge and v vocabulary through cross-curricular material Material that takes pupils into different subject areas expands their vocabulary and prepares them for studying other school subjects in English

English World Pupil’s Book 4

SEE ALSO S E Explorers pages 48-53 Children Learning C E English page 83

English World

Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6

ISBN PREFIX 978 0230 Pupil’s Book Workbook Grammar Practice Book Dictionary Teacher’s Book Audio CD DVD-ROM Flashcards Posters

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02460 1 02478 6 03205 7 03215 6 02472 4 02451 9 03225 5 02457 1 02466 3

02461 8 02479 3 03206 4 03216 3 02473 1 02452 6 03226 2 02458 8 02467 0

02462 5 02480 9 03207 1 03217 0 02474 8 02453 3 03227 9

02463 2 02481 6 03208 8 03218 7 02475 5 02454 0 03228 6

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Levels 7-8 available in 2012; Levels 9-10 in 2013.

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Macmillan

Primary

English

British English

Six levels for children aged 6-12

Mary Bowen, Printha Ellis, Liz Hocking, Wendy Wren, Louis Fidge Macmillan ill English li h is the h first Internationall English l h course to be b informed f d by b English l h lessons in native-speaker classrooms. It combines best-practice L1 and best-practice L2 methodology to meet the needs of today’s teachers and learners. Macmillan English recognises that proficiency in English is an essential part of modern life, and that early exposure to rich and genuine language allows young learners to move confidently towards native-speaker fluency in both oral and written English.

Key features ■

CD-ROM for each level provides further consolidation of grammar and vocabulary

Beautifully illustrated Fluency Book helps children develop natural intonation and provides stimulus for speaking

Exciting 18-episode adventure story in the Fluency Book keeps young learners motivated to see what happens next

Collaborative and independent writing tasks build confidence and promote cooperative learning

A rich variety of text types and related tasks ensure students develop higher-order reading skills from an early stage

EAL (English as an Additional Language) – the mix of L1 and L2 methodology makes the course ideal for use in classrooms that follow the National Literacy Framework. For more details see www.macmillanenglish.com/eal

TEACHER TRAINING DVD available on request

The reading text provides a model for the writing task. Children learn writing skills such as note-taking, helping them to study other subjects in English.

Topics are cross-curricular and reflect the real world

Macmillan English Language Book 5

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Primary

Macmillan English CD-ROM for all levels

Interactive activities recycle vocabulary

Interactive i CD-ROM Resource site i www.macmillanenglish.com/younglearners

The speaking tasks become more independent and students are encouraged to give their opinions

The Fluency Book at levels 4-6 presents appealing topics through a “radio programme”. Students develop listening skills with interesting and varied tasks.

Macmillan English Fluency Book 5

SEE ALSO Macmillan English Handwriting page 33 Explorers pages 48-53

Macmillan English

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Primary

British English

Six levels for children aged 6-12

Printha Ellis and Mary Bowen Read d ding based, b d withh a strong communnicat atiive at ivvvee flflavo avo a av avour vour, vo ur, ur Wa ay Ahead offers a variety of inviting ti child-centred hild t d acttivities which have been carefully graded and are suuitable for classes in a variety of cultural backgrounds.

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R Relevant topics, a strong grammar syllabus and the systematic s development of skills combine to offer an approach to learning English thatt reallyy is Way Ahead! Key ffeatures ■

Crafts and finger puppets in the Teacher’s Resource Books develop motor skills and help children to learn to work cooperatively

Cross-curricular Reading for Pleasure pages can be expanded into projects to help children apply their English in a real-world context

Recordings of the Reading for Pleasure pages on the Story Audio CDs develop an awareness of natural intonation

Multi-functional posters focus the children through games and other activities

CD-ROM for each level has interactive games which make learning fun

Handwriting section in the Practice Book gives extra help or extra challenge for mixed-ability classes

Downloadable tests are among the resources available online at www.macmillanenglish.com/younglearners Way Ahead ISBN PREFIX 978 1405 Workbook Practice Book Teacher’s Book Flashcards Posters CD-ROM

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Primary British English

Six levels for children aged 8-12

Paul A. Davies With a well-structured syllabus and the benefits of communicative teaching, Jump Aboard offers a course with an attractive modern design that is straightforward to teach and fun to learn from. See page 30 for the American English version of this course. Key features ■

An exciting adventure story engages students at the start of each unit

Systematic coverage of phonics and spelling builds confidence

Songs, poems and chants develop natural intonation

Cross-curricular pages link to school subjects with enjoyable texts and personalised tasks

Your page encourages independent learning

End-of-unit stories with recurring characters encourage reading for pleasure. At higher levels, true stories replace the character-based stories

Jump Aboard

Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6

ISBN PREFIX 978 1405 Student’s Book Workbook Teacher’s Book Poster Pack Grammar Practice Book ISBN PREFIX 978 0230 Audio CD

Two readers per level recycle grammar and vocabulary in new contexts

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Who watched the children carefully?

Oh no! How are we going to get home? Are you from another town?

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We’re from another century!

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Thanks for the food. We’re so hungry!

Read and complete. Then listen and check. Tara’s class was at the museum. They looked at p s, statues and j . The g watched the children carefully. “Read the s , ” he said, “Don’t go across the red r .” Then he pointed to the a . David liked the big v . Tara looked in the g . It was an Aztec vase. It was hundreds of years old.

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Primary

British English

Interactive i CD-ROM

Six levels for children aged 8-12

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Carol Read and Donna Shaw

Beautifully f ll illustrated ll d and d appealing l to b both h children h ld and d teachers, h this h six-level l l course is d designed d to meet me tthe needs of teachers and learners who are working at a high level of English. Footprints s provides a strong tron emphasis on cross-curricular content with clearly identified language aims that acknowledge the increasing e ttrend towards content-based learning. Levels 1 and 2 take students on a magical journey meeting well-known fairytale characters to find the treasure at the end of the rainbow. a Levels 3 and 4 continue the idea of a quest but the context moves away from the world of fairytales to one of mystery and adventure, working with the children’s growing maturity and awareness of the world around them. Key features ■

Strong story element uses a series of clues and riddles to lead the learner to the next episode and solve the puzzle

Cohesive identity develops throughout the six levels, growing with the level and age of the learner

A clear language progression in harmony with CEF descriptor bands and the Cambridge ESOL and Trinity YL exams

Intercultural learning reflects the increasing importance of this aspect of the CEF

Extensive range of photocopiable worksheets caters for varying needs including materials for mixed-ability classes, letters, wordlists, advice for parents and exam practice pages SEE ALSO 500 Activities for the Primary Classroom page 81

Footprints

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Primary

British English

Six levels for children aged 8-12

Gabby Pritchard, Jane Moates and Diana Pye Caravan gives pupils l a strong ffoundation d in English l h through h h varied d activities, and d offers ff a solid foundation in the four language skills. The carefully graded grammatical and lexical syllabus helps students experience success and makes them confident to use their new language. Reading skills are developed gradually and make students competent readers of English. Topics have been chosen to reflect the lives and interests of young learners and extend from an initial focus on their own environment to the wider world. The course places special emphasis on activities that work well in large classes.

Key features ■

The flexible Welcome unit in the Pupil’s Book can be tailored to meet the needs of the children

Systematic development of reading, writing, listening and speaking skills

Topics reflect the lives and interests of young learners

Appealing characters present the language in context

Enjoyable rhymes, chants and games reinforce phonics

Activities suitable for large classes

Flashcards for the first three levels present vocabulary and phonics

Activity Book contains additional handwriting practice

Teacher’s Book with detailed lesson plans and mixed-ability activities

Caravan

Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6

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Systematic skills development Caravan Pupil’s Book 1

Topics relate to the children’s everyday lives

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Key features K

British English h

Appealing course characters and enjoyable stories ensure motivation for the children

Gently graded syllabus gives children a sense of real achievement

Cross-curricular topics including science, history and geography motivate children to learn about the world in English

Poems, chants and songs make pronunciation fun

Activities involving craft and movement help the children to learn together

Six levels for children aged 4-10

Gabby Pritchard

Smile for Me

Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 All Levels

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British English

Balanced practice of language skills and revision

Pair work is used to encourage pupils to participate in a fun and meaningful way

Flashcards give the opportunity to learn, practise and recycle vocabulary

The Starter Level includes practice in pre-reading and pre-writing skills, as well as the alphabet SEE ALSO Macmillan English Handwriting page 33 Explorers pages 48-53

Seven levels for children aged 6-12

Gabby Pritchard, Janet Weller, Kathryn Harper, Brigit Viney, Geraldine Sweeney and Amanda Thomas

Key features ■

Smile for Me uses fabulous photographs, a carefully structured syllabus and enjoyable activities SEE ALSO to motivate children to learn. Macmillan English Handwriting page 33 Easy to teach and fun to use, this Explorers pages 48-53 is the course to make everyone smile.

Time for English is for children learning English for the first time. It combines modern communicative techniques with thorough, step-by-step coverage of grammar.

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Judy West A comprehensive course, Bravo! offers two starter levels, Hello Bravo! and Bravo! Starter, providing the perfect introduction to English language learning for real beginners. The gently graded syllabus means that all learners have the opportunity to succeed. Eight levels for children aged 4-12

British English

Key features ■

First two levels emphasise listening and speaking skills

Higher levels give more systematic practice of writing skills with opportunities for extended writing practice

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Project work in each unit allows for personalisation of topics, helping children to link language learning to their own lives

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Hello Bravo!

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Primary Six levels for children aged 6-12

Paul A. Davies, Hans Mol, ol,, Carol Skinner, Jill Florentt and Katherine Stannett

America a an English

Take k Shape h , a new six-level l l course ffor primary age students, d refl flects the h children’s personal development and the way learners develop their language skills. Carefully structured to make children’s learning of English as successful and enjoyable as possible, Take Shape e focuses on shorter units to allow the children to engage in a wide variety of relevant topics, to expand their exposure to different types of English. The clear and consistent structure of Take Shape e enables children to develop both their collaborative and communicative skills through recycling, reflection on previously learnt language and the focus on language (vocabulary, grammar and spelling) and skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) which can be found in each unit. Key features ■

Beautifully drawn artwork really grabs the children’s attention

Links to the real world and other curriculum areas extend students’ exposure to English

‘Off the peg’ chunks of language such as useful phrases and collocations that children can pick up and use straightaway

Catchphrase dialogues in levels 1-4 and catchphrase role-plays in levels 5-6 in the back of the Student’s Books encourage and develop language fluency

The Take Note feature in Levels 1-4 and Shape It feature in Levels 5-6 focus students’attention on form and help students to be more aware of the key aspects of newly presented grammar

Every unit features a listening lesson, a spelling lesson and a reading and writing lesson

An amazing e-reader disk contains digital readers that further exploit the real-world links throughout the Student’s Book

Take Shape

Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6

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SEE ALSO Attention-grabbing artwork

Macmillan English Handwriting page 33 Explorers pages 48-53 Take ke Shape Student’s Book 1

Teacher’s Resource CD includes grammar animations and projectable posters along with optional photocopiable tests, worksheets, lesson planners and much more Consistent focus on communicative skills

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America an English

Six levels for children aged 8-12

Paul A. Davies All Aboard! is the American English version of Jump Aboard (See page 25). All Aboard

Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6

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America an English

Six levels for children aged 8-12

Jane Revell, Carol Skinner, Nick Beare and Rachel Finnie Fantastic! places emphasis on active and reflective learning techniques and makes learning English both enjoyable and memorable. Key features ■

Cross-curricular lessons in each unit allow children to use the target language in a variety of different contexts

Values boxes raise students’ awareness of their social responsibilities and the Values booklet provides engaging activities to reflect on these

The Student CD has singalong activities and fun tongue twisters that children and parents can practise together

Reading Time story pages provide frequent opportunities to read for pleasure and are supported by posters to encourage storytelling

My Fantastic Dictionary section develops strategies for recording vocabulary from an early stage

Fantastic!

Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 All Levels

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America an English

Six levels for children aged 8-12

Julie Kniveton and Angela Llanas Bounce offers a well-balanced, four skills programme that teaches children in easy steps, providing an enjoyable and comfortable start to English. Bounce

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Hands-on activities engage the children in learning new language

Talk Time allows children to use the language they’ve learnt in personalised tasks

Picture Dictionary develops learning strategies such as recording vocabulary

The Homework Book includes notes for parents and an opportunity for parents to evaluate their child’s work

Songs help to reinforce sounds and vocabulary

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Primary America an E li h English Six levels for children aged 6-12

Viv Lambert Twist and Shout recognises children’s natural energy and is designed to promote language learning through movement and play. Critical thinking skills, stimulating TPR activities and exciting personalisation activities engage all aspects of the child’s development: physically and emotionally.

Key features ■

Beautifully illustrated characters bring English to life

New language is presented in a variety of contexts including dialogues, stories and songs

Craft activities and fun communicative games help children feel confident

Teacher’s Edition includes bonus teaching features (Warm Ups, Wake Ups, Fast Filler activities, Extend It! suggestions)

Free downloadable Teacher’s Visuals Pack with Picture Cards and Posters on www.macmillanenglish.com/middleeast

Lively activities using the Student Twister help to consolidate the new vocabulary

Hands-on activities make language memorable

Twist ‘n’ Shout

Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6

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Primary Skills & Reference


Six-level supplementary skills course for children aged 6-12

Louis Fidge READING SKILLS SERIES Complementing any coursebook for this age group, the Reading Skills Series introduces children to a wide range of both informative and humorous text types including fiction, fact and poetry. The structure of each unit follows the same pattern making the course easy to use for both teachers and pupils.

Primary Skills & Reference

British English

WRITING SKILLS SERIES The Writing Skills Series focuses on teaching handwriting and graded compositional skills, with the lower levels concentrating on basic letter formation and the upper levels emphasising compositional writing, including punctuation and spelling. Primary Foundation Skills Series ISBN PREFIX 978 0333

Level 1 Level 2 Levels 1 & 2 Level 3 Level 4 Levels 3 & 4 Level 5 Level 6 Levels 5 & 6 Reading Skills Pupil’s Book Reading Skills Teacher’s Book

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British English

Louis Fidge Macmillan English Handwriting provides a comprehensive writing programme leading to a natural and fluent handwriting style. The six levels of Macmillan English Handwriting take children from basic letter shapes to writing sentences. It can be used to supplement any primary course. Key features

SEE ALSO

Helpful hints for the teacher on teaching handwriting

Real-life writing tasks, for example, writing a diary

Includes number formation

Macmillan English pages 22-23

TEACHER TRAINING DVD available on request

Macmillan English Handwriting ISBN PREFIX 978 1405

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Primary Skills & Reference

British English

Five-level supplementary material for children aged 6-12

David Vale Bright and lively, these grammar practice books can be used alongside any primary course. Key features ■

Grammar presented in carefully selected topics to stimulate children’s interest

Activities give a wide variety of exercises that practise the grammar in context

Consolidation and further practice is given in review units throughout the book

Separate answer key with photocopiable tests

Picture Grammar for Children Starter Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Student’s Book 978 0333 75256 2 978 0435 29734 3 978 0435 29736 7 978 0435 29738 1

Level 4 978 0435 29740 4

British English

Carolyn Barraclough The Macmillan Children’s Dictionary is a beautifully illustrated photographic picture dictionary for use alongside any children’s course.

Key features ■

Over 800 words and photographs

Clear, vibrant photographs make learning vocabulary easy and exciting

Graded reading and writing activities practise key vocabulary and allow ultimate flexibility for any age or level

Oral activities practise vital communication skills

A full wordlist gives students easy access to all items

Both British and American vocabulary and spelling for use in any classroom with any syllabus

Macmillan Children’s Dictionary 978 0333 95303 7

British English

Dilys Brown The ideal first dictionary for children aged 7-12, with a fully illustrated Skills Book designed to be used alongside the dictionary, offering a range of tasks and exercises to consolidate new vocabulary.

Key features ■

550 colourfully illustrated headwords

24-page section of thematic pictures

Word games and puzzles

Oral activities practise vital communication skills

Skills Book activities include ordering of letters, matching words and pictures, sorting words into sets and labelling pictures

Macmillan Picture Dictionary 978 0333 64791 2

Macmillan Picture Dictionary - Skills 978 0333 66865 8

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A2-B1 CEF LEVEL

A clear and simple first reference book for children beginning to read on their own. Highly illustrated, this title offers many visual aids that promote understanding and help students to clarify meaning.

British English

Kingfisher First Dictionary 978 0753 431825

A2-B1 CEF LEVEL

An ideal d l first wordfi dfinder d for f young readers, d with h synonyms and d antonyms, sample sentences, lively illustrations, word games and other activities. Useful for lower-level students through to upper-level students who need practice with written exercises in English. Perfect for preparing students to take the Flyers Young Learners Exam or even in preparation for KET.

British English

Kingfisher First Thesaurus 978 0753 431832

B1+ CEF LEVEL

A clear and simple first reference book for children beginning to read on their own. Packed with exciting information, amazing facts and colourful pictures, common topics for children appear in alphabetical order in an easy-to-find format.

British English

Primary Skills & Reference

British English

Kingfisher First Encyclopedia 978 0753 431849

B1+ B CEF F LEVEL

Kingfisher First Encyclopedia of Animals 978 0753 431856

A fascinating introduction to different animals, with clear, simple text and ac activities to aid further learning about this widely discussed and child-friendly topic. Great illustrations also help understanding of the subject-specific vocabulary and make the description and information accessible also to lower-level students.

British English

B1+ - B2 CEF LEVEL

An amazing one-volume encyclopaedia arranged around ten core subject areas, this title is packed with colourful illustrations and the latest photography. Detailed informational texts make this book ideal for CLIL Science and Geography projects.

Explore 978 0753 41726 3

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Primary Skills & Reference

British English

The perfect first atlas with an informative look-and-find game in each of the 20 maps, plus information on the history and culture of key places. Ideal for CLIL Geography projects.

The Kingfisher First Picture Atlas 978 0753 41300 5

British English

Brings the animal inhabitants of each continent to life with the help of fun pictorial icons and an in-depth look at key habitats. The animals are described in an accessible format for young learners and the atlas offers great geographical and scientific information that makes it perfect for use in CLIL classrooms.

A2-B1 CEF LEVEL

The Kingfisher First Animal Picture Atlas 978 0753 41324 1

British English

Discover which dinosaurs and prehistoric creatures used to roam each continent with this lively, easy-to-use atlas. While the subject matter may be complex, the format of the book makes the language and the key vocabulary accessible to lower-level students and is great for use in both geographical and scientific CLIL projects.

A2-B1 CEF LEVEL

B1+ CEF LEVEL

The Kingfisher First Dinosaur Pictures Atlas 978 0753 41444 6

British English

B1- B1+ CEF LEVEL

The Kingfisher Children’s Atlas 978 0753 41707 2

Featuring digital relief maps that have been made easier to read for the younger audience, the Kingfisher Children’s Atlas also features informative text and photographs and a fold-out world map poster. The detailed nature of the text makes this atlas ideal for slightly higher-level language learners and contains a wealth of geographic information perfect for CLIL classrooms.

British English

The Kingfisher World Atlas contains over 50 digital maps and an accompanying CD-ROM that contains more than 40 ready-to-print maps. Sophisticated graphics make this title perfect for older primary students who are working at a slightly higher language level.

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The Kingfisher World Atlas 978 0753 41742 3


Primary Curriculum

Primary Curriculum

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Primary Curriculum

British English

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Six levels for children aged 6-12

David Glover and Penny Glover Macmillan ill Science i e ffollows ll current b best practice in science education and is written by leading authors of primary science in the UK. Through stimulating content and carefully graded activities and exercises, pupils are guided to develop a sound framework of scientific knowledge and understanding. Macmillan Science e bridges the gap between mainstream curriculum teaching and CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) or English-medium teaching with a course that can be used with confidence by all teachers.

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The Authors Key features ■

Investigative hands-on approach to learning through practical activities makes the lessons memorable and enjoyable

Each lesson starts with stimuli from the children’s environment

Comprehensive syllabus ensures knowledge of the key areas is built up gradually and thoroughly

Clear learning outcomes make the purpose of each unit clear to teachers and pupils

Key word boxes highlight difficult vocabulary

A glossary explaining key words encourages learner independence

CD-ROM for each level includes over 100 practice activities, as well as simulated experiments which allow pupils to try out things that are not possible in the classroom

Interactive i CD-ROM

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David Glover PhD, BSc, MInstP, held research and teaching posts at the Central Electricity Generating Board, the Cavendish Laboratory and the Open University before becoming a full-time science education author. He has written an extensive range of successful science text books and CD-ROMs for all levels of the school curriculum.

Penny Glover Dip.Ed. has more that 30 years’ teaching experience in primary schools. For twelve years she was Head of Early Years at a large primary school in Cambridge. She is co-author, with her husband David, of a number of pupils’ books and workbooks for the early years curriculum.


Macmillan Science Pupil’s Book 1

Pupils progressively develop deeper knowledge of the key areas of science

Primary Curriculum

Concepts are presented with familiar examples from the children’s experience

Pupils are referred to a glossary for an explanation of key words

Children are encouraged to think about the topics in a real-world context

Clear learning outcomes help teachers and pupils understand the aims of the lesson

Macmillan Science Pupil’s Book 2

Pupils find things out for themselves through hands-on activities

Regular progress checks ensure understanding of the concepts presented

Macmillan Science Pupil’s Book 5

Macmillan Science

Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

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Primary Curriculum

British English

Six levels for children aged 6-12

Paul Broadbent

Macmillan ill Mathematics h i sb bridges d the h gap between b mainstream curriculum l teaching h and d CLIL (Content and d Language Integrated d Learning) or English-medium teaching, with a course that can be used with confidence by all teachers. Macmillan Mathematics s has been written by experts in the field of primary education and is based on thorough research.

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Solid structure means the subject of mathematics is covered systematically and comprehensively

Assessment at the end of every unit means teachers can review progress regularly

Clear, concise explanations of concepts with a wealth of examples, exercises and word problems support learning and teaching

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

One concept per lesson helps pupils to assimilate their learning before moving on

One-per-term combined Pupil’s Book and Workbook

Teacher’s Book with full-colour pages from the Pupil’s Books gives the teacher everything they need to teach this course

Tasks help children to apply what they’ve learnt to the real world

Try this boxes give extra challenges to fast finishers and a chance for more practice

The Author Paul Broadbent is an experienced primary teacher and former deputy headteacher, and is currently a full-time writer and consultant. He is a best-selling author with over 250 mathematics books to his name, with recent texts published in Nigeria, the Caribbean and the UK. Paul also has a worldwide reputation for inspiring teachers through his courses on primary teaching and the learning of mathematics.

The target concept is presented clearly through illustrations

Assessment at the end of every unit gives teachers and pupils a chance to assess understanding of the topic

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Macmillan Mathematics Pupil’s Book 1

Primary Curriculum

A revision unit every three units means teachers and pupils can Assess and review what the pupils have learnt so far

Macmillan Mathematics Pupil’s Book 1

Try this boxes check pupils’ understanding of the lesson

Rigorous practice ensures pupils grasp the concept through practical application

Macmillan Mathematics

Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6

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Pupil’s Book Pack contains Pupil’s Book A and CD-ROM. 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.

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Primary Readers and Curriculum Readers Series


Primary Readers and Curriculum Reading Series

6+ Years

B1-B1+ CEF LEVEL

British English

Asking questions about the world around you is a fundamental part of a child’s development. I Wonder Why tackles a host of commonly posed questions to provide clear, accessible answers in an unrivalled childfriendly style.

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Question-and-answer structure provides a friendly way for children to engage with factual information

Short, easy-to-read sentences and conversational language perfectly deliver solid facts in a natural and imaginative way

The series covers a wide range of core curriculum topics

I Wonder Why ISBN PREFIX 978 0753 I Wonder Why Kangaroos Have Pouches I Wonder Why My Tummy Rumbles I Wonder Why Penguins Can’t Fly I Wonder Why Ponies Wear Shoes I Wonder Why Pyramids Were Built I Wonder Why Snakes Shed Their Skin I Wonder Why Spiders Spin Webs I Wonder Why Stars Twinkle I Wonder Why the Sun Rises I Wonder Why the Sea is Salty I Wonder Why the Wind Blows I Wonder Why Triceratops Had Horns

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Primary Readers and Curriculum Reading Series

9+ Years

British English

B2 CEF LEVEL

A visually spectacular series that navigates a fantastic range of subjects accross science, nature and history. Every spread is brimming with lively text, amazing photographs and stunning artworks.

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Appealing to reluctant and less confident readers, yet with plenty for abler pupils to get their teeth into

Additional information - such as weblinks and quotations from books and films - encourages further investigation and gives topics a wider context

Glossary and definitions of key terms on every spread

Authoritative information checked by expert consultants

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Navigators ISBN PREFIX 978 0753 Navigators Ancient Egypt Navigators Ancient Rome Navigators Animals Navigators Planet Earth Navigators Stars and Planets (paperback) Navigators Dinosaurs Navigators Oceans and Seas Navigators Rainforest Navigators Ancient Greece Navigators Extreme Weather Navigators Mammals Navigators Pirates Navigators Human Body (paperback) Navigators Killer Creatures (paperback) Navigators Knights and Castles (paperback)

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B1-B1+ CEF LEVEL

Discover Science is the perfect way to lay the foundations for future learning. Through age-appropriate language and eye-catching design, it gives young readers the answers to fundamental questions about the human body, animals, planet Earth and the solar system.

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All the essential facts in accessible, bite-sized chunks

‘Find out more’ section is packed with books to read, places to visit and websites to explore

Notes suggest extension activities and highlight material that links to the Science and English curriculum

Simple, colourful projects provide lots of opportunities to get creative while learning

Glossary, quiz and ‘Did You Know?’ sections reinforce prior learning

Primary Readers and Curriculum Reading Series

Britis sh Engliish

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Discover Science: Animal Disguises Discover Science: Insects Discover Science: Maps and Mapping Discover Science: Senses Discover Science: Solar System Discover Science: Whales and Dolphins Discover Science: Apes and Monkeys Discover Science: Planet Earth Discover Science: Reptiles Discover Science: Robots Discover Science: Rocks and Fossils Discover Science: Seas and Oceans

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Primary Readers and Curriculum Reading Series

British English

The h Book k Of... f Each brightly illustrated title is brimming over with answers to the questions that children always ask and parents find hard to answer! Friendly characters take you on a journey through a fascinating array of subjects, such as creepy-crawlies, dinosaurs, space and history.

Basher h Science i Punchy illustrations and witty but informative text bring life and personality to complicated concepts. From Compound, a master chef who creates perfect recipes to Earthquake, who really shakes things up, Basher’s cast of cleverly realised characters will revolutionise the way you learn science.

Basher h Basics i Basher brings his unique style to bear on core subjects for young learners. Home learning becomes fun as you meet the likes of greedy-guts Multiply, a big guy who hoards numbers together, and Question Mark, a wily detective who demands answers.

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5+ Years

The Book of... ISBN PREFIX 978 0753 The Book of...How? The Book of...Why? The Book of...What? The Book of...Who? The Book of...Which? (available from August 2011) The Book of...Where? (available from August 2011)

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Basher Science ISBN PREFIX 973 0753 Planet Earth Chemistry The Periodic Table Astronomy Biology Physics Rocks and Minerals Human Body Algebra and Geometry (available from July 2011)

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Basher Basics ISBN PREFIX 978 0753 Maths Punctuation Grammar (available from July 2011) Music (available from July 2011)

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In this first-reference series, friendly, story-based scenes with warm, engaging artwork and clear text draw young readers into the exciting world of science and nature. Explorers ISBN PREFIX 978 0753 Explorers: Dinosaurs Explorers: Oceans and Seas Explorers: Amazing Animals Explorers: Weather Explorers: Reptiles Explorers: Stars and Planets Explorers: Things That Go (available from July 2011) Explorers: Planet Earth (available from July 2011) Explorers: Rainforests (available from July 2011) Explorers: Insects and Minibeasts (available from July 2011))

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6+ Years

B1-B1+ CEF LEVEL

Fun, cultural and informative, this series of readers offers an extensive range of fiction and non-fiction titles that reinforce the basic structures and vocabulary found in most primary courses. The Macmillan Children’s Readers series can be used as supplementary reading material with any primary course. Key features ■

A picture dictionary (or wordlist) and activity pages at the back of each reader

Accompanying Audio (on CD or available to download from www. macmillanenglish.com) gives children a chance to listen to the stories while they read them

The blend of fact files and topical fictional stories in levels three to six motivates olderr children and appeals to boys and girls equally

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Primary Readers

British English For children aged 3-12

Resource site www.macmillanenglish.com/younglearners

Explorers - the first ESL reading scheme for young learners Gill Munton, Barbara Mitchelhill, Sue Graves, Richard Brown, Louis Fidge (Series Editor) Explorers is an eight-level reading scheme written specifically for young learners of English. Informed by the National Literacy Strategy and by teaching methodology for first language speakers of English, Explorers is supported by an understanding of the needs of young learners and teachers of English. The scheme, which currently has 64 titles, can be used alongside any primary course.

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The rich variety of text types including non-fiction texts (see chart on page 52) means any child can enjoy reading, wherever their interests lie Comprehension and Vocabulary Workbooks practise and develop a range of reading skills Comprehension Extra activities in the Teacher’s Book encourage students to consider aspects of the text such as characterisation, style and plot Phonics Workbooks support systematic teaching of phonics Word recognition skills are reinforced by the Workbooks and wordcards on the Teacher’s CD-ROM The Teacher’s Book supports structured whole-class teaching with page-by-page lesson notes

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Explorers introduce crosscurricular content

Explorers 4 Adventures of Odysseus

Courtesy of Apple Inc.

Young Explorers 2 Daisy’s Dancing Lesson

The Explorers resource site for teachers offers assessment packs for each level of the series. These include comprehension and word recognition tests, both with full teacher’s notes. There are also sample chapters and a dedicated area for parents with tips on how to help your child with reading.

Courtesy of Apple Inc.

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Primary Readers

Comprehension and Vocabulary Workbooks reinforce comprehension and practise new vocabulary

Phonics Workbooks help children become better readers, writers and spellers

Comprehension and Vocabulary Workbook - The Elephant’s Child

Young Explorers 1 Phonics Workbook

Little Explorers A ISBN PREFIX 978 1405 Daisy the Dinosaur Daisy the Dinosaur Big Book The Big Bad Monster The Big Bad Monster Big Book The New Baby The New Baby Big Book Teddy’s Big Day The Biscuit Man At the Zoo Teacher’s Book Comprehension Workbook Phonics Workbook Explorers 3 ISBN PREFIX 978 1405 The Elephant’s Child The Elephant’s Child Workbook The Magic Flute The Magic Flute Workbook Yeti Comes to Town Yeti Comes to Town Workbook The Camcorder Thief The Camcorder Thief Workbook Teacher’s Book ISBN PREFIX 978 0230 Snow White Snow White Workbook How the Camel Got His Hump How the Camel Got His Hump Workbook

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Young Explorers 2 ISBN PREFIX 978 1405 Daisy’s Dancing Lesson Sun, Cloud, Stone Jump, Stick, Jump Pirate Jack The Bike Race See You Soon Teacher’s Book Comprehension Workbook Phonics Workbook

Explorers 5 ISBN PREFIX 978 1405 Five Children and It Five Children and It Workbook The Secret Garden The Secret Garden Workbook A Fishy Business A Fishy Business Workbook The Bronze Bust Mystery The Bronze Bust Mystery Workbook Teacher’s Book ISBN PREFIX 978 0230 Aladdin Aladdin Workbook Black Beauty Black Beauty Workbook

Explorers 6 ISBN PREFIX 978 1405 Treasure Island Treasure Island Workbook The Railway Children The Railway Children Workbook Time Twist Time Twist Workbook Danger on Misty Mountain Danger on Misty Mountain Workbook Teacher’s Book ISBN PREFIX 978 0230 Nicholas Nickleby Nicholas Nickleby Workbook Ali Baba Ali Baba Workbook

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Primary Readers

British English

Resource site www.macmillanenglish.com/younglearners

For children aged 3-8

Gill Munton, Barbara Mitchelhill, Sue Graves, Richard Brown, Louis Fidge (Series Editor) This new series of Phonics Reading books complement the first four levels of Explorers and have a specific focus on reading and pronunciation skills for young learners. Each book in the new Phonics Reading Series has a strong, identifiable phonics focus. The series follows the scope and sequence of phonics skills taught in the existing Explorers Phonics Workbooks.

Explorers Phonics Readers Series

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Young Explorers 1 Tom’s Haircut 40478 6 Young Explorers 1 Professor Green 404779 Young Explorers 1 Daisy is Ill 40475 5 Young Explorers 1 Crazy Cat 40476 2 Young Explorers 2 Pirate Jack’s Treasure 40482 3 Young Explorers 2 Crazy Cat Stars 40481 6 Young Explorers 2 Daisy Yellow Kite 40480 9 Young Explorers 2 The Muddy Sheep 404793

Many of the phonically regular words found at each level in the existing Explorers reading books and the Explorers Phonics Workbooks are re-used in the Phonics Reading Series books and listed at the back of each book. Specific phonics vocabulary is also listed at the back of each book. Through this series, children will be taught how to sound out and blend sounds to read words and to segment the sounds in the words in order to accurately spell them. Key features n

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EXPLORERS COMPONENTS CHART Readers ORIGINAL FICTION

TRADITIONAL FANTASY STORIES

Little Explorers A Ages 4-5 Little Explorers B Ages 5-6

Beginning readers

Young Explorers 1 Young Explorers 2 Ages 6-7 Ages 7-8

Developing Readers

Explorers 3 Ages 8-9 Explorers 4 Ages 9-10

“There is breathtaking suspense and excitement in this journey through time.” (Judge’s comment, Escape from the Fire, 2008 Language Learner Literature Award Finalist)

Explorers 5 Ages 10-11

Confident Readers

With Explorers, any child can enjoy reading, wherever their interests lie. The scheme currently has 64 readers with a variety of reading genres, including classics, fantasy, adventure, myths and legends.

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Teacher Support MYTHS & LEGENDS

PHONICS PHONICS READERS SERIES WORKBOOK

A Phonics Workbook forms part of a systematic phonics programme which has been developed specifically to support the Explorers reading scheme.

A Comprehension and Vocabulary Workbook for each level or reader develops reading comprehension skills, reinforces vocabulary, supports the teaching of phonics and provides opportunities for writing.

Audio Files Download free from www.macmillanenglish.com

COMPREHENSION WORKBOOK

TEACHER’S BOOK

AUDIO FILES


Primary Readers

Each level of Way Ahead is accompanied by two story books. There are also three plays (Readers 1C, 2C, 3C), three non-fiction books (Readers 4C, 5C, 6C) and three poetry anthologies for use with the upper levels. Way Ahead Readers are an enjoyable way to consolidate and develop the reading skills acquired through the Way Ahead coursebooks.

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Learning is changing. Language is mobile.

Macmillan Education ELT Catalogue 2011 Who is Macmillan Education? Macmillan Education is a global publisher of English Language Teaching (ELT), English and Spanish curriculum, digital, and online materials. We work with local teachers, institutions, educational authorities and Ministries of Education to develop high-quality coursebooks and supplementary materials to suit the needs of today’s classroom. Our publishing is supported by a wealth of educational services, such as teacher training and online learning, which underpins our commitment to deliver the most effective and appropriate educational resources for our customers. International English Language Teaching catalogue Our International ELT catalogue profiles the diverse range of Macmillan Education’s English Language publishing. We have materials for students from pre-primary through to university, business people and even pilots! Today, our publishing is more about digital materials than ever before and we are proud of initiatives such as Macmillan Dictionary Online, Onestopenglish and Macmillan Webinars. www.macmillanenglish.com is the place to find all the information on all ELT books and products published by Macmillan Education. Local specialisation We may be global publishers but at the heart of our business is a strong local identity. This is exemplified by our range of publishing for Spain, Poland, Latin America, the Middle East and China, amongst others. www.macmillaneducation.com has a full range of local catalogues to browse. Macmillan Education and You Our publishing is also about recognising new talent, which is why we’re proudly sponsoring the British Council’s new ELTon The Macmillan Education New Writing Award. You’d be amazed how much of our publishing is influenced by our teachers. Lindsay Clandfield, author of our new course Global was a contributor to onestopenglish.com We are delighted to celebrate 10 years of onestop’s creation this year tens of thousands of you use the sites’ resources and send us wonderful feedback. You’ll be able to join in the celebrations throughout this year. The bigger picture Macmillan Education and Macmillan English Campus are part of the Macmillan Publishing Group. Other Macmillan companies and divisions include Nature Publishing Group, Pan Macmillan and Palgrave Macmillan. For more information about the Macmillan Publishing Group, please visit www.macmillan.com 4X

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16. Unit 4. Chant: My flat 17. Unit 5. Chant: Food

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40. Unit 12. Chant: Materials

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42. Unit 12. Rap: Let’s recycle!

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