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26 Secondary 35 Skills & Grammar

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36 Exams 39 Readers 53 Dictionaries

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56 Digital 60 Methodology 62 Visuals 63

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• Ready for PET • PET Testbuilder • ACE 2 Exam Preparation • PET Practice Online • CEF B1 Practice Online

• Brainstorm 5 • Mega 3 • Creative English 4

• PET (Preliminary English Test)

• American Inspiration 4

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• Pre-FCE (First Certificate in English)

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B1+ Vantage • ALTE Level 2-3

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Macmillan Dictionaries

• Macmillan Readers (Intermediate) • Portfolio Readers 4 • Reading Keys (Extending)

• Selections 6 • Reading Keys (Developing)

• Selections 5 • Macmillan Readers (Pre-intermediate) • Portfolio Readers 3

• All Told! Readers 6 • Macmillan Readers (Elementary) • Portfolio Readers 2 • Reading Keys (Introducing)

• Selections 4 • All Told! Readers 5 • Macmillan Children’s Readers 5-6

• Macmillan Readers (Starter & Beginner) • Portfolio Readers 1

• Selections 3 • All Told! Readers 4 • Macmillan Children’s Readers 3-4

• Selections 1-2 • All Told! Readers 2-3 • Macmillan Children’s Readers 1-2

• Faces Big Books • Faces Activity Readers • Hats On Big Books

Macmillan Readers

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• Macmillan Essential Dictionary • Macmillan Phrasal Verbs Plus • Macmillan English Dictionary

• Macmillan School Dictionary • Macmillan Essential Dictionary • Macmillan Phrasal Verbs Plus

• Macmillan Essential Dictionary

• Macmillan School Dictionary • Diccionario Macmillan Castillo

• Diccionario Macmillan Castillo

• Diccionario Macmillan Castillo

D I R E C T

• Inspiration 4 Practice Online • Language Games CD-ROM • Macmillan English Campus

• Inspiration 3 Practice Online

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• CEF B1-B2 Practice Online

• Inspiration 2 Practice Online • Language Games CD-ROM • Macmillan English Campus

• KET Testbuilder • ACE 1 Exam Preparation • CEF A2 Practice Online

• All Aboard! 6 • American Inspiration 2 • Mega 2 • American Inspiration For Teens 3-4 • Creative English 3

• KET (Key English Test)

• Brainstorm 6 • American Inspiration 3 • Mega 4 • American Inspiration For Teens 5-6

• M Tunes 5-6 • Jump 5-6 • Macmillan Foundation Skills 5-6

• Brainstorm 4 • All Aboard! 5 • Next Stop 6 • Fantastic! 6

• Language Games CD-ROM • Macmillan English Campus

• Inspiration 1 Practice Online

• American Inspiration 1 • Mega 1 • American Inspiration For Teens 1-2 • Creative English 1-2

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

• M Tunes 3-4 • Jump 3-4 • Macmillan Foundation Skills 3-4

• Brainstorm 3 • All Aboard! 4 • Next Stop 4-5 • Fantastic! 4-5

• Movers (8-11 years)

• Macmillan Early Learners Posters, Flashcards & Photo Cards • Click-On CD-ROM • Count On Reading • Concept Mats

Other Macmillan Resources

• M Tunes 1-2 • Jump 1-2 • Macmillan Foundation Skills 1-2

Macmillan Exam Resources

• Brainstorm 2 • All Aboard! 2-3 • Next Stop 2-3 • Fantastic! 2-3 • Twist and Shout 4-6 • Bounce 4-6

• Fingerprints 1-3 • Squeeze 1-3 • Faces 1-3 • Hats On 1-3

Macmillan Coursebooks

• Starters (7-8 years)

Threshold • ALTE Level 2

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A2 Waystage • ALTE Level 1

Breakthrough • ALTE Breakthrough

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Common European Cambridge Young Framework / Learners / ESOL ALTE Exams

Level Chart


Level 1

• Greetings • Colors • Shapes: circle, triangle, square • Adjectives: big, small • Preposition: in • Pronouns: I, you, it, me, my, your • It’s a/an … • Yes, it is./No, it isn’t. • I can see … • Questions: What’s your name?/ What’s this?/ Who’s this?/ What is it?/ Where’s the …? • can (ability)

• Greetings • Colors: red, blue, green, yellow • Shapes: circle, square • Numbers: 1-2 • Adjectives: left, right

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Level 1

Tip Top

• Greetings • Colors • Shapes: circle, square, triangle • Numbers: 1-5 • Adjectives: happy, sad, big, small • Prepositions: on, under • Pronouns: I, it, he, she, my • Questions: What’s your name?/ What is?/ How old are you?/ Is it a …? • It’s a/an … • Yes, it is./ No, it isn’t. • My … is …

Level 1

Squeeze

Scope & Sequence

• Greetings • Colors • Shapes: circle, triangle, square • Numbers: 1-5 • Where’s …?/ There …/ Here it is! • Plural -s • Adjectives: little, big, hungry • I am/We are/It is • I like … • Let’s … • I have a … • I want a … • can (ability) • There’s …/ There are … • How old are you?

Level 1

Best Buddies

• Greetings • Colors • Shapes: circle, square, triangle • Numbers: 1-5 • Adjectives: big • Prepositions: in, on, under • Pronouns: I, it, we, you, my • Questions: What color is this?/ What is your name?/ Where’s the …?/ How many?/ What’s this? • This is a/an … • It is a/an … • have (possession) • can (ability) • Yes/No

Level 1

Fingerprints

• Greetings • Colors • Shapes: circle, square, triangle • Numbers: 1-5 • Prepositions: in, on • Pronouns: I, it, you • Questions: What’s your name?/ What’s this?/ What color is it?/ Who’s this?/ Do you like …?/ Where’s …?/ Where’s the …?/ How are you? • It’s a/an …/ It’s my … • Let’s … • can (ability) • Plural -s • like • Yes/No

Level 1

Faces

• Greetings • This is my … • Questions: What’s this?/ How are you?/ What’s your name?/ Is it …?/ Who is this?/ How many …?/ Where’s the …?/ What do you …?/ Do you like …? • Pronouns: my, your, I, you, their, me • Imperatives: affirmative • have (possession) • Yes/No • Plural -s • I like/love … • Adjectives: sad, happy, little, big • Colors • Shapes: circle, square, triangle • Let’s … • Describing the weather: rainy, cold, sunny • I don’t like … • Prepositions: in, on, inside • can (ability) • Numbers: 1-5

Level 1

Hats On

Preschool


• Adjectives: hot, cold, happy, sad, clean, dirty • Preposition: on • Is he/she …?/ Yes, he/she is./ No, he/ she isn’t. • This is … • have (possession) • like • Questions: What do you have?/ What are they?/ Where are they?/ What can you see?

• Numbers: 1-5 • Prepositions: in, on • Pronouns: he, she, it, my • is/are • Word order: adjective + noun • like/don’t like

• Numbers: 1-10 • Days of the week • Prepositions: on, under, behind, next to • There is/There are • There isn’t a/an … • Can I go/have/sit …?/ Yes, I/he/she/it can./ No, I/he/she/it can’t. • have/has (possession)

• Weather • Days of the week • Consonants: g, h, j, k, n, q, r, s, v, w, x, y, z • Preposition: behind • I’m wearing … • There is/There are • like/don’t like • have (possession)

• Weather • Adjectives: angry, clean, cold, dirty, hot, hungry, scared, sick, thirsty, tired • Questions: Can it …?/ Are you …?/ What’s he/she doing? • I can see … • There is/isn’t a/an … • can (ability) • Yes, it can./No, it can’t. • He/She has … hair and … eyes.

Level 3

• Numbers: 1-10 • Adjectives: long, short • Prepositions: behind, in, in front of • Questions: Where’s (Mommy)?/ How many … are there? • have (possession) • like • There’s/ There are • Present progressive: I’m skating/ He’s wearing…

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Level 4

• Numbers: 1-10 • Vowels • Consonants: b, d, t, p, l, m, s, f, c • Prepositions: under, at • My … is/are … • This is/These are

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Level 2

Level 2

• Numbers: 1-20 • Describing the weather: It’s sunny and I am wearing … • Recognizing letters: d, g, s, a, i, o, u, e • Comparatives: bigger, smaller • Preposition: next to • Present progressive: affirmative and interrogative

Level 3

• Numbers: 1-10 • Days of the week • Recognizing letters: b, t, h, c, l, f, m • Adjectives: big, little, happy, sad, hungry • Questions: How many …?/ What do you see?/ Where’s the …?/ What’s this? • This is a/an … • Present simple: is/are • can (ability) • like

Level 2

• Numbers: 1-10 • Questions: Do you have …?/ Who has …?/ How many … does … have?/ What is he/she wearing?/ Where are you going?/ What does (your mom) do? • Pronouns: we, our • Adjectives: angry, glad, tired • The alphabet • Yes, I do./No, I don’t. • best • Present progressive: I’m wearing …/ We’re sitting … • It’s time to … • There’s …/ There are … • He’s/She’s a … • Prepositions: inside, under • Comparatives: bigger, smaller • can/can’t (ability)

Level 3 • Questions: Which … do you like?/ What can you …?/ Are you making …? • May I …? • This is …/ These are … • Yes, I can./No, I can’t. • can (permission) • Describing the weather: hot, cold, sunny, cloudy, stormy, rainy, snowy, windy • How old are you? • Days of the week • Numbers: 1-20 • Prepositions: next to • Superlatives: tallest, oldest

Level 3 • Numbers: 1-20 • Recognizing letters: a-z • Prepositions: next to • Questions: What’s that?/ Do you want …?/What’s his name?/ What are you wearing?/ What’s she doing? • Comparatives: bigger, smaller • Present progressive: I’m/He’s/She’s wearing … • like + -ing

Level 2

• Numbers: 1-10 • Days of the week • Recognizing letters: a, e, i, o, u • Describing the weather: sunny, rainy • Prepositions: under • Adjectives: big, small, happy, sad, hungry, thirsty, hot, cold, tired • Questions: What do you see?/ How many … are there?/ Do you have …?/ Can he/she …?/ How old are you? • Present simple: am/is/are • have (possession) • like/don’t like

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• Numbers: 1-10 • Can you …? • Adjectives: delicious, funny, angry, calm, scared, thirsty • Questions: What can you hear?/ Are you hungry?/ What’s your job? • some • He’s/She’s a …

Level 3

• This is a/an … • Numbers: 1-8 • Pronouns: my, your • Prepositions: in, on, under, behind • Imperatives: affirmative and negative • Adjectives: scary, long, short, slow, fast, hard, soft, good, happy • Present progressive: I’m kicking …/ He’s riding … • It has … • I don’t like/want … • Can I …? (making requests) • Describing the weather: hot, cold, sunny, cloudy, stormy, rainy, windy • I love …

Level 2


BEST BUDDIES Sandie Mourão and Fran Combs Gamboa Best Buddies follows the theories that children learn through play and being actively involved in what they do. This three-level preschool course introduces the child to American English through the engaging worlds of Buddy Bear (as a soft toy and a real being), bringing games and fun activities into the English class to provide a believable context for the real use of English. With its integrated content, multi-sensory approach and attention to early child developmental issues, Best Buddies offers a sound basis for any young student’s first English-learning experience.

Your best buddy in the English classroom!

For Students Student’s Book Consists of nine topic-based units (each with seven lessons) featuring the two worlds of Buddy: his life as a toy in a human family, and his own world where he lives with his family and friends. Each unit contains: • an Energizer jingle to get children singing and moving at the beginning of class; • a song to help present the unit theme, which can be used for consolidation at the beginning of the following class; • a four-part Buddy story, starring Buddy Bear and his friends or family, accompanied by the audio on the CD; • a Sit Down jingle to get children back to their places after role-play activities; • a chant, to help children with word and sentence stress and rhythm in English; • a dialog, where Ben and Becky (the twins who are Buddy’s owners) interact: the children can role-play these conversations to practice natural spoken English; • Mini-Books for each Buddy story, for the children to re-tell the story with their family; • Activity Cut-Outs for the children to consolidate the main language focus of the unit through craftwork and drama. A wallet is provided inside the back cover so the cut-outs can be safely kept and re-used in class.

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Student’s Take Home CD Contains all the music (jingles, chants and songs) from the Student’s Book for children to play at home. (Note: only the music is provided - the lyrics can be found on the Teacher’s Support CD-ROM. [Packaged with the Student Book]

Buddy Book Offers a selection of material to consolidate the language taught in the Student’s Book. Also includes extra Festival pages for those special times of year when the teacher needs a child-generated activity to display in the classroom or for the children to take home to their families.

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For Teachers Teacher’s Edition

Class Audio CD

Also includes a step-by-step guide for each lesson, with teacher script and predictable formats to keep young learners at ease in the language classroom. Visual cues for when to use the Action Cards help teachers with transition phases in the classroom, while prompts show when to prepare the Print and Play Pictures (from the Teacher’s Support CD-ROM).

Teacher’s Support CD-ROM This multimedia CD-ROM contains a variety of printable resources for the teacher, including: • 312 black-and-white Print and Play Pictures, showing all the target vocabulary in Best Buddies. They can be colored and laminated for presenting vocabulary, or printed for the children to color in or play games; • 12 black-and-white Action Cards (4 per level), showing Buddy doing a classroom action, for example listening. The teacher can print, color, and laminate them, then use them in class to indicate when the children should change activity. Icons in the Teacher’s Edition show when to use the cards, making it easier for the teacher to manage the transition phases in each lesson; • Evaluation sheets for monitoring children’s progress. There is one per unit and one for the end of each level, as well as a grid for keeping class records; • Song sheets with lyrics for all the jingles, chants and songs; • A Bingo grid, for the teacher to print and copy for classroom use; • A black-and-white Teacher’s Edition in Spanish, with all the content of the English teacher’s book (without the reduced pages).

Macmillan Early Learners Photo Cards 210 Photo Cards showing the target vocabulary in Best Buddies.

Contains all the music from each level (including the lesson transition jingles, chants and songs), the dialogs and the Buddy stories. The recommended procedure is that the teacher tells the story in lesson 3 using the Story Cards, then uses the CD to re-tell the story in lesson 4.

Buddy Box Contains 36 letter-sized Story Cards per level (4 per story), which the teacher can use to tell and consolidate the stories. There are also six Family Cards, presented like family photos, to help children remember the main characters: Buddy Bear, his friends, Ben and Becky, their sister Bella, their mom and dad, and their grandma and grandpa. The Buddy Box also includes the Buddy Puppet. He will be the children’s friend and can be used to greet the class, present language, and as a reward – one child can hold Buddy at the end of class.

1 ISBN Prefix 978-970 Student’s Book Pack 809-239-5 Buddy Book 809-230-2 Teacher’s Edition (English) 809-233-3 Class Audio CD 809-242-5 Teacher’s Support CD-ROM (all levels) 607- 473-007-4 Buddy Box (all levels) 650-435-7 Reference Code Prefix 11-2009 Macmillan Early Learners Photo Cards

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

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Provides reduced Student’s Book and Buddy Book pages for easy reference, with plentiful notes covering methodology, story-telling and child developmental considerations (listed at the beginning of every lesson), as well as tips for using the Buddy Puppet.

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Hats on Caroline Linse and Elly Schottman Hats On knows that children come to the classroom with a great deal of world knowledge. This course will build, expand on and develop this knowledge. Hats On promotes the learning of English through all content areas. While exploring each unit theme and developing English language skills, children simultaneously develop science, math, social studies, art, and physical development skills. Early literacy also plays a key role in every unit and there is a carefully planned program of literacy and language skills development across all three levels. Learning English through different content areas accommodates many different learning styles and ensures children become confident in all the key developmental areas.

Hats On and ready to explore!

For Students Student Book Contains nine thematic units, plus a final cumulative review unit focused around an end-of-level play. Each lesson integrates age appropriate content learning with English language and literacy. Hats On focuses on concept and real world exploration, with a real world experiment in each unit. There is also a Reading Page (with fact and fiction texts) in every unit. The Student Book comes packaged with a free Take-Home CD, featuring all the songs and chants from the Student Book (home-school support can be found in the Photocopiable Pack - see the Print and Play Picture Resource CD below, which includes CD Activity Sheets and lyrics); and a Sticker Pack, used to present target vocabulary from the unit.

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Activity Book Designed to provide practice of new language presented in the Student Book and to build fine motor skills. Each Student Book lesson has at least one supporting Activity Book page so children are given plenty of opportunities for hands-on independent exploration of new language and concepts.

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Count On Reading This enrichment workbook is designed to help children build early literacy and numeracy skills. It is especially appropriate for schools that can devote more time to learning English and wish to boost literacy and numeracy based competencies.

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For Teachers Class CD

Provides detailed lesson plans for each Student Book page, ensuring recycling of previous language. A rich range of activities immerses children in thematic content and language learning, while playful, active learning experiences engage the whole child, addressing the needs of a variety of learning styles, particularly those of visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learners. Includes the Hat People Cut-Outs and, in levels 2 and 3, the Word Framer.

Big Book Containing enlarged versions of all the stories from the Student Book, the Big Book (47 x 58.5 cm) is an excellent way for the teacher to introduce stories to the whole class. Also helps support print awareness and other early literacy activities. The Word Framer (in Teacher’s Editions levels 2 and 3) can be used for children to identify, isolate, and “frame” specific words in a text.

Print and Play Picture Resource CD Contains a variety of resources for the teacher, including: • Print and Play Pictures - a large bank of vocabulary pictures for use in interactive language activities, creating picture graphs and sorting by different criteria. Multiple copies can be printed for each child or group. • Photocopiable Packs - resources for each level with: Take-Home CD Activity Sheets; lyrics for all Take-Home CD songs and chants; I Can… Assessments adhering to the Common European Framework language competency checklist; end-of-level assessments; and black line masters, allowing teachers to create multiple copies of key Hats On characters, stories and features. The Take-Home CD resources support home-school connections by encouraging parents to listen, sing along, and do the simple game or activity with their child. • The Make and Take section provides teachers with ideas on how to make the Concept Mats, ways of using them in class, and tips on how to use the Print and Play Pictures.

Contains all the songs, chants, stories, listening activities and unit assessment scripts in the course. The Wiggle and Transition songs or rhymes are at the beginning of the Audio CD for easy location. Audioscripts can be found in each lesson plan.

Concept Mats Nine interactive mats measuring 1.20 x 1.15 m, including counting and sorting charts, game boards and posters, designed to be used in a variety of language-rich activities. Four of the mats are printed on strong plastic, while instructions on how to make the other five can be found on the Print and Play Picture Resource CD.

Macmillan Early Learners Photo Cards Provide photographic images of key vocabulary items. They can be used to introduce vocabulary, and also in a variety of language-based games and activities.

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(The Student Book Pack contains the Student Book, Take-Home CD and the Sticker Pack.)

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

For Students Student’s Book

Packaged with the Student’s CD and Look Back Stickers, the Student’s Book presents and practices language through stunning 3D modeling clay artwork complemented by beautiful illustrations. In and Out of Context vocabulary presentations and Five Senses activities accommodate multiple learning styles, while Skills Development lessons focus on developing language skills, motor skills, and visual, auditory and critical thinking skills. Sounds lessons provide controlled practice of English phonemes through chants, to encourage authentic English pronunciation. An Interactive Contents page and Look Back Stickers promote children’s active involvement in the learning process.

For Teachers Teacher’s Edition Guides teachers through the series step-by-step, with clearly identified learning objectives at the outset of every activity. Unit Overviews give teachers a summary of the month ahead, while photocopiable Skills Charts show teachers and parents exactly which skills their students practice in each activity. Photocopiable Lesson Plans and Black Line Masters ensure teachers are equipped with everything they need for the school year. [Available in Spanish or English]

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210 alphabetically indexed, singlesided flashcards complement the artwork in Squeeze’s vocabulary presentation lessons, and develop children’s visual discrimination skills.

Related Resources Click-On CD-ROM (p.12) Children Learning English (p.60)

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

Student’s CD Contains all the songs and chants. [Packaged with the Student’s Book]

Macmillan Early Learners Posters 20 fully-interactive posters specifically designed for the preschool classroom and accompanied by a booklet of teacher’s notes (see page 85).

Class CD All the songs, chants, language presentations and dialogues. ISBN Prefix 978-970 Student’s Book Pack Fun Book Teacher’s Edition (Spanish) Teacher’s Edition (English) Class CD ISBN Prefix 978-1-4050 Macmillan Early Learners Posters Macmillan Early Learners Flashcards

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

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

For Students

Related Resources Macmillan Early Learners Flashcards (p.10) Macmillan Early Learners Posters (p.10)

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

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

Activity Reader Small version of the Big Book. Children can follow the pictures as they listen to the story.

Activity Book Full of activities, a structured phonics program and extra Busy Time pages.

For Teachers Offers step-by-step teacher’s notes alongside reduced Student’s Book pages. Each unit begins with a song focusing on oral production, before a detailed presentation of target language. Contains a pocket for the photocopiable Evaluation Booklet and Black Line Masters.

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

Class CD & Little Voices CD Contains all songs and dialogues, the Activity Book chants and the Big Book stories, including the sound effects-only versions. Little Voices is for use with Little Faces.

Nursery 1 ISBN Prefix 978-1-4050 Student’s Book Pack - 6877-2 Activity Book - 3136-3 Teacher’s Edition - 6874-1 Class CD - 6815-4 Big Book - 6821-5 Activity Reader - 6827-7 Little Faces 6871-0 - Little Voices CD 7686-9 - Black Line Masters - 6818-5 Evaluation Booklet - 6830-7 Macmillan Early Learners Posters (all levels) Macmillan Early Learners Flashcards (all levels)

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Fingerprints Caroline Linse and Elly Schottman Fingerprints is a three-level American English course for preschool learners. It uses a hands-on approach to stimulate children’s language use in the context of their wider development.

First Letters & First Numbers Additional activity workbooks that support and extend the early literacy strand and early numeracy skills presented in Fingerprints.

For Students Student’s Book Contains ten units focused on child-centered themes, including a fairytale which can be performed as an end-of-year play. • Conversation pages maximize children’s oral communication • Try this! cross-curricular activities integrate English with math, science, art and cookery in practical settings • Reading and phonics work is supported by full-color stickers in the back of the book • Unit Review pages consolidate language and develop children’s listening skills

Activity Book Click-On CD-ROM

Practices key vocabulary through Activity Cards and reinforces fine motor skills and reading readiness.

Provides interactive language activities for children to practice and review language at their own pace (see page 68).

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Fully interleaved, providing complete support for planning and assessment. Photocopiable material at the back of the Teacher’s Guide includes evaluations, vocabulary lists and bookmarks.

Audio CD Contains songs and dialogues.

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Peekaboo Mary Charrington and Charlotte Covill Peekaboo is an exciting and colorful three-level course for preschool learners of American English. The course has a topic-based approach and a strong communicative focus.

Peekaboo components at every level:

• A Student’s Book, where English is practiced through songs, puzzles, games, stories, role-plays and seasonal activities • A full-color, interleaved Teacher’s Edition in Spanish, giving guidance, extra tips and ideas • An Activity Book with manual activities • An Audio CD with three songs per unit, dialogues and stories ISBN Prefix 978-0-333 Student’s Book Activity Book Audio CD

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ISBN Prefix 978-970 Peekaboo Student Pack

(The Peekaboo Student Pack contains the Student’s Book, the Activity Book and the Festive Song CD.)

Peekaboo also offers a fantastic value Student Pack at every level, which contains the Student’s Book, the Activity Book and the Festive Song CD.

Tip Top Verónica Díaz

1 2 3 4 ISBN Prefix 978-970 Student’s Book (with teacher’s notes) 650-151-6 650-152-3 650-153-0 650-154-7 Class CD (all levels) 809-129-9

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A four-level preschool course designed to give children a basic introduction to American English while taking their developmental needs into account. Tip Top offers useful notes for the teacher in Spanish and English, a range of pre-reading and -writing tasks for children’s cognitive development, and a variety of activities to develop fine motor skills.

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• Verb have: present simple, all forms • Commands, affirmative and negative • Demonstrative adjectives: that/those • The alphabet • Prepositions of place: across from, next to, between • I like …/I don’t like … • Days of the week • How do you spell …?

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Level 2

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

• Greetings • Verb be: present simple, all forms • Numbers: 1-20 • Question words: What …?/ Where …? • Colors • Demonstrative adjectives: this/these • Indefinite articles: a, an • Prepositions of place: in, on, under, behind • Noun forms, singular and plural • How many …? • There is/There are, all forms

Level 1

Twist and Shout

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

Level 1

Bounce

• Present simple, first and third person singular • this/that/these/those • How many … are there? • Possessive adjectives • Possessive -’s • Telling the time • Numbers: 11-20

Level 2

• Verbs be: present simple, all forms • Commands, affirmative and negative • There is/There are, all forms • can/can’t • Singular and plural nouns • Verb be + adjective • Adjective + noun • Prepositions • The alphabet • Numbers: 1-10

Level 1

See Saw

Scope & Sequence

• Present simple, all forms • can/can’t • this/that/these/those • Possessive -’s • Prepositions of place: next to, behind, between, in front of • Commands, affirmative and questions • Telling the time • Expressing likes and dislikes

Level 2

• Verbs be and have: present simple, all forms • There is/There are, all forms • Prepositions of place: in, on, under • Adjective + noun • Singular and plural nouns • Indefinite articles: a, an • How many … are there? • Colors • Numbers: 1-20 • Possessive adjectives

Level 1

Fantastic!

• Commands, affirmative and negative • What time is it? • this/that/these/those • like + -ing • can/can’t • Present simple, all forms • Possessive -’s

Level 2

• Verb be: present simple, all forms • Verb have: present simple, all forms • There is/There are • Question words: How many … are there?/ Where …? • Noun forms, singular and plural • Prepositions of place: in, on, under • Numbers: 1-20 • Indefinite articles: a, an • Colors

Level 1

Next Stop

• How many …?/ How much …? • can/can’t • Action verbs • Present progressive, all forms • play or do • Possessive -’s • Whose …? • Present simple, all forms • Asking about time

Level 2

• Verb be: present simple, all forms • Yes/No questions using be and do • Open questions:What …?/ How …? • Commands • There is/There are, all forms • Demonstratives: affirmative, negative, question forms • this/that/these/those • Possessive adjectives • too + small, big • Expressing likes and dislikes

Level 1

All Aboard!

• Object pronouns: it, them • Telling the time • Future: going to, all forms • some/any • How much …?/ How many …? • Past simple: was/were, all forms • Quantifiers • Past progressive, all forms • Comparative and superlative adjectives

Level 2

• Questions with what, who, where • Possessive adjectives and -’s • Indefinite articles: a, an • Expressing likes and dislikes • Prepositions: on, under, next to, at, in • There is/There are, all forms • Present simple, all forms • Regular and irregular noun plurals • Present progressive, all forms • this/that/these/those • Time expressions with in, on, at • Adverbs of manner

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• Past progressive, all forms • Future: will • Connectors

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• Past simple, all forms • Superlative adjectives • Why …?/ Because …?

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Level 6

• Past simple, all forms • Superlative adjectives • Why …?/ Because …

• Past simple: regular and irregular verbs, all forms • must/mustn’t • I like + -ing/I’d like … • Adjective order • Time expressions

Level 5

• Future: going to, all forms • Possessive pronouns: mine, his, hers • Possessive -’s • Comparative adjectives • like + ing • want + verb • Past simple: was/were, all forms

Level 5

Level 5

• Future: going to • Past simple: was/were, all forms • Possessive pronouns • Adverbs of frequency • some/any + countable and uncountable nouns • Numbers: 61-100

Level 4

• Present simple, first and third person plural • Present progressive, all forms • Comparative adjectives • Superlative adjectives • Object pronouns • Prepositions • Numbers: 21-60

Level 3

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

• Present simple, all forms • Time expressions and routines • Countries and nationalities • What’s wrong? • What does he/she do? • can/can’t

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Level 4

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

• Action verbs • Present progressive, all forms • Possessive adjectives • When’s your birthday? • Preposition in + months of the year • Who’s he/she? • Time expressions: in the morning, at night • Telling the time • Numbers: 21-100 • Ordinal numbers

Level 3

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

Level 3

• Present perfect progressive • Stative verbs • is used to + function • Expressing levels of certainty • Indirect questions • Quantifiers: anything/no one/nothing/ someone/something • Reported commands • Third conditional • Hypothetical past situations

Level 6

• too/either/but • has just • Present perfect: already/yet/since/for • Second conditional • Wishes and hopes: affirmative and negative forms • Comparative and superlative adverbs • not … enough/too much • Direct and indirect speech

Level 5

• used to, all forms • Descriptive clauses • might/can’t/must (for deduction) • Reflexive pronouns • Verb + gerund or infinitive • if clauses • Tag questions • could (for suggestions) • Present perfect, all forms • ever/yet • will/won’t/might/might not be able to • First conditional • Passive

Level 4

• Adverbs of frequency • Definition clauses: that, who • Prepositions: toward, through, beside, across, into, off • could/couldn’t/may/might • Past progressive and past simple • so/because • must/must not/have to/don’t have to • Verbs with two objects • should/shouldn’t • will/won’t (for predictions and promises) • Future: present progressive

Level 3

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• Present tenses with future meaning • Present perfect progressive • Reflexive pronouns • Conditional tenses • Passive • Verb + -ing • I wish … + past tense/conditional • must/might/can’t (for deduction)

Level 6

• Present perfect: ever/never • may/might/could • First conditional • Verbs with two objects • Indirect speech • Indefinite pronouns • Second conditional • Passive • Past perfect • should/shouldn’t

Level 5

• Adverbial phrases with ago • could/couldn’t • used to, all forms • Past progressive, all forms • Comparative and superlative adjectives • too + adjectives • have to/don’t have to • enough • Present perfect, all forms • Defining relative clauses • will (for predictions and decisions)

Level 4

• Object pronouns • Future: going to, all forms • some/any + countable and uncountable nouns • Past simple: was/were, all forms • Common regular and irregular verbs • Past simple: questions and negatives • Question words with the past • Adverbs

Level 3

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• want to • Reflexive pronouns: myself, yourself, himself, etc. • What does it look like? • Present perfect: yet/already/since/for • Past participles with irregular forms • How tall/long/big/far is it? • too/enough + adjectives • Passive • Reported speech • Relative clauses: who, which

Level 6

• which • Why …?/ Because …? • Past simple, all forms • Past progressive, all forms • when/while • look/sound/taste + adjective • Expressing feelings • Future: will, all forms • must/mustn’t/should/shouldn’t • would like • Could you …? (for requests) • Quantifiers: something/someone/ somewhere/anywhere

Level 5

• Adverbs of frequency: always, usually, sometimes, never • Comparative adjectives • Superlative adjectives • Past simple, all forms • too much, too many, enough, not enough • could/couldn’t (for past ability) • Possessive adjectives

Level 4

• Let’s go to/by + verb • Prepositions of place: next to, behind, in front of • some/any + countable and uncountable nouns • Object pronouns • Present progressive, all forms • going to + places • Future: going to, all forms • When’s your birthday? • Preposition in + months of the year • Past simple: was/were, all forms

Level 3

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• Future: will • Present perfect, all forms • Passive voice • Reported statements • Relative clauses: who, which • Present perfect: just/already/ever/ yet/since/for

Level 6

• Past simple, all forms • Future: will/won’t • Adverbs of manner • Past progressive, all forms • Superlative adjectives • Adverbs of time • something/anything/anybody/ anywhere

Level 5

• Present progressive • Adverbs of frequency • Comparative adjectives • Superlative adjectives • Past simple: regular and irregular verbs, all forms • too/enough

Level 4

• Present simple, all forms • Present progressive, all forms • Future: going to, all forms • some/any + countable and uncountable nouns • Past simple: was/were, all forms • Object pronouns • There was/There were, affirmative and questions

Level 3


next stop Amanda Cant, Mary Charrington and Viv Lambert Starters Movers Flyers Next Stop is an innovative, six-level primary series in American English that brings the world to your children and your children to the world. Its unique place-by-place unit structure takes children on an adventure, discovering their immediate world and beyond in order to help make language learning more significant and special. Extensive personalization, high-interest readings, cross-cultural awareness, and values with follow-up discussion points all come together to ensure your children’s language learning is truly motivating and memorable.

For Students Student’s Book Each unit begins with a unique Unit Opener, acting as a visual warmer to the country, language, and topics covered in the unit. Unit Openers offer extra flexibility in the program, allowing teachers to use them in part or in whole depending on their needs. Every Student’s Book unit contains eight fun-filled lessons including activities such as songs, chants, games, fiction story reading and practical craft tasks; a cross-cultural, non-fiction reading lesson and a follow-up lesson based on personalization; and an easy-to-do Stop and Check lesson, which reviews grammar and/or vocabulary from the unit. Reading and pronunciation are supported through an integrated phonics syllabus in every lesson 3.

Workbook Provides extra written, more independent practice of the vocabulary and grammar presented in the Student’s Book. In addition, it includes a spelling feature, projects and activities based around values, and fun games that extend the Stop and Check lesson of the Student’s Book. Each Workbook also provides children with a vocabulary word bank in the form of a pull-out Dictionary.

Student’s CD-ROM Contains interactive homework activities as well as the songs from the Student’s Book that can be played on any CD player. Children can take their Student’s CDROM home, to do their homework, or listen and sing along to their songs again. [Packaged with the Student’s Book]

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For Teachers

Related Resources Macmillan Children’s Readers (p.39) All Told! Readers (p.40) 500 Activities for the Primary Classroom (p.61) Diccionario Macmillan Castillo (p.53)

Teacher’s Edition Includes a reduced version of every Student’s Book page, accompanied by step-by-step teacher’s notes for each activity, a checklist of materials needed for the lesson, the objectives for each lesson, and suggestions for optional extension activities. Every lesson of the Teacher’s Edition comes with extension activities to provide teachers with more material.

Teacher’s Kit Resource CD-ROM Contains a variety of resources and materials to supplement the Student’s Book and the overall program. This multimedia CD-ROM includes Monthly Planners so teachers can see how Next Stop corresponds to the academic year, testing materials, printout templates to aid Student’s Book activities, festival lessons, and PDF worksheets taken from the Student’s CD-ROM that can be assigned as homework for children without access to a computer.

Poster Pack Each level of Next Stop comes with a Poster Pack containing ten posters (85 x 55 cm), one for each unit of the Student’s Book. The posters have been designed for the teacher to use as consolidation tools, focusing on the unit’s vocabulary and grammar. In addition, a special feature called Your World enables the posters to bridge the world beyond the classroom to the world within the classroom.

Contains all the listening exercises in the Student’s Book, including songs, dictations, stories, chants, and phonics work.

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TWIST AND SHOUT

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Viv Lambert Starters Twist and Shout is an exciting six-level primary series in American English. It offers a carefully graded language and skills program, with beautifully illustrated characters that bring English to life, and focused practice to ensure children progress successfully. The series recognizes children’s natural energy and is designed to promote language learning through movement and play. Critical thinking skills, stimulating TPR activities and exciting personalization activities engage all aspects of the child’s development: mentally, physically and emotionally. The course matures with the child, from the artwork and characters, to the types of reading activities, to the way students are expected to react to the values presented, ensuring integrated linguistic and emotional progression.

For Students Student’s Book Contains beautifully illustrated vocabulary presentations and clear grammar explanations. New language is presented in a variety of different, relevant contexts including dialogues, stories and songs. Craft activities and fun communicative games help children feel confident taking their first steps in learning English, while personalization is encouraged throughout. Includes a free Student Twister!

Judges’ comment: “An excellent series of primary education books, clearly laid out and well designed for its intended audience. The overall design, print and construction of the series set it apart from other entries in the category.”

Homework Book Helps children to consolidate what they have learned in class and provides them with the opportunity to improve their listening skills through activities connected to the Audio CD. [Packaged with the Student’s Book]

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Homework Audio CD Features all the songs and stories from the Student’s Book with additional dictation and spelling activities connected to the vocabulary and/or grammar learned in class. [Packaged with the Homework Book] Reduced pages from Twist and Shout Student’s Book 1

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For Teachers

Related Resources Macmillan Children’s Readers (p.39) 500 Activities for the Primary Classroom (p.60) M Tunes (p.58)

Teacher’s Edition Includes clear step-by-step notes for every lesson, bonus teaching features (Warm Ups, Wake Ups, Fast Filler activities, Extend It! suggestions, etc.), and additional photocopiable unit tests. Contains all of the answers for the Student’s Book and Homework Book.

Teacher’s Resource CD Contains longer unit tests, photocopiable festival lessons complete with concise and easy-to-follow teacher’s notes, and photocopiable Project Time activities that extend the Values lessons seen in the Student’s Book. There is a flexible lesson plan framework that the teacher can adapt to suit his or her teaching environment. The Teacher’s Edition in Spanish is also included in electronic format (minus the tests and Student’s Book pages).

Teacher’s Visuals Pack Contains Picture Cards with full-color pictures of the primary vocabulary in each unit on one side and the corresponding word printed on the other. There are Picture Cards for levels 1, 2, 3 and 4, while levels 5 and 6 are supported by Picture Posters, scenes offering contexts for more extensive oral work as well as new language learning and consolidation. Procedural notes on how to use the cards and the posters effectively in class are included. A Teacher Twister is also included in the pack.

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

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Brainstorm

Related Resources Selections (p.25) Macmillan Essential Dictionary (p.54) Ready for PET New Edition (p.37) M Tunes (p.58) Language Games CD-ROM (p.58)

Cheryl Pavlik and Andréa Harries Starters Movers Flyers

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Brainstorm is a six-level American English course that takes young learners from beginner to upper-intermediate level. It combines a brain-friendly, ESL-type approach with strong, controlled grammar support and encourages learners to develop critical thinking skills by engaging with the world around them.

For Students Student Book Contains 12 topic-based units. Reading skills are developed from level 1 and process writing skills from level 3. Sounds Like English lessons in every unit focus on phonics and pronunciation, while Content Connection lessons bring other areas of the curriculum into the English classroom. Creative, investigative and cooperative learning skills are developed through individual and team projects. Includes the Student CD free!

For Teachers Teacher’s Edition Includes reduced Student Book and Language Activity Book pages with detailed teaching notes for both, including grammar explanations for the English on the Brain boxes. Also provides ideas for Warm Ups, Reviews and Unit Reviews, as well as Optional, Extension and Fast Finishers activities. Includes the Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM.

Language Activity Book Provides language practice, support and reference. A strong personalization element throughout the course encourages learners to reflect on their world and their social values.

Student CD Contains songs and key listening material, plus dictation activities and tongue twisters for pronunciation practice. [Packaged with the Student Book]

Selected Reading Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM Includes downloadable and printable resources: unit tests, extra worksheets, vocabulary lists, word cards, a wordsearch generator, detailed grammar explanations, background content and cultural information. Also includes a customizable progress chart and interactive games to download for students. [Packaged with the Teacher’s Edition]

The six levels of Selections follow the scope and sequence of Brainstorm, ensuring continuity and progression for your students. To learn more about Selections, see page 25.

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

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All Aboard! Paul A Davies Starters Movers Flyers

Course components: KET

All Aboard! is a six-level course in American English, guiding children from beginner to intermediate level by means of a well-structured syllabus with communicative teaching methods.

• A topic-based Student Book, with cross-curricular lessons, Self-evaluation pages and a free Student CD • A Workbook containing projects, puzzles, phonics and end-of-unit Challenge pages • Six fiction and six non-fiction Readers, with activities • A Teacher’s Edition with procedural notes, optional activities, teaching tips and a Grammar Reference section • Audio CDs including songs, stories and listening activities • 12 cross-curricular posters per level (60 x 86 cms) • A Resource CD with teaching plans and audioscripts Related Resources Selections (p.25) Anna and the Fighter (p.44) Macmillan School Dictionary (p.54) KET Testbuilder (p.37)

1 2 3 4 5 ISBN Prefix 978-0-333 Workbook 99626-3 99632-4 99638-6 99644-7 99650-8 Teacher’s Edition 99627-0 99633-1 99639-3 99645-4 99651-5 Audio CD 99629-4 99635-5 99641-6 99647-8 99653-9 ISBN Prefix 978-1-4050 Student’s Book with CD 8269-3 8270-9 8271-6 8272-3 8273-0 Posters 1738-1 3085-4 3086-1 3087-8 3088-5 All Told! Readers Fiction 0959-1 0961-4 0963-8 0965-2 0967-6 Non-fiction 0960-7 0962-1 0964-5 0966-9 0968-3

Additional Online Resources: • 72 photocopiable poster worksheets to explore the Posters further and encourage independent learning • One test per unit for each level of the course • An Answer Key for the tests with overlaid answers Download these free materials from Macmillan Club. Visit our website to register: www.macmillan.com.mx

Smile New Edition Gabby Pritchard and Sue Mohamed

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Related Resources Macmillan Foundation Skills (p.35) Diccionario Macmillan Castillo (p.53)

Starters Movers Smile New Edition is a six-level course in American English for children. The gently graded syllabus ensures steady progression, giving a real sense of achievement. Smile New Edition maintains the original features that make Smile so popular, and combines them with new features, such as exciting components which make the course more flexible for a variety of teaching contexts. • A Student’s Book with the cross-curricular My Progress Diary, giving students extra activities and projects to personalize the language • A Student’s CD-ROM with interactive language games and activities • An extended, full-color, Teacher’s Edition, including Placement Tests for levels 1-4, Review Tests and a photocopiable Teacher’s Assessment Sheet. An introductory Games Bank provides a wealth of generic activities that can be adapted to practice different language points. • A Flashcard Pack at levels 1-4, containing full-color, double-sided picture flashcards and corresponding wordcards for vocabulary practice.

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Fantastic! Jane Revell and Carol Skinner Starters Movers Flyers

Related Resources All Told! Readers (p.40) Macmillan Foundation Skills (p.35) Diccionario Macmillan Castillo (p.53) M Tunes (p.58) Teaching Reading Skills (p.61)

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

For Students Student’s Book Fun characters guide students through 10 topic-based units, each with a cross-curricular lesson allowing children to use the target language in a variety of different contexts. A Values box highlights moral values to raise students’ awareness of their social role and responsibilities.

Fantastic Values

Workbook Provides extensive reading and writing practice, as well as personalization opportunities and fun activities.

Offers further activities for each value in the Student’s Book. [Packaged in the Student’s Book]

Student CD Karaoke-style songs and fun tongue twisters. [Packaged with the Student’s Book]

For Teachers

Reading Time Resource 5 posters per level of each Reading Time spread from the Student’s Books. They can be used to practice role-playing and encourage storytelling.

Teacher’s Edition Includes reduced Student’s Book pages, monthly planners, photocopiable Black Line Masters, grammar explanations for the Look and Learn boxes in the Student’s Book, and teaching tips, cultural tips, ideas for warmers and coolers, and ten photocopiable double page tests.

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Class Audio CD Listening activities, songs, chants and dictation work.

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

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Primary Practice with kiwi Julie Kniveton and Angela Llanas Starters Movers Practice with Kiwi is a six-level course for primary schools. Clear, simple and easy to follow, this integrated textbook and workbook gives students an excellent start in the basic structures of English.

Each level of Practice with Kiwi has:

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See Saw

Related Resources Macmillan Children’s Readers (p.39) Diccionario Macmillan Castillo (p.53) 500 Activities for the Primary Classroom (p.60)

Amanda Cant and Kathryn Harper Starters Movers This six-level primary course in American English has a carefully graded vocabulary, grammar and phonics syllabus. Each level takes place in a different fantastical world to capture students’ imagination.

• A Student’s Book promoting the four skills in fun ways with quizzes every two units for children to measure their progress. Student’s Book 1 also includes a free Alphabet Book, with fun writing activities • A Workbook providing extra language practice • An interleaved Teacher’s Edition in full color, with clear teaching notes. Be Resourceful sections contain extra ideas and games, as well as an evaluation and photocopiable test for each unit • An Audio CD with dialogues, vocabulary and grammar models, songs, stories and listening activities • 220 full-color Flashcards • A Song CD with specially commissioned song by award-winning SteveSongs • A Poster Pack containing 12 interactive Posters with poster puppets

1 ISBN Prefix 978-0-333 Student’s Book 1-4050-1420-5 Teacher’s Edition 99879-3 Workbook 99873-1 Audio CD 99891-5 Flashcards (all levels) 99897-7 Song CD (all levels) 99660-7 Poster Pack (all levels) 99654-6

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Bounce Related Resources Macmillan Children’s Readers (p.39) 500 Activities for the Primary Classroom (p.60)

Julie Kniveton and Angela Llanas Starters Bounce is a six-level primary series in American English. The well-balanced, four skills program teaches children in easy steps, providing an enjoyable and comfortable start to English.

For Students Homework Book Provides extra practice, with notes in Spanish so parents can monitor children’s progress. [Packaged with the Student’s Book]

Student CD Contains songs and stories. [Packaged with the Student’s Book]

Student’s Book Beautiful paper cut-out illustrations present new language visually while simple and fun hands-on Word Windows activities aid learning. Includes the two-color Spell with Bounce book, to help children with this difficult area of English.

For Teachers Teacher’s Edition

Song Activity Sheets

Interleaved in full color, with lesson notes for every Student’s Book page. Bounce On sections offer ideas for extra activities and games. [In Spanish]

Monthly Planner CD Provides a course overview and class evaluation chart.

Photocopiable resources and teacher’s notes for use with the Class CDs.

Class CD Black Line Masters Photocopiable worksheets for the Word Window activities.

Spell with Bounce CD

Dictations, vocabulary exercises, dialogues, songs and stories.

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Bounce Posters 30 posters in flip chart format, measuring 90 x 60 cms.

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Selections is a primary reading anthology designed to promote reading for pleasure as a way of developing language knowledge.

Selections’ principal features: • A collection of original children’s literature which will appeal to all readers and tastes. An extensive range of writing styles is used to expose students to a variety of genres, maximizing their understanding and appreciation of the written word • Beautiful artwork and photographs illustrate the texts, bringing adventure stories, poems, practical activities and non-fiction texts to life • A Teacher’s Edition for every level highlights reading strategies to guide students toward effective reading skills, giving them a head start on the path to becoming enthusiastic, independent and lifelong readers • A Class CD for every level includes all the stories and texts in audio format.

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• Present progressive, all forms • can for ability • Adverbs of frequency • Imperatives • Prepositions of place

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Level 2

• Present progressive, all forms • Possessive -’s • Comparative and superlative adjectives • Past simple, all forms • Future: going to • some/any + countable and uncountable nouns • I’d like …/ Would you like …?

• Present simple: be • Question words • There is/There are, some/any • Possessive adjectives • Regular and irregular plurals • can for permission, possibility • Present simple, all forms

Level 1

Megatrends

• Present simple: be, all forms • Possessive & demonstrative adjectives • Prepositions of place • can/can’t for ability • Imperatives • Present simple, all forms • Adverbs of frequency • There is/There are

Level 1

American Inspiration For Teens

• Questions words • Likes and dislikes • Comparative and superlative adjectives • How about …? for suggestions • Past simple: be, all forms • Prepositions of movement • Expressions of time • Past progressive and past simple • Expressing opinions: I think … • can/could for permission, requests • Making offers: Shall I …?/ I’ll … • Future: going to/will all forms • First conditional • have to/must/mustn’t • should/shouldn’t

Level 2

• Present simple: be, all forms • Pronouns • Possessive adjectives • Singular and plural nouns • Question words • can (ability) • Prepositions of time: in, at • There is/There are • Imperatives • Possessive -’s, have got • Present simple • Adverbs of frequency • Countable and uncountable nouns • Present progressive • There was/There were

Level 1

Creative English

Scope & Sequence

• Relative pronoun: who • Present progressive future • must/mustn’t/should/shouldn’t for obligation, suggestion • Adverbs of manner • Future: going to/will, all forms • How much?/How many? • Past progressive and past simple • Reported speech • Comparative and superlative adjectives • Reflexive pronouns • Verb + infinitive (would like to/want to/ would love to)

Level 2

• Present simple: be, all forms • Question words • There is/There are • some/any • Possessive adjectives • Regular and irregular plurals • Present progressive, all forms • can for ability, permission, possibility • Countable and uncountable nouns • Present simple, all forms • Adverbs of frequency • Imperatives • Prepositions of place

Level 1

Mega

• Relative pronouns • so/neither • Present progressive for future reference • Modals: can/could/must/should/have to • Adverbs of manner • too/enough • Future: will/won’t • Present perfect • How much?/How many? • Present and past simple passive • First conditional • Past progressive • Indefinite pronouns: something/anything/ everyone • Reported speech

Level 2

• Present simple: be, all forms • Question words • There is/There are • Possessive pronouns • Present progressive, all forms • can for requests, permission, ability • would like + noun/infinitive • Countable and uncountable nouns • Present simple, all forms • Past simple, all forms • Adverbs of frequency • Comparative and superlative adjectives • Future: going to

Level 1

American Shine

• Present simple vs present progressive • should/shouldn’t • Gerunds • Past simple, all forms • Past progressive • Open conditional: if/when • Future: will/won’t • Adverbs of manner • Present progressive for future • Objective pronouns • Present perfect: just, ever, never • have to/don’t have to/must/mustn’t • Participial adjectives • Infinitive of purpose • Present simple passive

Level 2

• Present simple: be, all forms • Possessive & demonstrative adjectives • Prepositions of place • can/can’t for ability • Imperatives • Present simple, all forms • Adverbs of frequency • There is/There are • Present progressive, all forms • Possessive -’s • Comparative and superlative adjectives • Past simple, all forms • Future: going to • some/any + countable and uncountable nouns • I’d like …/ Would you like …?

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• Subject and object pronouns • Past simple: used to + infinitive • Past simple vs past progressive • Adverbs of manner • Connectors: and, but, because, so, such, both • Present perfect simple: already, since, ever, never, for, yet, just • would like/hope/want + to + infinitive • Will or may for predictions • Past perfect simple • Reported speech • First and second conditional • Passive • Relative pronouns • Expressing reason with because/because of/ so/such

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• Prepositions of place • Adverbs of frequency • Adjectival order • must not vs don’t have to • Past simple clauses of reason: because • Present progressive for future plans and arrangements • First conditional • Present perfect simple: ever, never, or, since • Adverbs of time • Second conditional • may/might/could for possibility

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Level 6

• Second conditional • Present perfect: just/already/yet/ever/never/ for/since • Past perfect • used to + infinitive • Reported statements and questions • have/get something done

• so/too/neither • Question tags • Second conditional • Linking word: however • Present perfect: ever, never, for, since

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Level 5

• Verb/preposition + gerund • Adverbs of degree • so/neither • Modals: must/can’t/could/may/might • Reflexive pronouns • Linking words: however/and/so/because/ although • Future: going to/will/won’t

• Relative pronoun: who • Adverbs of manner • Past progressive vs past simple • Reported speech • Reflexive pronouns • would like/want/would love + to + infinitive • Past simple, all forms

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Level 4

• Adverbs of manner • Present progressive for future • Present perfect: just, ever, never • have to/don’t have to/must/mustn’t • Participial adjectives • Infinitive of purpose • Present simple passive

• Present progressive future • must/mustn’t/should/shouldn’t for obligation, suggestion • Future: will/going to, all forms • How much?/How many? • Comparative and superlative adjectives

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• Present simple vs present progressive • should/shouldn’t • Gerunds • Past simple, all forms • Past progressive • Open conditional: if/when • Future: will/won’t

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• Narrative tenses • Adjective + preposition + -ing • used to/would • Comparison of adverbs • Review of future tenses • Review of modal verbs • Perfect modals • Review of conditionals • I wish …/If only … + past perfect • Review of reported speech • Present simple for future reference • Verb + infinitive/- ing

Level 4

• Present perfect progressive • Reflexive pronouns • Past perfect progressive • so/such • Present progressive passive • Present perfect passive • Future passive • used to • Second conditional • should/ought to/had better • Future modals: will have to/be able to • Future progressive • Future perfect • have something done • Third conditional

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D I R E C T

• Verb + infinitive/gerund • by/for/after/before + gerund • Present perfect progressive: for/since • Past perfect progressive vs past perfect simple • Comparison of adverbs • Result clauses: so/such … that • Adjective order • Future progressive and future perfect • First conditional + if/unless • I wish … / If only … + past simple or past perfect • Past modals: should have/might have, etc. • Question tags • neither … nor/either … or/ both … and • Phrasal verbs • let vs make

Level 4

• Verb/preposition + gerund • Adverbs of degree • so/neither • Modals: must/can’t/could/may/might • Reflexive pronouns • Linking words: however/and/so/because/ although • Future: going to/will/won’t • Second conditional • Present perfect: just/already/yet/ever/never/ for/since • Past perfect • used to + infinitive • Reported statements and questions • have/get something done

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• Present perfect progressive • Past perfect progressive • Past perfect simple • Passive forms in future • Future progressive • Future perfect • Causative: have/get something done • have/get + object + past participle • Comparison of adverbs • Phrasal verbs • Passives formed with modals • I wish …/If only … + past perfect • Reported speech and question forms • Verb + infinitive/- ing

Level 4

• so/too/neither • Indefinite pronouns • Question tags • Present perfect progressive • Passive • used to • Second conditional • Future modals: will have to/ will be able to • Third conditional • Linking word: however • must/could/can’t for present and future predictions • Present perfect: ever, never, or, since

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AMERICAN INSPIRATION

For more information about the Inspiration MPOs see page 59.

Judy Garton-Sprenger and Philip Prowse A1 A2 KET B1 PET B1 PET merit B1+ Pre-FCE American Inspiration is a four-level course taking teenagers from beginner to a high intermediate level. It strikes the balance between teaching grammar and practicing the target language in a communicative context. Although the content is based on life in the United States, the series is completely global in its outlook with plenty of cultural content across all four levels.

For Students Student’s Book Lessons 1-3 present language in context while inductive grammar sections guide students towards working out rules for themselves. The Integrated Skills lesson 4 includes a useful Phrasebook. Inspiration Extra! sessions contain consolidation and extension exercises, as well as creative project work, songs, games, puzzles, tongue twisters and skits. Culture sections build cross-cultural awareness and encourage discussion, while Reviews offer opportunities for revision and self-assessment. There is a Grammar Summary and a self-evaluation based on the Common European Framework of competencies. Includes a free Student’s CD.

For Teachers Teacher’s Edition Includes clear notes for every lesson, warmers, optional and follow-up activities, and additional cultural information, as well as photocopiable vocabulary worksheets for use with the Student’s CD. A Teacher’s Resource section contains photocopiable games and activities. Includes the Teacher’s CD-ROM.

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Contains all of the interactive content of the Student’s CD, plus the Grammar Presentation Posters in electronic format. [Packaged in the Teacher’s Edition]

Test CD Includes short tests on grammar and vocabulary, mediumlength tests on language and integrated skills, a placement test, and mid- and end-of-term tests, all in Word format.

Related Resources Casino Royale (p.48) Macmillan Essential Dictionary (p.54) ACE 2 Exam Preparation (p.36) Ready for PET New Edition (p.37) Inspiration & PET MPOs (p.59)

Workbook Follows the Student’s Book structure with additional exercises including brainteasers, crosswords, a unit-by-unit story; and suggestions for further reading and follow-up work on the internet.

Student’s CD Features interactive vocabulary activities complete with audio and additional dictation activities. The audio can be played on a standard CD player. [Packaged in the Student’s Book]

Grammar Presentation Posters 16 posters per level, designed to help the teacher present grammar points from the series. For more information, see page 62.

Class Audio CD Contains all the listening exercises, vocabulary models, dialogues, songs and texts.

1 2 3 ISBN Prefix 978-970 Student’s Book Pack 650-963-5 650-964-2 650-965-9 Workbook 650-966-6 650-967-3 650-968-0 Teacher’s Pack 809-060-5 809-061-2 809-062-9 Class Audio CD 650-975-8 650-976-5 650-977-2 Grammar Presentation Posters 650-978-9 650-979-6 650-980-2 Test CD (all levels) 809-130-5

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

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Mega Chris Barker and Libby Mitchell A1 A2 KET B1 PET B1 PET merit

Related Resources The Black Cat (p.46) Macmillan School Dictionary (p.54) Macmillan Essential Dictionary (p.54) ACE Exam Preparation (p.36) PET Testbuilder (p.37)

Mega is a four-level secondary course in American English which takes learners from beginner to a high intermediate level. The units are topic-based, have clearly presented aims, and are designed to appeal to young teenage students. The extensive listening component includes important pronunciation work and new language is introduced through dialogues featuring the main characters in each level. The substantial vocabulary input is further practiced in the Fun and Games sections. The user-friendly lesson design and range of flexible components make Mega an exciting course suitable for a variety of contact hours.

Workbook CD

For Students High photographic content and cultural input generate discussion, while crosscurricular classroom activities offer a variety of contexts for language learning. Projects direct students to research on the internet, and Skills Development spreads and reviews facilitate student evaluation.

Workbook Provides additional practice, vocabulary and skills development. See also the Workbook CD.

CD-ROM Uses specially commissioned video and animation as the basis for a range of exciting interactive activities (see page 68 for more information).

For Teachers Teacher’s Edition Contains clear teaching notes and ideas for additional activities.

Class CD Test CD Includes a variety of evaluation materials in Word format, including a placement test and end-of-term tests.

Presentation dialogues, vocabulary and pronunciation practice, and listening comprehension activities.

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American Shine

Related Resources Robin Hood (p.49) Portfolio Readers (p.40) Macmillan Essential Dictionary (p.54) Ready for PET New Edition (p.37) Language Games CD-ROM (p.58)

Judy Garton-Sprenger, Philip Prowse and Luke Prodromou A1 A2 KET B1 PET B1 PET merit B1+ Pre-FCE American Shine is a four-level course for teenage learners of American English, taking them from beginner to upper-intermediate level. A systematic approach to grammar is set within topic-based units focusing on students’ interests.

Activity Book

For Students

Provides extra practice activities.

Student’s Book

Appealing photographic design gives the course a magazine feel. A Grammar File summarizes the grammar within each lesson, a Sound File focuses on sounds and intonation, and Look! boxes highlight key language points. Contains cross-cultural themes with regular review lessons and learner training tips. A serialized story in each unit practices and consolidates language, while Project Pages provide extension activities which encourage student creativity and self-expression.

For Teachers Teacher’s Guide

CD-ROM An interactive learning kit with fun games and a Project Creator.

Audio CD Indispensable listening practice.

Test Disk Ready-made tests.

Offers a clear step-by-step guide to using the course. Interleaved, with extra activities, cultural orientation, and photocopiable tests.

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Portrays the real lives of British and US teenagers, allowing students to make cross-cultural comparisons with their own country. A Video Activity Book accompanies the video.

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Creative English Colin Granger A1 A2 KET B1 PET This four-level course in American English has been developed specially for secondary schools in Latin America. It offers relevant and stimulating material to motivate teenagers and allow them to express their opinions and feelings.

For Students

Related Resources The Hound of the Baskervilles (p.46) Portfolio Readers (p.40) Diccionario Macmillan Castilo (p.53) ACE 2 Exam Preparation (p.36)

Bonus Book

Student’s Book

Contains extra grammar practice, and is independent of teacher’s notes or audio.

Contains integrated Activity Pages, providing extension material with regular progress checks

Resource Pack

For Teachers

72 pages of ideas for dealing with mixed ability classes.

Teacher’s Notes Test CD 11 tests per level.

Reading Worksheets

Extra Photocopiable Activities Audio CD Two CDs per level for listening practice.

16 pages of photocopiable worksheets.

32 pages of photocopiable worksheets for use in class or for homework. 1 ISBN Prefix 978-1-4050 Student’s Pack 6998-4 Teacher’s File 6999-1 Audio CD 6531-3 Test CD 6750-8

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American INSPIRATION for Teens Judy Garton-Sprenger and Philip Prowse

The Student’s Book provides:

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• A Welcome unit with an inspirational Can do... section so students can see what they will be able to achieve • An Integrated Skills lesson, practicing all four skills and promoting learner independence, with a useful Phrasebook section • Inspiration Extra! sessions containing consolidation and extension exercises, creative project work, songs, games, puzzles, tongue twisters and skits to act out • Culture sections building cultural awareness and encouraging discussion • Review lessons, a detailed Grammar Summary and a self-evaluation based on the Common European Framework of competencies • A complete Workbook section, with additional exercises, including brainteasers, crosswords, a unit-by-unit story for extensive reading, and suggestions for further reading and follow-up work on the internet

American Inspiration For Teens is an inspiring new six-level course designed to take teenagers from beginner to intermediate level. It is particularly suitable for mixed ability classes.

The course also offers a Teacher’s Book with answers, photocopiable vocabulary worksheets, a Teacher’s Resource section (containing photocopiable games and activities), and the Teacher’s CD-ROM. There are also Audio CDs with vocabulary models, dialogues, songs and texts.

1 2 ISBN Prefix 978-85 Student’s Book Pack 7418-669-6 7418-670-2 Teacher’s Book Pack 7418-663-4 7418-664-1 Audio CD 7418-675-7 7418-676-4

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Get Set! is a six-level communicative course in American English, designed for teenage students in Latin America.

Special features of the Student’s Book: • • • •

Megatrends is a six-level course taking learners from beginner to intermediate level, and is particularly suitable for mixed ability classes in Latin America. The Student’s Book contains appealing photos to present new language, Culture Spot and Skills Development spreads to extend students’ knowledge, and Just for Fun pages and regular reviews to check progress. It includes an integrated Workbook and free CD!

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

Related Resources The Three Musketeers (p.45) Macmillan Essential Dictionary (p.54) ACE Exam Preparation (p.36) PET MPO (p.59)

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Original Cartoon Stories in levels 1-4 present new language in context Student-evaluated Review Lessons promote learner independence An Interactive Dictionary aids vocabulary learning Multi-cultural and cross-curricular material develops language knowledge

Get Set! also includes a Teacher’s Edition (in Spanish) with Language Practice Exercises with answers, a Verb List and Exams with answers (all photocopiable); Audio CDs; and a Poster Pack. 6 2761-8 2763-2

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CHOICES

Secondary

Dianna Dillon

An exciting new three-level course in American English for secondary schools in Mexico, this challenging and sophisticated series invites students to become active participants in their own learning.

RALLY ON

Manuel Luna and Adriana del Paso

Special features: • Portfolios permit students to create a personalized selection of their favorite work • Project Work offers real-life tasks which transcend the classroom and allow students to work together towards a common goal • Choice Words lists useful vocabulary with tips on how to remember it • The Student CD-ROM includes the course audio plus interactive language games, songs and printable resources

Rally On is a three-level course in American English designed for secondary schools in Mexico. Reflection on language, peer assessment, selfevaluation and project work provide students with the tools to become better learners.

Special features: • • • •

Focus questions in each lesson engage students’ interest in the topic Reflect boxes help students think about and discover new language An Interactive Dictionary helps students record and learn new vocabulary My Project pages raise students’ awareness of their role in the community and the importance of cooperation through teamwork • Grammar References present information on key structures • The Student’s CD-ROM includes karaoke songs, the listening texts from the Student’s Book and fun language games

ISBN Prefix 978-970 1 2 3 Student’s Book 650-428-9 650-429-6 650-430-2 Teacher’s Guide (Spanish) 650-728-0 650-729-7 650-730-3 (The Student’s Book includes the Student CD-ROM.)

ENGLISH CORNER

Angela Llanas, Libby Williams and Mickey Rogers

ISBN Prefix 978-970 1 2 3 Student’s Book 650- 431-9 650- 432-6 650- 433-3 Teacher’s Guide (Spanish) 650- 732-7 650- 733-4 650- 714-3

English Corner is written specially for secondary school students in Mexico. Emphasis on American English for practical, everyday use, an accessible format and dynamic activities promote an exciting learning environment.

(The Student’s Book includes the Student’s CD-ROM.)

Special features:

CHECKMATE New Edition

• The Three Stage Learning Cycle exposes students to authentic situations, inviting them to reflect on language and use it in similar situations • Picture Dictionaries offer beautiful illustrations to bring vocabulary to life • A challenging, interactive Look it up! section guides students in the use of reference materials • Projects offer real-life cooperative assignments which give students a genuine sense of achievement • A handy Language Reference section • Includes a free Student’s Audio CD

Checkmate New Edition (with free Audio CD) is a three-level, full-color workbook in American English for secondary schools in Mexico. It contains a variety of exercises to practice skills, vocabulary and grammar, with a personalized Extension Activity in each lesson. The separate Answer Key with simple Teacher’s Notes make this a complete course.

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

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THE MACMILLAN SECONDARY POSTER PACk 25 color posters (including two games) measuring 88 x 58cm, with activities on the back of each poster. For more information, see page 62.

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Skills & Grammar

Jump Nick Beare and Jeanette Greenwell Starters Movers Flyers

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Key features of the Student’s Book:

A six-level primary course in American English, Jump is ideal as a grammar complement to any primary series, or as a grammar-focused coursebook. Vocabulary is introduced in logical word groups and is constantly recycled.

• Grammar boxes with helpful and clearly presented tips • A unique Spelling Routine provides useful strategies for improving spelling • Two Evaluation Review pages in every unit practice and consolidate grammar and spelling • A Fun Page in every unit encourages children’s imagination through dynamic activities • A Grammar Reference section with clear summaries of the language presented in each level

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Macmillan Foundation Skills Louis Fidge Starters Movers Flyers

An six-level program for developing language skills in primary classrooms or at home.

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Reading Comprehension introduces children to a wide range of fiction, non-fiction and poetry. Each book consists of 20 reading passages followed by carefully graded activities. The Teacher’s Books include comprehensive teaching notes, answer keys, high-frequency word lists and comprehension tests.

Reading keys Miles Craven

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A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 Reading Keys is a flexible, three-level reading comprehension course, helping teenage learners become independent readers. Each book contains 24 topic-based units organized into eight themes, using motivating material from a wide range of sources. Texts can be chosen by topic, genre, reading skill or vocabulary skill. The Student’s Book includes extra Activity Sheets, Key Study Skills Sheets and a Word List as separate sections at the back of the book, while the Teacher’s Guide contains teaching notes and answers.

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ACE EXAM PREPARATION Viviana Curtius and Simon Brewster A2 KET B1 PET B1 PET merit ACE Exam Preparation is a comprehensive course designed for students preparing to take the Anglo Certificate of English (ACE) exams. ACE 1 corresponds to the Common European Framework level A2 Waystage (ALTE level 1), while ACE 2 reaches B1 Threshold level (ALTE level 2). ACE Exam Preparation provides in depth guidance and practice in each section of the exam. In book 1, the four skills have a section each: Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking. Book 2 includes an additional Grammar and Vocabulary section. The course offers the opportunity to work through the Model Tasks and further practice exercises provided for each section. Throughout the course, you will find practical tips and helpful strategies for the different exam exercises, pointing out many language elements which you should be familiar with and may need to review before taking the exam.

Features of ACE 1 & 2 Exam Preparation:

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Exams Ready for... PET New Edition Nick Kenny and Anne Kelly A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Key features:

Ready for PET New Edition is a motivating short course ideal for students planning to take the Cambridge PET exam. The course has been thoroughly updated for the new computer-based PET exam. Ten topic-based units help students develop the skills and confidence needed to pass the PET exam. The course focuses on reading, writing, listening and speaking, and gives students comprehensive advice and extensive practice in all parts of the test. The new CD-ROM with the Student’s Book contains 6 extra practice tests, in the style of the new computer-based PET exam, for students to improve their exam technique. Ideal for use in class and at home.

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(The PET New Edition Student’s Book Packs contain the Student’s Book and the CD-ROM.)

• 10 topic-based units • New CD-ROM with activities and exam practice in the style of the new computer-based PET exam • New Tip boxes with exam advice on how to tackle each question • New examples of students’ writing with examiners’ comments • New practice tests in the back of the Student’s Book • New listening material on the Audio CD • The With key edition provides a full answer key, tapescripts and sample answers for the writing tasks

For more information on MPOs and PET Practice Online, see page 59.

Testbuilder series Sarah Dymond, Nick Kenny and Lucrecia Luque-Mortimer A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Each Testbuilder includes: • Four complete practice tests reflecting exactly the level and types of questions in the exam • Further Practice and Guidance sections containing test-specific exercises to develop exam technique and encourage students to think about what constitutes a correct answer • Focus on common problem areas • A guided analysis of sample answers The Testbuilders come with free accompanying Audio CDs. The With key editions contain a complete answer key with helpful, easy-to-use explanations as to how and why the model answer is right and the others are wrong.

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The Macmillan Testbuilders are designed to improve confidence, exam performance and language competence at the various different Cambridge exam levels: the Key English Test and the Preliminary English Test.

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Readers Macmillan Children’s Readers Starters Movers Flyers

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This fun, cultural and informative series of readers for primary school children offers a great range of fiction and non-fiction titles that reinforce the basic structures and vocabulary found in most primary courses.

Key features of the series: • Activity pages and a Picture Dictionary or Wordlist at the back of each reader • Accompanying Audio CDs are available for levels 1-2, 3-4 and 5-6, giving children a chance to listen as well as read the stories • Fact files and topical fictional stories in the upper levels to motivate older children Reduced pages from Real Monsters/The Princess and the Dragon

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Selections is a primary reading anthology designed to promote reading for pleasure as a way of developing language knowledge. The series plays an important role in fostering literacy and language development in students as readers, speakers and listeners. Selections follows the scope and sequence of Brainstorm (see page 20), but can also be used with any medium to high level primary course, or as a stand-alone reading course. For more information about Selections, see page 25.

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These 12 fun readers have been written specially for All Aboard! (see page 21), but can be used to supplement any primary course. A fiction and non-fiction reader per level are linked thematically, and the content has been carefully developed for young learners to promote a positive attitude towards reading.

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Portfolio Readers Susan Holden

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This series presents factual topics in a stunning magazine format. Its cross-curricular nature makes it easy to integrate school subjects with English language learning. Developing students’ intercultural awareness with articles and projects, Portfolio Readers offer challenging insights into modern culture and ask students to compare other cultures with their own.

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A Word File glossary on each page, with common American and British English differences Check It Out pages provide a checklist of specialist language, plus useful websites Mini-projects and Investigation Points encourage readers to research further A Projects section provides ideas for more extensive projects A fun Quiz page gives more opportunities for discovery

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Key features:

• 12 new readers for 2009 including exciting titles like The Three Musketeers, Princess Diana and Bridget Jones’s Diary • Six carefully graded levels from starter to upper-intermediate, so your students get the right reading material for their ability • A prestigious list of contemporary and classic authors • A free Audio CD and eight pages of additional Extra Exercises in selected titles • Free support materials for each title online – Worksheets, Worksheet Answer Keys, Projects and Movie Tie-ins • Author Data Sheets for teachers and students who want to find out more about the writers represented in our list • A revised edition of the free teacher’s booklet Using Graded Readers in the Classroom • A completely new section for Students on our website, including a Readers Bookclub and Webquest! All our supplementary materials are available in hard copy and on our website: www.macmillanenglish.com/readers

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Around the World in Eighty Days

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Phileas Fogg makes a bet with his friends that he can travel around the world in 80 days. This is the wonderful story of Phileas’ adventures as he travels from country to country with his servant Passepartout.

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College ends, and Rick and Jen join their friends at the beach to swim. Jen doesn’t realise that the new friend she meets will soon save their lives.

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Gulliver’s Travels in Lilliput

By Clare Harris

By Jonathan Swift

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When Gulliver’s ship, The Antelope, sinks in the Far East, he is forced to swim to the strange, miniature land of Lilliput, where he is held a prisoner! In order to escape, Gulliver must befriend and learn the language of the tiny people of Lilliput.

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Lia and Jay’s grandmother is old and in poor health. She asks her family to fetch water from the well. But the journey to the well is dangerous. There is smoke and fire. Why does Grandmother want water from the well? What will Lia and Jay find there?

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Anna and the Fighter By Elizabeth Laird

Anna is making her first trip alone by train, to visit her aunt. She is nervous and excited. The journey is long and tiring and she falls asleep. She wakes up to find that she has missed her station and that she is sharing the train compartment with a dio CD dangerous-looking man.

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A classic love story which was first published in 1847. Numerous plays, films and television adaptations have been made of this great novel.

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By Gaston Leroux, translated and retold by Stephen Colbourn

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The singers and dancers at the Opera House are frightened. They have seen a stranger behind the stage: a masked man.

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A sympathetic and informative description of the life of Britain’s most famous princess. Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer’s wedding was watched by millions of people around the world. But their fairy-tale marriage was not to last and Diana’s life would be cut short by a terrible car crash. Includes photographs and details of Diana’s favourite charities.

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A Tale of Two Cities

By Charles Dickens, retold by Stephen Colbourn

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A romantic tragedy set against the background of the French Revolution. The story has been the source of a number of film adaptations.

This is London Philip Prowse

A guide to London past and present. From markets and shops, architecture and sightseeing to restaurants and nightlife. Illustrated with photographs, maps and up-to-date advice and information.

The Three Musketeers

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The Canterville Ghost and Other Stories

By Oscar Wilde, retold by Stephen Colbourn

The Black Cat By John Milne

Three short stories by one of the most popular writers of the nineteenth century.

Salahadin El Nur is an inspector in the Antiquities Department of the Egyptian police. When a European archaeologist dies, Salahadin looks for a priceless statuette. He is soon on the trail of a gang of international smugglers.

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By Mary Shelley, retold by Margaret Tarner

Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

By Robert Louis Stevenson, retold by Stephen Colbourn

The classic story of the ambitious scientist who wants to create human life, with tragic consequences.

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The Legends of Sleepy Hollow and Rip Van Winkle By Washington Irving, retold by Anne Collins

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Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson investigate the strange death of Sir Charles Baskerville. Is there really a curse on the family? A huge dog, destroying the Baskervilles one by one?

Two dark comedies with ghost/ mystery themes set around the period of the American War of Independence.

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By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, retold by Stephen Colbourn

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By Johnston McCulley, retold by Anne Collins

The Picture of Dorian Gray By Oscar Wilde, retold by F. H. Cornish

This classic adventure comedy has become the basis for short stories, films, popular television series and cartoons, all featuring the people’s hero with the flashing sword – Zorro!

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Basil Hallward has painted a picture of a young man he admires: Dorian Gray. Dorian is angry because he will grow old and the picture will stay the same. He wishes that the picture would age instead of him.

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The Princess Diaries: Book 1 By Meg Cabot, retold by Anne Collins

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Mia Thermopolis lives with her mother in New York. One day her life changes forever as she discovers that she is the Princess of Genovia. But Mia doesn’t want to be a princess or live in Europe. She wants to be a normal teenage girl.

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The Princess Diaries: Book 2

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As if the fact that her mother is marrying her algebra teacher isn’t bad enough, Mia then manages to announce the engagement on live television. Soon Mia’s mother and her fiancé go missing… And to add to her problems, Mia finds herself falling in love with her best friend’s brother, Michael.

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The Stranger

By Norman Whitney

White Fang

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White Fang, half-dog, half-wolf, is raised in the wild but soon becomes the property of Gray Beaver, a Yukon Indian. Knowing only the cruelty of man and the violence of nature, White Fang becomes the most savage and wild of dogs, until he is rescued by kindness.

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A dark and handsome stranger opens a shop in the quiet village of Woodend. Anna begins to wonder about the people who visit Dave Slatin’s shop. What do they buy and what exactly is behind the door marked Special Orders Only? At first, Anna finds Dave exciting and attractive but soon she becomes very frightened.

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I, Robot

By Isaac Asimov

By Ian Fleming, retold by John Escott When Bond defeats Le Chiffre, a powerful Russian agent, in a game of cards, he believes his mission is over. But Le Chiffre has other ideas.

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream

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Daisy Miller

A masterpiece by the great American realist Henry James. Daisy Miller is the story of an innocent girl’s search for love and recognition in a society where respectable behaviour counts for everything.

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Diamonds are Forever By Ian Fleming, retold by John Escott

Nelson Mandela By Carl W. Hart

Nelson Mandela was born in a remote African village but became the most influential African leader in history. This Reader charts Mandela’s journey from childhood to ANC activist, then describes his release after 27 years’ imprisonment by the South African government, his role in ending Apartheid and his eventual inauguration as the first black president of South Africa.

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By Ambrose Bierce, retold by Stephen Colbourn

By Thomas Hardy, retold by John Escott

Eight stories by the famous American journalist and writer, Ambrose Bierce. es and Au

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By Meg Cabot, retold by Anne Collins

By Johanna Spyri

How can Mia break up with Kenny, the boyfriend she doesn’t love? And how can she win the heart of Michael, the boy she dreams about?

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Heidi

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One of Thomas Hardy’s greatest novels, Far from the Madding Crowd tells the story of the life and loves of the brave and beautiful Bathsheba Everdene.

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Owl Creek Bridge and Other Stories

Far from the Madding Crowd

When Heidi goes to live with her bad-tempered and lonely grandfather, Uncle Alp, in his hut on the mountain, everyone thinks that her stay will make them both unhappy. But Heidi soon makes new friends and grows to love her new life. Then her aunt Detie arrives and insists that Heidi must go to Frankfurt. Heidi and her grandfather are heartbroken. Will Heidi ever return to the mountain?

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Recommended for older readers.

By William Shakespeare, retold by Rachel Bladon

William Shakespeare’s romantic comedy about love and marriage. When four young lovers get lost in the forest, the fairies that live there play jokes on them – turning love into hate and hate into love.

By Henry James, retold by Rachel Bladon

Bond is sent to investigate a dangerous diamond smuggling gang which is run by the American mafia. The story begins in Africa, moves to London and then to Las Vegas. There Bond and the beautiful Tiffany Case must escape the fury of the gang’s leaders, the evil Spang brothers.

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1) A robot must not harm a human. And it must not allow a human to be harmed. 2) A robot must obey a human’s order, unless that order conflicts with the First Law. 3) A robot must protect itself, unless this protection conflicts with the First or Second Laws. Handbook of Robotics, 2058 A.D.

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The Princess Diaries 4 By Meg Cabot, retold by Anne Collins

Selected Stories by D. H. Lawrence

Mia’s first official visit to Genovia has been a success, and she’s finally going out with Michael, the boy she loves. Everything is going well until Grandmere decides that Michael is not the boy for Mia.

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By D. H. Lawrence, retold by Anne Collins

Four stories by one of the greatest writers of twentieth-century English literature.

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The young Robinson Crusoe ignores his father’s advice and decides to become a sailor. But Crusoe is soon caught up in violent storms and finds himself shipwrecked on a remote island where he must live for the next 28 years.

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By Daniel Defoe, retold by Salma Gabol

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Robinson Crusoe

The murder of Angela Hathall, in her own home, was extremely well-planned. The only clue to her murderer is a single fingerprint with an L-shaped scar. The detective in charge of the case, Reg Wexford, believes that Angela’s husband Robert Hathall killed his wife. Why isn’t Hathall more upset, and why does he quickly move away to London? But there are two questions which trouble Wexford even more: who is the mysterious woman Wexford is sure Hathall is seeing? Does she have an L-shaped scar on her finger?

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By Anne Brontë, retold by Margaret Tarner

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By William Shakespeare, retold by Rachel Bladon Shakespeare’s story of the tragic lovers Romeo and Juliet, is as relevant and popular now as it was over 400 years ago.

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The Treasure of Monte Cristo

Written as a playscript, this reader includes original extracts from Romeo and Juliet.

By Alexandre Dumas, retold by John Escott

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The tale of the imprisonment and escape of Edward Dantes, taken from the classic novel The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas.

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L. Frank Baum’s classic story of Dorothy’s adventures in the land of Oz.

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Mary Lennox arrives from India to live with her uncle in Yorkshire. She is lonely and unwanted. Left alone, she has nothing to do but explore the large house and its grounds. Then one day, she finds a secret garden. For the first time Mary has something to care for, and as the garden begins to flourish, no one’s life is left untouched.

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The classic folk tale of Robin Hood and his band of merry men, who rob from the rich to give to the poor.

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Macmillan Readers Intermediate level

Emma

By Jane Austen, retold by Margaret Tarner One of Jane Austen’s finest works, Emma is the story of a wealthy and beautiful girl whose favourite hobby is match-making. But when she tries to bring her friend Harriet together with Mr Elton, a young preacher, the results are disastrous.

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By Helen Fielding, retold by Anne Collins

Recommended for older readers.

By F. Scott Fitzgerald, retold by Margaret Tarner Nick Carraway rents a house on Long Island. The house next door is owned by the fabulously rich and handsome Jay Gatsby. Nick’s cousin Daisy is beautiful and unhappily married. Nick soon finds himself caught between the lovers.

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By Charles Dickens

When David Copperfield’s father dies, his mother is forced to marry Edward Murdstone, a cruel and domineering man. David’s early life is one of poverty and hardship. Finally the young boy runs away to Dover and takes refuge with a lost aunt.

Hamlet

By William Shakespeare, retold by Margaret Tarner Shakespeare’s famous story of the young Prince Hamlet’s journey into despair and revenge after learning that his uncle is his father’s murderer.

Dracula

By Bram Stoker, retold by Margaret Tarner

This Reader is written as a playscript and includes original extracts.

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“Welcome to my house,” he said. “Enter Castle Dracula, Mr. Harker.” As I stepped inside, Count Dracula took hold of my arm. He was terribly strong and his hand was as cold as ice.

King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table

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Bond is sent to Jamaica to investigate the sudden disappearance of the island’s Governor. 007 suspects there is a link to Dr No, the owner of a remote island. There have been strange deaths on the island, which the local people blame on a mysterious and terrifying dragon.

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By Ian Fleming, retold by Anne Collins

When Arthur pulls the sword from the stone, he becomes king of Logres. Arthur chooses the beautiful Guinevere to be his queen and builds a castle at Camelot, where he is joined by the famous Knights of the Round Table. Their adventures include slaying dragons, rescuing maidens and fighting the spells of Arthur’s half-sister, the cruel sorceress Morgana.

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David Copperfield

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The Great Gatsby

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Helen Fielding’s story of the loveable Bridget and her struggles with men, weight, cigarettes and wine, was made internationally famous by the film starring Hugh Grant and Renée Zellweger. You’ve seen the film, now read the Reader!

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Readers A Kiss Before Dying

By Ira Levin, retold by F. H. Cornish

The Pearl

A young man, finding out that his girlfriend is pregnant, cold-bloodedly changes his plans to marry into a wealthy industrialist family. Throughout his life he has used his intelligence, striking good looks and violent strength to achieve what he wants. He will not be stopped now.

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Meet Me in Istanbul By Richard Chisholm

Touching the Void

An adventure thriller set in Turkey. Tom Smith flies to Istanbul to join his fiancée for a holiday. But Angela fails to meet him that night as arranged and she is not at her apartment. Then Tom hears that Angela was killed in a driving accident a week ago.

By Joe Simpson

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By Thomas Hardy, retold by John Escott

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Shylock lends money to the merchant Antonio but the stakes are high. When Antonio cannot pay him back, Shylock demands a terrible punishment…

Wuthering Heights

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“Heathcliffe and Cathy became wilder and wilder. They listened to no-one.” Emily Brontë’s only novel, the passionate and violent story of the Earnshaw and Linton families, has become one of the most popular in British fiction.

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By Emily Brontë, retold by F. H. Cornish

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When Tess Durbeyfield travels to find her rich relatives, she is pursued and violently attacked by the ruthless Alec d’Urberville. A series of tragic events unfolds, in which Tess’s honest nature dooms her never to escape her past.

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By Jane Austen, retold by Margaret Tarner

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Sense and Sensibility

The true story of Joe Simpson and Simon Yates’s climb up the mountain Siula Grande. When Joe breaks his leg high on the mountain, he knows that he will probably die. But Simon is determined to help his friend and resolves to lower him down the mountain on a rope. The plan seems to be going well, but then disaster strikes. Touching the Void is a gripping story of human courage and the will to survive.

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Macmillan Readers upper-Intermediate level

Moby Dick

By Herman Melville Ishmael and his friend join the crew of the whaling ship The Pequod, unaware that its captain, the mysterious Ahab, is out for revenge. His plan is to pursue and kill the vicious white whale Moby Dick, and no one can stop him.

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The Grapes of Wrath

By John Steinbeck, retold by Margaret Tarner Steinbeck’s most powerful novel describes the lives of a homeless farming family as they travel across America in the Great Depression of the 1930s. Every step of the way, the family face hardship and hostility as they struggle to survive in a country where kindness seems to no longer exist.

Of Mice and Men

By John Steinbeck, retold by Martin Winks

One windy evening, 8-year old Pip meets an escaped convict. Shortly afterwards, he visits the strange Miss Havisham, who tells Pip he has great expectations. dio CD

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By Richard Prescott Colin Fenton and his wife run a computer software company which is £10,000 in debt. A chance meeting in a pub offers Colin an opportunity to solve all his problems quickly, but he loses the gamble and subsequently his identity. Is he officially dead?

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When the young and beautiful Dorothea Brooke marries the aging scholar Edward Casaubon, the people of Middlemarch believe that no good will come of it. Dorothea quickly grows unhappy and bored. Then she begins a sensitive friendship with Casaubon’s young cousin, Will Ladislaw.

The heroine meets and falls in love with Maxim de Winter, a rich Englishman whose wife has recently died under tragic circumstances. Maxim proposes to her and they return to live in Manderley, his beautiful house. But Rebecca, Maxim’s first wife, still dominates him and the house.

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L. A. Movie

Another mystery for Lenny Samuel... The private eye is hired to investigate threats made to a famous film actress. Lenny joins the film crew on location in Hollywood, Buenos Aires and Istanbul as he tries to stay out of trouble and solve the case.

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The tragic story of George and Lennie, who move from one farm to another looking for work. George is clever but Lennie’s size and slowness are always getting him into trouble. One day the two men get a job on a farm and things are going well until they meet the unhappy wife of the farm foreman, Curley. Then Curley’s wife tries to befriend Lennie...


Diccionario Macmillan Castillo

Dictionaries

Starter A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 The Diccionario Macmillan Castillo is based on a corpus which includes spoken and written English, as well as Macmillan and Castillo primary and secondary level textbooks. This broad base gives students instant access to key subject area vocabulary as well as the most important and frequently used words in general spoken and written English. When an English language learner looks up a word in the dictionary, it is not enough for them to find its translation and grammatical information. It’s absolutely essential that they understand the linguistic and social context in which the word is used. The dictionary gives students information on how, when and where to use the defined words, and warns them of typical native-Spanish speaker mistakes. The Diccionario Macmillan Castillo is an essential tool for English language learners who are native Spanish speakers.

The CD-ROM contains the complete dictionary in electronic format, with additional search features, illustrations, animations, sound effects, and American and British English pronunciations, including a pronunciation practice facility.

ISBN Prefix 978-970 Paperback with CD-ROM 650-622-1

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¡Corre la voz! Spread the word!

Key features: • Over 70,000 headwords, expressions and examples • Includes 3000 red words – the most frequent and important words used in everyday English • Focuses specifically on the Spanish-speaking student learning English: a) the English-Spanish section focuses on helping students to decode language they’re exposed to when reading or listening b) the Spanish-English section focuses on the language the student will need to produce • Includes special explanations and information boxes on common errors frequently made by native Spanish speakers • Uses menus when a word has multiple meanings so the user can quickly identify the meaning they’re looking for and can go directly to that definition • Highlights the main translation in red when a word has several translations, for easy identification • Includes 16 pages of full-color illustrations • Includes 25 pages of practical information (Sección de consulta) for Spanish speakers studying English, from a phrase book section to ‘preparing your resume’

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Macmillan school Dictionary A 1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 A two-color dictionary for intermediate level students containing all the words you need for studying in English. The CD-ROM and Website won the English-Speaking Union’s President’s Award in 2004.

ISBN Prefix 978-1-4050 Paperback 1342-0 CD-ROM 5710-3

Key features: • Special emphasis on school subject vocabulary • Helpful Reference section containing information on the periodic table, irregular verbs, pronunciation, geographical names and nationalities • Information on grammar patterns, collocations, phrases and phrasal verbs • Information on spelling • Help boxes on word families, synonym sets and vocabulary building • Clear, simple definitions using a restricted defining vocabulary • Menus for words with five or more meanings for easy navigation The CD-ROM combines the full text of the dictionary with pronunciation practice, activities, illustrations, sound effects, photographs, animations and useful search facilities.

Macmillan Essential Dictionary A 1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 This essential dictionary offers invaluable support for the intermediate learner of the English language.

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Macmillan English Dictionary Features of the CD-ROM:

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The English Dictionary CD-ROM contains the whole of each dictionary in electronic format, including additional search features, illustrations, and American and British English pronunciations, with a practice record and play back facility. American British ISBN Prefix 978-0-333 Hardback with CD-ROM 96671-6 96667-9 Paperback with CD-ROM 96672-3 96668-6

A 1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 This two-color dictionary of phrasal verbs contains unique features to help students grasp this challenging and essential area of the English language.

Key features:

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• Clear explanations of how to use every phrasal verb, using grammar patterns and examples • Collocation boxes list the words phrasal verbs typically occur with • The most frequent phrasal verbs are highlighted in red and graded with stars • Menus in entries with five or more meanings

• An index of single-word equivalents enables learners to find phrasal verbs by starting with single-word verbs which they already know • A Language Study section contains help with pronunciation, register, grammar and metaphorical uses of phrasal verbs • Over 100 two-color cartoon illustrations • Thousands of examples and hundreds of synonyms and antonyms

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M Tunes Starters Movers Flyers KET An innovative six-level musical, multimedia experience for primary students, with five different multimedia components per level: CD-ROMs Five fully-interactive language activities per song, designed to practice and improve key skills, vocabulary and grammar. Videos Ten action-packed music videos per level, where students can follow the lyrics on screen and sing along! The accompanying Video Activity Book is full of activities to reinforce learning. Audio CDs Ten songs per CD, following a structured language syllabus to help students learn grammar, improve fluency and build vocabulary. The accompanying photocopiable Song Activity Book contains the lyrics and a wide range of listening activities.

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MACMILLAN PRACTICE ONLINE Macmillan Practice Online is a new online practice environment to support and enhance classroom and textbook-based courses. Some MPO courses are designed to accompany best-selling print courses such as American Inspiration. Others have been created as freestanding resources that can be used effectively with any textbook at CEF levels A2-C2, or to provide examination practice. Accessible anywhere with an Internet connection, each course contains up to 200 individual interactive exercises comprising language and vocabulary exercises, listening and pronunciation practice, web projects and games. Students are given immediate feedback and their results are recorded in their mark book. All courses have been carefully designed by experienced ELT teachers to ensure that the activities are exactly the right level and that progression is well paced through the course. PET Practice Online A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 Tailored to PET, the widely recognized intermediate level general English exam, this online course is carefully designed to improve students’ exam performance and increase their language competence. Students of all ages preparing for PET can build on their confidence by practicing the skills they need for the test, either in class or at home. There are over 100 resources comprising grammar, language, vocabulary, listening and writing practice for the PET exam. For more information about the PET exam, see page 37. Reference Code Prefix 11-2009 PET Practice Online 03-0050-3

Inspiring learners, enhancing teaching Key features: • Provides great online learning resources that inspire students and improve results • Supports classroom teaching and works alongside existing textbooks • Frees teachers to spend more time on productive skills training in the classroom while students practice online out of class • Lets students access comprehensive grammar support and the award-winning Macmillan English Dictionary online (see page 55) • Over 450 Grammar Reference Units comprise short exercises and reference material (either in words or animation) to exemplify and practice all areas of ELT grammar • Users can bookmark any resources they wish to revisit, build and categorize useful Wordlists, and add links to favorite websites

CEF Practice Online A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 Designed to be used independently or as a supplement to any CEF level A2-C2 coursebook, these online courses are available in both American and British English. There are 32 syllabus items and an average of 241 resources per CEF level, comprising language, grammar and vocabulary exercises, listening and pronunciation practice, web projects and language tests. Syllabus items focus on selected grammar points, topics and Can do… statements. A2 B1 Reference Code Prefix 11-2009 CEF (American English) 03-0063-3 03-0064-0 CEF (British English) 03-0058-9 03-0059-6

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A1 A2 KET B1 PET B1 PET merit B1+ Pre-FCE The perfect tool for teenagers who are equally at home working on the internet or in the classroom, Inspiration and American Inspiration Practice Online courses offer supplementary practice and homework resources matching the scope and sequence of the award-winning Inspiration courses (see page 28).

There are 12 syllabus items corresponding to the 8 units of the book and including 4 progress checks. On average, there are 192 resources per level, comprising language, grammar and vocabulary exercises, listening and pronunciation practice, language tests and games. Levels 3 and 4 also include writing support. Students’ progress is recorded by the automatic Markbook feature. 1 Reference Code Prefix 11-2009 American Inspiration 03-0079-4 Inspiration 03-0080-0

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Macmillan BOOKS for teachers Uncovering CLIL

Peeter Mehisto, Maria-Jesus Frigols and David Marsh Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) refers to methodologies in which an additional language is used as a medium for the teaching of non-language content. Uncovering CLIL is a guide for both language and subject teachers to the methodologies and techniques involved in CLIL teaching. Packed with practical ideas and suggestions about what works in the classroom, 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.

Uncovering EAP Sam McCarter and Phil Jakes

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

Blended Learning Pete Sharma and Barney Barrett

The ideal companion for teachers interested in using technology in the language classroom, Blended Learning provides an overview of the technology currently available. It combines basic information for the technological novice with sophisticated ideas for using technology in the classroom.

Children Learning English Jayne Moon

Children bring to their English lessons many special characteristics and a natural curiosity about the world. This book helps teachers to observe and use the natural learning strengths of their pupils, while reflecting on and learning from their own experience.

Discover English

Rod Bolitho and Brian Tomlinson This text highlights and explores selected areas of grammar and vocabulary with exercises and commentaries.

Beyond the Sentence

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Scott Thornbury

Scott Thornbury takes discourse apart to show how it is structured and how we use these structures in comprehending meanings. More importantly, he shows how insights into discourse affect our work as language teachers, and how to transform theories into practical classroom activities.

Learning Teaching New Edition Jim Scrivener

A no-nonsense handbook for practicing ELT teachers, packed with practical and immediately usable activities.

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Methodology Sound Foundations New Edition Adrian Underhill

This detailed book on phonology shows how sounds are physically made, and offers creative and practical classroom activities to help improve your students’ pronunciation. It comes with a free Audio CD, and a Chart is also available, with a guide.

Teaching Practice

Roger Gower, Diane Phillips and Steve Walters A reference book for EFL teachers in training. This edition takes into account current Cambridge & RSA CELTA assessment guidelines.

Teaching Reading Skills

Uncovering Grammar

Christine Nuttall

Scott Thornbury

Christine Nuttall examines the skills required to read effectively and suggests classroom strategies for developing reading skills and testing reading.

This book challenges the traditional view of grammar as a thing to be learned, suggesting that it is more like a process that emerges. It shows how to create the right conditions for students to uncover grammar.

500 Activities for the Primary Classroom Carol Read

This book is the answer to that perennial question of “What can I do with my class tomorrow?” Aimed at teachers of children from 3-12 years this is a lively, varied compendium of ideas and classroom activities.

700 Classroom Activities

David Seymour and Maria Popova

ISBN Prefix 978-1-4050 Beyond the Sentence Children Learning English Discover English Learning Teaching (New Edition) Sound Foundations (New Edition) Teaching Practice Teaching Reading Skills Uncovering Grammar 500 Activities for the Primary Classroom 700 Classroom Activities

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ISBN Prefix 978-0-230 Blended Learning Uncovering CLIL Uncovering EAP

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This easy-to-use reference book provides 700 classroom-tested activities that can be used with students of all levels. The activities are organized into four clear sections: conversations, functions, grammar and vocabulary.

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Macmillan Early Learners Photo Cards 210 Photo Cards providing photographic images of key vocabulary items in the Best Buddies and Hats On courses (see pages 6-9). They can be used to introduce vocabulary, and also in a variety of languagebased games and activities in any preschool course.

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Reference Code Prefix 11-2009-04 Photo Cards 0009-8

Twist and Shout Teacher’s Visuals Pack Contains 256 Picture Cards for levels 1-4 (approx. 21 x 15cm) with full-color pictures of the principal vocabulary in each unit on one side and the corresponding word printed on the other. 18 Picture Posters for levels 5-6, measuring 60 x 42cm, offer scenes with contexts for more extensive oral work, as well as new language learning and consolidation. Procedural notes on how to use the ISBN Prefix 978-970 visuals effectively in class are included. Teacher’s Visuals Pack 650-791-4

The Macmillan Secondary Poster Pack 25 full-color Posters (88 x 58cm) in a convenient, compact pack measuring 44 x 29cm, designed to give students further practice in oral and writing skills. Teachers can use them to review language or to assess students’ progress. • A wide variety of topics based on essential English learning themes for secondary students • Attractive full-color artwork and photos • Helpful suggestions for extra classroom activities on the back of each poster, labeled according to level of difficulty and activity type (presentation, task or evaluation ideas)

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Each level of Next Stop comes with a Poster Pack containing ten posters, one per unit. The posters are designed to consolidate vocabulary and grammar. In addition, a special feature called Your World enables the posters to bridge the world beyond the classroom to the world within the classroom. Children can stick pictures of real items from their world onto the posters to reinforce learned language in the classroom. There is also a list of additional ways to use the posters included in each pack. Reference Code Prefix 11-2009-04 1 2 3 4 5 6 Poster Pack 0012-8 0013-5 0014-2 0015-9 0016-6 0017-3

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Due to the range and flexibility of the activities, the posters can easily be adapted and included in any part of the lesson. The Macmillan Secondary Poster Pack is specifically designed for learners of English in Mexico and Latin America.

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American Inspiration Grammar Presentation Posters 64 Posters (16 per level, or two per unit) measuring 60 x 90cms, are designed to help the teacher present different grammar points from each unit. Each point is demonstrated using tables, short example sentences, simple line drawings and prompts for students to use in developing their own sentences. The back of each poster includes a brief procedure for use in class. The Grammar Presentation Posters are included in electronic format on the Teacher’s CD-ROM (see page 28). ISBN Prefix 978-970 Grammar Presentation Posters

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Director de Proyecto y Edición: Kathryn Ellett Diseño y Formación: Imagen Con Tacto (Gabriel Berrón, Sandra Poceros) Fotografías: Gabriel Berrón (portada y contraportada) Impresor:

Title & Author Index

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A ACE Exam Preparation Viviana Curtius and Simon Brewster All Aboard! Paul A Davies All Told! Readers American Inspiration Judy Garton-Sprenger and Philip Prowse American Inspiration Grammar Presentation Posters American Inspiration for Teens Judy Garton-Sprenger and Philip Prowse American Inspiration MPO American Shine Judy Garton-Sprenger, Philip Prowse and Luke Prodromou

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Checkmate New Edition Armando David Andrade, José Manuel Villafuerte and Adriana del Paso Children Learning English Jayne Moon Choices Dianna Dillon Common European Framework MPO Creative English Colin Granger

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D Diccionario Macmillan Castillo Diccionario Macmillan Castillo CD-ROM Discover English Rod Bolitho and Brian Tomlinson

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M Macmillan Books for Teachers Macmillan Children’s Readers Macmillan Early Learners Photo Cards Macmillan English Dictionary Macmillan English Dictionary CD-ROM Macmillan Essential Dictionary Macmillan Essential Dictionary CD-ROM Macmillan Foundation Skills Louis Fidge Macmillan Phrasal Verbs Plus Macmillan Readers Macmillan School Dictionary Macmillan Secondary Poster Pack Mega Chris Barker and Libby Mitchell Megatrends Chris Barker, Libby Mitchell and Olivia Johnston MPO M Tunes

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Peekaboo Mary Charrington and Charlotte Covill PET MPO PET Testbuilder Lucrecia Luque-Mortimer Portfolio Readers Susan Holden Practice with Kiwi Julie Kniveton and Angela Llanas

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R Rally On Manuel Luna and Adriana del Paso Reading Keys Miles Craven Ready for PET New Edition Nick Kenny and Anne Kelly

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S See Saw Amanda Cant and Kathryn Harper Selections Smile New Edition Gabby Pritchard and Sue Mohamed Sound Foundations New Edition Adrian Underhill Squeeze Adriana del Paso, Idolina Camargo, Giselle Lobo and Myriam Monterrubio

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Teaching Practice Roger Gower, Diane Phillips and Steve Walters Teaching Reading Skills Christine Nuttall Testbuilders Tip Top Verónica Díaz Twist and Shout Viv Lambert Twist and Shout Teacher’s Visuals Pack

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