Macmillan English

Six-level course combining L1 and L2 language learning methodology

Macmillan English is a 6-level primary course that nurtures non-native learners’ speaking and writing fluency, bringing them on par with native speakers of English in the same age range.

Using participation-based learning such as shared listening and reading exercises, Macmillan English encourages children to work together, which helps build their confidence. Traditional EFL methods are reinforced with phonics and sentence-building activities, giving children who are adapting to English as a second language the tools they need to start mastering it.

Authors

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

Key Features

  • A range of course components, including Language, Practice and Fluency books helps children learn and practise new language in a variety of contexts.
  • The course is perfect for schools working towards the Cambridge International Programme, and is mapped to the Cambridge English Curriculum.
  • A range of games and class activities encourage participation and reinforce lesson work, with assets like posters and flashcards making learning more visual and memorable.
  • The Digital Student’s Book can replace all printed student components, allowing for more interactive, mobile learning.
  • The Teacher’s Presentation Kit includes digital editions of all coursebooks, as well as interactive audio activities and a Test Resource Pack for fast preparation.
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