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Schools: Primary ............................................... 8


Schools: Secondary ........................................ 14
Adult ............................................................... 21
Academic Skills ............................................... 30

Key to symbols
American English

Cambridge English Corpus (see page 4)

English for Academic Purposes ...................... 32

English Profile (see page 4)

Professional and Vocational ............................ 36


TOEIC and TOEFL Preparation .................... 41
Exams ............................................................. 42
Dictionaries ..................................................... 57

Online

Online Workbook

eBook

App

Classware

Grammar / Vocabulary / Pronunciation ........... 59


Readers .......................................................... 66

For information about ELT software please


visit www.cambridge.org/elt/support

Skills .............................................................. 70

Blended Learning

Teacher Training, Professional Development


and Research

Please see page 83 for information


about titles that are suitable for ESOL
and EAL classes in the UK or Ireland

Practical ...................................................... 71
Courses for Teachers .................................. 73
Reference and Research ............................. 74

These titles are also available in the


English360 blended learning platform

eSample available
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eSample available online

Assessment ................................................ 76
International Exams / English Resources
IGCSE ........................................................... 77
Author and Title Index ..................................... 78
Agents and Stockists ..................................... 81

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A vocabulary, reading
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Michael McCarthy

APP

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British English

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Schools: Primary

Exams

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Cambridge English Proficiency 2
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Grammar and Beyond Online Workbook.......... 63

Vocabulary
English Vocabulary in Use Advanced
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Readers
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Interactive Readers....................................... 66

Compact Advanced.......................................... 44

Teacher Training, Professional


Development and Research

Touchstone Second edition Levels 14............ 26

Complete Advanced Second edition................ 46

Key Issues in Language Teaching..................... 73

Viewpoint Level 2.............................................. 27

Complete First Second edition......................... 46

Ventures Second edition................................... 29

Complete First for Schools............................... 46

Approaches and Methods in Language


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English Unlimited Combos


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Academic Skills
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English for Academic Purposes

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Complete Key for Schools


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Objective First Third edition
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Language Learning with Digital Video.............. 72

Cambridge Language Teaching Library

Cambridge Academic English eBooks


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Objective First Fourth edition............................ 45

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Objective Key Presentation Plus....................... 45

Cambridge Applied Linguistics

In Focus Levels 13.......................................... 32

The Official Cambridge Guide to IELTS............ 49

Academic Encounters Second edition


Level 1 and 2................................................ 33

TOEFL

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Second edition.............................................. 74

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Test Fourth edition Book with
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IntermediateHigh Intermediate.................... 34

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Narrative Research in Applied Linguistics........ 74

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Testing Reading Through Summary.................. 76

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representative.

Courses for schools

Use this chart to choose the course which best fits your
students needs.

levels
levels

CEFR
level

Cambridge Courses

Cambridge Exams

Hippo and Friends


Claire Selby with Lesley McKnight
Complete Beginner

Advanced

C1

English in Mind Level 5 (p18)

B2

English in Mind Level 4 (p18)


Interactive Level 4 (p17)

First (for Schools)

English in Mind Levels 2 & 3 (p18)


Interactive Levels 2 & 3 (p17)
Messages Levels 3 & 4 (p16)
MORE! Levels 3 & 4 (p15)
Super Minds Level 6 (p9)

Preliminary (for Schools)

B1

A2
(Secondary)

English in Mind Level 1 (p18)


Interactive Level 1 (p17)
Messages Levels 2 & 3 (p16)
Your Space Levels 2 & 3 (p14)
MORE! Levels 2 & 3 (p15)

Key (for Schools)

A popular pre-school course for


35 year-olds
ff A gentle introduction to English
ff 60 teaching hours, extendable to 80 hours
Hippo and her friends Monkey, Dog and Cat
are sure to charm children and teachers alike as
they introduce English through lively songs and
beautifully illustrated stories.
With actions and activities to continually reinforce
new language, Hippo and her friends give an
introduction to the culture of English-speaking
countries, as well as teaching children how to
share and help others.
Full-colour Teachers Books contain step-bystep lesson plans, with plenty of ideas for extra
activities, along with useful hints about classroom
management techniques.
This course appeals to different ability levels with
extra components such as the Hippo Puppet,
Flashcards and Story Posters.

www.cambridge.org/elt/hippo

A2
(Primary)

A1

Kids Box Levels 5 & 6* (p10)


Super Minds Level 5 (p9)
Primary Colours Level 5 (p11)

English in Mind Level Starter (p18)


Kids Box Levels 3 & 4* (p10)
Super Minds Levels 3 & 4 (p9)
English Ladder Level 4 (p10)
Your Space Level 1 (p14)
Playway Levels 3 & 4 (p12)
Primary Colours Levels 3 & 4 (p11)
Messages Level 1 (p16)
MORE! Level 1 (p15)

Flyers

Starter

Pupils Book
Teachers Book
Audio CD
Flashcards (pack of 41)
Story Posters (pack of 6)
Photocopiable Extras

978-0-521-68004-2
978-0-521-68005-9
978-0-521-68006-6
978-0-521-68007-3
978-0-521-68008-0
978-0-521-68009-7

Pupils Book
Teachers Book
Audio CD
Flashcards (pack of 64)
Story Posters (pack of 9)
Photocopiable Extras

978-0-521-68010-3
978-0-521-68011-0
978-0-521-68012-7
978-0-521-68013-4
978-0-521-68014-1
978-0-521-68015-8

Pupils Book
Teachers Book
Audio CD
Flashcards (pack of 64)
Story Posters (pack of 9)
Photocopiable Extras

978-0-521-68016-5
978-0-521-68017-2
978-0-521-68018-9
978-0-521-68019-6
978-0-521-68020-2
978-0-521-68021-9

Hippo Puppet

978-0-521-68022-6

Level 1

Movers

Level 2

All Levels

Pre-A1

Kids Box Levels 1 & 2* (p10)


Super Minds Levels Starter, 1 & 2 (p9)
English Ladder Levels 1, 2 & 3 (p10)
Playway Levels 1 & 2 (p12)
Primary Colours Levels Starter, 1 & 2 (p11)
Hippo and Friends Levels Starter, 1 & 2 (p8)

* = specific exam preparation

Starters

In Spain Hippo and Friends is produced and


distributed in association with Ediciones SM.
Please contact Ediciones SM for details:

www.cambridge-sm.net

Schools: Primary

St
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Starter

sss Karen Saxby

ISBN 978 0521 00705 4

ISBN 978 0521 18810 4

Starters

Single

Anna Wieczorek

ISBN 978 0521 13723 2

ISBN 978 0521 51574 0

Classroo
version

An interactive picture dictionary


for young learners of English

ISBN 978 0521 17583 8

Super Minds Level

CEFR Level

Cambridge ESOL exams

Level 6

A2 B1

Towards Preliminary for Schools

Level 5

A2

Flyers / Key for Schools

A1

Movers

Level 4

St
u

Level 3

Level 2

Level 1

ISBN 978 0521 13739 3

Starters

ISBN 978 0521 17587 6

ISBN 978 0521 74856 8

Super Minds
Herbert Puchta, Gnter Gerngross and
Peter Lewis-Jones

ISBN 978 0521 13714 0

ISBN 978 0521 18810 4

ISBN 978 0521 73180 5

CMYK

Cambridge ESOL exams

A2+

Key for Schools

Level 5

A2

Flyers

St
u

A1

Level 3

Level 2

Level 1

Level 3
Students Book with DVD-ROM
Workbook
Teachers Book
Class Audio CDs
Teachers Resource Book
Classware and
with Audio CD
Interactive DVD-ROM

Movers
Starters

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Starter

ISBN 978 0 521 13714 0

ISBN 978 0 521 51574 0

St
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He
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Lew
ta
Gnter Gerngross Peter

ISBN 978 0 521 17583 8

Students Book 6
Are you ready to
become one of the Super Minds?

Develop language creatively with activities like


role play and project work
Focus on functional language with communicative activities
Explore social values through the stories and fascinating
cross-curricular sections

This fabulous Students Book with DVD-ROM features


documentaries, interactive games, lively songs with
karaoke versions and fun videokes that allow students
to record themselves and play different roles.

FREE extra resources can be downloaded from


www.cambridge.org/elt/superminds
Super Minds Level

CEFR Level

Cambridge ESOL exams

Level 6

A2 B1

Towards Preliminary for Schools

Level 5

A2

Flyers / Key for Schools

A1

Movers

tu

Level 4
Level 3

de

Level 2

Level 1

Starters

Level 6
Students Book with DVD-ROM
Workbook
Teachers Book
Class Audio CDs
Teachers Resource Book
Classware and
with Audio CD
Interactive DVD-ROM

ts
He
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Book 5
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is-J
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Lew
ta
Gnter Gerngross Peter
Starter

ISBN 978 0521 13748 5

ISBN 978 0521 17587 6

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ISBN 978 0521 74856 8

Communicative activities develop language creativity

Nominated
British Council
ELTons Awards
2013

levels

Students Book with DVD-ROM


Workbook
Class Audio CDs
Teachers Book
Flashcards
Teachers Resource Book
Classware and
with Audio CD
Interactive DVD-ROM

s s s Karen Saxby

Level 5
Students Book with DVD-ROM
Workbook
Teachers Book
Class Audio CDs
Teachers Resource Book
Classware and
with Audio CD
Interactive DVD-ROM

ent
He
rbe
s Book 4
es
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on
is-J
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Lew
ta
Gnter Gerngross Peter
Starter

Movers
Starters

Ofcial preparation material for Cambridge English: Starters,


also known as Young Learners English: Starters

CMYK

CMYK

Develop language creatively with activities like role play


and project work
Focus on functional language with communication activities
Explore social values through the stories and fascinating
cross-curricular sections

FREE extra resources can be downloaded from


www.cambridge.org/elt/superminds

Level 4
Students Book with DVD-ROM
Workbook
Teachers Book
Class Audio CDs
Teachers Resource Book
Classware and
with Audio CD
Interactive DVD-ROM

Starter

Starter

CEFR Level

Level 6
Level 4

Level 2
Level 1

A1

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He
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Includes FREE
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stickers and
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Gnter Gerngrocutssouts!Peter

FREE extra resources can be downloaded from


om
www.cambridge.org/elt/superminds

Super Minds Level

SUPER MINDS STUDENTS BOOK

Movers

St
u

Level 3

Level 2

Level 1

Level 2

PUCHTA GERNGROSS LEWIS-JONES

Flyers

A1

Flyers

Key for Schools

A2

Level 3

Key for Schools

A2

SUPER MINDS STUDENTS BOOK

Cambridge ESOL exams

A2+

Level 5

Cambridge ESOL exams

A2+

Level 5

Develop language with creative activities including


role play and project work
Explore social values with lively stories
Encourage cross-curricular thinking with fascinating
English for school sections

The fabulous Students Book DVD-ROM features animated


ongs with
stories, interactive games and activities, lively songs
karaoke versions, and fun activities focusing on the
nit.
key vocabulary and grammar of each unit.

This exciting seven-level course, from a highly


experienced author team, enhances your students
thinking skills, improving their memory along
with their English.

This fabulous Students Book with DVD-ROM features


documentaries, interactive games, lively songs with
karaoke versions and fun videokes that allow students
to record themselves and play different roles.

FREE extra resources can be downloaded from


om
www.cambridge.org/elt/superminds
CEFR Level

Level 6

CEF Level

Level 6
Level 4

PUCHTA GERNGROSS LEWIS-JONES

Students Book 5
Are you ready to
become one of the Super Minds?

SUPER MINDS STUDENTS BOOK

Develop language with creative activities including


role play and project work
Explore social values with lively stories
Encourage cross-curricular thinking with fascinating
English for school sections

Level 4

ISBN 978 0521 73180 5

FREE extra resources can be downloaded from


www.cambridge.org/elt/superminds
Super Minds Level

This exciting seven-level course, from a highly


experienced author team, enhances your students
thinking skills, improving their memory along
with their English.

The fabulous Students Book DVD-ROM features animated


stories, interactive games and activities, lively
y songs
with karaoke versions, and fun activities focusing
sing on
the key vocabulary and grammar of each unit.

Super Minds Level

Students Book with DVD-ROM


Workbook
Class Audio CDs
Teachers Book
Flashcards
Teachers Resource Book
Classware and
with Audio CD
Interactive DVD-ROM

Ofcial preparation material for Cambridge English: Starters,


also known as Young Learners English: Starters

This exciting seven-level course, from a highly


experienced author team, enhances your students
thinking skills, improving their memory along
with their English.

ISBN 13: 9780521222181 SUPER MINDS STUDENTS BOOK 4

Movers
Starters

ent
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on
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Includes FREE
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stickers and
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Gnter Gerngrcut
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PUCHTA GERNGROSS LEWIS-JONES

Students Book 4
Are you ready to
become one of the Super Minds?

A1

Level 3

Level 2

Level 1

Level 1

ISBN 13: 9780521221689 SUPER MINDS STUDENTS BOOK 3

ISBN 978 0521 51574 0

Flyers

ISBN 13: 9780521223874 SUPER MINDS STUDENTS BOOK 6

ISBN 978 0521 00658 3

Key for Schools

A2

CMYK

CMYK

Class Audio CDs


Flashcards
Classware and
Interactive DVD-ROM

Includes FREE
stickers and
cut outs!

Cambridge ESOL exams

A2+

Level 5

ISBN 13: 9780521148597 SUPER MINDS STUDENTS BOOK 2

Starter
Students Book with DVD-ROM
Workbook
Teachers Book
Teachers Resource Book

ISBN 13: 9780521148559 SUPER MINDS STUDENTS BOOK 1

CMYK
ISBN 13: 9780521148528 SUPER MINDS STUDENTS BOOK STARTER

Movers
Starters

Starter

CEF Level

Level 6
Level 4

The fabulous Students Book DVD-ROM features


animated stories, interactive games and activities,
lively songs with karaoke versions, and fun
activities focusing on the key vocabulary
and grammar of each unit.

SUPER MINDS STUDENTS BOOK

A1

Level 3
Level 2
Level 1

FREE extra resources can be downloaded from


www.cambridge.org/elt/superminds
Super Minds Level

PUCHTA GERNGROSS LEWIS-JONES

Flyers

The fabulous DVD-ROM features animated stories,


interactive games and activities, lively songs with
karaoke versions, and fun activities focusing on the
key vocabulary and grammar of each unit.

SUPER MINDS STUDENTS BOOK

Key for Schools

A2

Develop creativity with visualisation exercises and


art and craft activities
Explore social values with lively stories
Encourage cross-curricular thinking with fascinating
English for school sections

STUDENTS BOOK

Cambridge ESOL exams

A2+

Level 5

SUPER MINDS

FREE extra resources can be downloaded from


www.cambridge.org/elt/superminds
CEF Level

Level 6

Students Book 3
Are you ready to
become one of the Super Minds?
This exciting seven-level course, from a highly
experienced author team, enhances your students
thinking skills, improving their memory along
with their English.

This exciting seven-level course, from a highly


experienced author team, enhances your students
thinking skills, improving their memory along
with their English.

Develop creativity with visualisation exercises and


art and craft activities
Explore social values with lively stories
Encourage cross-curricular thinking with fascinating
English for school sections

SUPER MINDS STUDENTS BOOK STARTER

Develop creativity with visualisation exercises and


art and craft activities
Explore social values with lively stories
Encourage cross-curricular thinking with fascinating
English for school sections

Level 4

Students Book 2
Are you ready to
become one of the Super Minds?

This exciting seven-level course, from a highly


experienced author team, enhances your students
thinking skills, improving their memory along
with their English.

The fabulous Students Book DVD-ROM features animated


stories, interactive games and activities, lively
songs with karaoke versions, and fun
activities focusing on the key vocabulary
and grammar of each unit.

Super Minds Level

LEWIS-JONES

Students Book 1
Are you ready to
become one of the Super Minds?

PUCHTA GERNGROSS LEWIS-JONES

PUCHTA GERNGROSS

PUCHTA GERNGROSS LEWIS-JONES

Students Book
Starter

Are you ready to


A
t
become one of the Super Minds??

This exciting seven-level course, from a highly


hly
experienced author team, enhances your students
thinking skills, improving their memory along
with their English.

Excellence in Course
Innovation

COMPLETE BEGINNER TO PRE-INTERMEDIATE


ff 200 teaching hours, extendable to 320 hours
Written by a highly respected author team, Super Minds has been carefully
crafted to help your students achieve their full potential.

The course methodically enhances your students thinking skills, training their
memory and improving their concentration

Lively stories give children the opportunity to explore social values


Language is developed creatively through the levels with activities such as role
play and project work

Two-page CLIL sections encourage students to apply English to the world


Engaging characters accompany learners on their journey, each with special
super powers. As the students grow, so do the characters, and new faces are
introduced every two levels.

www.cambridge.org/elt/superminds

Digital

You

The fabulous DVD-ROM, included in the Students Book, features

Super Minds Student's Book 3

around them

interactive games and activities including animations of stories from


the Students Book (Starter to Level 4) or documentaries (Levels 5 and
6), video-based activities, lively songs (with karaoke versions), and fun
activities focusing on the key vocabulary and grammar of each unit.

eSample available

www.cambridge.org/elt/superminds

Available in American English

The Classware comprises both the Students Book and an


interactive DVD

Visit: www.cambridge.org/elt/
superminds/ame

www.cambridge.org/elt/superminds

For more information about our digital products see page 6

See also
Teaching Young Learners to Think
Page 13

Super Minds

Starter

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Level 6

Students Book with DVD-ROM


Workbook
Teachers Book
Teachers Resource Book with Audio CD*
Class Audio CDs (3)
Flashcards (78)**
Classware CD-ROM and Interactive DVD-ROM

978-0-521-14852-8
978-0-521-14853-5
978-0-521-21433-9
978-1-107-64013-9
978-0-521-21434-6
978-0-521-22163-4
978-0-521-14854-2

978-0-521-14855-9
978-0-521-14857-3
978-0-521-22061-3
978-1-107-66604-7
978-0-521-22136-8
978-0-521-22026-2
978-0-521-14858-0

978-0-521-14859-7
978-0-521-14860-3
978-0-521-21957-0
978-1-107-68367-9
978-1-107-67406-6
978-0-521-21941-9
978-0-521-14861-0

978-0-521-22168-9
978-0-521-22169-6
978-0-521-21927-3
978-1-107-63396-4
978-0-521-21973-0

978-0-521-22184-9

978-0-521-22218-1
978-0-521-22238-9
978-0-521-21750-7
978-1-107-69376-0
978-0-521-21751-4

978-0-521-22308-9

978-0-521-22335-5
978-0-521-22375-1
978-0-521-21616-6
978-1-107-65949-0
978-0-521-21624-1

978-0-521-22376-8

978-0-521-22387-4
978-0-521-22398-0
978-0-521-21518-3
978-1-107-67749-4
978-0-521-21587-9

978-0-521-22412-3

*Teachers Resource Book Starter Level is not accompanied by an Audio CD


**Flashcards (103) for Levels 1 and 2

Schools: Primary

new!

Nominated
British Council
ELTons Awards
2009
For Interactive DVD

Second
edition

levels
levels

The English Ladder


Susan House, Katharine Scott and
Paul House
BEGINNER TO LOW-ELEMENTARY
ff 70 teaching hours, extendable
to 150 hours
Help your pupils take their first steps in English
with Freddie the frog and the Fantastic family.

Pupils language skills are developed through

lively stories that can be acted out, valuable


phonics practice, songs, tongue twisters, games
and communication activities

The course grows with your pupils, switching

from a story-based approach in Levels 1 and 2


to a topic focus in Levels 3 and 4

The stories teach a values syllabus, introducing

essential social concepts such as making friends

A CLIL feature in every unit focuses on core

subjects such as science and maths, extending


the pupils interaction with English

Tests for the end of each unit and each level are
available online along with worksheets for every
unit, printable puppets and masks.

www.cambridge.org/elt/englishladder

Level 1
Pupil's Book
Activity Book with Songs Audio CD
Teacher's Book
Audio CDs (2)
Flashcards (pack of 100)
Story Cards (pack of 66)
Level 2
Pupil's Book
Activity Book with Songs Audio CD
Teacher's Book
Audio CDs (2)
Flashcards (pack of 101)
Story Cards (pack of 71)
Level 3
Pupil's Book
Activity Book with Songs Audio CD
Teacher's Book
Audio CDs (3)
Flashcards (pack of 104)
Level 4
Pupil's Book
Activity Book with Songs Audio CD
Teacher's Book
Audio CDs (3)
Flashcards (pack of 100)

978-1-107-40062-7
978-1-107-40063-4
978-1-107-40064-1
978-1-107-40065-8
978-1-107-40066-5
978-1-107-40067-2
978-1-107-40068-9
978-1-107-40069-6
978-1-107-40070-2
978-1-107-40071-9
978-1-107-40072-6
978-1-107-40073-3
978-1-107-40074-0
978-1-107-40075-7
978-1-107-40076-4
978-1-107-40077-1
978-1-107-40078-8
978-1-107-40079-5
978-1-107-40080-1
978-1-107-40081-8
978-1-107-40082-5
978-1-107-40083-2

levels

Kids Box
Second edition
Caroline Nixon and Michael
Tomlinson
Complete Beginner to high Elementary

The fun course for seriously good


results!
ff Suitable for YLE preparation
ff 100 teaching hours, extendable to 250
hours
Loved by children and teachers the world over,
Kids Box is bursting with bright ideas to inspire
you and your pupils. Perfect for general use, it
also fully covers the Cambridge Young Learners
English (YLE) tests syllabus, preparing students
for success at Starters, Movers and Flyers.
NEW in the Second edition:

Digital Classroom Pack with interactive


whiteboard tools, interactive learning
resources and online teacher training

Online activities for every unit work can be


tracked and reviewed in the online learning
environment

CLIL sections build on childrens knowledge

of other subjects through English and Values


pages develop their social awareness

Phonics sections improve reading, spelling


and pronunciation skills

Starter level provides extra pre-literacy


support

Montys Alphabet Book can be used to


supplement Kids Box or with any course
at this level to help children recognise and
practise the Roman alphabet.

www.cambridge.org/elt/kidsbox

10

Digital

You

For learners

Online activities (levels 1-6) reinforce


essential language points

Online work can be tracked by the teacher


using the LMS

CD-ROM activities accompany the Starter


level Class Book

The award-nominated Interactive DVD

reinforces language in a fun and memorable


way with animations, songs and games

For teachers
Find all your digital resources for computer and
tablet on the Digital Classroom Pack:
Interactive Whiteboard tools, interactive
student materials, extra teaching resources
Paper free planning with the digital
Teachers Book and Teachers Resource
Book
Full multi-media library including video and
audio content for each level
Link to the online LMS to track pupils
progress
Develop your skills with online teacher
training
Prepare students for YLE and track their
progress with Tests CD-ROMs:
general English and YLE-based tests
customisable unit tests
review and end-of-level tests
answer keys and audio for listening

www.cambridge.org/elt/kidsbox
For more information about our digital
products see page 6

Schools: Primary
Level 1

978-1-107-61757-5
978-1-107-68940-4
978-1-107-63625-5
978-1-107-64752-7
978-1-107-67239-0
978-1-107-68826-1
978-1-107-64976-7
978-1-107-66588-0
978-1-107-69823-9
978-1-107-62124-4

Level 2

978-1-107-64497-7
978-1-107-67161-4
978-1-107-66840-9
978-1-107-64304-8
978-1-107-68082-1
978-1-107-68044-9
978-1-107-67499-8
978-1-107-63540-1
978-1-107-65744-1
978-1-107-62900-4

Tests CD-ROM and Audio CD


Monty's Alphabet Book

Levels 1 & 2
978-1-107-65891-2
978-1-107-65840-0

Levels 3 & 4
978-1-107-61806-0

Levels 5 & 6
978-1-107-68132-3

Pupil's Book
Activity Book with Online Resources
Teacher's Book
Class Audio CDs
Teacher's Resource Book with Online Audio
Flashcards
Language Portfolio
Interactive DVD (NTSC) with Teacher's Booklet
Digital Classroom Pack
Posters
*Available Summer 2014
** Available January 2015

Kid's Box First edition


Pupils Book
Activity Book
Activity Book with CD-ROM
Teachers Book
Teachers Resource Pack with Audio CD
Audio CDs (3)*
Flashcards (pack of 72)
Posters (12)**
Language Portfolio
Interactive DVD (PAL) with Teachers Booklet
Interactive DVD (NTSC) with Teachers Booklet
Classware CD-ROM
Montys Alphabet Book
Tests CD-ROM and Audio CD
Pupils Book
Activity Book
Activity Book with CD-ROM
Teachers Book
Teachers Resource Pack with Audio CD
Audio CDs (3)
Posters (8)
Language Portfolio
Interactive DVD (PAL) with Teachers Booklet
Interactive DVD (NTSC) with Teachers Booklet
Classware CD-ROM
Online Activity Book
Tests CD-ROM and Audio CD

Level 3*
978-1-107-65450-1
978-1-107-64400-7
978-1-107-65248-4
978-1-107-65464-8
978-1-107-66647-4

978-1-107-64380-2
978-1-107-69691-4

978-1-107-61895-4

Level 4*
978-1-107-65685-7
978-1-107-66146-2
978-1-107-62905-9
978-1-107-66711-2
978-1-107-65849-3

978-1-107-65461-7
978-1-107-65564-5

978-1-107-67281-9

Level 5**
978-1-107-62891-5
978-1-107-69911-3
978-1-107-66921-5
978-1-107-67521-6
978-1-107-62962-2

978-1-107-65724-3
978-1-107-66372-5

978-1-107-65541-6

Level 6**
978-1-107-66983-3
978-1-107-63615-6
978-1-107-65463-1
978-1-107-64502-8
978-1-107-66629-0

978-1-107-63229-5
978-1-107-66995-6

978-1-107-69368-5

Primary
Colours

Primary Colours is a course for very young learners of English.


Stories, songs, puzzles and games make Primary Colours
fun, dynamic and involving.
The course encourages children to think about the world
around them.
Regular revision pages reinforce what has been learned.
The Teacher's Book offers step-by-step guidance and includes
a bank of extra materials which provide busy teachers with
great flexibility.

Diana Hicks and


Andrew Littlejohn
The Starter Level is for children in the early stages of literacy.
The focus is on speaking and listening skills with some letter
and word recognition towards the end of the book.

www.cambridge.org

Complete Beginner to
High Elementary
ff Strong focus on cognitive development
ff 60 teaching hours, extendable to 80 hours
Primary Colours gets your pupils thinking, making
and doing things for themselves, right from the
start. Motivating craft activities and project work
give tangible evidence of their accomplishments,
while engaging characters along with
adventurous stories, lively songs, puzzles and
games keep enthusiasm levels high.
Carefully chosen topics encourage children to think
about the world around them and, at higher levels,
are linked to other subject areas in the school
curriculum.

www.cambridge.org/elt/primarycolours
Starter

Level 1
978-0-521-68801-7
978-0-521-68802-4
978-0-521-13190-2
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levels

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At last an innovative way to build childrens vocabulary


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Anna Wieczorek with Garan Holcombe


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With animated stories, songs, printable worksheets and


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ISBN 9780521731805 i-Dictonary Single Classroom version COVER CMYK

tions encourage pupils to use


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ook:

Gnter Gerngross
Herbert Puchta

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Join Us for English

Second edition

ish Second edition is a new


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hildren. Pupils acquire English
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and all spellings and pronunciation are given in both British and American English.

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Nominated
British Council
ELTons Awards
2010

Primary i-Box
Caroline Nixon and Michael Tomlinson
low beginner to high elementary

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CD-ROM (Single classroom)
CD-ROM (Up to 10 classrooms)
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Primary i-Box
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*not available with the Home user version
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1 (Starters)
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Schools: Primary
Factbooks: Why is it so?

The books help develop childrens reading and


research skills whilst also engaging them in the
world around them. Suitable for general English
and bilingual education classes.

levels
levels

Cambridge Young
Readers
Consultant editor: Jean Glasberg

REES: WHY DO RAINDROPS FALL?

CVR

Storybooks

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Why
Do
Raindrops
Fall?

Why is the sea salty?


Why do boats float?
Why do I feel thirsty?
You can find the answers to these
and other questions about water in
Why Do Raindrops Fall?

Peter R

For teaching notes, please go to:


www.cambridge.org/elt/youngreaders

Cambridge
ESOL exams

CEF level
A1

Why is it so? level 3

A2

Why is it so? level 5

ee s

IS IT

Sc

Movers

S O?

These delightful storybooks with original stories


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Why
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Raindrops
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W HY

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COMPLETE BEGINNER TO HIGH ELEMENTARY

ience

Why is it so? level 4

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Storybooks Level 1
Afloat in a Boat: Brown & Ruttle
Blowing Bubbles: Juliet Partridge
Dirty Dog: Bill Graham
Fishy Numbers: Rosemary Davidson
Five Green Monsters: Juliet Partridge
Four Scary Monsters: Juliet Partridge
Hickory, Dickory, Dock: Brown & Ruttle
Incy Wincy Spider: Brown & Ruttle
Looking for Dragons: Brown & Ruttle
My Dogs Party: Bill Graham
My Pet: Bill Graham
One Teddy Bear All Alone: Rosemary Davidson
Thats Me!: Juliet Partridge
The Picnic: Juliet Partridge
Three Spotty Monsters: Juliet Partridge
Walking in the Jungle: Brown & Ruttle
Whats in the Box?: Bill Graham
Wheres Woolly?: Bill Graham
Teachers Book
Audio CD

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978-0-521-00669-9
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Storybooks Level 2
Bad Boy, Billy!: Gerald Rose
Billys Box: John Prater
Dans Box: John Prater
Everyone is Reading: Juliet Partridge
Here Comes Everyone: Tony Bradman
Lucys Box: John Prater
Not Yet, Nathan!: Sue Perry & Jane Rose
Please, Miss Miller!: Tony Bradman
Rhyming Riddles: Marjorie Craggs
The Clever Tortoise: Gerald Rose
The Gingerbread Man: Gerald Rose
The Lion and the Mouse: Gerald Rose
The Moonlit Owl: Richard Brown
The Raven and the Fox: Gerald Rose
The Tortoise and the Hare: Gerald Rose
This is the Register: Tony Bradman
Waynes Box: John Prater
Whats the Time?: Tony Bradman
Teachers Book
Audio CD

978-0-521-75209-1
978-0-521-75253-4
978-0-521-00713-9
978-0-521-75205-3
978-0-521-75213-8
978-0-521-00710-8
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978-0-521-75251-0
978-0-521-00716-0
978-0-521-54906-6
978-0-521-54908-0

Flyers

Why is it so? level 6

Storybooks Level 3
Apples!: June Crebbin
Bens Amazing Birthday: Richard Brown
Dad Goes Fishing: Gerald Rose
Dancing to the River: Grace Hallworth
Nibbles: June Crebbin
Nishals Box: John Prater
Please Sit Still: June Crebbin
Sams Caf: Gerald Rose
Sleep Tight: Grace Hallworth
The Animal Wrestlers: Joanna Troughton
The Chinese New Year: Joanna Troughton
The Flying Football: June Crebbin
The Lion and the Mouse (Play): Gerald Rose
The Little Red Hen (Play): Gerald Rose
The Story of Running Water (Play):
Joanna Troughton
Well Done, Sam!: Tony Bradman
Were Going on a Picnic: Gerald Rose
Whos Stealing the Fish?: Gerald Rose
Teachers Book
Audio CDs (2)

978-0-521-75239-8
978-0-521-75259-6
978-0-521-75221-3
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978-0-521-75215-2
978-0-521-75227-5
978-0-521-75229-9
978-0-521-54909-7
978-0-521-54911-0

Storybooks Level 4
A Cat for Tom: June Crebbin
A Welsh Lamb: Richard Brown
Coyote Girl: Rosalind Kerven
Coyote Girl (Play): Rosalind Kerven
Snow in the Kitchen: Richard Brown
The Amazing Mr Mulch: Rosemary Hayes
The Big Shrink (Play): Rosemary Hayes
The Cape of Rushes: Antonia Barber
The Dog Show: June Crebbin
The Lord Mount Dragon: Keith Ruttle
The Magic Sword: Rosemary Hayes
The Peace Ring: Rosemary Hayes
The Pyjama Party: June Crebbin
The Pyjama Party (Play): June Crebbin
The Slippery Planet: Rosemary Hayes
The Special Cake: June Crebbin
The Watch by the Sea: Richard Brown
The Weather Drum: Rosalind Kerven
Teachers Book
Audio CDs (2)

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978-0-521-67482-9
978-0-521-67485-0
978-0-521-67483-6
978-0-521-67480-5
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978-0-521-67472-0
978-0-521-67481-2
978-0-521-67484-3
978-0-521-67491-1
978-0-521-67489-8

Factbooks Level 3
Why Does Water Freeze?
Why Do Raindrops Fall?
Why Do Leaves Change Colour?
Why Do Bridges Arch?
Why Do Crocodiles Snap?
Factbooks Level 4
Why Do Swings Swing?
Why Do Magnets Attract?
Why Do The Stars Shine?
Why Do Spiders Live in Webs?
Why Do Volcanoes Erupt?
Factbooks Levels 3 and 4
Factbook Audio CDs (2)

978-0-521-13712-6
978-0-521-13714-0
978-0-521-137-157
978-0-521-13717-1
978-0-521-13718-8
978-0-521-13720-1
978-0-521-13721-8
978-0-521-13723-2
978-0-521-13725-6
978-0-521-13838-3
978-0-521-13749-2

Factbooks Level 5
Why Do Shadows Change?
Why Is It So Loud?
Why Does Thunder Clap?
Why Do Monkeys Chatter?
Why Do Diamonds Glitter?
Factbooks Level 6
Why Does My Heart Pump?
Why Do Glaciers Move?
Why Do Balls Bounce?
Why Does It Fly?
Why Does Electricity Flow?
Factbooks Levels 5 and 6
Factbook Audio CDs (2)

978-0-521-13731-7
978-0-521-13733-1
978-0-521-13737-9
978-0-521-13739-3
978-0-521-13740-9
978-0-521-13742-3
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978-0-521-13748-5
978-0-521-13752-2

Also Available
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Teaching Young Learners to Think


Paperback 978-1-107-63852-5

Get on Stage!

Teachers Book with Audio CD


and DVD-ROM

978-1-107-63775-7

Grammar Songs & Raps

Paperback 978-1-107-62518-1

Cambridge Alphabet Book

Paperback 978-0-521-01024-5

See also
Cambridge Copy Collection: Younger
Learners
Page 71

13

Schools: Secondary
3

Web Zone available online

Key Features:
10 units, featuring topics of interest to young teens
A 10-page Welcome section for students reviews and reinforces basic language
knowledge
Students are encouraged to notice new language in context, then are given clear
guidance to its use
Illustrated 'Your words' sections, informed by the Cambridge English Corpus,
bring vocabulary to life
'Get it right' sections informed by the Cambridge Learner Corpus help students
tackle problem areas common to learners of their level
Web resources provide games and practice activities to consolidate learning
Students are provided with strategies to help them become autonomous learners
A graphic story at the back of the book provides extra reading practice
The course includes:
Students Book
Workbook with Audio CD
Teachers Book with Tests CD
Class Audio CDs
Classware DVD-ROM
DVD (Levels 13)
Web Zone: http://yourspace.cambridge.org

CEFR level:

Cambridge ESOL exams:

B1

Preliminary (PET)
Your Space 3

A2

Key (KET)
Your Space 2

A1

Your Space is a new three-level course with a positive and practical approach
to learning English. The course presents language step by step through
stimulating contexts, follows up with language analysis and then gives students
the space to personalise that language by describing their own world. It
creates an interface between the familiar world of pre- to early teens and the
Your
Space
exciting and challenging experiences of the wider world.
Student's Book 3

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The Student's Book provides approximately 80-90 hours of core teaching material,
which can be extended to 150 hours using the 'real-world' DVD, interactive web
resources and extra ideas in the Teacher's Book.
Key Features:

10 units, featuring topics of interest to young teens

Key language from the previous level is reviewed in early units to consolidate
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Get it right! sections informed by the Cambridge Learner Corpus help students

Students are encouraged to notice new language in context, then are given clear
guidance to its use
Illustrated 'Your words' sections, informed by the Cambridge English Corpus,
bring vocabulary to life
'Get it right' sections informed by the Cambridge Learner Corpus help students
tackle problem areas common to learners of their level

Key Features:

Student's Book

10 units, featuring topics of interest to young teens

Key language from the previous level is reviewed in early units to consolidate
learning
Students are encouraged to notice new language in context, then are given clear
guidance to its use
Illustrated 'Your words' sections, informed by the Cambridge English Corpus,
bring vocabulary to life
'Get it right' sections informed by the Cambridge Learner Corpus help students
tackle problem areas common to learners of their level

Space

Student's Book

Web resources provide games and practice activities to consolidate learning


Students are provided with strategies to help them become autonomous learners
A graphic story at the back of the book provides extra reading practice
The course includes:
Students Book
Workbook with Audio CD
Teachers Book with Tests CD
Class Audio CDs
Classware DVD-ROM
DVD (Levels 13)
Web Zone: http://yourspace.cambridge.org

CEFR level:

Cambridge ESOL exams:

B1

Preliminary (PET)
Your Space 3

A2

Key (KET)
Your Space 2

A1

Your Space 1

ISBN 978 8 483 23858 5

Martyn Hobbs and Julia Starr Keddle

Your

Space
Student's Book

Web resources provide games and practice activities to consolidate learning


Students are provided with strategies to help them become autonomous learners

A focus on skills development, learner strategies and functional language

A graphic story at the back of the book provides extra reading practice
The course includes:
Students Book
Workbook with Audio CD
Teachers Book with Tests CD
Class Audio CDs
Classware DVD-ROM
DVD (Levels 13)
Web Zone: http://yourspace.cambridge.org

CEFR level:

encourages learner autonomy and effective oral and written communication

ISBN 978 0 521 73251 2

Digital

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Your Space is a motivating three-level English course for young students. The
course is designed to grow and change with students, helping them to develop the
skills they need. Students are supported to explore and personalise new language
right from the start, enabling them to communicate clearly and build confidence in
using English in everyday situations. A focus on skills development and functional
language encourages effective, confident communication.

and deductive presentation and includes revision at the start of each new level

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The Student's Book provides approximately 80-90 hours of core teaching material,
which can be extended to 150 hours using the 'real-world' DVD, interactive web
resources and extra ideas in the Teacher's Book.

Your

Web Zone available online

Language is taught through engaging contexts, with a balance between inductive


tackle problem areas common to learners of their level

Space

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A clear unit structure and well-signposted pages enable easy navigation and make
it possible to teach off the page

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The Student's Book provides approximately 80-90 hours of core teaching material,
which can be extended to 150 hours using the 'real-world' DVD, interactive web
resources and extra ideas in the Teacher's Book.

Your

Your Space is a motivating three-level English course for young students. The
course is designed to grow and change with students, helping them to develop the
skills they need. Students are supported to explore and personalise new language
right from the start, enabling them to communicate clearly and build confidence in
using English in everyday situations. A focus on skills development and functional
language encourages effective, confident communication.

Web Zone available online

Martyn Hobbs and Julia Starr Keddle

Your Space Student's Book 2

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Student's Book 1
Martyn Hobbs and Julia Starr Keddle
Your Space is a motivating three-level English course for lower young students. The
course is designed to grow and change with students, helping them to develop the
skills they need. Students are supported to explore and personalise new language
right from the start, enabling them to communicate clearly and build confidence in
using English in everyday situations. A focus on skills development and functional
language encourages effective, confident communication.

Space

Martyn Hobbs and Julia Starr Keddle

Hobbs & Starr Keddle

Martyn Hobbs and Julia Starr Keddle

Space

Your Space Student's Book 1

Your Space

Your

Hobbs & Starr Keddle

Your

levels

Cambridge ESOL exams:

B1

Preliminary (PET)
Your Space 3

A2
A1

Key (KET)
Your Space 2
Your Space 1

ISBN 978 8 483 23958 2

This highly successful communicative series is supported by carefully


selected and well-structured activities, original topics and a huge wealth of
resources.

You

Maria Christaki, Institute of Foreign Languages, Kalamata, Greece

For learners

Students gain credits in the Learning Zone by completing fun activities


based on the language in the units

They can then explore the 3D Your Worlds unlocking features and
personalising their space with credits earned

A Comic Builder allows students to create their own stories based on


the characters and settings of the graphic story in the Students Book

For teachers

The Your Space DVD brings real-world authenticity to an English



lesson and provides a springboard for engaging activities and


classroom discussion
Accessible up-to-date content provides teachers with a great way to
motivate and stretch their students
Language content and topics have been carefully mapped to the course
content and syllabus

Classware includes Students Book, Workbook and DVD material for

classroom presentation as well as a Teachers Resource Disc with all


the photocopiable resources from the Teachers Zone

www.cambridge.org/elt/yourspace

For more information about our digital products see page 6

Your Space Student's Book level 1

See also
Key for Schools
Preliminary for Schools
First for Schools
Page 42

Students Book
Workbook with Audio CD
Teachers Book with Tests CD
Class Audio CDs (3)
Classware DVD-ROM with Teachers Resource Disc
DVD (All levels)

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this fully updated edition of MORE! is bursting with features to capture young
learners imaginations. MORE! Second edition continues to encourage reading
for pleasure with new engaging texts and a fun, original detective story in levels
1 and 2. Culture sections with mini-projects and a strong integration of CLIL in
each lesson inspire learners natural curiosity.
New for MORE! Second edition:

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Refreshed design makes the layout even more user-friendly to help both
learners and teachers navigate through each lesson

Learning to learn and Exam practice sections in the Workbook to boost

Unit

learners autonomy and exams results

Extra Reading sections progress across the levels taking learners from light

How are you?

stories to literature

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Digital

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Discover MORE! online materials. Cyber Homework has been fully


refreshed to match the Students Book content. It allows students to
complete and submit their homework online and makes it easy for
teachers to mark and feedback on results. Cyber Homework contains:
You learn

Vocabulary

A messaging service allowing teachers and students to communicate


online

In addition to Cyber Homework, the online resources include enjoyable


exercises, quizzes and module tests to help students work on vocabulary,
grammar, skills and culture projects which students can upload and vote
for. Teachers also receive extra resources online such as a digital version
of the Teachers Book, additional reading content and photocopiable
activities for the classroom.

and then you can

subject pronouns
(revision)
questions with Who?
present simple of be
(revision)
possessive adjectives
(revision)
words for feelings
introduce yourself
ask how people feel

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Listen and read.


Kelly
Joe, Adam
Kelly
Joe
Adam
Kelly
Joe
Leah
Adam

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Available in American English


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American MORE!

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Unit

Hi, Joe, hi, Adam!


Hello, Kelly!
How are you?
Fine, thanks.
And you?
Im OK. This is Leah. Shes new.
Hi, Leah!
Hi. Are you Joe?
No, my names Adam. And this
is Joe.

Joe
Kelly
Adam
Leah
Joe
Kelly
Leah

Nice to meet you.


Come on, Leah. Were late for
the party.
Oh, a party?
Yes. My My sister, Meg, is
eight today.
Mmm a party! With cake
Im hungry!
Sorry, boys. Guests only! Bye!
See you!

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Combo edition, 4045 teaching hours

American MORE! Six-level edition

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ff 5060 hours

MORE! Second edition


Student's Book with Cyber Homework and Online Resources
Workbook
Teacher's Book
Audio CDs (3)
Testbuilder CD-ROM/Audio CD
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DVD
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Grammar Practice
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CLIL Activities
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Cambridge School Dictionary
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Students Book

Students Book
Messages is a four-level course for lower-secondary students.
Each level contains six modules of two units, each divided into three
manageable steps. Clear aims and outcomes for each step mean students
can put what they learn into practice immediately.
Each level of the course provides 8090 hours of classwork with lots of recycling
in regular four-page review sections. Level 1 assumes students have studied
English at primary level, but gives full coverage of all basic language areas.
The course takes students to an intermediate level by the end of Level 4.

Rich in input, resources and results

False beginner to Intermediate

ff Lower Secondary
ff 8090 teaching hours, extendable to 150

Students Book
Workbook with Audio CD
Teachers Book
Teachers Resource Pack
Class Audio Cassettes (2)
Class Audio CDs (2)
Web support and Infoquests:

Use what you know sections at the end of


each step activate the students language.
Life and culture sections and continuous
stories provide rich reading resources.

Coursework activities on a connected theme at


each level mean students build up portfolios of
work. The theme of Level 1 is All About Me!

www.cambridge.org/elt/messages

A variety of exercises where students can work


to their own level makes the course ideal for
mixed-ability classes.

Council of Europe level:

Cambridge ESOL exams:

A1

Each module has its own Infoquest, a series of


specially designed websites for students to use.

Messages 1
A2

Messages 2

KET

Messages 3

The Teachers Resource Pack provides


photocopiable tests, extra activities and drills.

B1

PET

Messages 4

We recommend for use with Messages 1:

Attractive and innovative, Messages is the perfect course to motivate lower


secondary students. Units are divided into three Steps, each with its own clear
outcome, rewarding teachers and students with immediate, tangible results.
New language is put into practice immediately with Use what you know boxes
at the end of each Step.
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Students Book
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Teachers Book
Teachers Resource Pack
Class Audio Cassettes (2)
Class Audio CDs (2)
Web support and

Use what you know sections at the end of


each step activate the students language.

Life and culture sections and continuous


stories provide rich reading resources.

Coursework activities on a connected theme at


each level mean students build up portfolios of
work. The theme of Level 3 is My guidebook.

Council of Europe level:

Step by step to great results

Cambridge ESOL exams:

A1

Each module has its own


, a series of
specially designed websites for students to use.

Messages 1
A2

Messages 2

KET

Messages 3

The Teachers Resource Pack provides


photocopiable tests, extra activities and drills.

B1

Messages 4

PET

Use what you know sections at the end of


each step activate the students language.
Life and culture sections and continuous
stories provide rich reading resources.
Coursework activities on a connected theme at
each level mean students build up portfolios of
work. The theme of Level 4 is Our school
magazine.
A variety of exercises where students can work
to their own level makes the course ideal for
mixed-ability classes.

Students Book
Workbook with Audio CD / CD-ROM
Teachers Book
Teachers Resource Pack
Class Audio Cassettes (2)
Class Audio CDs (3)
Web support and
:
www.cambridge.org/elt/messages
Council of Europe level:

Each module has its own


, a series of
specially designed websites for students to use.

Cambridge ESOL exams:

A1
Messages 1
A2

Messages 2

KET

Messages 3
B1

We recommend for use with Messages 3:

* Levels 1 and 2

Each level of the course provides 8090 hours of classwork with lots of recycling
in regular four-page review sections. Level 1 assumes students have studied
English at primary level, but gives full coverage of all basic language areas.
The course takes students to an intermediate level by the end of Level 4.

www.cambridge.org/elt/messages

A variety of exercises where students can work


to their own level makes the course ideal for
mixed-ability classes.

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Step by step to great results

Students will love reading dramatic stories chapter by chapter*


Regular Life and culture sections give fascinating insights into the English-

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Messages is a four-level course for lower-secondary students.


Each level contains six modules of two units, each divided into three
manageable steps. Clear aims and outcomes for each step mean students
can put what they learn into practice immediately.

Messages Students Book 3

Each level of the course provides 8090 hours of classwork with lots of recycling
in regular four-page review sections. Level 1 assumes students have studied
English at primary level, but gives full coverage of all basic language areas.
The course takes students to an intermediate level by the end of Level 4.

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Messages is a four-level course for lower-secondary students.


Each level contains six modules of two units, each divided into three
manageable steps. Clear aims and outcomes for each step mean students
can put what they learn into practice immediately.

Graded websites for each level get students using English to discover new
things

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Goodey, Goodey and Craven

KET- and PET-style exercises help students gain valuable exam skills
The Workbook offers extension exercises and Try this! sections ideal for
fast finishers

Messages Students Book 1

Diana Goodey and Noel Goodey with Miles Craven and


Meredith Levy

The Teachers Resource Pack provides


photocopiable tests, extra activities and drills.

Messages 4

PET

We recommend for use with Messages 4:

www.cambridge.org/elt/messages
ISBN 978-0-521-00537-1

ISBN 978-0-521-54276-0

ISBN-13: 978 0 521 54381 1

ISBN-13: 978 0 521 78365 1

English as an Additional Language (EAL)

A CD-ROM is available containing over 350 worksheets and flashcards that

Life a
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enable teachers to use Messages with their EAL students

Visit the website for a recommended scheme of work, and cultural


worksheets on Welshness and Scottishness

What festivals are popular in your country or town?


Which one do you like best?

You

For learners

Students can practise what they have learnt at their own pace using
the FREE interactive CD/CD-ROM included with the Workbook

For teachers

Inspire students to use English as a means of finding information with a


complete set of 'Infoquests' specially graded websites designed to
accompany each level

There are two great Videos/DVDs to accompany Messages. Each

pack comes with a booklet containing activity worksheets for each


programme and explanatory teacher's notes. Full video scripts are also
provided

FREE teacher resource website

People in many parts of the


world celebrate Mardi Gras.
The name means Fat Tuesday
in French. The carnival
traditionally started on the day
before Ash Wednesday when
Catholics have to stop eating
and drinking certain things
for Lent. Today, Mardi Gras is
a very popular carnival. It
begins in January or February
and lasts for several days or
weeks, until Ash Wednesday.
Many people say it is the
biggest free show on Earth,
and it is an exciting holiday
for both children and adults.
There are big Mardi Gras
celebrations in Rio de Janeiro,
Brazil; Sydney, Australia; Nice,
France; Venice, Italy; and Cologne,
Germany, but the biggest and
most famous is in New Orleans, in
Louisiana, USA.

colourful costumes with the Mardi


Gras colours of purple, green and
gold. There is a lot of music
(especially jazz) and dancing.
People in the parade throw special
Mardi Gras coins, flowers,
necklaces and sweets to the
crowds. After each parade there
is a big party, called a ball.
People wear masks and they
dance all night. There are
always lots of fireworks too.
A favourite tradition of
the New Orleans Mardi
Gras is the King Cake.
This is a special cake
in the Mardi Gras
colours. There are
many different
kinds, and
people eat
thousands
of them!

In New Orleans the whole city


stops for one huge party. Tens of
thousands of people fill the streets
and there are hundreds of
parades. Each parade has a king
and queen and people wear very

ABOUT NEW ORLEANS


New Orleans is famous for jazz music.
Louis Armstrong, the famous jazz
musician, came from New Orleans and
the airport is called Louis Armstrong
International Airport.

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For more information about our digital products see page 6

Task
Read the text, then answer the questions.
1 What does Mardi Gras mean?
2 Why is it called Mardi Gras?
3 When does the carnival start?
4 When does it finish?
5 Where is the biggest Mardi Gras festival?
6 What do people wear?
7 What kind of music do people play?
8 If youre in the crowd, what might people give you?
9 What happens after each parade?
10 What special food do people eat?

Unit 9

Students Book
Workbook with Audio CD/CD-ROM
Teachers Book
Teachers Resource Pack
Class Audio CDs (2)
Companion (Greek edition)
Companion (German edition)
EAL Teachers Resource CD-ROM
DVD (PAL/NTSC) and Activity Booklet
VHS Video (PAL) and Activity Booklet
VHS Video (NTSC) and Activity Booklet

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Level 3
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Level 4
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Mardi Gras

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Interactive provides up-to-date, real-life
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Interactive is an exciting course for teenagers packed from cover to cover with
up-to-the-minute, stimulating content. Students are given maximum support to
get them speaking and interacting in real, contemporary English from day one.

B1
B2

Interactive 1
Interactive 2
Interactive 3
Interactive 4

C1

KET
PET
FCE
CAE

Write and print your


own graphic novels

STUDENTS BOOK 2

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Play games and


practise your English

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Interaction sections give students the


confidence to use English in real-life situations
such as ordering food and drink, and
expressing preferences and opinions.
A fold-out Classroom Language Reference
on the cover provides phrases needed for
speaking activities.
A regular Pronunciation focus and
illustrated phoneme chart makes this
often-neglected skill fun and easy to teach.

Skills4Real sections, Culture UK


noticeboards and Culture World magazines
practise skills using authentic reading material
and unscripted listenings,
followed up by activities and projects
to put this language into practice.
Correct it! sections and Check it out boxes
expose students to international English from
the Cambridge Learner Corpus, and raise
awareness of common mistakes.
A realistic Graphic Novel runs through the
Students Book which teens can read just for
fun. There are optional activities available in
the Teachers Book and online.

Check out the website especially


for you!

Interactive

Helen Hadkins, Samantha Lewis


and Joanna Budden

Interactive gets students communicating


from day one, by providing them with
the framework and tools they need:

Go Interactive online!

Hadkins and Lewis with Budden

levels
levels

The DVD provides additional models of all Pronunciation


and Interaction sections. A Talking Heads section shows
real language and unscripted responses, along with
a series of teen-presented Interviews.
A Quick Start section revises the language
students should know at the beginning
of Level 1. There is also an optional
12-page Start Up section
available online.

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The course includes:


Students Book
Workbook
Teachers Book
Teachers Resource Pack
Class Audio CDs
DVD (PAL or NTSC)
Classware DVD-ROM
Testmaker CD-ROM
Web Content
http://interactive.cambridge.org

Watch DVD clips


from the course

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The Cambridge International Corpus (CIC)


is a collection of over 1.5 billion words
of real spoken and written English. The
texts are stored in a database that can be
searched to see how English is used. The CIC also
includes the Cambridge Learner Corpus, a unique
collection of over 35 million words taken from student
exam papers from Cambridge ESOL. It shows real
mistakes students make and highlights the parts of
English which causes problems for students.
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Helen Hadkins
and Samantha Lewis

PLUS all the listening practice from


the Workbook and more

with Joanna Budden

Visit http://interactive.cambridge.org

Teachers can tailor the course to their own requirements using the wide range
of materials such as DVDs, Classware, Testmaker and other online extras, to
make classes get really interactive. The course is correlated to Cambridge
English exam task types and topics to help prepare students for future exams.

Inspire confident communication

Interaction sections prepare students for using English in real-life situations


Fold-out classroom language keeps useful phrases for speaking activities to
hand

Correct it! sections and Check it out! boxes expose students to real

international English from the Cambridge English Corpus, drawing attention


to language areas that can cause difficulty

Think about world culture

Culture UK noticeboards and Culture World magazine articles practise


skills using authentic reading and listening material

countries to stimulate discussion about cultural differences

Related activities and projects give students the opportunity to explore topics

ABOUT THE
TRACK WORLD
CUP

in more depth

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The UCI Track Worl
d Cup Classics is a
global four
race series that sees
the worlds best cycli
sts including
household names
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Leslie Anne Hendra & David Rea

English Unlimited

English Unlimited

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English Unlimited

Jakki Postlethwaite, Teacher, Australia

Theresa Clementson, Leslie Anne Hendra, David Rea, Alex


Tilbury, Adrian Doff and Ben Goldstein
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ff 8090 teaching hours per level, extendable to 120
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With answers

9780521165204 Cambridge Academic English Upper Intermediate Students Book CVR C M Y K

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Cambridge English for Scientists is for intermediate
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ISBN: 978 0 521 68939 7

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applying for research funding


writing for publication
presenting and socialising at a conference

The course can be used in the classroom or


for self-study and is suitable for scientists
studying or working in a wide range of scientic
disciplines. The course also includes a glossary
of useful vocabulary.

Cambridge English for is a series of short


courses for different areas of English for
Specic Purposes. Written for professionals
by professionals they combine the best in ELT
methodology with real professional practice.

Tamzen Armer
Series Editor: Jeremy Day

IN FOCUS

B2

Cambridge English for

Scientists

Browne Culligan Phillips

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Cambridge English for Scientists is for intermediate


to upper intermediate level (B1 B2) learners of
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Felicity ODell

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Intermediate

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Dr Andrew Sugden,
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I believe it does an excellent
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everyday situations in the lab and I especially
audioscrip which I think is an
enjoyed the audioscript,
representatio of conversations
accurate representation
an his/her adviser.
between a student and

Cambridge English for Scientists

Academic
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a very thorough repre


representation of the basic
requirement of presen
presenting scientic analyses

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Theory

7.2 Practice: The role of the customer in SCM


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Learn about a companys innovative approach to SCM.


Use zero, first and second conditionals.
Discuss the internal and external issues inuencing SCM.

Profile: IKEA

Reading 1: Introduction to IKEAs supply chain

Business Advantage Upper Intermediate Students Book

IKEA sells more furniture and products for the home


such as lamps and photo frames than any other company
of this type in the world. It operates in more than 38
different countries. It was the first company to sell flatpack furniture on a wide scale. Flat-pack furniture is
packed in smaller, flat packs that take up less space and
it can be taken home by the customer without a delivery
van. The customer must then put the furniture together
themselves. This means that IKEA can keep prices lower
as there are lower costs for storage space and distribution.

1 You are going to read a text about IKEAs supply chain. What
do you know about IKEA? Have you ever bought anything there?
2 IKEA tries to operate in a sustainable way. What do you think
sustainable means? Read the first part of the article and check.

Introduction
As you can see from the company profile of IKEA, the customer
is much more part of the supply chain than in the past the
customer is not just the end user; they play a role in the chain
by assembling, collecting and delivering the product.

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1 What are the advantages of this for the customer?

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2 What are the advantages for the company?


3 Would you prefer to pay more for a product, e.g. a bed, which
is delivered to your house and put together by the company, or
pay less and transport and assemble the bed yourself?

Businesses have to think about the long-term effects of


providing the goods and services that consumers want.
Organisations try to operate in a sustainable way. This
means that they supply goods in a way that is of benefit
to both customers and the environment. Customers do not
always know where goods have come from or the stages
through which they pass before they are ready for sale.
One of the ways in which IKEA tries to include the
customer in its supply chain is by being open about how it
operates; the company makes information about its supply
chain available on its website.
In the information about its supply chain, IKEA has
divided it into three stages:
raw materials (the primary sector)
manufacturing (the secondary sector).
distribution and retailing services (the tertiary sector).

1 How important do you think it is for companies to be open about


their supply chain?
2 What information do you expect the company to give about the
different sectors?

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Practice lessons gives students an insight into the reality of
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Unit

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shes
1 she is ..............................................
3 it is not ..............................................
2 they are ..............................................
4 that is ..............................................
Write am, is or are.
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The weather ...................
I ................... not rich.
This bag ................... heavy.
These bags ................... heavy.

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6 you are not ..............................................

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I .........................................................................................
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I ..........................................................................................................................
I .........................................................................................

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......................................................................
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......................................................................
or ..........................................................................................
(it / windy today) It
...................................................................................................................................................................................
(my hands / cold) My
...................................................................................................................................................................................
(Brazil / a very big country) ...................................................................................................................................................................................
(diamonds / cheap)
...................................................................................................................................................................................
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3
4
5
6

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Write true sentences, positive or negative. Use Im / Im not.


Im tired.
Im not tired.
7 (tired)
...........................................
or .....................................................................................................................
8 (hungry)
I ..............................................................................................................................................................................
9 (a good swimmer)
...................................................................................................................................................................................
10 (interested in football)
...................................................................................................................................................................................
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2 Im not hungry, but ...................................... thirsty.
3 Mr Thomas is a very old man. ...................................... 98.
4 These chairs arent beautiful, but ...................................... comfortable.
5 The weather is nice today. ...................................... warm and sunny.
6 ...................................... late. No, Im not. Im early!
7 Catherine isnt at home. ...................................... at work.
8 ...................................... your coat. Oh, thank you very much.
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2 Dont put the dictionary away.
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(he / want)?
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(believe) him.
7 She told me her name, but
(I / not / remember) it now.
8
(I / think) of selling my car. Would you be interested in buying it?
9
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2 Are you believing in God?
3 Im feeling hungry. Is there anything to eat?
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2 Sarah
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Meanings and Metaphors: Gillian Lazar
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978-0-521-77436-9
Singing Grammar: Mark Hancock
Book and Audio CD
978-1-107-63190-8
The Grammar Activity Book: Bob Obee
Book
978-0-521-57579-9

Exploring British Culture

Instant PET

Jo Smith

Martyn Ford

Book
Audio CDs (2)
Book and Audio CDs (2) Pack

978-0-521-61123-7
978-0-521-61126-8
978-0-521-61124-4

Instant IELTS
Ready-to-use tasks and activities
Guy Brook-Hart

Book
Audio CD
Book and Audio CD Pack

ELEMENTARY TO ADVANCED

FALSE BEGINNER TO ADVANCED

Exams
Ready-to-use tasks and activities

Skills
Advanced Skills: Simon Haines
Book and Audio CD Pack
978-0-521-60848-0
Be Understood!: Christina Maurer Smolder
Book with CD-ROM and Audio CD 978-0-521-13883-3
Listening Extra: Miles Craven
Book
978-0-521-75460-6
Audio CDs (2)
978-0-521-75462-0
Book and Audio CDs (2)
978-0-521-75461-3
Pronunciation Games: Mark Hancock
Book
978-0-521-46735-3
Quizzes, Questionnaires and Puzzles: Miles Craven
Book
978-0-521-60582-3
Reading Extra: Liz Driscoll
Book

978-0-521-53405-5

Speaking Extra: Mick Gammidge


Book
978-0-521-75463-7
Audio CD
978-0-521-75465-1
Book and Audio CD
978-0-521-75464-4
The Book of Days: Adrian Wallwork
Book and Audio CD
978-1-107-68570-3
Writing Extra: Graham Palmer
Book
978-0-521-53287-7

See also

ELEMENTARY TO ADVANCED
A photocopiable resource book and audio CD covering a
wide range of aspects of British culture, for students at all
levels.

Paperback with Audio CD

978-0-521-18642-1

Discussions AZ
Adrian Wallwork

978-0-521-75533-7
978-0-521-75536-8
978-0-521-75534-4

A photocopiable resource book and audio CD of speaking


activities designed to encourage engaging and natural
conversation.

Intermediate

Book and Audio CD

978-1-107-61829-9

Book and Audio CD

978-1-107-68697-7

Advanced

Teacher Training Essentials


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Instant Academic Skills
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Practical

Cambridge
Language Education
Series Editor: Jack C. Richards

Cambridge Handbooks for Language


Teachers
Series Editor: Scott Thornbury
Inspiration for busy teachers and trainers! The Cambridge Handbooks for
Language Teachers series, now with over fifty handbooks, offers practical ideas
and activities as well as an insight into current thinking about English Language
Teaching.

www.cambridge.org/elt/chlt

This series focuses on issues crucial


to successful language teaching and
learning, drawing on the best available
research and practice. Written in an
accessible style, these books carefully
integrate theory, data and classroom
applications.

The Cambridge Handbooks for


Language Teachers series is, arguably,
the great handbook collection in
English language teaching. Having
offered practical ideas, techniques
and activities for the teaching of
English and other languages over the
course of many decades, the books in
this collection have provided
inspiration for generations of both
teachers and trainers.
Adam Simpson, www.tefl.net

Beginning to Write: Arthur Brookes and Peter Grundy


Paperback 978-0-521-58979-6
WINNER Ben Warren Prize
WINNER ESU Duke of Edinburgh Award
NOMINATED British Council ELTons Awards

Classroom Management Techniques : Jim Scrivener


Paperback
978-0-521-74185-9
CLIL Activities: Liz Dale and Rosie Tanner
Paperback with CD-ROM
978-0-521-14984-6
Communicative Activities for EAP: Jenni Guse
Paperback with CD-ROM
978-0-521-14057-7
Dialogue Activities: Nick Bilbrough
Paperback 978-0-521-68951-9
Dictation: Paul Davis and Mario Rinvolucri
Paperback 978-0-521-34819-5
Dictionary Activities: Cindy Leaney
Paperback 978-0-521-69040-9
Discussions that Work: Penny Ur
Paperback 978-0-521-28169-0
Drama Techniques , Third edition: Alan Maley and
Alan Duff
Paperback 978-0-521-60119-1
Extensive Reading Activities for Teaching
Language: Edited by Julian Bamford and Richard
R. Day
Paperback 978-0-521-01651-3
Five-Minute Activities: Penny Ur and Andrew Wright
Paperback 978-0-521-39781-0
Five-Minute Activities for Business English:
Paul Emmerson and Nick Hamiliton
Paperback 978-0-521-54741-3
Five-Minute Activities for Young Learners:
Penny McKay and Jenni Guse
Paperback 978-0-521-69134-5
Games for Language Learning, Third edition:
Andrew Wright, David Betteridge and
Michael Buckby
Paperback 978-0-521-61822-9
Grammar Practice Activities, Second edition:
Penny Ur
Paperback with CD-ROM
978-0-521-73232-1
Intercultural Language Activities: John Corbett
Paperback with CD-ROM
978-0-521-74188-0
SHORTLISTED Frank Bell Prize

The Internet and the Language Classroom:


Gavin Dudeney
Paperback 978-0-521-68446-0
Keep Talking: Friederike Klippel
Paperback 978-0-521-27871-3
Language Activities for Teenagers: Edited by
Seth Lindstromberg
Paperback 978-0-521-54193-0

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NEW Language Learning with Digital Video: Ben


Goldstein with Paul Driver
Paperback
978-1-107-63464-0
SHORTLISTED ESU Duke of Edinburgh Award

Language Learning with Technology: Graham


Stanley
Paperback
978-1-107-62880-9
Laughing Matters: Pter Medgyes
Paperback 978-0-521-79960-7
Learner Autonomy: gota Scharle, Anita Szab
Paperback 978-0-521-77534-2
Learner English, Second edition: Edited by
Michael Swan and Bernard Smith
Paperback 978-0-521-77939-5
Audio CD
978-0-521-00024-6
Learning One-to-One: Ingrid Wisniewska
Paperback with CD-ROM 978-0-521-13458-3
Lessons from Nothing: Bruce Marsland
Paperback 978-0-521-62765-8
Literature in the Language Classroom, A resource
book of ideas and activities: Joanne Collie and
Stephen Slater
Paperback 978-0-521-31224-0
Memory Activities for Language Learning:
Nick Bilbrough
Paperback with CD-ROM
978-0-521-13241-1
Once Upon a Time: John Morgan and Mario Rinvolucri
Paperback 978-0-521-27262-9
Personalizing Language Learning: Griff Griffiths and
Kathy Keohane
Paperback 978-0-521-63364-2
Pictures for Language Learning: Andrew Wright
Paperback 978-0-521-35800-2
SHORTLISTED Frank Bell Prize
SHORTLISTED Ben Warren Prize

Planning Lessons and Courses: Tessa Woodward


Paperback 978-0-521-63354-3
Pronunciation Practice Activities: Martin Hewings
Paperback with Audio CD
978-0-521-75457-6
The Standby Book: Edited by Seth Lindstromberg
Paperback 978-0-521-55860-0
Stories, Narrative activities in the language
classroom: Ruth Wajnryb
Paperback 978-0-521-00160-1
Teach Business English: Sylvie Donna
Paperback 978-0-521-58557-6
Teaching Adult Second Language Learners:
Heather McKay
Paperback 978-0-521-64990-2
Teaching English Spelling: Ruth Shemesh and
Sheila Waller
Paperback 978-0-521-63971-2

Teaching Large Multilevel Classes: Natalie Hess


Paperback 978-0-521-66785-2
Teaching Listening Comprehension: Penny Ur
Paperback 978-0-521-28781-4
Testing Spoken Language: Nic Underhill
Paperback 978-0-521-31276-9
NEW Translation and Own-language Activities:
Philip Kerr
Paperback
978-1-107-64578-3
Using Authentic Video in the Language Classroom:
Jane Sherman
Paperback 978-0-521-79961-4
Using Folktales: Erik K. Taylor
Paperback 978-0-521-63749-7
Using Newspapers in the Classroom: Paul Sanderson
Paperback 978-0-521-64526-3
Using the Board in the Language Classroom:
Jeannine Dobbs
Paperback 978-0-521-65417-3
Vocabulary Activities: Penny Ur
Paperback with CD-ROM
978-0-521-18114-3
Ways of Doing: Paul Davis, Barbara Garside and Mario
Rinvolucri
Paperback 978-0-521-58559-0
Working with Images: Ben Goldstein
Paperback with CD-ROM
978-0-521-71057-2
Working with Words: Ruth Gairns and Stuart Redman
Paperback 978-0-521-31709-2
Writing Simple Poems: Vicki L. Holmes and
Margaret R. Moulton
Paperback 978-0-521-78552-5

Other Methodology books


These methodology books offer
teachers, teacher trainers and
teacher trainees a discussion of new
developments in various areas and
suggestions on how to use them
effectively in class.

Imagine That!: Jane Arnold, Herbert Puchta and Mario


Rinvolucri
Paperback with CD-ROM/Audio CD 978-0-521-71610-9
Multiple Intelligences in EFL: Herbert Puchta and
Mario Rinvolucri
Paperback 978-0-521-71611-6
Teaching Grammar Creatively: Gnter Gerngross,
Herbert Puchta and Scott Thornbury
Paperback with CD-ROM/Audio CD 978-0-521-71609-3

Agendas for Second Language Literacy: Sandra Lee


McKay
Paperback 978-0-521-44664-8
Classroom-Based Evaluation in Second Language
Education: Fred Genesse, John A. Upshur
Paperback 978-0-521-56681-0
Cooperative Learning and Second Language Teaching:
Edited by Steven G. McCafferty, George M. Jacobs and
Ana Christina DaSilva Iddings
Paperback 978-0-521-60664-6
Curriculum Development in Language Teaching:
Jack C. Richards
Paperback 978-0-521-80491-2
Hardback 978-0-521-80060-0
Educating Second Language Children: Fred Genesse
Paperback 978-0-521-45797-2
English Language Teaching Materials: Edited by
Nigel Harwood
Paperback 978-0-521-12158-3
Hardback 978-0-521-19856-1
Extensive Reading in the Second Language Classroom:
Richard R. Day and Julian Bamford
Paperback 978-0-521-56829-6
From Reader to Reading Teacher: Jo Ann Aebersold and
Mary Lee Field
Paperback 978-0-521-49785-5
Functional English Grammar: Graham Lock
Paperback 978-0-521-45922-8
Language Teaching Awareness: Jerry G. Gebhard and
Robert Oprandy
Paperback 978-0-521-63954-5
Hardback 978-0-521-63039-9
A Practicum in TESOL: Graham Crookes
Paperback 978-0-521-52998-3
Hardback 978-0-521-82305-0
Professional Development for Language Teachers:
Jack Richards and Thomas Farrell
Paperback 978-0-521-61383-5
Hardback 978-0-521-84911-1
Reflective Teaching in Second Language Classrooms:
Jack Richards and Charles Lockhart
Paperback 978-0-521-45803-0
Second Language Listening: John Flowerdew and
Lindsay Miller
Paperback 978-0-521-78647-8
Hardback 978-0-521-78135-0
Second Language Writing: Ken Hyland
Paperback 978-0-521-53430-7
Hardback 978-0-521-82705-8
The Self-Directed Teacher: David Nunan and Clarice Lamb
Paperback 978-0-521-49773-2
Teachers as Course Developers: Kathleen Graves
Paperback 978-0-521-49768-8
Teachers Narrative Inquiry as Professional
Development: Edited by Karen E. Johnson and Paula R.
Golombek
Paperback 978-0-521-01313-0
Hardback 978-0-521-81342-6
Teaching Speaking: Christine Goh and Anne Burns
Paperback 978-1-107-64833-3
Hardback 978-1-107-01123-6
Understanding Communication in Second Language
Classrooms: Karen E. Johnson
Paperback 978-0-521-45968-6
Using Corpora in the Language Classroom: Randi Reppen
Paperback 978-0-521-14608-1
Hardback 978-0-521-76987-7
Vocabulary in Language Teaching: Norbert Schmitt
Paperback 978-0-521-66938-2

Teacher Training, Professional Development and Research


Courses for Teachers

Cambridge Teacher Training and


Development

Teaching Awards

Series Editors: Marion Williams and Tony Wright


This series is designed for people involved in teacher training and education
programmes. Materials in the series contribute both theoretical and practical
input into the content and processes of language teacher education.

The TKT Course


Pre / in-service teacher training

The TKT Course Modules 1, 2


and 3

WINNER Ben Warren Prize

SHORTLISTED Ben Warren Prize

About Language: Scott Thornbury


Paperback 978-0-521-42720-3
WINNER Ben Warren Prize

Action Research for Language Teachers:


Michael J. Wallace
Paperback 978-0-521-55535-7
Advising and Supporting Teachers: Mick Randall and
Barbara Thornton
Paperback 978-0-521-63896-8
Alive to Language, Perspectives on language:
Valerie Arndt, Paul Harvey and John Nuttall
Paperback 978-0-521-56882-1
Classroom Observation Tasks: Ruth Wajnryb
Paperback 978-0-521-40722-9
English for the Teacher: Mary Spratt
Paperback 978-0-521-42676-3
Audio CDs (2)
978-0-521-15497-0
Literature and Language Teaching:
Gillian Lazar
Paperback 978-0-521-40651-2

Mentor Courses: Angi Malderez and Caroline Bodsczky


Paperback 978-0-521-56690-2
Practice Teaching, A Reflective Approach:
Jack Richards and Thomas Farrel
Paperback 978-0-521-18622-3
Tasks for Language Teachers: Martin Parrott
Paperback 978-0-521-42666-4
Teach English: Adrian Doff
Teachers Workbook
978-0-521-34863-8
Trainers Handbook
978-0-521-34864-5
Teachers in Action: Peter James
Paperback 978-0-521-59689-3
Teaching Children English, A training course for
teachers of English to children: David Vale and
Anne Feunteun
Paperback 978-0-521-42235-2
Training Foreign Language Teachers: Michael J.
Wallace
Paperback 978-0-521-35654-1

SHORTLISTED Ben Warren Prize

A Course in English Language


Teaching
Penny Ur
A completely revised and updated version
of A Course in Language Teaching. This
book provides a comprehensive introduction
to English language teaching, and is suitable
for teachers in a variety of educational
settings, including compulsory education. It
has been completely revised and updated to
include essential new topics for the modern
English language teacher:
English as an international language


Language acquisition theories and
teaching methodologies

Using digital supplementary materials


Content and Language Integrated
Learning (CLIL)

Paperback 978-1-107-68467-6

Teaching Knowledge Test


Second edition
Mary Spratt, Alan Pulverness and Melanie
Williams
A comprehensive package for teachers and
trainee teachers preparing for the
Teaching Knowledge Test or other initial
teacher training qualifications, offering
methodology and exam practice in one
volume.

Paperback 978-0-521-12565-9

The TKT Course Modules 1, 2 and


3 Online
Presents the material from the Second
edition for use as a fully-online course, or
part of a blended training programme.

Online access code card

978-1-139-10570-5

The TKT Course CLIL Module


Teaching Knowledge Test
Kay Bentley

WINNER ESU Duke of Edinburgh Award

Key Issues in Language Teaching

Paperback 978-0-521-15733-9

Jack C. Richards

A comprehensive and extensively researched overview


of key issues in language teaching today. This enhanced
eBook, with embedded audio and video, surveys a broad
range of core topics that are essential in understanding
contemporary approaches to teaching English as a
second or international language, and which form the
content of many professional development courses for
language teachers.
A wide range of issues is examined, including a consideration of the nature
of English in the world, the way the English teaching profession works, the
development of teaching methods, the nature of classroom teaching, teaching
the four skills, teaching the language system, and elements of a language
program.

Enhanced eBook

978-1-107-66906-2

For information about the eBooks available


cambridge.org/ebooks
please visit cambridge.org/ebooks

A self-study preparation course for the


Content and Language Integrated Learning
(CLIL) Module of the Teaching Knowledge
Test.

Grammar for English Language


Teachers
Second edition
Martin Parrott

PRE-/IN-SERVICE TEACHER TRAINING


Whether youre a practising or trainee
teacher, this book helps you develop your
understanding of English grammar and how
to teach it.
As well as providing refreshingly clear and
original explanations, it includes practical
ideas for planning lessons, and addresses
typical problems that learners encounter.
Extension exercises to accompany the book
are available on the website.

www.cambridge.org/elt/gelt

The TKT Course KAL Module


David Albery
A self-study preparation course for the
Knowledge about Language (KAL) Module
of the Teaching Knowledge Test, written
by an experienced TKT KAL specialist in
collaboration with Cambridge ESOL.

Paperback 978-0-521-15436-9

The TKT Course Training


Activities CD-ROM
Joanne Welling
30 teacher training activities designed for
use by trainers alongside the core TKT
modules to help trainees put theory into
practice.

CD-ROM 978-0-521-14442-1

Paperback 978-0-521-71204-0
Hardback 978-0-521-88505-8

Teacher Training Essentials


Craig Thaine
This book of ready-to-use teacher training
workshops can be used with both practising
and pre-service teachers. Each session
is fully planned and structured, with
accompanying photocopiable worksheets.

Paperback 978-0-521-17224-0

The CELTA Course


Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults
Scott Thornbury and Peter Watkins

Pre / in-service teacher training


The only published CELTA preparation
course available, and the only course
endorsed by Cambridge ESOL.

Trainee Book
Trainers Manual

978-0-521-69206-9
978-0-521-69207-6

English Phonetics and Phonolgy


Fourth edition
Peter Roach

Since the publication of the first edition in 1983, this course has established
itself as the most practical, comprehensive text in the field and become widely
used all over the world in universities and other institutions of higher education.
Now also available as an enhanced eBook with integrated audio.

Paperback with Audio CDs (2)


Hardback with Audio CDs (2)
NEW Enhanced eBook

978-0-521-71740-3
978-0-521-88882-0
978-1-139-79545-6

See also
Cambridge English Teacher
See the back cover of this
catalogue

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Reference and Research

Cambridge Applied Linguistics


Series Editors: 2007 present: Carol A. Chapelle and Susan Hunston
This series presents the latest insights from work in applied linguistics with their implications for language teaching and
learning.

Academic Listening: Edited by John Flowerdew


Paperback 978-0-521-45551-0
Cognition and Second Language Instruction:
Peter Robinson
Paperback 978-0-521-00386-5
Computer Applications in Second Language
Acquisition: Carol A. Chapelle
Paperback 978-0-521-62646-0
Contrastive Rhetoric: Ulla M. Connor
Paperback 978-0-521-44688-4
Hardback 978-0-521-44145-2
Corpora in Applied Linguistics: Susan Hunston
Paperback 978-0-521-80583-4
Criterion-Referenced Language Testing:
Edited by Bonny Norton and Kelleen Toohey
Paperback 978-0-521-00083-3
Critical Pedagogies and Language Learning:
Edited by Bonny Norton and Kelleen Toohey
Paperback 978-0-521-53522-9
Culture in Second Language Teaching and
Learning: Edited by Eli Hinkel
Paperback 978-0-521-64490-7
The Development of Second Language
Proficiency: Edited by Birgit Harley, Patrick Allen,
Jim Cummins and Merrill Swain
Paperback 978-0-521-38795-8
Disciplinary Identities: Ken Hyland
Paperback 978-0-521-19759-5
Hardback
978-0-521-19221-7
Exploring ELF: Anna Mauranen
Paperback
978-0-521-17752-8
Hardback
978-1-107-00395-8
Exploring the Dynamics of Second Language
Writing: Edited by Barbara Kroll
Paperback 978-0-521-52983-9
Exploring the Second Language Mental Lexicon:
David Singleton
Paperback 978-0-521-55534-0
WINNER Kenneth W Mildenberger

Feedback in Second Language Writing: Edited by


Ken Hyland and Fiona Hyland
Paperback 978-0-521-67258-0
Hardback 978-0-521-85663-8
Figurative Language, Genre and Register :
Alice Deignan, Jeannette Littlemore and
Elena Semino
Paperback 978-1-107-40203-4
Hardback 978-1-107-00943-1
Focus on Form in Classroom Second Language
Acquisition: Edited by Catherine Doughty and
Jessica Williams
Paperback 978-0-521-62551-7
Genres Across the Disciplines: Hilary Nesi and
Sheena Gardner
Paperback
978-0-521-14959-4
Hardback
978-0-521-76746-0

Genre Analysis: John M. Swales


Paperback 978-0-521-33813-4
Immersion Education: Edited by Robert Keith
Johnson and Merrill Swain
Paperback 978-0-521-58655-9
Insights into Second Language Reading: Keiko
Koda
Paperback 978-0-521-54513-6
Hardback 978-0-521-83662-3
Interactive Approaches to Second Language
Reading: Edited by Patricia L. Carrell, Joanne Devine
and David E. Eskey
Paperback 978-0-521-35874-3
Interfaces Between Second Language Acquisition
and Language Testing Research: Edited by Lyle F.
Bachman and Andrew D. Cohen
Paperback 978-0-521-64963-6
The Language of Business Meetings: Michael
Handford
Paperback 978-0-521-13343-2
Hardback 978-0-521-11666-4
Language Program Evaluation: Brian K. Lynch
Paperback 978-0-521-48438-1
Language Transfer: Terence Odlin
Paperback 978-0-521-37809-3
The Learner-Centred Curriculum: David Nunan
Paperback 978-0-521-35843-9
Learning Strategies in Second Language
Acquisition: J. Michael OMalley and Anna Uhl
Chamot
Paperback 978-0-521-35837-8
NEW Learning Vocabulary in Another Language
Second edition: I. S. P. Nation
Paperback 978-1-107-62302-6
Hardback 978-1-107-04547-7
Modelling and Assessing Vocabulary
Knowledge: Edited by Helmut Daller,
James Milton and Jeanine Treffers-Daller
Paperback 978-1-107-61864-0
Hardback 978-1-107-04269-8
NEW Narrative Research in Applied Linguistics:
Gary Barkhuizen
Paperback 978-1-107-61864-0
Hardback 978-1-107-04269-8
Network-Based Language Teaching: Edited by Mark
Warschauer and Richard Kern
Paperback 978-0-521-66742-5
Hardback 978-0-521-66136-2
Practice in a Second Language:
Edited by Robert DeKeyser
Paperback 978-0-521-68404-0
Hardback 978-0-521-86529-6
Pragmatics in Language Teaching: Edited by
Kenneth R. Rose and Gabriele Kasper
Paperback 978-0-521-00858-7
Hardback 978-0-521-80379-3

Reading in a Second Language: William Grabe


Paperback 978-0-521-72974-1
Hardback 978-0-521-50986-2
Replication Research in Applied Linguistics: Edited
by Graeme Porte
Paperback
978-1-107-67152-2
Hardback
978-1-107-02165-5
Research Genres: John M. Swales
Paperback 978-0-521-53334-8
Hardback 978-0-521-82594-8
Researching and Applying Metaphor: Edited by
Lynne Cameron and Graham Low
Paperback 978-0-521-64964-3
Hardback 978-0-521-64022-0
Research Perspectives on English for Academic
Purposes: Edited by John Flowerdew and Matthew
Peacock
Paperback 978-0-521-80518-6
Second Language Classrooms: Craig Chaudron
Paperback 978-0-521-33980-3
The Second Language Curriculum: Edited by Robert
Keith Johnson
Paperback 978-0-521-36961-9
Second Language Needs Analysis:
Edited by Michael H. Long
Paperback 978-0-521-61821-2
Second Language Vocabulary Acquisition: Edited
by James Coady and Thomas Huckin
Paperback 978-0-521-56764-0
Second Language Writing: Edited by Barbara Kroll
Paperback 978-0-521-38778-1
Sociolinguistics and Language Teaching: Edited by
Sandra Lee McKay and Nancy H. Hornberger
Paperback 978-0-521-48434-3
Task-Based Language Education:
Edited by Kris Van Den Branden
Paperback 978-0-521-68952-6
Hardback 978-0-521-86927-0
Teacher Research in Language Teaching: Simon
Borg
Paperback
978-0-521-15263-1
Hardback
978-0-521-76563-3
Text, Role and Context: Ann M. Johns
Paperback 978-0-521-56761-9
Understanding Expertise in Teaching: Edited by
Amy B. M. Tsui
Paperback 978-0-521-63569-1
Hardback 978-0-521-63207-2

English Profile
Studies
Language Functions Revisited, Theoretical
and empirical bases for language construct
definition across the ability range , English
Profile Studies 2:
Anthony Green
Paperback 978-0-521-18499-1
Criterial Features in L2 English, Specifying the
reference levels of the Common European
Framework, English Profile Studies 1: John
Hawkins and Luna Filipovi
Paperback
978-0-521-18477-9

Cambridge Guides
The Cambridge Guide to Second Language
Teacher Education: Edited by Anne Burns
Paperback
978-0-521-75684-6
The Cambridge Guide to Teaching English to
Speakers of Other Languages: Edited by Ronald
Carter and David Nunan
Paperback 978-0-521-80516-2
The Cambridge Guide to English Usage: Pam Peters
Hardback 978-0-521-62181-6
The Cambridge Guide to Pedagogy and Practice in
Second Language Teaching: Edited by Anne Burns
and Jack C. Richards
Paperback 978-1-107-60200-7
Hardback
978-1-107-01586-9
The Cambridge Guide to Second Language
Assessment:
Christine Coombe, Stephen Stoynoff, Barry OSullivan
and Peter Davidson
Paperback 978-1-107-67707-4
Hardback 978-1-107-01714-6

Approaches and Methods


in Language Teaching
Third Edition

Jack C. Richards and Theodore S. Rodgers


This third edition of Approaches and Methods in Language Teaching is an extensive
revision of the popular and accessible text. Like previous editions, this book surveys the
major approaches and methods in language teaching, such as Grammar Translation,
Audiolingualism, Communicative Language Teaching, and the Natural Approach. It examines
each approach and method in terms of its theory of language and language learning, goals,
syllabus, teaching activities, teacher and learner roles, materials, and classroom techniques.

Paperback 978-1-107-67596-4

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Reference and Research
Cambridge Language Teaching Library
This series provides a valuable forum for the exploration of central issues in
language teaching and learning, by authors who have expert knowledge of their
field. It addresses an audience of experienced teachers, as well as postgraduate
students and researchers.
Full list of titles at www.cambridge.org/elt/cltl

Affect in Language Learning: Edited by Jane Arnold


Paperback 978-0-521-65963-5
Appropriate Methodology and Social Context:
Adrian Holliday
Paperback 978-0-521-43745-5
Beyond Training: Jack C. Richards
Paperback 978-0-521-62680-4
SHORTLISTED Ben Warren Prize

Classroom Decision-Making: Edited by Michael P.


Breen and Andrew Littlejohn
Paperback 978-0-521-66614-5
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Psychology for Language Teachers: Marion Williams
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Research Methods in Language Learning: David
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The Roles of Language in CLIL: Ana Llinares,
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Task-Based Language Teaching: David Nunan
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Teaching the Spoken Language: Gillian Brown and
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Common European Framework of Reference for
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The Communicative Value of Intonation in
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Context in Language Learning and Language
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Studies in Language Testing


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Learner Strategy Use and Performance on
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Cambridge Guide to Second Language Assessment
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77

Title Index
About Language
73
Academic Encounters Second
edition 33
Academic Listening
74
Academic Vocabulary in Use
35
Academic Writing Skills
34
Academic Writing
33
Action Plan for IELTS
50
Action Research for Language
Teachers 73
Active Grammar
20
Active Listening
70
Activity Box
71
Advanced Grammar in Use
62
Advanced Grammar in Use
Supplementary Exercises
62
Advanced Skills
71
Advanced Trainer
54
Advising and Supporting Teachers 73
Affect in Language Learning
75
Agendas for Second Language
Literacy 72
Aligning Tests with the CEFR
76
Alive to Language
73
American English in Mind
19
American MORE! Six-level edition 15
American MORE!
15
Applied Linguistics and Primary
School Teaching
75
Approaches and Methods in
Language Teaching Third edition 74
Appropriate Methodology
and Social Context
75
Assessing Academic English
76
Assessing Grammar
76
Assessing Language through
Computer Technology
76
Assessing Languages for Specific
Purposes 76
Assessing Listening
76
Assessing Reading
76
Assessing Speaking
76
Assessing Vocabulary
76
Assessing Writing
76
Assessing Young Language
Learners 76
Basic Grammar in Use
59
Be My Guest
41
Be Understood!
71
Beginning to Write
72
Better English Pronunciation
65
Beyond Training
75
Bilingual Family, The
75
Book of Days, The
71
BULATS Blended Learning Course 51
Business Advantage
36
Business Benchmark
51
Business Benchmark Second
edition 51
Business English Frameworks
71
Business Goals
37
Business Roles 2
71
Business Start-up
37
Business Vocabulary in Use
38
Cambridge Academic Content
Dictionary 58
Cambridge Academic English
32
Cambridge Academic Writing
Collection 33
Cambridge Advanced Learners
Dictionary 57
Cambridge Alphabet Book
13
Cambridge Applied Linguistics
74
Cambridge B1 Course Online
6
Cambridge BEC
53
Cambridge Bilingual Dictionaries 58
Cambridge Business English
Activities 71
Cambridge Business English
Dictionary
57
Cambridge Business Skills
37
Cambridge Certificate in
Advanced English (Cambridge
English: Advanced)
53
Cambridge Copy Collection
71
Cambridge Dictionaries Online
6
Cambridge Dictionary of
American English
58
Cambridge Dictionary of
American Idioms
58
Cambridge Dictionary of English
Grammar, The
75
Cambridge Dictionary of
Linguistics, The
75
Cambridge Discovery EducationTM
Interactive Readers
66

78

Cambridge Encyclopedia of
Language, Third edition, The
75
Cambridge Encyclopedia of the
English Language, Second
edition, The
75
Cambridge English Business
53
Cambridge English Exams The
First Hundred Years
76
Cambridge English First/First for
Schools 53
Cambridge English for Academics 35
Cambridge English for Engineering 40
Cambridge English for Human
Resources 40
Cambridge English for
Job-hunting 40
Cambridge English for Marketing 40
Cambridge English for Nursing 40
Cambridge English for Scientists 40
Cambridge English for the Media 40
Cambridge English Key/Key for
Schools 52
Cambridge English Placement Test 7
Cambridge English Preliminary/
Preliminary for Schools
52
Cambridge English Proficiency for
Updated Exam
53
Cambridge English Pronouncing
Dictionary 58
Cambridge English Readers
68
Cambridge English Skills
70
Cambridge English Teacher
7
Cambridge English Young Learners 52
Cambridge Essential English
Dictionary 57
Cambridge Experience Readers 68
Cambridge Financial English
39
Cambridge First Certificate in English
(Cambridge English: First)
53
Cambridge for ESOL
70
Cambridge Grammar and Vocabulary
41
for the TOEIC Test
Cambridge Grammar for CAE and
Proficiency 56
Cambridge Grammar for First
Certificate 56
Cambridge Grammar for IELTS
56
Cambridge Grammar for PET
56
Cambridge Grammar of English 62
Cambridge Guide to English
Usage, The
74
Cambridge Guide to Pedagogy
and Practice in Second
Language Teaching, The
74
Cambridge Guide to Second
Language Assessment, The
74
Cambridge Guide to Second Language
Teacher Education, The
74
Cambridge Guide to Teaching
English to Speakers of Other
Languages, The
74
Cambridge Handbook of Second
Language Acquisition
75
Cambridge Handbooks for
Language Teachers
72
Cambridge Idioms Dictionary
58
Cambridge IELTS
53

77
Cambridge IGCSE
Cambridge Key English Test
(Cambridge English: Key)
52
Cambridge Language Assessment 76
Cambridge Language Education 72
Cambridge Language Teaching
Library 75
Cambridge Learners Dictionary 57
Cambridge Learners Dictionary
English-Polish 58
Cambridge Learners Dictionary
English-Russian 58
Cambridge Learners Dictionary
English-Turkish 58
Cambridge Phrasal Verbs
Dictionary 58
Cambridge Preliminary English Test
(Cambridge English: Preliminary) 52
Cambridge Preparation for the
41
TOEFL Test
Cambridge School Dictionary
58
Cambridge Storybooks
13
Cambridge Teacher Training and
Development 73
Cambridge Vocabulary for
Advanced 56
Cambridge Vocabulary for First
Certificate 56
Cambridge Vocabulary for IELTS 56
Cambridge Vocabulary for IELTS
Advanced 56

Cambridge Vocabulary for PET


56
Cambridge Young Learners English
Tests 52
Cambridge Young Readers
13
CELTA Course, The
73
Changing Language Teaching
through Language Testing
76
Classroom Decision-Making
75
Classroom Management
Techniques
72
Classroom Observation Tasks
73
Classroom-Based Evaluation in
Second Language Education 72
Clear Speech
65
Clear Speech from the Start
65
CLIL 75
CLIL Activities
72
Cognition and Second Language
Instruction 74
Collaborative Action Research for
English Language Teachers
75
Collaborative Language Learning
and Teaching
75
Collocations Extra
71
Common European Framework of
Reference for Languages
75
Common Mistakes at CAE... and
how to avoid them
56
Common Mistakes at First
Certificate... and how to avoid
them 56
Common Mistakes at IELTS... and
how to avoid them
56
Common Mistakes at KET... and
how to avoid them
56
Common Mistakes at PET... and
how to avoid them
56
Common Mistakes at Proficiency...
and how to avoid them
56
Communicating Across Cultures 37
Communicative Activities for EAP 72
Communicative Language
Teaching, An Introduction
75
Communicative Value of Intonation
in English, The
75
Compact 44
Company to Company
38
Complete 46
Components of L2 Reading
76
Computer Applications in Second
Language Acquisition
74
Connect Second edition
20
Context in Language Learning
and Language Understanding 75
Continuity and Innovation
76
Contrastive Rhetoric
74
Conversation: From Description to
Pedagogy 75
Cooperative Learning and Second
Language Teaching
72
Corpora in Applied Linguistics
74
Course Design
75
Course in English Language
Teaching, A
73
Criterial Features in L2 English
74
Criterion-Referenced Language
Testing 74
Critical Pedagogies and Language
Learning 74
Culture Bound
75
Culture in Second Language
Teaching and Learning
74
Curriculum Development in
Language Teaching
72
Decisionmaker 71
Developing Professional-level
Language Proficiency
75
Developing Reading Skills
75
Development of IELTS, The
76
Development of Second Language
Proficiency, The
74
Developments in English for
Specific Purposes
75
Dialogue Activities
72
Diccionario Bilinge Cambridge
Compact English-Spanish
Spanish-English 58
Diccionario Bilinge Cambridge Pocket
English-Spanish Spanish-English 58
Dictation 72
Dictionary Activities
72
Dictionary of Language Testing 76
Direct
50
Disciplinary Identities
74
Discourse Analysis for Language
Teachers 75

Discourse and Context in Language


Teaching 75
Discourse and Language Education 75
Discovering Fiction
35
Discussions AZ
71
Discussions that Work
72
Drama Techniques, Third edition 72
Dynamic Presentations
37
Dynamics of the Language
Classroom, The
75
eBooks
7
Educating Second Language
Children 72
Effective Reading
70
Empirical Investigation of the
Componentiality of L2 Reading
in English for Academic
Purposes, An
76
English as a Global Language,
Second edition
75
English as an Additional Language
(EAL) 16
English at Work
70
English Collocations in Use
64
English for Academic Purposes 75
English for Business
Communication 37
English for Business Studies
38
English for Specific Purposes
75
English for the Financial Sector 39
English for the Teacher
73
English Grammar
75
English Grammar in Use
60
English Grammar in Use Online 61
English Grammar in Use
Supplementary Exercises
60
English Grammar Today
62
English Idioms in Use
64
English in Medicine
41
English in Mind Second edition 18
English in Mind Second edition
Combos 18
English Ladder, The
10
English Language Teaching
Materials 72
English Phonetics and Phonolgy 73
English Phrasal Verbs in Use
64
English Profile Studies
74
English Pronunciation Illustrated 65
English Pronunciation in Use
65
English Unlimited
24
English Vocabulary in Use
64
English365 38
Equivalence of Direct and Semi-direct
Speaking Tests,The
76
ESOL Activities
70
Essential BULATS
50
Essential Grammar in Use
59
Essential Grammar in Use
Supplementary Exercises
59
Essential Grammar in Use: French
edition 59
Essential Grammar in Use: German
edition 59
Essential Grammar in Use: Italian
edition 59
Essential Grammar in Use: Spanish
edition 59
Essential Grammar in Use: Thai
edition 59
Essential Telephoning in English 38
European Language Testing in a
Global Context
76
Examining FCE and CAE
76
Examining Listening
76
Examining Reading
76
Examining Speaking
76
Examining Writing
76
Experience of Language
Teaching, The
75
Experimenting with Uncertainty 76
Exploring British Culture
71
Exploring ELF
74
Exploring Language Frameworks 76
Exploring Spoken English
75
Exploring the Dynamics of Second
Language Writing
74
Exploring the Second Language
Mental Lexicon
74
Extensive Reading Activities for
Teaching Language
72
Extensive Reading in the Second
Language Classroom
72
face2face Second edition
Factbooks: Why is it so?

22
13

Fairness and Validation in


Language Assessment
76
Feedback in Second Language
Writing 74
Figurative Language, Genre and
Register 74
Film, TV and Music, Multi-level
activities for teenagers
71
First Certificate Trainer
54
First for Schools Trainer
54
Five-Minute Activities
72
Five-Minute Activities for Business
English 72
Five-Minute Activities for Young
Learners 72
Flightpath 40
Focus on Form in Classroom
Second Language Acquisition 74
Focus on the Language Classroom 75
Four Corners
25
From Corpus to Classroom
75
From Reader to Reading Teacher 72
From Teacher to Manager
75
Fun for Starters, Movers and Flyers 48
Functional English Grammar
72
Games for Grammar Practice
71
Games for Language Learning
71
Games for Vocabulary Practice
71
Genre Analysis
74
Genres Across the Disciplines
74
Get on Stage!
13
Good Practice
41
Grammar Activity Book, The
71
Grammar and Beyond
63
Grammar and Vocabulary
71
Grammar for Business
38
Grammar for English Language
Teachers 73
Grammar Games
63
Grammar in Practice
63
Grammar Practice
20
Grammar Practice Activities,
Second edition
72
Grammar Songs & Raps
13
Group Dynamics in the Language
Classroom 75
Guidelines
33
Hippo and Friends

IELTS and BULATS Self-study


Courses 51
IELTS Blended Learning Course 51
IELTS Collected Papers 2
76
IELTS Collected Papers
76
IELTS Trainer
54
IELTS Washback in Context
76
Imaginative Projects
71
Imagine That!
72
Immersion Education
74
Impact of high-stakes examinations
on classroom teaching, The
76
Impact Theory and Practice
76
In Business
71
In Focus
32
Infotech
39
Insight into PET
50
Insights into Second Language
Reading 74
Instant Academic Skills
35
Instant IELTS
71
Instant PET
71
Interactive 17
Interactive Approaches to Second
Language Reading
74
Interchange Fourth edition
28
Intercultural Language Activities 72
Intercultural Resource Pack
71
Interfaces Between Second
Language Acquisition and
Language Testing Research
74
International Legal English
39
International Negotiations
37
International Story, The
70
Internet and the Language
Classroom, The
72
Intonation in Context
65
Introducing Second Language
Acquisition, Second edition
75
Introduction to International
Legal English
39
Investigation into the Comparability
of Two Tests of English as a
Foreign Language, An
76
Issues in Applied Linguistics
75

Title / Author Index


Issues in Computer-Adaptive
Testing of Reading Proficiency 76
Issues in Testing Business
English 76
Join Us for English

12

Keep Talking
KET for Schools Direct
KET for Schools Trainer
Key Issues in Language Teaching
Kids Box

72
50
54
73
10

Language Activities for Teenagers 72


Language and Linguistics
75
Language and the Internet,
Second edition
75
Language Learning in Distance
Education 75
Language Learning with Digital
Video 72
Language Learning with
Technology 72
Language Management
75
Language of Business
Meetings, The
74
Language Program Evaluation
74
Language Teacher Supervision
75
Language Teaching Awareness
72
Language Teaching Matrix, The 75
Language Test Construction and
Evaluation 75
Language Testing Matters
76
Language to Language
70
Language Transfer
74
Laughing Matters
72
Learner Autonomy
72
Learner English, Second edition 72
Learner Strategy Use and
Performance on Language Tests 76
Learner-Centred Curriculum, The 74
Learners Stories
75
Learning One-to-One
72
Learning Strategies in Second
Language Acquisition
74
Learning to Learn English
70
Learning Vocabulary in Another
Language Second edition
74
Lessons from Good Language
Learners 75
Lessons from Nothing
72
Lets Talk
29
Linguistics at School
75
Linguistics, Second edition
75
Listening Extra
71
Listening in the Language
Classroom 75
Literature and Language Teaching 73
Literature in the Language
Classroom 72
Making Connections
34
Making Progress to First
Certificate 50
Management in English Language
Teaching 75
Materials Development in
Language Teaching
75
Meaningful Action
75
Meanings and Metaphors
71
Measured Constructs
76
Memory Activities for Language
Learning 72
Mentor Courses
73
Messages 16
Methodology in Language
Teaching 75
Modelling and Assessing
Vocabulary 74
Modular Approach to Testing
English Language Skills, A
76
MORE! Second edition
15
Motivating Learners, Motivating
Teachers 75
Motivational Strategies in the
Language Classroom
75
Multilingual Frameworks
76
Multilingual Glossary of Language
Testing Terms
76
Multilingualism and Assessment 76
Multiple Intelligences in EFL
72
Needs Analysis for Language
Course Design
40
Narrative Research in Applied
Linguistics 74
NetLanguages 65

Network-Based Language
Teaching 74
New Directions
33
New Insight into IELTS
50
Newland Street
20
Objective 45
Official Cambridge English exam
preparation 42
Official Cambridge Guide to
IELTS, The
49
Official IELTS Practice Materials 55
Official Top Tips for CAE, The
56
Official Top Tips for FCE, The
56
Official Top Tips for PET, The
56
Once Upon a Time
72
Online and blended learning
6
Online assessment
7
Online Practice Tests
54
Pairwork and Groupwork, Multi-level
activities for teenagers
71
Passages
29
Past Paper Packs
55
Performance and Competence in
Second Language Acquisition 75
Performance Testing, Cognition
and Assessment
76
Personalizing Language Learning 72
PET Direct
50
Phonetics: A Coursebook
75
Pictures for Language Learning 72
Planning Lessons and Courses
72
Playway to English Second edition 12
Practical Faster Reading
70
Practice in a Second Language 74
Practice Teaching, A Reflective
Approach 73
Practice tests
52
Practice Tests for IGCSE English
as a Second Language
77
Practicum in TESOL, A
72
Pragmatics in Language Teaching 74
Preliminary for Schools Trainer
54
Preparation for the TOEIC & TOEFL
Tests 41
Present Yourself
70
Primary Activity Box
71
Primary Colours
11
Primary Communication Box
71
Primary Curriculum Box
71
Primary Grammar Box
71
Primary i-Box
12
Primary i-Dictionary
12
Primary Music Box
71
Primary Pronunciation Box
71
Primary Reading Box
71
Primary Vocabulary Box
71
Professional Development for
Language Teachers
72
Professional English in Use
40
Professional English in Use
Engineering 40
Professional English in Use
Finance 40
Professional English in Use ICT 40
Professional English in Use Law 40
Professional English in Use
Management 40
Professional English in Use
Marketing 40
Professional English in Use
Medicine 40
Pronunciation for Advanced
Learners of English
65
Pronunciation Games
71
Pronunciation of English, The
65
Pronunciation Practice Activities 72
Pronunciation Tasks
65
Psychology for Language Teachers 75
Qualitative Approach to the Validation
of Oral Language Tests, A
76
Quizzes, Questionnaires and
Puzzles 71
Read This!
34
Reading Extra
71
Reading in a Second Language 74
Real Listening and Speaking
70
Real Reading
70
Real Writing
70
Reflective Teaching in Second
Language Classrooms
72
Replication Research in Applied
Linguistics 74
Research Genres
74

Research Methods in Language


Learning 75
Research Perspectives on English
for Academic Purposes
74
Researching and Applying
Metaphor 74
Resources for the IB Diploma
77
Roles of Language in CLIL, The 75
Rules, Patterns and Words
75
Safe Sailing
40
Second Language Classrooms
74
Second Language Curriculum, The 74
Second Language Listening
72
Second Language Needs Analysis 74
Second Language Teacher
Education 75
Second Language Vocabulary
Acquisition 74
Second Language Writing
72, 74
Self-Directed Teacher, The
72
Ship or Sheep?
65
Short Stories
70
Singing Grammar
71
Skills and Language for Study
33
Skills for Effective Writing
34
Sociolinguistics and Language
Teaching 74
Sociolinguistics of
Globalization, The
75
Speaking Extra
71
Speaking Test Preparation Packs 55
Spoken Language and Applied
Linguistics 75
Standby Book, The
72
Statistical Analyses for Language
Assessment 76
Step Up to IELTS
50
Stories, Narrative activities in the
language classroom
72
Storyfun for Starters, Movers and
Flyers 48
Strategic Reading
70
Studies in Language Testing
76
Study Listening
35
Study of Language Fifth
edition, The
75
Study Reading
35
Study Skills in English
35
Study Speaking
35
Study Tasks in English
35
Study Writing
35
Success International English

Skills for IGCSE 77


Super Minds
9
Target Score
41
Task-Based Language Education 74
Task-Based Language Teaching 75
Tasks for Language Teachers
73
Teach Business English
72
Teach English
73
Teacher Language Awareness
75
Teacher Learning in Language
Teaching 75
Teacher Research in Language
Teaching 74
Teacher Training Essentials
73
Teacher Training, Professional
Development and Research
3
Teachers as Course Developers 72
Teachers in Action
73
Teachers Narrative Inquiry as
Professional Development
72
Teaching Adult Second Language
Learners 72
Teaching Children English
73
Teaching English Spelling
72
Teaching Languages to Young
Learners 75
Teaching Large Multilevel Classes 72
Teaching Listening Comprehension 72
Teaching Pronunciation, Second
edition 75
Teaching Speaking
72
Teaching the Spoken Language 75
Teaching Young Learners to Think 13
Teen videos
20
Teen World, Multi-level activities
for teenagers
71
Telephoning in English
38
Test Taker Characteristics and
Test Performance
76
Testing for Language Teachers,
Second edition
75
Testing Reading Through Summary 76

Testing Spoken Language


72
Testing the Spoken English of
Young Norwegians
76
Text, Role and Context
74
TKT Course CLIL Module, The
73
TKT Course Training Activities
CD-ROM, The
73
TKT Course KAL Module, The
73
TKT Course Modules 1, 2
and 3, The
73
TKT Course Modules 1, 2 and 3
Online, The
73
TKT Course Modules 1, 2 and 3
Online, The
73
TKT Course, The
73
Top Tips
56
Top Tips for IELTS Academic and
General Training
56
Touchstone Second edition
26
Trainers 54
Training Foreign Language
Teachers 73
Transcribing the Sound of English 75
Translation and Own-language
Activities 72
Tree or Three?
65
Understanding Communication in
Second Language Classrooms 72
Understanding English Grammar 75
Understanding Expertise in
Teaching 74
Understanding Research in
Second Language Learning
75
Unlock 30
Using Authentic Video in the
Language Classroom
72
Using Corpora in the Language
Classroom 72
Using Folktales
72
Using Newspapers in the
Classroom 72
Using Surveys in Language
Programs 75
Using the Board in the Language
Classroom 72
Values, Philosophies, and Beliefs in
TESOL, Making a statement
75
Ventures Second edition
29
Verbal Protocol Analysis in
Language Testing Research
76
Viewpoint 27
Vocabulary Activities
72
Vocabulary in Language Teaching 72
Vocabulary in Practice
63
Vocabulary in Use
38
Vocabulary, Description, Acquisition
and Pedagogy
75
Voices from the Language
Classroom 75
Way to Go!
20
Way with Words, A,
71
Ways of Doing
72
Waystage, Threshold and Vantage 75
Welcome! 41
Whats it Like?
70
Words at Work
38
Working with Images
72
Working with Words
72
World Englishes
75
Write to be Read
33
Writers Workbook, A
33
Writers at Work
34
Writers at Work: From Sentence
to Paragraph
34
Writers at Work: The Essay
34
Writers at Work: The Paragraph 34
Writers at Work: The Short
Composition 34
Writing Extra
71
Writing for Advanced Learners
of English
70
Writing for Impact
37
Writing from Within
33
Writing Matters
70
Writing Skills
70
Writing Simple Poems
72
Your Space

14

Aebersold, J. A.
72
Akkramas, S.
59
Albery, D.
73
Alderson, J. C.
75, 76
Allen, P.
74
Allum, V.
40
Allwright, R.
75
Altenberg, E. P.
75
Anderson, K.
35
Andrews, S.
75
Armer, T.
40
Arndt, V.
75
Arnold, J.
72, 75
ACCA 39
Aspinall, P.
69
Atkinson, M.
75
Austen, M.
69
Babenko, E.
70
Bachman, L. F.
74, 76
Bailey, K. M.
75
Baker, A.
65
Bamford, J.
72
Banks, T.
37
Barbisan, C.
20
Barkhuizen, G.
74
Barrell, J.
69
Barry, M.
77
Battersby, A.
69
Benson, P.
75
Bentley, K.
71, 73
Bentley, M.
68
Betteridge, D.
72
Bettersby, A.
69
Bilbrough, N.
72
Bitterlin, G.
29
Black, M.
45
Blass, L.
34
Blommaert, J.
75
Bodsczky, C.
73
Bohlke, D.
25
Borg, S.
74
Boyd, E.
70
Brazil, D.
75
Breen, M. P.
75
Brennan, F.
68, 69
Brinton, D.
75
Britain, D.
75
British Council, The
54
Broadhead, A.
45
Brook-Hart, G.
46, 51, 71
Brookes, A.
72
Brown, A.
76
Brown, G.
40, 75
Brown, K.
75
Brown, S.
70
Brown, K.
33
Browne, C.
32
Buck, G.
76
Buckby, M.
72
Budden, J.
17, 71
Bunting, J.
63
Burden, R.
75
Burns, A.
72, 74, 75
Cameron, L.
74, 75
Campbell, B.
77
Campbell, C.
68, 69
Canestri, Captain S.
40
Capel, A.
45
Carrell, P.
74
Carter, R.
62, 74, 75
Carter, R.
18
Celce-Murcia, M.
75
Ceramella, N.
40
Chalhoub-Deville, M.
76
Chapelle, C.
74
CIM 40
Chaudron, C.
74
Cheng, L.
76
Chin, P.
34
Chin, E.
71
Choi, Inn-Chull
76
Clahsen, H.
75
Clapham, C.
75, 76
Clark, D.
38, 50
Clark, R.
38
Clementson, T.
24
Clover, L.
68
Coady, J.
74
Cohen, A. D.
74
Collie, J.
72
Connor, U.
74
Coombe, C.
74
Corbett, J.
72
Cordell, J.
71
Cosgrove, A.
70

79

Author Index
Council of Europe
Cox, M.
Coyle, Do
Craven, M.
Crookes, G.
Crowther-Alwyn, J.
Crystal, D.
Cullen, P.
Culligan, B.
Cummins, J.
Cunningham, G.
Cushing-Weigle, S.

75
77
75
16, 71
72, 75
71
75
49, 56
32
74
22
76

Daish, S.
77
Dale, L.
72
Daller, H.
74
DaSilva Iddings, A. C.
72
Davidson, F.
76
Davidson, P.
74
Davies, A.
76
Davis, F.
20
Davis, P.
72
Day, J.
20, 40
Day, R. R.
72
Dean Brown, J.
75
Deignan, A.
74
DeKeyser, R.
74
Denham, K.
75
Devine, J.
74
Dignen, B.
37, 38
Dimond-Bayir, S.
30
Diniz, L.
63
Dobbs, J.
72
Doff, A.
24, 73
Donna, S.
72
Drnyei, Z.
75
Doughty, C.
74
Douglas, D.
76
Downes, C.
40
Driscoll, L.
56, 63, 71
Driver, P.
72
Dubin, F.
75
Dudeney, G.
72
Dudley-Evan, T.
75
Duff, A.
72
Dymond, S.
54
Eckstut-Didier, S.
Edwards, L.
Elder, C.
Elliot, S.
Ellis, R.
Emmerson, P.
Eskey, D. E.
Esling, J.
Espeseth, M.
Espinosa, T.
Evans, D.
Everett-Camplin, H.
Evans, D.

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Falvey, P.
Farrall, C.
Farrell, T. S. C.
Feunteun, A.
Field, J.
Filipovi, L.
Firth, M.
Fletcher, C.
Flinders, S.
Flowerdew, J.
Ford, M.
Fournier, B.
Freeman, D.
French, A.

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Gairns, R.
72
Galaczi, E. D.
76
Gallivan, L.
54
Gammidge, M.
71
Garca Clemente, F.
61
Gardner, P. S.
33
Gardner, S.
74
Gargagliano, A.
33
Garside, T.
38
Garside, B.
38, 72
Gear, J.
41
Gear, R.
41
Gebhard, J. G.
72
Gelshenen, R.
35
Genesse, F.
72
Geranpayeh, A.
76
Gerngross, G. 9, 12, 13, 15, 72
Gershon, S.
70
Gilbert, J. B.
65
Glasberg, J.
13
Glendinning, E.
35, 40, 41
Goh, C.
72

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Goldstein, B.
Golombek, P. R.
Gooch, F.
Goodey, D.
Goodey, N.
Goodwin, J.
Gordon, D.
Gower, R.
Grabe, W.
Graves, K.
Green, A. J. F.
Green, A.
Greenall, S.
Greenwood, J.
Grellet, F.
Griffiths, C.
Griffiths, G.
Grove, E.
Grundy, P.
Guse, J.

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Hadkins, H.
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Hagger, S.
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Haines, S.
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Hall, D.
42
Hamiliton, N.
72
Hamp-Lyons, L.
35
Hancock, M.
20, 71
Hancock, P.
69
Handford, M.
36, 74
Harding-Esch, E.
75
Harley, B.
74
Harmer, J.
69
Harrison, L.
70
Harvey, P.
75
Harwood, N.
72
Hashemi, L.
45, 54, 56, 60
Hasselgren, A.
76
Hatch, E.
75
Hawkey, R.
76
Hawkins, J.
74
Hayden, B.
37
Head, K.
71
Heasley, B.
35
Hendra, L. A.
24
Hennard-Dutheil de la
Rochre, M.
59
Henstock, C.
33
Herdon, T.
68
Herschensohn, J.
75
Hess, N.
72
Hewings, M. 32, 56, 62, 72
Heyderman, E.
44, 46
Hicks, D.
11
Hill, D. A.
69
Hill, K.
76
Hinkel, E.
74
Hobbs, M.
16
Hockley, A.
75
Hodge, R.
75
Holcombe, G.
12
Holmes, V.
72
Holmstrm, B.
35, 41
Holzmann, C.
15
Hood, P.
75
Hood, S.
33
Hopkins, D.
56
Hornberger, N. H.
74
Horner, D.
38
House, P.
10
House, S.
10
Howard, R.
40
Huckin, T.
74
Hughes, A.
75
Huhta, M.
40
Huizhong, Y.
76
Hull, J.
28
Hunston, S.
74
Hutchinson, T.
75
Hyland, F.
74
Hyland, K.
72, 74
Iannuzzi, S.
Ibbotson, M.
Ireland, S.
Iwashita, N.

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Jacobs, G. M.
72
Jakeman, V.
46, 49, 50, 53
James, P.
73
Johns, A. M.
74
Johnson, D.
29
Johnson, E.
32
Johnson, K. E.
72
Johnson, M.
68, 69
Jones, D.
58
Jones, L.
29, 41, 50
Jones, N.
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Jordan, R. R.
Kanaoka, Y.
Kasper, G.
Kay, J.
Keith Johnson, R.
Keohane, K.
Kern, R.
Kerr, P.
Kershaw, G.
Khalifa, H.
Kingsley, S.
Kirkpatrick, A.
Klippel, F.
Knight, G.
Knight, R. A.
Koda, K.
Koester, A.
Koizumi, Y.
Kosta, J.
Kster, A.
Krois-Lindner, A.
Kroll, B.
Kubanyiova, M.
Kunnan, A. J.

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Lamb, C.
72
Lane, S.
35
Lansford, L.
30
Laughner, M. S.
75
Lazar, G.
71, 73
Leaney, C.
72
Leather, S.
68, 69
Lee Field, M.
72
Lee McKay, S.
72, 74
Lee, E.
40
Levy, M.
16, 71
Lewis, S.
17
Lewis-Jones, P. 9, 11, 15, 18, 20
Lindsley, M.
40
Lindstromberg, S.
72
Lisboa, M.
36
Littlejohn, A.
11, 38, 75
Littlemore, J.
74
Littlewood, W.
75
Llinares, A.
75
Long, M. H.
74
Lloyd, M.
20
Loader, M.
68, 69
Lobeck, A.
75
Lock, G.
72
Lockhart, C.
72
Lou Leaver, B.
75
Low, G.
74
Lucantoni, P.
77
Lucia Zaorob, M.
71
Lumley, T.
76
Luoma, S.
76
Lynch, B. K
74
Lynch, T.
35
MacAndrew, R.
68, 69
MacKenzie, I. 38, 39, 40, 59
Mackey, D.
34
Maclean, J.
35
Madylus, O.
71
Malderez, A.
73
Maley, A.
69, 72
Malmkjaer, K.
75
Mansfield, K.
68
Marco Fabr, E.
40
Mark, G.
62, 64
Marks, J.
67
Marsh, D.
75
Marsland, B.
72
Martin, M.
75
Martyniuk, W.
76
Mascull, B.
38
Matthews, B.
33
Matthews, L.
44, 56
Mauranen, A.
74
Maurer Smolder, C.
71
May, P.
44, 46, 54
McCafferty, S.G.
72
McCarten, J.
26, 27, 38
McCarthy, M. 26, 27, 32, 35,
38, 62, 64, 75
McCartney, E.
75
McCullagh, M.
41
McDowell, C.
50, 53
McEntire, J.
34
McGarr, P.
42
McGiffin, J.
69
McKay, H.
72
McKay, S. L.
74
McKay, P.
72, 76
McKeegan, D.
46
Mckeown, A.
40

McKnight, L.
McNair, A.
McNamara, T.
Medgyes, P.
Merrill Valdes, J.
Milanovic, M.
Miller, J.
Miller, L.
Milton, J.
Moore, J.
Morgan, J.
Morrison, D.
Moses, A.
Morton, T.
Moulton, M.R.
Murgatroyd, N.
Murphey, T.
Murphy, R.
Murrell, S.

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Nagliati, P.
Naterop, B. J.
Nation, I. S. P.
Naylor, H.
Neilsen, R.
Nesi, H.
Nettle, M.
Newsome J. M.
Nixon, C.
Norton, B.
Nunan, D.
Nuttall, J.

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O'Connor, J. D.
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ODell, F. 35, 45, 54, 64, 71
OHara, F.
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OKeeffe, A.
62, 75
OLoughlin, K. J.
76
OMalley, J. M.
74
ONeil, M.
37
ONeill, R.
30
OSullivan, B.
74, 76
Obee, B.
71
Odlin, T.
74
Olshtain, E.
75
Oprandy, R.
72
Ostrowska, S.
30
Pakenham, K. J.
34
Pallini, L.
59
Palmer, G.
71
Parrott, M.
73
Payne, T.
75
Peacock, M.
74
Peters, P.
74, 75
Phillips, J.
32
Pitt, A.
36
Porte, G.
74
Powell, D.
56
Powell, M.
37
Price-Machado, D.
29
Proctor, S.
28
Prowse, P.
68, 69
Puchta, H. 9, 12, 15, 18, 20, 72
Pulverness, A.
73
Purpura, J.
76
Pye, G.
63
Radford, A.
75
Ramirez, S.
29
Randall, M.
73
Rea, D.
24
Read, J.
76
Redman, S.
64, 71, 72
Redston, C.
22
Reed, S.
71
Reid, S.
34
Remacha Esteras, S.
39, 40
Renandya, W.
75
Reppen, R.
63, 72
Revell, R.
38
Rib, R.
20
Rice, S.
40
Richards, J. C. 20, 25, 28, 29,
70, 72, 73, 74, 75
Riley, P.
75
Rimmer, W.
20
Rinvolucri, M.
72
Roach, P.
58, 73
Robinson, A.
48
Robinson, N.
40
Robinson, P.
74
Rodgers, T. S.
74
Rollason, J.
68
Rose, K. R.
74
Rosenberg, M.
71
Ryan, K.
76

Sanabria, C.
33
Sanabria, K.
33
Sanderson, P.
72
Sandford, G.
40
Sandiford, H.
26, 27
Sandy, C.
20, 29
Savage, A.
34, 63
Savage, L.
29
Saville, N.
76
Saville-Troike, M.
75
Saxby, K.
48, 54
Scharle, .
72
Schmitt, N.
72, 75
Scott, K.
10
Scott-Malden, S.
69
Scrivener, J.
72
Seal, B.
33
Selby, C.
8
Semino, E.
74
Senior, R.
75
Setter, J.
58
Sharp, W.
45
Shaw, S. D.
76
Shawcross, P.
40
Shekhtman, B.
75
Shemesh, R.
72
Sherman, J.
72
Shiotsu, T.
76
Sinclair, B.
72
Singleton, D.
74
Singleton, J.
34
Slade, D.
75
Slater, S.
72
Smallwood, I.
33
Smalzer, W. R.
33, 59
Smith, Jo
70, 71
Smith, B.
69, 72
Smith, D.
70
Smoke, T.
33
Sowton, C.
30
Spack, R.
33, 70
Spolsky, B.
75
Spratt, M.
73
St John, M.J.
75
Stafford-Yilmaz, L.
34
Stanley, G.
72
Starr Keddle, J.
14
Stephens, B.
37
Stimson, M.
75
Stoynoff, S.
74
Stranks, J.
15, 18, 20
Strauch, A. O.
34
Strutt, P.
38
Sunderland, P.
45
Swain, M.
74
Swales, J.
74
Swan, M.
72
Sweeney, S.
37, 38
Szab, A.
72
Talcott, C.
43
Tanner, R.
72
Tayfoor, S.
56
Taylor, E.
72
Taylor, L.
76
Tench, P.
75
Thaine, C.
32, 73
Thomas, A.
44
Thomas, B.
44, 45, 54, 56
Thornbury, S.
72, 73, 75
Thornton, B.
73
Tilbury, A.
24
Tiliouine, H.
54
Tims, N.
68
Tomlinson, B.
69, 75
Tomlinson, M.
10, 12, 71
Toohey, K.
74
Townsend, L.
64
TransLegal 39
Treffers-Daller, J.
74
Treloar, F.
44
Trim, J.
75
Tsui, A.
74
Tudor, I.
75
Tulkki, H.
32
Tullis, G.
43
Uhl Chamot, A.
Underhill, N.
Upshur, J.
Ur, P.
Utley, D.

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Vago, R.
Vale, D.
Van den Branden, K.
Van der Horst Jansen, J.
Vidakovi, I.

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Viney, B.
Vogt, K.
Wajnryb, R.
Walker, C.
Wall, D.
Wallace, M. J.
Waller, S.
Wallwork, A.
Walsh, C.
Walter, E.
Warschauer, M.
Waters, M.
Waters, A.
Watkins, P.
Weir, C.
Welling, J.
Westbrook, C.
Wharton, J.
Whettem, E.
Whitby, N.
White, C.
White, N.
White, R.
Whittaker, R.
Wicks, M.
Wieczorek, A.
Will, S.
Williams, J.
Williams, J.
Williams, M.
Williams, M.
Willis, D.
Wilson, J.
Wisniewska, I.
Woodford, K.
Woodward, T.
Wray, S.
Wright, A.
Wright, R.
Wright, T.

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Yamazaki, Y.
Yan, J.
Yule, G.

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Zaorob, M.L.
Zemach, D. E.

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