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CONTENTS NEW

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Digital and Online

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Adult Courses

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Business and Professional English

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Dictionaries

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CLIL

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Palgrave Macmillan

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Author Index

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Title Index

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Meetings in English

Meetings in English

Bryan Stephens

Meetings in English

considering social etiquette and being sensitive when communicating with different cultures. A student needs analysis at the start of the book allows each student to follow the book in a tailor-made fashion, prioritising the material most relevant to their needs.

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Speaking of Speech New Edition

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Learning to Listen BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL

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The Business

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Meetings in English

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Networking in English

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Email English

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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.

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Because your space and time are at a premium, we’re developing Macmillan’s new eBooks with a wide range of our most popular titles 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 a 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.

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Learning is changing and as ever Macmillan Education is at the forefront of that change. We have joined forces with DW Education to produce a suite of apps based on our award-winning dictionaries, for the iPhone, iPod touch and 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. All this at the touch of an iPhone, iPod touch or iPad screen. In addition, the highly interactive interface allows users to cross-search for the definitions of other words to create and manage their own wordlists.

Key features

Highly interactive and intuitive Star system indicates the frequency of usage of a word Pronunciation audio available for either British or American English Cross-search allows users to search for the definition of other words 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 • Bookshelf listing other Macmillan applications

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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. Tap on the interactive chart to listen to the sounds of English, and to hear sample words containing those sounds. Test yourself using the built-in quizzes and games, and increase your vocabulary with the wordlists included.

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Perfect for both students and teachers 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

All Macmillan Apps are available from the Apple App Store

Social Media The Macmillan Education team are available for interaction across all the usual online social media applications. www.macmillanenglish.com/connect

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Macmillanenglish.com is Macmillan Education’s online catalogue and bookshop. This site provides you with detailed information on Macmillan Education’s full range of ELT products in both British and American English. From pre-primary materials and graded readers to adult courses and business English titles, Macmillanenglish.com has everything you need to teach English with Macmillan Education.

Macmillaneducation.com Everything you need to know about Macmillan Education as a global publisher, from information about our regional offices to advice on how to submit your ideas for courses. Macmillaneducation.com is also the home of our digital catalogue, with samples and demos of all our online and digital products.

Resource sites Dictionaries

Everything to help you learn, live and love English. Clear definitions, pronunciation, real examples, usage notes, an integrated thesaurus, the open dictionary for you to submit your own words, an award-winning blog, and much more. www.macmillandictionary.com www.macmillandictionaries.com

Adult Courses Three of Macmillan Education’s popular adult courses are supported by resource sites. Straightforward, Inside Out and Global have interactive websites with a wealth of material for teachers, and each has a regular ‘eLesson’ service which delivers high-quality teaching material straight to your inbox. www.macmillanenglish.com/insideout www.macmillanenglish.com/straightforward www.macmillanenglish.com/global

Business and ESP Macmillan Business Online contains resources to accompany Macmillan Education’s extensive list of business English publishing. Monthly podcasts, PowerPoint presentations and sample business dilemmas showcase The Business, while a bi-monthly email service sends In Company lessons straight to your inbox. The Campaign, Aviation English and English for Law Enforcement sites contain resources including lesson plans and worksheets, audio material, tests and answer keys. www.businessenglishonline.net www.macmillanenglish.com/aviationenglish www.campaignmilitaryenglish.com www.macmillanenglish.com/englishforlawenforcement

Young Learners Macmillan Education’s young learners portal provides you with all the support you need in your primary classrooms. Sample material, downloadable resources and project work are available across eight microsites, including dedicated websites for English World, Macmillan English, Way Ahead and the Macmillan English Explorers reading scheme. There is also a digital section with further materials and demonstrations of some of our digital products designed specifically for young learners. www.macmillanenglish.com/younglearners

Schools and Readers Additional resources for classrooms can be found on our websites designed to add extra material to Inspiration, Hot Spot, Gateway and the Macmillan Readers series. The Inspiration website provides teachers with extra grammar practice materials at all four levels of the course, and culture lessons. The Macmillan Readers resource site offers materials for both teachers and students. www.macmillanenglish.com/readers www.macmillanenglish.com/inspiration www.macmillanenglish.com/hotspot www.macmillanenglish.com/gateway

Reference

The Macmillan Books for Teachers website offers practical support to teachers by providing videos of talks by the series’ authors, PowerPoint notes from workshops, as well as forthcoming webcast workshops. www.macmillanenglish.com/methodology

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NEW LOOK

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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!

Key features • • • • • •

‘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

Onestopblogs – www.onestopblogs.com Onestopblogs brings together the best blogs from the English language teaching community. Featuring blogs from experts, linguists and teachers and organising posts by most popular and most recent, onestopblogs is the portal for news, views, tips and trends in English language teaching. This innovative service removes the need to subscribe to different blog feeds, providing an easy way to keep your ear to the ground in the world of English language teaching.

Also available as part of your onestopenglish subscription

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Onestop Learning Calendar The Learning Calendar is an innovative tool that enables onestopenglish subscribers to organise online resources, plan lessons and share links with colleagues and friends. Resources can be arranged into folders and scheduled into the calendar so you can easily see which resources you have selected for your day’s teaching.

A teacher resource bank for primary and secondary CLIL teachers, onestopclil can be found in a dedicated section within onestopenglish. It offers an exciting range of flexible, ready-made, subject-specific resources for both English language teachers and subject teachers.

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Macmillan English Campus 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 you a flexible and engaging online learning environment which allows your teachers full control of the resources, automatically monitors your students’ progress and meets the needs of your institution. 3X

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Macmillan English Campus now also includes:

Content • 4,200 resources ranging from beginner to advanced, including language and vocabulary exercises, listening and pronunciation practice, news lessons, web projects, games and Interactive Worlds for younger learners • Updated exam practice resources for TOEFL©, TOEIC©, IELTS and Cambridge ESOL • Resources for English for Academic Purposes

• Pre-built Placement Test • Voice Record and Playback tool, allowing learners to practise their speaking skills • Brand-new, enhanced Exercise Player • Bank of purpose-made video activities for 25 m m business and general English • Test Compiler containing over 650 exercises

Reference Material • Macmillan English Dictionary Online • Over 460 grammar reference units • Methodology database for teachers

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Monitoring • Automatic electronic markbook allowing students and teachers to track progress Coursebuilding • Coursebuilding tool allowing institutions to create their own specialised courses • Over 30 ready-built courses to use with your classes

• A brand-new functionality allowing teachers to upload and share self-authored materials, to create even more specialised, bespoke courses • A sharing tool allowing students to send their voice recordings and written work to their teachers, so they can easily receive feedback on their speaking and writing skills

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

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

NEW LOOK

Teachers follow the progress and marks of their classes

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

Teachers can access a digital library of methodology books, and add methodology units to courses

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

Quality-assured Macmillan content

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

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Compatible with Windows ® XP and MAC ® OS x 10.x; minimum 512 MB RAM.

Single Edition (British) Network Edition (British)

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Macmillan Practice Online Macmillan Practice Online is an online practice environment for learners of English as a foreign language. 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.

DIGITAL

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Key features Courses to suit every need: Courses available include academic and general English, exam practice and Macmillan Education coursebook accompaniments A wealth of interactive resources: Up to 200 individual interactive activities per course, including language and vocabulary exercises, listening and pronunciation practice, web projects and games Grammar support: A comprehensive database of over 460 reference units, complete with explanations and interactive activities for reinforcement A leading ELT dictionary Free, direct access to the Macmillan English Dictionary Online, helping students extend their vocabulary and improve pronunciation Instant feedback for students Scores are automatically stored in students’ personal markbooks, providing a complete record of their work which they can download and print to share with their teachers

NEW LOOK

Access chosen course material

Benefit from extensive support on a variety of language points

Access the dictionary at any time

Track your progress and receive instant feedback on completed work

Macmillan Practice Online is available for the following international courses: ADULT New Inside Out Original Inside Out New American Inside Out Straightforward openMind masterMind

TEENAGE Gateway New Inspiration Original Inspiration American Inspiration Hot Spot Breakthrough

BUSINESS In Company In Company 2nd Edition General English, Business English and exam practice courses also available

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Flying High A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

American English C2

BEGINNER TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Simon Brewster, Paul Davies, Jane Sturtevant and Mickey Rogers

Flying High is an exciting six-level topic-based course for international adult learners. It is based on several years of research and development in collaboration with teachers all over the world. Topics relating to working life, travel and food are integrated with culture, the changing modern world and fascinating information.

DIGITAL ADULT COURSES Flying High eBooks

Flying High puts communication first and last, and is based on the Triple A approach to language learning: Access – Learners are exposed to language in clear, interesting contexts that are relevant to their interests and needs. Analysis – Learners focus on the meanings, forms and use of language. Activation – Learners are continuously given opportunities to use language and skills through a wide variety of motivating tasks and text types.

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4 Global Whiteboard Materialpp15 Interactive Global Digital Onestopenglish

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Online New Inside Learning Out

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Inside Out

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p 24

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CD-ROM contains interactive activities to consolidate language learning Flying High CD-ROM Starter

Topics reflect the interests and language needs of young adults

Rigorous practice builds up confidence Active analysis of grammar


Flying High is an exciting six-level topic-based course for international adult learners. It is based on several years of research and development in collaboration with teachers all over the world. Flying High includes a Starter level for real beginners, and carefully progresses to a solid upper intermediate level.

Method Flying High puts communication first and last; and a lot in between. It is based on the Triple A approach to language learning: Access – Learners are exposed to language in clear, interesting contexts that are relevant to their interests and needs. Analysis – Learners are encouraged to notice the meanings, forms and use of language. Activation – Learners are continuously given opportunities to use language and skills through a wide variety of motivating task and text types. Every lesson contains an effective balance of all three As, but with a focus on one of them in particular. Within a unit, Lesson 1 focuses on Access, Lessons 2 and 3 on Analyis, and Lesson 4 – ‘Lifeline’ – provides students with an opportunity to activate the new language in a natural and genuinely communicative everyday context. Each lesson type is colour-coded to show its type.

Topics The topics have been chosen to motivate and engage adult learners. The content is up-todate and every lesson contains lots of fascinating information at the same time as a clear real-world focus. Topics relating to working life, travel and food are integrated with culture, the changing modern world and many surprising facts.

Components Student’s Book – with combined Workbook pages for further practice CD-ROM – with rich interactive practice activities for self-study Teacher’s Book – in full colour with step-by-step teaching help for every lesson

The new course for international high-flyers

FlyingHigh 1A

I S B N 978-0-230-03267-5

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ADULT COURSES

Simon Brewster Paul Davies Mickey Rogers

• Combined Student’s Book and Workbook format • Active analysis of new grammar structures develops learner autonomy • Gives students the opportunity to activate new language in a natural and genuinely communicative everyday context • Up-to-date real-world content means adult learners can truly engage with the topics • CD-ROM for each level provides extra vocabulary and grammar practice • Information-rich texts provide mature content for mature learners • Learner training with sections on recording vocabulary and grammar terms encourages self-study • Full-colour Teacher’s Book with guidance on learner development helps teachers to help their students get the best out of Flying High

Flying High 1A

Key features

Simon Brewster Paul Davies Mickey Rogers

780230 032675

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive CD-ROM

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Flying High Student’s Book 2B

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Information-rich texts on diverse topics

Flying High starter level 1 level 2 level 3 Student’s Book with CD-ROM 9780230401792 Combined Student’s Book and Workbook A with CD-ROM 9780230401808 9780230401815 9780230401822 Combined Student’s Book and Workbook B with CD-ROM 9780230715738 9780230715745 9780230715752 Student’s Book and Workbook A (no CD-ROM) Student’s Book and Workbook B (with CD-ROM) Teacher’s Book 9870230715837 9780230715844 9780230715851 9780230715868 Audio CD 9780230032668 9780230032699 9780230032729 9780230032750 Separate CD-ROM

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Mind series pre A1

A1

A2

B1

B2

NEW

American English

C1

ADULT COURSES

BEGINNER TO ADVANCED Mickey Rogers, Joanne Taylore-Knowles, Steve Taylore-Knowles, Dorothy Zemach

The Mind series is a seven-level series for young adults which is based on the idea that for students to succeed in this dynamic and global world they need to become competent not only in English, but also in vital higher-order skills that apply to their academic, professional and social lives. The Mind series provides learners with ‘language essentials’, ‘skills’, ‘lifeSkills’ and ‘learner development’ to prepare and empower them to function effectively within their wider social, cultural and economic environments.

NEW

openMind caters for beginner to pre-intermediate levels and masterMind is for those at intermediate to advanced level. masterMind retains many of the features of openMind while catering for the changes in interests, competencies and needs at this higher level.

Key features • Four skills syllabus: skills are taught and developed through the systematic development of sub-skills • ‘Language Use’ sections focus on the communicative outcome and on developing fluency • The ‘lifeSkills’ sections in openMind and the ‘masterSkills’ section in masterMind recycle language while giving students an opportunity to learn skills which are vital in today’s world • Sections in the units reinforce each other without being interdependent, making the material flexible • Communicative approach with deductive-inductive grammar work, learner training and skills development • mindOnline companion website for students and teachers

NEW Student’s Book 1

Level 1

Also available in 2011 masterMind levels 1 and 2

NEW

only in English, but also in vital, higher-order cial life. These life skills empower you to function mic worlds.

s also a life skill — the key to communicating nMind develops both language and life skills to

ach level consists of:

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Mickey Rogers • Joanne Taylore-Knowles • Steve Taylore-Knowles

Common EuropEAn FrAmEwork

masterMind advanced

COMING SOON

Mickey Rogers • Joanne Taylore-Knowles • Steve Taylore-Knowles Concept development: Mariela Gil Vierma

NEW

Higher-order thinking skills are developed alongside the language

lifeSkills

8/24/10 9:10:18 AM

How to say it a little … / really …

Self-direction and learning: becoming more self-aware

E Think about your reactions to different situations. Complete each sentence with an adjective.

nervous

1  I  f I had to give a presentation to the class on a topic

disappointed

• Think about how you react in different situations and why. • Decide how you could change.

2  I  f I did badly on a test, I’d feel 

.

3  I  f I won a competition, I’d feel 

.

angry fine confident

4  I  f I walked into a party and I didn’t know anyone,

A Read this article. Draw lines from the center of the pie chart to roughly show the percentages.

I’d feel 

.

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

5  I  f I told a joke and nobody laughed,

In any face-to-face communication, there are three basic elements: the words we use, our tone of voice (how we say the words), and our body language. Body language is all the movements and gestures we make with our arms, hands, and face.

Each lifeSkills or masterSkills section is introduced by a three-step summary of theWe often think that the words we use are the most important factor. In fact, studies have shown that when we are talking about approach that will be applied personal feelings, the words only carry 7% of the message. Our tone of voice carries 38% and our body language carries 55%. through the different communicators are usually people who understand this activities in the section Effective and are self-aware. Self-awareness is our ability to understand our

embarrassed

.

I knew a lot about, I’d feel 

• Find out how others see you.

excited

words

I’d feel 

F

body language

own reactions and the messages we send out to other people.

.

Compare your reactions with your partner. For each situation, explain why you would feel that way.

tone of voice

How to say it How would you feel if …? I’d feel … / I wouldn’t be …

THE MESSAGE

So would I. / Neither would I. / Really? I think that’s because … I guess the reason for that is …

B Answer these questions by checking the red boxes. 1 Which word or words best describe the way you usually speak to other people?

loudly

quietly nicely

G How do you think you could change to respond to some situations better? Follow these instructions. • Write three things you wish were different about yourself in the first column in the table.

nervously

• Think about what is stopping you from achieving each wish. Make a note in the second column.

aggressively

2 How much do you use your hands when you talk? all the time

a lot of the time

sometimes

rarely

I wish …

         

never

3 How much do you use eye contact when you talk to someone? all the time

a lot of the time

sometimes

rarely

never

4 Which word or words best describe the way you are sitting right now? comfortably relaxed

defensively stressed

Now compare your answers with the answers your partner chose for you. Does your partner see you in the same way you see yourself? Are there any surprises?

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What is stopping you?

         

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C Work with a partner you know well. Answer the questions for him/her by checking the blue boxes. Don’t let your partner see your answers! D

I wish I were more confident      when I meet new people.                                                                                                               

With your partner, think of what you can do to achieve each wish. Write your ideas in the third column of the table.

The ‘Reflect’ feature encourages students to evaluate the learning process they have just experienced

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Reflect... What new things did you learn about yourself in this lifeSkills section?

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Taking learning outside the classroom Teaching is changing across the globe. We’ve come a long way from ‘copy and repeat’ textbooks, and at Macmillan we are committed to moving with changing technologies.

Work offline The Internet is a great resource, but we’ve made sure that even if you have only limited access to it, you can still make the most of the support materials available from mindOnline. You can download all the resources onto your computer using the Teacher’s Resource Center and use them with or without an internet connection!

Ideal for use in class on a projector or IWB

ADULT COURSES

mindOnline is the powerful and versatile online component accompanying all levels of the Mind series. As a part of mindOnline you will find a wealth of additional and easy-to-use interactive resources perfect for teachers to use in the classroom to build on and personalise the material in the Mind series books.

Animated Grammar Presentations • • • •

 elp get across difficult grammar explanations H Present highlighted target language in context Pick out general rules Include ‘Concept check’ – questions to ensure students have understood

e-Planner Here’s how it works: • Input the number of weeks and teaching hours required • Note how many testing hours are needed • Specify the language area to teach • Result – an hour-by-hour timetable that can be saved, printed, exported, or revised!

Test Generator • A unit-by-unit test generator • Select the number of questions and the areas to be tested • Versions with and without answers can be printed off immediately or saved to your computer!

More teaching tools • Viewpoints videos and worksheets. Viewpoints is an independent American English video series that supports the Mind series in all levels • Interactive Unit Openers and Language Wrap-ups • Class and Workbook audio

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ADULT COURSES

mindOnline – www.mindseries.net

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Companion website

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

www.mindseries.net

Macmillan Practice Online – see p 9 www.macmillanpracticeonline.com

mindOnline for Students

The site offers students a valuable component that supports their learning by consolidating and complementing their course, with links to language and skills. Accessing language materials online allows students to take their learning anywhere, anytime, in order to better fit their timetable and learning style. • • • •

Bonus interactive supplementary activities Interactive wordlists with pronunciation practice The ‘Viewpoints’ video program (also available as a separate DVD) CEF checklists

mindOnline for Teachers

The mindOnline teacher’s site offers 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 complete access to all of the students’ online materials. You can use these to plan their self-study sessions, assign homework, or even present new topics or language in class. • • • • •

Digitalised lesson openers and language wrap-ups Two-minute grammar and vocabulary checks Grammar animations Unit-by-unit test generator (available as a separate CD-ROM) Teacher’s forum

openMind Student’s Book & webcode

essentials 1120110103480 (SB/WB & webcode & B Audio CD)

level 1 1120100402043

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masterMind 1 9780230419247

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NEW LOOK

Mind Practice Online Designed to mirror the Student’s Book, each Mind 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 six categories: Language Focus, Grammar Focus, Vocabulary, Listening, Pronunciation and 'Can Do' statements. Students will find Mind Practice Online an invaluable, flexible and affordable resource to work on their English from any computer with an internet connection, whether at home or out and about. openMind openMind practice online masterMind practice online

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level 1 9780230751583 9780230761988

level 2 9780230751590 9780230761995

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Global A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

NEW LEVEL

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

ADULT COURSES

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

Key features

• Texts and topics are sophisticated and information-rich, chosen to appeal to the intellectual curiosity of both the adult learner and teacher • Global contains a high proportion of authentic texts, including innovative audio material • ‘Global Voices’ feature native and non-native speakers in unscripted conversation • ‘Global English’ sections provide extra reading practice with texts written especially for the course by David Crystal, world-renowned expert on the English language • The revolutionary eWorkbook features interactive activities, printable worksheets and downloadable audio and video materials for learning on the go • The comprehensive Teacher’s Book contains everything you need to teach with Global, including a range of specialist essays written by well-known and award-winning ELT authors

NEW Global features a wide range of task types, with a focus on critical thinking throughout

Listening tasks are based around authentic recordings of real people, featuring a NEWof native and nonmixture native speakers of English

Reading texts are taken from a wide variety of sources, with a strong literacy strand – featured authors include Nick Hornby, Zadie Smith, George Orwell and JRR Tolkien

NEW

Global Pre-intermediate Coursebook

At higher levels learners COMING are encouraged to interact 2011 with the text itself and read it more critically

COMING 2011 Global Pre-intermediate Coursebook

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TEACHER’S BOOK: GUEST AUTHORS The comprehensive Global Teacher’s Book pack contains a wide range of materials for teachers using the course. These include background information and language notes, 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.

ADULT COURSES

TEACHER’S BOOK: RESOURCE CD 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.

‘ON THE GO’ STUDY

FUNCTION GLOBALLY

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

From elementary level upwards there is a ‘Function globally’ section at the end of each unit which deals with language that students may encounter outside the classroom.

GLOBAL ENGLISH by David Crystal

UNIT

Professor David Crystal is arguably the world’s foremost expert on the English language, especially the use of global English. He has written content specially for the Global Coursebook – a first in ELT coursebook publishing. His ‘Global English’ material is a regular feature at all levels from elementary upwards.

6

Science & Technology Computer problems Vocabulary & Pronunciation Phrasal verbs, sentence stress

anti-technology movements was the Luddite movement in 19th century England. The

Speaking and Listening

Extend your vocabulary – other ways of saying yes

1 Read the quotes about computers below. Work in pairs and tell each other if you agree with them and why.

Pablo Picasso, Spanish artist

Phrasal verbs & objects

I do not fear computers. I fear the lack of them.

Reading & Speaking

Isaac Asimov, American science fiction writer

The Luddites

Think? Why think? We have computers to do that for us.

1 Look at the audioscript on page 000. Find an example of each way of saying yes.

Computers are like dogs. They smell fear.

2 Write five questions to ask your partner. You want them to answer yes.

Jean Rostand, French scientist and philosopher Simon Alexander, American comedian

2 2.08–2.12 Listen to five conversations about computer problems and number the problems in the order you hear them. There is one extra problem. computer screen internet connection printer and printing

email password saving work

3 Listen again and choose the correct answers. 1

2

3

4

5

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Unit 6 Technology

What did the man change in conversation 1? a a cable b the mouse c the computer screen How does the man feel at the end of conversation 2? a happy b worried c frustrated What’s wrong with the man’s email in conversation 3? a there’s a virus b there’s too much email c he needs a password Who saves their work in conversation 4? a the woman b the man c the woman and the man What happened to the woman’s password in conversation 5? a she forgot it b she changed it c she doesn’t have one

1 Complete the sentences from the listening with the words in the box. down (x2)

in

on

Now log

2

Shut

3

The laptop’s gone

4

Type password.

5

When I try to print the computer prints document.

6

You should really back work.

2

up

1 Tick (✔) the sentences that are correct. 1

a b c

2

a

b c

to the system.

textile machines. They went out at night and destroyed the machines with

Pick up the phone. Pick it up. Pick up it. Can you print out them please? Can you print them out please? Can you print out the documents please? Turn them off. Turn off them. Turn off all the computers.

hammers. Today the term luddite is used in English to talk negatively about people who are anti-technology. Glossary movement (noun) – a group of people who work together for a particular reason

Reading and Speaking

textile (noun) – any type of woven cloth

1 2.14 Read and listen to the text about the Luddites. What kind of people were they? 2 Read the statements and mark your opinion next to each one. 1 = strongly disagree, 4 = strongly agree

Today English is just as often communication between L2 speakers, and Modernused technology for … this is recognised throughout Global. The ‘Global voices’ sections give students the opportunity to listen to a range of authentic recordings of both native and non-native speakers of English.

the computer and leave it. again.

3

a document a different all your

3 Listen and repeat the sentences. Try to copy the stress.

a

b

your username and

2.13 Listen and check your answers.

Functions covered include language for travel, work and social events

were losing work to the new

• some phrasal verbs such as turn on can take an object • other phrasal verbs such as log on do not take an object • when the phrasal verb takes an object, it can usually go before or after the particle • if the object is a pronoun, it can only go between the verb and particle

GLOBAL VOICES

out (x2)

1

groups of workers who

Turn on the computer. Now log on. Shut down the computer. Shut the computer down. Turn it on.

3 Work in pairs and ask each other the questions. Answer yes in different ways.

Vocabulary and Pronunciation

Luddites were organised

Grammar

Here are some common ways of saying yes. Yep and yeah are informal ways of saying yes. Definitely is a stronger way of saying yes. That’s right is used instead of yes to respond to a question or statement. I’m afraid so is used when you think the person hopes you will say no.

Computers are useless. They can only give you answers.

Grammar

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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 material is exploited.

One of the most famous

Part 4 Speaking & Listening

INFORMATION-RICH, INTELLIGENT TOPICS

The Luddites

c

2 Circle the object of the phrasal verb in the sentences below. Sometimes there is no object.

Please sit down and open your books. (no object)

Did you plug in the computer? 1 2 3 4 5 6

Turn the volume up please. Philip isn’t here today. He called in sick. I forgot to log on to the school system. Look up the words in the dictionary. Write the words down in your notebook. My flight takes off at seven o’clock tonight.

• makes us work harder, not less hard. • is giving away our privacy.

• has taken away more jobs than it has created. • has made us safer. • is giving us too much information, so it’s difficult to know what is true. • has to be free for everyone.

work harder. In my job, I have to answer lots of

Did you plug it in?

emails and messages, and I have to do it more

Grammar focus – explanation & more practice of phrasal verbs on page 142

1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4

3 Work in pairs. Discuss your opinions and try to give reasons for them. Are you a modern Luddite?

3 Look at the sentences again. If there is an object, replace it with a pronoun.

G

1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4

I agree that modern technology makes us

quickly than before.

Technology Unit 6

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Reading texts in the ‘Global English’ sections have been written specially for the course by David Crystal

Global Pre-intermediate Coursebook


MACMILLAN DIGITAL

Global: Digital features 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-based content.

Interactive Whiteboard material Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM Student’s eWorkbook Resource site – see p 6 www.macmillanenglish.com/global

The Global eWorkbook represents an evolution in self-study materials, providing a wide range of resources including: • Listening and video materials, including video content from the BBC Worldwide documentary archive, which can be viewed on a computer or downloaded to portable devices such as iPods for ‘on the go’ study • Interactive grammar and language practice activities • ‘How to’ sections focusing on specific topics such as writing skills • Printable worksheets for 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 about this option.

ADULT COURSES

eWORKBOOK

Global Pre-intermediate eWorkbook

Global DIGITAL Interactive Whiteboard Software A digital version of Global that 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, and is platform independent. This means Global DIGITAL can be used with any make of interactive whiteboard or even with a simple projector and laptop combination.

WEBSITE Global has a truly unique website to support teachers using the course. Alongside all the standard resources teachers have come to expect from a course website, it features: • Teaching Tips Blog – a regularly updated blog featuring ideas and tips for using Global in the classroom • Author Blog – regular posts from the Global author team • Global Bloggers – a community blog written by practising ELT teachers across the globe • Weekly eLessons including photocopiable worksheets and Teacher’s Notes

www.macmillanenglish.com/global

iwb

apps Global Digital

The design of Global Digital is based on extensive research with teachers actively using IWBs in their classes, to discover what they actually needed in order to teach most effectively. This led to the development of one of the most sophisticated yet easy-to-use IWB language software packages available. The software allows you to display the Coursebook pages while also making all of the associated multimedia assets (audio, video, interactive activities) instantly accessible.

Key features

• Digital Book – display a ready-to-use interactive version of the Coursebook on screen, all the relevant audio, video and reference materials are instantly accessible on the page – no preparation required • Teacher’s Area – build up a repository of material to support each unit of the course, offering the best of both worlds, quality material from the Coursebook working seamlessly alongside a locally produced, personalised, reusable materials bank • Interactive Games – digital games can easily be customised with your own content, but require minimal preparation time • Platform neutral – Global Digital will work with any make of IWB, as well as with a simple computer bookand projector combination – all of the tools for interacting with the content are built into the software itself Global Coursebook Coursebook + eWorkbook Pack Class Audio CDs Teacher’s Book + Resource CD Pack Digital (Single user version) Digital (Multiple user version)

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New Inside Out A1

A2

B1

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C1

C2

ADULT COURSES

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

New Inside Out takes all the best elements of the original Inside Out series – including the emphasis on personalisation and meaning – and adds a host of brand-new features. Sue and Vaughan have gone back to the classroom to write this new edition, working with teachers and students to find out exactly what works in the real world. Now a complete six-level course, New Inside Out is one of the most relevant and exciting general English courses available. New

Key features

• A new, fully updated version of our classic general English course • Retains all the character and personality users love from the original Inside Out series, whilst adding a range of great new features • Every Student’s Book comes with a multimedia CD-ROM with interactive practice and extension activities • New components: DVD and DVD Teacher’s Book, Interactive Whiteboard software • New ‘Useful phrases’ and ‘Vocabulary Extra’ sections, and much more

Inside Out Sue Kay & Vaughan Jones

Pre-Intermediate Student’s Book

with CD-ROM

What’s new?

• Multimedia CD-ROM included with every Student’s Book • Beginner level – New Inside Out now takes students from complete beginners to advanced users of English • New topics engage students and bring the books up to date • Expanded grammar sections offer comprehensive coverage of key language points, whilst the new ‘Grammar Extra’ sections recycle and review this language • ‘Useful Phrases’ and ‘Vocabulary Extra’ sections provide real-world language • The comprehensive, all-in-one Teacher’s Book is the perfect companion to the course, providing teacher’s notes, practical teaching tips, photocopiable activities and a Test CD containing editable tests

New headings clearly show the contents and structure of each unit

New Inside Out provides a wellbalanced mix of skills and language activities

Grammar is introduced through realistic contexts

Grammar reference sidebars give easy access to reference information

Focus on personalisation using students’ own experiences

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New Inside Out Upper Intermediate Student’s Book


New Inside Out Digital apps

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All levels from Beginner to Advanced now available.

New Inside Out Digital New Inside Out Beginner New Inside Out Elementary New Inside Out Pre-intermediate New Inside Out Intermediate New Inside Out Upper Intermediate New Inside Out Advanced

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ADULT COURSES

New Inside Out Digital has been designed to be completely platform-independent, and can even be used with a simple laptop and projector combination. All of the special tools for interacting with the content are built into the software, not relying on any particular manufacturer’s hardware to operate. It is compatible with both PCs and Macs. Multiple user 9780230400153 9780230400160 9780230400177 9780230400184 9780230400191 9780230400207

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Key features

• A digital version of the Student’s Book is visible on screen, allowing you to combine traditional book-based learning with the multimedia features of the digital version • All of the audio and video content related to a unit page is instantly accessible by tapping on the relevant icon. No more switching between software applications or hunting around for the correct track on a CD player • The Teacher’s Area provides a powerful presentation tool that allows you to build custom presentations easily, or simply to adapt the provided templates. Materials produced can then be saved (to a USB, local network, etc) and easily shared with colleagues • Easy navigation provides quick access to pages in the Student’s Book, to the Teacher’s Area, to printable documents and to help screens • Supplied training material helps you get up to speed with this powerful software quickly • Game templates allow you to quickly and easily create impressive class activities

book

Useful phrases

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This new feature helps students build a portable toolkit of functional language. These sections are fun and engaging, and provide students with the language they need outside the classroom.

DVD

The units of the DVD complement the topics in the Student’s Book. These are in a variety of formats including interviews, features and profiles. There is also a DVD Teacher’s Book with teaching notes and photocopiable worksheets.

Grammar

New Inside Out includes a substantial focus on grammar in every unit. Additional support is provided in the margin with grammar notes. Further practice and explanations are given in the Grammar Extra sections at the back of the Student’s Book.

CD-ROM

The new student’s CD-ROM provides a wide range of interactive practice activities. It is suitable for use in the classroom as well as a self-study tool at home.

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive CD-ROM Interactive Whiteboard Material Macmillan Practice Online – see p 9 www.macmillanpracticeonline.com Resource site – see p 6 www.macmillanenglish.com/insideout

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American English

NEW

New American Inside Out ADULT COURSES

A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

BEGINNER TO ADVANCED Sue Kay and Vaughan Jones with Peter Maggs, Catherine Smith and Philip Kerr

New American Inside Out builds on the recognised strength and success of American Inside Out. It combines a renewed commitment to meaningful presentation, meaningful practice, and meaningful communication with: New improved design New engaging content New grammar and vocabulary support New focus on functional language MACMILLAN DIGITAL New interactive tasks Interactive CD-ROM

Resource site – www.insideout.net Macmillan Practice Online - see p 9 www.macmillanpracticeonline.com

NEW LEVEL

Key features

• A brand-new beginner level • CD-ROM included with every Student’s Book - provides extra interactive practice, at home or in school • Expanded grammar sections offer comprehensive coverage of key language points, whilst the new ‘Grammar Extra’ sections recycle and review this language • ‘Useful Phrases’ and ‘Vocabulary Extra’ sections provide real-world language for use outside the classroom • The comprehensive all-in-one Teacher’s Book is the perfect companion to the course, providing teacher’s notes, practical teaching tips, photocopiable activities and a Test CD with editable tests New American Inside Out Split Edition Student’s Book + CD-ROM Pack A Student’s Book + CD-ROM Pack B Workbook + Audio CD Pack A Workbook + Audio CD Pack B Teacher’s Book + Test CD Pack Class Audio CD

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Original and New Inside Out Practice Online Inside Out and New Inside Out Practice Online provide carefully designed online resources to supplement the Student’s Books at all levels. Students can work on their English from any computer with an internet connection. Each online course is divided into units which mirror those in the Student’s Book and provides homework and extra practice of the language covered in the texts. The ‘Review’ sections offer students the chance to reinforce the language and skills learnt in the preceding units. There are over 100 resources in each online course, comprising language, grammar and vocabulary exercises, listening and pronunciation activities and web projects. For more information, visit www.macmillanpracticeonline.com/insideout New Inside Out Student’s Book + CD-ROM Pack Workbook (+ Key) + Audio CD Pack Workbook (- Key) + Audio CD Pack Teacher’s Book and Test CD Class Audio CDs DVD DVD Teacher’s Book Inside Out Digital single user Inside Out Digital multiple user

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Inside Out A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

ELEMENTARY TO ADVANCED Sue Kay and Vaughan Jones with Ceri Jones, Tania Bastow, Jon Hird and Philip Kerr

ADULT COURSES

Key features

• Personalised speaking tasks: Inside Out provides the motivation and support to help students speak in class • Great topics: Inside Out brings real-life subjects into the classroom • Contextualised grammar and vocabulary: captivating topics and speaking tasks motivate learners to use the language • Comprehensive resources: well-developed range of components support teachers and students alike

Resource Packs • A broad range of ideas and activities with accompanying teaching notes • Up to three photocopiable worksheets for each unit in the Student’s Book • Designed to match the language focus of the unit Grammar Companions Each spread has a grammar explanation along with grammar activities. There is a set of reference and practice materials for each item in the grammar syllabus. Test CD • Specifically written for Inside Out • Placement tests for quick assessment • Unit-by-unit, mid-course and end-of-course tests in editable format

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Macmillan Practice Online – see p 9 www.macmillanpracticeonline.com

Resource site – see p 6

www.macmillanenglish.com/insideout

Inside Out Student’s Book Workbook (+ Key) + Audio CD Pack Workbook (- Key) + Audio CD Pack Teacher’s Book Class Audio CDs Video Video Teacher’s Book Resource Pack Test CD – all levels Grammar Companion

www.insideout.net

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Straightforward A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

BEGINNER TO ADVANCED Philip Kerr, Lindsay Clandfield, Ceri Jones, Roy Norris and Jim Scrivener

ADULT COURSES

Ideal for teachers looking for an easy-to-use, flexible adult general English course, Straightforward always takes the most suitable methodological approach to what is being taught, resulting in the perfect balance of skills and language work. It is based around 12 topics per level, with extra sections including functional language, writing skills, grammar notes and wordlists that round off the Student’s Book. Key features • Simple enough for new teachers to use; flexible enough for those with more experience • Interactive CD-ROM included with the Student’s Book • Supported by one of the most comprehensive Teacher’s Books available

CD-ROM The Student’s Book comes with a CD-ROM that features a range of interactive practice and extension activities linked to each unit. A complete grammar and vocabulary reference provides extra learning support. Workbook • One-page of practice closely linked to the lesson • A complete writing course with model texts and practical writing tasks • Extra reading texts and activities for every unit • Free Audio CD with dictation activities and audio of reading texts from the Workbook

A wide variety of speaking tasks help ensure students stay engaged with the content

Teacher’s Book • Each book features teaching tips and methodology sections written by Jim Scrivener • Teaching notes with extra, optional and alternative activities • Extra photocopiable activities for every lesson • Editable tests on CD, which assess students’ progress • Audio CD with songs and listening test material • CEF checklists for every unit in the Student’s Book

Topics are selected to appeal to students and cover a wide range of subjects Vocabulary is presented and practised in context

Clear section headings ensure both students and teachers can follow the lesson easily Language boxes provide easy reference to useful language and vocabulary

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Straightforward Advanced Student’s Book


Writing units are planned as complete lessons, with speaking and language practice included

‘Language Focus’ sections examine the language used in higher-level writing

ADULT COURSES

Students are provided with comprehensive guidance on how to approach the writing tasks

Straightforward Advanced Student’s Book

There are extended writing lessons in the advanced level, focusing on a range of different types of texts

We liked many aspects of Straightforward but, above all, we rated highly how it seemed to respect the intelligence of the learners and teachers. We also appreciated the interesting personal introduction and useful advice in the Teacher’s Book.

Survey Review of Adult EFL Courses, ELT Journal, No 62/3

(Straightforward rated as number 1 out of eight current general English coursebooks reviewed)

MACMILLAN DIGITAL

Straightforward and the Common European Framework

Interactive CD-ROM

• ‘Did you know?’ sections increase students’ intercultural awareness • Self-assessment checklists remind students of what they can do • Regular functional language tasks give students immediately useful language • Portfolios encourage learner independence and contain self-assessment material • Communicative language abilities developed through a wide range of speaking tasks

Macmillan Practice Online – see p 9 www.macmillanpracticeonline.com Resource site – see p 6

www.macmillanenglish.com/straightforward • Download the Straightforward Guides

SEE ALSO Macmillan Readers p 62 Learning Teaching p 67

Straightforward Student’s Book + CD-ROM Pack Student’s Book Workbook (+ Key) Pack Workbook (- Key) Pack Teacher’s Book Class Audio CDs Portfolio

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Reward A1

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B2+

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C2

STARTER TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Simon Greenall

ADULT COURSES

Reward is a highly successful five-level general English course for adults and young adults, used and recommended extensively around the world. The Reward series provides up to 12 fully integrated components at each of the five levels and gives teachers and students one of the most comprehensive English language courses available.

Key features

• The comprehensive grammar syllabus covers the essential language for each level • Extensive vocabulary development and integrated skills work • The Teacher’s Book is interleaved with the Student’s Book for ease of teaching • Teacher’s Resource Disk with placement tests • The popular Reward Resource Packs (general and business) provide supplementary material

Student’s Book

• Double-page spreads give students a clear sense of progress through the book • New grammar, functions and vocabulary are highlighted for easy reference • New language is presented through dialogues and reading texts

Teacher’s Book

• Interleaved with the Student’s Book for easy reference during class • Full teaching notes for each lesson, along with ideas for extension activities

Practice Book

• Provides opportunities for self-study and extension of work studied in class • With and without key versions available

Resource Packs

• General and business-focused Resource Packs available • Provide instant communicative activities for use in the classroom • Each pack contains one photocopiable worksheet for each lesson, along with full teacher’s notes

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive CD-ROM

Video

• Mini-documentaries on various topics support the language covered in the Student’s Book.

Each CD-ROM is for individual use. Network versions are available through your local distributor, or from Young Digital Planet, software developers of the Reward CD-ROM. Tel: +48 58 768 2220 E-mail: service@ydp.eu Website: www3.ydp.com.pl

CD-ROM •

Four levels of interactive study, based on the Student’s Book contents.

SEE ALSO Reward Resource Packs Available as eBooks to download from Macmillan Bookstore www.macmillaneducation.com/ebooks

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Move A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

ELEMENTARY TO ADVANCED Bill Bowler, Jon Hird, Angela Holman, Sue Kay, Peter Maggs, Bruce Milne, Sue Parminter, Rebecca Robb Benne, Barbara Webb

Key features • A flexible short course, ideally suited to intensive study programmes • The Coursebooks are split into three self-contained modules • Each module contains its own extra practice, wordlist and reference pages • The CD-ROM is ideal for self-study and revision

ADULT COURSES

Move is a flexible general English course for adults and young adults. It takes a discovery-based approach to lexis and grammar, with an emphasis on communicative language acquisition and practice. Each of the three topic-based modules per level contains 15 hours of core material, and can be easily extended using the additional resources in the Teacher’s Book and on the CD-ROM. This makes Move the ideal course for use on short intensive courses, as well as on longer courses with fewer teaching hours.

Coursebook with CD-ROM • Three self-contained modules, with 15 hours of core material per module • Imaginative grammar and vocabulary activities encourage students to experiment with the language • Thorough review units at the end of each module • Extra practice, grammar reference, wordlist and communication activities at the end of each module • Interactive CD-ROM offers activities for every unit, entertaining language learning games, customisable wordlists and bookmarks • A useful markbook records progress and can be printed out

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive CD-ROM

Teacher’s Book • Teaching notes offer practical ideas and guidance for every stage of the lesson • Photocopiable unit and module tests assess progress • 24 extra photocopiable discussion lessons and communication games • Common European Framework (CEF) section maps the course to the framework descriptors • Photocopiable ‘Can do’ checklists for students to use as part of their CEF portfolio after each unit

Learning aims summarise the lesson in ‘Can do’ statements

Reading texts focus on topics of interest to a wide range of students

Reading texts are recorded on the Class Audio CD for optional listening practice

‘Note’ boxes provide extra language and cultural information

SEE ALSO Macmillan Readers p 62 700 Classroom Activities p 70 Live from London podcasts www.onestopenglish.com

Move Advanced Coursebook Move Coursebook + CD-ROM Teacher’s Book Class Audio CDs

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Gateway

NEW

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive Whiteboard material

New for 2011: A2, B1, B1+ Coming in 2012: B2 and C1 A2

B1

B1+

B2

C1

Student’s site – see p 28 www.gatewayonline.net

C2

Teacher’s resource site – see p 28 www.macmillanenglish.com/gateway

ELEMENTARY TO ADVANCED David Spencer

Gateway is an academically rich five-level course designed to lead teenage students to success in school-leaving and university entrance exams and prepare them for university and the world of work. The course stimulates the interest of students and teachers by providing cross-curricular and intercultural content that is genuinely interesting, meaningful and thought-provoking. Gateway helps students prepare and practise for their school-leaving exams and equips them with lifelong learning and study skills.

TEENAGE COURSES Gateway

p 26

Hot Spot

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Code

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Laser

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Taking an inductive approach to Grammar, Gateway revises and extends the students’ active knowledge of grammar and vocabulary through a wealth of varied skills-based activities that recycle, revise, evaluate and develop language skills.

Exam-style practice activities are found throughout the unit and further practised in special ‘Gateway to Exams’ sections

Gateway to exams

Units 3–4

Reading Tip for Reading Exams In matching activities, remember … Read all the text once quickly to get a general understanding. Then read the information that you need to find. Look for the section of the text where you think this information appears and look at it again in more detail. EXAM SUCCESS page 151 1 Look at the title of the text you are going to read.

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

Being bilingual is good for your brain Work with a partner and answer these questions. 1 Why do you think that being bilingual is probably good for the brain? 2 How do you think scientists discovered this? 2 Read the text. What answers does it give to the questions in 1?

A recent study says that speaking two languages can help old people to stay mentally active. Dr Ellen Bialystok and her team of scientists at York University in Canada planned some special tests. Then they asked 104 people between the ages of 30 and 88 to do them. From the tests, the scientists found out that people who can speak two languages are very good at thinking fast. The scientists did different experiments and came to the conclusion that being bilingual can help old people to think quickly. Investigation has shown that playing musical instruments, dancing or reading can also help to keep you mentally active. Simple activities like doing crosswords or playing board games like chess or monopoly can also have a positive effect. Dr Bialystok thinks that speaking different languages is very good for you and your brain. Half of the people who did the tests came from Canada and only spoke English. The other half came from India and could speak English and a language called Tamil. The scientists tested vocabulary skills and maths ability. They also checked how fast the people did the activities. The ones who could speak two languages did the exercises quickly and well. The people who spoke only one language weren’t so good. The British Alzheimer’s Society was very interested in the discoveries. ‘It is possible that if we learn a second language when we are young, it can help us even when we are old,’ said Professor Clive Ballard. Ballard is the Alzheimer’s Society’s Director of Investigation. ‘Education in general can certainly help the brain to stay active.’

Lexical sets connected to typical topics in school-leaving exams are revised, extended and practised

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Gateway B1 Student’s Book

3 Read the text again and match the people in 1–6 with the information in a–f. 1 The British Alzheimer’s Society 2 Professor Clive Ballard 3 104 people from Canada and India between the ages of 30 and 88 4 Dr Ellen Bialystok and her team 5 The Canadians, who only spoke English, 6 The Indians who did the tests a had the idea for this investigation into bilingualism. b did the tests that the scientists invented. c were the people who spoke English and Tamil. d didn’t do the tests as quickly. e wanted to know about the results. f thinks that all education is good for the brain. 4 What about you? 1 Are you bilingual? Do you know anybody who is? 2 What are the advantages of being bilingual?

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Students are invited to express their opinions and discuss their experiences around a particular theme


Key features

TEENAGE COURSES

• ‘Gateway to Exams’ sections focus on real exam-style activities and look at the very specific exam skills • CLICK (Cross-Curricular, Literature, International Cultural Knowledge) lessons use authentic texts and interesting topics to look at language from a new perspective • Full corpus-based Dictionary in the Workbook combines the wordlist from the Student’s Book and the extension words from the Workbook • A clever colour coding scheme throughout the book allows for easy navigation through the course • Developing writing sections include model texts to help guide students to write accurately and effectively • Study skills and exam success boxes integrated throughout, offering hints and tips to students, with further, more detailed, information at the back of the Student’s Book • Staged speaking models guide students on how to prepare for and present oral presentations

NEW

SEE ALSO iwb

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Gateway Interactive e book Classroom Interactive Whiteboard software

NEW

4 1 2 3

book

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Read the text again and answer the questions. What is high energy physics? What is an accelerator? Why did people have to learn different programs for different computers at CERN? 4 What was Sir Tim Berners-Lee’s solution to the problem with computers at CERN? 5 What was the hardest part about making the World Wide Web work? 6 How can you create a new computer program, in Berners-Lee’s opinion?

I think the Internet is really important for me.

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Cross-curricular – Science The inventor of the World Wide Web 1

LISTENING 0.00 Listen to a radio programme about Sir Tim BernersLee, the inventor of the WWW. Does the presenter say anything about … 1 when Berners-Lee was a child? Yes/No 2 when he was at university? Yes/No 3 his life now? Yes/No

2 Listen again and choose the correct alternative. 1 Berners-Lee was born in the south-west of England/London/Switzerland. 2 Berners-Lee liked riding on trains/ building model trains/watching trains. 3 Berners-Lee’s first contact with electronic gadgets was making a model train/ making something for his model trains/ repairing the TV. 4 Berners-Lee made a TV program/computer/ computer program when he was at university. 5 Berners-Lee studied physics at university because he thought it was more practical than maths/he didn’t like maths/his parents taught physics.

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Well, things were very frustrating in the past. There was different information on different computers, but you couldn’t get all the information with just one computer. People at CERN came from universities all over the world. They brought all types of computers with different types of software. Sometimes you had to learn a take different program for each computer. So I wrote some programs to And information from one computer system to put it in another system. then I thought “Can’t we connect all these different information systems read could and make just one imaginary information system? Everybody the same system.” And that became the WWW.

3

Actually inventing the WWW was simple. The difficult part was to many persuade everybody to use the same system. It’s incredible that so people now use it.

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make Well, because it is, basically. I want you to know that you too can using new programs which create new, fun ways of using computers and the Internet. I want you to know that, if you can imagine a computer doing something, you can program a computer to do that. The only limit is your imagination. And a couple of laws of physics. Of course, what happens with computers is that you have a basic, simple idea. Then you have to add things on to it to make it work. But all good computer programs are simple inside.

3 You are going to read some Frequently Asked Questions from the website of Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web. Match the questions with answers 1–4 in the text. a Was it easy to invent the WWW? b Where were you when you invented the WWW? c Why do you always say everything is simple? d What made you think of the WWW?

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Lengthy, authentic texts and topic-based units are connected to familiar topics for the age group

B2+ Student’s Book David Spencer

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5 What about you? 1 How important are the Internet and the World Wide Web for you? Why? 2 What information about the inventor of the World Wide Web did you find interesting?

I was working in a physics laboratory called CERN. CERN is in Geneva, the Switzerland. At CERN, people study High Energy Physics. That is physics of really, really small particles – particles much smaller than atoms. If you want to investigate really, really small things, you need CERN. at have they what That’s accelerators. enormous machines called

David Spencer

New technologies

B2+ Student’s Book

A wide variety of text types develop reading skills while attention is paid to the strategies and tasks that help students’ understanding of reading texts

Gateway

Turn the page for Gateway online

CLICK pages blend content-based cross-curricular or literary texts book book while integrating skills practice

Why?

It’s very useful for finding information for schoolwork, for example.

Cross-curricular – Geography Silicon Valley

6 Work with a partner. Do you know anything about Silicon Valley? Make a list with ideas.

We think it’s in California, USA.

7 Read the facts about Silicon Valley. Did any of your ideas in 6 appear? Were your ideas correct? 8 Read the facts again and classify the information into these categories. Some numbers can go in more than one category. Geography

Population Economy/Industry Other

1 9 Complete the notes. 10 What about you? Would you like to live or work in Silicon Valley? Why/why not?

I’d like to go there because I’m really interested in computers. I’d prefer to go to San Francisco.

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Eight facts about … Silicon

Valley

1 Silicon Valley is in North Ca lifornia, USA, near San Francisco . 2 The name Silicon Valley is u sed to describe a geographic al area (its real name is the Sa nta Clara Valley), but also to describe all the high-tech co mpanies in this area. Many of these companies originally d esigned and made silicon c hips. 3 2.43 million people live in S ilicon Valley. 4 38% of the population of S ilicon Valley was born outsid e the USA. These people are usua lly top engineers and scient ists who have gone there to wor k. 5 There are 16 different citie s in Silicon Valley. The bigge st is San José. It is called the ca pital of Silicon Valley. 6 The area has had a great r eputation for new ideas and technology. Many rich busin essmen have gone there to invest money in new projec ts, especially in computers and the Internet. 7 Many engineers and scienti sts went to live in Silicon Vall ey because there was a lot of s pace and prices were relatively cheap. Now it is the one of the most expensive places in the USA to buy a house.

8 Silicon Valley is the home o f Apple, eBay, Google, Yahoo !, HP, Intel and many other worldfamous computer and Intern et businesses.

SiLiCon VaLLey 1 How did it get its name? 2 Who works there? 3 How much did/does it cost to live there? 4 Where is it? 5 What is the correct name for its location? 6 Why is it famous?

Speaking activities offer students a way to personalise and reflect on topical content

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Gateway Online for Students www.gateway-online.net To gain access to the students’ area of Gateway online, an access code is necessary. Gateway Student’s Books can be purchased with or without an access code to Gateway online. Gateway online is a dynamic learning space for students using Gateway. 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.

Key features

• Video activities that engage students in the world around them as well as practising language • Writing models and activities which help students prepare for exam writing tasks • A wordlist builder that can create specific, customisable vocabulary lists which are perfect for revision • Macmillan Reader eBook for further reading practice

Interactive activities help to practise and revise the language covered in each unit.

Marks from activities are stored in the markbook, and results can be printed or emailed by students to share with their teacher.

Gateway Online for Teachers www.macmillanenglish.com/gateway Designed specifically for teachers of Gateway, the free teacher’s resource website at www.macmillanenglish. com/gateway is packed full of additional resources to support the use of Gateway in the classroom.

Key features

• Teacher training footage of Gateway in use • Regularly updated teaching tips written by David Spencer and specialists in the field of exams and secondary teaching • Downloadable resources to use in the classroom, including culture worksheets and video activities • A complete downloadable unit from Gateway to try out in class

Packed full of additional resources for teachers of Gateway including culture worksheets, video projects, monthly e-lessons and onestopenglish resources pathway.

Join the Gateway community and interact with other teachers using Gateway! Look out for the teaching tips questions and videos of Dave Spencer and participate in the teacher training discussions online.

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Hot Spot A1

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BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE Colin Granger and Katherine Stannett

TEENAGE COURSES

Now with five levels! Hot Spot is a new course designed for the ‘betweenagers’ age group. Fun and engaging, it makes the most of the growing identity of the young teenager through motivating texts and stories, and lively illustrations and photography. Each book contains theme-based modules made up of three double-page presentation lessons, a crosscultural integrated skills lesson, a ‘can do’ review section, and a fun ‘Extra special’ lesson. The course has a transparent grammar syllabus which progresses steadily throughout the course, encouraging a discovery approach before practising and then personalising the grammar. There is a balance of skills work through the lessons, and the four skills are practised further in the integrated skills lesson which focuses on a cultural or cross-curricular aspect of the module theme. Providing a focus on the UK and other English-speaking countries, Hot Spot offers a wealth of culturally rich content that will interest and motivate young teenagers learning English.

Key features

• ‘Check your English’ activities at the end of every lesson encourage learners to take responsibility for their language learning in line with the CEF • Grammar references and further practice can be found in the illustrated grammar summary at the back of the Student’s Book • Pronunciation activities in every module focus on common pronunciation problems using rhythm drills, intonation, stress patterns and vowel sounds • Interleaved Teacher’s Book, printed in full colour, includes editable tests • Every ‘Extra special’ section contains a mini project that is perfect for homework projects and encourages communicative language use in line with the CEF • The Activity Book contains learning diaries for students to record and review their personal progress, as well as a complete original story

Key features of level 5

• • • • • •

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive CD-ROM Resource site – see p 6 www.macmillanenglish.com/hotspot Macmillan Practice Online – see p 9 www.macmillanpracticeonline.com

‘Vocabulary Bank’ comprising handy checklists such as ‘make & do’, common opposites etc ‘Writing Bank’ with guidance on writing short messages, informal letters, emails and short stories Inductive grammar spots ‘Extra special’ sections that include stories, poems and plays as well as PET-style exam practice sections A heavier emphasis on CLIL in level 5 means more cross-curricular and authentic reading texts Four extra CLIL lessons in the Activity Book

Hot Spot 5 Student’s Book 4

Lesson objective Describing an experience

14 An amazing experience

Grammar spot

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. a Scuba diving in Queensland is amazing. is amazing. b H b Here ere you can explore the breathtakingly you can explore the breathtakingly beautiful beautiful Great Barrier Reef. Great Barrier Reef.

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

r rie Bar

AUSTRALIA

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

1 I’m very tired today.

Coral Sea

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/?

ef Re

Where is the Great Barrier Reef? How big is it? What is the water like off the Great Barrier Reef? What is coral made from? How big are coral polyps? 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.

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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. c

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

1 sun-soaked golden – the beaches in Queensland c

Put the adjectives in the right order.

The people are kind to their elephants and look after them well.

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Colin Granger Katherine Stannett

Student’s Book 14/06/2010 13:31

SEE ALSO

Adjectives scary film spectacular landscape sun-soaked beach

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

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)

NEW

Now tell a classmate what you found out.

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

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 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

Order of adjectives 2 When we use more than one ‘fact’ adjective before a When we use more than one ‘fact’ adjective before a noun, they normally go in this order. noun, they normally go in this order. size + age + shape + colour + origin + material + size + age + shape + colour + origin + material + purpose + noun purpose + noun a large, 26-year-old grey elephant a large, 26-year-old grey elephant a little rope ladder a little rope ladder the metal safety bar the metal safety bar

3 Vocabulary

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

Yes 7 students

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.

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 2 3 4 5 6

Order of adjectives 1 Look at the examples and choose the correct option. Look at the examples and choose the correct option. When we use more than one adjective together, When we use more than one adjective together, we normally put ‘opinion’ adjectives (picturesque, we normally put ‘opinion’ adjectives (picturesque, magnificent) before/after ‘fact’ adjectives (brightly magnificent) before/after ‘fact’ adjectives (brightly coloured, gigantic). coloured, gigantic). picturesque tropical islands picturesque tropical islands magnificent gigantic hump back whales magnificent gigantic hump back whales

ea t Gr

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.

Study tips and exam spots offer examples of work and techniques for learning more difficult information

5 Listening and speaking

Adjectives

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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Interactive Whiteboard material

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

IDEAL FOR PET FOR SCHOOLS

This is a truly blended-learning course for teenagers. It aims to build up their general English skills while gently easing them into more tailored PET and FCE exam practice. The interactive and digital elements will appeal to teenage students and motivate them to learn. The clear yet integrated approach develops reading, writing, listening and speaking skills whilst there is a systematic build up of topic-based lexis and lexico-grammar. The topic-based units cover general topics common to international exams, but these are approached in a way that is appropriate to the experience and interest of the target age group. This is ideal for teenagers preparing for school-leaving exams.

Key features

• Over a hundred online interactive resources for each level – accessible from www.macmillanpracticeonline.com/code using login details from the back of the Code Workbook Plus • Practice in PET and FCE type exam tasks as well as build up of general English • Easy-to-use Interactive Whiteboard material for the classroom brings the book to life and gets the class enthused by learning • Lexical and grammatical syllabus based on the Threshold and Vantage levels of the Common European Framework • Challenging enough for stronger students yet enables the weaker students to progress with confidence • Writing banks, speaking files and grammar sections provide invaluable reference tools plus 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 • The Teacher’s Book also includes a ‘Can do’ self-evaluation table for use after each unit

A • • • • •

Spending money! How do rich people get rich? Do most of them… inherit a lot of money? work hard and earn a lot of money? win the lottery? marry someone rich? win money in a game?

B How much do you know about money? Do the quiz and find out!

Fun activities engage students 1 What is the name of the money used in China? a yin b yang c yuan with learning on 2 a personal levelWhat is the colour of all paper money from the United States? a pink

b green

c blue

3 When did the European Union first use the euro? a 2001 b 1998 c 1999 4 Which was the first country in the world to use notes made from plastic? a Australia b Japan c Brazil 5 What were Roman soldiers sometimes paid with? a oil b salt c pepper 6 Which popular game requires players to buy and sell property? a Scrabble b Monopoly c Jenga 7 Where are the oldest coins from? a Asia Minor b Egypt

D Complete the gaps 1-5 in the article with the correct sentence A-F. There is one extra sentence which you do not need.

B This is a large shopping centre which contains hundreds of different shops, as well as other places where you can relax or have fun.

Reading C Read the article. What does it say the places in the two photos have in common?

Many of us enjoy going shopping. We love the hustle of going to the high street, looking at shop windows, talking to shop assistants, examining various goods, comparing prices, trying clothes on and, finally, a few hours later, returning home exhausted, carrying bags full of brand new things. 1 In fact, when most consumers these days think of shopping they think of a one-stop visit to a shopping centre. There are, however, quite a few people that don’t really like going shopping. When they absolutely have to buy something, they plan carefully, choose what they want and where they can get it, go to the shop, swiftly buy what

they want and rush back home. 2 They shop online or by mail order, and get everything delivered to them, without having to leave the comfort of their home. Most teenagers, though, really enjoy going to the shopping mall. 3 For them, it’s not so much a place where they can do their shopping as one where they can socialize and make new friends. As a result, teenagers often arrange to meet and hang out at the mall, even if they have no intention of going shopping. This function of the shopping centre seems very much the same as the function of some of the oldest covered markets in the East, which can be seen as the forerunner of the

modern mall. 4 The first covered market in the East was Isfahan’s Grand Bazaar, whose buildings go back to the tenth century, while the Grand Bazaar of Istanbul, which was built in the 15th century, with its 58 streets and over 4,000 shops, is still one of the largest covered markets in the world. It seems that people’s habits haven’t really changed very much over the centuries. 5 In the same way that people in the Middle East have always met, done business and had a cup of coffee in the traditional bazaars, contemporary teenagers meet and have fun in the multiplex cinemas and fast food restaurants of the various malls.

Relevant tasks for the age range

D Going to the market was, and still is, a social networking event more than anything else. E Others don’t even go to the trouble of visiting the shops. known F These markets are ersian as bazaars, which in P ices’. means ‘the place of pr

Words in the text E Find these words in the text and match them with their meanings. 1 goods 2 consumers 3 swiftly 4 mail order 5 socialize 6 contemporary

Strong lexical build up

Do you like hanging out at shopping centres or malls with your friends? Why/Why not?

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C Alternatively, w e go to large department stores or shopping centres and spend half the day ther e, shopping to our heart’s co ntent.

a present-day, in the present b products c fast, quickly d buying things by post e get together with other people f people who buy things or use services

c Persia

8 How much did the USA pay Russia when it bought Alaska in 1867? a $72 million b $720 million c $7.2 million

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A In addition, the shopping experience in thos e markets is very different from what most of us are used to.

What kind of places do the photos show? Why do people go to places like these? What can people do there?

Shopping Now and Then

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Laser Laser is a three-level course specifically designed to cater to younger exam students. It is the perfect preparation for students still at school and working towards school-leaving exams and the updated Cambridge ESOL exams.

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive CD-ROM

SEE ALSO Testbuilder Series p 33 Language Practice Series

Each Student’s Book comes with a CD-ROM that reinforces the structures and vocabulary learnt in each unit. Each Workbook is complete with Audio CD, making it ideal for homework, and the Teacher’s Book includes photocopiable tests and a Test CD for further practice. Class Audio CDs are also available.

A2

B1

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B1

• ‘Dictionary corner’ sections, focusing on topic-based lexis, collocations, word formation and phrasal verbs • Writing models and email composition practice • 16 ‘Composition Planners’, providing detailed and comprehensive guidance • Grammar database at the back of the book, providing easy-to-use, detailed grammar reference Welcome to Laser !

A modern, fun and exciting three-level course specifically designed for young teenagers in Greece, which takes students from intermediate up to the FCE exam level.

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Laser Malcolm Mann

Laser D, the first level of the course, provides thorough language skills training and introduces students to the FCE exam in a stimulating and challenging way.

lexical and grammatical syllabus based on the Threshold level of the Council of Europe’s Common European Framework 16 engaging and motivating topic-based units

comprehensive practice in FCE exam-oriented type of tasks

Malcolm Mann

Laser D features

INTERMEDIATE Malcolm Mann

B1

A1

Laser

Key features

Laser

Laser B1

B1

integrated development of key reading, writing, listening and speaking skills Dictionary Corner sections, focusing on topic-based lexis, collocations, patterns, word formation and phrasal verbs Revision sections after every two units

16 Composition Planners, providing detailed and comprehensive guidance

This level provides thorough language skills training and comprehensive coverage of the grammar and vocabulary required at intermediate level. It coaches students in the skills they need to handle PET- and FCE-type exam exercises.

A2

B1+

B2

C1

C2

Student’s Book with Grammar Bank booklet

Workbook

Companion

Use Your English Book

Interleaved Teacher’s Book

Test Book

Cassettes

Audio CDs

Updated for PET With CD ROM

ISBN 960-8180-27-9

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B1+

• ‘Vocabulary Builder’ sections, focusing on topic-based lexis, collocations, patterns, word formation, phrasal verbs and metaphorical use of language • Word pattern, phrasal verb, speaking, grammar and writer’s database at the back of the book for reference Welcome to Laser!

A modern, fun and exciting three-level course specifically designed for young teenagers in Greece, which takes students from intermediate up to the FCE exam level.

Laser D, the first level of the course, provides thorough language skills training and introduces students to the FCE exam in a stimulating and challenging way. Laser D features

lexical and grammatical syllabus based on the Threshold level of the Council of Europe’s Common European Framework 16 engaging and motivating topic-based units

comprehensive practice in FCE exam-oriented type of tasks

integrated development of key reading, writing, listening and speaking skills

Steve Taylore-Knowles

INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Steve Taylore-Knowles

Grammar Bank booklet, providing easy-to-use, detailed grammar reference

Components

B1+

A1

lists of all key patterns and collocations and phrasal verbs

Laser

Laser B1+

Dictionary Corner sections, focusing on topic-based lexis, collocations, patterns, word formation and phrasal verbs Revision sections after every two units

Designed to bridge the gap between B1 (intermediate) and B2 (FCE level) English, this level builds on the language and grammar taught in Laser B1, as well as continuing with extensive language skills practice. As with the other two titles in the series, the focus is on preparing students in PET- and FCE-style tasks.

A2

B1

B2

C1

lists of all key patterns and collocations and phrasal verbs

Student’s Book with Grammar Bank booklet

Workbook

Companion

Use Your English Book

Interleaved Teacher’s Book

Test Book

Cassettes

Audio CDs

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Updated for the revised FCE

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• Systematic development of topic-based lexis and lexico-grammar, including collocations, patterns, word formation, phrasal verbs and frequently confused words • Word pattern, phrasal verb, speaking, grammar and writer’s database at the back of the book for reference Welcome to Laser!

C2

A modern, fun and exciting three-level course specifically designed for young teenagers in Greece, which takes students from intermediate up to the FCE exam level.

With CD ROM

Laser D, the first level of the course, provides thorough language skills training and introduces students to the FCE exam in a stimulating and challenging way.

lexical and grammatical syllabus based on the Threshold level of the Council of Europe’s Common European Framework 16 engaging and motivating topic-based units

comprehensive practice in FCE exam-oriented type of tasks Dictionary Corner sections, focusing on topic-based lexis, collocations, patterns, word formation and phrasal verbs

16 Composition Planners, providing detailed and comprehensive guidance lists of all key patterns and collocations and phrasal verbs

Steve Taylore-Knowles

integrated development of key reading, writing, listening and speaking skills

Malcolm Mann

Laser D features

Revision sections after every two units

This level offers thorough and systematic exam preparation, building on the previous levels, together with solid grammar and vocabulary development to give students all the skills they need to sit the First Certificate in English exam successfully. To cater for this higher level, more reading texts per unit are introduced and exercises are highly focused on all five papers of the revised FCE exam.

B1+

Grammar Bank booklet, providing easy-to-use, detailed grammar reference

Key features

UPPER INTERMEDIATE Malcolm Mann and Steve Taylore-Knowles

Laser Steve Taylore-Knowles

Components

B2

A1

16 Composition Planners, providing detailed and comprehensive guidance

Laser

Laser B2

p 42

TEENAGE COURSES

The vibrant topic-based units cover the lexical and grammatical syllabus of the Threshold to Vantage levels of the Council of Europe’s Common European Framework. The course integrates development of all the language skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking, and regular revision sections check continuous progress.

Malcolm Mann Steve Taylore-Knowles

Laser B2

Grammar Bank booklet, providing easy-to-use, detailed grammar reference

Components

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Workbook

Companion

Use Your English Book

Interleaved Teacher’s Book

Test Book

Cassettes

Audio CDs

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Updated for the revised FCE

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Exam

CEF

KET

Level

Course

Testbuilder

Elementary

EXAMS PET

English Language exams

p 32

Testbuilder

p 33

Ready for Series

p 34 p 36

Pre-FCE B1-B2 ALTE Intermediate 2-3

FCE

B2 ALTE 3

Upper Intermediate

CAE

C1 ALTE 4

Advanced

CPE

C2 ALTE 5

Proficiency

p 37

p 41

Focusing on

IELTS

IELTS

Academic

Practice Tests with answer key

Second

Focusing on

IELTS

edition

BEC

Preliminary B1 Vantage B2 Higher C1

edition

Michael Clutterbuck Philip Gould

Reading and

Listening and

writing skills with answer key

Jeremy Lindeck Jannette Greenwood Kerry O’Sullivan

TOEFL

SEE ALSO

32

with answer key

Philip Gould Michael Clutterbuck

Intermediate to Advanced

Language Practice Series Code p 30 Laser p 31

General Training

Practice Tests

Second

edition

Second

Focusing on

Macmillan Test Maker

p 38

IELTS

p 42

Focusing on

TOEFL courses IELTS courses

Preintermediate

IELTS

Direct to FCE

B1 ALTE 2

speaking skills with answer key

Second

edition

Steven Thurlow Kerry O’Sullivan


Testbuilder Series A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

NEW LEVELS

C2

Jake Allsop, Rosemary Aravanis, Judith Ash, Tricia Aspinall, Anthea Bazin, Elaine Boyd, Sarah Dymond, Amanda French, Liz Gallivan, Mark Harrison, Nick Kenny, Peter Leggott, Lucrecia Luque-Mortimer, Vicki Lywood Last, Sam McCarter, Colin Payton, Bryan Stephens, Pamela Vittorio

Tests that teach

NEW

EXAMS

This popular series is designed to help improve students’ exam performance and increase language competence. Task types familiarise students with the tasks they will face in the exam, further practice and guidance pages build confidence in answering them and an expanded answer key gives clear explanations as to why the given answer is correct. Ideal for self-study or classroom use, the KET, PET, FCE, CAE and New Proficiency Testbuilders are available with or without the answer key (other titles in the series are available only with answer key).

Key features of the series

• Complete practice tests reflecting exactly the level of the exam and the full range of task types the students will face • Guidance pages and tips for each part of the individual exam papers • Practice activities to improve exam technique • Focus on common problem areas • Guided analysis of sample answers • Audio CD included

NEW

NEW

NEW TESTBUILDERS

PET for Schools and KET for Schools Testbuilders Following the introduction of PET and KET for Schools from Cambridge ESOL, Macmillan has produced two Testbuilders with tailored content and practice for this younger age group and these schools-targeted tests.

NEW

Testbuilder for TOEFL® iBT Two complete practice tests with expanded answer key and listening script for the accompanying Audio CD. NEW KET for Schools Testbuilder Student’s Book + Audio CD Pack

9780230407114

KET Testbuilder With Key + Audio CD Pack Without Key + Audio CD Pack

9781405069762 9780230409699

NEW PET for Schools Testbuilder Student’s Book + Audio CD Pack

9780230407121

PET Testbuilder With Key + Audio CD Pack Without Key + Audio CD Pack

9781405063012 9781405063029

IELTS Testbuilders Testbuilder 1 + Audio CD Pack Testbuilder 2 + Audio CD Pack

9781405014045 9780230028852

NEW Testbuilder for TOEFL® iBT Student’s Book + Audio CD Pack

9780230409712

FCE Testbuilder With Key + Audio CD Pack Without Key + Audio CD Pack

9780230727892 9780230727908

CAE Testbuilder With Key + Audio CD Pack Without Key + Audio CD Pack

9780230727946 9780230727953

New Proficiency Testbuilder With Key + Audio CD Pack Without Key + Audio CD Pack

9780230415300 9780230415317

BEC Testbuilders BEC Higher + Audio CD Pack BEC Preliminary + Audio CD Pack BEC Vantage + Audio CD Pack

9780230717039 9781405018333 9781405018364

LCCI English for Business Testbuilder 1 + Audio CD Pack Testbuilder 2 + Audio CD Pack Testbuilder 3 + Audio CD Pack

9780230733862 9780230733893 9780230733923

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Ready for Series

EXAMS

A series of in-depth exam training books that provide the confidence and skills required by students who are preparing to sit the Cambridge ESOL exams. This targeted series comprehensively prepares students for the Preliminary English Test (PET), First Certificate in English (FCE), Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) and International English Language Testing System (IELTS). Regular help boxes and invaluable ‘Ready For…’ sections tackle each of the individual papers, further familiarising students with the exam content. The series develops and coaches students towards exam success and can be used alongside a general English course or alone as intensive exam preparation. Both the Student’s Books and the Workbooks are available with and without answer key.

MACMILLAN EXAMS

Ready for PET

coursebook

Nick Kenny Anne Kelly

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Ready for FCE

coursebook with key

Roy Norris

Roy Norris

llan English Dictionary

coursebook with key

style tasks te exam paper complete speaking test reference section d development and phrasal verbs

Ready for FCE

ers thorough preparation for the

I S B N 978-0-230-02760-2

Updated for the revised FCE exam

9

780230 027602

MACMILLAN EXAMS

Ready for CAE

coursebook Roy Norris With Amanda French

Suitable for the updated CAE exam

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Ready for PET A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

PRE-INTERMEDIATE Nick Kenny and Anne Kelly

The clear approach to the tasks found in the exam ensures students have the confidence and skills they need to be successful in all parts of the test. Suitable for younger and older learners alike, Ready for PET consolidates students’ knowledge of language so they can use it effectively and rewardingly in the exam. The CD-ROM, ideal for use in the classroom or at home, contains extra practice tests in the style of the new computerbased PET exam. This allows students to become familiar with this format and improve their technique.

Key features

• Handy ‘Tip’ boxes give advice on how to tackle each question type in the exam • Examples of students’ writing, complete with helpful examiners’ comments • Practice tests at the back of the book

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive CD-ROM

SEE ALSO PET Practice Online p40 Testbuilder Series p 33

Ready for FCE A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

UPPER INTERMEDIATE Roy Norris

This edition of Ready for FCE has been updated to incorporate the features of the latest Cambridge First Certificate in English. It is a comprehensive, well-rounded course that makes both the teacher and student confident of exam success. The Student’s Book is made up of topic-based units with easy reference wordlists.

Ready for CAE A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

ADVANCED Roy Norris with Amanda French

As with Ready for FCE, Ready for CAE is based on a thorough exam preparation structure, and has been revised and updated in line with the latest Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English. Special language focus sections encourage analysis of the main grammar areas at this advanced level. Skills for all papers are covered and there is a complete practice speaking test included.

Key features of Ready for FCE / CAE

• ‘Ready for’ sections give detailed information and training for each of the five papers • ‘What to expect in the exam’ and ‘How to go about it’ boxes give students invaluable tips for success • Special emphasis on word-building, collocations and phrasal verbs to help students overcome some of the harder aspects of English • Model answers provide solid preparation and support for writing tasks • Extra photocopiable vocabulary exercises and practice tests available in the Teacher’s Book

SEE ALSO FCE Practice Online p 40 CAE Practice Online p 40 Testbuilder Series p 33


Ready for IELTS IELTS BANDS 5 to 6.5 Sam McCarter

This IELTS preparation course combines the successful elements of the Ready For series and an experienced author team to ensure students aiming for IELTS bands 5–6.5 are ready for success!

EXAMS

All four skills are systematically and progressively developed and practised in each unit, while in-depth exam training is presented in the ‘What to expect in the exam’ and ‘How to go about it’ help boxes. There is a complete IELTS grammar syllabus, and vocabulary and word building skills make up a key part of the course. The accompanying CD-ROM offers further practice of the exam papers. It can be used completely independently from the Student’s Book, and is ideal for self-study and computer-based exam practice.

MACMILLAN DIGITAL

Key features

• Two-page review section at the end of each unit with exam-style tasks • ‘Ready For...’ sections focus on each IELTS exam paper, giving extra support and tips • Special emphasis on word building, collocations and phrasal verbs, paraphrasing, synonyms, polysemy • Topic-based wordlist • Model answers, graded by an examiner, provide excellent support for writing • Workbook offers practice of the language presented in the Student’s Book and further writing and reading practice • The Teacher’s Book comes with five photocopiable revision tests and a full final test in IELTS format, all of which include a listening test

Interactive CD-ROM

SEE ALSO Macmillan Practice Online – Advanced Academic English with IELTS p 40 Testbuilder Series p 33 Language Practice Series p 42

Engaging and relevant topics Similar tasks to those the students will face in the exam

Useful tips and strategies about how to tackle the exam

Integrated vocabulary and language formation builds students’ confidence with the tasks

Ready for IELTS Student’s Book Ready for PET Student’s Book (+ Key) + CD-ROM Pack Student’s Book (- Key) + CD-ROM Pack Teacher’s Book Class Audio CDs

Ready for FCE Student’s Book (+ Key) Student’s Book (- Key) Class Audio CDs Workbook (+ Key) Workbook (- Key) Teacher’s Book

9780230020719 9780230020733 9780230020740 9780230020757

Ready for CAE Student’s Book (+ Key) Student’s Book (- Key) Class Audio CDs Workbook (+ Key) Workbook (- Key) Teacher’s Book

9780230028869 9780230028876 9780230028913 9780230028883 9780230028890 9780230028906

9780230027602 9780230027619 9780230027640 9780230027626 9780230027633 9780230027657

Ready for IELTS Student’s Book (+ Key) + CD-ROM Pack Student’s Book (- Key) + CD-ROM Pack Class Audio CDs Workbook (+ Key) + CD-ROM Pack Workbook (- Key) + CD-ROM Pack Teacher’s Book

9780230732186 9780230732179 9780230732216 9780230401037 9780230401020 9780230732223

For other IELTS material see pp 38–40

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Direct to FCE A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

MACMILLAN DIGITAL

NEW

Website component –

C2

accessed through a code in the Student’s Book

UPPER INTERMEDIATE Roy Norris and Lynda Edwards

EXAMS

Direct access to the skills you need to pass the FCE exam 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. The 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.

NEW

Key features

• • • • •

Short and compact – 120 hours maximum and only three components (Student’s Book and Website Pack, Teacher’s Book and Audio CDs) 10 topic-based units covering all skills required for the computer-based FCE exam plus grammar and vocabulary build up 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 Website includes four complete computer-based practice tests, written by an experienced exam item writer

Clearly defined exam-related exercises make everything the student does targeted and relevant Vocabulary and topics are introduced using fun and interesting activities

Direct to FCE Student’s Book

Help boxes guide students through difficult areas of the exam Direct to FCE Student’s Book + Key and Website Pack Student’s Book - Key and Website Pack Teacher’s Book Class Audio CDs

9780230414679 9780230419216 9780230409576 9780230409583

SEE ALSO Visit our website for more information on our range of FCE and Proficiency courses including: Skills for First Certificate, Rising Star, First Certificate Star, First Certificate PassKey and New Proficiency PassKey. www.macmillanenglish.com/exams

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Direct to TOEFL® iBT A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Lin Lougheed

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Website component –

NEW

accessed through a code in the Student’s Book

Finally – a contemporary, compact and accessible TOEFL® iBT preparation course!

NEW

The website includes three online TOEFL® iBT practice tests for a really authentic test experience. Each student can access the website through their own unique code found at the back of the Student’s Book.

Direct to TOEFL® iBT Student's Book + Website pack 9780230409910

EXAMS

Direct to TOEFL® iBT is a short and concise course that combines print and online components. It takes a four skills and strategy-based approach to TOEFL® preparation ideal for adults and young adults who are hoping to study at American English-speaking universities.

Key features • • • • • •

Straight to the point and streamlined – 100 hours (plus 12 hours of practice tests on the website) Short, easy-to-access texts 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 Website includes three online practice tests as well as mp3 audio files, audio scripts and answer key for the Student’s Book material

SEE ALSO TOEFL® Preparation Online p 40 Learning to Listen

p 45

Clear skills and exam-based focus

Tailored vocabulary build up

Exam-style exercises

Advice and tips for the exam and academic life

Listening files also available from the website

Direct to TOEFL® iBT Student’s Book

The Heinemann ELT TOEFL® Preparation Course A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Carolyn B. Duffy and Kathleen Mahnke

A solid preparation course for the Test of English as a Foreign Language, either as a principal textbook, as a supplement to a general English course, or as a self-study guide. A diagnostic test and score conversion tables allow students to monitor progress and concentrate on their weaker points. TOEFL Preparation Course Coursebook With Key Coursebook Audio Cassettes

9780435288402 9780435288419

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Focusing on

IELTS

Focusing on

IELTS

Academic

Practice Tests with answer key

General Training

Practice Tests

Focusing on IELTS

NEW

IELTS BANDS 5.5 to 7

with answer key

Second

Second

edition

NEW

edition

Philip Gould Michael Clutterbuck

Michael Clutterbuck Philip Gould

Listening and

Reading and

Focusing on

IELTS

Focusing on

IELTS

EXAMS

Michael Clutterbuck, Philip Gould, Jannette Greenwood, Jeremy Lindeck, Kerry O’Sullivan, Steven Thurlow

speaking skills with answer key

Second

Second

edition

NEW

Steven Thurlow Kerry O’Sullivan

edition

The Focusing on IELTS series provides a comprehensive, up-to-date learning package that develops the skills students need as they prepare for the IELTS examination. The series consists of two skills books, Listening and Speaking Skills, and Reading and Writing Skills (suitable for both the General Training and Academic modules), and two books of practice tests, one for each module. The series is ideal for independent study or class use.

writing skills with answer key

Jeremy Lindeck Jannette Greenwood Kerry O’Sullivan

NEW

Key features

The Listening and Speaking and Reading and Writing Skills Books contain: • Clear explanations about what is in the IELTS test and how it is assessed ��� Detailed guidance on strategies to improve test performance • In-depth instruction to build specific test skills • A wide range of practical exercises and examples to extend skills • Guidance on how to develop a self-study program • Complete sample practice tests • Full answer key for all exercises and practice tests • Four Audio CDs for listening and speaking, with a range of accents • Sample recorded speaking tests with a detailed analysis of each candidate The Academic and General Training Practice Test Books contain: • Useful tips for taking the IELTS tests • Four complete practice tests for listening, writing and reading • Six complete practice tests for speaking • Complete listening transcripts with answers identified • Sample answers to writing tests and accompanying notes • A range of international accents on the Audio CDs • Recorded sample speaking tests, with transcripts and assessments

In-depth guidance on specific skills and strategies

Listening strategies and skills

It is important to make good use of the 30 seconds of silence the recording gives you to look at each set of questions. As quickly as possible, read the questions and decide what Clear,questions, useful you could kind of information you will listen for. In the case of multiple-choice identify the differences in the various answers and then decide what to listen for. examples

To be a good listener you need to develop a range of strategies and skills. This involves managing the information you hear, understanding what speakers are saying to you, and understanding what they are trying to do.

Example How many Canadian speakers will attend the conference?

Managing the flow of information The Listening Test requires you to process an intense flow of information and manage it effectively. In this section you will learn how to: t

listen for the specific information you need to answer the questions

t

focus on more than one question at a time while you are listening

t

match what you see on the question paper with what you hear on the recording.

Predicting The key to listening for specific information is predicting the type of information that you need to listen for. Through predicting you can activate your broad background knowledge about a topic and this will make listening to an extended recording about this topic much easier. This is a useful strategy for all question types in the Listening Test. For example, you might read the following question on the question paper: Why did Martin leave work early?

Before you hear the recording you can predict that a reason might be given for Martin leaving work early, using words such as because or so. Perhaps the reason might involve Martin being ill, having an appointment or being tired.

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Focusing on 54 IELTSFocusing on IELTS Listening and Speaking Skills Listening and Speaking Skills with key + Audio CD Pack 9781420230192 Reading and Writing Skills 9781420230208

A

a two-bedroom house

B

a one-bedroom apartment

C

a three-bedroom apartment

The two pieces of information you have to listen for are: (1) Does he want a house or an apartment? (2) How many bedrooms does he want?

Exercise 8 Listening for specific information is

T e n in g

In the IELTS Listening Test you only need to listen for the specific information that answers the question. That is, you focus on catching one piece of information, not all of the information.

exam

skills

What type of accommodation does he want to rent?

L

You are waiting to hear something. You are ready to catch a specific piece of information. This is active listening.

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Sometimes, you need to listen for two pieces of information. to build

What is the difference between ‘listening to’ something and ‘listening for’ something?

Listening for

30

C

Example

It is not necessary to comprehend every word in every section of the Listening Test in order to be able to answer the questions. Of course, you will listen to every word in the passage, but you don’t need to listen for every word.

You hear the words. You listen to everything that is being said. This is passive listening.

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B

For this question you know you need to be ready to listen for just one piece of information – a number. When the recording starts, you expect to hear something like: ‘There will be 30 Canadian speakers at the conference’. Practical exercises

Listening for specific information

Listening to

A

What would you listen for if you saw the following questions? Before you listen to the recording, predict the type of information needed and write it in the middle column. The first one has been done for you as an example.

CD 1 • Track 8

Information

Answers

1 When is Bill going to finish his assignment? A time/a day 2 Why did he enjoy doing his assignment? 3 What proportion of university students are female? 4 How many women Vice-Chancellors are there? 5 What part of Bill’s assignment remains unfinished? Now listen to the recording and answer the questions in the right column of the table.

Focusing on IELTS: Listening and Speaking Skills

General Training Practice Tests with key + Audio CD Pack Academic Practice Tests with key + Audio CD Pack

9781420230215 9781420230222

Listening

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IELTS Foundation

Key features

IELTS BANDS 4 to 5.5 Rachael Roberts, Joanne Gakonga and Andrew Preshous

IELTS Foundation Study Skills IELTS IELTSBANDS BANDS44to to66 Rachael Roberts, Joanne Gakonga, Amanda French and Andrew Preshous

Key features – Academic Modules

Reading • Material written for a non-specialist audience Writing • Report writing (describing and explaining data) • Essay writing (discussing issues and constructing arguments)

Reading • Material encountered in an English-speaking country Writing • Letter writing (requesting information and explaining situations) • Essay writing (responding to a point of view or problem) IELTS Foundation (Academic Modules) Study Skills Pack 9781405017220

IELTS BANDS 5.5 to 7.5

IELTS Graduation is a motivating and comprehensive course for students preparing to take the International English Language Testing System examination. Aimed at those in the IELTS band of 5.5 and above, this topic-based book will train students in the skills required to increase their IELTS score. It provides clear and practical information on the IELTS examination, as well as teaching them the skills required to excel in each of the academic modules.

Features of the Student’s book

10 topic-based units Strategy boxes and Tip boxes offer suggestions for how to tackle the various IELTS tasks Exam information boxes provide students with detailed advice on what to expect in each section of the exam Extensive writing practice provides thorough support for Writing Tasks 1 and 2, with model answers for each question Language focus sections deal with grammar and vocabulary needed by IELTS students at this level Pronunciation sections build students’ confidence for the Speaking and Listening modules Study skills sections at the end of each unit give advice on independent study Regular Dictionary focus boxes encourage students to broaden their vocabulary whilst studying

Mark Allen

Debra Powell

Dickie Dolby

IELTS Graduation Student’s Book

Allen Powell

Course components

Student’s Book Study Skills Book and Audio CD Teacher’s Book Class Audio CDs

Dolby

A comprehensive course for students aiming for an IELTS score between 5.5 and 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 score.

IELTS Graduation

• Regular pronunciation development sections • Exam information and ‘strategy boxes’ • Study skills sections containing advice on studying independently • • • • Model answers for each writing task, along with • • useful comments • • Regular ‘Dictionary Focus’ boxes to•• broaden students’ vocabulary range • Additional photocopiable class tasks, extra study tasks and sample writing answers available in the Teacher’s Book

Student’s Book

Mark Allen, Debra Powell and Dickie Dolby

Key features

IELTS Foundation (General Modules) Study Skills Pack 9781405082013

IELTS Graduation

IELTS Graduation

IELTS Graduation Student’s Book Teacher’s Book Class Audio CDs

9781405013925 9781405013956 9781405013970

Key features – General Modules

A set of easy-to-use self-study books for students aiming for IELTS bands 4–6. They provide clear and practical information on the exam and develop the skills students need to succeed in both the general and academic module. This is the perfect complement to IELTS Foundation. The listening and speaking sections are the same for each book and each contains a full IELTS practice exam.

IELTS Foundation Student’s Book Teacher’s Book Class Audio CDs

EXAMS

Written by teachers with extensive experience of lower-level IELTS students, IELTS Foundation provides a complete package for students who are training towards bands 4–5.5. This accessible course is built on classroom-tested material so students can be confident of a focused route through exam training.

• Strategy and tip boxes offer suggestions on how to tackle IELTS tests • Exam information boxes give detailed advice on what to expect from each section of the exam • Each unit contains a Study Skills section for help with independent studying • The Teacher’s Book comes complete with answer key, recording scripts, sample writing answers, photocopiables and advice on coping with the exam

I S B N 978-1-4050-8075-0

9

781405 080750

9781405080750 9781405080798 9781405080804

IELTS Graduation Study Skills IELTS BANDS 5.5 to 7.5 Charlie Martineau and Jane Short

Key features

• Full IELTS practice exam • Extra Audio CD for further listening practice IELTS Graduation Study Skills Study Skills Pack 9781405080781

This can be used either as a workbook for the classroom to supplement the Student’s Book or as a stand-alone self-study book. Because we understand that the best way to succeed is through practice, this workbook provides even more practice of the tasks and question types students will face in the exam.

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Improve Your IELTS Skills Series IELTS BANDS 4.5 to 7.5 Sam McCarter, Norman Whitby and Barry Cusack

EXAMS

Aimed at students between bands 4.5 and 7.5, this popular series of three books covers academic reading, academic writing, and listening and speaking. The courses develop all the skills required by students in order to improve their IELTS score. Used as either a complete course or to target specific skills, they can also be used to supplement another course.

Key features • • • •

Step-by-step guidance makes this series ideal for self-study Technique boxes reinforce how to approach key tasks used in the IELTS exam 140 minutes of listening and pronunciation practice on the Listening and Speaking Skills Audio CD Practice tests at the end of each unit

Improve Your IELTS Listening & Speaking Skills Improve Your IELTS Reading Skills Improve Your IELTS Writing Skills

9780230009486 9780230009455 9780230009448

Tips for IELTS

SEE ALSO Macmillan Practice Online – Advanced Academic English with IELTS below Testbuilder Series p 33 Language Practice Series p 42

Key features

• Lists of ‘Golden Rules’ on how to approach each skill • Tips on how to self-test in preparation for the exam • Photocopiable skills checklists to monitor progress

ALL IELTS BANDS Sam McCarter

A must-have for all IELTS candidates!

Tips for IELTS

9781405096164

This slim, definitive book is packed full of everything a student needs to know about the IELTS exam. There are hints on how to tackle questions for each of the four skills sections, strategies on how to increase speed and accuracy and on what common mistakes to avoid, and useful language to be aware of and to employ. It is also the perfect reference tool for teachers wishing to develop students’ speed, accuracy and exam techniques.

Macmillan Exam Practice Online www.macmillanpracticeonline.com

Exams covered: PET, FCE, CAE, CPE, IELTS, TOEIC®, TOEFL®. Macmillan Exam Practice Online courses are the ideal way to support students’ exam preparation. Each course contains between 100 and 200 interactive resources, which cover the sections of each exam and closely reflect its style, allowing students to become familiar with the test while improving their skills and building their confidence. Exercises are automatically marked, letting students see where they need more practice, and allowing teachers to monitor their progress. A full range of other courses are also available, covering general and academic English, as well as to accompany Macmillan print coursebooks. For a full list of available courses and for more information see p 9.

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Macmillan Test Maker Your essential online testing toolkit

Key features • • • • • •

A library of over 1,400 resources, containing more than 10,000 questions in total High-quality materials covering grammar, listening and vocabulary skills, all written by top ELT authors Exam preparation resources covering IELTS, TOEIC®, TOEFL® and the Cambridge suite of exams Pre-built tests from beginner to advanced level, which can also be adapted, re-used and shared with colleagues Automatic marking and question-by-question feedback, which saves time for busy teachers and helps students to learn from their errors Messaging tool for teachers to send feedback and study tips to their students

Students can see at a glance and access directly all the tests assigned to them.

Students can see their marks and detailed feedback on their answers once the test has been completed or at a date established by the teacher.

NEW LOOK

EXAMS

Macmillan Test Maker is an innovative online testing tool which enables English teachers to build and set unlimited online tests at the click of a mouse. Resources include language, listening, and vocabulary activities based on a range of engaging topics. Teachers can use one of the pre-built tests or create their own from the easily searchable library, and assign it to their learners. Teachers can decide when their learners take tests, how long they have to complete them and whether they can access the dictionary during the test. Available in British and American English, with over 1,400 resources and 10,000 questions at six levels, it’s the ultimate test-building tool.

Teachers can use the messaging tool to send students feedback and study tips

Choose whether students have access to the dictionary

For more information, visit our website at www.macmillantestmaker.com

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Language Practice Series A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

ELEMENTARY TO ADVANCED Michael Vince

NEW FOR 2011 IELTS Language Practice

NEW

Michael Vince with Amanda French

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 contextualise words and phrases, and a variety of exercise types to provide plenty of practice.

SKILLS, GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY Language Practice Series

p 42

Destination Series

p 43

Speaking of Speech

p 43

English Wordbuilder

p 43

English Reading & Comprehension p 43

Effective Reading

p 44

Reading Keys

p 44

Sentence Writing

p 45

Writing in Paragraphs

p 45

Academic Writing

p 45

Learning to Listen

p 45

People Like Us

p 45

This is the ideal accompaniment for any IELTS student or preparation class.

Key features

• Targets key topic and language areas for students preparing for the IELTS exam • Lexico-grammatical ‘words and phrases’ units tackle areas of particular difficulty for students

Language Practice Series An in-depth, detailed approach to English grammar and vocabulary, each title in the series is a combination of two books, with grammar presented clearly 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. This very popular and reliable series has recently been updated and is ideal for classroom work or independent study.

Key features of the series

• Regular consolidation units check students’ understanding of the grammar and vocabulary points presented • Relevant exam-style exercises for the appropriate level • Special focus on word building, collocations and phrasal verbs as well as other problem areas of grammar • Full colour to engage and enthuse students • Advanced and FCE levels now fully updated to incorporate changes to Cambridge exams • CD-ROM included for added computer-based practice – ideal for self-study (not IELTS Language Practice)

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive CD-ROM

IELTS Language Practice Student’s Book With Key 9780230410565 Elementary Language Practice + CD-ROM Pack With Key 9780230726963 Without Key 9780230726970 Intermediate Language Practice + CD-ROM Pack With Key 9780230727014 Without Key 9780230727021 First Certificate Language Practice + CD-ROM Pack With Key 9780230727113 Without Key 9780230727120 Advanced Language Practice + CD-ROM Pack With Key 9780230727069 Without Key 9780230727076

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IELTS style tasks

Language and vocabulary build-up

SEE ALSO Macmillan Test Maker

p 41

IELTS Language Practice


B1

Vocabulary is the ideal grammar or all students preparing to take any B2 E.

al and lexical syllabus based on the ncil of Europe’s Common European

n and consolidation, with reviews and

B2 Destination Grammar and B1

Grammar & Vocabulary with Answer Key

A1

the complete overprinted answer key revision tests

ISBN 1-4050-9488-5

9 781405 094887

Malcolm Mann Steve Taylore-Knowles

ook,

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED Malcolm Mann and Steve Taylore-Knowles

ncluding irregular verbs, glossary, phrasations, word patterns, word formation

Edition,

Vocabulary Series

Grammar & Vocabulary

ar and vocabulary presentation tables

mmar and vocabulary presented

es, including those found in FCE Use

Destination Destination

Malcolm Mann Steve Taylore-Knowles

A reliable, three-level series focusing on vocabulary and grammar, ideal for students at intermediate, upper intermediate or advanced level. The syllabuses are based on the B1, B2, C1 & C2 levels of the Council of Europe Framework and exercises are geared towards tasks for the relevant exam at each level.

Key features

• At higher levels there is a strong emphasis on revision and consolidation with regular reviews and tests • Useful reference sections present irregular verbs, phrasal verbs, patterns and collocations • Available with or without answer key Destination B1 Student’s Book + Key Student’s Book - Key Destination B2 Student’s Book + Key Student’s Book - Key Destination C1 & C2 Student’s Book + Key Student’s Book - Key

Destination B1 – ideal for students preparing for Cambridge PET Destination B2 – ideal for students preparing for Cambridge FCE or IELTS band 5 Destination C1 & C2 – ideal for students preparing for Cambridge CAE, CPE or higher IELTS bands

Speaking of Speech New Edition

A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

BEGINNER TO PRE-INTERMEDIATE David Harrington and Charles LeBeau

Helping students make quick, visible improvements and gain confidence, Speaking of Speech follows a step-by-step approach to making speeches and giving presentations. The new edition includes all the great features of the first edition but now includes a DVD with detailed instruction and examples of proper use of visual aids.

9780230035362 9780230035379 9780230035386 9780230035393 9780230035409 9780230035416

SKILLS, GRAMMAR & VOCABULARY

mmar and vocabulary units

Destination B1

tion

ocabulary

Key features

• A clear six-step approach systematically builds learners’ skills • Student DVD featuring eight model speeches • Advice on creating slides and doing presentations using computer software • A variety of activity-based tasks keep students involved Speaking of Speech New Edition Student Book + DVD Pack Teacher’s Guide + CD Pack

9780230726017 9780230726024

The Heinemann ELT English Wordbuilder

A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

UPPER INTERMEDIATE Guy Wellman

The Heinemann ELT Wordbuilder

9780435285562

60 units of vocabulary in context, presented through a variety of games, reading texts, dialogues and diagrams.

English Reading and Comprehension A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

LOWER INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Ian Gordon

This three-level reading comprehension skills series allows practice and development of reading skills for teenagers and young adults. The wide range of text types includes informative, narrative, explanatory and persuasive styles of writing.

English Reading and Comprehension Level 1 9781405024808 Level 2 9781405024815 Level 3 9781405024822 Teacher’s Book all levels 9781405028196

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Effective Reading SKILLS, GRAMMAR & VOCABULARY

A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

ELEMENTARY TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Amanda French, Chris Gough, Jackie McAvoy, Scott Miles

Enabling students to become confident and fluent readers, this four-level series takes students from elementary to upper intermediate level. It draws on research into what creates good readers and actively addresses the needs of both learners and teachers of reading.

Key features • • • •

12 topic-based units per level that feature varied and highly motivating reading texts A focus on intensive and extensive reading, with a complete short story per level Varied pages for each unit enabling ongoing evaluation of learners’ progress Downloadable Teacher’s Notes plus dictionary work and extensive reading practice file from www.macmillanenglish.com/skills American English version available

Effective Reading Elementary / 1 Pre-intermediate / 2 Intermediate / 3 Upper Intermediate / 4

Visit www.macmillanenglish. com/essentialreading

Reading Keys

A1

A2

B1+

B2

C1

C2

ELEMENTARY TO INTERMEDIATE Miles Craven

9780230029149 9780230029156 9780230029163 9780230029170

American English

Reading Keys, for adult and young adult learners of American English, contains 16 topicbased units organised into eight themes. Texts can be selected by topic, genre, reading skill or vocabulary skill. Extra activity sheets, key skills worksheets and a wordlist at the back of the Student’s Book complete this comprehensive reading course.

Key features • • • • • •

New edition with vocabulary linked to the Macmillan English Dictionary red words Additional vocabulary activities, for example, collocations Test Generator CD-ROM with customisable tests Engaging texts from a variety of sources including Macmillan Readers encourage extensive reading Spotlight on grammar sections Accompanying website with printable activities, audio recordings and weblinks related to themes in the series – www.macmillanenglish.com/readingkeys

Students are led into the unit topic with visuals and background information

New words and vocabulary are introduced and practised

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Resource site www.macmillanenglish.com/ reading keys

44

level 1 Student’s Book level 2 Student’s Book level 3 Student’s Book All levels Teacher’s File with Test Generator CD-ROM Pack

9780230724778 9780230724815

Students are encouraged to time themselves and record their reading speed

9780230724853 9780230724808

Reading Keys 2


Sentence Writing

Key features

Sentence Writing Student’s Book Teacher’s Book

A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

American English

C2

BEGINNER TO HIGH BEGINNER Dorothy Zemach

Sentence Writing introduces students to the most common and useful structures in basic written English. Each unit introduces relevant vocabulary and culminates with an enjoyable writing activity that takes students through the steps of the writing process: brainstorming ideas, arranging ideas with the help of a graphic organiser, writing a short text, and sharing the finished product with classmates.

9780230716940 9780230716957 Writing in Paragraphs final

Writing in Paragraphs

Key features

• Support to help with brainstorming, organising ideas, writing topic sentences, and supporting ideas • Language support to help with vocabulary, grammar and punctuation • Guidance on reviewing personal and classmates’ writing • Structured, graded writing assignments at the end of each unit Writing in Paragraphs Student’s Book

9781405095860

Paragraph Writing Student’s Book Teacher’s Book

9781405058452 9781405058469

A1

College Writing Student’s Book Teacher’s Book

9780333988534 9780333988541

B2

C1

A2

Academic Writing A1

A2

B1+

B2

C1

C2

INTERMEDIATE Dorothy Zemach and Lisa Rumisek

Academic Writing has been written for intermediate-level students who are preparing to study, or are already studying, 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.

B1+

B2

C1

People Like Us

A1

C2

ELEMENTARY TO INTERMEDIATE Lin Lougheed

American English

Learning to Listen Student’s Book Teacher’s Book Audio CD

An engaging topic-based course offering practical TOEIC®- and TOEFL®-style test practice. level 1 9780333988855 9780333988862 9781405010399

Carlos Islam

This course is also available in an American English edition, College Writing.

A1

Dorothy E Zemach

The course is also available in an American English edition, Paragraph Writing.

Learning to Listen

Page 1

Writing in Paragraphs

C2

Writing in Paragraphs takes students from sentence formation to paragraph writing through a process approach. This not only develops students’ paragraph writing skills, but also encourages them to become independent and creative writers. The back of the Student’s Book contains peer review forms and a grammar reference section.

• Work on how to generate ideas, organise material, draft, review and revise written work • Additional sample and reference materials at back of the book • Essay development models • Punctuation guide • Ideal for the classroom or self-study

9781405086066

B1

2:13 pm

PRE-INTERMEDIATE Dorothy Zemach and Carlos Islam

Key features

Academic Writing Student’s Book

A2

19/10/05

SKILLS, GRAMMAR & VOCABULARY

• Clear explanations and carefully guided practice of the most common sentence patterns in English • Extensive practice of the verb tenses most useful for beginning writers • Thematically related vocabulary to enable students to express themselves on interesting and relevant topics • Practice with common punctuation and spelling rules

level 2 9780333988886 9780333988893 9781405010405

level 3 9780333988916 9780333988923 9781405010412

A2

B1

B1+

C1

C2

PRE-INTERMEDIATE TO INTERMEDIATE Simon Greenall American English

People Like Us Student’s Book Teacher’s Book Audio CD

An integrated skills course that explores cultural values and attitudes.

9780333974476 9780333974483 9780333974506

People Like Us, Too Student’s Book 9780333974513 Teacher’s Book 9780333974520 Audio CDs 9780333974544

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The Business A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

PRE-INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED John Allison, Rachel Appleby, Edward de Chazal, Paul Emmerson, Marie Kavanagh, Karen Richardson, John Sydes and Jeremy Townend

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive DVD-ROM Enhanced DVD Resource site – see p 6

www.businessenglishonline.net

The next generation in business English The Business is a bold, blended and stimulating, four-level course that provides an inclusive package for any student of business English, though particularly suited to those at college or university.

BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL ENGLISH The Business

p 46

In Company

p 48

Meetings in English

p 50

Networking in English

p 50

Presentations in English

p 50

Email English

p 51

The course has been developed from detailed research into business-related degree courses in leading European institutions, making the modules and topics relevant to anyone studying or working in business English.

Student’s Book

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 • Full writing module and case study per unit • Speaking sections cover all relevant business communication skills such as giving presentations, handling negotiations and communicating in meetings • Internet research boxes provide a context for extra study • Wordlists, grammar reference, and extensive grammar and vocabulary practice material • DVD-ROM included

DVD-ROM

Telephone English

p 51

Get Ready for Business

p 51

Business Vocabulary Builders

p 52

Business Grammar Builders

p 52

Business English Handbook

p 53

Business Builder

p 53

Basic and Survival English

p 53

International English for Call Centres

p 53

English for Law Enforcement

p 54

The unique DVD-ROM comes as part of the Student’s Book and provides over 4GB of extra study material, making it ideal for self-study, or as an option for introducing digital media to your classes. The units match those of the Student’s Book and each contains a video that features business situations, adding a visual framework to the elements learnt throughout the course.

The Business Pre-intermediate DVD-ROM

Campaign English for the Military p 54

Aviation English

p 55

Check Your Aviation English

p 55

46

Key features of the DVD-ROM • Videos show language in a contextualised and attractive way • Four problem-solving activities, ‘Business Dilemmas’, test the target language and the students’ business sense • Tests every two units to review progress • As students work through the DVD-ROM they have the opportunity to ‘get promoted’ • Business documents (letters, invoices, CVs etc) provide models for the students • Class audio recordings for the Student’s Book available as mp3 downloads, together with rolling scripts


The BusinessNEW Plays on DVD, PC and Mac With video activities Includes practice tests

Video and Resource DVD

BUSINESS ENGLISH

A practical and convenient extra for teachers of all levels of The Business. This works straight from a DVD player to instantly show Student’s Book video material or as a resource bank when used in a computer. As well as the video, the resources include teacher’s notes, progress tests, podcasts, powerpoints, new video worksheets and much more. For more information, go to www.macmillanenglish.com/business

Teacher’s Book

The Teacher’s Book really provides two books in one: the teacher’s notes, and photocopiables. It gives suggestions for lead-in and extension activities to suit lower- or higher-level classes.

Website

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. www.businessenglishonline.net Relevant and realistic texts

Business skills are developed alongside the language

Case studies provide real-life situations to engage students

Internet research boxes provide a basis for extra study and research The Business Student’s Book + DVD-ROM Pack Teacher’s Book Class Audio CD Video and Resource DVD

pre-intermediate 9780230021563 9780230021570 9780230021587 all levels

intermediate 9781405083690 9781405081863 9781405081849 9780230418691

upper intermediate 9781405083713 9781405081948 9781405081924

SEE ALSO advanced 9780230021518 9780230021525 9780230021532

Meetings in English p 50 Business Grammar Builder p 52 Business English Handbook p 53 Business English Practice Online p 9

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In Company Second Edition A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

BUSINESS ENGLISH

ELEMENTARY TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Mark Powell, Simon Clarke with Pete Sharma

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive CD-ROM

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.

Resource site – see p 6 www.businessenglishonline.net

Macmillan Practice Online – see p 9 www.macmillanpracticeonline.com

The Second Edition builds on the success of the original and, responding to feedback, we have introduced: • • • • •

More case studies (Student’s Book) Clearly defined topic- and skills-based units (Student’s Book) A variety of global accents (Class Audio) Tips for 1:1 teaching (Teacher’s Book) Interactive glossary and class audio as an mp3 download (Student’s Book CD-ROM)

For Students

In Company recognises that students need to go beyond talking about their work in English – they need English skills that are immediately transferable to their day-to-day routine. • Each lesson is a stand-alone, fast-track unit to competence in a particular skill that business professionals will meet in their everyday working life • Topics and texts have been chosen to involve, entertain and provoke students into lively discussion, as well as to contextualise key target language • Real-world tasks encourage learners to draw on their own experiences at work • Grammar is introduced in a practical business context and is now incorporated into the relevant unit • Five case studies provide a challenge to students and allow them to use the language and lexis they have learnt in a more independent and creative way

For Teachers

More than just a teacher’s book, the In Company Teacher’s Book provides a further 20 hours of teaching material through photocopiable worksheets and teaching notes, and gives a clear layout of what is to come in each unit. The Teacher’s Book also now addresses how to adapt the material for 1:1 situations. Teachers are also supported by a host of free online materials from www.businessenglishonline.net • Quick and easy lessons for busy teachers – regular eLessons delivered straight to your inbox • Wordlists, photocopiable worksheets, answer keys, listening scripts, progress tests and web guides are available for download

Digital

Reflecting the modern and fast-moving corporate world, In Company represents the perfect blended learning course.

Student’s Book CD-ROM

• The Student’s Book comes with an interactive workbook in the form of a CD-ROM • Ideal for business professionals who are constantly on the move • Linked in topic and language to the Student’s Book, it provides further grammar and lexis practice • Class Audio is available as an mp3 download so students have constant access to listening activities • Interactive glossary makes an ideal on-the-go reference compendium of vocabulary In Company 2nd Edition Intermediate CD-ROM

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Topic- and skills-based units reflect the needs of professional business English learners

Use of authentic texts encourages discussion

BUSINESS ENGLISH

Quotes from relevant texts provide interesting unit openers

Discussion topics encourage students to draw on their own experience

Use of English – relevant and contextualised

In Company 2nd Edition Pre-intermediate Student’s Book

In Company Case Studies John Allison with 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 NEW LOOK

In Company Practice Online In Company and In Company 2nd Edition Practice Online offer flexible and affordable 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. For more information, visit www.macmillanpracticeonline.com/incompany

SEE ALSO In Company – New Edition Student’s Book + CD-ROM Pack Teacher’s Book Class Audio CDs Case Studies Pack

elementary 9780230717091 9780230717107 9780230717114 all levels

pre-intermediate 9780230717190 9780230717206 9780230717213 9780230717060

intermediate 9780230717145 9780230717152 9780230717169

upper intermediate 9780230717244 9780230717251 9780230717268

Networking in English p 50 Business Vocabulary Builder Business English Handbook Business English Practice Online p 9

p 52 p 53

49


king in English focuses on the factors that make a good er/communicator:

g appropriate functional expressions in common social ns,

ng the vocabulary to speak about a range of topics,

g reasonably accurate grammar to get your message

g able to listen to fast speech and understand a variety nts,

ng effective conversations which build rapport and understanding,

Meetings in English

king in English is for anyone who finds it hard to right words’ when communicating informally in the ce. This course not only deals with survival English for r small talk, but also the interpersonal strategies used native speaker communicators.

Meetings in English

Bryan Stephens

Meetings in English

idering social etiquette and being sensitive when nicating with different cultures.

source website with business English material at:

usinessenglishonline.net

author

Bryan Stephens …

Use your Macmillan English Dictionary with this book.

Bryan Stephens

BUSINESS ENGLISH

nt needs analysis at the start of the book allows each to follow the book in a tailor-made fashion, prioritising erial most relevant to their needs.

Be effective in international meetings

I S B N 978-0-2304-0192-1

9

INCLUDES AUDIO CD

780230 401921

08/06/2010 14:25

Meetings in English (+ CD) 9780230401921

A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

NEW

C2

PRE-INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Bryan Stephens

Get confidence and build strategies for successful meetings in English – from planning a meeting to video-conferencing! Meetings in English tackles communication skills for a wide range of meeting contexts and is the latest instalment in our Business Skills Series. A self-contained Book and Audio CD pack, this is ideal for use in the business English classroom as supplementary or intensive material or as a self-study manual.

Key features • • • • • •

Systematic coverage of all stages from planning meetings to follow-up action Strong focus on the language of meetings plus coverage of networking skills before and after meetings Specific strategies for teleconferencing and video-conferencing Case study scenarios Intercultural meeting situations Answer key at the back of the book

Networking in English A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

PRE-INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Barney Barrett and Pete Sharma

Networking in English is for anyone who finds it hard to find the right words when communicating informally in the workplace. It is a practical, engaging and easy-to-use book that will build confidence in a difficult area. It focuses on the factors that make a good socialiser/communicator: using appropriate functional expressions in common social situations; having effective conversations which build rapport and mutual understanding; considering social etiquette and being sensitive when communicating with different cultures. Suitable for the classroom or for self-study. Networking in English (+ CD) 9780230732506

Presentations in English

Erica J. Williams

Presentations

in English

Erica J Williams

Find your voice as

Key features

• All language is contextualised by the six characters that appear throughout the book and provide a range of voices and personality types • Speakers are both native and non-native to familiarise students with the global corporate market • Cultural and networking tips provide extra support and background information • 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 personalise the material and store the phrases most relevant to them

Presentations in English A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED Erica J. Williams

Presentations in English is the ideal choice for anyone needing to make presentations in English, either for business or for academic purposes. The flexible seven-step approach helps students find their voice and develop their own unique presentation style. Suitable for the classroom or for self-study.

a presenter

Key features INCLUDES DVD

Presentations in English (+ DVD) 9780230028784

50

• Can be studied progressively or dipped into for specific skills and language • Presents language, advice, and a range of powerful, up-to-date presentation techniques • The DVD follows the progress of real students and offers insights into their learning, models to follow, and opportunities for analysis • Teacher’s Notes are available from www.businessenglishonline.net


Email English A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Paul Emmerson

Key features

• Free downloadable worksheets, written especially for the course, are available from www.businessenglishonline.net • Phrase bank, organised by function, is a useful reference resource • Explanation of the appropriate use of formal and informal language in emails • A variety of exercise types and a range of topics ensure full understanding and language development

Email English

9781405012942

BUSINESS ENGLISH

Email English is a course for students of general and business English who need to write effective and convincing emails. It develops language skills and inspires confidence, as well as providing invaluable reference material. Suitable for the classroom or for self-study.

Telephone English A1

A2

B1+

B2

C1

C2

PRE-INTERMEDIATE TO INTERMEDIATE John Hughes

Telephone English trains students to use the telephone confidently and effectively in the course of their work. In addition to teaching language common to all business phone calls, Telephone English prepares students for dealing with specific situations in the business context in which they operate. Suitable for the classroom or for self-study.

Key features

• • • •

Trains students in sounding friendly and polite, making small talk, and the importance of register Focuses on the conventions of making phone calls in the English-speaking world The accompanying Audio CD allows students to work independently as well as in the classroom The Phrase Bank provides students with a quick and practical reference to support them

Get Ready for Business A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

NEW American English

C2

HIGH BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE Andrew Vaughan and Dorothy E. Zemach

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.

Telephone English (+ Audio CD) 9781405082211

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Resource site –

www.macmillanenglish.com/ getreadyforbusiness

Key features • • • • •

Carefully graded materials that do not assume students are familiar with the world of work A focus on developing listening and speaking skills in business situations Set in a workplace context with characters students can relate to Viewpoints sections in which a variety of speakers talk about aspects of culture and business Ongoing project tasks that allow students to use the language studied to develop their own professional and company profile • Optional TOEIC® test-type practice page for each unit • A supportive Teacher’s Book with expansion ideas, tests and supplementary photocopiable activities Get Ready for Business Student’s Book Teacher’s Book Class Audio CD

level 1 9780230039797 9780230039810 9780230717725

level 2 9780230039858 9780230039872 9780230717732

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Essential Business Vocabulary Builder A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

BUSINESS ENGLISH

PRE-INTERMEDIATE TO INTERMEDIATE Paul Emmerson

NEW

The Macmillan Business Grammar and Vocabulary Series is ideal for creating a tailored and focused business English course, as a supplement to a coursebook or for independent study. The Business Vocabulary Builders are intended as companions to the two Business Grammar Builders by the same author, Paul Emmerson. NEW Essential Business Vocabulary Builder (+ Audio CD) 9780230407619

Essential Business Vocabulary Builder is designed to help business English students enrich and expand their vocabulary, allowing them to express themselves more fluently and confidently in a professional context. The first half of the book is devoted to business vocabulary and practice, the second half to skills work.

Key features • Visuals, especially organigrams, structure the material and make it instantly accessible • Audio CD features interviews with real business people and has accompanying exercises in the book

Business Vocabulary Builder A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Paul Emmerson

For self-study or for the classroom, Business Vocabulary Builder is the higher level sequel to Essential Business Vocabulary Builder. The first part of the book focuses on business language input while the second part is dedicated to professional communication skills.

Key features Business Vocabulary Builder (+ Audio CD) 9780230716841

• New vocabulary is grouped according to topic • Accompanying Audio CD provides essential listening practice and extension activities, and features real international business people • Listening script at the back of the book • Introduces language for telephoning, emailing, report writing and conferences

Business Grammar Builder and Essential Business Grammar Builder A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

PRE-INTERMEDIATE TO INTERMEDIATE INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Paul Emmerson

This two-level series of grammar reference books is aimed at professional adults or business students who need to maintain and practise their English in a business context. Now in its second edition, Business Grammar Builder has been updated and refreshed for the ever-changing business market. What’s new in the Second Edition • Format – one page of input and three pages of practice • Practice activities are presented in both high-context and low-context situations • Exercises now include translation activities and open-ended production tasks

Key features of the series

Business Grammar Builder - 2nd edition (+ Audio CD) 9780230732544 Essential Business Grammar Builder (+ Audio CD) 9781405070485

52

• Authentic extracts from Newsweek, The Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal and CNN provide examples in a business context • Self-administered tests allow students to check their own progress • Excellent preparation for business exams such as BEC and BULATS (Business Grammar Builder) • Appendices cover grammar and vocabulary difficulties and offer a guide to differences between British and American English (Business Grammar Builder)


Business English Handbook A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

UPPER INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED Paul Emmerson

Key features • • • •

Offers just the right degree of challenge for high-level learners Mind maps make vocabulary input lively, accessible and memorable The Audio CD features listening activities based on authentic interviews with leading business people Answer key, full listening scripts, and web references for further research are included

Business Builder A1

A2

B2

B1+

C1

Business English Handbook (+ Audio CD) 9781405086059

BUSINESS ENGLISH

This is a comprehensive and challenging book for learners of business English. For self-study or for the classroom, this is the definitive companion for high-level business English students.

1–3: Social English, Telephoning, Job Interviews 4–6: Discussions and Meetings, Business Correspondence, Report Writing 7–9: Presentations, Company Product and Customer Relations, Negotiations

C2

INTERMEDIATE Paul Emmerson

An absolute must-have for any teacher of business English, this photocopiable resource pack series provides excellent material for the business English classroom.

Key features • Each photocopiable lesson provides a wide variety of communicative business activities • Full teacher’s notes with tips, ideas and cultural hints are included to accompany each lesson • Personalisation activities show learners how to use the target language in their everyday lives

modules 1, 2, 3 9780333990940 modules 4, 5, 6 9780333990957 modules 7, 8, 9 9780333990964

Basic Survival and Survival English A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

HIGH BEGINNER TO PRE-INTERMEDIATE Peter Viney

New edition

The Survival series is for professional adults who need basic English to survive in their work and travel. Each one-page lesson depicts an authentic situation that learners might encounter when working internationally.

Practical communication activities are directly transferable to the professional world ‘Culture Files’ build on the topic and language from each lesson Teacher’s Guide includes photocopiable tests with answer keys Bilingual wordlists to accompany the course available from www.businessenglishonline.net Basic Survival 9781405003933 9781405003940

Survival English 9781405003841 9781405003858

Teacher’s Guide Class Audio CDs

Basic Survival 9781405003957 9781405003971

SOCIALIZING FOOD&DRINK HOTELS COMMUNICATIONS TRAVEL BUSINESS

PETER VINEY

Survival English 9781405003865 9781405003889

International English for Call Centres Barry Tomalin and Suhashini Thomas

NEW 9

Student’s Book Practice Book

ENGLISH International Communication for Professional People

Key features • • • •

SURVIVAL

o

Written in a lively and personal style, International English for Call Centres uses examples from real-life situations to illustrate the communication problems experienced by UK customers and overseas call centre staff. The authors offer solutions and detailed advice and practice on how to improve communication along with resources to improve English language skills and knowledge of life in the UK.

Awar Winnerd

Key features

• Award-winning – highly commended at the ESU English Language Book Awards 2009 • Shows how to probe cultural references you don’t understand and build empathy with people

International English for Call Centres 9780230638969

53


A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

o Awar Winnerd

C2

BUSINESS ENGLISH

PRE-INTERMEDIATE TO INTERMEDIATE Charles Boyle and Ileana Chersan

2009

English for Law Enforcement

The David Riley Award For Innovation In Business English And ESP

The latest addition to the Campaign suite of titles, this course is designed to meet the needs of law enforcement personnel, from customs officers to gendarmes and police. Topics and texts have been carefully selected from a variety of law enforcement contexts and all content has been verified by law enforcement officers from all over the globe, including Germany, Spain and the UK. English for Law Enforcement covers the full range of essential law enforcement situations including vehicle identification, stop and search, crowd control and issuing statements.

MACMILLAN DIGITAL

Key features

• Accompanying CD-ROM provides additional grammar and vocabulary practice, and an intensive workout of situational language in context • Ideal for independent or classroom study • The Teacher’s Book provides detailed background information for those less familiar with the law enforcement world • Self-study resources available from the website – www.macmillanenglish.com/ englishforlawenforcement

Interactive CD-ROM Resource site – see p 6 www.macmillanenglish.com/ englishforlawenforcement

English for Law Enforcement Student’s Book + CD-ROM Pack Teacher’s Book Class Audio CD

9780230732582 9780230732575 9780230405264

SEE ALSO ESP Bank www.onestopenglish.com

Campaign English for the Military A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

p7

o Awar Winnerd

C2

ELEMENTARY TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Simon Mellor-Clark, Yvonne Baker de Altamirano, Randy Walden, Nicola King and Charles Boyle

Campaign English for the Military is an award-winning three-level course that meets the English language needs of military personnel on international operations, such as peacekeeping, humanitarian assistance, and training exercises. Each of the three levels contains around 200 hours of teaching material and works to NATO’s STANAG 6001 system of levels. The three levels can take students from a false beginner/elementary level to a level 3 on the NATO STANAG scale (equivalent to The Council of Europe’s Threshold level or upper intermediate on CEF).

Key features

• Practical, skills-based approach ensures learners are quickly operational in the target language • Topics are drawn from authentic international military contexts including NATO and the UN • ‘World English’ boxes highlight and demonstrate the differences in vocabulary and lexis in different English-speaking countries • ‘Off-duty’ sections in each unit focus on everyday English and non-military situations which personnel would experience on a foreign posting • Teacher’s Book provides support for those with little military experience

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Resource site – see p 6 www.campaignmilitaryenglish.com

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The Macmillan English Dictionary is specially designed to help learners to understand English, use English and be more aware of how English works. The many features include: • Menus to take students straight to the right meaning • Coverage of MEDUKM subject-specific vocabulary, World English and encyclopedic information BLOOMSBURY MED $$IW Page  MACMILLAN DIGITAL MEDUKM7102 • Clear definitions, using the most common words • Collocation and metaphor boxes, along with usage notes on style, grammar IW6 Improve your Writing Skills Comparing and Contrasting .................................................................................................................................... Interactive CD-ROM and varieties of English Note that same can also be used as a pronoun: 1.4. Using the adverbs similarly, likewise, The rules are almost the same as for domestic operaand in the same way • Vocabulary-building sections tions. Resource site – see p 6 You can use the adverbs similarly, likewise, and in • the Language pages on idioms, pragmatics, word formation and much more In all but a few minor respects, the privileges of the the same way to show that points, ideas, Awareness or situtwowww.macmillandictionaries.com Houses of Parliament are the same. ations that you are comparing are alike. They are often A complete of unique, carefully researched materials based on a detailed used to modify the whole•sentence and, in that package case, are used at the beginning of a sentence, followed by a Get it right: same analysis of learners’ own writing. Full-page writing sections and ‘Get it right’ boxes comma: Same Online never comes edition after a: One-parent families may come aboutstudents because of death, help to become more confident writers in academic and professional ✗ Women still have to work twice as hard as men for a www.macmillandictionary.com divorce or separation in a two parent family. Simisame salary. larly, a one-parent family situations. may become a two-parent This material has been created following a two-year collaboration with � Women still have to work twice as hard as men for family through marriage or remarriage. the same salary. the Centre English Corpus Linguistics, led by Professor Sylviane Granger, at the Media theories must make the absence of state for control their cornerstone. Likewise, proposals for the reform The adjective alike is never used before a noun. It is Université catholique de Louvain in Belgium. of the media must pay due attention to it. typically used after the verbs be and look: On other issues such as education, health and social welfare the two mainstream parties are remarkably alike. Thus two individuals of different species from the same place look more alike than two individuals of the same species from different places.

Collocation Adverbs frequently used with comparable  broadly, directly, roughly The Scottish figures are not directly comparable.

Adjectives frequently used with similar  broadly, fairly, quite, remarkably, roughly, somewhat, strikingly Remarkably similar results have been obtained by studies in the United Kingdom and other countries.

Adjectives frequently used with same  essentially, exactly, much, precisely, quite, roughly

Infants as young as 6 weeks consistently show preferences for familiar faces. In the same way, infants respond preferentially to their mother’s voice compared to the voice of a stranger.

When it is used inside the sentence, in the same way is normally followed by as: Planning controls operate in rural areas in the same way as in urban areas. However, it can also be followed by that to introduce a clause: Adverbs describe verbs in the same way that adjectives describe nouns. The adverb similarly can also be used to modify an adjective: A similarly complex picture emerges from the results in the metropolitan authorities. BLOOMSBURY Note that the adverb similarly is much more frequent MED than in the same way and likewise. Academic writing Frequency per million words

They both contain exactly the same information.

1.3. Using the verbs resemble and correspond You can use the verbs resemble and correspond to show that two or more points, ideas, or situations are similar: It is possible to suggest that the two poets resemble one another. Her views on capital punishment, immigration, and the trade unions resemble those of the right-wing tabloid press. The techniques used with normal subjects give estimates that closely correspond to those derived from the clinical literature. The political weakness of these states corresponded to their economic weakness. BE CAREFUL! Many learners use the verb look like

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I asked him where he was going but he didn’t answer.  She failed to answer most of the questions that were put to her.  ‘I don’t know,’ she answered truthfully.

1.5. Using the preposition like, the  He answered that he had seen them leaving together. conjunction as, and the expression as . . . as Answer is also an noun and is used in the phrases

give an answer and in answer to: I’ll give you a You can also use the preposition like, the conjunction answer tomorrow.  He said nothing in answer .. as, and the expression as + ADJECTIVE / ADVERB + as .definite to her question, but continued staring out of the window. to describe similarities. The preposition like is used before noun phrases: 1.1 To answer someone Like many others, Berkeley objected to the complete reply to answer someone: ‘I know,’ he replied.  They materialism of Hobbes. got up and walked out before I had a chance to reply. The police, like most people, have stereotypical views  When asked where she was going, she replied that it as to the ‘typical’ criminal or delinquent. was none of their business.  I asked him how he was, The conjunction as introduces clauses. It is often preand he replied with a shrug. ceded by a comma: respond to answer something that someone says, espeThe ‘Celtic belt’ was heavily forested in those days, cially as when they have challenged or criticized you: was Italy in pre-Roman times. ‘I’m telling you it’s not true,’ Martinez responded.  ‘Is there anything you would like to do today?’ he The contexts in which they work vary, as do their asked, but she didn’t respond.  How do you respond personal and professional backgrounds. to the suggestion that this is all the government’s fault? She had left him, just as she so often threatened to do. make a response or give a response I called out He does not want opinion polls banned, as is the case to him, but he made no response.  Being an astute in Australia and some European countries. politician, she gave a careful response that completely failed to answer the question. Get it right: it

The Expand Your Vocabulary section in the centre of the dictionary – on the themes of movement, communication and emotions – helps learners to choose the right word at the right time, and to use it correctly and idiomatically. Academic writing Speech Don’t use the impersonal pronoun it in subject position Note: Reply and respond mean more or less the same look like

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humorous way: ‘Mind your own business!’ she retorted.  Democrats retorted that the plan leaves millions of poor Americans out in the cold.

answer sb back to reply rudely to someone who has more authority than you: Don’t you dare answer me back!

Those girls are always arguing.  He argues with me about everything.  We used to argue over who should drive.

To argue also means to discuss something with someone who has a different opinion from you: They are still arguing over the details of the contract.  We try to teach children to argue their ideas calmly and rationally. You can also say that people have an argument: We had a stupid argument and now he’s not speaking to me.

2.1 To argue with someone quarrel to argue: I hate quarrelling you.  They’re always quarrelling over money.

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have a quarrel We had the usual family quarrel

about who should do the washing up.  He’d had another quarrel with Jamie.

fight to disagree in an angry way about something: What are you two fighting about now?  I don’t want to fight over such a trivial matter. have a fight All teenagers have fights with their parents.

row to have a short noisy argument: My parents never

row.  We rowed constantly about everything.  He has rowed with everyone in the group.

have a row They had a row and he walked out.

 Our parents were always having rows about money.

Note: Row is used mainly in British English. bicker or squabble to argue with someone about

things that are not important: The children bickered constantly with each other.  They have been bickering for months over the leadership.  A group of boys were squabbling over the ball.  The other parties are squabbling amongst themselves.

fall out to stop being friendly with someone because

you have had a disagreement with them: Have you two fallen out?  She’s fallen out with her parents.

Note: Fall out is informal and is used in British English.

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something the matter?’ he asked gently.  ask (sb) how/what/who/why She asked me how I knew about it.  They asked whether I had any objections.

3.1 To ask someone a question

answer sth I hate it when people don’t answer my emails.  She answered an advertisement in the newspaper.

inquire or enquire to ask someone for information about something: Why don’t you telephone the theatre and inquire about tickets?  I am writing to inquire whether you have any vacancies in September.  ‘What’s for dinner?’ Brian inquired.

reply It took them a week to reply to my letter.  I wrote

demand to ask something in a very firm and angry

1.3 To answer someone in writing

many times but she never replied.  They replied that unfortunately there were no vacancies at present.

way: ‘What do you want?’ she demanded.  MPs demanded to know the reason for the delay.


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1 subject/activity 2 part of town/building 3 part of surface

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1 [ C ] a particular subject, type of activity etc :

Mathematics is a subject which has links with all other curriculum areas. � What is your main area of concern? � His particular area of expertise is engineering. 2 [ C ] a part of a city, town, country etc : Bus services in rural areas are not very good. � I went on a tour of Vancouver and the surrounding area. � +of My family has lived in this area of England for years. 2a. a part of a building, space etc used for a particular purpose : You can park only in designated areas (=places available for this purpose). � Visitors should wait in the reception area. 3 [ C ] a place on the surface of something such as a part of your body : Be sure to apply sunblock to sensitive areas of your skin. 4 area or surface area [ C / U ] MATHS the amount of space that the surface of a place or shape covers. Area is expressed in square units, such as square kilometres or square miles : The surface area of the screen should be at least one square metre. 5 the area [singular] the PENALTY AREA on a football field : He scored from the edge of the area. "area %code noun [ C ] a DIALLING CODE arena / @"ri;n@ / noun [ C ]  1 a large area that is surrounded by seats, used for sports or entertainment : a circus arena 2 the people and activities involved with a particular subject or activity : Today, businesses must be able to compete in the international arena. � Publishers must move into the electronic arena. aren’t / A;(r)nt / short form 1 the usual way of saying or writing ‘are not’. This is not often used in formal writing. : We aren’t going to Spain this year. 2 the usual way of saying or writing ‘am not’ in questions : I’m looking thinner, aren’t I? Argentine / "A;(r)dZ@ntaIn / adj see Nationalities table Argentinian / %A;(r)dZ@n"tIni@n / noun [ C ] see Nationalities table argon / "A;(r)gQn / noun [ U ] CHEMISTRY a gas that is in the air and that does not produce a chemical reaction when mixed with other substances. It is sometimes used in electric lights. argot / "A;(r)g@U, "A;(r)g@t / noun [ C / U ] words that are used by a particular group of people = JARGON : military argot arguable / "A;(r)gju@b(@)l / adj 1 if something is arguable, you are not completely certain whether it is true or correct : Whether good students make good teachers is arguable. 2 formal if a fact or statement is arguable, there is evidence that it is true or that people agree with it : The judge held that there was an arguable case of libel. arguably / "A;(r)gju@bli / adv  used for stating your opinion or belief, especially when you think other people may disagree : This is arguably the best club in town.

argue / "A;(r)gju / verb 

1 [ I ] if people argue, they speak to each other in an angry way because they disagree = QUARREL : Those girls are always arguing! � +with Don’t argue with me – you know I’m right. � +about/over We used to argue over who should drive. 1a. [ I / T ] to discuss something with someone who has a different opinion from you : The programme gives people a chance to argue their ideas. � +about/over They are still arguing over the details of the contract.

2 [ I / T ] to give reasons why you believe that something is right or true : Successful economies, she argues, are those with the lowest taxes. � +for/against Woolf’s report argued for (=supported) an improvement in prison conditions. � +that Reuben opposed the new road, arguing that it wasn’t worth spending $25 million to cut seven minutes off drivers’ journey times. � Several people stood up to argue against (=say they do not support) moving the students to the new school.

Cross references to related words, phrases and illustrations for developing vocabulary

Collocation Adverbs frequently used with argue 2

 consistently, convincingly, forcefully, passionately, persuasively, plausibly, strongly

PHRASE argue sb into/out of (doing) sth British to persuade someone to do/not to do something : I’ve managed to argue him out of going to the match. ➔ TOSS2

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argument / "A;(r)gjUm@nt / noun 

1 [ C ] an angry disagreement between people = QUARREL :

a heated argument (=extremely angry disagreement) � without an argument They won’t accept higher prices without an argument. � have an argument (with sb) I’ve had an argument with my girlfriend. � get into an argument (with sb) Every time we visit my family, he gets into an argument with my sister. � +about/over I try to avoid arguments about money. 1a. a discussion or debate between people with different views, opinions etc : win/lose an argument We can win this argument if we present the facts clearly. � +about/over The party is involved in an argument over economic policy. 2 [ C / U ] a reason or set of reasons that you use for persuading other people to support your views, opinions etc : The Court of Appeal rejected her arguments. � His main argument is stated in the opening chapter. � +for/against There are powerful arguments against releasing them from prison. � You could make an argument for working shorter hours.

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Metaphor An argument is like a fight or war, with people attacking each other’s opinions and defending their own. She tried to defend herself against his attacks on her ideas. � She shot down his argument. � That is an indefensible point of view. � I decided to pursue another line of attack. � We had a big fight last night, and I went home early. � There was a lot of conflict over what to do next. � They clashed over who to appoint. � It was a real battle of wits. � We did battle with the council about the plans. � I’ve crossed swords with them before. � Tom is always the first to leap to her defence. ➔ ANGRY, CRITICIZE, IDEA

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argumentative

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argy-bargy / %A;(r)dZi "bA;(r)dZi / noun [ U ] British informal noisy arguments

argyle / A;(r)"gaIl / noun [ C / U ] a pattern on clothing such as socks or JUMPERS, consisting of different coloured DIAMOND shapes

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Everyone loves a good book. Our carefully graded series of retold versions of popular classic and contemporary titles and specially written stories continues to grow, with six new titles including Gandhi, Much Ado About Nothing and The Importance of Being Earnest. Most new titles are available with Audio CDs and include accompanying exercises.

READERS More information about all our Readers titles is available in our Readers Catalogue. View an online sample at www.macmillanenglish.com/readers

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This series of Readers containing original, unsimplified short stories written by famous classic and modern writers, now features four new titles. All the collections come with substantial support material for each story, including a short summary, a description of major themes, pre-reading vocabulary activities, post-reading language and comprehension exercises, a literary analysis section and essay questions. The Macmillan Literature Collections will help ease students’ transition from graded Readers to authentic reading, giving them the joy of feeling that they are finally reading and studying literature just as it was written.

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Heidi* I, Robot* Kick Off! The Story of Football* Michael Jackson* Midsummer Night’s Dream, A Nelson Mandela* Owl Creek Bridge and Other Stories* Persuasion* NEW Princess Diaries 3, The* Princess Diaries 4, The* Robin Hood* Robinson Crusoe* Romeo and Juliet Secret Garden, The* Shake Hands Forever* Tenant of Wildfell Hall, The * Treasure of Monte Cristo, The * Wizard of Oz, The * “A” Is For Alibi “B” Is For Burglar Barack Obama* Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason* Bridget Jones’s Diary* Bristol Murder* David Copperfield Down Second Avenue* NEW Dr No* Dracula* Emma* Enchanted April, The Eye of the Tiger, The Goldfinger* Great Gatsby, The* Hamlet* Jewel That Was Ours, The Jurassic Park

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Title 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 Three Musketeers, The* This is London** Trumpet-Major, The Truth Machine, The Washington Square Black Cat, The* Canterville Ghost and Other Stories, The* Christmas Carol, A Claws Dawson’s Creek 1: Beginning of Everything Else, The Dawson’s Creek 2: Long Hot Summer Dawson’s Creek 3: Major Meltdown Dawson’s Creek 4: Shifting into Overdrive * 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* 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* NEW Casino Royale* Daisy Miller* D.H. Lawrence, Selected Short Stories * Diamonds are Forever* Far from the Madding Crowd*

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Macmillan Topics A1

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BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE Susan Holden

The Macmillan Topics series presents factual topics in a fun and interesting magazine-style format that motivates students to read in English. The cross-curricular nature of the series makes it easy to integrate school subjects with English language learning. Developing students’ intercultural awareness with articles and projects, Macmillan Topics offer challenging insights into modern culture and ask students to compare other cultures with their own.

CONTENT AND LANGUAGE INTEGRATED LEARNING

The comprehensive Teacher’s Book covers all titles in the series and includes: • Teacher’s notes and activities for each article or project • Photocopiable worksheets • Audio CDs that bring articles to life and provide extensive listening practice • Advice on how Macmillan Topics can be used in Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) • Suggestions to improve intercultural awareness in the classroom

Key features Macmillan Topics Onestopclil

p 64

p 64

Macmillan Vocabulary Practice Series p 65

• The reader’s personal experience is placed at the centre of the reading process • The articles present a variety of text types, styles and formats • Topics related to science, history and the arts provide specialised information and viewpoints • A ‘Check it Out’ section provides a checklist of specialist language, plus useful websites Macmillan Topics People beginner Places beginner Animals beginner plus Sports beginner plus Environment elementary Festivals elementary Communication pre-intermediate Entertainment pre-intermediate Consumers intermediate Travel and Tourism intermediate Teacher’s Book Pack (with Audio CD)

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SEE ALSO onestopclil below Macmillan Study Dictionary p 61 Macmillan School Dictionary p 60 Uncovering CLIL p 68

Onestopclil Available as part of your onestopenglish subscription, onestopclil is a teacher resource site for primary and secondary CLIL teachers offering an exciting range of flexible, ready-made, subject-specific resources for both English language teachers and subject teachers.

Key features

• Worksheets and teachers’ notes for science, geography and history lessons • 100+ topic-based worksheets and teacher’s notes for young learners • London Science Museum worksheets and animations for use in class • Topic-based webquests and projects • Free samples of the resources available to download and try • Teaching tips and methodology articles from leading experts • Free resources include a lesson share area, discussion forum and CLIL Teacher Magazine

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For more information and details of how to subscribe, visit www.onestopenglish.com


Macmillan Vocabulary Practice Series A1

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PRE-INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED Keith Kelly

A series of CLIL books designed for students who are taught subjects through the medium of English. Created as an easy-to-use reference tool for students, each title in the series includes clear glossaries and motivating activities that practise the vocabulary in context. The subject-specific vocabulary is informed by the Macmillan School Dictionary curriculum corpus.

CLIL

Key features of the books • Key subject-specific topic areas • Transparent topic glossary with key headwords, definitions and phonetic transcriptions of individual vocabulary items with examples in context • Engaging practice exercises in each topic using the vocabulary at word, sentence and text level • Clear diagrams visually represent difficult concepts

Mind-mapping tools give a visual image of the relationship between vocabulary items and help with word association

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive CD-ROM

SEE ALSO Clear and simple diagrams aid subject matter comprehension

onestopclil p 64 Macmillan Study Dictionary p 61 Macmillan School Dictionary p 60 Uncovering CLIL p 68

Vocabulary Practice Series – Geography

Key features of the CD-ROMs • Easy-to-use, fully searchable glossaries that include pronunciation examples • Interactive activities by topic that help bring the subject to life • Mind-mapping tools, which can be saved, help with lexical imprinting • Comprehensive diagram bank of illustrations available with and without labels

Vocabulary Practice Series Science Practice Book + Key Science Practice Book - Key Science Practice Book (+ Key) + CD-ROM Pack Science Practice Book (- Key) + CD-ROM Pack

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Geography Practice Book + Key Geography Practice Book - Key Geography Practice Book (+ Key) + CD-ROM Pack Geography Practice Book (- Key) + CD-ROM Pack

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Macmillan Books for Teachers The Macmillan Books for Teachers series has been written to inform teachers worldwide. It is insightful and practical, with a focus on covering the most effective theories and techniques for real-world teaching situations. All of our titles have been written by leaders in their fields, and insights from academic research are combined with a wealth of hands-on experience to create books which are both practical and engaging.

METHODOLOGY Macmillan Books for Teachers

p 66

400 Ideas for Interactive Whiteboard

p 67

Learning Teaching

p 67

Uncovering EAP Uncovering CLIL

p 68

p 68

Our series editor, Adrian Underhill, is a well-known teacher trainer and consultant. He works with educators in many countries on the development of continuous professional learning programmes, humanistic education, interpersonal skills and organisational development.

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Resource site – see p 6

www.macmillanenglish.com/methodology

Available as eBooks at

www.macmillaneducation.com/ebooks

Webinars The Macmillan Webinars are a series of live talks, broadcast over the internet to teachers worldwide. Free to access, and viewable from any computer with an internet connection, teachers have the opportunity to watch the talks and put questions directly to Macmillan authors. To learn more, and to view or download the archived webinars, visit

www.macmillanenglish.com/webinars

500 Activities for the Primary Classroom p 68

p 68

Resource Site

Blended Learning

p 69

• Downloadable sample pages and activities from the titles in the series

An A-Z of ELT

p 69

Sound Foundations

Beyond the Sentence

p 69

Uncovering Grammar

p 69

700 Classroom Activities

p 70

Teaching Reading Skills

p 70

Children Learning English

p 70

Discover English

p 70

Teaching Practice

Teaching English Grammar

p 70 p 71

• Updates for selected titles featuring the latest developments in the field and new weblinks • Video footage of our authors giving talks and workshops, along with their PowerPoint presentations and handouts to download

www.macmillanenglish.com/ methodology

Macmillan on YouTube™ • Visit our YouTube™ channel and watch Macmillan authors in action around the world • Choose from an ever-expanding library of high-quality video content

www.youtube.com/macmillanelt

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MacMillan Books for Teachers

series editor: adrian Underhill

NEW

400 Ideas for Interactive Whiteboards

Barney Barrett, Pete Sharma and Francis Jones

Instant Activities using Technology Teaching English Grammar is the essential guidebook for teachers who need to prepare and deliver effective grammar lessons. It combines a clear and comprehensive grammar reference with practical teaching advice, helping teachers to understand grammar points and present them clearly. Packed with immediately useful ideas and techniques, it is suitable for both newly qualified and more experienced teachers. Contains situational presentations with pictures and diagrams that can be easily reproduced on the board when presenting language. Provides clear explanations of key grammatical structures with timelines and concept questions. Highlights common errors so that teachers can anticipate problems their students might meet.

Key features

400 Ideas for Interactive Whiteboards

Sharma, Barrett and Jones

Jim Scrivener has worked in many different countries, including Kenya, Russia, Georgia and Hungary. He has been Head of Teacher Training for International House Hastings, Director of Education for IH Budapest and is currently Head of Teacher Development for Bell International, where he designed the Online Delta course. He was leader of the team that designed the Euro exams and has been actively involved with Cambridge ESOL exams.

Instant Activities using Technology Pete Sharma, Barney Barrett and Francis Jones

ISBN 978-0-2307-2321-4

• Presents a fully comprehensive resource pack of activities for using the interactive whiteboard • Provides systematic coverage of skills to enhance and support students’ learning • Includes guidance on a range of technological approaches for all levels of experience www.macmillanenglish.com

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400 Ideas for Interactive Whiteboards 9780230417649

Who is it for?

• Teachers already using interactive whiteboards who want to discover new and innovative ways to use them • Teachers with little experience of using interactive whiteboards or who feel unsure about how to use them most effectively in the classroom

METHODOLOGY

400 Ideas for Interactive Whiteboards provides a wealth of resources to help teachers integrate the • • digital board into their classrooms. It provides ideas for using regular programs and software, as well • as offering suggestions on how to create specifically-tailored resources. The clear organisation means that activities are categorised according to skill focus, making them easy to locate. It also contains suggestions for project work, ‘learning to learn’ activities and ‘the connected classroom’.

400 Ideas for Interactive Whiteboards

400 Ideas for Interactive Whiteboards

2 Using the whiteboard software

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u s i n g t h e wh i t e b o a r d s o f t wa r e

Technology LAT (Smart) Before the class Having accessed the Timeline - Reveal activity from the LAT access edit and fill in the criteria. Write in appropriate times and the following activities: e.g. 7.15 am: wake up, 7.30am shower, 8.00am breakfast etc. Follow on with suitable events; bus / drive, arrive at work, coffee / break, lunch, cup of tea, leave work, bus / drive home, arrive home, dinner.

Grammar 2.1 Questions to answers Level pre-intermediate / intermediate Interaction individuals Aim To form questions accurately. Language focus What, who, where, when, etc. Technology Smart Lesson Activity Toolkit (LAT), all IWB Technology

Click ok and the times will appear on the timeline. Procedure 1

Show the timeline to the students and ask them to write down on paper, or on a laminate board, what they think you do at each time. Monitor as they do this.

Can be made with Note Reveal from the LAT or by using Smart Notebook, or the Promethean Technology, with the Screen Shade used to reveal each ‘answer’.

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Write down details of your life (name, date of birth, age, birthplace, university town, favourite food, favourite pop group, number of siblings and names etc). Around ten is a good number.

Ask students to suggest answers in chronological order. Answers here are short: have breakfast, get up, get to work etc. You can write their suggestions in pen above and below the times.

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When you have worked through the list, erase the annotations and call up the real answers by tapping on the circles on the timeline.

When using the LAT, click edit and then click on each number before writing in the details. Press okay.

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Follow up by asking the students to use the language to write about their own daily routines.They only need to include some of the times in this piece.

Before the class:

With all other Technology, simply write the questions on the board. Write them in different colours if you want to aid clarity. Utilise the Screen Shade.

Variations As only one piece of information can be revealed at any one time, students can ask you to reveal pieces of information they might have forgotten. Only accept properly formed questions: ‘Excuse me, what do you do at 11 am?’

Procedure 1

When using the LAT, press number 1 to reveal the first cue or draw the shade down when using alternative Technology.

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Ask the students what they think the question should be. They can do this orally.

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For lower levels, ask students to write down the questions when all the answers have been revealed. You can turn to the next page to reveal a page where the questions appear above the answers. Make sure you write questions in one colour and answers in another for clarity.

Smart users can add to this by utilising Dual Page Display. Make sure the next page is blank. You can ask students, in small groups to come to the front of the class to type a sentence on the right-hand page. At the end of the exercise you can check the accuracy of the sentences together and students can correct their own work.

2.3 I come from… Level beginner Interaction individual Aim To give basic information about the countries students come from. Language focus present simple Technology Smart gallery, Promethean resource library.

Comments and suggestions This is a nice activity to use with new classes, enabling you to identify ability and participation levels. It also allows the class to get to know a little about you, whilst opening up the possibility to have a bit of fun with certain aspects like favourite football teams, music, food etc.

Before the class Drag the appropriate continental map onto the page. For teachers with new classes of students from multiple continents, find out where students come from and, if necessary, store each continental map on a different page. Also, familiarise yourself with locations and country graphics.

Variation

2.2 Daily routine time-line Level intermediate. Interaction individual / pairs Aim To describe daily routines. Language focus present simple, linking words, ‘have’ and ‘take’.

Procedure 1 1

Ask a volunteer student to come to the front, individually, and ask them to point at the part of the map where they come from.

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The Essential Guide to English Language Teaching

Learning Teaching

The Essential Guide to English Language Teaching THIRD EDITION Learning Teaching is the essential guide for new teachers and is an invaluable resource for teacher training courses. It combines the basic principles of working in a language classroom with practical teaching advice, helping teachers to plan and run successful activities, lessons and courses. The third edition has been revised and restructured to take recent developments in ELT into account and now includes a DVD featuring a full lesson being taught as well as demonstrations of practical teaching techniques.

Learning Teaching has been one of the most successful guides to English Language Teaching 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 practising ELT teachers.

Contains video footage of an entire ELT lesson to fulfil observation requirements on initial training courses, along with demonstrations of common teaching techniques. Provides photocopiable worksheets of activities and observation tasks to use in class. Includes updated sections on technology, CLIL and young learners.

Jim Scrivener

Jim Scrivener

NEW EDITION

MACMILLAN BOOKS FOR TEACHERS

Series Editor: Adrian Underhill

Learning Teaching

Learning Teaching – Third Edition

Learning Teaching

Jim Scrivener has worked in many different countries, including Kenya, Russia, Georgia and Hungary. He has been Head of Teacher Training for International House Hastings, Director of Education for IH Budapest and is currently Head of Teacher Development for Bell International, where he designed the Online Delta course. He was leader of the team that designed the Euro exams and has been actively involved with Cambridge ESOL exams.

The Essential Guide to English Language Teaching THIRD EDITION Jim Scrivener

The new third edition has been revised and restructured to take recent developments in ELT into account and now includes a DVD with both video material and additional teaching resources. www.macmillanenglish.com

New features

• New sections on CLIL, young learners and teaching exam classes • Updated material on technology covering the use of computers, interactive whiteboards and virtual learning environments • Video footage of experienced teachers in action demonstrates common teaching techniques • DVD includes photocopiable worksheets of activities and observation tasks to use in class

ISBN 978-0-2307-2982-7

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Learning Teaching 3rd Edition + DVD Pack 9780230729841

SEE ALSO Who is it for?

• Teacher trainers and trainees on courses such as the Cambridge CELTA and Trinity Certificate in TESOL • Newly-qualified teachers looking for a refresher of material from their initial training • In-service teachers looking to expand or review their areas of knowledge

Jim Scrivener is the author of the Teacher’s Books for Straightforward p 22

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Uncovering EAP

Who is it for?

How to Teach Academic Writing and Reading

METHODOLOGY

Sam McCarter and Phil Jakes

Uncovering EAP explains the processes involved in teaching academic writing and reading through concise theoretical overviews. These are complemented by an extensive range of practical activities and worksheets which teachers can put to immediate use in their classrooms. Case studies give examples of real-life challenges faced by EAP teachers, along with suggestions on how to tackle these situations.

• Teachers new to teaching academic writing and reading • More experienced teachers looking for new ideas and resources for their classrooms

Uncovering EAP 9780230723221

Uncovering CLIL

Who is it for?

Content and Language Integrated Learning in Bilingual and Multilingual Education Peeter Mehisto, Maria-Jesus Frigols and David Marsh

Uncovering CLIL is a guide to the various methodologies and techniques involved in CLIL teaching for both language and subject teachers. Packed with practical ideas and suggestions about what works in the classroom, and featuring explanations and examples of how to use CLIL at primary, secondary and vocational levels, Uncovering CLIL is the essential companion for CLIL teachers.

• Teachers just getting started in CLIL • Teachers who are already teaching in a CLIL context, and looking for a deeper theoretical understanding or new ideas to try in class

Uncovering CLIL 9780230027190

500 Activities for the Primary Classroom

Who is it for?

Immediate Ideas and Solutions Carol Read

500 Activities for the Primary Classroom is the answer to that perennial question of ‘What on earth am I going to do with my class tomorrow?’ Aimed at teachers of children between the ages of 3 and 12, this is a lively, varied compendium of ideas and classroom activities. 500 Activities for the Primary Classroom 9781405099073

Carol Read is a well-known primary specialist and teacher trainer, as well as the author of numerous primary courses. She has now written an indispensable collection of practical activities for use in the primary classroom.

Sound Foundations Learning and Teaching Pronunciation

o Awar Winnerd

Adrian Underhill

Sound Foundations is an ideal introduction to the English phonological system and an invaluable resource, whether you teach full pronunciation courses or would simply like to improve the quality of your work on pronunciation.

Sound Foundations (with Audio CD) 9781405064101

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The first half of the book is a description of the phonological system which discusses the sounds of English and describes how they are physically produced. The second half consists of creative and practical classroom activities. The latest edition includes an Audio CD which contains clearly recorded examples of the sounds described in the book.

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Both new and experienced teachers of young learners, looking for a resource bank of practical ideas to use in their classrooms Trainee teachers on primaryfocused courses such as the Cambridge CELTYL Teacher trainers engaged in primary teacher education

Every primary teacher and teacher trainer should have a copy of this 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, and looking for a range of new ideas to use in class


Who is it for?

Blended Learning Using Technology in and Beyond the Language Classroom Pete Sharma and Barney Barrett

The ideal companion for any teacher interested in the use of technology in the language classroom, Blended Learning provides a practical overview of the technology currently available. It combines basic information for the technological novice with sophisticated ideas for using technology in the classroom. Teachers are offered practical ideas and suggestions for ways to use technology to enhance and support students’ learning. The authors also examine the implications of the use of technology for language teaching methodology in general.

Who is it for?

• Trainee teachers for whom the terminology and concepts may be new • Teachers who want to refresh or clarify their knowledge and to find out more about the history of teaching methodology or the various views on teaching concepts and methodology • Teacher trainers who want to give clear definitions of terms and concepts

Blended Learning

9780230020832

An A–Z of ELT

METHODOLOGY

• Teachers who are already interested in using technology and want to discover new and innovative ways to use it • Teachers with little experience of technology or who feel unsure about implementing it in their classrooms

A Dictionary of Terms and Concepts Scott Thornbury

An A–Z of ELT is a fully cross-referenced, alphabetical guide to ELT that defines and explains essential language teaching concepts and terminology from fields including grammar, linguistics, discourse analysis, phonology, etc. It describes language teaching techniques and theories and summarises the major issues and debates associated with each concept. The entries are clear, concise and readable, accessible to users with little or no specialist knowledge. An A–Z of ELT 9781405070638

Who is it for?

• Teachers on higher-level qualification courses, such as a DELTA or MA TEFL • Students studying on linguistics courses with a discourse analysis component • In-service teachers looking to introduce their students to the analysis of texts

Who is it for?

• Teachers looking to expand their own knowledge of the way grammar works, and to encourage the same curiosity in their students

Beyond the Sentence Introducing Discourse Analysis Scott Thornbury

How do we design sentences to fit their purposes and how do we combine them to communicate complex, contextualised meanings? Beyond the Sentence takes discourse apart to show how it is organised and how it aids communication. It also shows how insights into discourse can – and should – affect our work as language teachers. The idea that we need to help students work ‘at the level of text’ as well as make correct sentences is not a new one. But here you will find suggestions – backed up by practical, fun activities – for how you can achieve this in your classroom.

Beyond the Sentence 9781405064071

Uncovering Grammar How to Help Grammar Emerge Scott Thornbury

As teachers, we often talk about ‘covering’ grammar points. Uncovering Grammar explains why it is more useful to think about how we ‘uncover’ grammar, to reveal the workings of the system to our students and encourage them to notice what is going on. The book uses extracts from exchanges in real classrooms, authentic texts and language teaching tasks. It provides lots of practical activities so that you can immediately and easily put the ideas to work in your classroom.

Uncovering Grammar 9781405080064

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700 Classroom Activities Instant Lessons for Busy Teachers

METHODOLOGY

David Seymour and Maria Popova

700 Classroom Activities does exactly what it says on the cover. It provides a huge instant repertoire of teaching ideas, none of which require photocopying. It includes both classroom classics and new activities, at a range of levels from elementary to upper intermediate.

Who is it for?

• Any teacher who has ever been asked to cover a colleague’s class at five minutes’ notice! • Busy teachers looking for a practical collection of high-quality activities that require little to no preparation

700 Classroom Activities 9781405080019

Teaching Reading Skills in a Foreign Language Christine Nuttall

In Teaching Reading Skills, Christine Nuttall examines and breaks down the skills we use in reading. Based on this analysis, she suggests practical strategies you can immediately use in the classroom to help your students develop their reading competence to a higher level. Especially useful for exam and EAP classes.

Who is it for?

• Teachers looking to expand the techniques they use for teaching reading • Those looking to introduce effective extensive reading programmes to their students

Teaching Reading Skills 9781405080057

Children Learning English A Coursebook for English Language Teachers Jayne Moon

Children Learning English 9781405080026

There is something special about teaching children. Jayne Moon’s academic rigour and classroom experience inform every page of Children Learning English – but what shines through is a sense of the privilege it is to participate in someone’s learning at this stage in their lives. This is a practical handbook with lots of teaching suggestions – but it is also a source of inspiration.

Discover English Language Analysis for Teachers Rod Bolitho and Brian Tomlinson

Discover English focuses on a key skill for language teachers: language analysis. The authors highlight selected areas of grammar and vocabulary and provide exercises and commentaries designed to develop your language analysis skills.

Who is it for?

• Any teacher involved in the teaching of English to children • Those looking for an insight into the way children learn English, and ways they can adapt their own teaching to suit

Who is it for?

• Teachers who want to develop language awareness and analysis skills • New and experienced teachers who want to increase their own understanding of the English language

Discover English 9781405080033

Teaching Practice A Handbook for Teachers in Training Roger Gower, Diane Phillips and Steve Walters

Teaching Practice is an essential reference book for EFL teachers and trainers on pre-service courses. It takes account of current views on training and is consistent with Cambridge ESOL’s guidelines for CELTA.

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Teaching Practice 9781405080040

Who is it for?

• New teachers on initial teachertraining courses, looking for information on basic classroom skills • Newly qualified teachers, or those returning to the classroom and looking to brush up their skills


Teaching English Grammar What to Teach and How to Teach it Jim Scrivener

METHODOLOGY

I never thought I’d see a grammar book to better Murphy’s Basic Grammar in Use or Swann’s Practical English Usage but by jove, Mr Scrivener has raised the bar with this little beauty. Philip Williams

Teaching English Grammar 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. Every trainee teacher and language school staffroom should have a copy of this book.

Key features

• Presents concept questions, timelines and other useful insights to help teachers prepare lessons– using language suitable for students rather than academic prose • Provides ideas to help teachers create and use practice activities for students • Includes information on common student errors to help teachers anticipate likely problems

Who is it for?

• Teacher trainers and trainees on courses such as the Cambridge CELTA and Trinity Certificate in TESOL • New teachers who need to teach grammar in their classes, and are looking for support and ideas

Teaching English Grammar 9780230723214

23 Present simple: affirmative

23 Present simple: affirmative Form I / You / We / They

live

He / She / It

lives

in Prague.

There is an -s ending on the verb for third person singular.

Daily routines

The -s ending and spelling

1) Tell or elicit a story using board pictures or flashcards getting students to repeat each sentence.

We use -es when the base form ends in /s/, /z/, /ʃ/ or /tʃ/. discusses; rises; washes; catches.

We use -ies (to replace the y) when the base form ends in a consonant followed by y. fly flies, carry carries.

2) Ask students to recap and retell the whole story at various points.

Note also. go goes, do

3) Elicit a second very similar story for a different character (Brigitte wakes up every day at 10 . . .).

does, have

Diego wakes up every day at 7.30. He gets up at 7.45. He has a shower, brushes his teeth and puts on his clothes. He leaves his house at 8.15. He walks to the bus stop and waits for the number 166 bus, etc.

has.

Variation: weekly routines

Presentation

Joanna drives to London every Thursday. She meets her mother and they play tennis together. She sleeps at her mother’s house. She drives back home on Sunday morning, etc.

Practice Spelling and pronunciation Make sure your students get some basic activities that focus on spelling and pronunciation, including all the differently spelt –s endings (especially -s, -es, y -ies) and pronunciations ( /s/, /z/ and /iz/ ). Simple discrimination and sorting games are often suitable; write three columns on the board labelled /s/, /z/ and /iz/ and call out verbs. Students should come to the board and place the word in the correct column (with discussion, listening to teacher’s model again and teacher feedback where useful).

Diary Make a diary of someone’s daily / weekly routine using single words for entries (tennis, shops). Elicit sentences about the routine. (He goes to the shops every Thursday.) Get students to make their own diaries and repeat the task in pairs, using I go. . . .

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An Introduction to English Language

NEW EDITION

PALGRAVE

Word, Sound and Sentence (3rd Edition)

Seven Ways of Looking at Language

Koenraad Kuiper and W. Scott Allan

9780230279315

9780230208018

A brief and lively introduction to the main issues, debates and ideas that have emerged in language study over the last fifty years.

The third edition of this successful text remains essential for students and teachers of English language and introductory linguistics, and now has a companion website containing quizzes, mp3 audio clips and PowerPoint movie lectures to aid study.

NEW

Ronald Macaulay

English Grammar: An Introduction

The English Language and Linguistics Companion

(2nd Edition) Peter Collins and Carmella Hollo

Edited by Keith Allan, Geoff Finch, Julie Bradshaw, Georgina Heydon and Kate Burridge

9780230216952

Fully revised and expanded, this practical introduction to English grammar is now even more accessible to those without any prior grammatical knowledge.

9781403989710

A one-stop student resource covering all aspects of studying language and linguistics, from the core topics, terms and concepts of the subject to study skills and career pathways.

English Language

Analysing Conversation

Edited by Jonathan Culpeper, Francis Katamba, Paul Kerswill, Ruth Wodak and Tony McEnery

9780230223455

NEW

Beatrice Szczepek Reed

Description, Variation and Context

This is an accessible introduction to the prosody of everyday conversation, and its analysis. Includes basic concepts and methods of interpretation, and a wealth of examples covering pitch, time, loudness and voice quality.

9781403945907

A fresh and wide-ranging introduction to English language and linguistics, infused with the very latest research.

Palgrave Study Skills

Study skills books are invaluable resources for any student. Innovating and educating, these best-selling titles on a wide range of topics help students to maximise their potential during their time in higher education.

The Study Skills Handbook Stella Cottrell

BEST SELLER

9780230573055

This number one best-selling book introduces students to the skills they need to succeed in higher education in a user-friendly interactive format.

NEW

Cite Them Right

The Essential Referencing Guide Richard Pears and Graham Shields 9780230272316

Clear examples on how to reference just about anything in print and electronic format, including social media.

The Palgrave Student Planner 2010–11

9780230243446 | Stella Cottrell

Skills for Success (2nd Edition)

The Personal Development Planning Handbook 9780230250185 | Stella Cottrell

The International Student Handbook

9780230545199 | Hayo Reinders, Nick Moore and Marilyn Lewis

Study Skills for Speakers of English as a Second Language 9781403900265 | Marilyn Lewis and Hayo Reinders

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Language and Style

Teaching Children English

Dan McIntyre and Beatrix Busse

A Practical Guide to Language Analysis Shelagh Rixon

9780230231573

Language and Style represents the state-of-the-art in literary stylistics and encompasses the full breadth of current research in the discipline.

NEW

9780230577022

This book provides information and activities to promote the language awareness and analysis skills needed by teachers of English as a Foreign or Second Language to primary level pupils.

NEW

David Nunan

(2nd Edition) Rob Penhallurick

9780230008489

Drawing on a wide range of anecdotes from the author’s own experience, this book offers students and teachers a thought-provoking way into the basics of language study such as syntax, morphology and phonology.

9780230200159

An updated and expanded new edition of this lively introduction to the English language, featuring new chapters on Chomsky, American English and English around the world.

Developing Courses in English for Specific Purposes

PALGRAVE

What Is This Thing Called Language?

Studying the English Language

The Frameworks of English

Introducing language structures

Helen Basturkmen

(2nd Edition) Kim Ballard

9780230227989

Provides an accessible introduction to the topic of developing courses for learners with specific academic or work-related language needs.

9780230013148

Covers everything students and nonspecialists need to know about linguistic structures. Explains the morphological, lexical, grammatical and phonological frameworks of contemporary English in a clear and logical way.

The Research and Practice in Applied Linguistics Series Series Editors: Christopher N. Candlin and David R. Hall

All books in the series are written by leading researchers and teachers in Applied Linguistics with broad international experience. They are designed for the MA or PhD student in TESOL or Applied Linguistics and language-teaching professionals keen to develop their expertise and understanding of the field.

Children Learning Second Languages 9780230203426 | Annamaria Pinter

NEW

NEW

Researching Vocabulary 9781403985361 | Norbert Schmitt

The Developing Language Learner 9781403985323 | Dick Allwright; Judith Hanks

Intercultural Interaction

9781403986313 | H Spencer-Oatey; P Franklin

Online Communication in Language Learning and Teaching 9780230001275 | M Lamy; R Hampel

Tasks in Second Language Learning 9781403911872 | Virginia Samuda; Martin Bygate

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AUTHOR INDEX

A

Allan, K Allen, M Allison, J Allsop, J Allwright, D Appleby, R Aravanis, R Ash, J Aspinall, T

B

Baker de Altamirano, Y Ballard, K Barrett, B Bastow, T Basturkmen, H Bazin, A Bolitho, R Bowler, B Boyd, E Boyle, C Bradshaw, J Brewster, S Burridge, K Busse, B Bygate, M

C

Chersan, I Clandfield, L Clarke, S Clutterbuck, M Cochrane, S Collins, P Cottrell, S Craven, M Crawford, M Culpeper, J Cusack, B

D

Davies, P de Chazal, E Dolby, D Duffy, C B Dymond, S

72 39 46, 49 33 73 46 30, 33 33 33

54 73 50, 67, 69 18, 21 73 33 70 25 33 54 72 10 72 73 73

54 15, 22 48 38 30 72 72 44 30 72 40

10 46 39 37 33

E

Edwards, L 36 Emery, H 55 Emmerson, P 46, 51, 52, 53

F

Finch, G 72 Fox, G 56 Franklin, P 73 French, A 33, 34, 39, 42, 44 Frigols, M J 68

74

G

Gakonga, J Gallivan, L Gordon, I Gough, C Gould, P Gower, R Granger, C Greenall, S Greenwood, J

H

Hampel, R Hanks, J Harrington, D Harrison, M Heydon, G Hird, J Holden, S Hollo, C Holman, A Hughes, J

I

Islam, C

J

Jakes, P Jeffries, A Jones, C Jones, F Jones, V

39 33 43 44 38 70 29 24, 45 38

73 73 43 33 72 21, 25 64 72 25 51

45

68 15, 18 18, 21, 22 67 18, 20, 21

K

Katamba, F 72 Kavanagh, M 46 Kay, S 18, 20, 21, 25 Kelly, A 34 Kelly, K 65 Kenny, N 33, 34 Kerr, P 18, 20, 21, 22 Kerswill, P 72 King, N 54 Kuiper, K 72

L

Lamy, M LeBeau, C Leggott, P Lewis, M Lindeck, J Lougheed, L Luque-Mortimer, L Lywood Last, V

73 43 33 72 68 37, 45 33 33

M

Macaulay, R 72 Maggs, P 20, 25 Mahnke, K 37 Mann, M 31, 43 Marsh, D 68 Martineau, C 39 McAvoy, J 15, 44 McCarter, S 33, 35, 40, 68 McEnery, T 72 McIntyre, D 73 Mehisto, P 68 Mellor-Clark, S 54 Miles, S 44 Milne, B 25 Moon, J 70 Moore, N 72

N

Nicholas, R Norris, R Nunan, D Nuttall, C

O

O’Sullivan, K

P

Parminter, S Payton, C Pears, R Penhallurick, R Phillips, D Pickering, K Pinter, A Popova, M Powell, D Powell, M Preshous, A

R

Read, C Reinders, H Richardson, K Rixon, S Robb Benne, R Roberts, A Roberts, R Rogers, M Rumisek, L Rundell, M

S

30 22, 34, 36 73 70

38

25 33 72 73 70 15 73 70 39 48, 49 39

68 72 46 73 15, 25 55 39 10, 12 45 56

Samuda, V 73 Schmitt, N 73 Scott Allan, W 72 Scrivener, J 22, 67, 71 Seymour, D 70 Sharma, P 48, 50, 67, 69 Shields, G 72 Short, J 39 Smith, C 20 Spencer, D 26 Spencer-Oatey, H 73 Stannett, K 29 Stephens, B 33, 50 Sturtevant, J 10 Sydes, J 46 Szczepek Reed, B 72

T

Taylore-Knowles, J Taylore-Knowles, S Thomas, S Thornbury, S Thurlow, S Tomalin, B Tomlinson, B Townend, J

U

Underhill, A

V

Vassilakis, G Vaughan, A Vince, M Viney, P Vittorio, P

W

Walden, R Walters, S Webb, B Wellman, G Whitby, N Williams, E J Wodak, R

Z

Zemach, D

12 12, 31, 43 53 69 38 53 70 46

68

30 51 42 53 33

54 70 25 43 40 50 72

12, 45, 51


400 Ideas for Interactive Whiteboards 500 Activities for the Primary Classroom 700 Classroom Activities

A

B

Basic Survival BEC Testbuilders Beyond the Sentence Blended Learning Bookstore Business Builder Business, The Business English Handbook Business Grammar Builder Business Vocabulary Builder

C

CAE Testbuilder Campaign Check Your Aviation English Children Learning English Children Learning Second Languages Cite Them Right Code College Writing

69 45 42 72 55

53 33 69 69 4 53 46 53 52 52

33 54 55 70 73 72 30 45

G

Gateway Get Ready for Business Global

H

Heinemann ELT English Wordbuilder, The 43 Heinemann ELT TOEFLÂŽ Preparation Course, The 37 Hot Spot 29

I

IELTS Foundation IELTS Foundation Study Skills IELTS Graduation IELTS Graduation Study Skills IELTS Language Practice IELTS Testbuilders Improve Your IELTS Skills Series In Company 2nd Edition Inside Out Intercultural Interaction Intermediate Language Practice International English for Call Centres International Student Handbook, The Introduction to English Language, An

Destination Grammar and Vocabulary Series Developing Courses in English for Specific Purposes Developing Language Learner, The Direct to FCE Direct to TOEFL iBT Discover English

43 73 73 36 37 70

K

KET for Schools Testbuilder KET Testbuilder

Language and Style Language Games CD-ROM Language Practice Series Laser LCCI Testbuilders Learning Teaching 3rd Edition Learning to Listen

M E

Effective Reading Elementary Language Practice Email English English for Law Enforcement English Grammar: An Introduction English Language English Language and Linguistics Companion, The English Reading and Comprehension Essential Business Grammar Builder Essential Business Vocabulary Builder Essential Reading

F

FCE Testbuilder First Certificate Language Practice Flying High Focusing on IELTS Frameworks of English, The

44 42 51 54 72 72 72 43 52 52 44

33 42 44 38 73

39 39 39 39 42 33 40 48 21 73 42 53 72 72

O

Onestopclil.com Onestopenglish.com Online Communication in Language Learning and Teaching openMind

Macmillan Books for Teachers Series Macmillan Collocations Dictionary Macmillan Dictionary Online Macmillaneducation.com Macmillan English Campus Macmillanenglish.com Macmillan English Dictionary Macmillan English Dictionary App Macmillan Essential Dictionary Macmillan Literature Collections Macmillan Phrasal Verbs Plus Macmillan Practice Online Macmillan Readers Macmillan School Dictionary Macmillan Study Dictionary Macmillan Test Maker Macmillan Topics Macmillan Vocabulary Practice Series Meetings in English Mind Series Move

N

Networking in English New American Inside Out New Inside Out New Proficiency Testbuilder

33 33

73 8 42 31 33 67 45

66 57 56 6 8 6 58 5 60 62 61 9 62 60 61 41 64 65 50 12 25

64 7 73 12

P

Palgrave Student Planner, The Paragraph Writing People Like Us PET for Schools Testbuilder PET Testbuilder Presentations in English Pronunciation App

72 45 45 33 33 50 5

R

Reading Keys Ready for CAE Ready for FCE Ready for IELTS Ready for PET Researching Vocabulary Reward

S

L D

26 51 15

Sentence Writing Seven Ways of Looking at Language Skills for Success Sound Foundations Speaking of Speech New Edition Straightforward Study Skills for Speakers of English as a Second Language Study Skills Handbook, The Studying the English Language Survival English

T

Tasks in Second Language Learning Teaching Children English Teaching English Grammar Teaching Practice Teaching Reading Skills in a Foreign Language Telephone English Testbuilder Series Tips for IELTS TOEFL Testbuilder

TITLE INDEX

A–Z of ELT, An Academic Writing Advanced Language Practice Analyzing Conversation Aviation English

67 68 70

44 34 34 35 34 73 24

45 72 72 68 43 22 72 72 73 53

73 73 71 70 70 51 33 40 33

U

Uncovering CLIL Uncovering EAP Uncovering Grammar

W

What Is This Thing Called Language? Writing in Paragraphs

68 68 69

73 45

50 20 18 33

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