Teachers all over the world trust Project. This brand-new edition has been improved and updated in direct response to feedback from teachers. The tried and tested methodology, together with the wide range of material presenting real language in real contexts, will inspire a new generation of English learners from the ages of 9-10 years.
Pronunciation differences between British and American English
Both BrE and AmE have many different dialects/accents, but thisdiscussion focuses on standard pronunciation (the speech of educated speakers). The differences between BrE and AmE will be described in terms of4 main categories: vowels, consonants, stress, and non-systematic pronunciation differences.
Big Fun teaches young children English – by listening, imitating and repeating – in the same way that they learn their native language. And they grow confident to speak English on their own.
Starting with basic vocabulary and language, Big Fun teaches children English in the context of eight engaging themes. They learn about math, reading and writing readiness, values and nature as they practice motor skills and have fun doing creative projects.
Business English Magazine 3/2015 Special Edition - Business Travel
BEM is the magazine for all those who speak intermediate level English, but would like to learn Business English as well. The magazine is a very effective tool in language development and contains lots of current information and useful expressions. It teaches in a pleasant way, leaving the reader to choose how intensively they want to focus on the subject. It also contains English vocabulary translated into simpler English and MP3 recordings.
For 30 years, Tech & Learning has served the K-12 education community with practical resources and expert strategies for transforming education through integration of digital technologies. Tech & Learning is often used as a professional development tool to help educators across the board get up to speed with the newest technologies and products in order to best prepare students for the global digital workforce.
Real Life brings English to life and makes learning enjoyable and achievable through practical tasks and evocative topics. Real Life gives students English to talk about issues that are important to their lives. With a light and colourful look and feel, it is more socially oriented with a focus on real people and situations and appeals to average and less motivated students who need a more manageable path to exam success.