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Cambridge English Teaching and Learning materials 2015

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Cambridge titles recommended for use


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UK Adult ESOL Core Curriculum maps for:
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Practice Citizenship test: to help your
students prepare for the Life in the UK test
Lots of useful resources including level tests,
worksheets and quizzes to use with the in Use
(see page 73, 74, 75) and Cambridge English
Readers series (see pages 82-83)

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Contents
Schools: Pre-Primary 10 Exams 55 Readers 80
NEW Super Safari

Schools: Primary

10

12

NEW Super Minds Presentation Plus DVD-ROM

12

NEW Super Minds Tests CD-ROM

12

NEW Kids Box Second edition Levels 3-6

14

Schools: Secondary
NEW Eyes Open

18
18

Adult 29
NEW Cambridge English Empower

30

NEW face2face Second edition Presentation Plus 32


NEW Passages Third edition

Academic Skills

39

40

NEW Cambridge English Key for Schools


Practice Testbank

Cambridge Experience Readers:


57, 71

NEW Cambridge English Preliminary for Schools


Practice Testbank
57, 71
NEW Cambridge English First for Schools
Practice Testbank

57, 71

NEW Cambridge English First


Practice Testbank

57, 71

NEW Cambridge English Advanced


Practice Testbank

57, 71

NEW Cambridge English Prepare!

58

NEW Cambridge English Young Learners 9

68

NEW Cambridge English Proficiency 2

69

NEW Cambridge IELTS 10

69

NEW First for Schools Trainer Second edition

70

NEW First Trainer Second edition

70

NEW Advanced Trainer Second edition

70

NEW Fun for Starters, Movers and Flyers


Third edition

60

NEW Compact First Second edition

61

NEW Compact First for Schools Second edition

61

NEW Compact Advanced

61

NEW Complete First Second edition eBook

62

NEW Complete Advanced Second edition eBook 62

English for Academic


Purposes 42
NEW English for Academics

45

Professional and
Vocational 46
NEW Business Advantage eBooks

46

NEW Business Plus

48

TOEIC and TOEFL 51


Dictionaries 52

NEW London
NEW As Others See Us
NEW Sherlock

82
82
82

Skills 84
NEW Present Yourself Second edition

85

NEW Writing Skills Interactive

85

Professional
Development 86
Cambridge Handbooks for Language Teachers:
NEW Discussions and More
NEW Language Learning with Digital Video

87
87

Cambridge Applied Linguistics:


NEW Multilingual Education

89

English Profile Studies:


NEW Immigrant Pupils Learn English
NEW The CEFR in Practice

89
89

NEW Key Issues in Language Teaching


Paperback edition

88

NEW Grammar and Vocabulary for First and First


for Schools
72
NEW Grammar and Vocabulary for Advanced

72

NEW Objective Advanced Fourth edition


Presentation Plus

64

NEW Objective Proficiency Second edition


Presentation Plus

64

Title and Author


Index

92

NEW The Official Cambridge Guide to IELTS App 66

Grammar / Vocabulary /
Pronunciation 73
NEW Essential Grammar in Use Fourth edition

73

NEW Essential Grammar in Use Fourth edition


eBook

73

NEW Essential Grammar in Use Supplementary


Exercises Third edition

73

Key to symbols

American English
eSample available online

Cambridge English Corpus (see page 5)


englishprofile.org

App

Presentation Plus Classroom Presentation


Software
Cambridge Learning Management System
(see page 7)

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COURSE

CAMBRIDGE EXAMS

PAGE

CEFR LEVEL

Hippo and Friends

Pre-starters

11

Pre-A1

NEW
Super Safari

Pre-starters

10

Pre-A1

Super Minds

Starters
Movers
Flyers
Preliminary (for Schools)

12

Pre-A1

A1

A2

B1

NEW
Kids Box
Second edition

Starters
Movers
Flyers

14

Pre-A1

A1

A2

Primary Colours

Starters
Movers
Flyers

16

Pre-A1

A1

A2

Playway to English
Second edition

Starters
Movers

16

Pre-A1

A1

NEW
Eyes Open

Key (for Schools)


Preliminary (for Schools)

18

A1

A2

B1

B1+

MORE!
Second edition

Movers
Key (for Schools)
Preliminary (for Schools)

20

A1

A2

B1

Your Space

Movers
Key (for Schools)

22

A1

A2

Messages

Movers
Key (for Schools)
Preliminary (for Schools)

23

A1

A2

B1

English in Mind
Second edition

Movers
Key (for Schools)
Preliminary (for Schools)
First (for Schools)
Advanced

24

A1

A2

B1

B2

C1

Interactive

Key (for Schools)


Preliminary (for Schools)
First (for Schools)

26

A2

B1

B2

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Pre-Primary

Join Super Safari for a super start to learning


A1

Think! pages develop


thinking skills

NEW Super Safari


Herbert Puchta, Gnter Gerngross and
Peter Lewis-Jones
COMPLETE BEGINNER
90 hours extendable to 180

Based on the successful pedagogy of Super


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as three on their first learning adventure. With its
holistic approach of becoming smart the course
supports all aspects of learners development by
improving their memory, thinking and motorsensory skills as well as language and social skills.
Becoming smart approach develops
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Super Safari Pupils Book 2

Lovable characters and colourful stories


introduce children to new language as well
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values

Plan and deliver super


lessons with interactive
content and interactive
whiteboard tools

Children will also love songs, creative arts and


crafts and TPR activities which make learning
fun and develop their motor-sensory skills

Available as a DVD-ROM
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Teaching English with phonics gives children


the building blocks for fluent reading and
spelling skills
With engaging CLIL sections young learners
discover the fascinating world around them
Resources for learners
Engaging animations of songs and fun games
in every unit on the Pupils Book DVD-ROM
Resources for teachers
Presentation Plus this powerful interface
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Super Safari Presentation Plus

With cross-curricular
(CLIL) pages children
discover the world
around them in English

DVD for teachers with animated stories and


songs to keep children engaged
cambridge.org/supersafari
Available in American English
NEW Super Safari American English
Visit our website or contact your Cambridge
University Press representative for details.
cambridge.org/supersafari/ame

Super Safari Pupils Book 2


10

For more information about our digital products see page 6

Pre-Primary
Engaging stories
introduce children to
social values

A1

Hippo and Friends


A popular pre-school course for
35 year-olds
Claire Selby with Lesley McKnight

Super Safari Pupils Book 2

Family Fun content


engages parents and
children in fun learning
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COMPLETE BEGINNER
60 teaching hours, extendable to 80 hours

Hippo and Friends uses a song and story-based


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a way that comes naturally at this age. Actions
and activities further reinforce learning. The four
lovable characters, Hippo, Monkey, Dog and
Cat, provide a safe and friendly setting for each
English lesson.
cambridge.org/hippo

Super Safari Pupils Book 1


NEW Super Safari
Available January 2015
Pupil's Book with DVD-ROM
Activity Book
Teacher's Book
Class Audio CDs (2)
Flashcards (Pack of 40)
Flashcards (Pack of 71)
Flashcards (Pack of 78)
Presentation Plus DVD-ROM
DVD-ROM
Posters (10)
Parrot Puppet

Level 1
978-1-107-47667-7
978-1-107-47669-1
978-1-107-47670-7
978-1-107-47673-8
978-1-107-47679-0

978-1-107-47682-0
978-1-107-47687-5
978-1-107-47729-2

See also
Cambridge
Storybooks
Page 17

Montys Alphabet
Book
Page 14

For more information about our digital products see page 6

Level 2
978-1-107-47688-2
978-1-107-47689-9
978-1-107-47690-5
978-1-107-47691-2

978-1-107-47692-9

978-1-107-47699-8
978-1-107-47704-9

Level 3
978-1-107-47707-0
978-1-107-47708-7
978-1-107-47709-4
978-1-107-47712-4

978-1-107-47716-2
978-1-107-47720-9
978-1-107-47728-5

Levels 1-3

978-1-107-47732-2

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

Level 1
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

Level 2
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

All Levels
Hippo Puppet

978-0-521-68022-6

In Spain Hippo and Friends is produced and distributed in


association with Ediciones SM. Please contact Ediciones SM for
details: cambridge-sm.net

11

Schools: Primary

Enhances childrens thinking skills and creativity


A1 A2 B1

Super Minds
Herbert Puchta, Gnter Gerngross and
Peter Lewis-Jones
COMPLETE BEGINNER TO PRE-INTERMEDIATE
200 teaching hours, extendable to 320 hours
Nominated British Council ELTons Awards 2013:
Excellence in Course Innovation

Written by a highly respected author team, Super


Minds has been carefully crafted to help your
students achieve their full potential.
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.

Digital resources for teachers


NEW Presentation Plus this powerful
interface puts all your student and teaching
resources in one place: complete course
content, teacher resources, interactive
whiteboard tools, video and audio programs,
and access to the Cambridge Learning
Management System, all on one easy-to-use
platform
NEW Online LMS to track pupils progress
and develop your skills with online teacher
training
NEW Tests CD-ROMs with unit tests, review
tests and end-of-level tests

See also
Teaching Young Learners to Think
Page 17
Cambridge Young Readers
Page 17

cambridge.org/superminds
Available in American English
Super Minds American English

The course methodically enhances your


students thinking skills, training their
memory and improving their concentration

cambridge.org/superminds/ame

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

Bring your classes to life with all of


the course resources and interactive
whiteboard tools in one convenient
place

Two-page CLIL sections encourage students


to apply English to the world around them

Available as a DVD-ROM or an App

Digital resources for learners


NEW Online activities (levels 1-6) reinforce
essential language points
The Students Book DVD-ROM features
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
Also available
Super Safari
Perfect preparation for Super Minds.

Super Minds Presentation Plus 2

12

For more information about our digital products see page 6

Schools: Primary
Children explore social
values with friendly
characters and lively
stories

At last! A course book


that makes students
think!
Lilian Karamariou, Teacher, Greece

CLIL sections develop


thinking skills and
bring the world into
the classroom

Super Minds Presentation Plus 2

Super Minds Students Book 2


Super Minds
Students Book with DVD-ROM
Workbook with Online Resources
Teachers Book
Teachers Resource Book with Audio CD*
Class Audio CDs (3)
Flashcards (78)**
NEW Posters (10)
NEW Presentation Plus DVD-ROM

NEW Tests CD-ROM

Starter
Level 1
Level 2
978-0-521-14852-8
978-0-521-14855-9
978-0-521-14859-7
978-0-521-14853-5
978-0-521-14857-3
978-0-521-14860-3
978-0-521-21433-9
978-0-521-22061-3
978-0-521-21957-0
978-1-107-64013-9
978-1-107-66604-7
978-1-107-68367-9
978-0-521-21434-6
978-0-521-22136-8
978-1-107-67406-6
978-0-521-22163-4
978-0-521-22026-2
978-0-521-21941-9
***978-1-107-42782-2 ***978-1-107-42782-2 ***978-1-107-42782-2
978-1-107-44119-4
978-1-107-44123-1 978-1-107-44126-2
Levels 1-2
978-1-107-42962-8

Levels 3-4
978-1-107-42963-5

Level 3
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

978-1-107-42982-6
978-1-107-44129-3

Level 4
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

978-1-107-42980-2
978-1-107-44130-9

Level 5
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

978-1-107-42977-2
978-1-107-44131-6

Level 6
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

978-0-521-21472-8
978-1-107-44133-0

Levels 5-6
978-1-107-42964-2

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


**Flashcards (103) for Levels 1 and 2
***Posters (15) for Starter, Levels 1 and Level 2 (combined)
For more information about our digital products see page 6

13

Schools: Primary

The fun course for


seriously good results!
A1 A2

NEW Kids Box


Second edition
Caroline Nixon and Michael Tomlinson
COMPLETE BEGINNER TO HIGH ELEMENTARY
Suitable for YLE preparation
100 teaching hours, extendable to 250 hours
Nominated British Council ELTons Awards 2009:
For Interactive DVD

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.

level Class Book


The award-nominated Interactive DVD
reinforces language in a fun and memorable
way with animations, songs and games
Tests CD-ROMs
Prepare students for YLE and track their
progress
General English and YLE-based tests with
answer keys and audio for listening
Customisable unit tests
Review and end-of-level tests
cambridge.org/kidsbox
See also
Fun for Starters, Movers and Flyers
Page 60

Also available
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.
Super Safari
Perfect preparation for Kids Box.

Available in American English


NEW Kids Box Second edition American
English
A seven-level American English version of
Kids Box is also available

NEW in the Second edition:


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Presentation Plus has


all the digital resources
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whiteboard tools you
need to bring your
classes to life

Online activities for every unit work can be


tracked and reviewed in the online learning
management system (LMS)
CLIL sections build childrens knowledge of
other subjects through English and Values
pages develop their social awareness

Available as a DVD-ROM or an App

Phonics sections improve reading, spelling


and pronunciation skills
Starter level provides extra pre-literacy
support
Digital resources for learners
Online activities (levels 1-6) reinforce essential
language points
CD-ROM activities accompany the Starter

Kids Box Second edition Presentation Plus 2

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Values pages develop
childrens social
awareness

CLIL lessons extend childrens


language skills through learning
about other subjects

Kids Box Second edition Students Book 3

Kids Box Second edition Students Book 3


Kids Box Second edition
Class Book with CD-ROM
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
NEW Presentation Plus
Posters

Starter
978-1-107-65986-5

978-1-107-69032-5
978-1-107-64373-4
978-1-107-67220-8
978-1-107-66022-9

978-1-107-63114-4
978-1-107-67694-7
978-1-107-66603-0

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

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

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

NEW Level 3
978-1-107-65450-1

NEW Level 4
978-1-107-65685-7

NEW Level 5
978-1-107-62891-5

NEW Level 6
978-1-107-66983-3

978-1-107-64400-7

978-1-107-66146-2

978-1-107-69911-3

978-1-107-63615-6

978-1-107-65248-4
978-1-107-65464-8

978-1-107-62905-9
978-1-107-66711-2

978-1-107-66921-5
978-1-107-67521-6

978-1-107-65463-1
978-1-107-64502-8

978-1-107-66647-4

978-1-107-65849-3

978-1-107-62962-2

978-1-107-66629-0

978-1-107-67585-8
978-1-107-64380-2

978-1-107-66611-5
978-1-107-65461-7

978-1-107-65724-3

978-1-107-63229-5

Available January 2015


Pupil's Book
Activity Book with Online
Resources
Teacher's Book
Class Audio CDs
Teacher's Resource Book with
Online Audio
Flashcards (103)*
Language Portfolio
Interactive DVD (NTSC) with
Teacher's Booklet
NEW Presentation Plus

978-1-107-69691-4

978-1-107-65564-5

978-1-107-66372-5

978-1-107-66995-6

978-1-107-43187-4

978-1-107-43244-4

978-1-107-43250-5

978-1-107-43252-9

*Flashcards (109) for Level 3


Kids Box First edition is still available. Visit our website for details.
French, Polish, Spanish and Greek versions are also available. Please contact your local Cambridge University Press
representative for details.

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A1 A2

A1

A1

Primary Colours

The English Ladder

Playway to English

Diana Hicks and Andrew Littlejohn

Susan House, Katharine Scott and Paul House

Second edition

COMPLETE BEGINNER TO HIGH ELEMENTARY

BEGINNER TO LOW-ELEMENTARY

Strong focus on cognitive development

70 teaching hours, extendable to 150 hours

60 teaching hours, extendable to 80 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.

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.

Gnter Gerngross and Herbert Puchta


COMPLETE BEGINNER TO HIGH BEGINNER

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

The Starter level provides a full year of work and


focuses on listening and speaking. Level 1 is for
children who are ready to deal with all four skills.
From level 4 onwards, learners integrate the
skills they have learned through cross-curricular
Know it all sections, focusing on areas such as
geography, history and science.

A CLIL feature in every unit focuses on


core subjects such as science and maths,
extending the pupils interaction with English

A cross-curricular focus, presented through


interesting topics and engaging characters

cambridge.org/englishladder

Regular revision pages, and I can sections in


the Activity Books allow children to evaluate
their progress, giving them a real sense of
achievement
The Teachers Book offers step-by-step
guidance and contains a bank of extra
materials and support, including an A-Z of
teaching young learners

Available in American English


Primary Colors American
A six-level American English version, American
Primary Colors, is also available. Please contact
your Cambridge University Press representative
for details.
cambridge.org/primarycolours

Primary Colours
Pupils Book
Activity Book
Teachers Book
Class Audio CDs (2)
Songs Audio CD
Songs and Stories Audio CD
Vocabulary Cards
Greek Companion

Tests for the end of each unit and each level


are available online along with worksheets for
every unit, printable puppets and masks

80 teaching hours, extendable to 100 hours

Packed with new features this Second edition


retains the character that has made Playway such
a classroom favourite.
Reading and writing are introduced in Level
2. The course initially builds confidence
through listening and speaking
Songs, chants and Total Physical Response
activities will captivate learners
New cross-curricular sections build childrens
knowledge of the world outside the
classroom
Language aims are revised with Show what
you can do sections, while Word Play
activities develop independent thinking
cambridge.org/playway

The English Ladder


Pupils Book
Activity Book with Songs Audio CD
Teachers Book
Audio CDs (2)
Audio CDs (3)
Flashcards (pack of 100)
Story Cards (pack of 66)
Flashcards (pack of 101)
Story Cards (pack of 71)
Flashcards (pack of 104)

Level 1
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

Level 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
-

Level 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

Level 4
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

Playway to English
Pupils Book
Activity Book with CD-ROM
Teachers Book
Teachers Resource Pack with Audio CD
Class Audio CDs (3)
Cards Pack
DVD PAL
DVD NTSC
Max Puppet (All levels)

Level 1
978-0-521-12996-1
978-0-521-12993-0
978-0-521-12990-9
978-0-521-12987-9
978-0-521-12984-8
978-0-521-12980-0
978-0-521-12971-8
978-0-521-12975-6
978-0-521-12967-1

Level 2
978-0-521-12964-0
978-0-521-13114-8
978-0-521-13111-7
978-0-521-13108-7
978-0-521-13106-3
978-0-521-13102-5
978-0-521-13098-1
978-0-521-13094-3

Level 3
978-0-521-13117-9
978-0-521-13120-9
978-0-521-13122-3
978-0-521-13125-4
978-0-521-13128-5
978-0-521-13131-5
978-0-521-13134-6
978-0-521-13136-0

Level 4
978-0-521-13139-1
978-0-521-13142-1
978-0-521-13145-2
978-0-521-13149-0
978-0-521-13152-0
978-0-521-13156-8
978-0-521-13160-5
978-0-521-13165-0

Level 2
978-0-521-66733-3
978-0-521-66729-6
978-0-521-66725-8
978-0-521-75099-8

978-0-521-75102-5
978-0-521-53435-2

Level 3
978-0-521-66732-6
978-0-521-66728-9
978-0-521-66724-1
978-0-521-75100-1

978-0-521-75103-2

Level 4
978-0-521-69982-2
978-0-521-69983-9
978-0-521-69984-6
978-0-521-69985-3

Level 5
978-0-521-69989-1
978-0-521-69990-7
978-0-521-69991-4
978-0-521-69992-1

Starter
978-0-521-66735-7
978-0-521-66731-9
978-0-521-66727-2
978-0-521-75096-7
978-0-521-75097-4

978-0-521-66715-9

Level 1
978-8-175-96429-7
978-8-175-96430-3
978-8-175-96431-0
978-0-521-75098-1

978-0-521-75101-8
978-0-521-66714-2
978-0-521-52163-5

Primary Colours Italian, Spanish and Middle East versions are available. Please contact your Cambridge University Press representative for details.
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A1

A1 A2

A1 A2

Join Us for English

Primary i-Dictionary

Primary i-Box

Gnter Gerngross and Herbert Puchta

Anna Wieczorek with Garan Holcombe

Caroline Nixon and Michael Tomlinson

COMPLETE BEGINNER TO LOW ELEMENTARY

LOW BEGINNER TO HIGH ELEMENTARY

LOW BEGINNER TO HIGH ELEMENTARY

Activities cater for multiple intelligences

Suitable for YLE preparation

Suitable for YLE preparation

60 teaching hours, extendable to 80 hours

Primary i-Dictionary includes more than 300


words needed for Cambridge English: Young
Learners (YLE) tests at each level. It contains
pictures and pronunciation for the featured
words in British and American English, as
well as animated stories, songs (plus karaoke
versions), printable worksheets* and flashcards.
The Workbooks contain all the words from the
corresponding CD-ROM plus practice activities.

Nominated British Council ELTons Awards 2010

Based on the theory of Multiple Intelligences, this


course contains a variety of activities to meet the
needs of different learning styles, while cartoon
stories, songs and action stories make lessons
sparkle.
Topics and culture pages teach children about
life in English-speaking countries while Project
Time sections and writing activities (from level 2
onwards) create a content-rich, cross-curricular
scheme of learning, based on CEFR guidelines.
cambridge.org/joinus
Join Us for English is published by Cambridge University Press in
association with ELI.
In Italy Join Us for English is produced and distributed by Eli, PO
Box 6, 62019 Recanati, Italy. Tel: 071 750701. Please contact ELI
for details.

Primary i-Box contains customisable teacher-led


games that allow you to select the vocabulary
you want to practise. The CD-ROM includes
key vocabulary from the Cambridge English:
Young Learners (YLE) tests, and all spellings
and pronunciation are given in both British and
American English.

cambridge.org/primarymultimedia
Primary i-Dictionary
CD-ROM (Single classroom)
CD-ROM (Up to 10 classrooms)
Workbook and DVD-ROM Pack**

1 (Starters)
978-1-107-61106-1
978-1-107-61107-8
978-1-107-65647-5

Primary i-Box
CD-ROM (Starters, Movers and Flyers)

1 (Starters)
978-0-521-51574-0

2 (Movers)
978-0-521-17583-8
978-0-521-17584-5
978-1-107-64789-3

3 (Flyers)
978-0-521-17587-6
978-0-521-17588-3
978-1-107-68001-2

*not available with the Home user version


**Starter Level is Workbook and CD-ROM Pack
Join Us for English
Pupils Book
Activity Book
Teachers Book
Pupils Book Audio CD
Songs Audio CD
Activity Book Audio CD
Flashcards (pack of 48)
Flashcards (pack of 64)
Language Portfolio
VHS Video (PAL)
DVD
English with Toby CD-ROM for Windows
VHS Video (PAL)
DVD

Starter
978-0-521-67905-3
978-0-521-67906-0
978-0-521-67907-7
978-0-521-67908-4
978-0-521-67909-1
978-0-521-67910-7
978-0-521-67911-4

978-0-521-67913-8
978-0-521-67914-5
978-0-521-70400-7

Also available
Cambridge Young Readers
cambridge.org/youngreaders

Level 1
978-0-521-67915-2
978-0-521-67916-9
978-0-521-67917-6
978-0-521-67918-3
978-0-521-67919-0
978-0-521-67920-6

978-0-521-67921-3
978-0-521-67923-7

978-0-521-77365-2

Level 2
978-0-521-67925-1
978-0-521-67926-8
978-0-521-67927-5
978-0-521-67928-2
978-0-521-67929-9

978-0-521-67933-6

978-0-521-77364-5

Level 3
978-0-521-67937-4
978-0-521-67938-1
978-0-521-67939-8
978-0-521-67940-4
978-0-521-67941-1

978-0-521-67944-2

978-0-521-77363-8

See also
Cambridge Copy Collection: Younger Learners
Page 86

Level 4
978-0-521-67947-3
978-0-521-67948-0
978-0-521-67949-7
978-0-521-67950-3
978-0-521-67951-0

978-0-521-67954-1

Levels 1 and 2

978-0-521-67924-4
978-0-521-70401-4

Levels 3 and 4

978-0-521-67945-9
978-0-521-70402-1

Also available
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 978-8-175-96303-0
cambridge.org/primary

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Be curious. Discover. Learn.


Presentation Plus for teachers

Extra CLIL lessons with Discovery


EducationTM videos enable students
to extend their learning across
content areas

This powerful interface puts all your student


and teaching resources in one place: complete
course content, teacher resources, interactive
whiteboard tools, video and audio programs,
and access to the Cambridge Learning
Management System, all on one easy-to-use
platform

A1 A2 B1 B1+

NEW Eyes Open


Ben Goldstein and Ceri Jones with
Emma Heyderman, Eoin Higgins and
David McKeegan

Digital Teachers Book and Teachers


Resource Book allow paper free planning

FALSE BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE


Lower Secondary
80-90 hours, extendable to 150

Developed in partnership with Discovery


EducationTM, Eyes Open features high-interest
video and real-world topics that will motivate
students and spark their curiosity, making learning
relevant and meaningful as they explore the wider
world whilst accelerating their language skills.
High-interest video and stimulating global
topics spark curiosity and engage and
motivate teenage learners

Link to the online Learning Management


System to track students progress and elevate
your effectiveness with a specially-developed
online teacher training course
Eyes Open Combos
Eyes Open is also available as split edition
Students Book and Workbook Combos, for
courses with fewer available hours (40-45
hours, extendable to 75)
cambridge.org/eyesopen

Additional CLIL lessons enable further


extension and learning across the curriculum

See also
Cambridge Discovery EducationTM Interactive
Readers
Page 80

Productive skills are carefully developed


through a progression of easy-to-follow
activities which guide students towards
written and spoken fluency

Eyes Open Students Book 1

Flexible teaching support for mixed ability


classes includes graded tests and extra
practice activities, plus Preliminary and Key
for Schools exam-style tests

Also available
NEW Uncover
A new four level American English course
developed in partnership with Discovery
EducationTM

Digital resources for learners


Extra online activities and games, linked
to the Cambridge Learning Management
System, extend and consolidate language

cambridge.org/uncover

Interactive eBooks available


Discover the world through video

NEW Eyes Open


Available from January 2015
Student's Book with Online Workbook and
Online Resources
Students Book
Workbook with Online Resources
Teachers Book
Audio CDs (3)
DVD
Presentation Plus DVD

Four video clips in every unit bring the real


world into the classroom in a dynamic and
stimulating way, including:
Three documentary style Discovery
EducationTM videos
A video modelling speaking with real
teenagers expressing their views

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

978-1-107-46728-6

978-1-107-46749-1

978-1-107-46764-4

978-1-107-46781-1

978-1-107-46725-5
978-1-107-46733-0
978-1-107-46739-2
978-1-107-46741-5
978-1-107-46742-2
978-1-107-48606-5

978-1-107-46744-6
978-1-107-46750-7
978-1-107-46755-2
978-1-107-46759-0
978-1-107-46761-3
978-1-107-48823-6

978-1-107-46762-0
978-1-107-46773-6
978-1-107-46775-0
978-1-107-46776-7
978-1-107-46779-8
978-1-107-48942-4

978-1-107-46780-4
978-1-107-46782-8
978-1-107-46783-5
978-1-107-46786-6
978-1-107-46787-3
978-1-107-49052-9

Presentation Plus applications and Online Workbook with LMS materials are also available. Please contact your local Cambridge University
Press representative for more information.
eBook versions of the Students Book and Workbook are also available. For more information please visit cambridge.org/ebooks

Combo with Online


Resources

Level 1A

Level 1B

Level 2A

Level 2B

Level 3A

Level 3B

Level 4A

Level 4B

978-1-107-48601-0

978-1-107-48604-1

978-1-107-48818-2

978-1-107-48820-5

978-1-107-48938-7

978-1-107-48940-0

978-1-107-49047-5

978-1-107-49050-5

eBook versions of the Combo editions are also available. For more information please visit cambridge.org/ebooks
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From the Kung Fu school in China to winter in
Siberia explore how teenagers live in cultures from
around the world through Discover Culture pages

Exclusive videos from Discovery EducationTM bring


high-interest global topics to life for students

Your turn communicative activities personalise


learning and activate language skills

Eyes Open Students Book 1

Real Talk videos provide a model of real


teenagers using target spoken language

Dedicated speaking and writing pages in every unit


guide students towards written and spoken fluency

Eyes Open Students Book 1


For more information about our digital products see page 6

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Schools: Secondary

A1 A2 B1

MORE!
Second edition
Herbert Puchta, Jeff Stranks,
Gnter Gerngross, Christian Holzmann
and Peter Lewis-Jones

Presentation Plus
Provides the complete Students Book
content with built-in annotation tools and
embedded audio in an easy-to-operate
format for interactive whiteboards or
computers and projectors.
cambridge.org/more

Available in American English


American MORE! First edition
Four level edition, 8090 teaching hours per level
Combo edition, 4045 teaching hours
American MORE! First edition Six-level
edition
5060 hours
cambridge.org/americanmore

FALSE BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE


Lower Secondary
8090 teaching hours, extendable to 140

With fresh content throughout and a greater


focus on communication skills, 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.

Interactive content and interactive whiteboard


tools help you bring your class to life

Available on a DVD-ROM. Windows


and Mac iOS compatible

MORE! Second edition offers:


Photostories, skills pages and reading texts
throughout
More communication and skills practice to
boost students fluency and confidence to
speak
Learning to learn and Exam practice
sections in the Workbook to boost learners
autonomy and exams results
Extra Reading sections progress across the
levels taking learners from light stories to
literature
Cyber Homework

MORE! Second edition Presentation Plus 1

Fully updated to match the Students Book


content, Cyber Homework allows students to
complete and submit their homework online
and makes it easy for teachers to mark and
give feedback on results
Contains exercises in Reading and Listening
comprehension, Grammar and Vocabulary
A messaging service allows teachers and
students to communicate online
Online resources including games and quizzes
for progress check and extra practice

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Dialogue and communication
pages provide functional, real world
language

MORE! Second edition Students Book 1

Culture pages with engaging topics


inspire teenagers curiosity and
motivate them to use English

MORE! Second edition Students Book 1


MORE! Second edition
Student's Book with Cyber Homework and
Online Resources
Workbook
Teacher's Book
Audio CDs (3)
Testbuilder CD-ROM/Audio CD
NEW Presentation Plus DVD-ROM
DVD

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

978-1-107-65645-1

978-1-107-69478-1

978-1-107-63737-5

978-1-107-64051-1

978-1-107-68135-4
978-1-107-68969-5
978-1-107-69155-1
978-1-107-65274-3
978-1-107-65205-7
978-1-107-67127-0

978-1-107-68424-9
978-1-107-68838-4
978-1-107-64987-3
978-1-107-67962-7
978-1-107-69928-1
978-1-107-67618-3

978-1-107-66506-4
978-1-107-68128-6
978-1-107-66354-1
978-1-107-66335-0
978-1-107-65695-6
978-1-107-68194-1

978-1-107-65294-1
978-1-107-68299-3
978-1-107-66982-6
978-1-107-64331-4
978-1-107-65402-0
978-1-107-66627-6

MORE! First edition is still available: visit cambridge.org/elt/more for a list of ISBNs

For more information about our digital products see page 6

See also
Grammar Practice
Page 27
CLIL Activities
Page 87
Cambridge School Dictionary
Page 54
Cambridge Discovery EducationTM Interactive
Readers
Page 80

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This highly successful communicative
series is supported by carefully
selected and well-structured
activities, original topics and a
huge wealth of resources.
Maria Christaki, Institute of Foreign Languages, Kalamata, Greece

A1 A2 B1

Your Space
Martyn Hobbs and Julia Starr Keddle
FALSE BEGINNER TO PRE-INTERMEDIATE
Lower Secondary

Presentation Plus
Provides the complete Students Book
content with built-in annotation tools and
embedded audio in an easy-to-operate
format for interactive whiteboards or
computers and projectors.

See also
Key for Schools
Preliminary for Schools
First for Schools
Page 55

cambridge.org/yourspace

8090 teaching hours, extendable to 150

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 exciting and
challenging experiences of the wider world.
A clear unit structure and well-signposted
pages enable easy navigation and make it
possible to teach off the page
Language is taught through engaging
contexts, with a balance between inductive
and deductive presentation and includes
revision at the start of each new level
Get it right! sections informed by the
Cambridge Learner Corpus help students tackle
problem areas common to learners of their level
A focus on skills development, learner
strategies and functional language
encourages learner autonomy and effective
oral and written communication
Web Zone
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
DVD

Your Space Students Book

The Your Space DVD brings real-world


authenticity to an English lesson and provides
a springboard for engaging activities and
classroom discussion

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

Accessible up-to-date content provides


teachers with a great way to motivate and
stretch their students

Level 1
978-0-521-72923-9
978-0-521-72924-6
978-0-521-72925-3
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Life a
cultu nd
re

Mardi Gras
What festivals are popular in your country or town?
Which one do you like best?

People in many parts of the


world celebrate Mardi Gras.
The name means Fat Tuesday
in French. The carnival
traditionally started on the day
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and drinking certain things
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colourful costumes with the Mardi


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always lots of fireworks too.
A favourite tradition of
the New Orleans Mardi
Gras is the King Cake.
This is a special cake
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colours. There are
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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

101

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er

Cycling Information

More and more Manc


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Unit 2

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the final
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Cycling
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Communicate with confidence


A1 A2 B1 B1+ B2 C1

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Chris Redston and Gillie Cunningham
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Adult

The program was informed by the Common


European Framework of Reference (CEFR) and
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A1 A2 B1

Four Corners
Jack C. Richards and David Bohlke

Accuracy: drawn from program vocabulary


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BEGINNING TO INTERMEDIATE
90120 teaching hours per level

Four Corners is a new course that combines


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Fluency: each unit develops to provide


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American Cultural
Settings
Everyday language is
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Vocabulary
Clearly presents
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Previews the meaning
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Real Language for Life


A1 A2 B1 B1+

Touchstone Second edition

In conversation panels
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phrases

Michael McCarthy, Jeanne McCarten and


Helen Sandiford
BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE
90120 teaching hours

Touchstone is a corpus based, four-level series


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Touchstone Online Workbook
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Thanks to the support behind
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B2 C1

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Viewpoint

Touchstone Online Course

Michael McCarthy, Jeanne McCarten and


Helen Sandiford

Michael McCarthy, Jeanne McCarten and


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HIGH INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED

BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE

90-120 teaching hours

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Tried and tested. Better than ever.


A1 A2 B1

Interchange
Fourth edition
Jack C. Richards with Jonathan Hull and
Susan Proctor
BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE
90120 teaching hours

The underlying philosophy of Interchange is


that language is best learned when used for
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English for Academic Purposes

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Lecturing styles
Revising basic information

Lecture skills A

Listening
Understanding lecture aims
Understanding outlines
Identifying main and secondary points
Taking notes: annotating slides 1
Language focus
Repetition and rephrasing
Follow-up
Taking notes: annotating slides 2
Reviewing your notes

Preparing for
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Lecturing styles

1.1

During your academic studies you will hear many different styles of lecturing. Watch three
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What differences do you notice?
A.1

2 Conversational style

3 Interactive style

1.2 a In pairs, discuss the following questions.


1 Which style do you find easiest to understand, and why?
2 Is there a style of lecturing that is common in your subject?

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2.1 a You are going to watch extracts from a lecture given by Dr Maru Mormina with the title The
origins of human diversity. Read the notes from a previous lecture on her course.

DNA = material inside the core (= nucleus) of each


cell in the body; it carries genetic information in
genes (= sections of the DNA)
genetic information controls the cells chemistry
gives the body its characteristics & influences how
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genetic variation = differences between individuals
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Cambridge University.

b In pairs, take it in turns to explain the following key terms without looking back at the notes.
DNA
genetic information
genetic variation
genome
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Making Connections

Read This!

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Professional English in Use ICT

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Page 86

Professional English in Use Finance


Page 50

The Language of Business Meetings


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The Official Cambridge Guide


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Put the verb into the correct form, present continuous or present simple.
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1 Are you hungry?
2 Dont put the dictionary away.
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7 She told me her name, but
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9
(I / think) you should sell your car.
(you / not / use) it very often.
10 Air
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978-1-107-65507-2
978-1-107-66706-8
978-1-107-67160-7
978-1-107-67468-4
978-1-107-67854-5
978-1-107-68962-6
978-1-107-67865-1
978-1-107-68039-5
978-1-107-69637-2

Level A1+: 450 Headwords


Life in Mumbai
978-1-107-62167-1
Young and Amazing: Teens at the Top
978-1-107-62252-4
Shoot to Kill: Why We Hunt
978-1-107-62253-1
Are You Listening? The Sense of Hearing
978-1-107-63251-6
Wonders of the World
978-1-107-64298-0
Do Not Disturb: The Importance of Sleep
978-1-107-64682-7
Around Japan in Three Days
978-1-107-66133-2
Alaska: Wild and Free
978-1-107-67464-6
Stealing 978-1-107-67774-6
Feeding Time: The Feeding Habits of Animals
978-1-107-67867-5
Fast: The Need for Speed*
978-1-107-68068-5
Slow Motion: Taking Your Time*
978-1-107-69129-2
Growing Up: From Baby to Adult
978-1-107-68744-8
Your Dream Vacation
978-1-107-69043-1
Lost: The Mystery of Amelia Earhart
978-1-107-69335-7
Deadly Animals
978-1-107-69371-5
Level A2: 700 Headwords
The Greatest Invention of All Time
Water: Vital for Life
Three in One: The Challenge of the Triathlon
Empire: Rise and Fall
Madagascar
What Makes a Place Special?
Moscow, Egypt, Australia
Slice by Slice: The Story of Pizza
Weird Animals
Medicine: Old and New
Aliens: Is Anybody Out There?
The Magic of Music
What Are the Odds? From Shark Attack
to Lightning Strike
Slime: The Wonderful World of Mucus
Swing, Slither, Swim
The Science of Heat*
How Cool is Cold!*

978-1-107-62161-9
978-1-107-62251-7
978-1-107-62255-5
978-1-107-62844-1
978-1-107-62940-0
978-1-107-63317-9
978-1-107-65037-4
978-1-107-65664-2
978-1-107-65866-0
978-1-107-66000-7
978-1-107-66558-3
978-1-107-66839-3
978-1-107-67343-4
978-1-107-69242-8
978-1-107-69772-0
978-1-107-65803-5

Level A2+: 900 Headwords


The City Experiment: Rebuilding Greensburg, Kansas 978-1-107-62256-2
Sushi Nation
978-1-107-63147-2
On the Move: The Lives of Nomads
978-1-107-63293-6
Only in America
978-1-107-63700-9
Survival Guide: Lost in the Mountains
978-1-107-64328-4
Dangerous and Dirty Jobs
978-1-107-64567-7
Bright Lights on Broadway: Theaterland
978-1-107-65022-0
Life Online: The Digital Age
978-1-107-65069-5
Shark Attack
978-1-107-66183-7
The Wheel
978-1-107-66739-6
Bones: And the Stories They Tell
978-1-107-67054-9
Sugar: Our Guilty Pleasure
978-1-107-68146-0
The Science of Light*
978-1-107-68198-9
The Science of Darkness*
978-1-107-65493-8
Sport, Game, or Hobby?
978-1-107-68658-8
Mummies and Myths
978-1-107-68830-8
Level B1: 1,200 Headwords
Venice: The Floating City
The Placebo Effect: The Power of Positive Thinking
Life on the Edge: Extreme Homes
What Are You Afraid Of? Fears and Phobias
Get Smart: Our Amazing Brain
Weird Weapons
Mark Your Territory
Our Green Future
Losing It: The Meaning of Loss*
Found: Discovery and Recovery*
Secrets to a Long Life

978-1-107-62163-3
978-1-107-62263-0
978-1-107-63028-4
978-1-107-65051-0
978-1-107-65063-3
978-1-107-65200-2
978-1-107-65895-0
978-1-107-67286-4
978-1-107-68191-0
978-1-107-63212-7
978-1-107-68378-5

Level B1+: 1,400 Headwords


Altruism: Whats in it for Me?
Up in the Air: Our Fight Against Gravity*
Down to Earth*
The Traditions of Death
Gold: Greed and Glory
Rescued: The Chilean Mining Accident
True Colors
Punch: All About Boxing
Deep Blue: Discovering the Sea

978-1-107-62262-3
978-1-107-63470-1
978-1-107-66117-2
978-1-107-63578-4
978-1-107-65260-6
978-1-107-65519-5
978-1-107-66068-7
978-1-107-67727-2
978-1-107-69705-8

*From levels A1 to B1+, we have


created paired readers, which have
interrelated themes and can be used
together for greater interaction.

A1

A1+

A2

Level B2: 1,800 Headwords


Tragedy on the Slopes
978-1-107-62159-6
Bounce! The Wonderful World of Rubber
978-1-107-64154-9
Skin 978-1-107-64189-1
Turtles: Ancient Symbol/Modern Survivor
978-1-107-66057-1
The Bucket List
978-1-107-66683-2
Water Power: The Greatest Force on Earth
978-1-107-68897-1
Level B2+: 2,000 Headwords
Avalanche! 978-1-107-62157-2
Poison: Medicine, Murder, and Mystery
978-1-107-62260-9
Money Tree: The Business of Organics
978-1-107-63678-1
Trapped! The Aron Ralston Story
978-1-107-66998-7
Robots: The Next Generation?
978-1-107-67762-3
Lift Off: Exploring the Universe
978-1-107-69249-7

A2+

Available completely online through the Cambridge Learning Management System. Contact your Cambridge University Press
representative for more information.

B1

B1+

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This is an intriguing book,


with an excellent plot.
The reader is kept on edge,
wondering what will
happen to Harry.
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Cambridge Experience
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Ideal for teenagers
Series Editor: Nicholas Tims
STARTER TO ADVANCED
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Cambridge Experience Readers have


been written and selected especially
for teenagers. This series of graded
readers has something for everyone,
with a lively mix of original fiction,
adapted fiction and factbooks.
The audio recordings are
available FREE at
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Stunning illustrations and
activities aid students
understanding of the texts
Free online resources including
lesson plans, guides and
worksheets
Available in American English
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Starter: Level Starter/Beginner
Headwords 250
Original Fiction: Adventure
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A Little Trouble in California by Richard
MacAndrew
Paperback 978-8-483-23982-7
Original Fiction: Fantasy
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Gone! by Margaret Johnson
Paperback 978-8-483-23509-6
Quick Change! by Margaret Johnson
Paperback 978-8-483-23809-7

A1: Level 1 Beginner/Elementary


Headwords 400

B1: Level 3: Lower-intermediate


Headwords 1300

Original Fiction: Adventure

Original Fiction: Adventure


A Little Trouble in the Yorkshire Dales by
Richard MacAndrew
Paperback 978-8-483-23584-3

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A Little Trouble in Dublin by Richard
MacAndrew
Paperback 978-8-483-23695-6
Summer Sounds by Marla Bentley
Paperback 978-8-483-23995-7
Factbooks
Amazing Young Sports People
by Mandy Loader
Paperback 978-8-483-23572-0
Human Interest
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Harrys Holiday by Antoinette Moses
Paperback 978-8-483-23835-6
Spider Boy by Margaret Johnson
Paperback
978-1-107-69061-5
A2: Level 2 Elementary/Lower-intermediate
Headwords 800
Original Fiction: Adventure
A Little Trouble in Amsterdam
by Richard MacAndrew
Paperback
978-8-483-23519-5
Original Fiction: Comedy
Grandads Magic Gadgets
by Helen Everett-Camplin
Paperback 978-8-483-23522-5
Original Fiction: Fantasy
NEW As Others See Us by Nicola Prentis
Paperback 978-1-107-69919-9
Original Fiction: Horror
Killer Bees by Jane Rollason
Paperback 978-8-483-23503-4
Original Fiction: Human Interest
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Ask Alice by Margaret Johnson
Paperback 978-8-483-23616-1
Adapted Fiction: Short Stories
Parties and Presents: three short stories
by Katherine Mansfield
Retold by Margaret Johnson
Paperback 978-8-483-23836-3
Factbooks
NEW London by Jane Rollason
Paperback 978-1-107-61521-2
New Zealand by Margaret Johnson
Paperback 978-8-483-23488-4

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Running Wild by Margaret Johnson
Paperback 978-8-483-23501-0
Original Fiction: Fantasy
The Mind Map by David Morrison
Paperback 978-8-483-23537-9
Original Fiction: Historical Fiction
Alone! by Jane Rollason
Paperback 978-8-483-23682-6
Adapted Fiction: Horror
Tales of Terror by Edgar Allan Poe and others
Retold by Jane Rollason
Paperback 978-8-483-23532-4
Factbooks
Scotland by Richard MacAndrew
Paperback 978-8-483-23579-9
B1: Level 4 Intermediate
Headwords 1900
Original Fiction: Adventure
Bullring Kid and Country Cowboy
by Louise Clover
Paperback 978-8-483-23495-2
Original Fiction: Human Interest
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Two Worlds by Helen Everett-Camplin
Paperback 978-8-483-23566-9
Original Fiction: Short Stories
Tasty Tales by Frank Brennan
Paperback 978-8-483-23542-3
Adapted Fiction: Adventure
Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe
Retold by Nicholas Murgatroyd
Paperback 978-8-483-23553-9
NEW Sherlock by Richard MacAndrew
Paperback 978-1-107-62186-2

One of the best written


graded readers I have
come across at this level.
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Cambridge English
Readers
Award-winning original fiction
for learners of English
Series Editor: Philip Prowse
STARTER TO ADVANCED
Winner Language Learner Literature Award

If youre looking for ways to inspire


your students to read in English,
youve come to the right place. With
the widest selection of genres, settings
and modern thought-provoking topics
this award-winning original fiction is
designed to captivate learners of any
level of English.
Audio recordings of all titles are
available FREE at
cambridge.org/readers
eBooks available from Amazon.
com, ebook.com and other
eBooks stores
Free lesson plans and worksheets
to help your students make
the most of extensive reading
available online
Over 5 million copies sold!
cambridge.org/readers
Starter Level Starter/Beginner
Headwords 250
Romance
Big Hair Day by Margaret Johnson
Paperback
978-0-521-18365-9

B2: Level 5 Upper Intermediate


Headwords 2800
Adapted Fiction: Drama
The Mayor of Casterbridge by Thomas Hardy
Retold by Tim Herdon
Paperback 978-8-483-23560-7

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Armans Journey by Philip Prowse
Paperback 978-0-521-18493-9
Human Interest
Book Boy by Antoinette Moses
Paperback 978-0-521-15677-6

C1: Level 6 Advanced


Headwords 3800
Original Fiction: Historical Fiction
Freddies War by Jane Rollason
Paperback 978-8-483-23909-4

WINNER LANGUAGE LEARNER LITERATURE


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Why? by Philip Prowse
Paperback 978-0-521-73295-6
Comedy
What a Lottery! by Colin Campbell
Paperback
978-0-521-68327-2

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Readers
Starter Level Starter/Beginner
Headwords 250
Ghost Story
The Girl at the Window by Antoinette Moses
Paperback 978-0-521-74629-8
Murder Mystery
A Death in Oxford by Richard MacAndrew
Paperback 978-0-521-70464-9
Science Fiction/Horror
WINNER LANGUAGE LEARNER LITERATURE
AWARD
Let Me Out! by Antoinette Moses
Paperback
978-0-521-68329-6
Thriller
Dirty Money by Sue Leather
Paperback 978-0-521-68333-3
The Black Pearls by Richard MacAndrew
Paperback 978-0-521-73289-5
The Penang File by Richard MacAndrew
Paperback 978-0-521-68331-9
Level 1 Beginner/Elementary
Headwords 400
Comedy
Help! by Philip Prowse
Paperback 978-0-521-65615-3

WINNER LANGUAGE LEARNER LITERATURE


AWARD
Dead Cold by Sue Leather
Paperback
978-0-521-69379-0
Logans Choice by Richard MacAndrew
Paperback 978-0-521-79506-7
The Double Bass Mystery by Jeremy Harmer
Paperback 978-0-521-65613-9
Romance
Different Worlds by Margaret Johnson
Paperback 978-0-521-74918-3
FINALIST LANGUAGE LEARNER LITERATURE
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Within High Fences by Penny Hancock
Paperback 978-0-521-74931-2
Science Fiction
Superbird by Brian Tomlinson
Paperback 978-0-521-65608-5
Thriller
A Picture to Remember by Sarah Scott-Malden
Paperback
978-0-521-66477-6
The Dark Side of the City by Alan Battersby
Paperback

978-1-107-63561-6
The Man from Nowhere by Bernard Smith
Paperback

978-0-521-78361-3
The New Zealand File by Richard MacAndrew
Paperback
978-0-521-13624-2

Murder Mystery
Bad Love by Sue Leather
Paperback

978-0-521-75732-4
Inspector Logan by Richard MacAndrew
Paperback
978-0-521-74936-7
John Doe by Antoinette Moses
Paperback 978-0-521-65619-1

Adventure
Apollos Gold by Antoinette Moses
Paperback 978-0-521-74615-1

Romance
Hotel Casanova by Sue Leather
Paperback 978-0-521-75738-6
Next Door to Love by Margaret Johnson
Paperback 978-0-521-74920-6

Level 3 Lower-intermediate
Headwords 1300

Short Stories
Three Tomorrows by Frank Brennan
Paperback 978-0-521-69377-6
Thriller
Blood Diamonds by Richard MacAndrew
Paperback 978-0-521-74935-0
Dont Stop Now! by Philip Prowse
Paperback 978-0-521-74726-4
Just Like a Movie by Sue Leather
Paperback 978-0-521-75739-3
Parallel by Colin Campbell
Paperback 978-0-521-74707-3
The Big Picture by Sue Leather
Paperback 978-0-521-79846-4

Short Stories
Circle Games by Frank Brennan
Paperback 978-0-521-63070-2

Romance
Just Good Friends by Penny Hancock
Paperback
978-0-521-74925-1
Two Lives by Helen Naylor
Paperback
978-0-521-70365-9
Wild Country by Margaret Johnson
Paperback 978-0-521-71367-2
Comedy
The Ironing Man by Colin Campbell
Paperback 978-0-521-74708-0
Ghost Story
How I Met Myself by David A. Hill
Paperback 978-1-107-60091-1
Horror
The Beast by Carolyn Walker
Paperback
978-0-521-74704-2

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The Caribbean File by Richard MacAndrew
Paperback
978-1-107-67425-7
Ten Long Years by Alan Battersby
Paperback
978-1-107-62178-7

Murder Mystery
A Puzzle for Logan by Richard MacAndrew
Paperback 978-0-521-70363-5

Level 2 Elementary/Lower-intermediate
Headwords 800

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Strong Medicine by Richard MacAndrew
Paperback 978-0-521-74941-1

Human Interest
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Jojos Story by Antoinette Moses
Paperback 978-0-521-74625-0
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One Day by Helen Naylor
Paperback 978-0-521-71422-8
Murder Mystery
Bad Company by Richard MacAndrew
Paperback 978-0-521-17919-5

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Not Above the Law by Richard MacAndrew
Paperback
978-0-521-14096-6

Short Stories
FINALIST LANGUAGE LEARNER LITERATURE
AWARD
Tales of the Supernatural by Frank Brennan
Paperback 978-0-521-54276-0
Thriller
Double Cross by Philip Prowse
Paperback 978-0-521-65617-7
Eye of the Storm by Mandy Loader
Paperback
978-0-521-53659-2

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No Place To Hide by Alan Battersby


Paperback
978-0-521-16975-2
The House by the Sea by Patricia Aspinall
Paperback
978-0-521-74921-3
The Lahti File by Richard MacAndrew
Paperback
978-0-521-74943-5
Level 4 Intermediate
Headwords 1900
Romance
In the House by Margaret Johnson
Paperback 978-0-521-73224-6
Love in the Lakes by Penny Hancock
Paperback
978-0-521-74928-2
FINALIST LANGUAGE LEARNER LITERATURE
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Staying Together by Judith Wilson
Paperback
978-0-521-70370-3
Adventure
Nothing but the Truth by George Kershaw
Paperback 978-0-521-65623-8

In the Shadow of the Mountain by


Helen Naylor
Paperback 978-0-521-77551-9
Romance
All I Want by Margaret Johnson
Paperback 978-0-521-79454-1
Jungle Love by Margaret Johnson
Paperback 978-0-521-74644-1
Short Stories
Windows of the Mind by Frank Brennan
Paperback 978-0-521-17306-3
Thriller
A Tangled Web by Alan Maley
Paperback
978-0-521-74630-4
Better Late Than Never by J.M.Newsome
Paperback 978-1-107-67149-2
Death in the Dojo by Sue Leather
Paperback 978-0-521-75735-5
East 43rd Street by Alan Battersby
Paperback
978-0-521-74634-2

Ghost Story
The Lady in White by Colin Campbell
Paperback 978-0-521-66620-6

Level 6 Advanced
Headwords 3800

Murder Mystery
But Was it Murder? by Jania Barrell
Paperback 978-0-521-78359-0

WINNER LANGUAGE LEARNER LITERATURE


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A Dangerous Sky by Michael Austen
Paperback
978-1-107-69405-7
Frozen Pizza and other slices of life by
Antoinette Moses
Paperback 978-0-521-75078-3
He Knows Too Much by Alan Maley
Paperback
978-0-521-74633-5

WINNER LANGUAGE LEARNER LITERATURE


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Man Hunt by Richard MacAndrew
Paperback
978-1-107-69269-5
The Amsterdam Connection by Sue Leather
Paperback
978-0-521-70334-5
The University Murders by Richard MacAndrew
Paperback 978-0-521-53660-8
Short Stories
The Fruitcake Special and other stories by
Frank Brennan
Paperback 978-0-521-78365-1
Thriller
FINALIST LANGUAGE LEARNER LITERATURE
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Berlin Express by Michael Austen
Paperback 978-0-521-17490-9
A Matter of Chance by David A. Hill
Paperback
978-0-521-70335-2
High Life, Low Life by Alan Battersby
Paperback
978-0-521-78815-1
Human Interest
When Summer Comes by Helen Naylor
Paperback
978-0-521-65611-5
Level 5 Upper Intermediate
Headwords 2800
Murder Mystery
Emergency Murder by Janet McGiffin
Paperback
978-0-521-74910-7
Murder by Art by Janet McGiffin
Paperback
978-0-521-73654-1
Adventure
The Sugar Glider by Rod Neilsen
Paperback 978-0-521-53661-5
Future Thriller
Dolphin Music by Antoinette Moses
Paperback 978-0-521-66618-3

Human Interest

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Nelsons Dream by J. M. Newsome
Paperback
978-0-521-71604-8
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Paperback 978-0-521-18295-9
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The Best of Times? by Alan Maley
Paperback
978-0-521-73545-2
Romance
A Love for Life by Penny Hancock
Paperback 978-0-521-74924-4
Murder Mystery
Deadly Harvest by Carolyn Walker
Paperback 978-0-521-77697-4
Short Stories
The Way Home by Sue Leather
Paperback
978-0-521-75744-7
Thriller
Murder Maker by Margaret Johnson
Paperback
978-0-521-74646-5
This Time its Personal by Alan Battersby
Paperback
978-0-521-74639-7
Trumpet Voluntary by Jeremy Harmer
Paperback 978-0-521-66619-0
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978-0-521-13264-0
Forget to Remember by Alan Maley
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Skills

A2 B1 B2 C1

Cambridge English Skills


A four-level skills series for adults and young
adults
ELEMENTARY TO ADVANCED

Ideal for ESOL Skills for Life examinations and


government citizenship tests, these photocopiable
resource books offer carefully selected skills
activities based on, and clearly referenced to, the
Adult ESOL Core Curriculum.

Cambridge English Skills is specially designed to help


learners understand the English they meet at work,
studying, or in social situations. Packed with learning
tips, notes putting activities into context and coping
strategies for difficult situations, the books are ideal
either for self-study or classroom use.

cambridge.org/esol

Complete Teachers notes are available to download


from the website.

STARTER TO INTERMEDIATE

Organised around the themes of Work and


Study and Social and Travel, the series
builds confidence through activities based on
everyday situations
Learning tips throughout the book help
students develop the skills they need to
understand and be understood.
Students are encouraged to take their
learning off the page and into daily life with
Extra practice tasks

A1 A2 B1

Pre-entry (working towards A1) by Elisabeth Babenko


Book with Audio CD
978-0-521-15379-9
Entry 1 (A1) by Louis Harrison
Book with Audio CD
978-0-521-71238-5
Entry 2 (A2) by Elaine Boyd
Book with Audio CD
978-0-521-71239-2
Entry 3 (B1) by Jo Smith
Book with Audio CD
978-0-521-71240-8

B1 B2

cambridge.org/englishskills

Anthony Cosgrove

Real Writing by Roger Gower, Simon Haines and Graham Palmer


Level 1 with answers
978-0-521-15205-1
Level 1 without answers
978-0-521-70185-3
Level 2 with answers
978-0-521-15212-9
Level 2 without answers
978-0-521-70187-7
Level 3 with answers
978-0-521-15214-3
Level 3 without answers
978-0-521-70593-6
Level 4 with answers
978-0-521-15213-6
Level 4 without answers
978-0-521-70595-0

Strategic Reading
Second edition
Jack C. Richards and Samuela Eckstut-Didier
LOW INTERMEDIATE TO HIGH INTERMEDIATE

Strategic Reading helps students develop reading


fluency by focusing on reading speed and key
skills as they read authentic (and adapted) texts.
Readings are adapted from authentic sources
so students can be prepared for reading
outside the classroom

Practical language activities for living in the UK


and Ireland.

English at Work

978-0-521-70202-7
978-0-521-70203-4
978-0-521-70204-1
978-0-521-70205-8
978-0-521-70573-8
978-0-521-70574-5
978-0-521-70575-2
978-0-521-70576-9

PHOTOCOPIABLE

ESOL Activities

Unit-by-unit checklists, based on ALTE


Can-do statements, let learners see what
theyve achieved and feel proud of it!

Real Reading by Liz Driscoll


Level 1 with answers
Level 1 without answers
Level 2 with answers
Level 2 without answers
Level 3 with answers
Level 3 without answers
Level 4 with answers
Level 4 without answers

B1 B2

Cambridge for ESOL

PHOTOCOPIABLE

Pre-reading tasks build students schema


on the topic of the reading and teach them
to skim and scan the text before reading in
depth
Key vocabulary is practiced throughout,
building students reading readiness
Instruction on one reading strategy per
reading facilitates student learning
Expanded post-reading activities help
students develop essential critical thinking
skills
cambridge.org/strategicreading

INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE

Practical language activities for working in the UK.


Ideal for ESOL for Work exams.
Book with Audio CD

978-0-521-18254-6

Also available

Level 1
Students Book
Teachers Manual

978-0-521-28112-6
978-0-521-28114-0

Level 2
Students Book
Teachers Manual

978-0-521-28113-3
978-0-521-28115-7

Level 3
Students Book
Teachers Manual

978-0-521-28111-9
978-0-521-28116-4

C1 C2

Effective Reading
Language to Language
Learning to Learn English
Practical Faster Reading
Short Stories
Whats it Like?

The International Story


An anthology with guidelines for reading
and writing about fiction
Ruth Spack

Writing for Advanced Learners of English

ADVANCED

Writing Skills

Students Book
Instructors Manual

cambridge.org/elt

978-0-521-65797-6
978-0-521-65796-9

Real Listening & Speaking by Miles Craven, Sally Logan and


Craig Thaine
Level 1 with answers
978-0-521-70198-3
Level 1 without answers
978-0-521-70199-0
Level 2 with answers
978-0-521-70200-3
Level 2 without answers
978-0-521-70201-0
Level 3 with answers
978-0-521-70588-2
Level 3 without answers
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Level 4 with answers
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Level 4 without answers
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Active Listening Second edition is a popular


three-level listening series for adult and young-adult
learners of English. Each level offers students 16
engaging, task-based units, each built around a
topic, function, or grammatical theme. Grounded in
the theory that learners are more successful listeners
when they activate their prior knowledge of a topic,
the series gives students a frame of reference to
make predictions about what they will hear.

Present Yourself Second edition, now with


complementary video for each level, is a presentation
skills course for adult and young adult learners of
English. This series takes a process approach to
giving presentations and offers students an
opportunity to develop the life skill of talking
about topics to an audience outside the language
classroom. The books can be used as a main text
in a presentation skills course, in the context of a
general conversation course, or as a component
in speaking or integrated-skills classes.

30-45 teaching hours

Through a careful balance of activities, students


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and to listen and make inferences. It can be
used as a main text for listening classes or as a
component in speaking or integrated-skills classes.

Fun, personalized communicative activities


A process approach to preparing and giving a
presentation
A clear focus on how to organize a presentation
and systematic teaching of presentation skills

cambridge.org/activelistening
Level 1
Students Book with Self-study Audio CD
Teachers Manual with Audio CD
Class Audio CDs (3)

978-0-521-67813-1
978-0-521-67814-8
978-0-521-67815-5

Level 2
Students Book with Self-study Audio CD
Teachers Manual with Audio CD
Class Audio CDs (3)

978-0-521-67817-9
978-0-521-67818-6
978-0-521-67819-3

Level 3
Students Book with Self-study Audio CD
Teachers Manual with Audio CD
Class Audio CDs (3)

978-0-521-67821-6
978-0-521-67822-3
978-0-521-67823-0

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Students Book with Audio CD
Teachers Manual with DVD

978-1-107-43563-6
978-1-107-43583-4

Level 2, Viewpoints
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978-1-107-43584-1

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the perfect addition to any course

Writers at Work Students Book and Writing Skills


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Vocabulary-building exercises prepare


learners to discuss topics
Expansion sections review key language in a
fun, fluency-building way
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additional speaking practice
Teachers Manual
Detailed notes give teaching steps, tips, key
vocabulary, and answers

Model Conversations provide additional


language support
Extensive practice activities help students master
the skills
Online forums allow instructors to set
open-ended writing tasks

A separate section for audio scripts allows for


easy photocopying
cambridge.org/letstalk

Intuitive gradebook shows all student scores as


well as time on task
cambridge.org/writingskillsinteractive

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Level 2
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Level 3
978-1-107-67604-6

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Frequent pair and group work activities give


students opportunities to share ideas

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Animated presentations for each skill provide


instruction to students outside of class
Writing Skills Interactive
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Academic Encounters Reading and Writing
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Students Book

Language objectives for every activity


highlight learning expectations

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If your students are learning how to write, they
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Lets Talk Second edition, is a three-level course


designed to develop oral communication skills and
build learner confidence. Unique twists on topics
draw students into conversations, and engaging
activities guarantee maximum talking time. The
16 four-page thematic units in each level are
divided into two-page lessons, with each lesson
encouraging students to express their feelings,
ideas, and opinions.

Level 1
Students Book with Self-study Audio CD
Teachers Manual with Audio CD
Class Audio CDs (3)

978-0-521-69281-6
978-0-521-69282-3
978-0-521-69283-0

Level 2
Students Book with Self-study Audio CD
Teachers Manual with Audio CD
Class Audio CDs (3)

978-0-521-69284-7
978-0-521-69285-4
978-0-521-69286-1

Level 3
Students Book with Self-study Audio CD
Teachers Manual with Audio CD
Class Audio CDs (3)

978-0-521-69287-8
978-0-521-69288-5
978-0-521-69289-2

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learners by Caroline Nixon and Michael Tomlinson
Book and Audio CD
978-1-107-61867-1
Primary Communication Box, Speaking and listening activities
for younger learners by Caroline Nixon and Michael Tomlinson
Book 978-0-521-54988-2
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lessons for younger learners by Kay Bentley
Book with Audio CD
978-0-521-72961-1
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younger learners by Caroline Nixon and Michael Tomlinson
Book 978-0-521-00963-8
Primary Music Box, Traditional songs and activities for
younger learners by Sab Will with Susannah Reed
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978-0-521-72856-0
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978-0-521-54545-7
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younger learners by Caroline Nixon and Michael Tomlinson
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younger learners by Caroline Nixon and Michael Tomlinson
Book 978-0-521-52033-1

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Book and Audio CD
978-1-107-69322-7
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Teenagers
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Activity Box, A resource book for teachers of young


students by Jean Greenwood
Book 978-0-521-49870-8
Film, TV and Music, Multi-level activities for teenagers by
Olha Madylus
Book 978-0-521-72838-6
Imaginative Projects, A resource book of project work for
young students by Matt Wicks
Book 978-0-521-66805-7
Pairwork and Groupwork, Multi-level activities for
teenagers by Meredith Levy and Nicholas Murgatroyd
Book 978-0-521-71633-8
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Book 978-0-521-72155-4

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Business English Frameworks by Paul Emmerson


Book 978-0-521-00455-8
Business Roles 2, Simulations for Business English
by John Crowther-Alwyn
Book 978-0-521-64849-3
Cambridge Business English Activities, Serious fun for
Business English students by Jane Cordell
Book 978-0-521-58734-1
Decisionmaker by David Evans
Book 978-0-521-44805-5
In Business, Activities to bring Business English to life by
Marjorie Rosenberg
Book 978-0-521-61729-1
Intercultural Resource Pack, Intercultural communication
resources for language teachers by Derek Utley
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Collocations Extra by Elizabeth Walter and
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Book with CD-ROM
978-0-521-74522-2
Games for Grammar Practice by Maria Lucia Zaorob and
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by Felicity ODell and Katie Head
Book 978-0-521-00651-4
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Book 978-0-521-77436-9
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Book and Audio CD
978-1-107-63190-8
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Book 978-0-521-57579-9

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978-0-521-60848-0
Be Understood! by Christina Maurer Smolder
Book with CD-ROM and Audio CD
978-0-521-13883-3
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978-0-521-75461-3
Pronunciation Games by Mark Hancock
Book
978-0-521-46735-3
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Book
978-0-521-60582-3
Reading Extra by Liz Driscoll
Book
978-0-521-53405-5
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Book and Audio CD
978-0-521-75464-4
The Book of Days by Adrian Wallwork
Book and Audio CD
978-1-107-68570-3
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Book
978-0-521-53287-7

See also
Teacher Training Essentials
Page 88
Instant Academic Skills
Page 45

Exploring British Culture


Jo Smith
ELEMENTARY TO ADVANCED

A photocopiable resource book and Audio


CD covering a wide range of aspects of British
culture, for students at all levels.
Book and Audio CD

978-0-521-18642-1

Discussions AZ
Adrian Wallwork
A photocopiable resource book and Audio CD
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Intermediate
Book and Audio CD

978-1-107-61829-9

Advanced
Book and Audio CD

978-1-107-68697-7

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Professional Development: Practical

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

Cambridge Handbooks
for Language Teachers
Series Editor: Scott Thornbury
Inspiration for busy teachers and
trainers! The Cambridge Handbooks
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with over fifty handbooks, offers
practical ideas and activities as well
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about English Language Teaching.
cambridge.org/chlt
Beginning to Write by Arthur Brookes and
Peter Grundy
Paperback 978-0-521-58979-6
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978-0-521-74185-9
CLIL Activities by Liz Dale and Rosie Tanner
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978-0-521-14984-6
Communicative Activities for EAP by Jenni Guse
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978-0-521-14057-7
Dialogue Activities by Nick Bilbrough
Paperback 978-0-521-68951-9
Dictation by Paul Davis and Mario Rinvolucri
Paperback 978-0-521-34819-5
Dictionary Activities by Cindy Leaney
Paperback 978-0-521-73584-1
NEW Discussions and More, Second
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Paperback 978-1-107-44275-7
Drama Techniques, Third edition by 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 by Penny Ur and
Andrew Wright
Paperback 978-0-521-69445-2
Five-Minute Activities for Business English
by Paul Emmerson and Nick Hamiliton
Paperback 978-0-521-54741-3
Five-Minute Activities for Young Learners
by Penny McKay and Jenni Guse
Paperback 978-0-521-73585-8
Games for Language Learning, Third
edition by Andrew Wright, David Betteridge and
Michael Buckby
Paperback 978-0-521-15252-5

Grammar Practice Activities, Second


edition by Penny Ur
Paperback with CD-ROM
978-0-521-15218-1
Intercultural Language Activities by
John Corbett
Paperback with CD-ROM
978-0-521-74188-0
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The Internet and the Language Classroom
by Gavin Dudeney
Paperback 978-0-521-68446-0
Keep Talking by Friederike Klippel
Paperback 978-0-521-15248-8
Language Activities for Teenagers Edited
by Seth Lindstromberg
Paperback 978-0-521-54193-0
NEW Language Learning with Digital
Video by Ben Goldstein and Paul Driver
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978-1-107-63464-0
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Language Learning with Technology by
Graham Stanley
Paperback
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Laughing Matters by Pter Medgyes
Paperback 978-0-521-79960-7
Learner Autonomy by 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 by Ingrid Wisniewska
Paperback with CD-ROM
978-0-521-13458-3
Lessons from Nothing by Bruce Marsland
Paperback 978-0-521-62765-8
Literature in the Language Classroom, A
resource book of ideas and activities by
Joanne Collie and Stephen Slater
Paperback 978-0-521-12186-6
Memory Activities for Language Learning
by Nick Bilbrough
Paperback with CD-ROM
978-0-521-13241-1
Once Upon a Time by John Morgan and
Mario Rinvolucri
Paperback 978-0-521-27262-9
Personalizing Language Learning by
Griff Griffiths and Kathy Keohane
Paperback 978-0-521-63364-2
Pictures for Language Learning by
Andrew Wright
Paperback 978-0-521-15249-5
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Pronunciation Practice Activities by


Martin Hewings
Paperback with Audio CD
978-0-521-70612-4
The Standby Book Edited by Seth Lindstromberg
Paperback 978-0-521-55860-0
Stories, Narrative activities in the language
classroom by Ruth Wajnryb
Paperback 978-0-521-00160-1
Teach Business English by Sylvie Donna
Paperback 978-0-521-58557-6
Teaching Adult Second Language Learners
by Heather McKay
Paperback 978-0-521-64990-2
Teaching English Spelling by Ruth Shemesh
and Sheila Waller
Paperback 978-0-521-14920-4
Teaching Large Multilevel Classes by
Natalie Hess
Paperback 978-0-521-66785-2
Teaching Listening Comprehension by
Penny Ur
Paperback 978-0-521-28781-4
Testing Spoken Language by Nic Underhill
Paperback 978-0-521-31276-9
Translation and Own-language Activities
by Philip Kerr
Paperback
978-1-107-64578-3
Using Authentic Video in the Language
Classroom by Jane Sherman
Paperback 978-0-521-79961-4
Using Folktales by Erik K. Taylor
Paperback 978-0-521-63749-7
Using Newspapers in the Classroom by
Paul Sanderson
Paperback 978-0-521-64526-3
Using the Board in the Language Classroom
by Jeannine Dobbs
Paperback 978-0-521-65417-3
Vocabulary Activities by Penny Ur
Paperback with CD-ROM
978-0-521-18114-3
Ways of Doing by Paul Davis, Barbara Garside
and Mario Rinvolucri
Paperback 978-0-521-58559-0
Working with Images by Ben Goldstein
Paperback with CD-ROM
978-0-521-71057-2
Working with Words by Ruth Gairns and
Stuart Redman
Paperback 978-0-521-31709-2
Writing Simple Poems by Vicki L. Holmes and
Margaret R. Moulton
Paperback 978-0-521-78552-5

Cambridge Language
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This series focuses on issues crucial
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available research and practice.
Agendas for Second Language Literacy by
Sandra Lee McKay
Paperback 978-0-521-44664-8
Classroom-Based Evaluation in Second
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Paperback 978-0-521-56681-0
Cooperative Learning and Second Language
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George M. Jacobs and Ana Christina DaSilva Iddings
Paperback 978-0-521-60664-6
Curriculum Development in Language
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Paperback 978-0-521-80491-2
Hardback 978-0-521-80060-0
Educating Second Language Children by
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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 by Richard R. Day and Julian Bamford
Paperback 978-0-521-56829-6
From Reader to Reading Teacher by
Jo Ann Aebersold and Mary Lee Field
Paperback 978-0-521-49785-5
Functional English Grammar by Graham Lock
Paperback 978-0-521-45922-8
Language Teaching Awareness by
Jerry G. Gebhard and Robert Oprandy
Paperback 978-0-521-63954-5
Hardback 978-0-521-63039-9
A Practicum in TESOL by Graham Crookes
Paperback 978-0-521-52998-3
Hardback 978-0-521-82305-0
Professional Development for Language
Teachers by Jack Richards and Thomas Farrell
Paperback 978-0-521-61383-5
Hardback 978-0-521-84911-1
Reflective Teaching in Second Language
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Second Language Listening by John Flowerdew
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Paperback 978-0-521-78647-8
Hardback 978-0-521-78135-0
Second Language Writing by Ken Hyland
Paperback 978-0-521-53430-7
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The Self-Directed Teacher by David Nunan
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Teachers as Course Developers by Kathleen
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Teachers Narrative Inquiry as Professional
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Paula R. Golombek
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Hardback 978-0-521-81342-6
Teaching Speaking by Christine Goh and
Anne Burns
Paperback 978-1-107-64833-3
Hardback 978-1-107-01123-6
Understanding Communication in Second
Language Classrooms by Karen E. Johnson
Paperback 978-0-521-45968-6
Using Corpora in the Language Classroom
by Randi Reppen
Paperback 978-0-521-14608-1
Hardback 978-0-521-76987-7
Vocabulary in Language Teaching by
Norbert Schmitt
Paperback 978-0-521-66938-2

Other Methodology
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These methodology books offer
teachers, teacher trainers and
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Imagine That! by Jane Arnold, Herbert Puchta
and Mario Rinvolucri
Paperback with
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978-0-521-71610-9
Multiple Intelligences in EFL by Herbert Puchta
and Mario Rinvolucri
Paperback 978-0-521-71611-6
Teaching Grammar Creatively by Gnter
Gerngross, Herbert Puchta and Scott Thornbury
Paperback with
CD-ROM/Audio CD
978-0-521-71609-3
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This series is designed for people
involved in teacher training and
education programmes. Materials
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About Language by Scott Thornbury
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Action Research for Language Teachers by
Michael J. Wallace
Paperback 978-0-521-18924-8
Advising and Supporting Teachers by
Mick Randall and Barbara Thornton
Paperback 978-0-521-63896-8
Alive to Language, Perspectives on
language by Valerie Arndt, Paul Harvey and
John Nuttall
Paperback 978-0-521-56882-1
Classroom Observation Tasks by
Ruth Wajnryb
Paperback 978-0-521-40722-9
English for the Teacher by Mary Spratt
Paperback 978-0-521-71213-2
Audio CDs (2)
978-0-521-15497-0
Literature and Language Teaching by
Gillian Lazar
Paperback 978-0-521-12184-2
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Caroline Bodsczky
Paperback 978-0-521-18921-7
Practice Teaching, A Reflective Approach
by Jack Richards and Thomas Farrel
Paperback 978-0-521-18622-3
Tasks for Language Teachers by
Martin Parrott
Paperback 978-1-107-40004-7
Teach English by Adrian Doff
Teachers Workbook
978-0-521-68430-9
Trainers Handbook
978-0-521-68429-3
Teachers in Action by Peter James
Paperback 978-0-521-18922-4
Teaching Children English, A training
course for teachers of English to children
by David Vale and Anne Feunteun
Paperback 978-1-107-40005-4
Training Foreign Language Teachers by
Michael J. Wallace
Paperback 978-0-521-18923-1

Teacher Training
Essentials
Craig Thaine
This book of ready-to-use teacher
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Paperback 978-0-521-17224-0

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Key Issues in Language A Course in English


Teaching
Language Teaching
Jack C. Richards

Penny Ur

A comprehensive and extensively


researched overview of key issues
in language teaching today. This
enhanced eBook, with embedded
audio and video, surveys a broad
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A wide range of issues is examined,


including a consideration of the
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Enhanced eBook
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English Phonetics and


Phonology
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.

A comprehensive package for teachers


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Paperback 978-1-107-61213-6

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include essential new topics for the
modern English language teacher:

Presents the material from the


Second edition for use as a fullyonline course, or part of a blended
training programme.
Online access code card

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The TKT Course CLIL Module


Teaching Knowledge Test

Kay Bentley

Language acquisition theories


and teaching methodologies

A self-study preparation course


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

Using digital supplementary


materials

Paperback 978-1-107-61212-9

Content and Language


Integrated Learning (CLIL)
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The TKT Course KAL Module

David Albery

A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Grammar for English


Language Teachers

A self-study preparation course for


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Second edition

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Martin Parrott

The TKT Course Training Activities CD-ROM

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30 teacher training activities designed


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As well as providing refreshingly clear
and original explanations, it includes
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and addresses typical problems that
learners encounter.
Extension exercises to accompany the
book are available on the website.

Paperback with Audio CDs (2) 978-0-521-14921-1


Hardback with Audio CDs (2) 978-0-521-88882-0
Enhanced eBook
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cambridge.org/gelt

See also

The TKT Course Modules 1, 2 and 3 Online

English as an international
language

Now also available as an enhanced


eBook with integrated audio.

Cambridge English Teacher


CambridgeEnglishTeacher.org
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Mary Spratt, Alan Pulverness and


Melanie Williams

Paperback 978-0-521-15264-8
Hardback 978-0-521-88505-8

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

C1 C2

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Academic Listening Edited by John Flowerdew
Paperback 978-0-521-45551-0
Cognition and Second Language Instruction
by Peter Robinson
Paperback 978-0-521-00386-5
Computer Applications in Second Language
Acquisition by Carol A. Chapelle
Paperback 978-0-521-62646-0
Contrastive Rhetoric by Ulla M. Connor
Paperback 978-0-521-44688-4
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Paperback 978-0-521-80583-4
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Paperback 978-0-521-00083-3
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Culture in Second Language Teaching and
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Paperback 978-0-521-64490-7
The Development of Second Language
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Paperback 978-0-521-19759-5
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Exploring ELF by Anna Mauranen
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Exploring the Dynamics of Second Language
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Paperback 978-0-521-52983-9
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Figurative Language, Genre and Register
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Hardback 978-1-107-00943-1
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Paperback 978-0-521-62551-7
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Paperback 978-0-521-58655-9
Paperback 978-0-521-64964-3
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Hardback 978-0-521-64022-0
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Research Perspectives on English for
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Paperback 978-0-521-54513-6
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Paperback 978-0-521-64963-6
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The Language of Business Meetings by
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Paperback 978-0-521-61821-2
Paperback 978-0-521-13343-2
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Hardback 978-0-521-11666-4
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Paperback 978-0-521-56764-0
Paperback 978-0-521-48438-1
Second Language Writing Edited by
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Language Transfer by Terence Odlin
Paperback 978-0-521-38778-1
Paperback 978-0-521-37809-3
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Learning Strategies in Second Language
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Knowledge Edited by Helmut Daller,
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Paperback 978-0-521-56761-9
Hardback 978-0-521-87851-7
Understanding Expertise in Teaching Edited
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NEW Multilingual Education Edited by
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Paperback 978-1-107-47751-3
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Narrative Research in Applied Linguistics
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European Framework, English Profile
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Language Functions Revisited, Theoretical
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Pragmatics in Language Teaching Edited by
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Reading in a Second Language by
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Cambridge Guides
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The Cambridge Guide to Teaching English
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The Cambridge Guide to English Usage by
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Hardback 978-0-521-62181-6
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Cambridge Language
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Affect in Language Learning Edited by
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Paperback 978-0-521-65963-5
Appropriate Methodology and Social
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Conversation: From Description to
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Paperback 978-0-521-89116-5
Hardback 978-0-521-81426-3
Course Design by Fraida Dubin and
Elite Olshtain
Paperback 978-0-521-27642-9
Culture Bound by Joyce Merrill Valdes
Paperback 978-0-521-31045-1
Developing Reading Skills by Franoise Grellet
Paperback 978-0-521-70678-0
Developments in English for Specific
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Maggie Jo St John
Paperback 978-0-521-59675-6
Discourse Analysis for Language Teachers
by Michael McCarthy
Paperback 978-0-521-36746-2
Discourse and Language Education by
Evelyn Hatch
Paperback 978-0-521-42605-3
The Dynamics of the Language Classroom
by Ian Tudor
Paperback 978-0-521-77676-9
English for Academic Purposes by
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English for Specific Purposes by
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The Experience of Language Teaching by
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Focus on the Language Classroom by
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Paperback 978-0-521-26909-4
Group Dynamics in the Language Classroom
by Zoltn Drnyei and Tim Murphey
Paperback 978-0-521-52971-6
Language Learning in Distance Education
by Cynthia White
Paperback 978-0-521-89455-5
Language Teacher Supervision by
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Paperback 978-1-107-40020-7
Hardback 978-0-521-83868-9
The Language Teaching Matrix by Jack C. Richards
Paperback 978-0-521-38794-1
Language Test Construction and Evaluation
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Paperback 978-1-107-40003-0
Learners Stories Edited by Phil Benson and
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Paperback 978-0-521-61414-6
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Paperback 978-0-521-71814-1
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Paperback 978-0-521-15194-8
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Paperback 978-0-521-79377-3
Psychology for Language Teachers by
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Paperback 978-0-521-49880-7
Research Methods in Language Learning
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Paperback 978-0-521-42968-9
The Roles of Language in CLIL by Ana Llinares,
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978-0-521-15007-1
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Paperback 978-0-521-53619-6
Second Language Teacher Education Edited
by Jack C. Richards and David Nunan
Paperback 978-0-521-38779-8
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Paperback 978-0-521-54947-9
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Paperback 978-0-521-53019-4
Teacher Learning in Language Teaching
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Paperback 978-0-521-55907-2
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Paperback 978-0-521-77434-5

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Paperback 978-0-521-27384-8
Testing for Language Teachers, Second
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Paperback 978-0-521-18998-9
Understanding Research in Second Language
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Paperback 978-0-521-31551-7
Using Surveys in Language Programs by
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Paperback 978-0-521-79656-9
Hardback 978-0-521-79216-5
Values, Philosophies, and Beliefs in TESOL,
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Paperback 978-0-521-74127-9
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Vocabulary, Description, Acquisition and
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Paperback 978-0-521-58551-4
Voices from the Language Classroom
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NEW Bilingual Language Acquisition by
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Paperback 978-1-107-67315-1
Cambridge Handbook of Second Language
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Hardback 978-1-107-00771-0
NEW Case by Mark Baker
Paperback 978-1-107-69009-7
English as a Global Language, Second
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Paperback 978-1-107-61180-1
Introducing Second Language Acquisition,
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Paperback 978-1-107-64823-4
Hardback 978-1-107-01089-5
The Bilingual Family, Second edition by
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Paperback 978-0-521-00464-0
The Cambridge Dictionary of English
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978-0-521-86319-3
The Cambridge Dictionary of Linguistics by
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978-0-521-74745-5
The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Language,
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Paperback 978-0-521-73650-3
The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the English
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Paperback 978-0-521-53033-0
CLIL by Do Coyle, Philip Hood and David Marsh
Paperback 978-0-521-13021-9
Common European Framework of Reference
for Languages by Council of Europe
Paperback 978-0-521-00531-9
The Communicative Value of Intonation in
English by David Brazil
Paperback 978-0-521-58457-9
Context in Language Learning and Language
Understanding by Kirsten Malmkjaer and
John Williams
Paperback 978-0-521-63355-0
Developing Professional-level Language Proficiency by Betty Lou Leaver and Boris Shekhtman
Paperback 978-0-521-01685-8
Discourse and Context in Language Teaching
by Marianne Celce-Murcia and Elite Olshtain
Paperback 978-0-521-64837-0
English Grammar by Evelyn P. Altenberg and
Robert M. Vago
Paperback 978-0-521-73216-1

Exploring Spoken English by Ronald Carter


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Paperback 978-0-521-56860-9
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978-0-521-12169-9
NEW Foreign Accent: The Phenomenon of
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Hardback 978-1-107-00581-5
NEW First Exposure to a Second Language
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Hardback 978-1-107-01761-0
From Corpus to Classroom by Anne OKeeffe,
Michael McCarthy and Ronald Carter
Paperback 978-0-521-61686-7
From Teacher to Manager by Ron White,
Andrew Hockley, Julie van der Horst Jansen and
Melissa S. Laughner
Paperback 978-0-521-70909-5
Issues in Applied Linguistics by Michael McCarthy
Paperback 978-0-521-58546-0
NEW Language Change by Joan Bybee
Paperback 978-1-107-65582-9
Language and the Internet, Second edition
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Hardback 978-0-521-86859-4
Linguistics, Second edition by Andrew Radford,
Martin Atkinson, David Britain and Harald Clahsen
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978-0-521-61478-8
Management in English Language Teaching
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Ron White
Paperback 978-0-521-37763-8
Methodology in Language Teaching Edited
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Paperback 978-0-521-15203-7
NEW The Multilingual Mind by Michael
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Paperback 978-1-107-61245-7
NEW Narrative in English Conversation by
Christoph Rhlemann
Hardback 978-0-521-19698-7
NEW Native Speakers and Native Users by
Alan Davies
Hardback 978-0-521-11927-6
NEW Noun Phrase Complexity in English
by Eva Berlage
Hardback 978-1-107-01512-8
NEW Parentheticals in Spoken English by
Nicole Deh
Hardback 978-0-521-76192-5
Performance and Competence in Second
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Kirsten Malmkjaer, Edited by Gillian Brown
Paperback 978-0-521-55861-7
NEW The Rise of Writing by Deborah Brandt
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978-1-107-46211-3
NEW Signalling Nouns in Academic English
by John Flowerdew and Richard W. Forest
Hardback 978-1-107-02211-9
The Sociolinguistics of Globalization by
Jan Blommaert
Paperback 978-0-521-71023-7
NEW Sounds Interesting by J. C. Wells
Hardback 978-1-107-07470-5
Spoken Language and Applied Linguistics
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Paperback 978-0-521-59769-2
The Study of Language Fifth edition by
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Waystage, Threshold and Vantage by
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Waystage 1990
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Threshold 1990
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World Englishes by Andy Kirkpatrick
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Professional Development: Assessment

Studies in Language
Testing
Series Editors: Michael Milanovic
and Cyril J. Weir
The series is published by Cambridge
English Language Assessment
in conjunction with Cambridge
University Press. It focuses on
important developments in language
testing which will be of considerable
interest to test users, language test
developers and researchers.
Aligning Tests with the CEFR, (SILT 33)
Edited by Waldemar Martyniuk
Paperback 978-0-521-17684-2
Assessing Academic English, (SILT 23) by
Alan Davies
Paperback 978-0-521-54250-0
Cambridge English The First Hundred
Years, (SiLT 38) by Roger A. Hawkey and
Michael Milanovic
Paperback 978-1-107-63473-2
Changing Language Teaching through
Language Testing, (SILT 21) by Liying Cheng
Paperback 978-0-521-54473-3
Hardback 978-0-521-83614-2
Components of L2 Reading, (SILT 32) by
Toshihiko Shiotsu
Paperback 978-0-521-15727-8
Continuity and Innovation, (SILT 15) by
Cyril J. Weir
Paperback 978-0-521-01331-4
The Development of IELTS, (SILT 4) by
Caroline Clapham
Paperback
978-0-521-56708-4
Dictionary of Language Testing, (SILT 7) by
Alan Davies
Paperback 978-0-521-65876-8
An Empirical Investigation of the Componentiality of L2 Reading in English for
Academic Purposes, (SILT 12) by Cyril Weir,
Yang Huizhong and Jin Yan
Paperback 978-0-521-65381-7
Hardback 978-0-521-65299-5
The equivalence of direct and semi-direct
speaking tests, (SILT 13) by Kieran J. OLoughlin
Paperback 978-0-521-66793-7
European Language Testing in a Global
Context, (SILT 18) Edited by Michael Milvanovic
and Cyril J. Weir
Paperback 978-0-521-53587-8
Hardback 978-0-521-82897-0
Examining FCE and CAE, (SILT 28) by Roger
Hawkey
Paperback 978-0-521-73672-5
Examining Listening , (SILT 35) Edited by
Ardeshir Geranpayeh and Lynda Taylor
Paperback 978-1-107-60263-2
Examining Reading, (SILT 29) by Hanan Khalifa
and Cyril J. Weir
Paperback 978-0-521-736718
Examining Speaking, (SILT 30) Edited by
Lynda Taylor Michael Milanovic Cyril J. Weir
Paperback 978-0-521-73670-1
Examining Writing, (SILT 26) by Stuart D. Shaw
and Cyril J. Weir
Paperback 978-0-521-69293-9

Experimenting with Uncertainty, (SILT 11)


Edited by C. Elder, A. Brown, E. Grove, K. Hill,
N. Iwashita, T. Lumley, T. McNamara and K. OLoughlin
Paperback 978-0-521-77576-2
Exploring Language Frameworks, (SILT 36)
Edited by Evelina D. Galaczi and Cyril J. Weir
Paperback
978-1-107-67702-9
Fairness and Validation in Language
Assessment, (SILT 9) by Antony John Kunnan
Paperback 978-0-521-65874-4
IELTS Collected Papers, (SILT 19) Edited by
Lynda Taylor and Peter Falvey
Paperback 978-0-521-54248-7
IELTS Collected Papers 2, (SILT 34) Edited by
Lynda Taylor and Cyril J. Weir
Paperback 978-1-107-60264-9
IELTS Washback in Context, (SILT 25) by
Anthony Green
Paperback 978-0-521-69292-2
The impact of high-stakes examinations on
classroom teaching, (SILT 22) by Dianne Wall
Paperback 978-0-521-54249-4
Impact Theory and Practice, (SILT 24) by
Roger Hawkey
Paperback 978-0-521-68097-4
An Investigation into the Comparability
of Two Tests of English as a Foreign Language,
(SILT 1) by Lyle F. Bachman, Fred Davidson,
Katherine Ryan and Inn-Chull Choi
Paperback
978-0-521-48467-1
Issues in Computer-Adaptive Testing of
Reading Proficiency, (SILT 10) Edited by
Micheline Chalhoub-Deville
Paperback 978-0-521-65380-0
Issues in Testing Business English, (SILT 17)
by Barry OSullivan
Paperback 978-0-521-01330-7
Language Testing Matters, (SILT 31) Edited
by Lynda Taylor and Cyril J. Weir
Paperback 978-0-521-16391-0

Learner Strategy Use and Performance on


Language Tests, (SILT 8) by James Purpura
Paperback 978-0-521-65875-1
Measured Constructs, (SILT 37) by Cyril J. Weir,
Ivana Vidakovi and Evelina D. Galaczi
Paperback 978-1-107-67769-2
A Modular Approach to Testing English
Language Skills, (SILT 16) by Roger Hawkey
Paperback 978-0-521-01332-1
Hardback 978-0-521-81351-8
Multilingual Frameworks (SILT 40) by
Neil Jones
Paperback 978-1-107-64172-3
Multilingual Glossary of Language Testing
Terms, (SILT 6) by Prepared by ALTE members
Paperback 978-0-521-65877-5
Multilingualism and Assessment, (SILT 27)
Edited by Lynda Taylor and Cyril J. Weir
Paperback 978-0-521-71192-0
Performance Testing, Cognition and
Assessment, (SILT 3) Edited by
Michael Milvanovic and Nick Saville
Paperback
978-0-521-48465-7
A Qualitative Approach to the Validation
of Oral Language Tests (SILT 14)
Paperback 978-0-521-00267-7
Testing Reading Through Summary (SILT 39)
by Lynda Taylor
Paperback 978-1-107-69570-2
Testing the Spoken English of Young
Norwegians, (SILT 20) by Angela Hasselgren
Paperback 978-0-521-54472-6
Hardback 978-0-521-83613-5
Test Taker Characteristics and Test
Performance, (SILT 2) by Antony John Kunnan
Paperback
978-0-521-48466-4
Verbal Protocol Analysis in Language Testing
Research, (SILT 5) by Alison J. F. Green
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This series provides systematic and
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Assessing Grammar by James E. Purpura
Paperback 978-0-521-00344-5
Assessing Languages for Specific Purposes
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Paperback 978-0-521-58543-9
Assessing Language through Computer
Technology by Carol Chapelle and Dan Douglas
Paperback 978-0-521-54949-3
Hardback 978-0-521-84021-7
Assessing Listening by Gary Buck
Paperback 978-0-521-66661-9
Assessing Reading by J. Charles Alderson
Paperback 978-0-521-59999-3
Assessing Speaking by Sari Luoma
Paperback 978-0-521-80487-5
Assessing Vocabulary by John Read
Paperback 978-0-521-62741-2
Assessing Writing by Sara Cushing Weigle
Paperback 978-0-521-78446-7
Hardback 978-0-521-78027-8
WINNER KENNETH W MILDENBERGER
Assessing Young Language Learners by
Penny McKay
Paperback 978-0-521-60123-8
Statistical Analyses for Language Assessment
by Lyle F. Bachman, Antony Kunnan
Paperback 978-0-521-00328-5
Workbook and CD-ROM
978-0-521-60906-7

Cambridge
Guide to Second
Language
Assessment
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Title index
A
About Language
88
Academic Encounters 
43
Academic Listening
89
Academic Vocabulary in Use 45
Academic Writing
43
Academic Writing Skills
44
Action Plan for IELTS
67
Action Research for Language
Teachers88
Active Grammar
27
Active Listening 
85
Activity Box
86
Advanced Grammar in Use 76
Advanced Skills
86
Advanced Trainer
70
Advising and Supporting
Teachers88
Affect in Language Learning 90
Agendas for Second Language
Literacy87
Aligning Tests with the CEFR,
(SILT 33)
91
Alive to Language
88
American English in Mind
25
American MORE!
20
American Primary Colors
16
Approaches and Methods in
Language Teaching
89
Appropriate Methodology and
Social Context
90
Assessing Academic English,
(SILT 23)
91
Assessing Grammar
91
Assessing Language through
Computer Technology
91
Assessing Languages for
Specific Purposes
91
Assessing Listening
91
Assessing Reading
91
Assessing Speaking
91
Assessing Vocabulary
91
Assessing Writing
91
Assessing Young Language
Learners91
B
Basic Grammar in Use
73
Be My Guest
51
Be Understood!
86
Beginning to Write
87
Better English Pronunciation 79
Beyond Training
90
Bilingual Family, Second
edition, The
90
Bilingual Language Acquisition 90
Book of Days, The
86
BULATS Blended Learning
Course65
Business Advantage
46
Business Benchmark
65
Business English Frameworks 86
Business Plus
48
Business Roles 2
86
Business Start-up
47
Business Vocabulary in Use 48
C
Cambridge Academic Content
Dictionary54
Cambridge Academic English 42
Cambridge Academic Writing
Collection43
Cambridge Advanced Learners
Dictionary
52
Cambridge Alphabet Book
17
Cambridge Applied Linguistics 89
Cambridge BEC
69
Cambridge Bilingual
Dictionaries54
Cambridge Business English
Activities86
Cambridge Business English
Dictionary53
Cambridge Business Skills
47
Cambridge Copy Collection 86
Cambridge Dictionaries Online 52
Cambridge Dictionary of American
English54

92

Cambridge Dictionary of
American Idioms
54
Cambridge Dictionary of English
Grammar, The
90
Cambridge Dictionary of
Linguistics, The
90
Cambridge Discovery Education
Interactive Readers
80
Cambridge Encyclopedia of
Language, Third edition, The 90
Cambridge Encyclopedia of the
English Language,
Second edition, The
90
Cambridge English The First
Hundred Years, (SiLT 38)
91
Cambridge English Advanced 69
Cambridge English Business
Certificates69
Cambridge English Empower 30
Cambridge English First
69
Cambridge English First for
Schools69
Cambridge English for
Engineering50
Cambridge English for Human
Resources50
Cambridge English for
Job-hunting50
Cambridge English for
Marketing50
Cambridge English for Nursing 50
Cambridge English for
Scientists50
Cambridge English for the
Media50
Cambridge English IELTS
69
Cambridge English Key
68
Cambridge English Placement
Test7
Cambridge English Practice
Testbank71
Cambridge English Preliminary 68
Cambridge English Prepare! 58
Cambridge English Proficiency 69
Cambridge English Pronouncing
Dictionary54
Cambridge English Readers 82
Cambridge English Skills
84
Cambridge English Teacher
5
Cambridge English Young
Learners 
68
Cambridge Essential English
Dictionary53
Cambridge Experience Readers82
Cambridge for ESOL
 84
Cambridge Grammar and
Vocabulary72
Cambridge Grammar and
Vocabulary for the TOEIC Test51
Cambridge Grammar for PET 72
Cambridge Grammar for IELTS 72
Cambridge Grammar of English76
Cambridge Guide to English
Usage, The
89
Cambridge Guide to Pedagogy
and Practice in Second Language
Teaching, The
89
Cambridge Guide to Second
Language Assessment, The 89
Cambridge Guide to Second
Language Teacher
Education, The
89
Cambridge Guide to Teaching
English to Speakers of Other
Languages, The
89
Cambridge Guides
89
Cambridge Handbook of Second
Language Acquisition
90
Cambridge Handbooks for
Language Teachers
87
Cambridge Idioms Dictionary
54

Cambridge Key English Test
(Cambridge English: Key)
68
Cambridge Language
Assessment91
Cambridge Language
Education87
Cambridge Language Teaching
Library90

Cambridge Learners Dictionary53


Cambridge Learners Dictionary
English-Polish
54
Cambridge Learners Dictionary
English-Russian54
Cambridge Learners Dictionary
English-Turkish54
Cambridge Learning
Management System
7
Cambridge Phrasal Verbs
Dictionary54
Cambridge Preparation for the
TOEFL Test
51
Cambridge School Dictionary 54
Cambridge Storybooks
17
Cambridge Teacher Training and
Development
88
Cambridge Vocabulary for PET 72
Cambridge Vocabulary for IELTS72
Cambridge Vocabulary for IELTS
Advanced
72
Cambridge Young Readers
17
Case90
CEFR in Practice, English Profile
Studies 4, The
89
CELTA Course, The
88
Changing Language Teaching
through Language Testing,
(SILT 21)
91
Classroom Decision-Making 90
Classroom Management
Techniques87
Classroom Observation Tasks 88
Classroom-Based Evaluation in
Second Language Education 87
Clear Speech
79
Clear Speech from the Start 79
CLIL90
CLIL Activities
87
Cognition and Second Language
Instruction89
Collaborative Action Research for
English Language Teachers 90
Collaborative Language Learning
and Teaching
90
Collocations Extra
86
Common European Framework of
Reference for Languages
90
Common Mistakes and how to
avoid them
72
Communicating Across
Cultures47
Communicative Activities for
EAP87
Communicative Language
Teaching, An Introduction 90
Communicative Value of
Intonation in English, The
90
Compact61
Company to Company
48
Complete62
Components of L2 Reading,
(SILT 32)
91
Computer Applications in Second
Language Acquisition
89
Connect27
Context in Language Learning
and Language Understanding 90
Continuity and Innovation,
(SILT 15)
91
Contrastive Rhetoric
89
Conversation: From Description
to Pedagogy
90
Cooperative Learning and Second
Language Teaching
87
Corpora in Applied Linguistics 89
Course Design
90
Course in English Language
Teaching, A
88
Criterial Features in L2 English,
English Profile Studies 1
89
Criterion-Referenced Language
Testing89
Critical Pedagogies and Language
Learning89
Culture Bound
90
Culture in Second Language
Teaching and Learning
89
Curriculum Development in
Language Teaching
87

D
Decisionmaker86
Developing Professional-level
Language Proficiency
90
Developing Reading Skills
90
Development of IELTS,
(SILT 4), The
91
Development of Second Language
Proficiency, The
89
Developments in English for
Specific Purposes
90
Dialogue Activities
87
Diccionario Bilinge Cambridge
Compact English-Spanish
Spanish-English54
Diccionario Bilinge Cambridge
Pocket English-Spanish
Spanish-English54
Dictation87
Dictionary Activities
87
Dictionary of Language Testing,
(SILT 7)
91
Disciplinary Identities
89
Discourse Analysis for Language
Teachers90
Discourse and Context in
Language Teaching
90
Discourse and Language
Education90
Discovering Fiction
45
Discussions AZ
86
Discussions and More
87
Drama Techniques,
Third edition
87
Dynamic Presentations
47
Dynamics of the Language
Classroom, The
90
E
eBooks6
Educating Second Language
Children87
Effective Reading
84
Empirical Investigation of the
Componentiality of L2 Reading
in English for Academic
Purposes, (SILT 12), An
91
English as a Global Language,
Second edition
90
English at Work
84
English Collocations in Use 78
English for Academics
45
English for Academic Purposes 90
English for Business
Communication47
English for Business Studies 48
English for Specific Purposes 90
English for the Financial Sector 49
English for the Teacher
88
English Grammar
90
English Grammar in Use
74
English Grammar in Use
Supplementary Exercises
74
English Grammar Today
76
English Idioms in Use
78
English in Medicine
51
English in Mind Second edition24
English Ladder, The
16
English Language Teaching
Materials87
English Phonetics and
Phonology88
English Phrasal Verbs in Use 78
English Profile Studies
89
English Pronunciation
Illustrated79
English Pronunciation in Use 79
English Unlimited
34
English Vocabulary in Use
78
English36549
Equivalence of direct and
semi-direct speaking tests,
(SILT 13), The
91
ESOL Activities
84
Essential BULATS
65
Essential Grammar in Use
73
Essential Grammar in Use
Supplementary Exercises
73

Essential Grammar in Use:


French edition
73
Essential Grammar in Use:
German edition
73
Essential Grammar in Use:
Italian edition
73
Essential Grammar in Use:
Spanish edition
73
Essential Grammar in Use:
Thai edition
73
Essential Telephoning in
English48
European Language Testing in a
Global Context, (SILT 18)
91
Examining FCE and CAE,
(SILT 28)
91
Examining Listening, (SILT 35) 91
Examining Reading, (SILT 29) 91
Examining Speaking, (SILT 30) 91
Examining Writing, (SILT 26) 91
Experience of Language
Teaching, The
90
Experimenting with Uncertainty,
(SILT 11)
91
Exploring British Culture
86
Exploring ELF
89
Exploring Grammar in Writing 77
Exploring Language Frameworks,
(SILT 36)
91
Exploring Spoken English
90
Exploring the Dynamics of Second
Language Writing
89
Exploring the Second Language
Mental Lexicon
89
Extensive Reading Activities for
Teaching Language
87
Extensive Reading in the Second
Language Classroom
87
Eyes Open
18
face2face Second edition
32
Factbooks: Why is it so?
17
Fairness and Validation in
Language Assessment,
(SILT 9)
91
Feedback in Second Language
Writing89
Figurative Language, Genre and
Register89
Film, TV and Music, Multi-level
activities for teenagers
86
First Exposure to a Second
Language90
First for Schools Trainer
70
First Trainer
70
Five-Minute Activities
87
Five-Minute Activities for Business
English87
Five-Minute Activities for Young
Learners87
Flightpath50
Focus on Form in Classroom
Second Language Acquisition 89
Focus on the Language
Classroom90
Foreign Accent: The Phenomenon
of Non-native Speech
90
Four Corners
35
From Corpus to Classroom 90
From Reader to Reading Teacher
87
From Teacher to Manager
90
Fun for Starters, Movers and
Flyers60
Functional English Grammar 87
G
Games for Grammar Practice 86
Games for Language Learning,
Third edition
87
Games for Vocabulary Practice 86
Genre Analysis
89
Genres Across the Disciplines 89
Get on Stage!
17
Good Practice
51
Grammar Activity Book, The 86
Grammar and Beyond
77
Grammar and Vocabulary
86
Grammar for Business
48

Grammar for English Language


Teachers88
Grammar Games
77
Grammar in Practice
77
Grammar Practice
27
Grammar Practice Activities,
Second edition
87
Grammar Songs & Raps
17
Group Dynamics in the Language
Classroom90
Guidelines43
I
IELTS Blended Learning Course67
IELTS Collected Papers 2,
(SILT 34)
91
IELTS Collected Papers,
(SILT 19)
91
IELTS Practice Test App for
iPhone67
IELTS Trainer
70
IELTS Washback in Context,
(SILT 25)
91
Imaginative Projects
86
Imagine That!
87
Immersion Education
89
Immigrant Pupils Learn English,
English Profile Studies 3
89
Impact of high-stakes
examinations on classroom
teaching, (SILT 22), The
91
Impact Theory and Practice,
(SILT 24)
91
In Business
86
In Focus
42
Infotech49
Insight into PET
67
Insights into Second Language
Reading89
Instant Academic Skills
45
Instant IELTS
86
Instant PET
86
Interactive26
Interactive Approaches to Second
Language Reading
89
Interchange Fourth edition  38
Intercultural Language
Activities87
Intercultural Resource Pack 86
Interfaces Between Second
Language Acquisition and
Language Testing Research 89
International Legal English
49
International Negotiations
47
International Story, The
84
Internet and the Language
Classroom, The
87
Intonation in Context
79
Introducing Second Language
Acquisition, Second edition 90
Introduction to International
Legal English
49
Investigation into the
Comparability of Two Tests of
English as a Foreign Language,
(SILT 1), An
91
Issues in Applied Linguistics 90
Issues in Computer-Adaptive
Testing of Reading Proficiency,
(SILT 10)
91
Issues in Testing Business English,
(SILT 17)
91
J
Join Us for English

17

K
Keep Talking
87
KET for Schools Trainer
70
Key Issues in Language
Teaching88
Kids Box Second edition
14
Kids Box American English
Second edition
14

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Title index
L
Language Activities for
Teenagers87
Language and Linguistics
90
Language and the Internet,
Second edition
90
Language Change
90
Language Functions Revisited,
English Profile Studies 2
89
Language Learning in Distance
Education90
Language Learning with Digital
Video87
Language Learning with
Technology87
Language of Business
Meetings, The
89
Language Program Evaluation 89
Language Teacher Supervision 90
Language Teaching Awareness 87
Language Teaching Matrix, The90
Language Test Construction
and Evaluation
90
Language Testing Matters,
(SILT 31)
91
Language to Language
84
Language Transfer
89
Laughing Matters
87
Learner Autonomy
87
Learner English, Second edition87
Learner Strategy Use and
Performance on Language Tests,
(SILT 8)
91
Learner-Centred
Curriculum, The
89
Learners Stories
90
Learning One-to-One
87
Learning Strategies in Second
Language Acquisition
89
Learning to Learn English
84
Learning Vocabulary in Another
Language Second edition 89
Lessons from Good Language
Learners90
Lessons from Nothing
87
Lets Talk
85
Linguistics, Second edition
90
Listening Extra
86
Listening in the Language
Classroom90
Literature and Language
Teaching88
Literature in the Language
Classroom87
M
Making Connections
44
Making Progress to First
Certificate63
Management in English Language
Teaching90
Materials Development in
Language Teaching, Second
edition90
Meaningful Action: Earl Stevicks
Influence on Language
Teaching90
Meanings and Metaphors
86
Measured Constructs, (SILT 37)91
Memory Activities for Language
Learning
87
Mentor Courses
88
Messages23
Methodology in Language
Teaching90
Modelling and Assessing
Vocabulary Knowledge
89
Modular Approach to Testing
English Language Skills,
(SILT 16), A
91
MORE!20
Motivating Learners, Motivating
Teachers
90
Motivational Strategies in the
Language Classroom
90
Multilingual Education
89
Multilingual Frameworks
(SILT 40)
91
Multilingual Glossary of Language
Testing Terms, (SILT 6)
91

Multilingual Mind, The


90
Multilingualism and Assessment,
(SILT 27)
91
Multiple Intelligences in EFL 87
N
Narrative in English
Conversation90
Narrative Research in Applied
Linguistics89
Native Speakers and Native
Users90
Needs Analysis for Language
Course Design
50
NetLanguages79
Network-Based Language
Teaching89
New Directions
43
New Insight into IELTS
67
Noun Phrase Complexity in
English90
Newland Street
27
O
Objective64
Official Cambridge Guide to
IELTS, The
66
Official IELTS Practice Materials67
Official Top Tips for PET, The 72
Once Upon a Time
87
Online Practice Tests
71
P
Pairwork and Groupwork,
Multi-level activities for
teenagers86
Parentheticals in Spoken
English90
Passages Third edition
39
Past Paper Packs
71
Performance and Competence in
Second Language Acquisition 90
Performance Testing, Cognition
and Assessment, (SILT 3)
91
Personalizing Language
Learning87
Pictures for Language Learning87
Planning Lessons and Courses 87
Playway to English Second
edition16
Practical Faster Reading
84
Practice in a Second Language 89
Practice Teaching, A Reflective
Approach88
Practice Tests
68

Practicum in TESOL, A
87
Pragmatics in Language
Teaching89
Preliminary for Schools Trainer 70
Present Yourself
85
Presentation Plus
6
Primary Activity Box
86
Primary Colours
16
Primary Communication Box 86
Primary Curriculum Box
86
Primary Grammar Box
86
Primary i-Box
17
Primary i-Dictionary
17
Primary Music Box
86
Primary Pronunciation Box
86
Primary Reading Box
86
Primary Vocabulary Box
86
Professional Development for
Language Teachers
87
Professional English in Use
Engineering50
Professional English in Use
Finance50
Professional English in Use ICT 50
Professional English in Use Law50
Professional English in Use
Management50
Professional English in Use
Marketing50
Professional English in Use
Medicine50
Professional English Online 51
Pronunciation for Advanced
Learners of English
79

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Pronunciation Games
86
Pronunciation of English, The 79
Pronunciation Practice
Activities87
Pronunciation Tasks
79
Psychology for Language
Teachers90
Q
Qualitative Approach to the
Validation of Oral Language
Tests (SILT 14), A
91
Quizzes, Questionnaires and
Puzzles86
R
Read This!
44
Reading Extra
86
Reading in a Second Language89
Real Listening & Speaking
84
Real Reading
84
Real Writing
84
Reflective Teaching in Second
Language Classrooms
87
Replication Research in Applied
Linguistics89
Research Genres
89
Research Methods in Language
Learning90
Research Perspectives on English
for Academic Purposes
89
Researching and Applying
Metaphor89

Rise of Writing, The
90
Roles of Language in CLIL, The 90
Rules, Patterns and Words,
Grammar and texts in English
Language Teaching
90
S
Safe Sailing
50
Second Language Classrooms 89
Second Language
Curriculum, The
89
Second Language Listening 87
Second Language Needs
Analysis89
Second Language Teacher
Education90
Second Language Vocabulary
Acquisition89
Second Language Writing 87, 89
Self-Directed Teacher, The
87
Ship or Sheep?
79
Short Stories
84
Signalling Nouns in Academic
English90
Singing Grammar
86
Skills and Language for Study 43
Skills for Effective Writing
44
Sociolinguistics and Language
Teaching89
Sociolinguistics of
Globalization, The
90
Sounds Interesting
90
Speaking Extra
86
Speaking Test Preparation
Packs71
Spoken Language and Applied
Linguistics90
Standby Book, The
87
Statistical Analyses for Language
Assessment91
Step Up to IELTS
67
Stories, Narrative activities in the
language classroom
87
Storyfun for Starters, Movers and
Flyers60
Strategic Reading
84
Studies in Language Testing 91
Study of Language Fifth
edition, The 90
12
Super Minds
Super Minds American English 12
Super Safari
10
Super Safari American English
edition10

T
Target Score
51
Task-Based Language
Education89
Task-Based Language Teaching90
Tasks for Language Teachers 88
Teach Business English
87
Teach English
88
Teacher Language Awareness 90
Teacher Learning in Language
Teaching90
Teacher Research in Language
Teaching89
Teacher Training Essentials
88
Teachers as Course Developers87
Teachers in Action
88
Teachers Narrative Inquiry as
Professional Development 87
Teaching Adult Second Language
Learners
87
Teaching Children English
88
Teaching English Spelling
87
Teaching Grammar Creatively 87
Teaching Languages to Young
Learners90
Teaching Large Multilevel
Classes87
Teaching Listening
Comprehension87
Teaching Pronunciation, Second
edition90
Teaching Speaking
87
Teaching the Spoken Language90
Teaching Young Learners to
Think17
Teen World, Multi-level activities
for teenagers
86
Telephoning in English
48
Test Taker Characteristics and Test
Performance, (SILT 2)
91
Testing for Language Teachers,
Second edition
90
Testing Reading Through
Summary (SILT 39)
91
Testing Spoken Language
87
Testing the Spoken English of
Young Norwegians, (SILT 20) 91
Text, Role and Context
89
TKT Course CLIL Module, The 88
TKT Course Training Activities
CD-ROM, The
88
TKT Course KAL Module, The 88
TKT Course Modules 1, 2
and 3, The
88
TKT Course Modules 1, 2 and 3
Online, The 
88
Top Tips
72
Top Tips for IELTS Academic and
General Training
72
Touchstone Online Course
37
Touchstone Second edition 36
Trainers70
Training Foreign Language
Teachers88
Translation and Own-language
Activities87
Tree or Three?
79

V
Values, Philosophies, and Beliefs
in TESOL, Making a statement 90
Ventures Second edition
39
Verbal Protocol Analysis in
Language Testing Research,
(SILT 5)
91
Viewpoint37
Vocabulary Activities
87
Vocabulary in Language
Teaching87
Vocabulary in Practice
77
Vocabulary in Use
78
Vocabulary, Description,
Acquisition and Pedagogy 90
Voices from the Language
Classroom90
W
Way to Go!
27
Way with Words, A
86
Ways of Doing
87
Waystage, Threshold and
Vantage90
Welcome!51
Whats it Like?
84
Words at Work
48
Working with Images
87
Working with Words
87
World Englishes
90
Write to be Read
43
Writers at Work
44
Writers at Work: From Sentence
to Paragraph
44
Writers at Work: The Essay
44
Writers at Work: The Paragraph44
Writers at Work: The Short
Composition44
Writers Workbook, A
43
Writing Extra
86
Writing for Advanced Learners of
English84
Writing for Impact
47
Writing from Within
43
Writing Simple Poems
87
Writing Skills
84
Writing Skills Interactive
85
Y
Your Space

22

U
Uncover18
Understanding Communication in
Second Language Classrooms87
Understanding Expertise in
Teaching89
Understanding Research in
Second Language Learning 90
Unlock40
Using Authentic Video in the
Language Classroom
87
Using Corpora in the Language
Classroom87
Using Folktales
87
Using Newspapers in the
Classroom87
Using Surveys in Language
Programs90
Using the Board in the Language
Classroom87

93

Author index
A
Aebersold, Jo Ann
Akkramas, Sripoom
Albery, David
Alderson, J. Charles
Allen, Patrick
Allum, Virginia
Allwright, Richard
Altenberg, Evelyn P.
Anderson, Kenneth
Andrews, Stephen
Armer, Tamzen
Arndt, Valerie
Arnold, Jane
Aspinall, Patricia
Atkinson, Martin
Austen, Michael

87
73
88
90, 91
89
50
90
90
45
90
50
88
87, 90
83
90
83

B
Babenko, Elisabeth
Bachman, Lyle F.
Bailey, Kathleen M.
Baker, Ann
Baker, Mark
Bamford, Julian
Banks, Tim
Barbisan, Carlos
Barkhuizen, Gary
Barrell, Jania
Battersby, Alan
Benson, Phil
Bentley, Marla
Bentley, Kay
Berlage, Eva
Betteridge, David
Bilbrough, Nick
Bitterlin, Gretchen
Black, Michael
Blass, Laurie
Blommaert, Jan
Bodsczky, Caroline
Bohlke, David
Borg, Simon
Boyd, Elaine
Brandt, Deborah
Brazil, David
Breen, Michael P.
Brennan, Frank
Brinton, Donna
Britain, David
Broadhead, Annie
Brook-Hart, Guy
Brookes, Arthur
Brown, A.
Brown, Gillian
Brown, Keith
Brown, Kristine
Brown, Steven
Browne, Charles
Buck, Gary
Buckby, Michael
Budden, Joanna
Bunting, John
Burden, Robert L.
Burns, Anne
Bybee, Joan

84
89, 91
90
79
90
87
47
27
89
83
83
90
82
86, 88
90
87
87
39
64, 70
44, 77
90
88
35
89
84
90
90
90
82, 83
90
90
64
62, 65, 86
87
91
50, 90
90
43
85
42
91
87
26, 86
77
90
87, 89, 90
90

C
Cameron, Lynne 
89, 90
Campbell, Colin
82, 83
Canestri, Captain Stefano
50
Capel, Annette
58, 64
Carrell, Patricia L.
89
Carter, Richard
24
Carter, Ronald
76, 89, 90
atibui, Bronagh
89
Celce-Murcia, Marianne
90
Cenoz, Jasone
89
Ceramella, Nick
50
Chalhoub-Deville, Micheline 91
Chapelle, Carol A.
89, 91
Chaudron, Craig
89
Cheng, Liying
91
Chin, Elizabeth
86
Chin, Peter
44
Choi, Inn-Chull
91

94

Chartered Institute of
Marketing (CIM)
50
Clahsen, Harald
90
Clapham, Caroline
90, 91
Clark, David
48, 65
Clark, Rachel
48
Clementson, Theresa
34
Clover, Louise
82
Coady, James
89
Cohen, Andrew D.
89
Collie, Joanne
87
Connor, Ulla M.
89
Coombe, Christine
89
Corbett, John
87
Cordell, Jane
86
Cosgrove, Anthony
84

Coyle, Do
90
Craven, Miles
23, 74, 84, 86
Crookes, Graham
87, 90
Crowther-Alwyn, John
86
Crystal, David
90
Cullen, Pauline
66, 72
Culligan, Brent
42
Cummins, Jim
89
Cunningham, Gillie
32
Cushing Weigle, Sara
91
D

Dale, Liz
87
Daller, Helmut
89
DaSilva Iddings, Ana Christina 87
Davidson, Fred
91
Davidson, Peter
89
Davies, Alan
90, 91
Davis, Fiona
27
Davis, Paul
87
Day, Jeremy
27, 50
Day, Richard R.
87
Dean Brown, James
90
Deh, Nicole
90
Deignan, Alice
89
DeKeyser, Robert
89
Devine, Joanne
89
Dignen, Bob
47, 49
Dimond-Bayir, Stephanie
40
Diniz, Luciana
77
Dobbs, Jeannine
87
Doff, Adrian
30, 34, 88
Donna, Sylvie
79, 87
Drnyei, Zoltn
90
Doughty, Catherine
89
Douglas, Dan
91
Downes, Colm
50
Driscoll, Liz
72, 84, 86
Driver, Paul
87
Dubin, Fraida
90
Dudeney, Gavin
87
Dudley-Evan, Tony
90
Duff, Alan
87
E
Eckstut-Didier, Samuela
Edwards, Lynda
Elder, C.
Elliot, Sue
Ellis, Robert
Emmerson, Paul
Eskey, David E.
Esling, John
Espeseth, Miriam
Espinosa, Tamsin
Evans, David
Everett-Camplin, Helen
F
Falvey, Peter
Farrall, Cate
Farrell, Thomas
Feunteun, Anne
Field, John
Filipovi, Luna
Firth, Matt
Fletcher, Craig
Flinders, Steve
Flowerdew, John
Ford, Martyn

84
78
91
61, 70
86
86, 87
89
54
43
43
86
82

91
50
87, 88
88
90
89
49
43
49
87, 89, 90
86

Forest, Richard W.


Freeman, Donald
French, Amanda

90
90
66

G
Gairns, Ruth
87
Galaczi, Evelina D.
91
Gallivan, Liz
70
Gammidge, Mick
86
Gardner, Peter S.
43
Gardner, Sheena
89
Garside, Barbara
48, 87
Garside, Tony
48
Gear, Jolene
51
Gear, Robert
51
Gebhard, Jerry G.
87
Gelshenen, Rosemary
45
Genesse, Fred
87
Geranpayeh, Ardeshir
91
Gerngross, Gnter
10, 12, 16, 17, 20, 87
Gershon, Steven
85
Gilbert, Judy B.
79
Glasberg, Jean
17
Glendinning, Eric
45, 50, 51
Goh, Christine
87
Goldstein, Ben
18, 34, 87
Golombek, Paula R.
87
Gooch, Fred
43
Goodey, Diana
23
Goodey, Noel
23
Goodwin, Janet
90
Gordon, Deborah
44
Gorter, Durk
89
Gower, Roger
84
Grabe, William
89
Graves, Kathleen
87
Green, Alison J. F.
91
Green, Anthony
89, 91
Greenwood, Jean
86
Grellet, Franoise
90
Griffiths, Carol
90
Griffiths, Griff
87
Grove, E.
91
Grundy, Peter
87
Guse, Jenni
87
H
Hadkins, Helen
26
Haines, Simon
62, 72, 84, 86
Hamiliton, Nick
87
Hamp-Lyons, Liz
45
Han, ZhaoHong
90
Hancock, Penny
83
Hancock, Mark
79, 86
Handford, Michael
46, 89
Harding-Esch, Edith
90
Harley, Birgit
89
Harmer, Jeremy
83
Harrison, Louis
84
Harvey, Paul
88
Harwood, Nigel
87
Hashemi, Louise 64, 70, 72, 74
Hasselgren, Angela
91
Hatch, Evelyn
90
Hawkey, Roger A.
91
Hawkins, John
89
Head, Katie
86
Heasley, Ben
45
Hendra, Leslie Anne
34
Helliwell, Margaret
48
Henstock, Claire
43
Herdon, Tim
82
Herschensohn, Julia
90
Hess, Natalie
87
Hewings, Martin
42, 72, 76, 79, 87
Heyderman, Emma 18, 61, 62
Hicks, Diana
16
Higgins, Eoin
18
Hill, David A.
83
Hill, K.
91
Hinkel, Eli
89
Hobbs, Martyn
22
Hockley, Andrew
90
Hodge, Robert
90
Holcombe, Garan
17
Holliday, Adrian
90
Holmes, Vicki L.
87

Holmstrm, Beverly
Holzmann, Christian
Hood, Philip
Hood, Susan
Hopkins, Diana
Hornberger, Nancy H.
Horner, David
House, Paul
House, Susan
Howard, Ron
Huckin, Thomas
Hughes, Arthur
Huizhong, Yang
Hull, Jonathan
Hunston, Susan
Hutchinson, Tom
Hyland, Fiona
Hyland, Ken

45, 51
20
90
43
72
89
48
16
16
50
89
90
91
38
89
90
89
87, 89

I
Iannuzzi, Susan
Ibbotson, Mark
Ireland, Sue
Iwashita, N.

77
47, 50
72
91

J
Jacobs, George M.
Jakeman, Vanessa
James, Peter
Johns, Ann M.
Johnson, Karen E.
Johnson, Margaret
Johnson, Dennis
Jones, Neil
Jones, Ceri
Jones, Daniel
Jones, Leo
Jordan, Robert R.
Joseph, Niki

87
62, 66, 67
88
89
87
82, 83
39
91
18
54
51, 85
90
58

K
Kanoaka, Yoneko
Kasper, Gabriele
Kay, Judith
Keith Johnson, Robert
Keohane, Kathy
Kern, Richard
Kerr, Philip
Kershaw, George
Khalifa, Hanan
Kingsley, Susan
Kirkpatrick, Andy
Klippel, Friederike
Koda, Keiko
Koester, Almut
Koizumi, Yusa
Kosta, Joanna
Krois-Lindner, Amy
Kroll, Barbara
Kubanyiova, Magdalena
Kunnan, Antony

43
89
45
89
87
89
87
83
91
64
90
87
89
46
44
58, 72
49
89
90
91

L
Lamb, Clarice
87
Lane, Sarah
45
Lansford, Lewis
40
Laughner, Melissa S.
90
Lazar, Gillian
86, 88
Leaney, Cindy
87
Leather, Sue
83
Lee Field, Mary
87
Lee McKay, Sandra
87, 89
Lee, Elizabeth
50
Levy, Meredith
23, 86
Lewis-Jones, Peter
10, 12, 20, 24, 27, 30
Lewis, Samantha
26
Lindsley, Marianne
50
Lindstromberg, Seth
87
Lisboa, Martin
46
Little, David
89
Littlejohn, Andrew
16, 48, 90
Littlemore, Jeannette
89
Littlewood, William
90
Llinares, Ana
90
Lloyd, Mark
27
Loader, Mandy
82, 83
Lock, Graham
87
Lockhart, Charles
87

Logan, Sally
Long, Michael H.
Lou Leaver, Betty
Low, Graham 
Lucia Zaorob, Maria
Lumley, T.
Luoma , Sari
Lynch, Brian K.
Lynch, Tony

84
89
90
89
86
91
91
89
45

M
MacAndrew, Richard
82, 83
MacKenzie, Ian
48, 49, 50
Mackey, Daphne
44
Maclean, Joan
45
Madylus, Olha
86
Malderez, Angi
88
Maley, Alan
83, 87
Malmkjaer, Kirsten
90
Marco Fabr, Elena
50
Mark, Geraldine
76, 78
Marks, Jonathan
79
Marsh, David
90
Marsland, Bruce
87
Martin, Mervyn
90
Martyniuk, Waldemar
91
Mascull, Bill
48
Matthews, Blair
43
Matthews, Laura
61, 72
Mauranen, Anna
89
Maurer Smolder, Christina
86
May, Peter
61, 62, 70
McCafferty, Steven G.
87
McCarten, Jeanne
36, 37, 48
McCarthy, Michael 36, 37, 42, 45,
48, 76, 78, 90
McCullagh, Marie
51
McDowell, Clare
67
McEntire, Jo
44
McGarr, Patricia
50
McGiffin, Janet
83
McKay, Heather
87
McKay, Penny
87, 91
McKeegan, David
18, 62
Mckeown, Arthur
50
McKnight, Lesley
11
McNair, Alistair
43
McNamara, T.
91
Medgyes, Pter
87
Merrill Valdes, Joyce
90
Milanovic, Michael
91
Miller, Jim
90
Miller, Lindsay
87
Milton, James
89
Moore, Julie
72
Morgan, John
87
Morrison, David
82
Morton, Tom
90
Moses, Antoinette
82, 83
Moulton, Margaret R.
87
Moyer, Alene
90
Murgatroyd, Nicholas
82, 86
Murphey, Tim
90
Murphy, Raymond
73, 74, 75
Murrell, Stephen
50
N
Nagliati, Peter
Naterop, Jean B.
Nation, I. S. P.
Naylor, Helen
Neilsen, Rod
Nesi, Hilary
Newsome, J. M.
Nixon, Caroline
North, Brian
Norton, Bonny
Nunan, David
Nuttall, John

50
48
89
73, 83
83
89
83
14, 17, 86
89
89
87, 89, 90
88

O
ODell, Felicity 45, 64, 70, 78, 86
OHara, Francis
51
OKeeffe, Anne
76, 90
OLoughlin, Kieran J.
91
OMalley, Michael J.
89
ONeill, Richard
40
OSullivan, Barry
89, 91

Obee, Bob
Odlin, Terence
Olshtain, Elite
Oprandy, Robert
Ostrowska, Sabina

86
89
90
87
40

P
Pakenham, Kenneth J.
44
Pallini, Lelio
73
Palmer, Graham
84, 86
Parrott, Martin
88
Peacock, Matthew
89
Peters, Pam
89, 90
Phillips, Joseph
42
Pitt, Angela
46
Porte, Graeme
89
Powell, Debra
72
Powell, Mark
47
Prentis, Nicola
82
Price, Donna
39
Proctor, Susan
38
Prowse, Philip
82, 83
Puchta, Herbert
10, 12, 16, 17, 20, 24, 27, 30, 87
Pulverness, Alan
88
Purpura, James E.
91
R
Radford, Andrew
90
Ramirez, Sylvia
39
Randall, Mick
88
Rast, Rebekah
90
Rea, David
34
Read, John
91
Redman, Stuart
86, 87
Redston, Chris
32
Reed, Susannah
86
Reid, Samuel
44
Remacha Esteras, Santiago 49, 50
Renandya, Willy A.
90
Reppen, Randi
77, 87
Revell, Rod
48
Rib, Ramon
27
Rice, Sally
50
Richards, Jack C.
27, 35, 38, 39, 84, 87, 88, 89, 90
Riley, Philip
90
Rimmer, Wayne
27
Rinvolucri, Mario
87
Roach, Peter
54, 88
Robinson, Anne
60
Robinson, Nick
50
Robinson, Peter
89
Rodgers, Theodore S.
89
Rollason, Jane
82
Rose, Kenneth R.
89
Rosenberg, Marjorie
86
Rhlemann, Christoph
90
Ryan, Katherine
91
S
Sanabria, Carlos
Sanabria, Kim
Sanderson, Paul
Sandford, George
Sandiford, Helen
Sandy, Chuck
Savage, Alice
Savage, Lynn
Saville-Troike, Muriel
Saville, Nick
Saxby, Karen
Scharle, gota
Schmitt, Norbert
Scott-Malden, Sarah
Scott, Katharine
Scrivener, Jim
Seal, Bernard
Selby, Claire
Semino, Elena
Senior, Rose
Setter, Jane
Sharp, Wendy
Sharwood Smith, Michael
Shaw, Stuart D.
Shawcross, Philip
Shekhtman, Boris
Shemesh, Ruth
Sherman, Jane

43
43
87
50
36, 37
27, 39
44, 77
39
90
91
60, 70
87
87, 90
83
16
87
43
11
89
90
54
64
90
91
50
90
87
87

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Shiotsu, Toshihiko
91
Silva-Corvaln, Carmen
90
Singleton, David
89
Singleton, Jill
44
Slade, Diana
90
Slater, Stephen
87
Smallwood, Ian
43
Smalzer, William R.
43
Smith, Bernard
83, 87
Smith, Dorolyn
85
Smith, Jo
84, 86
Smoke, Trudy
43
Sowton, Chris
40
Spack, Ruth
43, 84
Spratt, Mary
88
St John, Maggie Jo
90
Stafford-Yilmaz, Lynn
44
Stanley, Graham
87
Starr Keddle, Julia
22
Stephens, Bryan
47
Stimson, Mike
90
Stoynoff, Stephen
89
Stranks, Jeff
20, 24, 27, 30
Strauch, Ann O.
44
Strutt, Peter
48
Styring, James
58
Swain, Merrill
89
Swales, John M.
89
Swan, Michael
87
Sweeney, Simon
47, 49
Szab, Anita
87
T
Tanner, Rosie
87
Tayfoor, Susanne
72
Taylor, Erik K.
87
Taylor, Lynda
91
Thaine, Craig
30, 42, 84, 88
Thomas, Amanda
61
Thomas, Barbara 61, 64, 70, 72
Thornbury, Scott
87, 88, 90
Thornton, Barbara
88
Tilbury, Alex
34
Tiliouine, Helen
62, 70
Tims, Nicholas
58, 82
Tomlinson, Brian
83, 90
Tomlinson, Michael 14, 17, 86
Toohey, Kelleen
89
Townsend, Lynn
78
TransLegal
49, 49
Treffers-Daller, Jeanine
89
Treloar, Frances
61
Trim, J. L. M.
90
Truscott, John
90
Tsui, Amy B. M.
89
Tudor, Ian
90
U
Uhl Chamot, Anna
Underhill, Nic
Upshur, John A.
Ur, Penny
Utley, Derek

Westbrook, Carolyn
Wharton, Jennifer
Whettem, Erica
Whitby, Norman
White, Cynthia
White, N.M.
White, Ron
Whittaker, Rachel
Wicks, Matt
Wieczorek, Anna
Will, Sab
Williams, Jessica
Williams, John
Williams, Marion
Williams, Melanie
Willis, Dave
Wilson, Judith
Wisniewska, Ingrid
Woodford, Kate
Woodward, Tessa
Wray, Sean
Wright, Andrew
Wright, Ros
Wright, Tony

40
43
64
65
90
40
90
90
86
17
86
43, 44, 89
90
88, 90
58, 88
90
83
87
86
87
44
87
50, 51
88

Y
Yamazaki, Yoko
Yan, Jin
Young-Scholten, Martha
Yule, George

44
91
90
90

Z
Zaorob, Maria Lucia
Zemach, Dorothy E.

86
44

89
87
87
27, 87, 88
86

V
Vago, Robert M.
90
Vale, David
88
Van Den Branden, Kris
89
Van der Horst Jansen, Julie 90
Van Ek, J. A.
90
Vidakovi, Ivana
91
Viney, Brigit
74, 86
W
Wajnryb, Ruth
Walker, Carolyn
Wall, Dianne
Wallace, Michael J.
Waller, Sheila
Wallwork, Adrian
Walsh, Clare
Walter, Elizabeth
Warschauer, Mark
Waters, Alan
Waters, Mary
Watkins, Peter
Weir, Cyril J.
Welling, Joanne
Wells, J. C.

87, 88
83
90, 91
45, 88
87
86
43
86
89
45, 90
45
88
91
88
90

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