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Summer went by so fast! And now it's back to the classroom for some fresh ideas and English language inspiration.
As well as some exciting new courses for 2014, we have a range of digital resources and coursebooks that will really help you get back into the flow.
Sometimes you need a few tricks up your sleeve to remotivate the class after a long summer.
We have a bundle of very handy books that will give you a long list of activities to use in the classroom when you're stuck for inspiration.
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Courses on offer: Teaching English Grammar, Blended Learning, Learning Teaching, A to Z of ELT, 500 Activites for the Primary Classroom, 700 Classroom Activities and 400 Ideas for Interactive Whiteboards.
The first day of the year is an exciting time for teachers and students, but also a bit nerve wracking. What's the best way to break the ice?
Onestopenglish has a wealth of resources to help you start the year off with fresh energy and enthusiasm. Including:
Remember back when the blackboard and the pencil case ruled? Before whiteboards and tablets took over?
We’re getting all nostalgic as part of our ‘Back 2 School’ campaign, and we want you to look back with us…
Over the next couple of months – as teachers and students return to their desks – our Twitter, Facebook and Google+ channels will be awash with memories from the days before gizmos and gadgets transformed the classroom.
Look out for our twitter hashtag #Back2School to see what surprises we have in store.
Stay tuned, and remember to join our virtual stroll down memory lane by sending in your pictures and anecdotes too!
We'll be 'hanging out' on Google + with ELT professionals, discussing warm up tips, classroom collaboration and feedback. Join!
Students love using our Readers. Explore the current collection of Macmillan Readers and have a look at our recommended Readers selected to accompany Macmillan courses.
All work and no play isn't the best way to learn English. Improve your language skills in social settings and learn how to communicate informally.
Read our Top Ten Tips for success in the classroom and learn from other professionals in the field.
It's time you brushed up your digital skills. Find out about 10 years of digital at Macmillan and watch our useful YouTube videos for inspiration.
Get ready for the school season with tips, ideas and practical posts from the Blended MEC blog team.
Macmillan Dictionary is bursting with free English language resources to kick off the year. Games, lesson plans, suggested extra reading, you name it.
Every student needs top class reading, writing, listening and speaking skills to succeed at an academic level. Start the school year strong with this comprehensive course.