• Cambridge Global English 3 Learner’s 2nd Edition

    by Elly Schottman, Kathryn Harper, Caroline Linse

    Discover our new resources for the Cambridge International Primary and Lower Secondary Curriculum Frameworks. With international cross-curricular topics, from inventions and robots to dinosaurs and fossils, the series helps your class develop the skills to study across the curriculum in English. Packed with literature and games, the course helps your learners become confident communicators. Step-by-step writing activities with models support them to develop their writing, while tip boxes help with language and skills. Each unit ends with a ‘Project Challenge’ where learners work together on cross-curricular projects like a scrapbook or questionnaire, developing collaboration and critical thinking skills.

  • Cambridge Global English 6 Learner’s 2nd Edition

    by Jane Boylan, Claire Medwell, Kathryn Harper

    Cambridge Global English is a six-level Primary course following the Cambridge Primary English as a Second Language Curriculum Framework developed by Cambridge English Language Assessment.Learner’s Book 6 provides the core input for Stage 6 with nine thematic units of study and five review spreads. Units end with an engaging project and opportunity for self-assessment. Richly illustrated units contain six lessons, each developed around a unifying theme.Materials feature skills-building tasks for listening, reading, writing and speaking. ‘Use of English’ features focus on language awareness, and ‘Tips’ boxes on specific skills. Texts included have variety: factual and fictional, dialogue and poetry covering a range of topics. Accompanying Audio CD includes listening material for Stage 6 Learner’s and Activity Books 6.

  • Cambridge Global English Learner’s Book 4 2nd Edition

    by Jane Boylan, Claire Medwell, Kathryn Harper

    Cambridge Global English offers an enquiry-based, language-rich approach to learning English with an international focus. Specifically developed to provide comprehensive support for young learners of ESL worldwide, the topics covered reflect diversity and help learners communicate in English. The material engages children as active, creative learners with opportunities to participate in a wide variety of curriculum-based activities to acquire content knowledge, develop critical thinking skills and practise English language and literacy. The materials incorporate a ‘learning to learn’ approach and learners can acquire skills and strategies to help them approach new learning situations with confidence. Emphasis is placed on developing listening, speaking, reading and writing skills as well as vocabulary development and language awareness. Learners are exposed to a range of vocabulary with opportunities for using language in personalised, meaningful ways and developing the language skills they will need to access classroom materials in English across school curricula.

  • Cambridge Global English Stage 5 Learner’s Book with Audio CD: for Cambridge Primary English as a Second Language : for Cambridge Primary English as a Second Language

    By (author)  Jane Boylan

     

    Cambridge Global English (1-6) is a six-level Primary course following the Cambridge Primary English as a Second Language Curriculum Framework developed by Cambridge English Language Assessment. Learner’s Book 5 provides the core input for Stage 5 with nine thematic units of study and five review spreads. Units end with an engaging project and opportunity for self-assessment. Richly illustrated units contain six lessons, each developed around a unifying theme. Materials feature skills-building tasks for listening, reading, writing and speaking. ‘Use of English’ features focus on language awareness, and ‘Tips’ boxes on specific skills. Texts included have variety: factual and fictional, dialogue and poetry covering a range of topics. Accompanying Audio CD includes listening material for Stage 5 Learner’s and Activity Books. CEFR Level: A2

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    • ¬†Mixed media product |¬†142 pages
    • ¬†218 x 276 x 6mm | 420g
    • ¬†28 Jul 2014
    • ¬†Cambridge University Press
    • ¬†Cambridge, United Kingdom
    • ¬†English
    • ¬†New edition
    • ¬†New edition
    • ¬†Worked examples or Exercises
    • ¬†1107619815
    • ¬†9781107619814
    • ¬†142,720
  • Cambridge Grammar and Writing Skills Learner’s Book 3

    By (author)  Sarah Lindsay , By (author)  Wendy Wren

     

    Develop your learners’ skills in creative writing and writing for a purpose. Introduce your learners to creative writing and writing for a purpose. They’ll write rhyming poems and instructions for a cat feeder, helping build their extended writing skills as they progress through the units. Each unit focuses on a different text type such as dialogue, recounts, reports or instructions. Model texts in each chapter show learners good examples of each writing type and specific activities are included to help them practice their grammar. Planning tools and an extended writing task develop learners’ essential skills including editing, checking, planning and creative thinking.

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    • ¬†Paperback |¬†108 pages
    • ¬†219 x 275 x 6mm | 310g
    • ¬†03 May 2019
    • ¬†Cambridge University Press
    • ¬†Cambridge, United Kingdom
    • ¬†English
    • ¬†New edition
    • ¬†New edition
    • ¬†Worked examples or Exercises
    • ¬†1108730612
    • ¬†9781108730617
    • ¬†492,961
  • Cambridge Grammar and Writing Skills Learner’s Book 4

    By (author)  Sarah Lindsay , By (author)  Wendy Wren

     

    Develop your learners’ skills in creative writing and writing for a purpose. Introduce your learners to creative writing and writing for a purpose. They’ll write a haiku about the moon and a recipe for panna cotta, helping build their extended writing skills as they progress through the units. Each unit focuses on a different text type such as dialogue, recounts, reports or instructions. Model texts in each chapter show learners good examples of each writing type and specific activities are included to help them practice their grammar. Planning tools and an extended writing task develop learners’ essential skills including editing, checking, planning and creative thinking.

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    • ¬†Paperback |¬†120 pages
    • ¬†219 x 276 x 6mm | 360g
    • ¬†31 May 2019
    • ¬†Cambridge University Press
    • ¬†Cambridge, United Kingdom
    • ¬†English
    • ¬†New edition
    • ¬†New edition
    • ¬†Worked examples or Exercises
    • ¬†1108730620
    • ¬†9781108730624
    • ¬†588,506
  • Cambridge Grammar and Writing Skills Learner’s Book 5

    By (author)  Wendy Wren , By (author)  Sarah Lindsay

     

    Develop your learners’ skills in creative writing and writing for a purpose. Introduce your learners to creative writing and writing for a purpose. They’ll write a biography of a famous person and a poem based on The Pied Piper, helping build their extended writing skills as they progress through the units. Each unit focuses on a different text type such as dialogue, recounts, reports or instructions. Model texts in each chapter show learners good examples of each writing type and specific activities are included to help them practice their grammar. Planning tools and an extended writing task develop learners’ essential skills including editing, checking, planning and creative thinking.

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    • ¬†Paperback |¬†120 pages
    • ¬†220 x 275 x 5mm | 360g
    • ¬†24 May 2019
    • ¬†Cambridge University Press
    • ¬†Cambridge, United Kingdom
    • ¬†English
    • ¬†New edition
    • ¬†New edition
    • ¬†Worked examples or Exercises
    • ¬†1108730647
    • ¬†9781108730648
    • ¬†692,962
  • Cambridge Grammar and Writing Skills Learner’s Book 6

    By (author)  Wendy Wren , By (author)  Sarah Lindsay

     

    Develop your learners’ skills in creative writing and writing for a purpose. Introduce your learners to creative writing and writing for a purpose. They’ll write an explanation of how bees make honey and a play script based on their favorite story, helping build their extended writing skills as they progress through the units. Each unit focuses on a different text type such as dialogue, recounts, reports or instructions. Model texts in each chapter show learners good examples of each writing type and specific activities are included to help them practise their grammar. Planning tools and an extended writing task develop learners’ essential skills including editing, checking, planning and creative thinking.

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    • ¬†Paperback |¬†120 pages
    • ¬†219 x 276 x 6mm | 360g
    • ¬†24 May 2019
    • ¬†Cambridge University Press
    • ¬†Cambridge, United Kingdom
    • ¬†English
    • ¬†New edition
    • ¬†New edition
    • ¬†Worked examples or Exercises
    • ¬†1108730655
    • ¬†9781108730655
    • ¬†775,456
  • Cambridge ICT Starters Initial Steps

    Consultant editor  Doug Dickinson , By (author)  Victoria Ellis , By (author)  Sarah Lawrey

     

    Help your students learn essential ICT skills, from Microsoft Office (R) basics to animations and websites. This series brings a fresh approach to ICT for students from 7 to 14 years old, mapped to the Cambridge ICT Starters syllabus for examination from 2019. Initial Steps takes students through working with text, images and graphs while introducing them to email, searching and programming. They’ll use search engines to help them research topics, write a group story using email and begin programming using Scratch. Each activity is clearly introduced, with step-by-step guidance to help learners master new skills. Key words and visual examples support students’ understanding. Download source files for activities from our website.

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    • ¬†Paperback |¬†128 pages
    • ¬†219 x 275 x 6mm | 340g
    • ¬†04 Jan 2019
    • ¬†Cambridge University Press
    • ¬†Cambridge, United Kingdom
    • ¬†English
    • ¬†Revised
    • ¬†4th Revised edition
    • ¬†Worked examples or Exercises
    • ¬†1108463517
    • ¬†9781108463515
    • ¬†65,883
  • Cambridge ICT Starters Next Steps Stage 1

    Consultant editor  Doug Dickinson , By (author)  Victoria Ellis , By (author)  Sarah Lawrey

     

    Help your students learn essential ICT skills, from Microsoft Office (R) basics to animations and websites. This series brings a fresh approach to ICT for students from 7 to 14 years old, mapped to the Cambridge ICT Starters syllabus for examination from 2019. In Next Steps, learners develop their understanding of documents and images. The resource introduces new areas – such as databases, spreadsheets and working with multimedia. Students will create articles and use spreadsheets to plan a school trip. Each activity is clearly introduced, with step-by-step guidance to help learners master new skills. Key words and visual examples support students’ understanding. Download source files for activities from our website.

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    • ¬†Paperback |¬†120 pages
    • ¬†219 x 275 x 6mm | 320g
    • ¬†28 Feb 2019
    • ¬†Cambridge University Press
    • ¬†Cambridge, United Kingdom
    • ¬†English
    • ¬†Revised
    • ¬†4th Revised edition
    • ¬†Worked examples or Exercises
    • ¬†1108463525
    • ¬†9781108463522
    • ¬†65,874
  • Cambridge ICT Starters Next Steps Stage 2

    Consultant editor  Doug Dickinson , By (author)  Victoria Ellis , By (author)  Sarah Lawrey

     

    Help your students learn essential ICT skills, from Microsoft Office (R) basics to animations and websites. This series brings a fresh approach to ICT for students from 7 to 14 years old, mapped to the Cambridge ICT Starters syllabus for examination from 2019. In Next Steps, learners develop their understanding of email and programming. The resource also introduces them to working with multimedia. Students will create a book cover and use programming to design a shop sign. Each activity is clearly introduced, with step-by-step guidance to help learners master new skills. Key words and visual examples support students’ understanding. Download source files for the activities from our website.

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    • ¬†Paperback |¬†112 pages
    • ¬†218 x 275 x 5mm | 300g
    • ¬†29 Mar 2019
    • ¬†Cambridge University Press
    • ¬†Cambridge, United Kingdom
    • ¬†English
    • ¬†Revised
    • ¬†4th Revised edition
    • ¬†Worked examples or Exercises
    • ¬†1108463533
    • ¬†9781108463539
    • ¬†65,878
  • Cambridge ICT Starters On Track Stage 1

    Consultant editor  Doug Dickinson , By (author)  Victoria Ellis , By (author)  Sarah Lawrey

     

    Help your students learn essential ICT skills, from Microsoft Office (R) basics to animations and websites. This series brings a fresh approach to ICT for students from 7 to 14 years old, mapped to the Cambridge ICT Starters syllabus for examination from 2019. On Track builds on the document, multimedia, spreadsheet and database skills learners have developed throughout the series. They’ll use spreadsheets to plan a holiday and create their own database. Each activity is clearly introduced, with step-by-step guidance to help learners master new skills. Key words and visual examples support students’ understanding, while tip boxes provide helpful suggestions. Download source files for the activities from our website.

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    • ¬†Paperback |¬†136 pages
    • ¬†219 x 276 x 7mm | 360g
    • ¬†01 Jul 2019
    • ¬†Cambridge University Press
    • ¬†Cambridge, United Kingdom
    • ¬†English
    • ¬†Revised
    • ¬†4th Revised edition
    • ¬†Worked examples or Exercises
    • ¬†1108463541
    • ¬†9781108463546
    • ¬†380,811
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