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Macmillan Education English Language Teaching Catalogue 2012

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Welcome to Macmillan Education ELT Catalogue 2012 My mum’s going to like this, a photo of me in the front of our catalogue! She’s always proud of what I do and I’m incredibly proud to work for Macmillan. I’m lucky to work with hundreds of professionals who, like me, have been teachers and educators and bring hands-on experience to what we publish. If people say one thing about Macmillan it’s that we are helpful (and friendly!); I hear it all the time from you at conferences and online. And we pop up everywhere! You can talk to us 24 hours a day on social media sites. We do listen and we try hard to get things right, from creating new coursebooks to developing online resources. It’s creative ideas and constructive feedback fuelled by teachers like you that keep us on the right track. You’ll see this feedback, I hope, in the variety of publishing and resources that we unveil for 2012. Materials that stretch from the start of the language journey through to the focused materials needed at school and university, right up to developing skills for adult, vocational and business areas. Learning is changing. We can’t miss the cry for more digital materials and our response is with new classroom presentation tools and no fuss online practice; just because it’s ‘digital’ doesn’t mean it has to be complicated. And for those teachers and students on the move our range of apps and eBooks are really innovative new steps for us. And there’s so much that we do to develop materials for specialised markets. Our local publishing and publishing collaborations are vast. You’ll see the Macmillan waves on materials all over the globe. We’re proud to work with educators and ministries of education across the world, it strengthens the regional identity that Macmillan is known for.

Jo Greig International Sales and Marketing Director, Macmillan Education

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Macmillan Education is part of the Macmillan Publishing Group

Teachers are always our main motivation, it’s about making your life simpler, giving you one less headache on a Monday morning. If you aren’t one of the million teachers that visit onestopenglish.com or our many resource sites then you are missing out on some excellent supplementary and support materials like the Macmillan Dictionary online - it’s functional, free, and fun. We’ve developed a range of online teacher webinars to encourage continued professional development, we have some of the best authors and teacher trainers in the business and you can access their training sessions direct from your own home. Have a look at all our resources, we spend as much time thinking about what to develop online as we do in print. Enjoy 2012 – you know where to find us, contact us at anytime on help@macmillan.com www.facebook.com/macmillaneducation @MacmillanELT

For information about Macmillan Education, visit www.macmillaneducation.com For information about Macmillan products and resources, visit www.macmillanenglish.com For online supplementary resources, visit www.onestopenglish.com

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Baker de Altamirano, Y 93 Ballard, K 112 Barker, C 40 Barraclough, C 30 Barrett, B 90, 108, 110 Bastow, T 56 Basturkmen, H 114 Bauer, L 112 Bazin, A 74 Beck, J 74 Benson, P 114 Bolitho, R 111 Bowen, M 18, 22, 24, 40 Bowler, B 62 Boyd, E 74 Boyle, C 93 Bradshaw, J 112 Broadbent, A 47 Broadbent, P 47 Broudy, D 83 Brown, D 30 Brown, P 114 Brown, R 26 Budgell, G 28 Burridge, K 112 Bygate, M 115

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Gakonga, J Gallivan, L Garton-Sprenger, J Glover, D Glover, P Gordon, I Gough, C Gould, P Gower, R Granger, C Graves, S Gray, J Greenwood, J Gruba, P

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Hale, S Hampel, R Hanks, J Harper, K Harrington, D Harrison, M Herder, S Heydon, G Hinkelman, D Hird, J Hocking, L Holden, S Hollo, C Holman, A House, S Howard-Williams, D Hughes, J

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Samuda, V 115 Sanderson, H 48 Schmitt, N 115 Scott, K 23 Scott Allan, W 112 Scrivener, J 58, 59, 108 Seymour, D 111 Sharma, P 88, 90, 108, 110 Shaw, D 20 Shields, G 113 Short, J 73 Simmons, N 15 Soberón, A 16, 17 Spencer, D 33 Spencer-Oatey, H 115 Stannett, K 38 Stauntson, H 114 Stephens, B 65, 74, 90 Stewart, A 114 Subirà, P 23, 25 Sydes, J 86

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CONTENTS NEW FEATURED TITLE – Straightforward

Adult B1 Straightforward Pre-intermediate Student’s Book Philip Kerr

B2

Philip Kerr

Straightforward

Philip Kerr & Ceri Jones

Pre-intermediate Student’s Book

Straightforward Upper-intermediate Student’s Book Philip Kerr & Ceri Jones

Second edition Straightforward

p 53 p 60

p 58

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Key Title Level Chart Digital and Online

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Children’s Courses

14

Teenage Courses

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CLIL

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Young Adult / Adult Courses

52

Exams

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Skills, Grammar and Vocabulary

76

Business and Professional English

85

Dictionaries

95

Upper Intermediate Student’s Book

Second edition

CLIL

Readers

103

Methodology

106

Palgrave Macmillan

112

Macmillan Offices and Distributors 116 p 43

Title Index

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Author Index

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KEY A1

NEW

Available in 2012

Macmillan Practice Online –

online practice courses offering carefully designed resources for supplementary practice

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SEE ALSO

B1

B2

CEF – all our titles are benchmarked to the C1 C2 Common European Framework

Recommended titles – for use alongside our courses

American English titles – we publish a

wide range of American English titles – for more in-depth information including scope and sequence, see www.macmillanenglish.com


CHILDREN’S KEY TITLE LEVEL CHART

KEY TITLE LEVEL CHART

This chart gives approximate levels for children’s courses. The levels are based on levels for children and are not the same as those for our courses for older learners of English. The levels in this chart do not correspond to the CEF; for more information about CEF levels, visit www.coe.int Page

Course

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High Beginner / Elementary

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Intermediate

Upper Intermediate

Advanced

YOUNG CHILDREN’S 15

Captain Jack

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Hello JoJo

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You and Me

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Cheeky Monkey

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Here’s Patch the Puppy

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Mini Magic

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Brilliant Fun

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Hello Robby Rabbit

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Little Bugs CHILDREN’S

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Big Bugs

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English World

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Footprints

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Way Ahead

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Here Comes Super Bus

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Story Magic

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Brilliant

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Jump Aboard

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Macmillan English CLIL

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Macmillan Science

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Macmillan Mathematics

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Macmillan Natural and Social Science EXAMS

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Young Learners English Practice Exams

General Enquiries

If you would like further information on any of the titles listed in this catalogue, please contact your local Macmillan office (see addresses listed on pp 116–119), or contact us at: help@macmillan.com Macmillan Education, Between Towns Road, Oxford OX4 3PP, UK Tel: +44 (0) 1865 405700 Fax: +44 (0) 1865 405701

Ordering for Teachers and Booksellers

Please place all orders through your local bookshop or supplier. (See addresses listed on pp 116–119) In case of difficulty or if you do not have a local office, please contact: Direct Customer Service Tel: +44 (0) 1256 302699 Fax: +44 (0) 1256 364733 Email: mdl@macmillan.co.uk

Booksellers in export markets Tel: +44 (0) 1256 329242 Fax: +44 (0) 1256 842084

Booksellers in UK and Ireland Tel: 01256 302692 Fax: 01256 364733

Environmental Policy

Macmillan central marketing materials are printed on environmentally friendly papers. The trees come from sustainable forests where more trees are planted than used, and only biodegradable chemicals are used in the processing. We no longer produce plastic carrier bags.

Palgrave Macmillan Titles (see

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Palgrave Macmillan caters for academics, lecturers, graduate and undergraduate students alike, our books range from the latest research monographs to accessible student textbooks. For more information visit www.palgrave.com

Market Restrictions

Please note that some of the titles featured in this catalogue are not available in certain countries. For full details of rights issues please visit the ‘what we publish’ page on www.macmillaneducation.com

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KEY TITLE LEVEL CHART Important Notice This chart is designed to act as a rough guide only. Every effort has been made to map traditional levels to CEF and ALTE levels as accurately as possible. For more information about CEF or ALTE levels, visit their websites – www.coe.int and www.alte.org Council of Europe level Macmillan level ALTE level Cambridge ESOL exam IELTS level

A1 Beginner 0 Breakthrough IELTS 0-2

A2 Elementary 1 Elementary KET IELTS 3

B1 / B1+ Pre-int / Intermediate 2 Lower intermediate PET / BEC Preliminary IELTS 4

B1+ / B2 Intermediate / Upper Int 3 Upper intermediate FCE / BEC Vantage IELTS 5

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

KEY TITLE LEVEL CHART

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C1 / C2 Advanced 5 Upper advanced CPE IELTS 7-8

TEENAGE 33

Gateway

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New Inspiration

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Hot Spot

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Smash

40

Move Ahead

40

Shine

40

Tempo CLIL

49

Vocabulary Practice Series

50

Macmillan Topics YOUNG ADULT / ADULT

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Global

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New Inside Out

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Inside Out

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Straightforward Second Edition

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Mind Series

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Move EXAMS

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Code

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Laser Ready for PET Ready for FCE

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Ready for CAE

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Ready for IELTS

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Direct to FCE

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Direct to TOEFL iBT ™

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Heinemann TOEFL® Preparation

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Testbuilder Series

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IELTS Introduction & Study Skills

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IELTS Foundation & Study Skills

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IELTS Graduation & Study Skills

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Tips for IELTS

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Improve Your IELTS Skills Series

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Focussing on IELTS SKILLS, GRAMMAR & VOCABULARY

77

Check Your Vocabulary Series

78

Language Practice Series

79

Communicate

79

Destination Series

80

Macmillan English Grammar In Context

81

Reading Keys

81

Effective Reading

82

Writing Sentences

82

Writing Paragraphs/Writing in Paragraphs

82

Writing Essays/Academic Writing

83

Writing Research Papers BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL

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The Business

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In Company

90

Meetings in English

90

Networking in English

90

Presentations in English

90

Email English

91

Telephone English

91

Get Ready for Business

91

Basic Survival & Survival English

92

Business Vocabulary Builders

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Business Grammar Builders

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Business English Handbook

92

Business Builder

93

English for Law Enforcement

93

Campaign English for the Military

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Aviation English

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Check Your Aviation English

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After trying out the new app by Macmillan “Sounds - The Pronunciation App” on my iPad, I absolutely loved it and found it to be exactly the thing I was looking for...My students can practise recording themselves and also doing quizzes, for which they get instant feedback. The app is super both for work in class and for practice at home.

Many many thanks to everyone at Macmillan - my students will love it, as I already do!

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Interactive InteractiveWhiteboard WhiteboardMaterial Material

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Onestopenglish Onestop English

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Macmillan MacmillanEnglish EnglishCampus Campus

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eBooks

www.macmillaneducation.com/ebooks Learning is changing. Language is mobile.

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Our range of eBooks continues to expand through 2012, offering flexibility for anyone looking for electronic versions of our titles. There’s no need to carry physical copies any more; the whole book and listening materials are available to download, ready for transferring to your mobile, hand-held device or computer.

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

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

The range of titles Everyone loves a good book and whether your favourite is modern, classic, adventure or crime, our range of popular Macmillan Readers are all ready to download. Or maybe you’ve simply run out of physical space in the library or school, and are considering creating a digital library for students to access? Add the whole range of graded readers to your bookshelf for students to browse. Looking for one of Macmillan’s classic photocopiable worksheets? You can now download your own version of some of the most popular and classic resource books – such as Children’s Games and English Sketches. Desperate for the recommended methodology title that you can’t get your hands on? Many of the seminal Macmillan Books for Teachers titles are now available as eBooks.

New Releases

NEW

And we’re expanding our list even further. Over the course of 2012 we’ll be looking to add to our exams and business self-study eBooks, with further titles from the Testbuilders series. And last but not least: Teacher’s Books - we know how difficult it can be to get your hands on a copy. So making these available in electronic format seemed the best solution for everyone. Buy the book, download the file, and print off the pages you need any time you want!

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Macmillan Apps Apps for IELTS

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NEW

Key features

This new range of Apps offers an innovative approach to preparing students for the IELTS exams.With a wealth of interactive content written by Sam McCarter, author of Tips for IELTS and IELTS Testbuilder, the apps focus on the skills needed for success at IELTS as well as providing a complete range of exam type practice exercises.

DIGITAL

apps

• Covers areas such as reading speed, ability to respond effectively to the examiner and self correcting in the writing paper • Students can measure their progress by interacting with ‘can do’ statements linked to key skills areas

Apps for IELTS is available for both Apple iOS devices (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch) and Google Android devices.

Sounds: The Pronunciation App

• Perfect for both students and teachers • Tap on the interactive phonetic chart to hear the sound of the symbol, plus an example word • Toggle between British and American pronunciation • Practise and test yourself with the built-in quizzes courtesy of Apple Inc

The ultimate mobile English pronunciation aid, for students and teachers. Based on the best-selling Sound Foundations Sounds book by Adrian Underhill, iwb apps helps you study, practise and play with pronunciation wherever you are. The FREE version contains the interactive phonemic chart for both British and American English. The PREMIUM version includes the chart plus a whole host of extra features including practice activities, games, a phonemic typewriter, a wordlist plus audio recording function, Top Tips for teachers and students, lesson plans and more!

Key features

Sounds is available for both Apple iOS devices (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch) and Google Android devices. To learn more and to download, visit www.soundspronapp.com

Macmillan English Dictionary book

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Learning is changing and as ever Macmillan Education is at the forefront of that change. We have joined forces with DW Education to produce a suite of Apps based on our award-winning dictionaries, for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.

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These easy-to-use, practical and snappy tools give learners of English access to ‘on-the-spot’ definitions, phonetics, pronunciation and synonyms plus the feature that makes Macmillan dictionaries unique: the red-star system indicating frequency of usage. All this at the touch of a screen.

Macmillan Diccionario Pocket book

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• Highly interactive and intuitive • Star system indicates the frequency of usage of a word • Pronunciation audio available for either British or American English • Cross-search allows users to search for the definition of other words • Users can create their own wordlists, review their most recently searched words and directly view the most common 7,500 words • Vocabulary tests make the application fun • Bookshelf listing other Macmillan applications

All Macmillan Apps are available from the Apple App Store

Key features

apps

Macmillan Diccionario Pocket has been written primarily for Spanish learners of English. On the English to Spanish side, it provides quick and accurate translations to help Spanish speakers as they are reading texts in English. The Spanish to English side is designed to help Spanish speakers when they are writing in English. As well as translations of Spanish words and phrases, it provides information about relevant English grammatical structures, English collocations, and the cultural connotations of some of the English translations.

• Over 61,000 words, phrases and examples • Clean, uncluttered layout • Clear guidance on when to use (and not use) translations • Guidance on how to use English words in speech and writing • Explicit warnings about mismatches between Spanish and English • The most frequent English words are shown in red and graded with stars

All Macmillan Apps are available from the Apple App Store


Class Presentation Tools

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Macmillan Education produces a wide range of products for use on Interactive Whiteboards and projectable devices, both to support Macmillan courses and as stand-alone resources for use alongside any coursebook.

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

apps Key features

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

book Science Zone IWB CD-ROM Level 1 9788479425579 Level 2 9788479427030 Level 3 9788479427085

DIGITAL

Science Zone

• Each Science Zone pack includes approximately 150 enjoyable and engaging Interactive Whiteboard activities and 36 photocopiable worksheets • Covers 12 key scientific topics per level • The interactive activities cleverly exploit the benefits of IWB technology to their maximum potential to ensure students are engaged and motivated • Self-correcting activities reject incorrect answers and confirm correct answers in a variety of ways to keep students entertained • Teacher’s Notes include comprehensive, step-by-step instructions about how to use the material with classes • Suggestions for extra activities, project work and homework are also found in the Teacher’s Notes These IWB materials are platform-independent

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Topic-based Interactive Whiteboard materials for primary students that encourage active involvement in the classroom. Ten beautifully illustrated topic areas with entertaining activities improve lexical and content knowledge through interactive games that get the students moving and motivated to learn. The software can be used as stand-alone material or as a complement to any primary coursebook. Busy Board IWB CD-ROM Level 1 9780230729858 Level 2 9780230729865 Level 3 9780230729872

Levels 1–3 Pack

9780230729889

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Animal Explorers Primary / Secondary

online

Animal Explorers is a topic-based online resource for young learners, ideal for use with an Interactive Whiteboard or in a multimedia lab. Focusing on the animal kingdom, it takes students on an adventure through three different worlds, each book packed full of stories, audio, video, games and highly interactive exercises. Teacher’s book notes for each topic also allow you to extend the work in class.

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Visit www.animalexplorers.com to find out more and take a closer look. Animal Explorers British English 1 user 9780230435025 2-5 users 9780230751675 6-10 users 9780230751682 11-20 users 9780230435032

American English 1 user 9780230751699 2-5 users 9780230751705 6-10 users 9780230751712 11-20 users 9780230751729

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

These IWB materials are platform-independent

SEE ALSO Course-specific IWB material We also have a wide range of Interactive Whiteboard material to support our courses.

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Onestopenglish

DIGITAL

Onestopenglish is the number one resource and community site for English language teachers. Including over 8,000 resources organised across key subject areas, it brings you a huge range of lesson plans, worksheets, games and original audio materials, plus articles and tips to solve all your teaching dilemmas. Whether you teach children, teenagers, business executives or CLIL students, onestopenglish gives you all the resources you need always at your fingertips – and we add new ones every week! Visit www.onestopenglish.com to discover more, join our global community and try sample resources from every area of the site.

Key features

• Easy-to-search database of over 8,000 materials, with free samples in each subject area • Easy-to-use lesson plans, worksheets and teaching support tips • A wealth of audio, podcasts, games and animations • Weekly content updates including our popular news lessons from the Guardian edited at three language levels • A dedicated, regularly updated section for CLIL teachers: onestopclil (find out more on page 51) • An exclusive tool available to all subscribers: the onestopenglish Learning Calendar allows you to bookmark resources and plan lessons

Subscribe now!

You can find free sample resources in every area of onestopenglish, but with a subscription you’ll be able to access our full database and benefit from weekly updates. Find out more at www.onestopenglish.com/subscribe-now or from your local Macmillan representative.

Onestopenglish Jobs

NEW

Onestopenglish Jobs is a brand-new service available directly from onestopenglish. Whether you’re jobhunting or advertising a vacancy in your institution, Onestopenglish Jobs helps you find the people you’re looking for …

Looking for a job?

Use the search to find your dream job, or browse exactly the position you’re looking for, or browse the various categories and locations to get inspired. Once you’ve found the job you want, you can apply directly from our site – and it’s all absolutely free!

Hiring?

Reach over a million teachers from all over the world and from all areas of English Language Teaching: you can choose between simply advertising your position for free or benefiting from a range of additional branding options.

Get in touch to find out about our special institutional bundles!

To find out more, visit www.onestopenglish.com/jobs.

Also available as part of your onestopenglish subscription

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Onestopclil

Onestopblogs

A resource bank for primary and secondary CLIL teachers, onestopclil can be found in a dedicated section within onestopenglish. See page 51.

Onestopblogs brings together the best blogs from the English Language Teaching community. See page 11.


Macmillan English Campus Equips teachers, encourages students, enhances learning Macmillan English Campus is an English language learning platform that offers you a complete solution for blended learning.

Macmillan English Campus now also includes:

• My Files: upload your own documents, audio files, images and presentations directly to the English Campus. Choose to keep them private or share them. • New options for test assignment, allowing teachers greater customisation • Redesigned and improved audio player

Add your logo to the platform with the branding option

Communicate easily with students and teachers

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Content • More than 4,300 interactive resources across six competence levels, from beginner to advanced • Over 40 ready-built courses, fully adaptable to reflect your learners’ needs • Exercises covering language, vocabulary, listening, pronunciation, plus a bank of games and web projects • Weekly updated news lessons, edited at three competence levels • Exam practice resources for TOEFL®, TOEIC®, IELTS and Cambridge ESOL • Materials for general English, business English and 25 m m English for academic purposes • More than 1,000 resources for creating tests, plus a prebuilt Placement Test Reference Material • Free, direct access to the Macmillan English Dictionary Online • Over 460 grammar reference units • A digital library of methodology books for teachers Learning Management Tools • Automatically updated markbook allowing students and teachers to monitor progress and results • Easy-to-use course-building tool: create courses that are a perfect fit to your syllabus • Voice Record and Playback allowing students to practise pronunciation • Wordlists, web links and bookmarks, easy to create and share with your students • Internal messaging: exchange feedback and information with your colleagues and classes 3X

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www.macmillanenglishcampus.com View weekly updated news items, edited at three levels Store wordlists, bookmarks, web links and your own external files in a personalised area

Culture World

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Exploring British culture and people’s everyday lives, Culture World is a comprehensive collection of interactive, video-rich activities focusing on functional language. Culture World includes over 800 video clips and a range of native and non-native accents. Students are encouraged to record their voice in roleplays with the characters and decide upon appropriate responses in dialogues. The new ‘My Pad’ software enables learners to create and share their own cultural material. Designed as a fully flexible resource, the learning objects can be explored in any order, grouped into courses or set as homework. Linked to the CEFR ‘Can Do’ statements, Culture World is suitable for students at A2-B1 receptive and A1-A2 productive levels, learning British English. Available as part of Macmillan English Campus in 2012.

Coming soon to Macmillan English Campus

• New speaking and writing activity types • Grammar reference units with video

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Macmillan Practice Online Macmillan Practice Online is the easiest, most cost-effective way to offer your students the advantages of online learning.

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With a range of over 80 online courses to choose from, each designed to support classroom teaching and including 100-200 resources, it’s easy to find the one that suits your needs. And thanks to 24/7 access from any computer with an internet connection, your students can practise at school, at home or on the go.

www.macmillanpracticeonline.com

Key features

• Courses for every need: Macmillan Practice Online is available for general English, business English, exam practice, academic English and as an accompaniment to Macmillan coursebooks • Engaging digital resources: Up to 200 interactive exercises per course, covering language, vocabulary, listening and pronunciation, plus web projects and games • Reference materials: Free, direct access to the Macmillan English Dictionary Online and to a database of over 460 grammar reference units • Instant feedback for students: The automatically updated markbook provides a full record of your students’ work and helps them keep track of their progress

NEW LOOK

A link on the homepage takes students directly to their course

Students benefit from an extensive database of grammar support

Students can track their progress and receive instant feedback

Direct access to the Macmillan English Dictionary Online for all students

Each student has a personalised area for word lists, bookmarks and web links

Macmillan Practice Online is available for the following international courses: TEENAGE Gateway New Inspiration Original Inspiration American Inspiration Hot Spot Breakthrough

ADULT New Inside Out Original Inside Out American Inside Out New American Inside Out Straightforward openMind masterMind

BUSINESS In Company In Company 2nd Edition ALSO AVAILABLE FOR…

General English, business English, exam practice and English for Academic Purposes.

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

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Twitter @MacmillanELT on Twitter allows you a direct line to pose your questions about our publications, find out our latest news or just chat with our team! Meanwhile @Global_Course keeps you abreast of all the latest from the Global team, @onestopenglish enables you to receive updates and exchange ideas with the onestopenglish community, and @MacDictionary leads the way in the blogging world, with its words and language focus. @MacReaders is a great way to share your passion for books. @MacReaders @MacmillanELT @Onestopenglish @MacDictionary @Global_Course @RedEnglishWords

YouTube® Our YouTube® channel is where we share video resources, conference highlights, etymology video essays and teaching lectures. Some of our videos are supported by teaching resources for download. Become a subscriber to find out as soon as we upload new content. www.youtube.com/macmillanelt www.youtube.com/user/macdictionary www.youtube.com/user/onestopenglish

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

Macmillan Dictionary Blog

Awar Winnerd

When you love something, you really like to talk about it. The Macmillan dictionary blog is where we show our love of the English language. We like to talk about English, about how it is used, how it’s changing, where it comes from and where it’s going to. We have fantastic guest bloggers and we really get a kick out of the comments left every day by wordophiles from all over the place. English belongs to the whole world now - we really love that. www.macmillandictionaryblog.com

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

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www.macmillanenglish.com Keep up to date, sign up to receive our Macmillan English and Macmillan English Dictionary mailings.

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

Resource Sites Young Learners

NEW LOOK COMING 2012

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

Adult Courses Straightforward, Inside Out and Global have dedicated interactive websites with a wealth of material for teachers, and each has a regular eLesson service which delivers high-quality teaching material straight to your inbox. www.macmillanenglish.com/global www.macmillanenglish.com/insideout www.macmillanenglish.com/straightforward

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

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

Schools and Readers Additional resources for classrooms including extra grammar practice, culture worksheets and video projects can be found on our websites designed to add extra material to Gateway, Inspiration and Hot Spot. The Macmillan Readers resource site offers materials for both teachers and students, including worksheets and author data sheets, sample chapters and sample audio. www.macmillanenglish.com/readers www.macmillanenglish.com/inspiration www.macmillanenglish.com/hotspot www.macmillanenglish.com/gateway

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

Reference Macmillan Education’s flagship suite of dictionaries and the Macmillan Books for Teachers series are both supported by interactive websites. The Macmillan Dictionaries site offers access to the free online www.macmillandictionary.com, information about the range of dictionaries, corpus information, useful glossaries, web guides and regular eLesson services to support learning. The Macmillan Books for Teachers website offers practical support to teachers by providing videos of author talks, PowerPoint notes from workshops, as well as forthcoming webcast workshops. www.macmillandictionaries.com www.macmillanenglish.com/methodology

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Children’s materials need to be child-friendly in their look, their content, the activities they involve and, importantly, in the characters and events and adventures that carry the language…Hooray, therefore, for the Bugs series which works very well on both child and teacher levels.

Shelagh Rixon, Centre for English Language Teacher Education, University of Warwick. Modern English Teacher Volume 16 No. 1

CHILDREN’S COURSES AND SUPPLEMENTARY Young children’s courses Young children’s courses

Hello JoJo Captain Jack NEW You and Me Cheeky Monkey Cheeky Monkey Hello JoJo Here’s Patch You and Me the Puppy Hello Robby Here’s PatchRabbit the Puppy The Patch andRabbit Robby Show Hello Robby Brilliant Fun Mini Magic Here Comes Brilliant FunMinibus! Mini Magic Little Bugs Little Bugs Children’s courses Children’s courses

Big Bugs Big BugsWorld NEW LEVELS English English World Footprints Footprints WayComes AheadSuper Bus Here HereMagic Comes Super Bus Story Brilliant Story Magic Jump Aboard Brilliant Way Ahead Jump Aboard Way Ahead Readers Macmillan English Macmillan English Top Deck NEW

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Macmillan English Handwriting MacmillanEnglish English Explorers Macmillan Explorers Macmillan Explorers Phonics Macmillan English Explorers Selections Phonics Readers Selections Macmillan Children’s Macmillan Readers ReadersChildren’s NEW TITLES Macmillan Foundation Skills Series Macmillan English Handwriting Macmillan Children’s Dictionary MacmillanPicture Children’s Dictionary Macmillan Dictionary Macmillan Picture Picture Grammar forDictionary Children Children’s Games

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• Cross-curricular topics make children more aware of the world around them • Worksheet activities develop children’s motor and cognitive skills with more challenging activities, such as matching, circling and sequencing • Press-outs bring stories to life and are suitable for different learning styles • The Captain Jack Puppet is ideal for working on class routines and practising target language • Both the Captain Jack Plus Book and the standard book include a wealth of optional extras Unit 2

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The CD-ROM contains 36 interactive games relating to the key language in each unit of the Pupil’s Book and can be used independently in the classroom or at home. Footprints for Linux PC

Footprints for Windows PC

If Footprints does not start automatically when you insert the CD, please 9 7navigate 8 0 2 3to0the4CD-ROM 0 3 9 5 on 6 your computer (usually D:), right-click and choose ‘abrir’ or ‘explorar’ then double click the file ‘comienzo.htm’. Your machine will be checked for Macromedia Flash Player compatibility and, if necessary, you will be given instructions on how to install a more up-to-date version.

Jill Leighton and Sandie Mourão

If you are running Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher you may get a security alert informing you that Internet Explorer has restricted active content from being displayed. To resolve this issue, click on the ‘Tools’ menu in Internet Explorer and select ‘Internet Options’ from the dropdown. Go to the ‘Advanced’ menu, scroll down to the ‘Security’ section and tick the box that says ‘ Allow active content from CDs to run on My Computer’. This should then allow you to run Footprints normally.

Unit 3

Minimum system requirements

Jill Leighton

• Pentium II • 128MB RAM • SVGA Graphic card with 4MB memory • SB compatible soundcard • 800x600 screen resolution • Windows 98 • Internet Explorer 5.0 • Flash 7.0

Navigate to the CD-ROM on your computer and open the file ‘comienzo.htm’ with Mozilla 1.4 or newer. Your machine will be checked for Macromedia Flash Player compatibility and, if necessary, you will be given instructions on how to install a more up-to-date version. Minimum system requirements

• Pentium II • 128MB RAM • 16MB Accelerated video card • SB compatible soundcard recommended. Users with onboard soundchips may experience problems with audio if the sound module is not properly recognised by the operating system.

Unit 3

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Windows: This is an autorun CD. If it does not start automatically, navigate to your CD-ROM drive (usually D:) and open the file macmillan.htm in a web browser.

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ISBN 978 0 2304 0390 1

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Photocopiable resources CDs

Audio CD Audio CD Audio CD

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Hello JoJo

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You and Me

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Class audio CDs

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MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive DVD-ROM

• TPR-style activities including action rhymes, mimes and Cheeky Monkey’s Jungle Gym • Multi-ROM (included in Pupil’s Book Pack) contains stories, games and songs learnt in class to practise at home • Play Mat, featuring Cheeky Monkey’s town, provides a stimulating focal point for story time • Detailed Teacher’s Notes with optional MACMILLAN DIGITAL activities for teachers who have extra time

Interactive Multi-ROM

Flashcards DVD + Photocopiable CD Cheeky Monkey Puppet Cheeky Monkey Play Mat

Hello Cheeky 9780230011625 9780230730571 all levels all levels

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• Methodology reflects the cognitive development of this age group, with an emphasis on movement and receptive skills • Eight units cover familiar topics such as family, colours and food • One-per-term Activity Books combine language and number work • Stickers for each unit engage the children in activities and reward them for good work • Additional activities in the Teacher’s Book accommodate mixed ability classes

Key features

Naomi Simmons

Presenting language through topics which reflect the world of pre-school children, this is a fully integrated course with an extensive phonics, reading, writing and numeracy programme. level 1

Jack 1

Jill Leighton

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

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You and Me

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

Publishers Limited

Jill Leighton

Cheeky Monkey is a three-level course for very young children. The central character is Cheeky Monkey, a lively and fun-loving monkey who gets involved in all kinds of adventures and community-focused activities. The Cheeky Monkey Puppet and the stories and songs of the course help young children relate Cheeky’s adventures to their own lives and experiences and become truly involved in learning the language.

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Kathryn Harper and Claire Medwell

Pupil’s Book Activity Book 1 Activity Book 2 Teacher’s Book

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• Appealing characters and stories ensure engagement • Language is presented through a variety of exciting activities • Units follow a regular pattern, giving the children a sense of security • Skills of reading and writing are systematically developed • Memorable songs and chants develop listening and speaking skills • Simple craft activities help children to learn by doing • Numbers Book develops numeracy alongside literacy

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YOUNG CHILDREN’S COURSES

Captain Jack is a flexible, three-level, story-based course suitable for every teaching situation. Based on the adventures of the fun-loving parrot Captain Jack, it aims to help pupils become confident learners of English as they join Jack and friends on their discovery of the world around them. ‘My World’ lessons focus on crosscurricular areas and include real photos in the Pupil’s Book and Flashcards. Captain Jack also works on basic competences in areas such as maths, art and ICT.

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Here’s Patch the Puppy YOUNG CHILDREN’S COURSES

Joy Morris and Joanne Ramsden

Composed of six song-based units, each level follows the adventures of Patch, a lovable puppy, through enchanting songs, stories and lively TPR-style activities.

Key features

• Stickers identify key vocabulary • Cardboard press-outs perfect for performing the songs • Patch the Puppy Puppet comes with a cardboard kennel for use in the classroom Here’s Patch the Puppy Pupil’s Book Pack Teacher’s Book Classroom Posters (+ re-usable stickers) Class Audio CDs Patch Puppet and Kennel Flashcards

Also available The Patch & Robby Show DVD

The Patch and Robby Show DVD Pack 9781405095167

Hello Robby Rabbit Carol Read and Ana Soberón

Designed to stimulate the imagination of young children, Hello Robby Rabbit teaches English through visually attractive stories about Robby Rabbit and his friends. Hello Robby Rabbit Pupil’s Book Teacher’s Book Class Audio CDs

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Mini Magic

level 2 9780333988664 9780333988671 9780333988688

Awar Winnerd

Pilar Pérez Esteve and Vicent Roig Estruch

This two-level story-based series features easy-to-understand stories that immerse children in English. Pupils gain a comprehensive working knowledge of English so that they will be able to use the language they have learnt in active participation.

Charlotte Covill and Jeanne Perrett

Brill the bear and his friend Nora the teacher present the fun topics and language in this engaging course for young children. Pupils will share in the adventures of Octopus, Fish and Seahorse and discover the powers of Magical Monster on their way to learning English.

• Story pages, pull-out activity sheets and stickers capture children’s interest • Robby Rabbit Puppet introduces each lesson with a friendly, familiar presence • Accompanying Story Cards help to tell the stories in a class setting

Story Cards Flashcards Robby Rabbit Puppet

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• The Pupil’s Book combines a full-colour coursebook and activity book • Language is clearly presented and practised through a variety of exercises, including games, sticker activities, picture stories, drawing and colouring • An interleaved Teacher’s Book has a variety of ideas for extra activities and includes photocopiable material

American English Courses We have a huge range of American English titles. For more details, visit www.macmillanenglish.com

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Brilliant Fun Pupil’s Book Teacher’s Book

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Little Bugs

Key features

Children will love learning with Colin the Caterpillar and his friends Bee, Butterfly, Ladybird and Snail! Little Bugs provides a motivating starting point for children who are either learning English for the first time, or who have done an initial course.

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Resource site – see p 12

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• Six story-based units in each level with extra materials for cultural festivals • Special content-based lessons connect the language with curricular subjects such as natural science and art • Learner autonomy and spelling are encouraged with a picture dictionary in the Pupil’s Book • Story Cards help to tell the stories and provide a flexible teaching aid • A gradual introduction to reading and writing with an optional Busy Book to practise these skills

Carol Read and Ana Soberón

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Little Bugs 1 Pupil’s Book

Big Bugs

Awar Winnerd

Elisenda Papiol, Carol Read, Ana Soberón and Maria Toth

Make learning English fun with this attractively illustrated four-level story-based course for primary children that recycles and develops the language learning in young learner classes. Levels 1 and 2 follow the adventures of Archie and Emily while levels 3 and 4 take a more mature approach to learning through the escapades of the Bugs Band.

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Resource site – see p 12

www.macmillanenglish.com/younglearners

Big Bugs level 1 Pupil’s Book 9781405061698 Activity Book 9781405061704 Audio CD 9781405061742 Flashcards 9781405061728 Teacher’s Book 9781405061711 Story Cards 9781405061735

Big Bugs 2 Pupil’s Book

Key features: Big Bugs 1 & 2

• Eight story-based units with extra materials for key festivals • Activity Book contains stickers, a picture dictionary, cut-outs and mini-books for extra practice of key words • Key vocabulary is presented and reviewed with the accompanying Flashcards and Story Cards

Key features: Big Bugs 3 & 4

• Children discover the world through exciting stories, cross-curricular activities and project work • Grammar Bug tables help to develop understanding of simple grammar concepts • A grammar reference of new and recycled language can be found in the Activity Books

level 2 9781405061797 9781405061803 9781405061841 9781405061827 9781405061810 9781405061834

level 3 9781405061896 9781405061902 9781405061940 9781405061926 9781405061919

level 4 9781405061995 9781405062008 9781405062046 9781405062022 9781405062015

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English World Liz Hocking, Mary Bowen and Wendy Wren

NEW LEVELS

Eight levels now available!

CHILDREN’S COURSES

English World is a visually stunning ten-level course which will take children through from primary to secondary. Written by the authors of the best-selling courses Way Ahead and Macmillan English, English World combines best-practice methodology with innovative new features for the modern classroom. Active wholeclass learning is supported by vibrant posters and Interactive Whiteboard presentations on the DVD-ROM. Thorough grammar and skills work is applied in natural contexts in the real world, through dialogues and cross-curricular material.

‘Grammar in conversation’ dialogues in real settings

Key features

• Innovative Teacher’s DVD-ROM adds an exciting dimension to classroom teaching, and helps the teacher prepare customised materials • Testbuilder on the Teacher’s DVD-ROM means teachers can produce customised progress checks • Informative, cross-curricular and cross-cultural content means that students learn about the world through English • The stories, topics and projects promote social values and citizenship • ‘Learning to learn’ pages in the Workbook help pupils develop strategies such as scanning and thinking skills • Dictionary for each level further promotes independent learning and develops valuable strategies for later study • Projects and portfolios encourage independent learning • Grammar Practice Book at each level consolidates pupils’ learning • At levels 5 and 6, more reading material is adapted from real-life sources and pupils learn about the structure of different reading genres such as plays and newspaper articles

Teacher’s DVD-ROM

• Interactive Whiteboard materials • Filmed presentations of dialogues from the Pupil’s Book • Interactive dictionary (levels 1–4) • Animated posters from the Pupil’s Book • Video masterclass of teachers using English World • Testbuilder creates customised printable tests for all levels

Demonstration using English World IWB in the classroom A lively dialogue presents the target structure in context and promotes fluency

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

Beautiful illustrations and lively characters visually engage learners

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English World 2 Pupil’s Book


Secondary levels

Key features of levels 7 and 8

The four secondary levels (7-10) build on the systematic language development and consistent approach to skills of English World levels one to six whilst also developing important real world skills.

Realistic reading texts

CHILDREN’S COURSES

‘Check-in’ pages prepare students for the unit theme, and discussion tasks get students thinking about the topic and also promote learner autonomy. Comprehension activities place an emphasis on students’ personal responses and include criticalthinking questions.

• Wide range of text types and topics (including cross-curricular topics), including fiction and nonfiction types • Language development: dictionary work, word formation and building • Grammar and grammar-in-use lessons • Listening and speaking lessons • Writing (further extended upon in the Workbook)

Students are encouraged to express opinions on topical issues

NEW

NEW

Visually engaging photography

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive Whiteboard Material – see p 31

English World 7 Student’s Book

SEE ALSO Macmillan English Explorers p 26 Children Learning English p 111

Resource site – see p 12 www.macmillanenglish.com/younglearners 9&10 OUT 2013 covers not final

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Footprints

Key features

CHILDREN’S COURSES

Carol Read and Donna Shaw

Beautifully illustrated and appealing to both children and teachers, this six-level course is designed to meet the needs of teachers and learners who have a high number of contact hours in English. Footprints provides a strong emphasis on cross-curricular content with clearly identified language aims that acknowledge the increasing trend towards content-based learning. Levels 1 and 2 take children on a magical journey, meeting well-known fairy tale characters to find the treasure at the end of the rainbow. Levels 3 and 4 continue the idea of a quest in the context of a mystery and adventure story which matches the children’s growing maturity. Levels 5 and 6 develop the children’s learning strategies and language skills as they follow the exploits of the Footprints Club characters.

• Strong story element uses a series of clues and riddles to lead the learner to the next episode and to solve the puzzle • Pupil’s Book and Activity Book provide extensive cross-curricular and content-based languagelearning materials • Clear language progression in the Footprints syllabus which is in harmony with CEF descriptor bands and Cambridge ESOL and Trinity YL exams • Intercultural learning in every unit reflects the increasing importance of this aspect of the CEF • Tests and Photocopiable Resources CD-ROM Pack contains an extensive range of materials including classroom practice worksheets, a variety of tests, exam practice pages and advice for parents

Portfolio Booklet

Linking closely with the CEF, the Portfolio Booklets help children to keep a record of their language progress.Portfolio Booklets are included in the Pupil’s Book Pack at all levels.

Clear language presentation at the beginning of every unit

Episodic stories capture pupils’ imagination

8 Fruit, delicious fruit!

Lesson 2

T he coconut

CD3

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Lesson 1 CD3

CD3

14

Follow the footprints.

15

Listen and sing the song.

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

1

Listen and act out the story.

Me, too!

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

melon

grapes

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

peach

pear

2

It’s a long way to the village.

Mmm! They look delicious!

I’m very hungry. What are those red things?

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

Let’s go and see!

3

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

Can you help us? We’re very hungry.

4

5

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

Would you like a coconut?

Look, draw and say.

strawberry

1

2

3

4

5

6

Yes!

Oh! Yes, please!

raspberry pineapple

kiwi

6

7

Watch out!

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

Help!

plum cherry

62

They’re grapes.

Lesson 1 Vocabulary presentation

Cognitively challenging activities help children to relate to new vocabulary

Footprints Pupil’s Book Pack Activity Book Teacher’s Book Photocopiables CD-ROM Pack Audio CDs Flashcards Word Cards Finger Puppets Digital Book

20

Follow the footprints map! Go to the Pirate Camp!

It’s a strawberry.

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Clues at the end of each story provide opportunities for review and comprehension checks

Lesson 2 Language input and story

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Cross-curricular reading passages engage learners and promote higher-order thinking skills Lesson 5 Cross-curricular learning

Activities that encourage participation help to consolidate new vocabulary Lesson 7 Culture

Biology

There are many places you can visit if you want to find out about the past and see important historical artefacts. Some of these places are very popular and people travel from all over the world to visit them.

ICT

Science

History

Biology

Geography

Nature

Music

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Literature

12 CD1 • 14 Read the text. Match the parts of the body to the drawing. The heart 1 The heart is the organ that pumps blood around your body. Blood carries oxygen to your organs and muscles. First, the heart pumps the blood to the lungs, where it 2 collects oxygen. Then the blood goes back to the heart. 3 After that, the heart pumps this blood around the body to all the organs and muscles. The blood travels there in 5 arteries. The organs and muscles take all the oxygen from 4 the blood and use it to make energy. Next, the heart needs to pump the blood back to the heart. The blood travels back to the heart in veins. When the blood gets back to the heart, the cycle begins again. You can’t see your heart, but you can feel it working. When you exercise, your muscles need to work harder a) lungs b) heart c) arteries so they need more oxygen. This means that your heart d) veins e) muscles must beat faster to send more blood to the muscles. You also breathe more deeply so that this blood has got plenty of oxygen in it. You can feel when your heart beats faster by touching your neck or wrist. Your pulse beats faster when you do exercise. Did you know that in one day, your heart pumps your blood more than 19,000 kilometres? That’s almost the same as travelling by aeroplane from Madrid to Hong Kong and back! Your heart is a very important organ. You must look after your heart and keep it healthy and strong.

13 Read the text again. Are the sentences True (T) or False (F)?

14 Do an experiment. Find your pulse.

1 2 3 4 5

1

Your heart pumps blood to your lungs. Your blood collects oxygen in the lungs. Your veins carry oxygen to your muscles. Your veins take your blood back to your heart. You need less oxygen when you do exercise.

a

19 Read and match the pictures.

1

2

Last year I went to Egypt with my parents. We cruised along the river Nile and visited the pyramids in Gaza. My favourite place was the Egyptian museum in Cairo. It has more than 120,000 exhibits. You can see the mummies of some pharaohs and there are artefacts from the tombs of kings. In my opinion, the most interesting exhibits were from the tomb of Tutankhaman. You can see shields, vases, jewellery and even a mask made of gold. Ana, aged 12 Two months ago my family went to Madrid. There are lots of really interesting art galleries there. My favourite was ‘El Prado’which has one of the largest collections in the world. It has about 9,000 paintings and thousands of important historical drawings, prints and sculptures. Did you know that the museum can only exhibit about fifteen percent of its works of art because the collection is so big? My favourite paintings were by the Spanish painter Velásquez. Lisa, aged 10

3

Last summer my class went to the south of France. We saw lots of interesting things, but the best trip was to the Lascaux cave. In the cave there are about 2,000 pictures including paintings of deer and horses. These paintings are between sixteen and eighteen thousand years old. You can’t go into the cave because archaeologists want to preserve the paintings, but you can visit a reproduction of the cave. The reproduction is brilliant because it looks and feels like a real cave. James, aged 13

Put two fingers of your right hand on your left wrist.

2 Count how many beats you feel in one minute. Write this number down.

3 Jump up and down until you

4 Who didn’t travel with his / her 1 Who saw prehistoric paintings? family? 2 Who saw some important sculptures? 5 Who saw paintings in an art gallery? 3 Who saw objects made of gold 6 Who travelled on a boat? and silver?

the rest of the class.

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Lesson 5 Content and personalisation

b

c

21 Ask and answer.

20 Read and answer.

4 Compare your numbers with

Activities help to personalise the cross-curricular content for every pupil

Read and listen. Choose.

The Tower of London 1 The Tower of London is situated in the north / south / centre of London. 2 It is almost 500 / 1,000 / 2,000 years old. 3 It was empty / a church / a prison for hundreds of years. 4 The Jewelled State Sword is the biggest / heaviest / most valuable sword in the world. 5 The Imperial State Crown has got almost 30 / 300 / 3,000 diamonds.

are tired. Now count how many beats you feel in one minute. Is the number the same?

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CD1 • 18

CHILDREN’S COURSES

Footprints Club Web Page Social Sciences

Historical objects

Where can you see historical objects in your country? What can you see there?

Lesson 7 Intercultural learning and personalisation

Footprints 5 Pupil’s Book

Footprints 5 Pupil’s Book

Digital Books

Each level of Footprints has an accompanying Digital Book, comprised of the digital Pupil’s Book and the digital Activity Book. These Digital Books are perfect for whole-class teaching and focus on stories and individual activities close up, using an Interactive Whiteboard or digital projection. Each Digital Book comes packaged as a CD-ROM for easy and flexible use in the classroom. Key features

• Zoom-in facility allows teachers to focus on individual frames in stories and individual activities such as skills or pronunciation • Pupil’s Book audio is included on the Digital Book to play directly from the page • Digital Activity Book includes answers to facilitate whole-class marking and correction • Platform-independent, allowing use on all types of Interactive Whiteboards Footprints Digital Books

Footprints Website

The Footprints resource site for teachers offers information about the course and downloadable samples from the Pupil’s Books, together with audio tracks. Teachers will also find a variety of free resources to accompany the course, including grammar practice worksheets and activities for mixed-ability classes.

SEE ALSO 500 Activities for the Primary Classroom p 109

www.macmillanenglish.com/younglearners

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive CD-ROM Resource site – see p 12

www.macmillanenglish.com/younglearners

Digital Book Footprints website

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Way Ahead

Key features

CHILDREN’S COURSES

Mary Bowen and Printha Ellis

The best-selling international primary ELT course of all time, Way Ahead has helped children in over 40 countries to learn English. Reading-based, with a strong communicative flavour, Way Ahead offers a variety of inviting child-centred activities suitable for classes in a variety of cultural backgrounds. Relevant topics, a strong grammar syllabus and the systematic development of skills combine to offer an approach to learning English that really is way ahead!

• Crafts and finger puppets in the Teacher’s Resource Books develop motor skills and help children to learn to work cooperatively • Cross-curricular ‘Reading for Pleasure’ pages can be expanded into projects to help children apply their English in a real-world context • Recordings of the ‘Reading for Pleasure’ pages on the Story Audio CDs develop an awareness of natural intonation • Multi-functional Posters focus children through games and other activities • Pupil’s Book now includes a CD-ROM at each level packed with interactive games and exercises to make learning fun • Handwriting section in the Practice Book gives extra help or extra challenge for mixed-ability classes

Listening, speaking, reading and writing all occur on the first two presentation pages of a unit

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive CD-ROM

Resource site – see p 12 www.macmillanenglish.com/younglearners

Way Ahead 2 Pupil’s Book

Settings and topics reflect the children’s own lives and their interests, e.g. school, the park, the zoo

Way Ahead 2 Pupil’s Book

Way Ahead level 1 Pupil’s Book + CD-ROM Pack* 9780230409736 Story Audio CD 9780230039926 Workbook 9781405058568 Practice Book 9781405058520 Teacher’s Book 9781405058575 Teacher’s Book CD 9780230039919 Teacher’s Resource Book 9781405064149 Flashcards 9781405058605 Posters 9781405058612 *Pupil’s Book no longer sold separately

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See www.macmillanenglish.com

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Here Comes Super Bus María José Lobo and Pepita Subirà

Here Comes Super Bus Pupil’s Book Activity Book Teacher’s Guide Teacher’s Resource Pack Class Audio CD DVD CD-ROM

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Story Magic

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level 3 9780333931677 9781405076937 9781405076906 9780333931851 9780333997260 levels 3 & 4 9781405086523

Awar Winnerd

Story Magic uses a story-based approach to language learning. Levels 1 and 2 take pupils on a learning adventure with Max the Wizard, while levels 3 and 4 take a more mature approach with students following the activities of a group of young detectives. Combine Story Magic with Mini Magic to create a sixlevel course for younger beginners. level 1 9781405017787 9781405017794 9781405017800 9781405017824 9781405017831 9781405017848

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MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive CD-ROM Resource site – see p 12

9780333997277 9780230021976 9781405086530

www.macmillanenglish.com/younglearners

• Stories following Max the Wizard and the Little Detectives create a link between fantasy and the real world • A picture dictionary with stickers in the Pupil’s Book • A carefully graded communicative syllabus builds on the English learnt in previous levels • Fact files full of interesting information

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9781405018234

9781405018302

Brilliant

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive Whiteboard material – see p 31

Key features

Jeanne Perrett

Absorbing and colourful, this story-based course presents language through stimulating practical exercises. Brilliant can be combined with Brilliant Fun to create a six-level course. Brilliant Pupil’s Book Activity Book Teacher’s Guide Video PAL Flashcards

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Jump Aboard With a well-structured syllabus and the benefits of communicative teaching, this is a course with an attractive, modern design that is straightforward to teach and fun to learn from.

SEE ALSO Jump Ahead Readers See www.macmillanenglish.com level 1 9781405059305 9781405059312 9781405059329 9781405059343 9781405059350

• ‘Adventure Notebook’ pages with mini-projects and simple reading texts • Controlled writing practice and simple grammar explanations • Easy-to-learn songs in every unit

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Key features

Paul A. Davies

Jump Aboard Student’s Book Workbook Teacher’s Book Poster Pack Grammar Practice Book

level 4 9780333931707 9781405076944 9781405076890

Key features

Susan House and Katharine Scott

Story Magic Pupil’s Book Activity Book Teacher’s Book Audio CD Flashcards Story Cards

• Takes advantage of all opportunities to link English with other subjects including art, music and drama • Writing only appears after the language has been presented and experienced at oral level • A central story helps children to listen and talk about themselves and the world around them through the safety of familiar characters

CHILDREN’S COURSES

This four-level course for young learners aims to build children’s confidence and develop their linguistic, social and emotional skills. By making English fun and enjoyable, Here Comes Super Bus lays down the foundations for future language learning and encourages children to use English as a means of real communication.

Key features

level 2 9781405059367 9781405059374 9781405059381 9781405059404 9781405059411

• Systematic coverage of phonics and spelling • Songs, poems and chants develop natural intonation • Cross-curricular pages link to school subjects with enjoyable texts and personalised tasks • ‘Your page’ encourages independent learning • End-of-unit stories encourage reading for pleasure • At higher levels, true stories replace the character-based stories • Two Readers per level recycle grammar and vocabulary in new contexts

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9781405059534

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9781405059657

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Macmillan English

Key features

CHILDREN’S COURSES

Mary Bowen, Printha Ellis, Wendy Wren, Louis Fidge and Liz Hocking

This is the first international English coursebook to be informed by English lessons in native-speaker classrooms. It combines best-practice L1 and L2 methodology to meet the needs of today’s teachers and learners. Designed for students who have a high number of contact hours in English, this six-level course recognises that proficiency in English is an essential part of modern life, and that early exposure to rich and genuine language allows young learners to move confidently towards native-speaker fluency in both oral and written English.

• CD-ROM for each level provides further consolidation of vocabulary and grammar • Beautifully illustrated Fluency Book helps children develop natural intonation and provides stimulus for speaking • Exciting 18-episode adventure story in the Fluency Book keeps young learners motivated • Collaborative and independent writing tasks build confidence and promote cooperative learning • Integration of both fiction and non-fiction gives students a solid basis for studying other subjects in English • A rich variety of text types and related tasks ensure students develop higher-order reading skills from an early stage • EAL (English as an Additional Language) – the mix of L1 and L2 methodology makes the course ideal for use within the National Literacy Framework. For more details see www.macmillanenglish.com/eal • Teacher Training DVD available on request

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

Topics are cross-curricular and reflect the world around us

Macmillan English 5 Language Book

Macmillan English level 1 Fluency Book 9781405003650 Fluency Book Audio CDs 9780230022812 Language Book 9781405013673 Language Book Audio CDs 9781405096171 Practice Book + CD ROM Pack 9780230434561 Teacher’s Guide 9781405013734 Flashcards 9781405003681 Posters 9781405017121

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NEW

Working with Words Multi-ROM

Teacher’s Website

Key features

• 72 activities per level • Key vocabulary reinforced through engaging activities • Printable score sheet so teachers and parents can monitor progress • Dictionary highlights and models new language • Picture dictionary for levels one to three • Dictionary with definitions for levels four to six

NEW

The brand-new dedicated Macmillan English website is full of content for teachers which complements their core teaching, providing a range of easy-to-use, free supplementary materials. These include CLILfocused projects, and culturally-relevant worksheets for additional practice, projectable posters and flashcards. The website also has a parent area with dual-language wordlists and ideas for helping their children study English, as well as general information about the course.

Key features

• A large bank of tests and answer keys for every unit of every level of Macmillan English • CLIL-focused projects provide engaging themes and additional group work, with three topics for each level of the course • Skills-based, culturally relevant worksheets provide additional practice for each level of the course • All audio files for the Language Book and Fluency Book • Documents give pathways through the course and show how the course can be completed within the academic year • Updated and downloadable or projectable flashcards for levels 1-3 • Posters now available as projectable pdfs

MACMILLAN DIGITAL

SEE ALSO

Interactive CD-ROM

Macmillan English Explorers p 26 Macmillan Explorers Phonics p 28 Macmillan English Handwriting p 30

Top deck A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

NEW C2

BEGINNER TO PRE-INTERMEDIATE María José Lobo and Pepita Subirà

Top deck is a two-level course which bridges the gap between primary and secondary language learning. The course takes the highly successful story-based approach of primary courses as a basis and introduces the common features of secondary courses so pupils are best prepared for secondary school learning. Students develop language skills as well as learner confidence and independence.

Interactive CD-ROM

Resource site – see p 12

www.macmillanenglish.com/younglearners

OUT 2013

Key features

• A highly illustrated story introduces the main vocabulary and topic of the unit • Pages focus on cross-curricular content learning • ‘Language stop’ section actively encourages pupils to discover language and work out rules • Task-based activities written in line with the CEF, practising and developing the four skills. Each unit finishes with the ‘Skills ticket’, designed specifically to focus on skills training • The Activity Book appendix contains wordlists and grammar reference charts for independent learning

Top deck Pupil’s Book Activity Book and Pupil’s CD-ROM pack Teacher’s Book and Teacher’s Resource CD pack Class Audio CD

MACMILLAN DIGITAL

CHILDREN’S COURSES

Packaged with the Practice Book, The Working with Words Multi-ROM includes a range of vocabulary and language-based activities to consolidate the key vocabulary from the course. These activities can be used to support learning both in class and at home.

level 1 9780230412118 9780230427570 9780230412149 9780230412156

NEW

level 2 9780230412163 9780230422537 9780230412194 9780230412200

SEE ALSO Macmillan English Explorers p 26 Children Learning English p 111

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CHILDREN’S SUPPLEMENTARY

Macmillan English Explorers

Awar Winnerd

Gill Munton, Barbara Mitchelhill, Sue Graves, Richard Brown and Louis Fidge (Series Editor)

Macmillan English Explorers form an eight-level reading scheme written specifically for young learners of English. Informed by the National Literacy Strategy and by teaching methodology for first language speakers of English, Macmillan English Explorers are supported by an understanding of the needs of young learners and teachers of English. The scheme, which currently has 48 readers plus supplementary materials, can be used alongside any primary course. Awar Language Learner Winnerd Literature Awards Aladdin was a winner in 2011 and Escape from the Fire was a finalist in 2008.

Key features

• The rich variety of text types, ranging from original fiction to myths and legends, means any child can enjoy reading, wherever their interests lie • Comprehension and Vocabulary Workbooks practise and develop a range of reading skills • ‘Comprehension Extra’ activities in the Teacher’s Notes encourage students to consider aspects of the text such as characterisation, style and plot • Phonics Workbooks support the systematic teaching of phonics • Word-recognition skills are reinforced by the Workbooks and wordcards (included in the Teacher’s Notes) • The Teacher’s Notes supports structured whole-class teaching with page-by-page lesson notes • Cross-curricular content at higher levels means children can make links to other school subjects • The stories promote social values such as friendship and respect • Teacher Training DVD available on request

Explorers Resource Site The Macmillan English Explorers resource site for teachers offers assessment packs for each level of the series. These include comprehension tests and word recognition tests, both with full teacher’s notes. There are also sample chapters from many of the Macmillan English Explorers and a dedicated area for parents with tips on how to help children with reading. Keep checking the site for new materials to download.

www.macmillanenglish.com/younglearners All Audio and Teacher’s Notes are now available to download from www.macmillanenglish.com

The range of readers includes modern and classic fiction as well as non-fiction texts

Young Explorers and Explorers introduce cross-curricular content

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Explorers 5: The Adventures of Odysseus

Charming illustrations maintain students’ interest in the story and capture their imagination

Young Explorers 1: Lazy Lenny


Comprehension and Vocabulary Workbooks reinforce comprehension and practise new vocabulary

CHILDREN’S SUPPLEMENTARY

Phonics Workbooks help children become better readers, writers and spellers

Young Explorers 1 Phonics Workbook

The Elephant’s Child Comprehension and Vocabulary Workbook

MACMILLAN DIGITAL

SEE ALSO

Resource site – see p 12

Macmillan Explorers Phonics

www.macmillanenglish.com/younglearners

p 28

Macmillan English Explorers Young Explorers 2

Little Explorers A

Explorers 5

At the Zoo

9781405059862

Bike Race, The

9781405060073

A Fishy Business

9781405060233

Big Bad Monster, The

9781405059909

Daisy’s Dancing Lesson

9781405060059

A Fishy Business Workbook

9781405061018

Big Bad Monster Big Book, The

9781405061155

Jump, Stick, Jump

9781405060035

Aladdin

9780230719804

Biscuit Man, The

9781405059893

Pirate Jack

9781405060066

Aladdin Workbook

9780230719811

Daisy the Dinosaur

9781405059879

See You Soon

9781405060080

Black Beauty

9780230719842

Daisy the Dinosaur Big Book

9781405061148

Sun, Cloud, Stone

9781405060042

Black Beauty Workbook

9780230719859

New Baby, The

9781405059855

Teacher’s Book Pack*

9781405061223

Bronze Bust Mystery, The

9781405060240

New Baby Big Book, The

9781405061131

Comprehension Workbook

9781405060813

Bronze Bust Mystery Workbook, The

9781405061025

Teddy’s Big Day

9781405059886

Phonics Workbook

9781405061308

Five Children and It

9781405060219

Teacher’s Book Pack*

9781405061322

Explorers 3

Five Children and It Workbook

9781405060998

Comprehension Workbook

9781405060769

Camcorder Thief, The

9781405060110

Secret Garden, The

9781405060226

Phonics Workbook

9781405061124

Camcorder Thief Workbook, The

9781405060899

Secret Garden Workbook, The

9781405061001

Elephant’s Child, The

9781405060097

Teacher’s Book Pack*

9781405061360

Little Explorers B A Fun Day Out

9781405059954

Elephant’s Child Workbook, The

9781405060875

Explorers 6

A Party for Teddy

9781405059947

How the Camel Got His Hump

9780230719866

Ali Baba

9780230719828

A Party for Teddy Big Book

9781405061209

How the Camel Got His Hump Workbook

9780230719873

Ali Baba Workbook

9780230719835

Chicken-Licken

9781405059923

Magic Flute, The

9781405060103

Danger on Misty Mountain

9781405060318

Daisy and Danny

9781405059930

Magic Flute Workbook, The

9781405060882

Danger on Misty Mountain Workbook

9781405061070

School Play, The

9781405059961

Snow White

9780230719781

Nicholas Nickleby

9780230719880

School Play Big Book, The

9781405061193

Snow White Workbook

9780230719798

Nicholas Nickleby Workbook

9780230719897

Stone Soup

9781405059916

Yeti Comes to Town, The

9781405060127

Railway Children, The

9781405060295

Stone Soup Big Book

9781405061216

Yeti Comes to Town Workbook, The

9781405060905

Railway Children Workbook, The

9781405061063

Teacher’s Book Pack*

9781405061346

Teacher’s Book Pack*

9781405061230

Time Twist

9781405060301

Comprehension Workbook

9781405060776

Explorers 4

Time Twist Workbook

9781405061087

Phonics Workbook

9781405061186

Adventures of Odysseus, The

9781405060165

Treasure Island

9781405060288

Adventures of Odysseus Workbook, The

9781405060943

Treasure Island Workbook

9781405061056

Teacher’s Book Pack*

9781405061384

Young Explorers 1 Aunt Rose Comes to Stay

9781405060011

Dan Tries to Help

9781405060172

Aunt Rose Comes to Stay Big Book

9781405061278

Dan Tries to Help Workbook

9781405060950

Daisy Has the Hiccups

9781405059992

Escape from the Fire

9781405060189

Greedy Gretel

9781405059978

Escape from the Fire Workbook

9781405060967

Greedy Gretel Big Book

9781405061254

Pinocchio

9780230719903

Going to the Beach

9781405060028

Pinocchio Workbook

9780230719910

In the Jungle

9781405060004

Robin Hood

9781405060158

In the Jungle Big Book

9781405061261

Robin Hood Workbook

9781405060936

Lazy Lenny

9781405059985

Snow Queen, The

9780230719927

Teacher’s Book Pack*

9781405061117

Snow Queen Workbook, The

9780230719934

Comprehension Workbook

9781405060752

Teacher’s Book Pack*

9781405061292

Phonics Workbook

9781405061247

*Titles no longer available to buy. Please go to the website to download files

All Audio and Teacher’s Notes are now available to download from

www.macmillanenglish.com

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CHILDREN’S SUPPLEMENTARY

Macmillan Explorers Phonics Gill Budgell, Gill Munton and Louis Fidge (Series Editor)

Teaching phonics is recognised as an essential part of the teaching of reading and writing. Macmillan Explorers Phonics complement the first four levels of the Macmillan English Explorers in a way that will teach children how to sound out words, blend sounds to read words and segment the sounds in the words in order to spell them accurately.

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SEE ALSO

Key features

• Systematic, clearly defined and structured progression of phonics teaching that is in line with the existing Phonics Workbooks from the Macmillan English Explorers series • The phonic focus is set within the context of a story to ensure that reading for meaning is retained • Popular and familiar characters from the Macmillan English Explorers series reappear and new contexts and characters are also introduced • Detailed Teacher’s Notes show how to focus on letters and sounds to support pronunciation, reading and spelling. Full Teacher’s Notes are available on the website: www.macmillanenglish.com/younglearners • Perfect for use alongside the existing Macmillan English Explorers reading scheme to add further depth and context, or as a stand-alone phonics reading scheme Macmillan English Explorers Phonics Reading Series Young Explorers 1 Little Explorers A 9780230404755 In Teddy’s Bag 9780230404830 Daisy is Ill In Daisy’s Box 9780230404847 Crazy Cat and Fat Old Rat 9780230404762 Run and Hide 9780230404854 Professor Green and the Snake 9780230404779 9780230404786 Look! 9780230404861 Tom’s Haircut Young Explorers 2 Little Explorers B 9780230404793 Teddy in Bed 9780230404878 The Muddy Sheep Pin it on 9780230404885 Daisy and the Yellow Kite 9780230404809 In the Mud 9780230404892 Crazy Cat and the Stars 9780230404816 Fish and Chips 9780230404908 Pirate Jack looks for Treasure 9780230404823

Onestop Phonics

www.onestopenglish.com

Selections

American English

Primary Reading Anthologies Selections New Edition is a six-level series of primary reading anthologies which is designed to promote reading for pleasure and as a way of developing language knowledge. This new edition is true to the original but has been enhanced with new sections in the Student Book and a fully revised Teacher’s Edition. Now both the teacher and student can enjoy reading in a much more supported environment.

Selections Student Book Teacher’s Edition Class CD

level 1 level 2 9786074730852 9786074730869 9786074731040 9786074731057 9786074730913 9786074730920

Key features

• An extensive range of writing styles is used to expose students to a variety of genres, maximising their understanding and appreciation of the written word • Beautiful artwork and photographs bring adventure stories, poems, practical activities and non-fiction texts to life • A brand-new section of comprehension activities for every text • Every text has accompanying audio on the Class CD • The Teacher’s Edition includes thoroughly reworked teacher’s notes that ensure all the texts are exploited as fully as possible • New unit tests in the style of the Cambridge Young Learner Exams help the teacher monitor progress and offer remedial help as necessary level 3 9786074730876 9786074731064 9786074730937

level 4 level 5 level 6 9786074730883 9786074730890 9786074730906 9786074731071 9786074731088 9786074731095 9786074730944 9786074730951 9786074730968

SEE ALSO Macmillan Factual Readers p 43

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4 new titles for 2012!

TITLES

Fun, cultural and informative, this series of readers offers an extensive range of fiction and non-fiction titles that reinforce the basic structures and vocabulary found in most primary courses. Children will love the exciting adventures in stories such as Hide and Seek, A Hungry Visitor and A Thief in the Museum. The Macmillan Children’s Readers series can be used as supplementary reading material with any primary course.

Key features

• A picture dictionary (or wordlist) and activity pages at the back of each reader • Accompanying Audio (on CD or on the website www.macmillanenglish.com) gives children a chance to listen to the stories while they read them • The blend of Fact Files and topical fictional stories in levels 3-6 motivates older children and appeals to boys and girls equally

NEW

CHILDREN’S SUPPLEMENTARY

Macmillan Children’s Readers NEW

NEW

Beautiful photographic images in the Fact Files capture the interest of older children

Cross-curricular topics complement the fictional story in the upper levels

Crocodiles This crocodile lives in the River Nile in Africa. Some crocodiles are 6 metres long. Crocodiles can swim and they can run very fast.

long tail

Crocodiles have eggs. They carry baby crocodiles in their mouths.

long nose

sharp teeth big mouth 



Real Monsters/The Princess and the Dragon – level 3

Macmillan Children’s Readers level 1 Hide and Seek # The Frog and the Crocodile # Colin’s Colours** Pip the Pirate** Fantastic Freddy* Eddie’s Exercise* level 2 The Fancy Dress Competition # Lunch at the Zoo # Dom’s Dragon** Pat’s Picture** A Picnic Surprise!* Where’s Rex?* levels 1 and 2 Audio CD (containing titles marked*) Audio CD (containing titles marked**)

9780230402003 9780230402010 9781405057172 9781405057271 9780230010048 9780230010062 9780230402027 9780230402034 9781405057189 9781405057264 9780230010086 9780230010109 9780230028050 9781405081528

level 3 Wild Animals / A Hungry Visitor # 9780230404939 Where Does Our Rubbish Go?/ 9780230404946 Let’s Recycle! # The Ants’ Party** 9781405057295 The Unhappy Giant** 9781405057301 April Fool’s Day** 9781405074117 Birds / The Mysterious Egg* 9780230010123 Real Monsters / The Princess and the Dragon* 9780230010147 level 4 Incredible Sculptures / 9780230404977 A Thief in the Museum # Making Music / 9780230404984 The Talent Contest # Riverboat Bill** 9781405057288 What’s That Noise?** 9781405057196 New Year’s Eve** 9781405074124 Football Crazy! / What a Goal!* 9780230010161 Dogs / The Big Show* 9780230010185 levels 3 and 4 Audio CD (containing titles marked*) 9780230028067 Audio CD (containing titles marked**) 9781405057332

level 5 Pumpkins / A Pie for Miss Potter NEW # 9780230405011 New York / Adventure in the Big Apple NEW # 9780230405028 Penguins / Race to the South Pole** 9781405057226 Volcanoes / The Legend of Batok Volcano** 9781405057233 Castles / King Arthur’s Treasure** 9781405074148 London / A Day in the City* 9780230010208 Dangerous Weather / The Weather Machine* 9780230010222 level 6 Inventions / Lost NEW # 9780230405059 The Deep / The City Under the Sea NEW # 9780230405066 Planets / School Trip to the Moon** 9781405057240 Machu Picchu / Through the Fence** 9781405057257 Caves / The Lucky Accident** 9781405074131 Sharks and Dolphins / Dolphin Rescue* 9780230010246 Gold / Pirate’s Gold* 9780230010260 levels 5 and 6 Audio CD (containing titles marked*) 9780230028074 Audio CD (containing remaining titles**) 9781405081535

# Audio files for new titles are available to download for free from www.macmillanenglish.com. Please visit the website for more information.

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CHILDREN’S SUPPLEMENTARY

Macmillan English Handwriting

Key features

Louis Fidge

This is a comprehensive writing programme leading to a natural and fluent handwriting style, taking children from basic letter shapes to writing sentences. It can be used to supplement any primary course. Teacher Training DVD available on request.

Macmillan Children’s Dictionary

Little Writers A 9781405060783

Little Writers B 9781405060790

Little Writers C 9781405060806

Young Writers 1 9781405017183

Young Writers 2 9781405017190

Young Writers 3 9781405017206

Key features

Carolyn Barraclough

Beautifully illustrated, this photographic dictionary can be used alongside any children’s course. The clear, vibrant photographs illustrate some of the 800 words and help to make learning vocabulary easy.

Macmillan Picture Dictionary

• Graded reading, writing and speaking activities practise key vocabulary and allow ultimate flexibility • A full wordlist gives students easy access to all items • Both British and American vocabulary and spelling for use in any classroom with any syllabus Macmillan Children’s Dictionary

9780333953037

Key features

• 550 colourfully illustrated headwords • 24-page section of thematic pictures • Word games and puzzles • Topic- and situation-based

Dilys Brown

The ideal first dictionary, offering a range of tasks and exercises to consolidate new vocabulary. The fun illustrations help students to remember key language.

Macmillan Picture Dictionary

9780333647912

SEE ALSO

SEE ALSO

For downloadable versions of familiar titles and photocopiables, visit www.macmillaneducation.com/ebooks

Macmillan Mathematics and Macmillan Science p 46–47

American English Courses Children

NEW

We have a huge range of American English titles. For more details, visit www.macmillanenglish.com

cover not final

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• Activities designed to begin writing and develop a fluent legible style of handwriting • Photocopiable practice page • Teacher’s notes and helpful hints at the beginning of the book

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Class Presentation Tools

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Macmillan Education produces a wide range of products for use on Interactive Whiteboards and projectable devices, both to support Macmillan courses and as stand-alone resources for use alongside any coursebook.

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CHILDREN’S IWB MATERIAL

Story Magic

apps

Fun, varied and lively story-based Interactive Whiteboard software for the primary classroom that is easy to use for both students and teachers. Two levels, each containing nine units, follow the sequence of the Story Magic course, but can be used equally well as stand-alone material. Each unit contains a song and a story plus motivating activities that bring the stories to life!

Key features

• Can be used on any type of IWB and with any operating system • All presentation language is recorded to aid non-native speaker teachers to present accurate models of pronunciation • Practical on-screen demonstrations of how to teach with the IWB in the teacher support section • Navigational icons make this software easy to use for whole-class teaching

English World

These IWB materials are platform-independent Story Magic IWB CD-ROM Levels 1 and 2 9780230726918

iwb

book

SEE ALSO Story Magic

p 23

apps

English World takes account of the evolving digital environment in today’s primary classroom. Each level contains 12 units of interactive presentations covering vocabulary, dialogues, grammar, phonics, songs, spelling and listening. In addition, the DVD-ROM contains a testbuilder and filmed classes of the course being used in the classroom.

Key features

• Animated stories, posters and filmed dialogues bring the story to life and offer an authentic language model for students’ own roleplay • An interactive picture dictionary with audio for pronunciation practice (levels 1–4) • Writing features help pupils to prepare compositions in class • Testbuilder generates fully customised tests in an instant • Teacher-training videos demonstrate how to use the course and how to involve and motivate the class in the lesson SEE ALSO • Interactive phonics practice English World

Animal Explorers

These IWB materials are platform-independent English World IWB DVD-ROM Level 4 Level 1 9780230032248 Level 5 Level 2 9780230032255 Level 6 Level 3 9780230032262

p 18

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9780230032279 9780230032286 9780230032293

apps

Animal Explorers are flexible, topic-based online learning resources with video, audio and interactive exercises that are ideal for use in the classroom. Specially designed for use on Interactive Whiteboards, they feature integrated tools, such as a pen, highlighter and a colour palette. For more information and ISBNs, see page 7.

Science Zone

book

iwb

apps

Science Zone is designed for teachers of primary students who would like to use some cross-curricular content in their lessons, and who enjoy the versatility and teaching opportunities offered by Interactive Whiteboards.

These IWB materials are platform-independent

For more information and ISBNs, see page 7.

Busy Board

book

iwb

apps

Topic-based Interactive Whiteboard materials for primary students that encourage active involvement in the classroom. Ten beautifully illustrated topic areas and entertaining activities improve lexical and content knowledge through interactive games that get the students moving and motivated to learn. For more information and ISBNs, see page 7.

These IWB materials are platform-independent

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Gateway was the only coursebook on the market that met our students’ needs of developing communicative competence whilst also incorporating a strong focus on key generic exam skills.

Tom Lavin, Senior Teacher British Council, Bangkok, Thailand

TEENAGE COURSES TEENAGE COURSES Gateway

NEW

p 30

Shine

p 33

Smart

p 33

Move Ahead

p 33

Gateway NEW LEVELS Young children’s courses Hello New JoJo Inspiration NEW LEVELS You and Me Cheeky Monkey Inspiration Here’s Patch the Puppy Hello Robby Rabbit Hot Spot The Patch and Robby Show Brilliant Smash Fun Here Comes Minibus! Mini Magic English World NEW LEVELS Little Bugs Move Aheadcourses Children’s

New Inspiration NEW

p 34

Inspiration

p 35

Hot Spot Smash Tempo

Interactive Whiteboard Material

p 36

p 38

p 38

p 39

Big Bugs Shine English World Footprints Tempo Here Comes Super Bus Story Magic Class Presentation Tools Brilliant Jump Aboard Way Ahead Way Ahead Readers Macmillan English

p 12 p 12 p 13 p 13 p 13 p 13 p 14 p 14 p 14 p 15

p 15

p 36 p 37 p 38 p 39 p 40 p 40

p 15 p 40 p 16 p 18 p 40 p 20 p 20 p 41 p 20 p 20 p 21 p 21 p 22

Children’s supplementary

p 23

Macmillan English Handwriting Macmillan English Explorers Macmillan English Explorers Phonics Readers Selections Macmillan Children’s Readers Macmillan Foundation Skills Series Macmillan Children’s Dictionary Macmillan Picture Dictionary Picture Grammar for Children Children’s Games

p 23 p 24

Interactive Whiteboard Material

12

p 12 p 33

p 26 p 26 p 27 p 28 p 28 p 28 p 28 p 28

p 29


Gateway A2

B1

B1+

B2

NEW LEVELS

Key features

B2+

ELEMENTARY TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE David Spencer

Gateway is an academically rich five-level course designed to lead teenage students to success in schoolleaving and university entrance exams and prepare them for university and the world of work. The course stimulates the interest of students and teachers by providing cross-curricular and cultural content that is genuinely interesting, meaningful and thought-provoking. Gateway helps students prepare and practise for their school-leaving exams and equips them with lifelong learning and study skills. Taking an inductive approach to grammar, Gateway revises and extends students’ active knowledge of grammar and vocabulary through a wealth of varied skills-based activities that recycle, revise, evaluate and develop language skills.

TEENAGE COURSES

New for 2012: B2 and B2+

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

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive Whiteboard Material – see p 41

Lexical sets for topics in school-leaving exams are revised, extended and practised

Student’s site – see p 35 www.gateway-online.net Teacher’s resource site – see p 35 www.macmillanenglish.com/gateway Gateway Practice Online – see p 35 www.macmillanpracticeonline.com

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

Tips and exam success boxes throughout the course encourage students to learn effective exam strategies NEW

NEW

Gateway B2 Student’s Book

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

Gateway B2 Student’s Book

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TEENAGE COURSES

In both the ‘Developing speaking’ and ‘Developing writing’ sections, there is active practice and focus on key language

The ‘Writing Banks’ are fully extended at the back of the Student’s Books to include complete annotated model texts together with useful phrases and suggestions for organisation and content

Study skills tips encourage students to reflect on the best way to learn

CLICK pages blend content-based cross-curricular or literary texts with integrated skills practice

Gateway B2 Student’s Book

A wide variety of text types develop reading and writing skills strategies

Authentic texts and topic-based units are relevant and motivating for the age group

SEE ALSO Gateway Interactive Classroom Interactive software eWhiteboard book

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Gateway Student’s Book Student’s Book + Webcode Pack Workbook Teacher’s Book + Test CD Pack Class Audio CDs Interactive Classroom Single User Gateway Practice Online

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Gateway Online for Students www.gateway-online.net Accessible using an access token available in the Student’s Book and Webcode Pack.

TEENAGE COURSES

Gateway Online is a dynamic learning space for students using Gateway. Offering additional language practice through games, videos and interactive activities, it is a fun and challenging practice environment which can be accessed at home or during class.

Key features

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

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

Marks from activities are stored in the Markbook; results can be printed or emailed by students to share with their teacher

Gateway Online for Teachers www.macmillanenglish.com/gateway The free resource site for teachers of Gateway

Key features

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

Gateway – Onestopenglish Pathways Each level of Gateway is supported by high-quality materials from the number one resource site for English language teachers. The onestopenglish Pathways are designed to link directly to a wealth of resources within onestopenglish that are an ideal complement to each Student’s book.

Packed full of additional resources for teachers of Gateway, including culture worksheets, video projects and onestopenglish resources pathways

The Gateway community puts teachers using Gateway in touch with each other. Look out for David Spencer’s teaching tips and videos, and join in with teacher training discussions

Gateway Practice Online Gateway Practice Online courses offer students a wealth of interactive materials that complement the Student’s Book syllabus. Accessible from any computer with an internet connection, each level of the Gateway Practice Online courses includes over 150 activities, explicitly focussed on exam preparation and including methodical practice of language and vocabulary, plus a feature to help develop correct pronunciation. Students can also benefit from practice tests to check progress, with a timer to reproduce exam-style conditions. The activities will help learners prepare for their general school-leaving exam as well as for KET, PET and FCE. For more information about the courses, visit www.macmillanpracticeonline.com/gateway

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New Inspiration A1

A2

B1+

B2

C1

C2

NEW LEVELS

BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE Judy Garton-Sprenger and Philip Prowse

TEENAGE COURSES

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

Key features of the new edition

• Even more choice and variety of authentic topics • Unit opener pages introduce each topic and highlight learning objectives, to aid learner autonomy • More differentiation to cater specifically for mixed-ability classes • ‘Language Links’ features look at the influence of other languages and cultures on English • Fantastic, easy-to-use Inspiration Interactive Classroom Interactive Whiteboard software for each level • Comprehensive Teacher’s Book including a photocopiable resource pack and a Test CD-ROM • New Inspiration Practice Online includes extra interactive practice activities, videos and fun language games • Four extra CLIL lessons in the Workbook

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive Whiteboard Material see p 41 Resource site – see p 13

www.macmillanenglish.com/inspiration Reading texts are recorded on the Class Audio CD which is packaged with the Teacher’s Book

NEW

Macmillan Practice Online – see p 10 www.macmillanpracticeonline.com

NEW

‘Your response’ activities promote critical thinking

SEE ALSO New Inspiration Interactive Classroom Interactive Whiteboard software p 41

iwb

New Inspiration 3 Student’s Book

Writing models help students to structure their writing

apps

e book

SEE ALSO

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Effective Reading p 81 Macmillan Readers p 104 book onestopenglish pathways www.onestopenglish.com

New Inspiration Student’s Book Workbook Teacher’s Book + Test and Audio CD Pack Interactive Whiteboard Material New Inspiration Practice Online book

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She was surfing

Core lessons include extension activities that are perfect for LISTenInG Listen to the radio broadcast and decide: true or mixed-ability classes false? Correct the false sentences.

UNIT

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7 PrOnUnCIATIOn Listen and write the words in the correct column according to the pronunciation of the underlined letters.

1.10

1.11

Describing what happened and what was happening Past simple and past continuous

championship change competition international ocean professional punch shark shout watch

/ʃ/ splash

/tʃ/ beach

Key vocabulary is presented in the Word Bank boxes

TEENAGE COURSES

1 OPener What is unusual about the woman in the photo? What do you think happened to her?

8 VOCABULArY Match the phrasal verbs with their meanings, and find them in this lesson.

2 LISTenInG

Word Bank Phrasal verbs with get

Listen and complete the description of the film Soul Surfer.

1.08

get away get back get on get out (of) get over

Teenager punches crocodile Darwin, Australia

Soul Surfer is about an accident which happened to 1 -year-old surfer Bethany Hamilton. Amazingly, she got over the accident and was surfing again only four 2 later. Now she’s no longer a teenager and she competes successfully in 3 surfing championships. Anna Sophia Robb plays Bethany in the movie, which also stars Jack Nicholson’s 4 and Pierce Brosnan’s 5 .

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It was a beautiful morning. Bethany Hamilton was surfing with her best friend, Alana. The girls got on well together and frequently took part in surf competitions. Bethany hoped to become a professional surfer. ‘I had no warning at all. The water was clear and calm. It was more like a swimming pool than the Pacific Ocean. I had my right hand on the board and my left hand in the cool water. We were waiting for the next big wave. I was thinking “I hope the surf gets better soon” when suddenly I saw the shark. The attack happened so fast. The huge jaws of the 4½-metre shark covered the top of the board and my left arm. Then I watched in shock while the water around me turned bright red. I didn’t scream. It’s strange, but there was no pain at the time. But I knew I had to get back to the beach quickly. I started to paddle with one arm. I wasn’t thinking about the shark, or trying to get away from it. Only one thought was repeating itself again and again in my head: “Get to the beach.”’ While Bethany was recovering in hospital, she asked everyone the same question: ‘When can I surf again?’

Read the text about Bethany’s accident. What is the most surprising fact in it?

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4 AFTer reADInG Answer the questions.

1 What did Bethany and Alana often do? 2 What were Bethany’s plans for the future? 3 What was she thinking when the shark attacked? 4 What happened to the sea around her after the shark bit her? 5 What was she repeating to herself after the attack? 6 What question did she ask everyone in hospital? Your response What do

Shane was helping his father, Clive, in the garden. He decided to swim in the lake. While he was swimming, he heard a splash. He saw a small crocodile which was swimming towards him. When Shane shouted ‘Help!’, his father thought he was joking. The crocodile took Shane’s leg and pulled him under the water. When Shane kicked the crocodile, it closed its jaws. When he stood up, he saw the crocodile right behind him. When Shane and the crocodile were face to face, he punched it on the mouth. When the crocodile swam away, Shane got out of the water as fast as he could.

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Extension

9 WrITInG Write a short newspaper article describing what happened to Shane. Listen to the radio broadcast in exercise 5 again, and use the questions in exercise 6 to help you.

6 SPeAKInG Student A Ask Student B questions 1–5. Student B Close the book and answer the questions.

LAnGUAGe WOrKOUT

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Complete.

What was Shane doing in the garden? Where did Shane go for a swim? What did Shane hear while he was swimming? What did Shane see when he turned? What did Clive think when Shane shouted ‘Help!’?

Now change roles. Ask and answer questions 6–10.

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Where did the crocodile pull Shane? What did the crocodile do when Shane kicked it? What did Shane see after he stood up? What did Shane do when he was face to face with the crocodile? 10 What did Shane do when the crocodile swam away? AnswersandPractice Language File page 113

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you think about the way Bethany responded to the accident?

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Hot Spot A1

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BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE Colin Granger and Katherine Stannett

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

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

‘Grammar spots’ draw students’ attention to the grammar point being studied without being overwhelming Grammar spot going to

I’m going to do my homework. We’re going to try out my amazing new invention. Grammar page 98

Look at Rudolph’s list of plans for tomorrow. Make sentences with going to.

1 He’s going to watch a film with Helga.

Lesson objective

2 Amazing inventions 1 Presentation 2.22

Listen and read. What do you think? Which is Rudolph’s most amazing invention?

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1 watch a film with Helga 2 take Bonehead for a walk 3 visit Jude ay 4 buy a present for Mandy’s birthd 5 send an email to Sadie

Talking about future plans and arrangements

4 Vocabulary Match the verbs in A to the nouns in B. A 1 do 2 go 3 have 4 clear 5 spend 6 try out

B a b c d e f

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6 Listening 2.22 Emma and Sam are playing the Memory game. Look at Emma’s diary and listen. What three mistakes does she make?

1 S he’s not seeing the doctor at half past ten. She’s seeing the dentist.

Monday

3 Grammar practice

Key learning objectives are clearly stated at the top of every lesson

Interactive activities that encourage real communication can be found in every lesson

the day a new invention swimming homework lunch the table

10.30am see dentist ✓ ter 1.00pm have lunch with Pe usan 2.00pm play tennis with S fé 3.15pm meet Sarah at ca a 6.00pm go to cinem 7 Speaking Play the Memory game with a partner. Write five times and five plans on a piece of paper. Exchange the paper with your partner. Now test your partner. Can they remember their plans? When are you doing your homework? Where are you meeting your friend? What are you doing at six o’clock?

5 Pronunciation a

Martha What are your plans for this morning, Rudolph? Rudolph I’m meeting Jude at the park at ten o’clock. We’re going to try out my amazing new invention. Vincent Which one? Rudolph My new super-safe reflector rollerblades of course! Martha Well, don’t forget we’re having lunch with Uncle Bernard. We’re meeting him at one o’clock.

Vincent What are you going to do after lunch, Rudolph? Rudolph I’m going to do my homework and then I’m meeting Sadie at the swimming pool at three o’clock. Vincent But you can’t swim, Rudolph! Rudolph Not a problem! I’m going to wear my special inflatable goggles!

2.22 Listen and repeat the sentences. 1 We’re going to watch a film tonight. 2 I’m going to invite Laura to my party. 3 My brother is going to meet his friend at the park tomorrow. 4 Jodie is going to close the door but she’s not going to open the window.

b Work in pairs. Look at the words in bold in the sentences above. Do we say /tə/ or /tu:/? c

2.22

Write about your plans for the weekend. Include information about: • who you are going to see • what you are going to do • where you are going to go T his weekend I’m going to see my friend Marie. We’re going to listen to some music and then we’re going to ride our bikes to the park. For lunch, we’re …

Listen and check your answers.

8 Check your English

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My English file

Grammar spot

present continuous Helga’s playing football at quarter past nine. We’re meeting Uncle Bernard at one o’clock. Grammar page 98

Put the words into the correct order to make sentences about Rudolph’s plans for the day. 1 o’clock/park/He’s/ten/Jude/at/meeting/at/the 2 new/They’re/to/out/try/his/invention/going 3 Uncle/lunch/He’s/one/his/Bernard/having/at/with /o’clock 4 the/He’s/pool/Sadie/swimming/meeting/at 5 going/inflatable/He’s/his/to/goggles/wear

9 Martha Look at the time! It’s nine o’clock already! Come on, Vincent. Helga’s playing football at quarter past nine. Vincent OK. Rudolph, can you clear the table, please? Rudolph Sure …. Aagghhhh!

2 Comprehension Look at the list. Who is going to do each activity?

1 Rudolph and Jude

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Rudolph Hi Jude. I’ve got a new plan for today. I’m going to spend the day in bed!

1 meet in the park 2 have lunch with Uncle Bernard 3 do homework 4 go swimming 5 play football

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Lesson objective Describing an experience

14 An amazing experience

Adjectives

1 Presentation a

Position of adjectives Match the rules with the examples.

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

1 2 a b b

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

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Barrier

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1 I’m very tired today.

Coral Sea

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

b Take a vote. Do you think scuba diving should be allowed close to a coral reef? Vote and write the results.

Yes 7 students

Queensland

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

No 15 students

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

Listen again and find out these things.

1 Why Janiki recommends the Elephant Conversation Centre. 2 What a mahout does. 3 The age of Janiki’s elephant. 4 What you climb to get on top of the elephant. 5 What the bench on top of the elephant is made of. 6 What you hold on to when the elephant starts to move. 7 Why riding an elephant is like riding a roller coaster. 8 What you can do at the end of the ride.

‘Check your English’ sections focus on learner autonomy

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4 Grammar practice

Now tell a classmate what you found out. The people are kind to their elephants and look after them well.

Study tip

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

Adjectives scary film spectacular landscape sun-soaked beach

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

1 a beautiful blue dress

3 Vocabulary

a Read the text again and find the answers to these questions. Then discuss them with your classmates. 1 2 3 4 5 6

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

b

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

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

The downside

2 Comprehension

a

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

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

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

Adjectives normally go in front of a noun. Adjectives go after the verb to be. Scuba diving in Queensland is amazing. is amazing. ere you can explore the breathtakingly Here H you can explore the breathtakingly beautiful beautiful Great Barrier Reef. Great Barrier Reef.

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

6 Check your English

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

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

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TEENAGE COURSES

A scuba diving experience off the Australian

5 Listening and speaking

Grammar spot

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

Put the adjectives in the right order.

1 a tiny, round, plastic ball 1 2 3 4

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

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

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

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Developing language-learning skills through its lively approach, this four-level course is designed to appeal to the sense of fun and curiosity of young teenagers. Built on the most recent research into fixing vocabulary and seeing words in collocational chunks, Smash reflects the latest findings on how the brain processes book book and accesses new words.

• Cross-cultural and cross-curricular topic information appeals to teenagers • Systematic vocabulary and grammar presentation • Links with the CEF • Regular recycling and revision units • Writing syllabus with models, guidance and tips • Downloadable tests from www.macmillanenglish.com/smash

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The four secondary levels (7-10) build on the systematic language development and consistent approach to skills of English World levels one to six whilst also developing important real world skills. ‘Check-in’ pages prepare students for the unit theme, and discussion tasks get students thinking about the topic and also promote learner autonomy. Comprehension activities place an emphasis on students’ personal responses and include critical-thinking questions.

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A comprehensive five-level course for teenagers and young adults, with a strong structural syllabus with particular emphasis on developing reading and writing skills for use in an academic setting.

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Key features

• Innovative Teacher’s DVD-ROM adds an exciting dimension to classroom teaching, and helps the teacher prepare customised materials • Testbuilder on the Teacher’s DVD-ROM means teachers can produce customised progress checks • ‘Check-in’ pages with discussion tasks, prepare students for the theme and topic, of each unit • Comprehension activities include criticalthinking questions and an emphasis on students’ own responses

For details of ISBNs see p 19

Key features

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For details of ISBNs, please visit www.macmillanenglish.com

Key features

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BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE Judy Garton-Sprenger and Philip Prowse

• Nine project ideas at the back of the Student’s Book • A sound file practises pronunciation and intonation • Dramatised dialogues for students to act out in class • Accompanying Grammar Series provides further practice and explanation of grammatical structures

An exciting three-level course for teenagers, Shine features a clear and systematic approach to grammar set within a topic-based framework.

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Designed specifically for ‘betweenagers’, Tempo is a comprehensive course with motivating topics that will stimulate the interests of young teenagers. Ideal for busy teachers, Tempo demonstrates the target language and communicative strategies for the unit and cross-refers them with the CEF.

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CLIL

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Macmillan Factual Readers

Beautifully designed in full colour with striking images, the Macmillan Factual Readers help learners build confidence and fluency in their reading ability as well as enhancing their knowledge of other subjects. Free Teaching Notes, audio and exercises are available to download.

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Snowflakes are made from ice. They grow in very cold clouds. They start off as tiny ice crystals, and then get larger and larger. All snowflakes have six sides.

The water cycle explains how water moves around the land, the sea and the air. This diagram shows how water moves around the water cycle.

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Rain falls from the clouds.

Water vapour cools and makes clouds.

This rain is made up of big drops of water. Heavy rain like this often causes floods.

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Water evaporates from seas, lakes and rivers.

Words in bold are defined in the detailed glossary

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Rainwater runs into rivers and back to the sea.

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Kingfisher Kingfisher is an internationally trusted children’s publisher and part of the Macmillan Publishing Group. It is committed to innovative, accessible approaches to learning. www.kingfisherbooks.com

CLIL – Primary

Kingfisher First Encyclopedia Age 5+ A1

A2 B1+ B2

A clear and simple first reference book for children beginning to read on their own. 9780753431849

Kingfisher First Encyclopedia of Animals Age 5+ A2

B1 B1+ B2

A fascinating introduction to different animals, with clear, simple text and activities to aid further learning. 9780753431856

Kingfisher First Dictionary Age 5+ A1

A2

B1

B2

Clear definitions and sample sentences are supported by colour photographs and illustrations, spelling tips, thematic spreads and wordlists. 9780753431825

The Kingfisher First Picture Atlas Age 6+ A1

A2

B1

B2

The perfect first atlas, with an informative look-and-find game in each of the 20 maps, plus information on the history and culture of key places. 9780753413005

Kingfisher First Thesaurus Age 5+ A1

A2

B1

B2

An ideal first wordfinder for young readers, with synonyms and antonyms, sample sentences, lively illustrations, word games and activities. 9780753431832

The Kingfisher First Animal Picture Atlas Age 6+ A1

A2

B1

B2

Brings the animal inhabitants of each continent to life with the help of fun pictorial icons and an in-depth look at key habitats. 9780753413241

The Kingfisher World Atlas Age 8+ A2

B1 B1+ B2

Featuring over 50 digital maps and a CD-ROM with more than 40 ready-toprint maps. 9780753417423

The Encyclopedia of Everything Age 9+ A2

B1 B1+ B2

An amazing one-volume encyclopedia arranged around ten core subjects, packed with colourful illustrations and the latest photography. 9780753433423

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The Kingfisher Children’s Atlas Age 7+ A2

B1 B1+ B2

Featuring easy-to-read digital relief maps, informative text and photographs, and a fold-out world map poster. 9780753417072


I Wonder Why Age 6+ A2

B1 B1+ B2

CLIL – Primary

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

Key features

• Question-and-answer structure provides a friendly way for children to engage with factual information • Short, easy-to-read sentences and conversational language perfectly deliver solid facts in a natural and imaginative way • Cartoons add humour while aiding understanding • The series covers a wide range of core curriculum topics

Navigators Age 9+ A1

A2

B1

B2

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

Key features

• Crammed with information in accessible, bite-sized chunks • Appealing to reluctant and less confident readers, yet with plenty for more able pupils to get their teeth into • Additional information such as weblinks and quotations from books and films encourages further investigation and gives topics a wider context • Key terms defined on each spread and in final glossary • Authoritative information checked by expert consultants

Discover Science Age 6+ A2

B1 B1+ B2

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

Key features

• All the essential facts in accessible, bite-sized chunks • Notes suggest extension activities and highlight material that links to the Science and English curriculum • Simple, colourful projects provide lots of opportunities to get creative while learning • Glossary, quiz and ‘Did You Know?’ sections reinforce prior learning • ‘Find out more’ section is packed with books to read and websites to explore I Wonder Why I Wonder Why Kangaroos Have Pouches I Wonder Why My Tummy Rumbles I Wonder Why Penguins Can’t Fly I Wonder Why Ponies Wear Shoes I Wonder Why Pyramids Were Built I Wonder Why Snakes Shed Their Skin I Wonder Why Spiders Spin Webs I Wonder Why Stars Twinkle I Wonder Why the Sun Rises I Wonder Why the Sea is Salty I Wonder Why the Wind Blows I Wonder Why Triceratops Had Horns I Wonder Why Camels Have Humps I Wonder Why Caterpillars Eat So Much I Wonder Why Greeks Built Temples I Wonder Why Leaves Change Colour I Wonder Why Mountains Have Snow On Top I Wonder Why Planes Have Wings

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Navigators Navigators Ancient Egypt Navigators Ancient Rome Navigators Ancient Greece Navigators Animals Navigators Planet Earth Navigators Stars and Planets Navigators Dinosaurs Navigators Oceans and Seas Navigators Rainforest Navigators Extreme Weather Navigators Mammals Navigators Pirates Navigators Killer Creatures Navigators Knights and Castles Navigators Human Body Navigators Technology

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Discover Science Discover Science Animal Disguises

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Macmillan Science

Key features

• Investigative hands-on approach to learning through practical activities makes the lessons memorable and enjoyable • Each lesson starts with stimuli from the children’s environment • Comprehensive syllabus ensures knowledge of the key areas is built up gradually and thoroughly • Clear learning outcomes make the purpose of each unit clear to teachers and pupils • Key word boxes highlight difficult vocabulary • A glossary explaining key words encourages learner independence • CD-ROM for each level includes over 100 practice activities, as well as simulated experiments which allow pupils to try out things that are not possible in the classroom

CLIL – Primary

David Glover and Penny Glover

Designed for 6–12 year-olds, Macmillan Science follows current best practice in science education and is written by leading authors of primary science resources in the UK. Through stimulating content and carefully graded activities and exercises, pupils are guided to develop a sound framework of scientific knowledge and understanding. Macmillan Science bridges the gap between mainstream curriculum teaching and CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) or English-medium teaching with a course that can be used with confidence by all teachers.

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive CD-ROM

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

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• the bottom part of a plastic bottle • blotting paper • bean seeds • water • paper • coloured pencils • strips of paper • scissors • a stick

• Observe the bean seed as it germinates. Which sprouts first – the root or the shoot? Which way do they grow? • Draw a picture of your bean every day. • Record the height of the bean with a strip of paper each week. • Lay out the strips in a row. This is a graph of your bean’s growth. stick

Label the parts of the plant as they appear. 20

paper strip

Pupils find out things for themselves through hands-on activities and experiments

Macmillan Science Pupil’s Book Pack Workbook Teacher’s Book

level 1 9780230732933 9780230028395 9780230028401

level 2 9780230732940 9780230028432 9780230028449

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

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level 3 9780230732957 9780230028470 9780230028487

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Macmillan Science 3 Pupil’s Book level 4 9780230732964 9780230028517 9780230028524

level 5 9780230732971 9780230028555 9780230028562

level 6 9780230732988 9780230028593 9780230028609


Macmillan Mathematics Paul Broadbent and Anne Broadbent

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive CD-ROM

• Solid structure means the syllabus is covered systematically and comprehensively • One concept per lesson helps pupils to assimilate their learning before moving on • Clear, concise explanations of concepts with a wealth of examples, exercises and word problems support learning and teaching • Tasks help children to apply what they’ve learnt to the real world • ‘Try this’ boxes give extra challenge to fast finishers and a chance for more practice • Assessment at the end of every unit means teachers can review progress regularly • CD-ROM with 90 practice activities for each grade provides further consolidation • One-per-term Combined Pupil’s Book and Workbook • Teacher’s Book with full-colour pages from the Pupil’s Books gives the teacher everything they need to teach this course

CLIL – Primary

Macmillan Mathematics bridges the gap between mainstream curriculum teaching and CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) or English-medium teaching with a course that can be used with confidence by all teachers. Macmillan Mathematics has been written by experts in the field of primary education and is based on thorough research. This course is for 6–12 year-olds.

Key features

The target concept is presented clearly through illustrations and visual concepts

Numbers to 9999

3 0 0 0 20 0 70 4

Thousands, hundreds, tens and units These show thousands, hundreds, tens and units.

1 thousand 1000

4 hundreds 400

5 tens 50

2 units 2

1452 = 1000 + 400 + 50 + 2

1 4 5 2

10 0 0 4 0 0 5 0 2

2 Write the number shown by each arrow card. Example

1 Write the numbers shown on each mat.

➔ ➔

1386

1 3 8 6

3274

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80

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700

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3 Draw a line to join the matching numbers and words. 12/2/09 15:29:50three hundred and thirty-three three thousand, two thousand, two hundred and two three thousand two thousand and twelve three hundred two thousand and twenty

MEM PB3A.indd 4

2202 300 2012 2020 3333 3000

Try this

‘Try this’ boxes check pupils’ understanding of the lesson

Write the number that is 1 more than each of these. The first has been done for you. a) 9099

9100

d) 9990

b) 9909

c) 9009

e) 9999

5

Macmillan Mathematics 3 Pupil’s Book

MEM PB3A.indd 5

Macmillan Mathematics Pupil’s Book Pack Pupil’s Book B Teacher’s Book

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level 2 9780230732889 9780230028197 9780230028203

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12/2/09 15:29:56

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

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Macmillan Natural and Social Science

Key features

Joanne Ramsden and Helen Sanderson

CLIL – Primary

Macmillan Natural and Social Science is a six-level course for children studying science in English. The course develops children’s knowledge of science, history and geography as well as providing systematic development of English language skills. The activities are varied in their approach to provide a motivating stimulus to children’s learning and cater for differences in learning styles. A key feature of the course is the development of English language skills alongside science content. Language and vocabulary are carefully graded and introduced within the science context. The language is integrated into each topic and summarised at the start of each unit and lesson. All four skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing are introduced and built on.

MACMILLAN DIGITAL

• Children are introduced to scientific investigation skills by carrying out experiments, collecting evidence, observing and noting things around them, recording their findings in charts or by drawing, labelling or writing results • Content-based songs, raps and stories contextualise the concepts • Revision pages review the main concepts and language of each unit, and also contain a selfassessment section where children can evaluate their level • All the vocabulary items (levels 1 and 2) are included in a pack of 120 full-colour Flashcards • A pack of Posters of the key content and vocabulary areas is also provided for all levels • The Pupil’s Book includes a picture dictionary • Photocopiable Resources CDs contain worksheets, tests and word cards • Interactive Whiteboard material to accompany this course includes slide presentations, animations, simulations and interactive posters • Activity Books for levels 3 and 4 provide further written practice and consolidation of the science content

Interactive Whiteboard Material

Learning objectives are clearly presented at the start of the unit

Activities are child-friendly and engage students in applying scientific thinking

Pupil’s Book

Helen Sanderson

LEVELS 5&6 COMING 2012

Clear vocabulary presentation

Macmillan Natural and Social Science Pupil’s Book Pack* Pupil’s Book Activity Book Pack* Teacher’s Notes Flashcards Poster Pack IWB material

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*At levels 1 & 2 the Audio CDs are packaged with the Student’s Book; at all other levels they are packaged with the Activity Book

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Macmillan Natural and Social Science 3 Pupil’s Book

Detailed illustrations help with comprehension

Onestopclil p 51 Macmillan Study Dictionary Macmillan School Dictionary Uncovering CLIL p 109

p 100 p 101


Macmillan Vocabulary Practice Series A1

A2

B1+

B2

C1

Key features of the books

C2

PRE-INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED Keith Kelly

CLIL

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

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

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

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive CD-ROM

Clear and simple diagrams aid subject matter comprehension

SEE ALSO Onestopclil p 51 Macmillan Study Dictionary Macmillan School Dictionary Uncovering CLIL p 109

p 100 p 101

Vocabulary Practice Series – Geography

Key features of the CD-ROMs

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

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

9780230535039 9780230535022 9780230535060 9780230535053

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

9780230719743 9780230719736 9780230719767 9780230719774

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Macmillan Topics A1

A2

B1+

B2

C1

C2

CLIL

BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE Susan Holden

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

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

Key features

• The reader’s personal experience is placed at the centre of the reading process • The articles present a variety of text types, styles and formats • Topics related to science, history and the arts provide specialised information and viewpoints • A ‘Check it Out’ section provides a checklist of specialist language, plus useful websites

Macmillan Topics People beginner Places beginner Animals beginner plus Sports beginner plus Environment elementary Festivals elementary Communication pre-intermediate Entertainment pre-intermediate Consumers intermediate Travel and Tourism intermediate Teacher’s Book Pack (with Audio CD)

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SEE ALSO onestopclil p 51 Macmillan Study Dictionary Macmillan School Dictionary Uncovering CLIL p 109

p 100 p 101

Mini projects and ‘Investigation Points’ encourage readers to research further, while the Projects section provides ideas for more extensive research

Macmillan Topics – Sport

A ‘Word File’ glossary of key vocabulary on each page gives essential while-reading lexical support, with common American and British English differences noted Macmillan Topics – Environment

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Onestopclil Onestopclil is a section of onestopenglish dedicated entirely to primary and secondary CLIL teachers. Available as part of the onestopenglish subscription, it includes hundreds of subjectspecific resources for both English language teachers and subject teachers, with regular updates and monthly editorials.

Key features

CLIL

• Free samples available to download and try • Hundreds of worksheets, teacher’s notes, lesson plans and projects for science, geography, history, economics and mathematics • Exciting experiments and animations • An image bank to brighten up the classroom • Methodology tips and articles from leading experts

For more information, visit www.onestopenglish.com/clil

Topic-based projects and webquests

To engage pupils’ interest and spark creativity, the young learners’ worksheets include fun pictures, rhymes, drawing and colouring exercises, arts and crafts activities, and optional song and dance performances. At secondary level there is a wide range of curriculum topics for students aged 11-18. Accompanying teacher’s notes provide guidance on using the worksheets and offer ideas for additional classroom activities.

Image gallery

Diagrams and illustrations brighten up the classroom and improve students’ understanding and vocabulary. You can simply download the images and print as flash cards, project them on a screen or use them with an Interactive Whiteboard; you’ll also have access to a wealth of tips and hints on how you can use subjectspecific images to support your materials.

Animations, PowerPoint presentations and modular resources

These digital resources can be used for whole-class teaching using a projector. Each animation comes in a PowerPoint presentation, complete with pre- and postwatching tasks, while the accompanying worksheets and teacher’s notes offer more ideas for classroom and group activities.

SEE ALSO onestopenglish.com p 8 Macmillan Study Dictionary Macmillan School Dictionary Uncovering CLIL p 109

p 100 p 101

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Unlike many other general English coursebooks, Global has incorporated critical-thinking skills in both its topic selection and the way the material has been organised. This is another important quality of the course which distinguishes it to appeal to an adult audience. Probably the best feature of this coursebook is the presentation of authentic and unscripted recordings for listening activities… For the educator this opens up different teaching avenues into dialects, accents, intonation, common expressions etc.

Martha Hendra, Independent Educational Consultant, Australia

ADULT COURSES Global NEW LEVEL Global New Out NewInside Inside Out

Inside InsideOut Out Straightforward Mind Series Second Edition NEW

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p 60

Move Move

p 62

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p 63

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Unlike many other general English course books, Global has incorporated critical thinking skills in both its topic selection and the way the material has been organised. This is another important quality of the course which distinguishes it to appeal to an adult audience. Probably the best feature of this coursebook is the presentation of authentic and unscripted recordings for listening activities… For the educator this opens up different teaching avenues into dialects, accents, intonation, commonexpressions etc.

Material

p60

Martha Hendra, Independent Educational Consultant, Australia

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Global A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

NEW LEVEL

Awar Winnerd

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

ADULT COURSES

Global is an award-winning six-level general English course for adult learners. It is an information-rich course, sophisticated in both presentation and approach. It has international appeal, combining challenging content, intelligent topics and cross-cultural awareness. It features none of the celebrity-driven lifestyle content often found in typical general English courses for adults. The Global approach is fully aware of the needs of today’s learners, and places an emphasis on effective communication in English between both native and non-native speakers. Global helps users to learn English, to learn about English and to learn through English, and is the ideal course for students who want to communicate in a global environment. Information-rich, Inteligent topics The topics throughout the Coursebook have been chosen to appeal to an adult learner’s curiosity, and to reflect material that they would naturally read for pleasure in their native language. Critical thinking skills are promoted through the choice of topics and the way the material is exploited.

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

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

Function Globally

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

‘On the go’ Study

There is a wide variety of extra authentic listening and video material included on the eWorkbook. Students can load the files on their MP3/video player and study and review ‘on the go’.

Print Workbook

Teacher’s Book & Resource CD The comprehensive Global Teacher’s Book Pack contains a wide range of materials, including background information, language notes, lesson plans, and ideas for adapting ‘global’ activities to local contexts, along with a CD containing photocopiable worksheets, activities and tests. There are also specialist essays, focusing on key aspects of language teaching, written by a range of well-known and award-winning ELT guest authors and teacher trainers. These essays are also available as a podcast series from: www.macmillanenglish.com/global

NEW

The Workbooks complement and expand on the content of the Coursebook. They present the language practice activities of the eWorkbook in an easyto-use printed format. The Workbooks also include an Audio CD for use with the listening and pronunciation activities. See p 55 for details of the eWorkbook.

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ADULT COURSES

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

UNIT

Functions covered include language for travel, work and social events

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Global Pre-intermediate Coursebook

Heroes & Villains

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

Vocabulary is presented in context and developed further

Stephen Mitchell

Part 1 Speaking & Vocabulary Heroism and Personal qualities Reading Gilgamesh Vocabulary Expressions with stand and give

Speaking and Vocabulary 1 Work in pairs. Can you think of any historical or contemporary figures (male or female) who are commonly regarded as heroes or heroines in your culture? 2 Read some possible characteristics of a hero. Which are true of the people you suggested in exercise 1? Compare your ideas with a partner. A hero is someone who: 1 faces dangers and trials without fear 2 is concerned about the welfare of others rather than about himself / herself 3 has complete faith in his / her abilities 4 follows strong moral principles 5 if necessary, will die for the sake of another person or group 6 never betrays friends, family or nation 7 is not distracted from his / her goals 8 keeps going regardless of obstacles or discouragement 9 has strong beliefs and a sense of mission 10 is not arrogant, and is modest about his / her qualities and achievements

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

3 Match the qualities in the box to the statements in exercise 2. conviction integrity

courage loyalty

perseverance self-sacrifice

5 ‘Our age has celebrities and role-models but no heroes.’ Do you agree?

Reading 1 What is an ‘epic’? Can you think of any examples of epics in literature or movies? 2 Read Gilgamesh: the epic and answer the questions. 1 2 3

Why is the poem historically significant? Is it fact or fiction? Which two senses of the word ‘hero’ are referred to?

3 Read the extracts from the poem, which start when Gilgamesh and Endiku are about to confront the monster Humbaba. Who experiences fear, and who offers encouragement?

1 2

self-confidence

selflessness

Which heroic qualities are described in the extracts? Underline words and phrases that describe: • the physical experience of fear • the emotion of fear

5 In the poem, find places that suggest the following: Heroism leads to fame and glory. Fighting together is more effective than fighting alone. Heroes should not show fear.

Gilgamesh: the epic

1

Written in about 2000 BC, Gilgamesh is one of the oldest literary works in the world, and is set in the cradle of Western civilisation, between the Tigris and the Euphrates (where present day Iraq is situated). This epic poem was lost for centuries, and then discovered in 1844 written on stone tablets in the ancient language Akkadian. In the introduction to his modern version, Stephen Mitchell writes: ‘Its hero, Gilgamesh, was a historical king who reigned in the Mesopotamian city of Uruk in about 2750 BC. In the epic, he battles monsters with his good friend, Endiku.

6 Do you agree with the statements in exercise 5? How far do you think the poem depicts a male view of heroism?

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Unit 5 Heroes

Bhagavad Gita, and The Selected Poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke.

Vocabulary 1 Read the following opinions and match the words and phrases in italics with the synonyms in the box. abandon defend 1 2 3

4

4 Answer the questions with a partner.

humility

single-mindedness

is a writer of poetry and fiction who is widely known for his original and definitive versions of spiritual writings and poetry. His many books include the bestselling Tao Te Ching, Gilgamesh, The Book of Job,

4 Work in pairs. Write the adjectives for as many of the nouns in exercise 3 as you can, eg courageous. What other qualities can also be considered heroic?

2 3

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obstruct

confront remain firm

From Gilgamesh, A New English Version, Stephen Mitchell, Profile Books 2004

2 Underline the words and expressions in the sentences in exercise 1 that express a contrast, then complete the rules with the phrases below. however / wherever / wherever, etc. irrespective of 1 2

Use phrase. Use

regardless of

no matter how / what / where, etc.

or

followed by a noun or noun

or

followed by a verb phrase.

3 Read the statements in exercise 1 again and for each statement, write down how far you agree on a scale of 1–5 (1 = Agree strongly, 5 = disagree strongly). Then choose some of the statements to discuss in small groups.

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

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compromise

make concessions

You should always stand up to bullies, no matter how much they may threaten you. Never give up hope, however bleak a situation may appear. It is best to stand your ground in an argument, however convincing your opponent’s arguments may be. Governments should never give in to terrorists, regardless of the danger they may pose. You should never give way on your principles, however tempted you may be. Parents should not stand in the way of their children’s ambitions, irrespective of whether they are right or wrong. You should stand up for the rights of all people, regardless of their race, gender or political or religious affiliation. Always stand by your friends and family, whatever they may have done.

Gilgamesh Gilgamesh said, ‘Courage, dear brother, this is no time to give in to fear. We have come so far, across so many mountains, and our journey is about to reach its goal. Though your arms feel weak now and your legs tremble, you are a warrior, you know what to do. If we help each other and fight side by side we will make a lasting name for ourselves, we will stamp our fame on men’s minds forever.’ They came within sight of the monster’s den. He was waiting inside it. Their blood ran cold. He saw the two friends, he grimaced, he bared his teeth, he let out a deafening roar. He glared at Gilgamesh. ‘Young man,’ he said, ‘you will never go home. Prepare to die.’ Dread surged through Gilgamesh, terror flooded his muscles, his heart froze, his mouth went dry, his legs shook, his feet were rooted to the ground. Gilgamesh backed away. He said, ‘How dreadful Humbaba’s face has become! It is changing into a thousand nightmare faces, more horrible than I can bear. I feel haunted. I am too afraid to go on.’ Enkidu answered, ‘Why, dear friend, do you speak like a coward? What you just said is unworthy of you. It grieves my heart. We must not hesitate or retreat. Two intimate friends cannot be defeated. Be courageous. Remember how strong you are. I will stand by you. Now let us attack.’

Heroes Unit 5

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MACMILLAN DIGITAL

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

Interactive Whiteboard material Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM Student’s eWorkbook

ADULT COURSES

Resource site – see p 12 www.macmillanenglish.com/global

eWorkbook The Global eWorkbook represents an evolution in self-study materials, providing a wide range of resources including: • Listening and video materials, including video content from the BBC Worldwide documentary archive, which can be viewed on a computer or downloaded to portable devices such as iPods for ‘on the go’ study • Focus on listening to learn with audio wordlists, useful phrases and model conversations • Interactive grammar and language practice activities • Reference sections focusing on writing skills, vocabulary and grammar • Printable worksheets for further study and practice The language practice is also available as a printed Workbook (see page 53) Global Pre-intermediate eWorkbook

Global on your learning network The Global eWorkbook is available as a fully SCORM-compliant module to integrate into an institutional Learning Management System (LMS) or Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). All of the interactive activity types and multimedia found in the eWorkbook are available to students. All the student needs is an account on the LMS, with access to the Global materials. They can then practise English and their marks will be recorded within the LMS. Find out more on our website and download a free month’s trial.

Global Digital Interactive Whiteboard Software A digital version of Global that allows you to display the Coursebook on the big screen with all the audio, video and interactive activities integrated and instantly accessible. It features a complete set of tools for working with and creating content in the Teacher’s Area, and is platform-independent. This means Global Digital can be used with any make of Interactive Whiteboard or even with a simple projector and laptop combination. For more information on Global Digital, see page 63.

Global Website Global has a truly unique website to support teachers using the course. Alongside all the standard resources teachers have come to expect from a course website, it features: • Teaching Tips Blog – a regularly updated blog featuring ideas and tips for using Global in

the classroom • Author Blog – regular posts from the Global author team • Global Bloggers – a community blog written by practising ELT teachers across the globe • Weekly eLessons including photocopiable worksheets and Teacher’s Notes • Global Author podcasts from the specialist Teacher’s Book essays • New Teacher Development area helps you make the most of mobile learning in the classroom

www.macmillanenglish.com/global

Global Coursebook Coursebook + eWorkbook Pack Class Audio CDs Teacher’s Book + Resource CD Pack Workbook + CD with Key Workbook + CD without Key Global Digital (single user version) Global Digital (multiple user version)

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New Inside Out A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

Key features

• Every Student’s Book comes with a multimedia CD-ROM with interactive practice and extension activities • Expanded grammar sections offer comprehensive coverage of key language points, whilst the new ‘Grammar Extra’ sections recycle and review this language • ‘Useful Phrases’ and ‘Vocabulary Extra’ sections provide real-world language • The comprehensive, all-in-one Teacher’s Book is the perfect companion to the course, providing teacher’s notes, practical teaching tips, photocopiable activities and a Test CD containing editable tests

C2

ADULT COURSES

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

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

WHY CHOOSE NEW INSIDE OUT? Subjects that matter to students

Activities to get people talking

Making it personal makes it meaningful

Giving students skills to be self-sufficient

Units are built around topics students like to read and talk about and articles are sourced from real magazines, books and websites and are chosen for their relevance to learners’ lives. Personalisation is at the very heart of New Inside Out. Everything students learn is focused around their own experiences, opinions and tastes.

Teachable for teachers

The Inside Out series was created by teachers for teachers. The structuring of learning around personalised exercises means that everything is integrated: grammar, language, speaking and writing skills all link together. Teachers can access a wealth of tools, materials and ideas that make English inspiring to teach and inspiring to learn.

Varied methods create vitality

Activities are designed to make people keen to speak. They use learners’ own experience to encourage meaningful conversation. The emphasis is on what learners can do with language, how they can manipulate it for themselves, rather than on what they know. The outcome is that they can use it successfully to get their message across when speaking and writing, and to understand others when listening and reading.

Success is guaranteed

New Inside Out has had over a decade to prove its worth. Millions of students around the world are now using the English they learned in the classroom with Inside out to do business, improve their career prospects and make new friends in the real world.

Stimulating different senses enlivens lessons and increases students’ learning power. The variety of books (digital and print) CD-ROMs, DVDs, online material and audio visual tools brings variety to teaching and energy to lessons and reinforces students’ knowledge. Headings clearly show the contents and structure of each unit

Grammar is introduced through realistic contexts

Grammar reference sidebars give easy access to reference information

Well-balanced mix of skills and language activities Focus on personalisation using students’ own experiences

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New American

Inside Out Sue Kay

Vaughan Jones

Adapted by: Peter Maggs

Catherine Smith

Student’s Book with CD-ROM

Beginner

New American

Inside Out Sue Kay Vaughan Jones

Adapted by: Peter Maggs Catherine Smith Student’s Book with CD-ROM

New American

Inside Out Sue Kay

Vaughan Jones

Adapted by: Peter Maggs

Catherine Smith

Student’s Book with CD-ROM

Elementary

Pre-Intermediate

American English version available. Visit www.macmillanenglish. com/newamericaninsideout

New American

Inside Out Sue Kay

Vaughan Jones

Adapted by: Peter Maggs

Catherine Smith

Student’s Book with CD-ROM

Intermediate

New American

Inside Out Sue Kay

Vaughan Jones

Adapted by: Peter Maggs

Catherine Smith

Student’s Book with CD-ROM

Upper Intermediate

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ADULT COURSES

Designed for the 21st century classroom, New Inside Out Digital is the perfect tool for teachers using the New Inside Out general English course with their students. It features two interlinked teaching modes – the Digital Book (featuring the complete Student’s Book along with all associated multimedia assets), and the Teacher’s Area (for the creation of custom content). See p 63 for more details.

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The original Inside Out is also still available. Visit www.insideout.net for information, samples and resources.

New American

Inside Out Sue Kay

Vaughan Jones

Adapted by: Peter Maggs

Catherine Smith

Student’s Book with CD-ROM

Advanced

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive CD-ROM Interactive Whiteboard Material – see p 63 Macmillan Practice Online – see p 10 www.macmillanpracticeonline.com

Original and New Inside Out Practice Online

Resource site – see p 12

www.macmillanenglish.com/insideout

Inside Out and New Inside Out Practice Online provide online resources designed to supplement the Student’s Books, with over 100 activities at each level, all divided into units that mirror those in the books. Students can log in from any computer with an internet connection, working on their English at school, at home or on the go. With exercises covering grammar, vocabulary, listening and pronunciation activities, as well as web projects, these online courses offer invaluable supplementary practice for the language covered in the texts. Marks can be quickly viewed and exported as a PDF. For more information, visit www.macmillanpracticeonline.com

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Straightforward Second Edition

NEW

ADULT COURSES

A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

NEW EDITION

C2

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

Straightforward has come of age and has been treated to a review, revamp and facelift. Much of the content has been updated and made more relevant to our ever-changing world. New topics, articles and exercises appear within a fresh new design.

NEW

All the old teachers’ favourites are still there – meaning it will still be a joy to teach with. Each unit is structured to provide one lesson per double-page spread (A/B/C/D), lasting around 90 minutes. All lessons are interlinked to promote better and more memorable learning, but there is the flexibility to pick out certain key sections to focus on certain language points. All language points are clearly signposted and scaffolded so there is great clarity of progression of learning – students can really feel they are getting somewhere. These are extra communication pages and unit reviews to save the teacher searching for extra material, plus new videos, online material and photocopiables to extend and add to a lesson.

NEW

Straightforward Practice Online – Accessible using the token from the Student’s Book + Webcode this great self study resource includes videos, interactive practice and an extra interactive wordlist. Teachers can view and monitor student progress and marks.

NEW

The CEFR plays a prominent part in the Second Edition with clearer signposting, selfassessment opportunities and the invaluable Portfolios. The Teacher’s Book and the supporting website have tips, photocopiables and information.

Key features

• Pick-up-and-use practicality – great for new and busy teachers • Intuitive, easy-to-follow format • Flexible and adaptable for more experienced teachers • Strong emphasis on reading and vocabulary • Supported by one of the most comprehensive Teacher’s Books around • Each Workbook has a complete Macmillan Reader for the relevant level at the back of the book allowing students to naturally expand their language outside of their everyday classes • Writing is supported and developed through the Workbook

The invaluable Teacher’s Book has been added to with the Teacher’s Resource Disc. It includes methodology videos from Learning Teaching Third Edition, BBC and ITN videos, progress tests and photocopiable worksheets. www.macmillanenglish.com/straightforward

The supporting website for teachers offers even more support – clear guides to grammar, learner autonomy and other teaching areas, extra reading lessons, classroom tips, author information and videos.

Vocabulary buildup and practice is a key area

Each unit is split into clear A, B, C and D lessons

Clear and accessible grammar presentation

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Strong pronunciation support

Engaging topics and activities

COMING 2013

The ‘Functional Language’ section helps students to deal with common, everyday situations in an Englishspeaking environment – what we might think of as survival language

ADULT COURSES

COMING 2013

Strong emphasis on language for the real world Straightforward Second Edition Student’s Book Student’s Book + Webcode Workbook with Key + CD Workbook without Key + CD Teacher’s Book Pack Class Audio CD IWB DVD-ROM (single user) IWB DVD-ROM (multiple user)

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Focus on self-assessment and the ‘can do’ statements of the CEFR

MACMILLAN DIGITAL

SEE ALSO

Integrated practice site Interactive Whiteboard Material – see p 63

iwb

Macmillan Practice Online – see p 10

apps

Straightforward Interactive Whiteboard e book software p 63

www.macmillanpracticeonline.com

Resource site – see p 12

www.macmillanenglish.com/straightforward

Straightforward A1 book

book

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B2

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

Ideal for teachers looking for an easy-to-use, flexible adult general English course, Straightforward always takes the most suitable methodological approach to what is being taught, resulting in the perfect balance of skills and language work. It is based around 12 topics per level, with extra sections including functional language, writing skills, grammar notes and wordlists that round off the Student’s Book. book

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

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Mind Series pre A1

A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

ADULT COURSES

BEGINNER TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Mickey Rogers, Joanne Taylore-Knowles, Steve Taylore-Knowles, Ingrid Wisniewska and Dorothy Zemach

Mind is a six-level series for young adults which is based on the idea that for students to succeed in this dynamic and global world they need to become competent not only in English, but also in vital ‘higher-order’ skills that apply to their academic, professional and social lives. Some of the higher-order skills developed in Mind are problem-solving, self-direction, collaboration, critical thinking and information literacy. openMind caters for Beginner to Pre-intermediate levels and masterMind is for those at Intermediate to Upper Intermediate level. masterMind retains many of the features of openMind while catering for the changes in interests, competencies and needs at this higher level.

AMERICAN ENGLISH

Key features

• Four skills syllabi: skills are taught and developed through the systematic development of sub-skills • ‘Language Use’ sections focus on the communicative outcome and on developing fluency • The ‘lifeSkills’ sections in openMind and the ‘master Skills’ section in masterMind recycle language while giving students an opportunity to learn skills which are vital in today’s world • Sections in the units reinforce each other without being interdependent, making the material flexible • Communicative approach with deductive and inductive grammar work, learner training and skills development • mindOnline companion website for students and teachers • Flexible and adaptable – multiple entry levels to the series, plus the option of having the Student’s Book with and without the online component, and as split editions

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

mindOnline for Students

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

mindOnline for students

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

mindOnline for Teachers

The mindOnline teacher’s site offers unique software, digital tools, and a host of other teaching resources to help teachers better empower their learners to achieve their desired learning outcomes. In addition, the teacher’s site also provides complete access to all of the student’s online materials. Teachers can use these to plan their selfstudy sessions, assign homework, or even present new topics or language in class via an IWB or projector.

• Grammar animations provide a visual aid to help explain tricky grammar rules • Unit-by-unit test generator (also available as a separate CD-ROM) • Digitalised lesson openers and language wrap-ups • Two-minute grammar and vocabulary checks • e-planner

e-Planner

The e-Planner is a unique online application that, with a few simple clicks, allows teachers to see how the Mind Series perfectly fits their teaching term. They can plan academic programmes with this powerful resource, save the e-plan and review it as needed. Plus, the e-Planner allows teachers to generate lesson plan templates for each hour of their teaching.

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mindOnline e-Planner


lifeSkills

‘Higher-order’ skills are developed alongside the language

Fluency is supported throughout the book so that students have key language at their fingertips when they need it

How to say it a little … / really …

Self-direction and learning: becoming more self-aware

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

nervous

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

disappointed

• Find out how others see you. • Think about how you react in different situations and why. • Decide how you could change.

excited embarrassed

.

I knew a lot about, I’d feel  2   If I did badly on a test, I’d feel 

.

3   If I won a competition, I’d feel 

.

angry fine confident

I’d feel 

.

5   If I told a joke and nobody laughed,

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

words

I’d feel 

F

body language

Effective communicators are usually people who understand this and are self-aware. Self-awareness is our ability to understand our own reactions and the messages we send out to other people.

tone of voice

.

Compare your reactions with your partner. For each situation, explain why you would feel that way. How to say it How would you feel if …? I’d feel … / I wouldn’t be …

THE MESSAGE

So would I. / Neither would I. / Really?

NEW

I think that’s because … I guess the reason for that is …

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

loudly

quietly nicely

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

nervously

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

aggressively

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

a lot of the time

sometimes

rarely

I wish …

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

a lot of the time

sometimes

rarely

never

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

defensively stressed

H

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

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

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

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  Try to talk about simple         subjects, such as movies or music.                                                                                       

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What can you do about it?

  not knowing what to say                                                                                                                          

openly nervously

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

What is stopping you?

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

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confidently

ADULT COURSES

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

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

We often think that the words we use are the most important factor. In fact, studies have shown that when we are talking about personal feelings, the words only carry 7% of the message. Our tone of voice carries 38% and our body language carries 55%.

NEW

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MACMILLAN DIGITAL Viewpoints DVD Companion Resource website for teachers and students www.mindseries.net

Macmillan Practice Online – see p 10 www.macmillanpracticeonline.com

Mind Practice Online

Designed to accompany the Student’s Book, each Mind Practice Online course is divided into the same number of units as the corresponding text, and includes over 100 interactive resources for practice, review and reference. Easily accessible from any computer with an internet connection, Mind Practice Online is the perfect way to offer students supplementary and reinforcement activities. To find out more, visit www.macmillanpracticeonline.com/openmind

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Move A1

A2

B1

Key features

B2

C1

C2

ADULT COURSES

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

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

Coursebook with CD-ROM

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

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

Move elementary Coursebook + CD-ROM 9781405095129 Teacher’s Book 9781405022958 Class Audio CDs 9781405022972 Coursebook + CD-ROM Teacher’s Book Class Audio CDs

pre-intermediate 9781405086141 9781405003162 9781405003186

upper intermediate 9781405086189 9781405003421 9781405003445

intermediate 9781405086165 9781405003292 9781405003315

advanced 9781405095143 9781405022996 9781405023016

Teacher’s Book

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

SEE ALSO MACMILLAN DIGITAL

Macmillan Readers p 104 700 Classroom Activities p 111 Live from London podcasts www.onestopenglish.com

Interactive CD-ROM

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

Learning aims summarise the lesson in ‘Can do’ statements

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

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Class Presentation Tools

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apps

Macmillan Education produces a wide range of products for use on Interactive Whiteboards and projectable devices, both to support Macmillan courses and as stand-alone resources for use alongside any coursebook.

iwb Three of our major adult courses come with powerful toolsbook for classroom presentation. Interactive Whiteboard software for New Inside Out, Global and Straightforward Second Edition offers a digital version of the Student’s Book on the screen with integrated audio, video, games and customisable Teacher’s pages. The software works on any make of Interactive Whiteboard or simply through a laptop and projector combination.

ADULT COURSES

Interactive Whiteboard Material apps

Key features

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

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Global Digital Global beginner Global elementary Global pre-intermediate Global intermediate Global upper intermediate Global advanced

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Single user – the software can be installed on a maximum of two computers Multiple user – the software can be installed on a maximum of 20 computers

Visit http://digicat.macmillaneducation.com for demos and virtual tours through this software.

mindOnline

Straightforward Digital These IWB materials are platform-independent

New Inside Out Digital being used in the classroom These IWB materials are platform-independent

Global Digital These IWB materials are platform-independent

online

The Mind series is supported by some really practical classroom presentation tools from the unique supporting website – mindOnline. • Can be used via an Interactive Whiteboard or through a simple laptop and projector combination • Animated Grammar Presentations help explain difficult grammar structures with general rules and concept checks • Interactive Unit Openers and Language Wrap-ups provide a lively and highly visual start and finish to the units • Viewpoints videos can be displayed on the big screen • All the mindOnline resources can be downloaded – no need for an internet connection

mindOnline animated grammar presentations

Access to mindOnline is available through a unique code from the Teacher’s Edition. See p 60 for more details, or visit www.mindseries.net for virtual tours and more information.

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We´re really pleased with Macmillan´s Ready for CAE! It has definitely lived up to expectations. The book offers a wide range of relevant exercises preparing teliscope image YLE cut students for the CAE exam in the best possible way. out

Birgitta Wernbro, Katedralskolan,Växjö, Sweden

CHILDREN’S COURSES AND SUPPLEMENTARY EXAMS Young Learners English Young children’s courses

p 12

Practice Tests p 12 Hello JoJo p 12 You and Me Code p 13 Cheeky Monkey p 13 Here’s PatchLEVELS the Puppy Laser NEW p 13 Hello Robby Rabbit p 13 The Patch and Robby Show p 14 Ready for... Series p 14 Brilliant Fun p 14 Here Comes Minibus! Direct to FCE p 15 Mini Magic Little DirectBugs to TOEFL® iBT

Children’s courses

TOEFL® Preparation Course

p 15

Big Bugs p 15 English World IELTS Introduction NEW p 16 Footprints p 18 Here Comes Super Bus p 20 IELTSMagic Foundation Second Edition NEW Story p 20 Brilliant p 20 Jump IELTSAboard Graduation p 20 Way Ahead p 21 Way Ahead Readers p 21 Tips for IELTS Macmillan English p 22

new laser cvr

p 65 p 66 p 68 p 70 p 71 p 71 p 72 p 72 p 73 p 73

Improve Your IELTS Skills Series Children’s supplementary

p 23

p 73

Macmillan English Handwriting Focusing on IELTS Macmillan English Explorers Macmillan English Explorers Testbuilder Series NEW TITLES Phonics Readers Selections Macmillan Readers MacmillanChildren’s Test Maker Macmillan Foundation Skills Series Macmillan Children’s Dictionary MacmillanPicture Exam Dictionary Practice Online Macmillan Picture Grammar for Children Children’s Games

p 23 p 24

p 74

Interactive Whiteboard Material

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Young Learners English Practice Tests A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

The Cambridge ESOL Young Learners English Tests are often a child’s first experience of exams and the emphasis is very much on making the experience a positive one. This is reflected both in our beautifully illustrated practice tests and in the Teacher’s Notes, with practical activity ideas for each of the Cambridge ESOL YLE Starters, Movers and Flyers tests. These books are the ideal bridge between coursebook and exam.

Code A1

A2

B1

• Four complete practice tests, for each level of the YLE tests, cover the four skills • Beautiful full-colour artwork by a range of children’s illustrators makes the tests a pleasure to use • Written by very experienced teachers, teacher trainers and examiners • Unique double-page spread ‘speaking picture’ gives authentic exam practice and also has added value in the classroom (with step-by-step teacher’s notes on activities to use in class) • Easy-to-use, downloadable Teacher’s Notes guide teachers through the exam, provide extra activities and ideas for presenting and practising language and reflect the positive ethos of the exam – available from www.macmillanenglish.com

Young Learners English Practice Tests Starters Student’s Book + Audio CD Pack Movers Student’s Book + Audio CD Pack Flyers Student’s Book + Audio CD Pack

EXAMS

BEGINNER TO ELEMENTARY Sandra Fox and Bryan Stephens

Key features

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Key features

B2

C1

C2

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

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

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Macmillan Practice Online – see p 10 www.macmillanpracticeonline.com

• Over 100 online interactive resources for each level – accessible (www.macmillanpracticeonline.com/code) using login details from the Code Workbook Plus • Practice in PET- and FCE-type exam tasks as well as build up of general English • Easy-to-use Interactive Whiteboard material for the classroom brings the book to life and gets the class enthused by learning • Lexical and grammatical syllabus based on the Threshold and Vantage levels of the Common European Framework • Challenging enough for stronger students yet enables the weaker students to progress with confidence • Writing banks, speaking files and grammar sections provide invaluable reference tools plus regular review sections • The Workbook continues the cross-curricular topics in the Student’s Book and includes six CLIL lessons • The Teacher’s Book includes comprehensive teaching notes, a CD containing editable tests and a resource pack with communicative practice of language and skills for each unit • The Teacher’s Book also includes a ‘Can do’ selfevaluation table for use after each unit

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Interactive Whiteboard material

SEE ALSO Testbuilder Series p 74 Language Practice Series

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Laser A1

A1+

A2

NEW LEVELS B1

B1+

B2

C1

MACMILLAN DIGITAL

C2

Interactive student CD-ROM Teacher’s DVD-ROM

EXAMS

ELEMENTARY TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Steve Taylore-Knowles and Malcolm Mann

Digi-book Laser is now a five-level course, with the addition of two new levels, A1+ and A2, designed to cater to younger exam students, and now covers the entire span of secondary education. It is the perfect preparation for students still at school and working towards school-leaving exams and the Cambridge ESOL, KET, PET and FCE exams.

NEW

The vibrant topic-based units cover the lexical and grammatical syllabus of the Breakthrough to Vantage levels of the Council of Europe’s Common European Framework. The course integrates development of all the language skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking, and regular revision sections check continuous progress. Each Student’s Book comes with a CD-ROM that reinforces the structures and vocabulary learnt in each unit. Each Workbook is complete with Audio CD, making it ideal for homework, and the Teacher’s Book includes a DVDROM with tests, a test generator and teacher-training videos. Class Audio CDs are also available.

Laser A1+

This is a new level in the Laser series, designed to help students in the transition towards more exam-related study. It contains tasks relevant to KET as well as incorporating extensive grammar and vocabulary work alongside skills development.

NEW

Laser A2

Laser A2 offers guidance and practice in KET-type exam tasks as well as all the usual Laser features – comprehensive vocabulary and grammar coverage, skills development and structured writing guidance. KET-type exams tasks are included in every unit.

Comprehensive speaking tasks linked directly to exam style exercises

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Essential pronunciation practice

Helpful phrases to use in speaking tasks

KET-type exercises to gain exam practice

Key features

• ‘Get ready!’ section with structured reading preparation tasks • Two comprehensive ‘Wordpower!’ sections per unit to present and practise key lexis related to the unit topic • Two detailed grammar sections per unit to present and consolidate key structures, supported by a grammar database • ‘Phrase Bank!’ and ‘SoundSpot’ sections per unit, providing key phrases and pronunciation practice, to support and enhance speaking skills • A fully comprehensive Writing section, which includes ‘Language Lab’ and Project Planner’ sections, designed to provide guided support for all writing tasks

Detailed grammar presentations

Laser A2 Student’s Book


Interesting and relevant reading topics

Pre-reading preparation

EXAMS Regular vocabulary consolidation tasks

Laser A2 Student’s Book

Laser

Key features

Welcome to Laser !

B1

• ‘Dictionary corner’ sections focus on topic-based lexis, collocations, word formation and phrasal verbs • Writing models and composition practice • 16 ‘Composition Planners’ provide detailed and comprehensive guidance • Grammar database at the back of the book presents an easy-to-use, detailed grammar reference A modern, fun and exciting three-level course specifically designed for young teenagers in Greece, which takes students from intermediate up to the FCE exam level.

Laser

B1

Malcolm Mann

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

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

comprehensive practice in FCE exam-oriented type of tasks

Malcolm Mann

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

Laser

Laser B1

B1

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

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

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

Components

Laser B1+

Student’s Book with Grammar Bank booklet

Workbook

Companion

Use Your English Book

Interleaved Teacher’s Book

Test Book

Cassettes

Audio CDs

Updated for PET With CD ROM

ISBN 960-8180-27-9

Key features

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Welcome to Laser!

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

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

16 engaging and motivating topic-based units comprehensive practice in FCE exam-oriented type of tasks integrated development of key reading, writing, listening and speaking skills

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

Steve Taylore-Knowles

Laser D features lexical and grammatical syllabus based on the Threshold level of the Council of Europe’s Common European Framework

Laser B2

B1+

• ‘Vocabulary Builder’ sections focus on topic-based lexis, collocations, patterns, word formation, phrasal Laser verbs and metaphorical use of language B1+ • Word pattern, phrasal verb, speaking, grammar and writer’s databases at the back of the book for reference

Laser

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

Dictionary Corner sections, focusing on topic-based lexis, collocations, patterns, word formation and phrasal verbs Revision sections after every two units 16 Composition Planners, providing detailed and comprehensive guidance

Key features

lists of all key patterns and collocations and phrasal verbs

Laser Steve Taylore-Knowles

B1+

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

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

Student’s Book with Grammar Bank booklet

Workbook

Companion

Use Your English Book

Interleaved Teacher’s Book

Test Book

Cassettes

Audio CDs

Updated for the revised FCE With CD ROM

ISBN 960-8180-27-9

9 789608 180277

B2

B2

SEE ALSO

Laser

Laser Welcome to Laser!

A modern, fun and exciting three-level course specifically designed for young teenagers in Greece, which takes students from intermediate up to the FCE exam level. Laser D, the first level of the course, provides thorough language skills training and introduces students to the FCE exam in a stimulating and challenging way.

lexical and grammatical syllabus based on the Threshold level of the Council of Europe’s Common European Framework 16 engaging and motivating topic-based units integrated development of key reading, writing, listening and speaking skills Dictionary Corner sections, focusing on topic-based lexis, collocations, patterns, word formation and phrasal verbs Revision sections after every two units 16 Composition Planners, providing detailed and comprehensive guidance lists of all key patterns and collocations and phrasal verbs

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Steve Taylore-Knowles

p 78

comprehensive practice in FCE exam-oriented type of tasks

Malcolm Mann

Laser D features

Testbuilder Series p 74 Language Practice Series

Malcolm Mann Steve Taylore-Knowles

Laser B2

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

B2 9789604471706 9789604471737 Components

Student’s Book with Grammar Bank booklet

Workbook

Companion

Use Your English Book

Interleaved Teacher’s Book

Test Book

Cassettes

Audio CDs

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Updated for the revised FCE With CD ROM

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Ready for... Series

EXAMS

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

Ready for PET A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

PRE-INTERMEDIATE Nick Kenny and Anne Kelly

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

Ready for FCE A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

UPPER INTERMEDIATE Roy Norris

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

Ready for CAE A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

ADVANCED Roy Norris with Amanda French

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

Key features

• Handy ‘Tip’ boxes give advice on how to tackle each question type in the exam • Examples of students’ writing, complete with helpful examiners’ comments • Practice tests at the back of the book Ready for PET Student’s Book (+ Key) + CD-ROM Pack Student’s Book (- Key) + CD-ROM Pack Teacher’s Book Class Audio CDs

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MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive CD-ROM

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

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Key features of Ready for FCE / CAE

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

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

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SEE ALSO FCE Practice Online pp 10 and 75 CAE Practice Online pp 10 and 75 Testbuilder Series p 74 Check Your Vocabulary Series p 77

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Ready for IELTS IELTS BANDS 5 to 6.5 Sam McCarter

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

The accompanying CD-ROM offers further practice of the exam papers. It can be used completely independently from the Student’s Book, and is ideal for self-study and computer-based exam practice.

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

EXAMS

All four skills are systematically and progressively developed and practised in each unit, while in-depth exam training is presented in the ‘What to expect in the exam’ and ‘How to go about it’ help boxes. There is a complete IELTS grammar syllabus, and vocabulary and word-building skills make up a key part of the course.

Key features

SEE ALSO Macmillan Practice Online – Advanced Academic English with IELTS p 10 Testbuilder Series p 74 Check Your Vocabulary Series p 77 Language Practice Series p 78

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive CD-ROM

Engaging and relevant topics

Similar tasks to those the students will face in the exam

Useful tips and strategies about how to tackle the exam

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

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

Ready for IELTS Student’s Book

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SEE ALSO For other IELTS material see pp 72-4

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Direct to FCE A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

Key features

C2

UPPER INTERMEDIATE Roy Norris and Lynda Edwards

EXAMS

Direct to FCE is a short, concise and practical course that combines print and online materials to prepare students efficiently for the new, computerbased FCE exam. The accompanying website contains four computer-based tests and downloadable workbook-style material accessed through a unique code found at the back of the Student’s Book. Written by FCE experts, this is a foolproof fast track to FCE confidence.

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Website component –

accessed through a code in the Student’s Book

Vocabulary and topics are introduced using fun and interesting activities

• Short and compact – 120 hours maximum and only three components (Student’s Book and Website Pack, Teacher’s Book and Audio CDs) • 10 topic-based units cover all skills required for the computer-based FCE exam plus grammar and vocabulary build up • Writing Bank provides detailed and focused practice including all task types found in the writing exam and annotated model answers • ‘Help’ and ‘Remember’ boxes help students with the key areas of the FCE exam • Website includes four complete computer-based practice tests, written by an experienced exam item writer

Direct to FCE Student’s Book + Key and Website Pack Student’s Book - Key and Website Pack Teacher’s Book Class Audio CDs

Clearly defined exam-related exercises make everything the student does targeted and relevant

Help boxes guide students through difficult areas of the exam

Direct to FCE Student’s Book

SEE ALSO Visit our website for more information on our range of FCE and Proficiency courses including: Skills for First Certificate, Rising Star, First Certificate Star, First Certificate Passkey and New Proficiency Passkey.

www.macmillanenglish.com/exams

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Direct to TOEFL iBT™ A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Lin Lougheed

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

• Straight to the point and streamlined – 100 hours (plus 12 hours of practice tests on the Website) • Short, easy-to-access texts written by subject specialists • Essential study skills practice helps students to tackle TOEFL iBT™ task types with confidence • Structured, step-by-step skills practice spells out exactly what students need to do to score well • Tip boxes reinforce strategies for scoring well • Website includes three online practice tests as well as MP3 audio files, audio scripts and answer keys for the Student’s Book material Direct to TOEFL iBT™ Student's Book + Website Pack

EXAMS

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

Key features

9780230409910

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Website component –

accessed through a code in the Student’s Book

SEE ALSO TOEFL® Preparation Online pp 10 and 75

Clear skills and exam-based focus

Tailored vocabulary build-up Exam-style exercises

Advice and tips for the exam and academic life

Listening files also available from the website

Direct to TOEFL iBT™ Student’s Book

The Heinemann ELT TOEFL® Preparation Course A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Carolyn B. Duffy and Kathleen Mahnke

TOEFL Preparation Course Coursebook With Key Coursebook Audio Cassettes

9780435288402 9780435288419

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

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NEW

IELTS Introduction and IELTS Introduction Study Skills

Key features – IELTS Introduction

• Essential IELTS task tips • Exam information and ‘strategy boxes’ • Exam-linked Study Skills sections • Collocation exercises • Increased focus on speaking skills • Model answers for each writing task

IELTS BANDS 3 to 4

EXAMS

Sam McCarter, Verity Cole

NEW

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NEW

IELTS Introduction is a brand new course designed specifically for low-level students wishing to take the IELTS exam. The 12 units aim to train students within an IELTS band of 3-4 in the skills required. Each unit contains a wide range of IELTS tasks, with exercises aimed at developing listening skills, speaking skills, reading skills as well as providing extensive writing practice; all of the material any beginner level student will need for IELTS success! The book adopts a guided, step-by-step approach to tasks so that lower-level students are gently introduced to what is needed in the IELTS exam. There are shorter reading passages and listening tasks with IELTStype questions to familiarise students with what to expect in the exam. The Student’s Book is also complemented with IELTS Introduction Study Skills which includes an audio CD and extra tests for additional exam practice.

IELTS Foundation Second Edition IELTS BANDS 4 to 5.5 Jane Short, Rachael Roberts, Joanne Gakonga, Andrew Preshous and Joanna Preshous

IELTS Foundation Second Edition retains all of the best elements of the original course and brings it up to date with new and fresh content. This includes clear links to exam sections and incorporates the changes that have been made to the IELTS exam. It is a 12-unit course aimed at training students within an IELTS band of 4-5.5 in the skills required to increase their score. Material using the Macmillan Collocations Dictionary encourages students to record and increase their vocabulary, making vocabulary development a central part of their studies. A Study Skills section at the end of each unit helps students focus on the study skills required for both the IELTS exam and academic learning in general, and enables them to learn to study independently.

IELTS Foundation Study Skills IELTS BANDS 4 to 6 IELTS BANDS 4 to 6 Jane Short, Rachael Roberts, Joanne Gakonga, Amanda French and Andrew Preshous

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

NEW

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IELTS Introduction Student’s Book 9780230422780 Teacher’s Book 9780230425750 Class Audio CDs 9780230425767

Key features – IELTS Introduction Study Skills

• Extra Audio CD for further listening practice • Full IELTS practice exam

IELTS Introduction Study Skills Study Skills Pack 9780230425743

Key features

• Essential IELTS task tips • Exam information and ‘strategy boxes’ • Exam-linked Study Skills sections • Collocation exercises • Increased focus on speaking skills • Gradual development for writing skills IELTS Foundation (Second Edition) Student’s Book 9780230422100 Teacher’s Book 9780230425804 Class Audio CDs 9780230425811

SEE ALSO Macmillan Practice Online – Advanced Academic English with IELTS pp 10 and 75 Testbuilder Series p 74 Check Your Vocabulary Series p 77 Language Practice Series p 78

Key features – Academic Modules

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

Key features – General Modules

• Reading material encountered in an English-speaking country • Letter writing (requesting information and explaining situations) • Essay writing (responding to a point of view or problem) IELTS Foundation (Academic Modules) Second Edition Study Skills Pack 9780230425798 IELTS Foundation (General Modules) Study Skills Pack 9781405082013


IELTS Graduation IELTS BANDS 5.5 to 7.5 Mark Allen, Debra Powell and Dickie Dolby

IELTS Graduation Study Skills IELTS BANDS 5.5 to 7.5

ANDS 5.5 to 7.5

Charlie Martineau and Jane Short

• Regular pronunciation development sections • Exam information and ‘strategy boxes’ • Study skills sections containing advice on studying independently • Model answers for each writing task • Regular ‘Dictionary Focus’ boxes broaden vocabulary • Additional photocopiable class tasks, extra study tasks and sample writing answers available in the Teacher’s Book IELTS Graduation Student’s Book Teacher’s Book Class Audio CDs

EXAMS

A comprehensive course for students aiming for an IELTS score between 5.5 and 7.5. The 14 topic-based units provide clear and practical information on all sections of the exam, as well as developing all the required skills to improve students’ IELTS score.

Key features

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Key features

• Full IELTS practice exam • Extra Audio CD for further listening practice

IELTS Graduation Study Skills Study Skills Pack 9781405080781

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

Tips for IELTS ALL IELTS BANDS Sam McCarter

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

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

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

Key features

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

Tips for IELTS

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A must-have for all IELTS candidates!

Key features

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

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Focusing on IELTS IELTS BANDS 5.5 to 7 Michael Clutterbuck, Philip Gould, Jannette Greenwood, Jeremy Lindeck, Kerry O’Sullivan and Steven Thurlow

EXAMS

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

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Tests that teach

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

Key features

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

Key features of the series

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

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Macmillan Test Maker

Key features

Your essential online testing toolkit Macmillan Test Maker is an online testing tool that allows teachers of English as a foreign language to create and set an unlimited number of tests for an unlimited number of students.

With the included, ready-to-use Placement Test, Macmillan Test Maker is the ultimate online testing tool.

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

Choose, adapt, build and assign tests

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With a content library of over 1,800 exercises to choose from, teachers can use or adapt any of the six pre-built tests, or create their own tailor-made test using the resources within the library: there’s no limit to the number of tests you can create, or to how many times you choose to use them. All tests are automatically marked, and teachers can monitor results at a glance, then send feedback through the internal messaging tool.

• Limitless, paper-free English testing • 24/7 access from any computer with an internet connection • Six pre-built tests, plus a Placement Test, ready to use and easy to adapt • A library of over 1,800 exercises to create tailormade tests • Testing resources covering listening, reading, language and vocabulary skills • A wealth of exam-preparation materials for IELTS, TOEIC®, TOEFL® and the Cambridge suite • Automatic marking, including question-by-question feedback

Communicate easily with your students

Monitor all your classes at a glance

Choose if your students can access the dictionary

Macmillan Exam Practice Online www.macmillanpracticeonline.com Exams covered: PET, FCE, CAE, CPE, IELTS, TOEIC® and TOEFL®. The Macmillan Practice Online courses dedicated to exams are the perfect solution to support students’ exam preparation, allowing them to work on their language skills while building their confidence. Each course includes between 100 and 200 resources, covering the various sections of each exam and reflecting its style closely, so that students can become familiar with the test structure. All activities are automatically marked, so learners receive immediate feedback and can monitor their own progress. For more information, see page 10 or visit www.macmillanpracticeonline.com

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Reading Keys New Edition is a good series for teaching and learning reading. It is full of authentic texts on interesting themes and topics. It also provides study tips on how to practise reading skills as well as vocabulary. Different activities provided in the book will help students to gain confidence, ability and fluency in reading.

Surai Pongtongcharoen, Professor, Srinakarinwirot University, Thailand

SKILLS, GRAMMAR CHILDREN’S AND COURSES AND VOCABULARY ADULT COURSES SUPPLEMENTARY Check Your Vocabulary Series Young children’s courses Check Your Vocabulary Series Global Hello JoJo Language Practice Series Language Practice Series You and MeOut New Inside Cheeky Monkey NEW Communicate Destination Series

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Writing Essays Sentence Writing Macmillan English

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Check Your Vocabulary Series

Key features

This useful set of workbooks is an invaluable aid to students preparing for English exams. Each book has a range of different activities to help build up, improve and revise English vocabulary relevant to the chosen exam.

SKILLS, GRAMMAR &VOCABULARY

• An ideal supplement for the classroom or for self-study • Vocabulary is built up through exercises, word games, puzzles and quizzes • Easy-to-use format with clear instructions and answer keys • General and topic-specific vocabulary as well as grammar, use of English, comprehension, pronunciation and spelling

The series covers vocabulary that students will need for six of the major English tests, as well as Academic English.

PET

PRE-INTERMEDIATE TO INTERMEDIATE Tessie Dalton

A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

B1

B2

C1

C2

For students working towards the Preliminary English Test (PET) or other B1 level exams.

FCE

INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Rawdon Wyatt

A1

For students preparing for the First Certificate in English (FCE) and Certificate in Advanced English (CAE).

IELTS

INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Rawdon Wyatt

A1

A2

For students preparing for the International English Language Testing System examination (IELTS). Appropriate for anyone who wishes to study or train in an English-speaking country.

TOEIC®

UPPER INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED Rawdon Wyatt

A1

A2

B1

B2

UPPER INTERMEDIATE Rawdon Wyatt

A1

A2

B1

B2

UPPER INTERMEDIATE David Porter

This workbook is ideal for students who need to learn basic non-technical vocabulary for study in any subject at college or university.

C1

C2

American English

For students preparing for the Test Of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL®).

Academic English

C2

American English

For students preparing for the Test Of English for International Communication (TOEIC®) which focuses on the use of English in business and the workplace. Appropriate for anyone wishing to study or train in an English-speaking country.

TOEFL®

C1

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Macmillan Practice Online

Check your Vocabulary for PET Check your Vocabulary for FCE Check your Vocabulary for IELTS Check your Vocabulary for TOEIC® Check your Vocabulary for TOEFL® Check your Vocabulary for Academic English

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Language Practice Series A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

ELEMENTARY TO ADVANCED Michael Vince

An in-depth, detailed approach to English grammar and vocabulary, each title in the series is a combination of two books, with grammar presented clearly in the first half, and vocabulary input and practice offered in the second half. It is a thorough and comprehensive series that ensures students’ confidence with language through the progressive levels. This very popular and reliable series has recently been updated and is ideal for classroom work or independent study.

Key features of the series

• Regular consolidation units check students’ understanding of the grammar and vocabulary points presented • Relevant exam-style exercises for the appropriate level • Special focus on word building, collocations and phrasal verbs as well as other problem areas of grammar • Full colour to engage and enthuse students • Advanced and FCE levels now fully updated to incorporate changes to Cambridge exams • CD-ROM included for added computer-based practice – ideal for self-study (not IELTS Language Practice) IELTS Language Practice Student’s Book With Key 9780230410565 Elementary Language Practice + CD-ROM Pack With Key 9780230726963 Without Key 9780230726970 Intermediate Language Practice + CD-ROM Pack 9780230727014 With Key Without Key 9780230727021 First Certificate Language Practice + CD-ROM Pack With Key 9780230727113 Without Key 9780230727120 Advanced Language Practice + CD-ROM Pack With Key 9780230727069 Without Key 9780230727076

IELTS-style tasks

Language and vocabulary build-up

Grammar is clearly presented

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive CD-ROM

SEE ALSO Macmillan Test Maker

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Communicate A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

NEW

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Communicate is a two-book video-based communication course specially written to improve listening and speaking skills for English students in upper-secondary classes. The course covers the areas such as English in the personal sphere, English at work, academic English and English in a public or social context.

• 90 pages of stimulating class activities • Regular progress checks (one per unit) help teachers to assess students on a regular basis • A wordlist with a summary of all vocabulary • Strong focus on three speaking tasks: describing a photo, oral presentations and projects Student’s Book Student’s Book Pack Multi-ROM DVD-ROM

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Language and vocabulary build-up

Colourful and engaging photographs

Complementary listening exercises

Communicate coursebook level 1 p 92-93

Destination Grammar and Vocabulary Series A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED Malcolm Mann and Steve Taylore-Knowles

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

Key features

• At higher levels there is a strong emphasis on revision and consolidation with regular reviews and tests • Useful reference sections present irregular verbs, phrasal verbs, patterns and collocations • Available with or without answer key

Destination B1 Student’s Book + Key Student’s Book - Key Destination B2 Student’s Book + Key Student’s Book - Key Destination C1 & C2 Student’s Book + Key Student’s Book - Key

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

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Macmillan English Grammar In Context A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

Key features

• Up-to-date, real English, informed by the corpora used for the Macmillan School Dictionary • Includes a focus on lexical grammar with work on collocations, prepositions and common verbs • Most units contain one page of grammar explanation and three pages of practice • With and without key editions available • Unit-by-unit interactive practice exercises • Fully searchable glossary and contextual vocabulary

C2

ELEMENTARY TO ADVANCED Simon Clarke and Michael Vince

Macmillan English Grammar In Context is a three-level grammar practice series with a difference. Incorporating contextual examples in grammar practice activities, Macmillan English Grammar In Context can be used both in the classroom and for self-study.

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive CD-ROM

Clear grammar explanations are combined with traditional practice activities and contextual examples that include cross-curricular content areas such as literature, science, geography, history and social science. Contextual examples of grammar, demonstrating real-world usage of English language, help to bring grammar to life.

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science

The presentation of grammar occurs on the first page of the unit

4

i Within a hundred years, the dodo became extinct, and although we still have

become extinct.

paintings of dodos, there aren’t preserved examples.

dinosaurs left alive

j Scientists have recently found

because they died out millions of years ago.

bones on the island, but nothing else is left

plants, birds and animals are

c

some books some advice

some milk

in questions that are invitations, offers or requests. Would you like some pizza? Could you give me some advice?

in questions when we expect the answer yes. Have you got some homework to give me?

to mean ‘not all’. Some of the people / Some people were drowned, but others survived.

with plural countable nouns, in questions and negatives. Are there any books in that cupboard? There aren’t any books in this one.

with uncountable nouns in questions and negatives with a singular verb. Is there any information about this subject? There isn’t any water left.

to mean ‘whichever one you like’. You can borrow any books you need from the library.

Things we eat Other words

the habitats of animals, so that they haven’t food to eat.

(See also Unit 27)

bread, chocolate, food, fruit, meat, spaghetti accommodation, advice, behaviour, damage, education, furniture, grass, hair, help, information, jewellery, knowledge, luggage, money, news, rubbish, shopping, traffic, weather, work

Cross-curricular practice exercises allow students People usesin a plural to use the grammar a verb. There are some people waiting for you. meaningful context It also has a different countable meaning with plural -s.

animal or a plant

becomes extinct, this can affect the plants and animals which depend on it for food. dodos

f For example, there aren’t

a book some money

Use a singular verb with:

d This is often because human beings destroy

e When

(See also Unit 27)

with plural countable nouns, and uncountable nouns in positive sentences. There are some books in that cupboard. I need some advice.

uncountable (mass) nouns

of the dodo.

still in danger from human beings.

Use any

species dies, we say that the species has b There aren’t

Use some

countable uncountable

Complete each sentence about endangered species with a / an, some, or any. a When the last member of

quantity: some, any

left alive.

The peoples of the world want peace.

g This bird once lived on the island of Mauritius where there weren’t

countable versions of uncountable nouns

animals to eat it.

Many uncountable nouns have a countable version. Always use a dictionary to check the meaning.

easy

h It couldn’t fly, and was

a chicken (an animal) some chicken (food) a coin, a note (money) a glass (container) some glass (substance) an iron (for ironing) a paper (a newspaper) some paper (material) a tea, two teas etc (a cup or glass) some tea etc (a liquid)

meal for dogs and rats brought to the island by Europeans in the 16th century.

some money some iron (material)

partitives

gl os

A partitive is a noun + of which makes a countable version of an uncountable.

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carton sheet

a sheet of paper a can of cola a bottle of water

a bar of chocolate / soap a tube of toothpaste a loaf (of bread)

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cloud crowd slice tube

a Suddenly at the end of the street, a

crowd

of people appeared, shouting and

waving flags. b When I opened the

of cola, it sprayed out onto my shirt.

c We both felt hungry, and luckily I had a

of biscuits in my bag.

d If you go to the supermarket, could you buy a

of toothpaste?

e There was a sudden explosion, and then all they saw was a f Anna always eats a

of chocolate on her way to school.

g Shall I cut another

of bread for you?

h Can I give you a i David took a j When I try to open a

Multiple pages of practice exercises ensure understanding of the relevant grammar point

of dust.

of advice? Spend more time on your work. of paper from his bag, and started writing. of milk, I wish it still came in bottles!

Macmillan English Grammar in Context Intermediate Student’s Book

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a slice of bread a packet of rice a cup of tea

Complete each sentence with a word from the list. can bar packet piece

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Reading Keys A2

B1+

B2

C1

American English

C2

ELEMENTARY TO INTERMEDIATE Miles Craven

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

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

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

SKILLS, GRAMMAR &VOCABULARY

A1

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New words and vocabulary are introduced and practised

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Resource site www.macmillanenglish.com/readingkeys

Students are encouraged to time themselves and record their reading speed

Effective Reading A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

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

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

American English version available

Reading Keys 2 Student’s Book

Key features

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

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

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NEW

Macmillan Writing Series

American English

The Macmillan Writing Series Teacher’s Guide brings together the Teacher’s Guides for Writing Sentences, Writing Paragraphs, Writing Essays and the new Writing Research Papers conveniently into one book.

Key features

• Step-by-step teacher’s notes with activities for skills practice • A full answer key • Photocopiable peer review forms • Suggestions for extension activities Macmillan Writing Series Teacher’s Guide

Writing Sentences A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

Key features

C2

BEGINNER TO HIGH BEGINNER Dorothy Zemach

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

Writing Paragraphs A1

A2

B1

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

Writing Essays A1

A2

B1+

B2

C1

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

Writing Sentences

Student’s Book

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

Student’s Book

9780230415935

Key features

C2

INTERMEDIATE Dorothy Zemach and Lisa Rumisek

Writing Essays has been written for students who are preparing to study, or are already studying, in an academic environment and need to improve their writing skills. The course teaches learners how to order and link paragraphs into cohesive and coherent essays, and to create the various paragraph types that are used in writing assignments.

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

Student’s Book

Writing Essays (B1+) and Writing Paragraphs (B1) are also available in British English versions Academic Writing Writing in Paragraphs

9780230415911

Key features

PRE-INTERMEDIATE Dorothy Zemach and Carlos Islam

Student’s Book Student’s Book

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The series of four Student’s Books gives step-by-step guidance and practice in writing in an academic context. It provides students with little experience of academic writing with the fundamental tools to write in an academic context.

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Writing Research Papers A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

Writing Research Papers is a new title in the successful Macmillan Writing Series. It introduces students to academic writing and shows them how to research an academic essay, cite references and put a paper together.

Clear unit summary to indicate learning aims

• Covers the basics of writing in an academic context • Lively input material to entertain as well as teach • Teacher’s Guide combined into a single volume (see opposite)

Writing Research Papers

Student’s Book

SKILLS, GRAMMAR &VOCABULARY

UPPER INTERMEDIATE Dorothy Zemach, Daniel Broudy and Chris Valvona

NEW

Key features

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Exercises focus on key academic vocabulary

Discussion tasks help to establish the content Structured support for writing tasks

Peer review tasks encourage collaborative learning and process orientated approach

Speaking of Speech A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

BEGINNER TO PRE-INTERMEDIATE David Harrington and Charles LeBeau

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

Writing Reasearch Papers, p30-31

Key features

• A clear six-step approach systematically builds learners’ skills • Student DVD features eight model speeches • Advice on creating slides and doing presentations using computer software • A variety of activity-based tasks keeps students involved

Speaking of Speech Student Book + DVD Pack 9780230726017 Teacher’s Guide + CD Pack 9780230726024

English Reading and Comprehension A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

LOWER INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Ian Gordon

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

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

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Discover China

Key features

BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE Ding Anqi, Zhang Jie and Qi Shaoyan

Specially designed for young adult and adult learners, this four-level beginner Mandarin Chinese course employs a communicative approach to language learning. Emphasis is placed on pair work, group work and on a variety of speaking and listening activities to help students become confident Chinese speakers.

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Resource site

www.mydiscoverchina.com

Components of Discover China

• Comprehensive Student’s Book + Audio CD • Workbook + Audio CD • Supportive Resource Site: www.mydiscoverchina.com • For students: unit quizzes, MP3 audio downloads, wordlists and more • For teachers: a downloadable Teacher’s Book, assessment tasks, PowerPoints and lesson plans Discover China Student’s Book + Audio CD Pack Workbook + Audio CD Pack

level 1 9780230405950 9780230406384

level 2 9780230406391 9780230406407

Macmillan-FLTRP Chinese Character Dictionary + CD-ROM BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE

As a recommended accompaniment to Discover China, the Macmillan-FLTRP Chinese Character Dictionary is ideal for Chinese-language students looking to strengthen and expand their character recognition, writing and pronunciation skills.

Tiantian Zhongwen Graded Chinese Reader Series HIGH ELEMENTARY TO INTERMEDIATE

Tiantian Zhongwen is a carefully graded Chinese reader series for high-elementary Chinese language learners and above. Each book in the series contains 20 stories, and the series is graded into four levels: Gold, Turquoise, Violet and Rose. For ordering information, contact: Macmillan Publishers (China) Ltd Email: chineselearning@macmillan.com.hk Web: www.mydiscoverchina.com

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• A communicative approach lets students learn by using the language in real-life situations • Language in context presents key vocabulary and language points in realistic situations • Structured, effective learning based on the sequence ‘presentation, practice and production’ – activities move from controlled practice to personalised tasks • Inductive grammar teaching encourages students to discover the language rules of Chinese for themselves, identifying patterns in targeted language samples • Systematic vocabulary and grammar development through topic-based exercises. The lexical syllabus is based on levels 1–3 of the HSK Proficiency Test; the grammatical syllabus takes students up to Vantage level (level B2) of the Common European Framework • Supported by abundant resources including Workbooks, Teacher’s Books, MP3 downloads, extra speaking activities and other online materials

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Key features

• Detailed stroke and radical information for over 3,000 of the most frequently used Chinese characters • Over 32,000 common words and expressions to illustrate character usage • Comprehensive pinyin and tonal information for every character, word and example sentence • Packaged with an interactive CD-ROM featuring character flashcards with stroke order animations, radical links and audio for further character and pronunciation practice

Macmillan-FLTRP

Paperback + CD-ROM Pack

9780230405943

Key features

• A rich and colourful selection of enjoyable reading texts about China, covering a wide range of topics including modern China, ancient fables, history, culture, lifestyles and the Chinese language • Helps learners increase their Chinese reading and simplified character recognition skills through meaningful and stimulating contexts • Contains language support boxes, comprehension questions, story translations and language point sections to explain key grammar and difficult words, making these readers ideal for both classroom and self-study use • Packaged with an Audio CD with recordings of all the stories for additional listening practice Turquoise A nice lady in Shanghai and other stories Bicycle Kingdom and other stories Violet Teahouses in China and other stories Beijing’s courtyards and other stories

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The Business Upper-Intermediate comes across as the kind of coursebook you’d like to use if you were serious about studying and learning, about acquiring the language and skills to enable you really to perform these jobs in English.

Brian Brennan, Language Training Manager at International House Barcelona Company Training. Modern English Teacher Volume 17 No. 4

BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL ENGLISH

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The Business

p 86

In Company Second Edition

p 88

Meetings in English

p 90

Networking in English

p 90

Presentations in English

p 90

Email English

p 90

Telephone English

p 91

Get Ready for Business

p 91

Basic and Survival English

p 91

International English for Call Centres

p 91

Business Vocabulary Builders

p 92

Business Grammar Builders

p 92

Business English Handbook

p 92

Business Builder

p 92

English for Law Enforcement

p 93

Campaign

p 93

Aviation English

p 94

Check Your Aviation English

p 94


The Business

BUSINESS ENGLISH

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

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

Key features of the Student’s Book

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

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

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive DVD-ROM Enhanced DVD Resource site – see p 13 www.macmillanenglish.com/business

Student’s Book

The modular structure of the Student’s Book allows course pathways to be built, focusing on input, speaking, vocabulary etc, according to the students’ needs. Case studies use business scenarios to challenge the students and push them to develop both their language and business skills.

Video and Resource DVD

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

Teacher’s Book

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

Website

The Business is supported by an extensive bank of free online resources, including progress tests based on BEC-style questions, podcasts with authentic listening extracts and PowerPoint presentations based on the Student’s Book topics. www.macmillanenglish.com/business

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DVD-ROM

Downloads include model writing documents and class audio MP3

BUSINESS ENGLISH

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

Key features of the DVD-ROM

• Videos present language in a contextualised and authentic way • Four problem-solving activities, ‘Business Dilemmas’, test the target language and the students’ business sense • Tests every two units allow students to review progress • As students work through the DVD-ROM they have the opportunity to ‘get promoted’(upperintermediate) • Business documents (letters, invoices, CVs etc) provide models for students • Class audio recordings for Student’s Book available as MP3 downloads, together with rolling scripts

Case studies provide real-life situations to engage students

Each unit is supported by a video and supportive introductory activities

The Business Advanced DVD-ROM

Internet research boxes provide a basis for extra study and research

Business skills are developed alongside language skills

6 Company and community

6.4 Speaking

Interactive pronunciation practice on the DVD-ROM

6.6 Case study Phoenix Search for the keywords automobile recycling contamination to find out more about the risks and perspectives in this industry.

What are the essentials of a successful meeting? Search for the keywords “golden rules of meetings” to find out.

Discussion 1 Would you like to have a recycling centre near your home? Why (not)?

Reading 2 Read the Internet page about Phoenix and answer the questions.

1 2

What kind of corporate image does the company try to project? What do you imagine working at Phoenix is like?

PHOENIX

Australia’s leading independent vehicle recycling specialist

• Home • Spare parts • Recycling • Jobs with Phoenix • About us • Contact

Every year almost a million of Australia’s ten million cars reach the end of their useful lives. Phoenix provides a valuable community service by recycling over 75% of each vehicle. 8 With a partner, hold short meetings on the four issues below. Follow the structure provided. Take turns being A and B.

Phoenix’s mission is to protect and preserve Australia’s unique ecology. We take special care to ensure that hazardous materials and toxic substances are processed safely and securely with minimum risk to the environment or the population.

Relevant and realistic texts

At all our recycling centres across Australia, we believe in being good neighbours. We believe it is our duty to treat customers, employees and suppliers fairly, to respect the local environment and to be involved in community causes.

1 2 3 4

A vodka manufacturer offers to sponsor your end-of-year party. Do you accept? One of your suppliers uses child labour in Vietnam. What should you do? Advertisements for your product show only slim, beautiful people. Is that OK? Ethnic minorities and the disabled are under-represented in your firm. What can you do?

Student A

Student B

Give an opinion.

Roleplay preparation Divide into three groups: Port Katherine Planning Department, Port Katherine Residents’ Association, and Phoenix. Use the activities opposite (3, 4 and 5) to gather information for your group, in preparation for a public meeting (6 opposite) to discuss the choice of site for a new recycling centre in Port Katherine. You will need to make a presentation at the meeting summarizing your views, stating which site you prefer and why, and explaining why the other sites are not appropriate. You should also be prepared to ask the other groups questions, and argue against their proposals if they conflict with your interests.

Ask B’s opinion.

Disagree.

Interrupt.

Ask for clarification.

Persuade.

Manage the discussion.

9 Work in small groups. Hold a management meeting to decide what to do in the following

cases of employee misbehaviour in your company. For each case, discuss: • • •

what action to take. what corporate policy to adopt (if any). how you will implement your decisions.

Case 1

Case 2

Case 3

Mike Ho, a buyer in your purchasing department, accepted cash from suppliers in return for buying large volumes at high prices.

Marieta Myska, a sales manager, obtained confidential information about government contracts by having a relationship with a civil servant.

Joseph Fisher, a project manager, used company resources and equipment to run a club for disabled children at weekends.

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The Business Advanced Student’s Book

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In Company Second Edition BUSINESS ENGLISH

A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

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

In Company has established itself as the English course for professionals because of its immediate results through topic-based content, active skills, and real-world tasks that are instantly relevant to everyday business life development.

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

• More case studies (Student’s Book) • Clearly defined topic- and skills-based units (Student’s Book) • A variety of global accents (Class Audio) • Tips for 1:1 teaching (Teacher’s Book) • Interactive glossary and class audio as MP3 downloads (Student’s Book CD-ROM)

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive CD-ROM Resource site – see p 13

For Students

www.macmillanenglish.com/business

In Company recognises that students need to go beyond talking about their work in English – they need English skills that are immediately transferable to their day-to-day routine.

Macmillan Practice Online – see p 10

www.macmillanpracticeonline.com

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

Student’s Book CD-ROM The Student’s Book comes with an interactive workbook in the form of a CD-ROM. • Ideal for business professionals who are constantly on the move • Linked in topic and language to the Student’s Book, it provides further grammar and lexis practice • Class Audio is available as MP3 downloads so students have constant access to listening activities • Interactive glossary makes an ideal on-the-go reference compendium of vocabulary In Company 2nd Edition Pre-intermediate CD-ROM

In Company Practice Online In Company 2nd Edition Practice Online offers flexible and affordable online practice, ideal for students who are always on the go. Accessible from any computer with an Internet connection, these online courses are carefully tailored to mirror each level of the texts, offering a wealth of extra materials for practice, review and reference. To find out more, visit www.macmillanpracticeonline.com

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For Teachers More than just a teacher’s book, the In Company Teacher’s Book provides a further 20 hours of teaching material through photocopiable worksheets and teaching notes, and gives a clear layout of what is to come in each unit. The Teacher’s Book also now addresses how to adapt the material for 1:1 situations. Teachers are also supported by a host of free online materials from www.macmillanenglish.com/business

BUSINESS ENGLISH

• Quick and easy lessons for busy teachers – regular elessons delivered straight to your inbox • Wordlists, photocopiable worksheets, answer keys, listening scripts, progress tests and webguides are available for download

In Company Case Studies John Allison with Mark Powell

The ideal accompaniment for the practical business English classroom. This is a unique teacher’s resource book packed with photocopiable ready-to-use business case studies which can be used alongside any business English course. • 25 case studies give practice in key business areas including candidate selection, marketing strategies and choosing a new office location • The accompanying Audio CDs ensure integrated skills practice by providing listening input for every case study • Follow-up activities encourage learners to reflect on their own solutions Topic- and skills-based units reflect the needs of professional business English learners

Discussion topics encourage students to draw on their own experience

SKiLLS

1 BUSineSS Or pLeaSUre? All things being equal, people will buy from a friend. All things being not quite so equal, people will still buy from a friend.

b Work with a partner to set the scene of your conversation. Where are you – at a conference reception, a social event, in the coffee break at a training seminar? Are you enjoying yourself? How did you travel there? What’s the weather been like? What’s been happening in the news lately? c Swap personal information with your partner and use this and the scene you built up in b as the basis for your conversation. How long can you keep the conversation going? The language in the conversation phrase bank may help you.

MARk McCoRMACk, What they Don’t teach you at harvarD Business school

1 How important do you think it is to actually like the people you do business with? 2 Read these two short extracts from different business articles. Is the point they are making equally valid in your country?

www.CareerBuilder.com

A study at the Stanford University School of Business tracked MBAs ten years after they graduated. The result? Grade point averages had no bearing on their success – but their ability to converse with others did. Being able to connect with others through small talk can lead to big things.

Quotes from relevant texts provide interesting unit openers

How did the conversation go? Which topics had the most Use of authentic 4mileage? texts Did you find anything in common? encourages discussion

When Jack Welch gave a guest lecture at MIT’s Sloan School of Management in 2005, someone in the crowd asked, ‘What should we be learning in business school?’ Welch’s reply: ‘Just concentrate on networking. Everything else you need to know, you can learn on the job.’

So, how are you enjoying …? i hear you … is that right? i understand you used to … Am i right in thinking you …? Ah, i see. So, …? oh, that’s interesting, because i … Really? that’s a coincidence! So, tell me more about … is it true that …? well, it’s been nice talking to you.

COrpOrate entertainment 1 The Japanese economy has had its ups and downs, but Japanese firms continue to spend around

$40 billion a year on corporate hospitality. Can that kind of money ever be considered well spent? Should it be the first thing to cut in a recession? How can entertaining clients and colleagues be good for business? What better way to build and maintain (a)_________ with key (b)_________ and to reward star (c)_________ of your (d)_________ than to offer them a unique and unforgettable (e)_________ far away from the pressures and constraints of an (f)_________ environment? Whether it’s front row (g)_________ at the Metropolitan Opera in New York, a VIP (h)_________ at the World Cup Final, a private (i)_________ at the Guggenheim Gallery in Bilbao or a champagne (j)_________ at the Paris Ritz, we can provide the ideal (k)_________ and first-class (l)_________ that will leave your guests simply saying ‘Wow!’

Fortune magazine

3 How good are you at small talk? You are going to practise networking with a business contact. a First, briefly note down some information about yourself in the chart below. Omit or change any of the topics you want to. Home

Family

Conversation phrase bank isn’t this weather …?

Interests Current projects Birthplace

2 Complete the extract from a corporate

entertainment company’s website using the words in the box. Are you persuaded by what it says? box clients experience members office reception relationships seats service setting team viewing

3

1.01 A group of Russian business people, who are about to collaborate with you on a major international project, is visiting your London office. As part of the planning committee, it’s your job to decide on a special event to celebrate their visit. Listen to some of the suggestions of the other committee members and take notes.

4 Work in two groups to find out about four different events you could take your Russian visitors to. Group A turn to page 138. Group B turn to page 147.

5 Pair up with someone from the other group and discuss the options. Prepare to briefly present your recommendations.

Employer

Use of English – relevant and contextualised

Sports Previous employers Plans Travels

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Studies Languages

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01 BuSineSS oR PLeASuRe?

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In Company 2nd Edition Pre-intermediate Student’s Book In Company – Second Edition Student’s Book + CD-ROM Pack Teacher’s Book Class Audio CDs Case Studies Pack

elementary 9780230717091 9780230717107 9780230717114 all levels

pre-intermediate 9780230717190 9780230717206 9780230717213 9780230717060

intermediate 9780230717145 9780230717152 9780230717169

upper intermediate 9780230717244 9780230717251 9780230717268

SEE ALSO Networking in English p 90 Business Vocabulary Builders p 92 Business English Handbook p 92 Business English Practice Online p 10

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Meetings in English

anyone who finds it hard to communicating informally in the only deals with survival English for the interpersonal strategies used mmunicators.

Meetings in English

Bryan Stephens

Meetings in English

ette and being sensitive when nt cultures.

the start of the book allows each n a tailor-made fashion, prioritising o their needs.

BUSINESS ENGLISH

Bryan Stephens

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.net

Be effective in international meetings

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

millan nary with

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INCLUDES AUDIO CD

780230 401921

08/06/2010 14:25

A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

PRE-INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Bryan Stephens

Get confidence and build strategies for successful meetings in English – from confirming and rescheduling a meeting to video-conferencing! Meetings in English tackles communication skills for a wide range of meeting contexts from preparing an agenda to teleconferencing.

Key features

• Systematic coverage of all stages from planning meetings to follow-up action • Strong focus on the language of meetings plus coverage of networking skills before and after meetings • Specific strategies for teleconferencing and videoconferencing • Case study scenarios • Intercultural meeting situations • Answer key • Ideal for use in the business English classroom as supplementary or intensive material or as a self-study manual Meetings in English (+ CD)

Networking in English A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

PRE-INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Barney Barrett and Pete Sharma

Networking in English is for anyone who finds it hard to find the right words when communicating informally in the workplace. It is a practical, engaging and easy-to-use book that will build confidence in a difficult area. It focuses on the factors that make a good socialiser/communicator: appropriate use of functional expressions; building rapport and mutual understanding; considering social etiquette and being sensitive to different cultures.

Presentations in English

Erica J. Williams

Presentations

in English

Erica J Williams

Find your voice as a presenter

INCLUDES DVD

Presentations in English A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED Erica J. Williams

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

Email English A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Paul Emmerson

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

90

9780230401921

Key features

• All language is contextualised by the six characters that appear throughout the book and provide a range of voices and personality types • Speakers are both native and non-native to familiarise students with the global corporate market • Cultural and networking tips provide extra support and background information • A student ‘Needs Analysis’ at the beginning of the book allows the course to be used in a tailor-made fashion • ‘My Social Planner’ area enables students to personalise the material and store the phrases most relevant to them • Suitable for the classroom or for self-study Networking in English (+ CD)

9780230732506

Key features

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

9780230028784

Key features

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

Email English

9781405012942


Telephone English A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE John Hughes

Get Ready for Business A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

American English

HIGH BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE Andrew Vaughan and Dorothy E. Zemach

Helping students prepare for the world of work, this two-level series focuses on systematically developing their communicative abilities so they increase their employment opportunities and have the confidence to use English in the workplace.

MACMILLAN DIGITAL

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

BUSINESS ENGLISH

Telephone English trains students to use the telephone confidently and effectively in the course of their work. It also prepares students for dealing with specific situations in the business context in which they operate.

Key features

9781405082211

Key features

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

Resource site

www.macmillanenglish.com/getreadyforbusiness

SEE ALSO

Get Ready for Business Student’s Book Teacher’s Book Class Audio CD

level 1 9780230039797 9780230039810 9780230717725

level 2 9780230039858 9780230039872 9780230717732

Check Your Vocabulary for TOEIC® p 77

A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

HIGH BEGINNER TO PRE-INTERMEDIATE Peter Viney

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

International English for Call Centres Awar Winnerd

Barry Tomalin and Suhashini Thomas

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

Key features

• Practical communication activities are directly transferable to the professional world • ‘Culture Files’ build on the topic and language from each lesson • Teacher’s Guide includes photocopiable tests with answer keys • Bilingual wordlists to accompany the course available from www.macmillanenglish.com/business

Student’s Book Practice Book Teacher’s Guide Class Audio CDs

Basic Survival 9781405003933 9781405003940 9781405003957 9781405003971

Survival English 9781405003841 9781405003858 9781405003865 9781405003889

New edition

SURVIVAL

ENGLISH International Communication for Professional People

SOCIALIZING FOOD&DRINK HOTELS COMMUNICATIONS TRAVEL BUSINESS

PETER VINEY

Key features

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

International English for Call Centres

9780230638969 9

Basic Survival and Survival English

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Business Vocabulary Builders

BUSINESS ENGLISH

A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

PRE-INTERMEDIATE TO INTERMEDIATE INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Paul Emmerson

The Business Vocabulary Builders are designed to help business English students enrich and expand their vocabulary, allowing them to express themselves more fluently and confidently in a professional context. The first half of each book is devoted to business vocabulary and practice, the second half to skills work. The Business Vocabulary Builders are intended as companions to the two Business Grammar Builders and can be used to create a tailored and focused business English course.

Key features

• Accompanying Audio CD provides essential listening practice and extension activities, and features real international business people • Listening exercises, listening scripts and a full answer key are also included • 21st century skills and topics are covered • New vocabulary is grouped according to topic • Introduces language for telephoning, emailing, report writing and conferences • For self study or the classroom Essential Business Vocabulary Builder (+ Audio CD) Business Vocabulary Builder (+ Audio CD)

9780230407619 9780230716841

Business Grammar Builders A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

PRE-INTERMEDIATE TO INTERMEDIATE INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Paul Emmerson

This two-level series of grammar reference books is aimed at professional adults or business students who need to maintain and practise their English in a business context. Now in its second edition, Business Grammar Builder has been updated and refreshed for the everchanging business market, offering excellent preparation for business exams such as BEC and BULATS.

Key features of the series

• Authentic extracts from Newsweek, The Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal and CNN provide examples in a business context • Self-administered tests allow students to check their own progress • Appendices cover grammar and vocabulary difficulties and offer a guide to differences between British and American English (Business Grammar Builder) Essential Business Grammar Builder (+ Audio CD) 9781405070485 Business Grammar Builder - 2nd edition (+ Audio CD) 9780230732544

Business English Handbook A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

UPPER INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED Paul Emmerson

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

Key features

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

Business English Handbook (+ Audio CD) 9781405086059

Business Builder A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

C2

INTERMEDIATE Paul Emmerson

An absolute must-have for any teacher of business English, this photocopiable resource pack series provides excellent material for the business English classroom in three separate modules. 1–3: Social English, Telephoning, Job Interviews 4–6: Discussions and Meetings, Business Correspondence, Report Writing 7–9: Presentations, Company Product and Customer Relations, Negotiations

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Key features

• Each photocopiable lesson provides a wide variety of communicative business activities • Full teacher’s notes with tips, ideas and cultural hints are included to accompany each lesson • Personalisation activities show learners how to use the target language in their everyday lives Business Builder modules 1, 2, 3 9780333990940 modules 4, 5, 6 9780333990957 modules 7, 8, 9 9780333990964


A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

Awar Winnerd

C2

PRE-INTERMEDIATE TO INTERMEDIATE Charles Boyle and Ileana Chersan

2009

English for Law Enforcement

The David Riley Award For Innovation In Business English And ESP

The latest addition to the Campaign suite of titles, this course is designed to meet the needs of law enforcement personnel, from customs officers to gendarmes and police. Topics and texts have been carefully selected from a variety of law enforcement contexts and all content has been verified by law enforcement officers from all over the globe, including Germany, Spain and the UK.

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

English for Law Enforcement covers the full range of essential law enforcement situations including vehicle identification, stop and search, crowd control and issuing statements.

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

PROFESSIONAL ENGLISH

Key features

9780230732582 9780230732575 9780230405264

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive CD-ROM SEE ALSO

Resource site – see p 13 www.macmillanenglish.com/ englishforlawenforcement

ESP Bank www.onestopenglish.com

Campaign English for the Military A1

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

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

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

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Campaign level 1 Student’s Book 9781405009805 Class Audio CD 9781405009836 Workbook (+ Audio CD) 9781405028998 Teacher’s Book 9781405009812

level 2 9781405009850 9781405009881 9781405029018 9781405009867

level 3 9781405009904 9781405009935 9781405029032 9781405009911

Campaign Dictionary of Military Terms Campaign Check Your Vocabulary Workbook Campaign Grammar Practice

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Aviation English PROFESSIONAL ENGLISH

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ICAO LEVEL 3–4 Henry Emery and Andy Roberts

For ICAO compliance

Winner of the British Council Innovation Awards 2009

Awar Winnerd

Aviation English has been specifically designed to teach English language communication skills to pilots and air traffic controllers, and to help them achieve and maintain Operational Level 4 (now an international requirement enforced by the International Civil Aviation Organization). The Student’s Book covers 12 ‘non-routine’ scenarios, providing students with all the input they would need to deal confidently and swiftly with situations not covered by radio-telephony. The course uses radio-telephony dialogues to provide a professional and realistic context for students.

Key features

• Answer key and audio files are available on the Student’s Book CD-ROM • The Teacher’s Book not only provides detailed teaching notes, listening scripts and answer key, but also includes detailed background information for teachers less familiar with the aviation industry and for aviation experts new to teaching • The course can be used as an inclusive self-study course or as part of a classroom situation

Aviation English Student’s Book + CD-ROM Pack Teacher’s Book Class Audio CDs

9780230027572 9780230027589 9780230027596

The Student’s Book Pack comes with two CD-ROMs: • The Student’s Book CD-ROM with interactive simulations, and detailed extra pronunciation and listening exercises • The Macmillan English Dictionary Pronunciation CD-ROM – includes additional specialised Aviation English terms

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive CD-ROMs Resource site – see p 13 www.macmillanenglish.com/aviationenglish

Aviation English Student’s Book CD-ROM

Check Your Aviation For ICAO English compliance A1

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A self-study or classroom book and CD package focusing on the topics and language structures required by pilots and air-traffic controllers preparing to gain ICAO level 4 language requirements. The book contains 30 two-page units. Each unit is focused on a unit topic and contains activities to practise speaking and listening skills as well as activities to develop key vocabulary. Tasks are similar to those commonly found in aviation English exams. Listening exercises use plain English recordings as well as radio-telephony exchanges and also feature routine and non-routine situations.

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• Ideal for use alongside Aviation English and for ICAO level 4 preparation • The accompanying Audio CDs feature recordings for the listening activities and recorded model answers for the speaking activities • Tests every five units review topics and language from the preceding units as well as general practice tests at the end of the book • Topics include delays, fuel problems, aircraft breakdowns, bomb scares, take-off incidents, wind and turbulence, icing and ground services • Radio-telephony content verified by the Oxford Aviation Academy Check Your Aviation English Student’s Book + Audio CD Pack

9780230402072


Firstly, I might say that the MED has been borrowed by most of the teachers in my staffroom and they’ve all commented positively on it, so it’s become the de facto office dictionary. I had to write my name on the inside cover to claim ownership! The foreword and introduction are very helpful and I’ve used the “Using your Dictionary” page to help explain how to use a dictionary to a group of students.

Michael Secomb - English Teacher, Thailand

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Macmillan Education has a range of dictionaries which respond to the exact needs of learners all over the world. Detailed analysis of large corpora, using highly advanced software, enabled the writers to identify how English is used by native speakers and by learners around the world. At every stage of the writing process teachers, coursebook writers and language students contribute information about what learners really need to know.

Macmillan English Dictionary

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Macmillan School Dictionary

Macmillan Study Dictionary

Macmillan Essential Dictionary

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The second edition of the award-winning dictionary for advanced learners features the innovative red-star system, giving extra information about the words learners really need.

A dictionary of word combinations for upper intermediate to advanced students helps them write more natural and idiomatic English.

A classroom companion for intermediate-level students whose school subjects are taught in English.

A complete reference source for upper secondary and university students who study their curriculum subjects in English.

Clear explanations of how to use phrasal verbs are accompanied by striking cartoons to reinforce their meaning.

Containing many of the features of the Macmillan English Dictionary, this is a perfect reference for intermediate learners to use in the classroom and at home.

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Macmillan English Dictionary CD-ROM

The CD-ROM provides all the content of the Macmillan English Dictionary and so much more. Enlarge your vocabulary, improve your pronunciation and personalise your search, or use it for instant meanings while reading documents or surfing the internet.

Macmillan Dictionaries Resource Site The newly designed Macmillan Dictionaries site offers access to the free online www.macmillandictionary.com information about the range of dictionaries, corpus information, useful glossaries, web guides and regular eLesson service to support learning www.macmillandictionaries.com

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Macmillan English Dictionary A1

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UPPER INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED

The second edition of the Macmillan English Dictionary contains a wealth of material, while building on the innovative features that won it two prestigious awards.

Centre for English Corpus Linguistics

The most frequently used 7,500 words in English – the ideal vocabulary size for an advanced learner – are printed in red, graded with stars, and explained with extra detail about how to use them.

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive CD-ROM Resource site – see pp 13 and 96 www.macmillandictionaries.com

The Macmillan English Dictionary is specially designed to help learners to understand English, use English and be more aware of how English works. The many features include: • Menus to take students straight to the right meaning • Coverage of subject-specific vocabulary, World English and encyclopedic information • Clear definitions, using the most common words • Collocation and metaphor boxes, along with usage notes on style, grammar and varieties of English • Vocabulary-building sections • Language Awareness pages on idioms, pragmatics, word formation and much more • A complete package of unique, carefully researched materials based on a detailed analysis of learners’ own writing. Full-page writing sections and ‘Get it right’ boxes help students to become more confident writers in academic and professional situations. This material was created in collaboration with the Centre for English Corpus Linguistics, led by Professor Sylviane Granger, at the Université catholique de Louvain in Belgium.

Macmillan English Dictionary 2nd Edition British English Paperback with CD-ROM 9781405025263 Paperback 9781405026284 Hardback with CD-ROM 9780230025462 International Student Edition Paperback with CD-ROM* 9780230024939 *only available in certain countries

Online edition

The Improve Your Writing Skills section in the centre of the dictionary gives learners advice on writing in 18 areas that often cause difficulties. These pages deal with vocabulary and grammar problems, present graphs comparing the use of a particular word or phrase by native speakers and learners, and develop the skills they need to write effectively in different professional and academic contexts

The Expand Your Vocabulary section in the centre of the dictionary – on the themes of movement, communication and emotions – helps learners to choose the right word at the right time, and to use it correctly and idiomatically

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Full coverage of British and American English spelling, pronunciation and meaning Cross references to related words, phrases and illustrations for developing vocabulary

Menus in longer entries take users straight to the right meaning

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Over 1,000 illustrated words, many in two-colour, with separate full-colour sections

The most important words to be used for writing and speaking are highlighted in red and graded with stars Unique boxes show how many familiar words and phrases have metaphorical meanings

Clearly labelled subjectspecific vocabulary

Simple, clear definitions are written using only 2,500 of the most common words

‘Get it right’ boxes at individual headwords help learners to anticipate mistakes that they might make and show them how to correct them. These boxes often also highlight common collocations, present alternatives to over-used words and point out the differences between words that are easy to confuse Extra collocation information based on data from the World English Corpus

Helpful example sentences, based on real-life spoken and written English, show how and when the word is used

Special boxes for building vocabulary, choosing the right word, British/American differences, and word origins

Thousands of synonyms and antonyms

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Macmillan Study Dictionary A1

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DICTIONARIES

A two-colour English dictionary suitable for upper secondary and university students who study their subjects in English. Packed with curriculum words and a major reference section, it is the complete reference source for students at this level.

Reference section

A reference section at the back of the book contains the following:

• A Study Skills section covering taking notes, essay writing, preparing for exams, writing informal and business letters and emails, presenting CVs, punctuation, dealing with data, ICT, literary terms, and using numbers • A Reference section covering the periodic table, chemical elements SI units and conversions, geographical names and nationalities irregular verbs and a pronunciation table

• Over 10,000 subject-specific words labelled • More than 150 two-colour technical illustrations explain complex topics at a glance • Collocations are shown in bold within entries, to help students speak and write more naturally • Definitions are easy to understand while being technically accurate and using appropriate terminology. They are written using a restricted vocabulary of 3,000 words and their accuracy has been checked by expert consultants.

Macmillan Study Dictionary Paperback + CD-ROM 9780230401969

CD-ROM

The CD-ROM combines the full text of the dictionary with recorded pronunciations of every headword in British and American English. Users can search for words in a particular topic area. All illustrations are included and are accompanied by animations of some technical illustrations. The content of the reference section is included in a searchable format with interactive full-colour maps.

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive CD-ROM Resource site – see pp 13 and 96 www.macmillandictionaries.com

SEE ALSO onestopclil p 51 Macmillan Vocabulary Practice Series Uncovering CLIL p 109

Macmillan Collocations Dictionary A1

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UPPER INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED

A two-colour dictionary of collocations designed for upper intermediate to advanced students to help them write more natural and idiomatic English. The dictionary derives its information from a two billion-word corpus using leading-edge software, with all entries drafted and edited by an expert team comprising the best ELT lexicographers in the UK.

Key features

• Collocations presented for over 4,500 carefully selected key words • Within each entry, collocations are grouped in semantic sets • Special focus on collocations frequent in academic and professional writing, with information on register provided where appropriate • Examples from real English show how collocations are used in context • Easy-to-use layout with all headwords printed in red • Usage boxes with grammatical notes, synonyms and alternative expressions

Macmillan Collocations Dictionary Paperback 9780230724037

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Resource site – see pp 13 and 96 www.macmillandictionaries.com

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Macmillan School Dictionary A1

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Interactive CD-ROM Resource site – see pp 13 and 96

Winner of the English-Speaking Union President's Award 2004

www.macmillandictionaries.com

Online compendium of curriculum vocabulary

Strong curriculum content

Language help

• Special emphasis on school subject vocabulary • Subject-specific words highlighted throughout • Word selection based on the 200 million-word World English Corpus supplemented with words taken from curriculum coursebooks • Helpful reference section containing information on the periodic table, irregular verbs, pronunciation, geographical names and nationalities and expressions using numbers • Informative two-colour illustrations relating to curriculum content

• Information on grammar patterns, collocations, phrases and phrasal verbs • Helpful example sentences based on real-life English • Hundreds of synonyms and antonyms • Information on spelling with inflections for irregular and semi-regular verbs, adjectives and nouns • Special help boxes on word families, synonym sets and vocabulary building

DICTIONARIES

A two-colour dictionary for intermediate-level students whose curriculum subjects are taught through the medium of English.

Macmillan School Dictionary Paperback 9781405013420 CD-ROM 9781405057103

CD-ROM

The CD-ROM combines the full text of the Macmillan Essential Dictionary with pronunciation practice, activities, illustrations, sound effects, photographs, animations and useful search facilities. In addition, users can access a fully-searchable compendium of curriculum vocabulary online.

Macmillan Essential Dictionary

MACMILLAN DIGITAL Interactive CD-ROM Resource site – see pp 13 and 96

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www.macmillandictionaries.com

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An essential reference offering invaluable support for those wishing to write and speak English accurately.

Comprehensive • Two-colour dictionary and CD-ROM for intermediate learners – over 45,000 headwords, phrases and phrasal verbs, with 36,000 examples showing how words are used • Special emphasis on contemporary vocabulary, such as computer language and colloquial language

Easy to use • Clear, simple definitions use just over 2,300 of the most common words • Menus in entries with five or more senses guide users straight to the meaning they want • The 3,500 most important words are highlighted in red and graded with stars for frequency of use

CD-ROM

You can hear the pronunciation of every word in both British and American English, and practise difficult words with the Sound Search function. Used in ‘Quick’ mode, the CD-ROM can give you instant meanings while reading documents and emails or surfing the internet. Macmillan Essential Dictionary – British English Edition Paperback with CD-ROM 9780230039483 Paperback 9780230039476 Macmillan Essential Dictionary – American English Edition Paperback with CD-ROM 9780333992128 Paperback 9780333992111

Essential • 24-page Language Study section, on key areas such as pronunciation, collocation and word building • Over 700 illustrations throughout aid understanding • Frequent colour Help Boxes contain grammar, vocabulary and usage notes

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Macmillan Phrasal Verbs Plus A1

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MACMILLAN DIGITAL Resource site – see pp 13 and 96

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www.macmillandictionaries.com

DICTIONARIES

INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED

A two-colour dictionary of phrasal verbs containing unique features to help students grasp this challenging and essential area of the English language.

Encourages natural English

• Clear explanations of how to use every phrasal verb by means of grammar patterns and relevant examples • Thousands of examples of phrasal verbs from the World English Corpus reflect English as it is used today • Collocation boxes list the words phrasal verbs typically occur with, to help students speak and write more naturally • Coverage of phrasal verbs used in general English as well as in business, internet and computing contexts

Easy to use

• The most frequent phrasal verbs are highlighted in red and graded with stars, to show at a glance how important they are for students to learn • Menus in entries with five or more senses guide users quickly to the meaning they want • The definitions are written in a restricted vocabulary to make them easy to understand

Plus!

• Over 100 striking two-colour cartoons illustrate common phrasal verbs, reinforcing their meaning and making them more memorable • An index of single-word equivalents enables learners to find phrasal verbs by starting with single-word verbs which they already know • Explanation of how particles contribute to the meaning of phrasal verbs • Hundreds of synonyms and antonyms throughout the dictionary help build students’ vocabulary • Information on inflections, pronunciation, stress patterns, register and derivatives widens students’ knowledge of English • A 16-page Language Study section contains more detailed description of the pronunciation, register and grammar of phrasal verbs

Macmillan Phrasal Verbs Plus

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Attractive covers, good use of illustration and the huge range of titles available in the series make this a great collection for a class library.

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Macmillan Readers NEW TITLES

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Macmillan Literature Collections

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Macmillan Readers Website

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Macmillan Readers List of Titles and ISBNs

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Macmillan Readers

READERS

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NEW TITLES

Our carefully graded series of retold versions of popular classic and contemporary titles and specially written stories continues to grow and there are now over 170 titles in the series. All titles are available with Audio CDs and include accompanying exercises and glossary.We have five new titles for 2012 including The Ghost, One Day and A New Lease of Death. The specially written Owl Hall comes with its own website and a blog. Podcasts will gradually reveal more details about the mysteries of Owl Hall. More information about all our Readers titles is available in our Readers Catalogue. View online at www.macmillanenglish.com/readers

NEW

Follow Kara’s secret blog and podcasts when she goes on holiday with her family to the ghostly Owl Hall. Then follow the video tour and experience the house for yourself! I think this place is like one of those big old houses from a scary movie. When I told mum, she said “Yes, but you love scary movies”. That’s true, but it doesn’t mean I want to LIVE in one! The blog and podcasts will appear on onestopenglish.com fortnightly in September leading to publication of the pre-intermediate level Macmillan Reader Owl Hall in January 2012.

www.macmillanenglish.com/owlhall

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

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Many of the Macmillan Readers are also available as eBooks, eco-friendly and portable, there is no need to carry your books iwb apps around with you anymore, simply download and transfer to your eReader, smartphone, tablet, Mac or PC. For a full list and more information visit, www.macmillaneducation.com/ebooks

Macmillan Readers Website Visit the newly relaunched Readers website for support material for teachers to use in class, as well as a wealth of resources written for students and independent learners. • Worksheets and answer keys • Tests for every Reader • Sample chapters and sample audio • Wordlists • Webquests • Author data sheets • The Using Graded Readers in the Classroom guide • Book Corner Club • Articles and Interviews • Competitions

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Extra exercises included. Extra exercises included. Only available in certain countries, see www.macmillanenglish.com/readers for details.

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ISBN with Audio CD

Pre-intermediate 9781405087414 Pre-intermediate 9780230422834 Pre-intermediate 9780230735132 Pre-intermediate 9781405087230 Pre-intermediate 9780230716568 Pre-intermediate Pre-intermediate 9780230026902 Pre-intermediate 9780230732131 Pre-intermediate 9780230422247 Pre-intermediate 9781405087384 Pre-intermediate 9781405084215 Pre-intermediate 9781405087148 Intermediate Intermediate Intermediate 9780230716704 Intermediate 9780230400238 Intermediate 9781405076708 Intermediate Intermediate Intermediate 9781405076722 Intermediate 9781405080583 Intermediate 9781405074544 Intermediate Intermediate Intermediate 9781405080606 Intermediate 9781405077033 Intermediate Intermediate Intermediate Intermediate 9780230026858 Intermediate 9781405076746 Intermediate Intermediate 9780230735088 Intermediate 9781405077057 Intermediate Intermediate 9780230408708 Intermediate 9781405077156 Intermediate 9780230422360 Intermediate Intermediate 9781405076760 Intermediate 9780230422353 Intermediate 9780230031128 Intermediate Intermediate Intermediate 9781405077071 Intermediate Intermediate Intermediate Intermediate Intermediate 9781405080620 Intermediate Intermediate 9781405076784 Intermediate Intermediate 9780230404717 Intermediate 9781405078733 Intermediate 9781405078054 Intermediate 9781405076807 Intermediate 9781405074575 Intermediate 9781405075381 Intermediate 9780230533523 Intermediate Intermediate 9781405076685 Intermediate Intermediate 9781405077095 Upper Intermediate Upper Intermediate Upper Intermediate Upper Intermediate Upper Intermediate 9780230422872 Upper Intermediate Upper Intermediate 9781405076821 Upper Intermediate 9780230408685 Upper Intermediate 9781405077118 Upper Intermediate 9780230402232 Upper Intermediate Upper Intermediate Upper Intermediate Upper Intermediate Upper Intermediate 9781405076845 Upper Intermediate Upper Intermediate Upper Intermediate 9781405077132 Upper Intermediate Upper Intermediate Advanced Advanced Advanced Advanced Advanced Advanced Advanced Advanced

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

Philip Williams

CHILDREN’S COURSES AND SUPPLEMENTARY METHODOLOGY Learning Teaching Third Edition Young children’s courses Hello JoJo Teaching English Grammar You and Me Cheeky Monkey 400 Ideas for Interactive Here’s Patch the Puppy Whiteboards Hello Robby Rabbit The Patch and Robby Show Uncovering EAP Brilliant Fun Here Comes CLIL Minibus! Uncovering Mini Magic Little Bugs for the 500 Activities Primary Classroom Children’s courses Big BugsFoundations Sound English World Footprints Blended Learning Here Comes Super Bus Story Magic An A–Z of ELT Brilliant Jump Aboard Way Ahead Beyond the Sentence Way Ahead Readers Macmillan English

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Macmillan Books for Teachers

MACMILLAN DIGITAL

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

Resource site – see p 13

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METHODOLOGY

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

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

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Sounds: The Pronunciation App Based on Adrian Underhill’s Sound Foundations phonemic chart, this is a handy pronunciation aid for teachers and students. The FREE version has an interactive phonemic chart for both British and American English. The Premium version includes the chart plus practice activities, games, a phonemic typewriter, wordlists, recording functions and much more. book

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Learning Teaching – Third Edition The Essential Guide to English Language Teaching

METHODOLOGY

Jim Scrivener

Learning Teaching has been one of the most successful guides to English Language Teaching since it was first published in 1994. Its no-nonsense approach makes it a superb teaching textbook for initial training courses, and also an essential handbook for practising ELT teachers. The new third edition has been revised and restructured to take into account recent developments in ELT and now includes an enhanced DVD with both video material and additional teaching resources. book

Also available as an eBook iwb apps www.macmillaneducation.com/ebooks

New features

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

Who is it for?

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

Learning Teaching 3rd Edition + DVD Pack

9780230729841

SEE ALSO Jim Scrivener is the author of the Straightforward Teacher’s Books p 58

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

Teaching English Grammar is the essential handbook for teachers wanting to prepare and deliver effective grammar lessons. It combines a comprehensive grammar reference with practical teaching advice, helping teachers to both understand grammar points and present them. Every trainee teacher and language school staffroom should have a copy of this book.

Key features

• Presents concept questions, timelines and other useful insights to help teachers prepare lessons which are accessible and engaging • Provides ideas to help teachers create and use practice activities for students • Includes information on common student errors to help teachers anticipate likely problems

Who is it for?

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

400 Ideas for Interactive Whiteboards Instant Activities Using Technology Pete Sharma, Barney Barrett and Francis Jones

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

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Key features

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

Who is it for?

• Teachers already using Interactive Whiteboards who want to discover new and innovative ways to use them • Teachers with little experience of using Interactive Whiteboards or who feel unsure about how to use them most effectively in the classroom 400 Ideas for Interactive Whiteboards

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Uncovering EAP

Who is it for?

How to Teach Academic Writing and Reading Sam McCarter and Phil Jakes

Uncovering CLIL

Uncovering EAP

Who is it for?

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

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

500 Activities for the Primary Classroom Immediate Ideas and Solutions Carol Read

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

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

Sound Foundations Awar Winnerd

Adrian Underhill

Sound Foundations is an ideal introduction to the English phonological system and an invaluable resource,both for teachers of full pronunciation courses and for those who would simply like to improve the quality of their work on pronunciation. The first half of the book is a description of the phonological system which discusses book the sounds iwb of English and describes how they are physically produced. The second half consists of creative and practical classroom activities. The latest edition includes an Audio CD which contains clearly recorded examples of the sounds described in the book.

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Who is it for?

• Both new and experienced teachers of young learners, looking for a resource bank of practical ideas to use in their classrooms • Trainee teachers on primary-focused courses such as the Cambridge CELTYL • Teacher trainers engaged in primary teacher education 500 Activities for the Primary Classroom 9781405099073

SEE ALSO

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

Learning and Teaching Pronunciation

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METHODOLOGY

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

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

Carol Read is the author of Footprints p 20

Who is it for?

• Teachers who are new to the teaching of pronunciation, looking for a comprehensive, practical guide • Teachers already involved in pronunciation teaching, and looking for a range of new ideas to use in class

Sound Foundations (with Audio CD)

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Blended Learning Using Technology in and Beyond the Language Classroom

METHODOLOGY

Pete Sharma and Barney Barrett

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

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

A Dictionary of Terms and Concepts Scott Thornbury

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

Beyond the Sentence Introducing Discourse Analysis Scott Thornbury

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

Uncovering Grammar How to Help Grammar Emerge Scott Thornbury

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

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SEE ALSO

Teachers are offered practical ideas and suggestions for ways to use technology to enhance and support students’ learning. The authors also examine the implications of the use of technology for language teaching methodology in general.

An A–Z of ELT

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Who is it for?

400 Ideas for Interactive Whiteboards p 108

Who is it for?

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

9781405070638

Who is it for?

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

9781405064071

Who is it for?

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

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700 Classroom Activities Instant Lessons for Busy Teachers

Who is it for?

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

David Seymour and Maria Popova

Teaching Reading Skills in a Foreign Language Christine Nuttall

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

Children Learning English A Guidebook for English Language Teachers

700 Classroom Activities

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9781405080019

Also available as an eBook iwb apps www.macmillaneducation.com/ebooks

Who is it for?

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

METHODOLOGY

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

Teaching Reading Skills 9781405080057

Who is it for?

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

Jayne Moon

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

Discover English Language Analysis for Teachers Rod Bolitho and Brian Tomlinson

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

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

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

Children Learning English 9781405080026

Who is it for?

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

9781405080033

Who is it for?

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

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PALGRAVE

PALGRAVE CONTENT AND LANGUAGE INTEGRATED English Grammar: LEARNING

The English Language and Linguistics list at Palgrave Macmillan features an exciting and expanding programme of books at all levels. Catering for academics, lecturers, graduate and undergraduate students alike, our books range from the latest research monographs to accessible student textbooks. For more information visit www.palgrave.com

An Introduction to English Language

CONTENT AND The third edition of this successfulLANGUAGE text remains essential for students and teachers INTEGRATED of English language and introductory linguistics, and now has a companion LEARNING website, containing MP3 audio clips and Word, sound and sentence (3rd edition) Koenraad Kuiper and W. Scott Allan 9780230208018

PowerPoint movie lectures to aid study.

Beginning Linguistics Laurie Bauer

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Kingfisher titles

This introductory textbook offers an introduction to linguistics for the absolute beginner which focuses on the core topics Macmillan Science NEW of linguistics: phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics and pragmatics.

Macmillan Mathematics

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Macmillan Natural and Social

The English Language Science NEW and Linguistics Companion

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

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9781403989710

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

English Language Description, Variation and Context

Edited by Jonathan Culpeper, Francis Katamba, Paul Kerswill, Ruth Wodak and Tony McEnery 9781403945907

What is the English language like, why is it like that and what do we need to know in order to study it? A fresh and wide-ranging introduction to English language and linguistics, infused with the very 112 latest research.

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An Introduction (2nd edition) Peter Collins and Carmella Hollo 9780230216952

Fully revised and expanded, this practical introduction to English grammar is now even Young to children’s courses more accessible those without any priorp 12 grammatical knowledge. p 12 Hello JoJo p 12 You and Me p 13 Cheeky Monkey p 13 Here’s Patch the Puppy p 13 Hello Robby Rabbit p 13 The Frameworks of English The Patch and Robby Show p 14 Introducing Language Structures p 14 Brilliant Fun (2nd edition) p 14 Here Comes Minibus! Kim Ballard p 15 9780230013148 Mini Magic ‘As a crystal-clear, Little Bugswell-illustrated exposition of all the linguistics nuts and bolts one would Children’s courses want a beginner English language studentp 15 to know, this is unsurpassed.’ – Jonathan Bugs Culpeper,Big Lancaster University, UK p 15

English World p 16 Footprints p 18 Here Comes Super Bus p 20 Studying the English Language Story Magic p 20 Brilliant (2nd edition) p 20 Jump Aboard Rob Penhallurick p 20 Way Ahead 9780230200159 p 21 Way Ahead Readers This is a clear and lively introduction to thep 21 Macmillanand English English language its use. This expanded p 22

second edition has been revised in light of Children’s supplementary recent research and now features chaptersp 23 on Chomsky, American English and Englishp 23 Macmillan English Handwriting around the world. English Explorers p 24 Macmillan Macmillan English Explorers p 26 Phonics Readers p 26 Selections What is this Thing Called p 27 Macmillan Children’s Readers Language? Macmillan Foundation Skills Series p 28 p 28 David Nunan Macmillan Children’s Dictionary p 28 9780230008489 Macmillan Picture Dictionary ‘An eminently andfor readable Pictureuseful Grammar Childrenguide...p 28 p 28 a book IChildren’s certainly Games needed when I first started

teaching A-Level English Language.’ - Jane Interactive Whiteboard Bluett, The Professional Journal of the p 29 Material National Association for the Teaching of English


Perspectives on the English Language series Perspectives on the English Language is an innovative series of textbooks for the English language student, which together form a wide-ranging course. Each book can be used flexibly, providing accessible and engaging starting-points, and building the foundations for further study.

Thinking about Language

Studying Language

Lesley Jeffries

Theories of English

English in Action

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Provides students with all the basic descriptive knowledge and tools of analysis they need for studying language. Introduces methods of English language description by way of word structure, sentence structure and meaning.

Siobhan Chapman

Urszula Clark

Considers the ideas underpinning language study and introduces past and current debates on the way that human language works.

Introduces key ideas about how English functions within its social and cultural contexts. It explores core topics of study such as language variation, pragmatics, stylistics and critical discourse analysis.

PALGRAVE

Discovering Language

Study Skills The Study Skills Handbook Stella Cottrell 9780230573055

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

The International Student Handbook Hayo Reinders, Nick Moore and Marilyn Lewis 9780230545199

This practical handbook prepares non-native English speaking students to live abroad, understand university culture, and to improve their English.

Cite Them Right The Essential Referencing Guide Richard Pears and Graham Shields 9780230272316

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

The Palgrave Student Planner 2011-2012 Stella Cottrell 9780230298262

Contains everything students need to organise their time and information effectively, with many added features available for the first time for the 2011/12 edition.

Skills for Success (Second edition) The Personal Development Planning Handbook

Stella Cottrell 9780230250185

Following-on from The Study Skills Handbook, this book enables students to think about personal, academic and career goals and to plan a path to success.

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

Based on interviews with international students and their teachers, this book offers straightforward advice on academic topics such as language use, as well as social topics and the culture of Western universities.

Critical Thinking Skills

Developing Effective Analysis and Argument

Study Skills for International Postgraduates

Stella Cottrell

Martin Davies

The second edition of this leading guide helps students to develop reflective thinking skills, improve their critical analysis and construct arguments more effectively.

Destined to become a life saver for international students everywhere, this book provides clear, comprehensive guidance for students embarking on postgraduate study at a western university.

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Developing Courses in English for Specific Purposes

Blending Technologies in Second Language Classrooms

Helen Basturkmen

Paul Gruba and Don Hinkelman

A discussion of the core considerations in the design of courses in English for Specific Purposes and illustrated with reference to case studies on experienced ESP teachers and course developers.

Drawing on a wide range of studies focusing on technology, this book introduces teachers and researchers to the emerging area of blended learning within the context of university language programmes.

The Construction of English

Realizing Autonomy

John Gray

Kay Irie and Alison Stewart

A cultural study of the ELT global coursebook, which argues that the textual construction of English for pedagogic purposes parallels the processes of commodity promotion more generally.

Writing about experiences in a range of widely differing contexts, the authors offer fresh insights and perspectives on the challenges and contradictions of learner autonomy.

Functional Grammar in the ESL Classroom

Teacher Development in Action

PALGRAVE

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Rodney Jones and Graham Lock 9780230272392

A set of easy-to-use techniques to help students discover for themselves how grammar works in real-world contexts and how grammatical choices are not just about form but about meaning.

Beyond the Language Classroom Phil Benson and Hayo Reinders 9780230272439

A comprehensive exploration of theoretical and practical aspects of out-of-class teaching and learning from a variety of perspectives and in various settings around the world.

Approaches to Gender and Spoken Classroom Discourse Helen Sauntson 9780230229945

Gender and sexuality are challenging issues in education; using detailed linguistic analyses of classroom interaction, this study examines why this is the case and offers some strategies for change.

Innovating EFL Teaching in Asia Theron Muller, Steven Herder, John Adamson and Philip Brown 9780230301528

This collection offers a distinctly Asian voice for English language education and addresses some of the unique needs of Asian learners in EFL contexts.

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Magdalena Kubanyiova 9780230232587

An empirically grounded in-depth analysis of language teachers’ conceptual change, combining existing theories across language teacher cognition, teacher education, L2 motivation and psychology.

Psychology for Language Learning Sarah Mercer, Stephen Ryan and Marion Williams 9780230301153

This volume offers a bridge between the disciplines of linguistics and psychology, offering fresh perspectives on important areas in language learning, such as motivation, strategies, learning styles, identity and metacognition.


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

All books in this series are written by leading researchers and teachers in Applied Linguistics, with broad international experience. They are designed for the MA or PhD student in Applied Linguistics, TESOL or similar subject areas and for language professionals keen to develop their expertise and understanding in the field. NEW NEW Lynne Flowerdew 9781403998934

A critical overview of key concepts and approaches in corpus linguistics exploring the relationship between theory and practice in a wide range of fields which employ corpus linguistic methodologies.

Online Communication in Language Learning and Teaching

Researching Vocabulary Norbert Schmitt 9781403985361

An analysis of a wide range of vocabulary research methodologies, offering practical advice on how to carry out valid and reliable research on first and second language vocabulary.

Researching Communication Disorders

Marie-NoĂŤlle Lamy and Regine Hampel

Alison Ferguson and Elizabeth Armstrong

The authors provide a thorough appraisal of the potential benefits and challenges of learning and teaching a language online, offering a framework for thinking about technologies that allow online communication.

An interdisciplinary description of the theoretical frameworks in the field of communication disorders and an overview of the main current methodological approaches.

9780230001275

Tasks in Second Language Learning Virginia Samuda and Martin Bygate 9781403911872

This book aims to re-centre discussion of the ways in which language-learning tasks can help offer a holistic approach to language learning, and to explore the research implications.

Community Interpreting

9780230004511

Intercultural Interaction

Helen Spencer-Oatey and Peter Franklin 9781403986313

An authoritative introduction to intercultural communication for researchers, students and professionals who need rapid access to key topics, concepts, debates and sources of information.

Children Learning Second Languages

Sandra Hale

Annamaria Pinter

A comprehensive overview of the field of Community Interpreting and specifically exploring issues relating to research, training and practice.

A comprehensive survey of key concepts specific to language teaching for children with up-to-date research findings, plus listings of resources for research and practice.

9781403940698

PALGRAVE

Corpora and Language Education

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The Developing Language Learner Dick Allwright and Judith Hanks 9781403985323

This treatment of Exploratory Practice introduces five propositions about learners as practitioners of learning who are capable of developing their expertise through conducting research in and on their own classroom learning lives.

To view all titles in the series, please visit www.palgrave.com/RPAL

Coming soon! Language Policy

Bilingual Education

David Cassels Johnson

Marilyn Martin-Jones

Language for Specific Purposes

Instructional Strategies and Processes in Language Education

Sandra Gollin and David Hall

Exploring Discourse in Context and Action Christopher Candlin and Stephen Moore

Devon Woods

Literacies

Anne Burns and Helen De Silva Joyce

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DENMARK Atheneum Nørregade 6 1165 København K Tel: +45 33 12 69 70 Fax: +45 33 14 69 33 Email: salg@atheneum.dk Web: www.atheneum.dk

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Abrakadabra 8 avenue Marie Curie 38500 Voiron Tel: +33 4 57 23 84 61 Web: www.abrakadabra.eu Attica 106 boulevard Richard Lenoir 75011 Paris Tel: +33 1 49 29 27 27 Fax: +33 1 48 06 47 85 Web: www.attica.fr Book in Bar 4 rue Cabassol 13100 Aix-en-Provence Tel: +33 4 42 26 60 07 Fax: +33 4 4226 60 07 Bradley’s Bookshop 8 cours d’Albret 33000 Bordeaux Tel: +33 5 56 52 10 57 Fax: +33 5 56 44 88 64 Web: www.bradleys-bookshop.com Cannes English Bookshop 11 rue Bivouac Napoléon 06400 Cannes Tel: +33 4 93 99 40 08 Eton Diffusion 17 rue Voltaire 92300 Levallois Perret Tel: +33 1 47 48 93 47 Fax: +33 1 47 48 13 41 Email: etondiffusion@wanadoo.fr La Boîte à Livres de l’Etranger 2 rue du Commerce 37000 Tours Tel: +33 2 47 05 67 29 Fax: +33 2 47 66 64 24 Email: baletranger@wanadoo.fr


Librairie Maurel 95 rue de Lodi 13006 Marseille Tel: +33 4 91 42 63 44 Fax: +33 4 91 94 24 40 Librairie Paes Langues Etrangères 184 rue de Bourgogne 45000 Orleans Tel: +33 2 38 54 04 50 Fax: +33 2 38 62 64 38 Novagora 40 rue d’Alésia 75014 Paris Tel: +33 1 45 77 91 66 Fax: +33 1 45 78 75 53 Web: www.novagora.net The ABC Bookshop 11 rue des Faulx 76000 Rouen Tel: +33 2 35 71 08 67 Fax: +33 2 35 71 08 67 The Bookshop 17 rue Lakanal 31000 Toulouse Tel: +33 5 61 22 99 92 Fax: +33 5 61 21 53 93 W H Smith and Son 248 rue de Rivoli 75001 Paris Tel: +33 1 44 77 88 99 Fax: +33 1 42 96 83 71 Web: www.whsmith.fr FYR MACEDONIA The English Centre Gradski Zid blok 3-lokal 12 1000 Skopje Tel: +389 2 3109 372 Fax: +389 2 3221 514 Email: angliski-centar@t-home.mk

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GEORGIA English Book in Georgia 14 Chavchavadze Avenue, 0179, Tbilisi Tel: +995 322308550 Email: english_book_ge@yahoo.com ICELAND Penninn Press GERMANY Hallarmuli 4 Hueber Verlag GmbH & Co. KG Reykjavik Max Hueber Str. 4 Tel: +354 540 2000 85737 Ismaning Email: penninn@penninn.is Tel: +49 89 96 02 9603 Web: www.penninn.is Fax: +49 89 96 02 328 Email: orders@hueber.de INDIA Web: www.hueber.de Macmillan India Ltd (Head Office) 315/316 Raheja Chambers GUATEMALA 12 Museum Road IGA Bangalore 560 001 Intituto Guatemalteco Americano Tel: +91 80 558 7878 or 558 6563 Ana Isabel Ponce, Manager Fax: +91 80 558 8713 9ª. Avenida 0-39 zona 4 Email: rberi@bgl.vsnl.net.in Ciudad de Guatemala Tel: +502 24225454 IRAN Fax: +502 24225533 Sepehr Bookshop Email: iponce@iga.edu PO Box 14155-4315 70-85-6 Valliassr Commerce Building HONDURAS Valliassr Street Bookmaster Tehran D. Marcia de Suazo Tel: +9821 8894 4061/8894 General Manager 3846/8894 1246/8894 1248 Centro Comercial Perisur L-11 Fax: +98 21 8893 5975 Blvd. Comunidad Económica Europea Email: info@sepehr-bookshop.com Comayaguela Web: www.sepehr-bookshop.com Tegucigalpa Tel: +504 234 79 24 ISRAEL Email: bookmaster@sigmanet.hn AEL Publications 97 Jaffa Street Inversioes Escolares Store E326 Lic. Carmen Alicia Hernández P.O.B.28163 Gerente General Jerusalem 94340 1 Calle, 7 y 8 Ave. Tel: +972 2 6221640 Bo El Centro Email: rivka@aelpublications.com Edif. Gold Brand Tel: +504 550 21 13 Email: inversionesco@terra.com.gt

Com Books Ltd Kibbutz Yakum Yakum 60972 Tel: +972 9 9524600 Fax: +972 9 9524601 Howard Burns PO Box 55749 Haifa Tel: +972 52 3485156 Email: howard1@bezeqint.net University Publishing Projects Ltd 8 Zarhin Street, PO Box 393 Raanana 43104 Tel: +972 3 5626879 Fax: +972 3 5626622 Email: upp@upp.co.il or daphne@upp.co.il ITALY Macmillan Education c/o Mondadori Education Via Durazzo, 4 20134 Milano Tel: +39 02 2121 3588 Fax: +39 02 2121 3571 Email: info@macmillanitalia.it Web: www.macmillanenglish.com/ italy JAPAN Macmillan Language House Chiyoda Building 3/F 2-37 Ichigaya-tamachi Shinjuku-ku Tokyo 162-0843 Tel: +81 (0)3 5227 3538 Fax: +81 (0)3 5227 3539 Email: elt@mlh.co.jp JORDAN Jacqueline Sabri (Representative) PO Box 840971 Jebel Amman 11184 Amman Tel: +962 6 5534166 Fax: +962 6 5534146 Email: macmill@orange.jo Dar Al-Manhal Publishing & Distribution Al-Taiseer Building Police Academy St, Al-Abdali PO Box 926428 Amman 11110 Tel: +962 6 569 8308 Fax: +962 6 563 9185 Email: info@dmanhal.com KAZAKHSTAN Macmillan Kazakhstan 1. Almaty Minbayev str. 43 a Office 22, 25 Tel: +7 (7272) 50 96 03 Tel/Fax: +7 (7272) 50 96 03 Email: mac@alnet.kz Interpress 89, Baitursynov st. 050012 Almaty Tel/Fax: +7 (727) 258 55,54 258 88 08, 272 28 28 Email: book@interpress.kz Web: www.interpress.kz Teachers’ Resource Centre Ltd Bookshop – Official Distributor Almaty, Kazakhstan, 050022 104/108, Kurmangazy street (corner Baitursynov street) Tel: +7 /727/ 320-16-16, 320-18-19, 320-19-18 Fax: +7 /727/ 292-29-56 Mobile phone: +7 701 766 1434, +7 777 766 1434 E-mail: trc_macmillan@mail.ru www.iccplus.kz KENYA Moran Publishers (E.A.) Ltd PO Box 30797-00100 Judda Complex Forest Road Nairobi Tel: +254 20 6766962/6766963 Fax: +254 20 6766963 Email: info@moranpublishers.co.ke

KOREA Macmillan Korea Publishers Limited Suite 1832 Gwanghwamun Officia 163 Sinmunro 1-ga, Jongno-gu Seoul 110-999 Korea Tel: +82 2 723 8422-3 Fax: +82 2 723 8424 Email: info@macmillan.co.kr KUWAIT Saeed & Samir Bookstore Salem Al Mubarak St Laila Gallery - Basement Salmiya Tel: +965 25721168/25330614 Fax: +965 25330613 Email: saeed_samir@hotmail.com Growmore Trading PO Box 251 Safat 13003 Tel: +965 4338784 / 4316761 Fax: +965 4330451 Email: books@growmorebooks.com LATVIA ‘Janis Roze’ SIA 31 Blaumana St. Riga 1011 Tel: +371 67240418 Fax: +371 67370922 Email: konsultants@jr.lv or pasutijumi@jr.lv Web: www.jr.lv Globuss Gramatnica Valnu iela 26 1452 Riga Tel/Fax: +371 7 226957 Email: veikals@globuss.apollo.lv LEBANON Griffin Jdeideh El-Matn, Ousseily Area PO Box 90-2064 Beirut Tel/Fax: +961 1 870288 Mobile: +961 3 678017 Email: griffin@terra.net.lb LESOTHO Macmillan Boleswa (Pty) Ltd Lesotho PO Box 7545 Maseru 100 Tel: +266 22 31 7340 Fax: +266 22 31 0047 Email: macmillan@lesoff.co.ls LIECHTENSTEIN Books are available from your local suppliers. For further information please contact your local representative, Claudia Buzzoni. Tel: +41 41 670 1782 Email: c.buzzoni@macmillan.ch LITHUANIA UAB “ROTAS” Vilnius, Pylimo str. 42 LT-01137 Tel: +370 5 2615100 Email: info@rotas.It Web: www.rotas.It LUXEMBOURG Books are available from your local suppliers. For further information, please contact help@macmillan.com MACEDONIA See FYR Macedonia MALAWI Bookland International Private Bag 140 Kenyatta Drive Near BP Filling Station Chitawira Blantyre Tel: +265 1 875773/876499 Fax: +265 1 875751 Email: hastings@macmillanmw.net

MALAYSIA UBSD Distribution Sdn Bhd 3F-15, 101 Business Park Bandar Puchong Jaya 47170 Puchong Selangor Tel: +603 8076 3042 Fax: +603 8076 3142 Email: enquire@ubsd-dist.com Web: www.ubsd-dist.com MALTA Audio Visual Centre Ltd Mayflower Mansions Bisazza Street, PO Box 58 Sliema SLM 01 Tel: +356 21330886 Fax: +356 21339840 Email: admin@avc.com.mt MAURITANIA Lib. Vents du Sud Ave John Kennedy 42-39 Imm Ould Mamy BP 145 Nouakchott Tel: +222 525 26 84 Fax: +222 525 13 79 Email: Ivs.mauritanie@yahoo.fr MAURITIUS Editions le Printemps 4 Club Road Vacoas Tel: +230 696 1017 Fax: +230 686 7302 Email: elp@bowintnet.mu

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MEXICO Macmillan Publishers, S.A. de C.V. Insurgentes Sur 1886 Col. Florida Del. Álvaro Obregón C.P. 01030 México D.F. Tel: +52 (55) 54 82 22 00 Web: www.macmillan.com.mx MOLDOVA ICS “Britanica” SRL MD-2001 mun.Chisinau Negruzzi bd. 5 ap.90 Tel.\Fax: +373 22 271355 E-mail: info@britanica.md MONTENEGRO The English Book Staro Sajmiste 29 11070 New Belgrade Tel/Fax: +381 11 31 31 044 Email: englishb@englishbook.rs Web: www.englishbook.co.rs MOROCCO Susan Thornhill (Sales Manager) Macmillan Education Between Towns Road Oxford OX4 3PP UK Tel: +44 (0)1865 405726 Fax: +44 (0)1865 405885 Mob: +44 (0)7595 655123 Email: s.thornhill@macmillan.com Calliope Rue Nassih Eddine Imm. Anfa 2 Magasin RDC Maarif Extension 20100 Casablanca Tel: +212 522 257400/ 661 456946 / 663 722633 Fax: +212 522 257427 Email: m.bennis@calliope.ma or librairie@calliope.ma Web: www.calliope.ma A.P.E.F. 16 Rue Mouaafak Eddine Quartier des Hopitaux 20370 Casablanca Tel: +212 522 86 36 54 Fax: +212 522 86 35 61 Email: direction@apef-morocco.com

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Gray 400 Interactive Whiteboard Activities 500 Activities for the Primary Classroom 700 Classroom Activities

TITLE INDEX

A A–Z of ELT, An Academic Writing Animal Explorers Approaches to Gender and Spoken Classroom Discourse Aviation English B Basic Survival Beginning Linguistics Beyond the Language Classroom Beyond the Sentence Big Bugs Blended Technologies in Second Language Classrooms Blended Learning Brilliant Brilliant Fun Business Builder Business, The Business English Handbook Business Grammar Builder Business Vocabulary Builder Busy Board C Campaign Captain Jack Check Your Aviation English Check Your Vocabulary Series Cheeky Monkey Children Learning English Children Learning Second Languages Children’s Games Cite Them Right Code College Writing Communicate Community Interpreting Construction of English, The Corpora and Language Education Critical Thinking Skills Culture World D Destination Grammar and Vocabulary Series Developing Courses in English for Specific Purposes Developing Language Learner, The Direct to FCE Direct to TOEFL iBT ™ Discover China Discover English Discovering Language Discover Science

108 109 111 110 82 7 114 94 91 112 114 110 17 114 110 23 16 92 86–87 92 92 92 7 88 15 89 77 15 104 115 28 113 65 77 79 115 114 115 113 9 79 114 115 70 71 84 111 113 45

E eBooks 5 Effective Reading 81 Email English 90 English for Law Enforcement 93 English Grammar: An Introduction 112 English Language 112 English Language and Linguistics Companion, The 112 English Reading and Comprehension 83 English World 18–19, 40 Essential Business Grammar Builder 92 Essential Business Vocabulary Builder 92 Explore 44

120

F Focusing on IELTS Footprints Frameworks of English, The Functional Grammar in the ESL Classroom

74 20–21 112 114

G Gateway Get Ready for Business Global

33–35 91 53–55

H Heinemann ELT TOEFL® Preparation Course, The 71 Hello JoJo 15 Hello Robby Rabbit 16 Here Comes Super Bus 23 Here’s Patch the Puppy 16 Hot Spot 38–39 I I Wonder Why IELTS App IELTS Foundation IELTS Foundation Study Skills IELTS Graduation IELTS Graduation Study Skills IELTS Introduction and Study Skills Improve your IELTS Skills Series In Company 2nd Edition Innovating EFL Teaching in Asia Inspiration Interactive Whiteboard Material Intercultural Interaction International English for Call Centres International Student Handbook, The Introduction to English Language, An

45 6 72 72 73 73 72 74 88–89 114 37 7, 31, 41, 63 115 91 113 112

J Jump Aboard

23

K Kingfisher Children’s Atlas, The Kingfisher First Animal Picture Atlas, The Kingfisher First Dictionary, The Kingfisher First Dinosaur Picture Atlas, The Kingfisher First Encyclopedia of Animals, The Kingfisher First Encyclopedia, The Kingfisher First Picture Atlas, The Kingfisher First Thesaurus, The Kingfisher World Atlas, The

44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44

L Language Practice Series Laser Learning Teaching 3rd Edition Little Bugs

78 66–67 108 17

M Macmillan Books for Teachers Series 107–111 Macmillan Children’s Dictionary 30 Macmillan Children’s Readers 29 Macmillan Collocations Dictionary 100 Macmillan Dictionary Online 97 Macmillaneducation.com 12 Macmillan English 24–25 Macmillan English Campus 9 Macmillanenglish.com 12 Macmillan Diccionario Pocket App 6 Macmillan English Dictionary 98–99 Macmillan English Dictionary App 6 Macmillan English Explorers 26–27 Macmillan Explorers Phonics 28 Macmillan English Grammar In Context 80 Macmillan English Handwriting 30 Macmillan Essential Dictionary 101 Macmillan Factual Readers 43 Macmillan-FLTRP Chinese Character Dictionary 84 Macmillan Literature Collections 104 Macmillan Natural and Social Science 48 Macmillan Mathematics 47 Macmillan Phrasal Verbs Plus 102 Macmillan Picture Dictionary 30 Macmillan Practice Online 10, 35, 37, 57, 58, 61, 75, 89 Macmillan Readers 104–105 Macmillan School Dictionary 101 Macmillan Science 46 Macmillan Study Dictionary 100 Macmillan Test Maker 75 Macmillan Topics 50 Macmillan Vocabulary Practice Series 49 Macmillan Writing Series 82 Meetings in English 90 Mind Series 60–61 Mini Magic 16 Move 62 Move Ahead 40

N Navigators Networking in English New Inside Out New Inspiration

45 90 56–57 36–37

O Onestopclil.com 51 Onestopenglish.com 8 Online Communication in Language Learning and Teaching 115 openMind 60–61 P Palgrave Student Planner, The 113 Presentations in English 90 Psychology of Language Learning 114 R Reading Keys 81 Ready for CAE 68 Ready for FCE 68 Ready for IELTS 69 Ready for PET 68 Realizing Autonomy 114 Researching Communication Disorders 115 Researching Vocabulary 115 S Science Zone 7 Selections 28 Shine 40 Skills for Success 113 Smash 39 Sound Foundations 109 Sounds: The Pronunciation App 6 Speaking of Speech New Edition 83 Story Magic 23 Straightforward 59 Straightforward Second Edition 58–59 Study Skills for Speakers of English as a Second Language 113 Study Skills for International Postgraduates 113 Study Skills Handbook, The 113 Studying the English Language 112 Studying Language 113 Survival English 91 T Tasks in Second Language Learning Teacher Development in Action Teaching English Grammar Teaching Practice Teaching Reading Skills Telephone English Tempo Testbuilder Series Tiantian Zhongwen Tips for IELTS Thinking about Language Top Deck U Uncovering CLIL Uncovering EAP Uncovering Grammar W Way Ahead What Is This Thing Called Language? Writing Essays Writing in Paragraphs Writing Paragraphs Writing Research Papers Writing Sentences Y You and Me Young Learners English Practice Tests

115 114 108 111 111 91 40 74 84 74 113 25 109 109 110 22 112 82 82 82 83 82 15 65


A

114 112 73 86, 89 72 115 86 65, 72 115 72 72

B

Baker de Altamirano, Y 93 Ballard, K 112 Barker, C 40 Barraclough, C 30 Barrett, B 90, 108, 110 Bastow, T 56 Basturkmen, H 114 Bauer, L 112 Bazin, A 74 Beck, J 74 Benson, P 114 Bolitho, R 111 Bowen, M 18, 22, 24, 40 Bowler, B 62 Boyd, E 74 Boyle, C 93 Bradshaw, J 112 Broadbent, A 47 Broadbent, P 47 Broudy, D 83 Brown, D 30 Brown, P 114 Brown, R 26 Budgell, G 28 Burridge, K 112 Bygate, M 115

C

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

D

Dalton, T Davies, M Davies, P A de Chazal, E Ding, A Dolby, D Duffy, C B Dymond, S

E

Edwards, L Ellis, P Emery, H Emmerson, P Esteve, P P Estruch, V R

113 93 53, 58, 59 80, 88 113 74 65 112 113 16 81 39, 65 112 74

77 113 23 86 84 73 71 72

70 22, 24, 40 94 86, 90, 92 16 16

F

Ferguson, A 115 Fidge, L 24, 26, 28, 30 Finch, G 112 Flowerdew, L 115 Fox, G 96 Fox, S 65 Franklin, P 115 French, A 68, 72, 74, 76, 81 Frigols, M J 109

G

Gakonga, J Gallivan, L Garton-Sprenger, J Glover, D Glover, P Gordon, I Gough, C Gould, P Gower, R Granger, C Graves, S Gray, J Greenwood, J Gruba, P

H

Hale, S Hampel, R Hanks, J Harper, K Harrington, D Harrison, M Herder, S Heydon, G Hinkelman, D Hird, J Hocking, L Holden, S Hollo, C Holman, A House, S Howard-Williams, D Hughes, J

I

Irie, K Islam, C

J

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

K

Katamba, F Kavanagh, M Kay, S Kelly, A Kelly, K Kenny, N Kerr, P Kerswill, P King, N Kubanyiova, M Kuiper, K

72 74 36, 37, 40 44 46 83 81 74 111 38, 74 26 114 74 114

115 115 115 15 83 74 114 112 114 62 18, 24, 40 50 112 62 23 40 91

114 82

109 53, 56 113 56, 58, 59 108 114 56

112 86 56, 62 68 49 68, 74 56, 58, 59 112 93 114 112

L

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

115 83 74 15 113 74 23, 25 114 71 74 74

M

Maggs, P 62 Mahnke, K 71 Mann, M 66, 79 Marsh, D 109 Martineau, C 73 McAvoy, J 53, 81 McCarter, S 69, 72, 73, 74, 109 McEnery, T 112 Medwell, C 15 Mehisto, P 109 Mellor-Clark, S 93 Mercer, S 114 Miles, S 81 Milne, B 62 Mitchelhill, B 26 Mitchell, L 40 Moon, J 111 Moore, N 113 Morris, J 16 Mourao, S 15 Muller, T 114 Munton, G 26, 28

N

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

65 58, 59, 68, 70 112 111

O’Sullivan, K

Papiol, E Parminter, S Payton, C Pears, R Penhallurick, R Perrett, J Phillips, D Pickering, K Pinter, A Popova, M Porter, D Powell, D Powell, M Preshous, J Preshous, A Prodromou, L Prowse, P

Q

Qi, S

Ramsden, J 16, 48 Read, C 16, 17, 20, 109 Reinders, H 113, 114 Richardson, K 86 Robb Benne, R 53, 62 Roberts, A 94 Roberts, R 72 Rogers, M 60 Rumisek, L 82 Rundell, M 96 Ryan, S 114

S

Samuda, V 115 Sanderson, H 48 Schmitt, N 115 Scott, K 23 Scott Allan, W 112 Scrivener, J 58, 59, 108 Seymour, D 111 Sharma, P 88, 90, 108, 110 Shaw, D 20 Shields, G 113 Short, J 73 Simmons, N 15 Soberón, A 16, 17 Spencer, D 33 Spencer-Oatey, H 115 Stannett, K 38 Stauntson, H 114 Stephens, B 65, 74, 90 Stewart, A 114 Subirà, P 23, 25 Sydes, J 86

T

O P

R

74

17 62 74 113 112 16, 23 111 53, 79 115 111 77 73 88, 89 72 72 39 36, 37, 40

84

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

U

Underhill, A

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

Walden, R Walters, S Webb, B Whitby, N Williams, E J Williams, M Wilson, K Wisniewska, I Wodak, R Wren, W Wyatt, R

Z

Zemach, D Zhang, J

40 60 60, 66, 79 91 110 74 91 40 111 17 86

109

V

W

AUTHOR INDEX

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

83 65 91 53, 78, 80 91 74

93 111 62 73 90 114 40 60 112 18, 24 77

60, 82, 83, 91 84

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