Your learners will develop their English skills as they explore different settings for stories and discuss the difference between myths and legends. You'll find a range of international fiction, non-fiction, poetry and drama throughout the book to help learners develop their understanding of different genres and text types. Each unit is packed with activities that cover reading, writing, speaking and listening, as well as opportunities to develop 21st century skills - such as collaboration and critical thinking. Units end with a project, like planning props for a play, to help students communicate confidently and apply their learning to real-world scenarios.
The ‘Getting started’ feature at the start of each session gets your learners thinking and talking about what they already know
Key word boxes introduce learners to key subject specific terms
Skills tips give learners guidance on how to develop the four core skills
‘Language focus’ provides clear, learner-friendly explanations of key grammar and language rules
‘Look what I can do’ statements and ‘Check your progress’ questions help your learners reflect on what they have learnt
Answers for all activities can be found in the accompanying teacher’s resource
You can find audio files in the teacher’s resource or digital learner's book