To help your child develop good behaviour and moral values at an early age - 15 audio storybooks with stories from around the world develop values and entertain your child at the same time. Carefully written, the storybooks improve your child's reading skills and comprehension. - 15 audio CDs with recordings of all the stories help your child with accurate pronunciation while teaching important values.
The Economist is a global weekly magazine written for those who share an uncommon interest in being well and broadly informed. Each issue explores the close links between domestic and international issues, business, politics, finance, current affairs, science, technology and the arts.
Horizons is for secondary school students aged 14-19, and builds confidence in communication by providing clear structures and models.
- Multiple entry points cater for different teaching situations. - Optional Starter unit for real beginners (level 1) or mixed classes (all levels) to revise basics. - Grammar is presented in the context of dialogues, and practised systematically. - Optional lessons with extra language practice. Recorded dialogues from the Student's Book photostory, various listening texts.
This exciting new series of non-fiction readers provides interesting and educational content, with activities and project work. The readers are graded at six levels, suitable for students from age 8 and older. They can support Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL).
Read and discover all about the materials that people use to make products ... How is glass made? What are microchips?
Reach into Backpack and discover a course packed full of exciting activities and bursting with opportunities to learn and use English! Backpack focuses on getting young learners to enjoy communicating in English and takes a highly integrated approach to developing grammar, vocabulary and all four language skills.
The world's foremost expert on the English language takes us on an entertaining and eye-opening tour of the history of our vernacular through the ages. In The Story of English in 100 Words, an entertaining history of the world’s most ubiquitous language, David Crystal draws on one hundred words that best illustrate the huge variety of sources, influences and events that have helped to shape our vernacular since the first definitively English word—‘roe’—was written down on the femur of a roe deer in the fifth century.