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English for new
digital platforms 4 ARMED FORCES
eli social 6
teaching tips 7
eli titles by age 8

courses 10
pre-school courses 12
primary courses 14
secondary courses 20

esp - english for specific purposes 32


flash on esp 34
focus on esp 36 new
YOUNG ADULT
READERS

culture and clil 40


Eli Readers STAGE 3

new
is a
specially-writt beautifully illustrated series

new
en stories for of timeless
learners of English classics and
Charles Dicken .
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A Christmas
Carol
CHARLES DICKENS

STAGE 3

Ebenezer Scrooge
like his family loves only one
and never helps thing money.
dead for seven anyone. But He has no friends,
years, arrives when Jacob doesnt
good life is at his house Marley, whos
about much
more than money.one night, Scrooge learns been
that a
Dickens favourite
A CHRISTMAS CAROL

exams and grammar


and the difficult Christmas story shows

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lives of the poor, us the true face
future can be but it is also of London in
better. a story of hope, 1843
where the
In this reader
you will find:
Information
about Charles
Focus on
sections: EnglandDickens life
on film in the 1800s,
Christmas tradition
Glossary of s and Scrooge
difficult words
Activities
to practise new
language
Tags
Society
Friendship

graded readers 52 STAGE 1


STAGE 2
STAGE 3
Elementary
Pre-Intermediate
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Intermediate rds A2
1000 headwo
Key (KET)
STAGE 4 Upper Intermed rds B1 Preliminary (PET)
iate 1800 headwo
STAGE 5 Advanced rds B2 First (FCE)
2500 headwo
YOUNG ADULT

STAGE 6 Proficiency rds C1 Advanced (CAE)


Unabridged
CHARLES
Classic Texts C2 Proficiency (CPE)

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picture dictionaries 72
songs 74
activity books 75 new

magazines 80

teachers resources 82 new


photocopiables 83
videos 86
photo cards 87

complementary isbn list 88


remainders 89
title index 90
distributors 91

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ELIDigital

People throughout the world are increasingly using devices


ELIDIGITAL

to communicate, to access information, to read and to learn.

ELI Publishing is constantly developing new products and


services to help learners and teachers make best use of the
latest technology.

Digital Books
Designed to make the most of the new educational
opportunities offered by the latest technology, ELI
Publishings series of Digital Books offer fully interactive
resources for the teacher to use on Interactive Whiteboards
(IWB), PCs or MACs. The zoom function allows the teacher to
focus on particular texts and the many interactive exercises
and videos bring the coursebooks to life.
Teachers can personalise lessons by adding text documents
or recording files directly in the Digital Book.

Digital Games
ELI Publishings Language Games are available in interactive,
digital format. Involve the whole class in the activities using
the IWB or by projecting the game in the classroom.

Digital Magazines
All ELI Publishing Magazines are available in digital, flippable
format for PCs, Macs or tablets.
Electronic subscription for electronic delivery of up-to-date
content in up-to-date format. No waiting for postal delivery!

Digital Platforms
Two exciting new teaching tools available FREE for every ELI
teacher. See pages 4 and 5 for details.

Multimedia Support
ELI Publishing offers teachers support materials for its
courses on CDs, DVDs, CD-ROMs and Multi-ROMs. These
range from audio CDs with all the recordings accompanying
a course to Test-Maker Multi-ROMs which allow the teacher
to alter ELIs tests and make them fit the particular needs
and level of each class.

Online Support
ELI Publishing is putting online an increasing number
of materials for teachers, making them easier to access
wherever you are.
Extra materials, extra worksheets, recordings in MP3 format,
extra reading texts with linked activities take a moment to
explore at www.elionline.com

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Teachers Digital Resources
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Recordings in MP3 format.
Keys to all exercises.
Extra materials.

ELIDIGITAL
Online learning platforms.

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Critical Thinking
Why has critical thinking been singled out as a
key educational competence by educators and education
ministries all over the world? How can language teachers
contribute to developing critical thinking in their students?
The free booklet, Critical Thinking in the Language Classroom, gives
clear and practical answers to the questions teachers most often
ask themselves when faced with the prospect of introducing this new
educational objective into their teaching.
John Hughes, teacher, teacher-trainer and author of many ELT materials,
currently lives and works in Oxford.
Get your FREE copy today!
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Thinking in the Language Classroom.

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Grammar Tests
Multimedia Exercises
DIGITAL PLATFORMS

Online Platform English, French, Spanish

WebLAB is a platform that allows the teacher to assign exercises and multimedia grammar tests with integrated
audio and video materials. The platform is based on a vast archive that is organised according to language levels
and topics. Following the latest ministerial indications, WebLAB allows students to complete their language lessons
via a personalised and self-correcting course of studies.

The teacher assigns the class a The student completes the


ready-to-use test or a new test, test. Furthermore, students
The teacher registers which can be created with the can study by themselves
on the website, creates exercises on WebLAB that are using extra self-correcting
a virtual classroom and organised according to language exercises. They can also
invites his/her students. level and topic. revise rules and theory.

Special Educational
Needs (SEN)
and Specific Learning
Disabilities (SLD)
Background and font size
according to each specific demand

weblab.elionline.com IWB PC/Mac Tablet

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Class Magazines
Blogs

DIGITAL PLATFORMS
Online Platform Photo Albums
WebCLOUD is a new platform where students and teachers can create and publish Albums, Blogs and Class
Magazines. WebCLOUD is available at webcloud.elionline.com. Try the demo version now!

The class works together to


The teacher creates Each student writes create the magazine, album
the virtual class and invites an article and sends it or blog and publishes it on
his/her students. to the teacher. WebCLOUD.

Register yourself or use your credentials to create your projects on WebCLOUD

webcloud.elionline.com IWB PC/Mac Tablet

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Discover the latest educational news
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supplementary teachers
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E N G L I SH
illustrated words make meaning immediate
new words are reinforced and recycled in a series of picture crosswords
suitable for self-study or class work

W I TH
CROSSWORDS

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The interactve CD-ROM covers 14 themes of 20 words each.
Each theme has 5 crosswords, with each word encountered 3 tmes.
All words are pronounced by a natve speaker.

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New New New New
YOUNG ADULT READERS STAGE 3

Eli Readers is a beautifully illustrated series of timeless classics and


specially-written stories for learners of English.

Charles Dickens
CHARLES DICKENS A CHRISTMAS CAROL

STAGE 3

A Christmas Carol
Ebenezer Scrooge loves only one thing money. He has no friends, doesnt
like his family and never helps anyone. But when Jacob Marley, whos been
dead for seven years, arrives at his house one night, Scrooge learns that a
good life is about much more than money.

Dickens favourite Christmas story shows us the true face of London in 1843
and the difficult lives of the poor, but it is also a story of hope, where the
future can be better.

In this reader you will find:


Information about Charles Dickens life
Focus on sections: England in the 1800s, Christmas traditions and Scrooge
on film
Glossary of difficult words
Activities to practise new language

Tags
Society Friendship

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ENGLISH with
An entertaining and effectve way to Iearn new vocabulary
E N G L I SH

STAGE 1 Elementary 600 headwords A1


illustrated words make meaning immediate
STAGE 2 Pre-Intermediate 800 headwords A2 Key (KET) new words are reinforced and recycled in a series of picture crosswords
suitable for self-study or class work
W I TH

STAGE 3 Intermediate 1000 headwords B1 Preliminary (PET)

CROSSWORDS
YOUNG ADULT ELI READERS

STAGE 4 Upper Intermediate 1800 headwords B2 First (FCE)


C ROSS W ORDS

STAGE 5
STAGE 6
Advanced
Proficiency
2500 headwords
Unabridged Texts
C1
C2
Advanced (CAE)
Proficiency (CPE)
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Classic DICKENS Each theme has 5 crosswords, with each word encountered 3 tmes.
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exams supplementary teachers
courses culture and clil and grammar graded readers games materials magazines resources
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Catrin E. Morris, Paola Tite, with Grazia Cerulli and Luke Prodromou

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Students Book
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ELI TITLES BY AGE


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Page 20 Page 45 Page 50 Page 58 Page 64 Page 73 Page 81 Page 83
New New New New New

ENGLISH with
2
An entertaining and effectve way to Iearn new vocabulary

E N G L I SH
illustrated words make meaning immediate
new words are reinforced and recycled in a series of picture crosswords
suitable for self-study or class work

W I TH
CROSSWORDS

CROSS W ORDS
The interactve CD-ROM covers 14 themes of 20 words each.
Each theme has 5 crosswords, with each word encountered 3 tmes.
All words are pronounced by a natve speaker. 2
t ve
ac
In this series:
ENGLISH WITH CROSSWORDS 1 - Beginner
OM

inter
ENGLISH WITH CROSSWORDS 2 - Intermediate
ENGLISH WITH CROSSWORDS 3 - Advanced

CD-R
CEFR A1-B1 CEFR A1-A2 CEFR B1 CEFR A2 CEFR A2-B1 CEFR A2 CEFR A2-B1 CEFR A1-B2
Page 24 Page 45 Page 48 Page 58 Page 64 Page 75 Page 81 Page 84
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listening ACTIVITIES 1

listening
ACTIVITIES
PHOTOCOPIABLE RESOURCE BOOK

1
listening
ACTIVITIES
ELEMENTARY / PRE-INTERMEDIATE

30 photocopiable worksheets and


a 60 minute audio CD/tape for students of English
PHOTOCOPIABLE RESOURCE BOOK
by Olivia Johnston
Olivia Johnston

listening ACTIVITIES 1 provides excellent supplementary


material for the English class or for the self-study learner.
The tasks are enjoyable and entertaining, while creating genuine
learning opportunities.
The photocopiable worksheets:

1
provide self-contained listening lessons based on ELEMENTARY
an accompanying tape
PRE-INTERMEDIATE
PHOTOCOPIABLE RESOURCE BOOK

can be selected for topics which fit into coursework,


as they are not graded for difficulty
are designed to supplement the students main coursebook
pre-teach the vocabulary essential to each activity and include
follow-up writing activities
contain realistic and fun listening situations
provide a wide range of listening-based tasks and include
general knowledge quizzes
are easy to use and require no lengthy lesson preparation.
Answer sheets and tapescripts are provided at the back of the book.

Olivia Johnston
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courses
pre-school courses
Pandy the Panda 12
Zippy Deedoo 13

primary courses
Merry Team 14
Super Magic 16
The Magic Book 18

secondary courses
Sprint 20
Team Up in English 24
New Step Ahead 26
Flash on English 27
Change Up! 31

ELI offers a wide range of


courses for learners of all ages
and all linguistic levels, covering
Pre-School, Primary, Secondary
and Young Adults. A unique
set of accompanying tools
support the language learning
process: integrated digital
components, teacher resources,
online platforms - WebLAB and
WebCLOUD, and much more.

Beginner Elementary Intermediate Upper-Intermediate Advanced Proficient

Common European Framework A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

YLE Starters -
YLE Flyers Preliminary First CAE
Cambridge English Movers
KEY BEC BEC BEC
KEY
PRE-SCHOOL COURSES
Pandy the Panda
Zippy Deedoo
PRIMARY COURSES
Merry Team
Super Magic
The Magic Book
SECONDARY COURSES
Sprint NEW
Team Up in English
New Step Ahead
Flash on English
Change Up!

Learning languages the pleasant way


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PANDY THE PANDA
A three-level course for young learners aged 3-5, Pandy the Panda
uses classroom strategies and material proven effective with children
of this age, with a strong focus on learning by doing and motivation for
maximum encouragement. Page 12

SUPER MAGIC
This American English Course for children is based on the psycholinguistic
theory of macro areas. All the communicative and social-relational functions are
included, and learning through content/learning by doing are key factors. Lets
join Benji the Bear and his young friends and discover the Magic of Learning!
Page 16

SPRINT new
New for 2017! Sprint focuses on developing student competencies while
Catrin E. Morris, Paola Tite, with Grazia Cerulli and Luke Prodromou

SPRINT
Students Book
1 offering an integrated approach to language learning. Other highlights include
culture aspects and a full array of digital and media components. Page 20
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FLASH ON ENGLISH
A motivating, six-level course for teenagers and young adults, featuring an
integrated grammar, vocabulary and skills work. The content is especially
relevant to the students interests and includes Culture, CLIL and Literature
pages. The combination of printed, digital and online resources is specifically
geared towards the needs of mixed abilities classes and different learning
styles. Page 27

ONLINE PLATFORMS

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pandy the panda
Nina Lauder, Magaly Villarroel
PRE-SCHOOL COURSES

beginner - Common European Framework: A1

Pandy the Panda is a three-level course for pre-school children aged


between 3 and 5 which offers a wide range of materials to ensure
enjoyable lessons for very young learners.

Pupils Book + Audio CD


Highly illustrated in full colour.
Photos to link vocabulary and situations to the real world.
Stories and age-appropriate activities.
Songs and chants for use in class and at home.

Activity Book
Reinforcement of each units target language.
Pen-to-paper activities; pre-reading, pre-writing.

Teachers Book + Audio CD


Four-colour, interleaved with Pupils Book.
Step-by-step notes for all materials.
Routines, use of the Pandy Puppet, extra ideas and materials.

Resources
Full-colour Flashcards; double-sided Story Cards; Posters.

Teachers Digital Book


All course material, for Interactive Whiteboard or computer.
Heads-up interactive lessons.

1 2 3
Pupils Book + song Audio CD full colour 72 pp. 80 pp. 80 pp.
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Activity Book 48 pp. 2 colours 9788853605825 9788853605832 9788853605849
Flashcards 32 cards full colour 9788853605887 9788853605894 9788853605900
Story Cards 24 cards full colour 9788853605948 9788853605955 9788853605962
Poster Pack 4 posters full colour 9788853605917
Teachers Book + Class Audio CD full colour 96 pp. 112 pp. 122 pp.
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Teachers Digital Book 9788853617095 9788853617101 9788853617118
Pandy the Panda Puppet (free on adoption)

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zippy deedoo
Laura Irons, Laura Rossetti

PRE-SCHOOL COURSES
beginner - Common European Framework: A1

Zippy Deedoo is a three-level, story-based course for children aged


between 3 and 5 which caters for all learning types.

Pupils Book
Target language introduced through stories linked to daily life.
Story Time: follow Zippy the dog, Deedoo a little girl and Kabir a
little boy in their fun adventures.
Game Time: interaction with other pupils.
Sing & Dance Time: whole-body involvement in the language-
learning process.

Teachers Book + Audio CD


Full notes for each lesson with timing of activities.
Full transcripts of all recordings.
Extra ideas and materials: drama, crafts, games.
Audio CD with dialogues, chants, songs and karaoke.

Resources
Full-colour Flashcards of target vocabulary.
Story Cards to illustrate the stories and prompt repetition.

Starter A B
Pupils Book full colour 48 pp. 64 pp. 96 pp.
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Flashcards full colour 40 cards 56 cards
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Story Cards full colour 52 cards 72 cards
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merry team
Mady Musiol, Magaly Villarroel
PRIMARY COURSES BE

beginner to elementary - Common European Framework: A1-A2

Merry Team is a six-level English course for children at Primary School.


Each level provides material for up to 90 lessons of between 45 and 60
minutes. The Teachers Resources provide guidelines for extending or
reducing the lessons.

Pupils Book
Target language presented in topic-based context to develop
knowledge of a different culture.
Real world topics as well as invented stories accompany the
childrens cognitive development:
- Levels 1 & 2 focus on daily experiences and core vocabulary
building; pre-reading & pre-writing.
- Levels 3 & 4 introduce topics from the wider world and include
interdisciplinary activities with emphasis on listening & reading;
classroom interaction for speaking; limited writing tasks.
- Levels 5 & 6 provide a bridge towards secondary education
through development of all four language skills; communicative
activities.

Activity Book + Audio CD


Thorough practice of the target language presented in the Pupils
Books.
Wide variety of activities.
Audio CD provides extra listening material for home study.
Fully-interactive digital book for use in class with an interactive
whiteboard (IWB); fun heads-up lessons help keep interest high.

SEE ALSO
ELI Language Games! Learn and reinforce
English by playing these great language
games. Page 62

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Teachers Guide + Audio CD
Full notes for each lesson and activity.

PRIMARY COURSES BE
Transcripts of all recordings.
Extra teaching ideas and materials.

Resources
Fully-interactive Digital Book for use in class with an interactive
whiteboard (IWB); fun heads-up lessons help keep interest high.
3 DVDs with animations.
3 sets of Flashcards for vocabulary work.
4 Posters for use in class.

1 2 3 4 5 6
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super magic
Mariagrazia Bertarini, Martha Huber, Paolo Iotti
PRIMARY COURSES AE

beginner to elementary - Common European Framework: A1-A2

Super Magic is a new, simple-to-teach, six-level course of American


English for Primary School children which follows their cognitive
and psychological growth, using a whole-person approach that helps
children absorb the experience of a new language.

Students Books 1 and 2


Action songs involving Total Physical Response present target
language in the first two levels.
Games recycle words and short expressions to practise and fix
what has been presented.
Special sections present:
- Festivals;
- CLIL activities for an interdisciplinary approach;
- A fun play to include the whole class in acting out.

Students Books 3 to 6
Gradual increase in complexity carefully coordinated with the
childs cognitive development.
Photographs open each unit, relating English to the childs
experience of the world.
Cartoon stories, games and fun activities activate the language
introduced.
CLIL sections introduce age-appropriate interdisciplinary materials
and vocabulary.
English-Speaking World section expands language learning into
development of wider educational competences.

Activity Books 1 to 6 + Audio CD


Extension and revision activities.

Digital Book
Each level is accompanied by its digital version.
Fully-interactive version for use in class with an interactive
whiteboard (IWB) or PC/Mac.
All the course material, teaching resources and tools in digital
format.
Fun and motivating heads-up moments for everyone in the class.

SEE ALSO
ELI Graded Readers! Enjoy reading
engaging stories in English and watch
the cartoon of the stories in the Multi-
ROM. Page 52

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Teachers Books 1 to 6 + 2 Audio CDs
Detailed teaching notes and tips for each lesson.

PRIMARY COURSES AE
Transcripts of all recorded material.
Answer keys for all exercises and activities.
Set of photocopiable tests and self-check worksheets.

Resources
Flashcards to present and practise target vocabulary (levels 1 and 2).
Story Cards to capture childrens attention and aid comprehension of
the stories (levels 1 and 2) .
Posters to provide a permanent focus for vocabulary, grammar and
functions practice and repetition.
Puppet of Benjy, the friendly bear, to enliven childrens first experience
of English.

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the magic book
Mariagrazia Bertarini, Martha Huber, Paolo Iotti
PRIMARY COURSES AE

beginner to elementary - Common European Framework: A1-A2

The Magic Book is a six-level American English course for Primary


School children which leads them through the Basic User stage of
the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages using
materials specially designed for the age group.

Students Book
Story-based introduction of vocabulary and grammatical
structures.
Songs and games to practise communication and memorise
target language.
Gradual introduction of new elements in line with the pupils
cognitive development:
- From Level 3, pronunciation corners; simple grammar strips;
photographs.
- From Level 5, inductive approach to grammar.
- In Level 6, short texts on aspects of the Anglophone world.
- Helpful in the preparation of candidates for age-appropriate
international certificates.

My Special Book + Audio CD


Optional interdisciplinary booklet (CLIL) accompanies each of the
first 5 levels.

Digital Book
Fully-interactive version for use in class with an interactive
whiteboard (IWB).
All the resources and teaching tools in one digital book per level.
Fun, heads-up lessons to attract and keep pupils attention.

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Teachers Book + 2 Audio CDs
Each Teachers Book covers two levels.
Full notes for each lesson and activity.
Transcripts of all recordings.

PRIMARY COURSES AE
Extra teaching ideas and materials.

Resources
Flashcards illustrating target vocabulary.
Story Cards to illustrate the stories.
DVDs with animations each covering two levels.

1 2 3 4 5 6
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sprint
L. Prodromou, C.E. Morris, P. Tite, G. Cerulli
new
SECONDARY COURSES

beginner to intermediate - Common European Framework: A1-B1

Sprint is a new general English course for teenagers in four levels,


taking students to the B1 level of competence of the CEFR.
The stimulating content, coming with both print and digital components,
will help students to become passionate about language learning and
English-Speaking World.
Sprint is both teacher friendly and student friendly, thanks to the
clear graphics and layout of the sections, as well as the precise
cross referencing within the material. In addition, the course provides
teachers with a wide choice of extension tasks, to take students to a
Catrin E. Morris, Paola Tite, with Grazia Cerulli and Luke Prodromou
level of excellence or to broaden their knowledge at each given level.

SPRINT
Students Book
1 Students Book + Downloadable Digital Book
Ten-page units, opening with a Vocabulary presentation and a
double language input: narrative texts (articles, blogs, web pages,
interviews) in Presentation 1, followed by a photo story with
dialogues in Presentation 2.
Working Cover

Further Grammar sections, communicative Functions, Build your


Competences sections (with thorough 4-skills work, cultural
topics, CLIL readings and Kids at Work! activities).
Test your Competences and Extra Practice recapitulative exercises
with self-evaluation, every two units.
Culture and Festivals: sixteen-page, full colour final section
dedicated to history, culture and main celebrations of the English-
Speaking World.
Word Bank (Levels 1 and 2) with cross referenced, illustrated tables
and photographs of the vocabulary presented within each unit.
Drama Reader (Level 1 and 2): great literary classics to be read for
pleasure and performed on stage. Simplified according to level,
these feature introductions, pre-reading tasks and after-reading
vocabulary and writing tasks.

SEE ALSO
Grammar Plus! A series of graded grammar exercise book
available from A1 to B2 CEFR. Page 48

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Workbook + Audio CD
Six-page units: 2 Vocabulary&Functions pages, 2 Grammar pages,
2 Build your Competences pages.
Grammar Reference: final section offering a summary of all the
grammatical structures, in order of appearance in the Students

SECONDARY COURSES
Book.
Word List: all the words, unit by unit with phonetic script.
Exam-style tasks familiarize the students with Cambridge English
or Trinity certifications format.

Digital Book
Downloadable version for the Student and in DVD for the Teacher.
Leaf-through Students Book and Workbook.
Interactive exercises and integrated resources to be used in class
with IWB: Grammar Reference, Word Bank, Functions videos, an
ELI digital game for each level, and much more!
Karaoke function to help text reading, Listen and record your own
voice function.

Teachers Book + 2 Class CDs


Introduction to the courses methodology.
Information on the Common European Framework of Reference
and Cambridge English and Trinity certifications.
Teaching notes, extra activities, cultural notes.
Reproduction of Students Book pages and related Answer Keys,
Workbook Answer Keys, transcripts of recordings.
Two Class Audio CDs containing all the listening material for the
Students Book.

First linguistic input with cultural


and cross-cultural content

1
1 Whos in
charge?
D

E
B
Presentation 1
5
1.3
Read and listen to the stories of four British teenagers.

Household chores: whose jobs are they?


Chloe (15)
Joey (16)
My parents work full-time, so in our house my
My mum doesnt believe in traditional boys or girls
brother Ben and I get pocket money to do
chores for my sister Rochelle and me. So Rochelle
chores. He usually does the vacuuming, lays the
takes out the bins, helps in the garden and walks the
table, does the washing-up and takes the bins
dog. I usually tidy up, make the beds, do the ironing
out; I clear the table, unload the dishwasher and
and the washing-up! It keeps mum happy!
walk the dog.
A
Grace (14) Wayne (15)
Theres a great system for doing chores in our We have constant arguments at home about chores.
Vocabulary Word Bank p. 106
house! While my brother Sam is hanging out the Our parents ask: Whose turn is it to load or unload
the washing machine? My brother and I shout:
1 Look at the pictures. Which activities would clothes, laying and clearing the table, loading
the dishwasher, taking the bins out, tidying my Yours!, and our parents say its certainly not theirs
you be happy to do? So we do it all together!
room and his, making his bed and mine, I babysit
our little sister! So, whose turn is it to unload the
Glossary
2 Match the words and discover house chores. dishwasher? Its not mine! Its Sams
Mark those represented in the pictures. household chores = _________ arguments = ____________
tidy up = __________________ yours = _________________
1 babysit a the washing-up
2 do b the beds C
6 Comprehension Write down what each one whose
3 do c the ironing does.
4 do d the dishwasher / the washing machine Whose turn is it to unload the dishwasher?
Chloe: clear the table, _____________________ Its not mine! Its Sams.
5 lay / clear e your room _________________________________________
6 load / unload f little brothers or sisters Ben: _________________________________________
7 make g the table _________________________________________ 7 Pairwork Whose turn is it? Agree on who
8 take h the bins out LEARN TO LEARN Grace: _________________________________________ will carry out the cleaning today.
9 tidy i the laundry In English, we use the verb do to indicate _________________________________________ A I lay the table, load and unload the
chores or activities and the verb make Sam: _________________________________________ dishwasher.
10 hang out j the vacuuming
to indicate something that is created or _________________________________________ B I can take the bins out and
produced. Insert make or do to complete the Joey: _________________________________________
3
1.2
Listen and check. following actions: _________________________________________ 8 In groups of four, ask questions and take
1
____________________ the ironing, the washing-up, turns answering.
Rochelle: _________________________________________
4 Write down which house chores you believe the vacuuming, your homework
_________________________________________ A Whose turn is it to make the beds?
British teenagers do. 2
____________________ the beds, a cake, a cup of
Wayne: _________________________________________ B Its mine. / Its Saras.
tea, a meal
Babysit little brothers or sisters, _________________________________________

8 eight nine 9

Vocabulary
presentation

LEARN TO LEARN : highlights specific aspects


and peculiarities of the English language

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Tests & Resources
A completely photocopiable section of the Teachers Book,
containing a wealth of evaluation and testing material.
Entry Test to assess students level of overall linguistic
competence.
SECONDARY COURSES

Reinforcement Worksheet with lexical and grammatical exercises


for each unit in the course.
Unit Tests, available in two versions: row A and row B.
Round-up Tests covering two units and presenting summative
exercises of grammar, vocabulary and functions.
Competence Tests on Reading, Writing, Listening, Spoken
Production and Spoken Interaction.

Test maker Multi-ROM


Editable tests in Word format allow adaptation to the classs
interests, needs and level.
Recordings for listening texts.

4 Posters Pack
Available with Level 1: UK&Ireland, USA, English-Speaking World,
Phonemic Chart.

Audio in the Digital Book with voice


recordings and karaoke functions

1 The School Magazine 1


Vocabulary: Adverbs of manner
4
1.5
Complete the table of adverbs of manner with their opposites.
Then listen and check.

sadly / unhappily loudly slowly well softly calmly

1 quietly loudly 4 hard


2 happily 5 angrily
3 badly 6 quickly

5 What are they doing? Write an answer under each picture.

play happily run quickly walk slowly sing badly study hard talk angrily

Second linguistic
input: dialogue

Shes singing badly. 1 Its ____________________________. 2 Shes ___________________________.


Presentation 2
1
1.4
Where are Sasha and Evie going?
Listen to the dialogue and read along.
Logan Hey girls! Whats up? Why are you
whispering?
Sasha Sh! Logan! You dont need to talk
so loudly! 3 K Comprehension Read the dialogue
Evie Be quiet and come with us! Were again and indicate if the sentences are true
late so you need to walk quickly! (T), false (F) or if the information is not
Logan Come where? What is going on? available (DS).
3 Theyre _______________________. 4 Its ____________________________. 5 Hes ____________________________.
Arent you feeling well? T F DS
Sasha Were perfectly fine! Why are you Logan thinks he knows what
following us? the girls are whispering
6 Pairwork Ask and answer how you do the following actions. Use the given suggestions.
Logan Me? Im only asking politely what about. How well do you
youre doing and 1 speak English? 4 write text messages? Adverbs of manner
1 Sasha and Evie arent happy
Evie Dont be silly Logan!
to meet Logan. 2 dance? 5 run? You dont need to talk so loudly!
Sasha Listen, were on our way to a
2 Evie doesnt want Logan 3 sing? 6 ride a bike? You need to walk quickly!
meeting with the new editor of
to come with them. Arent you feeling well?
the School Magazine. A How well do you speak English?
Logan In that case you can talk to me 3 Logan thinks one of the girls B I speak English badly! What about you?
because Im the new editor! is ill. A I speak English well!
4 Evie isnt feeling well.
2
1.4
Listen again Glossary 5 Logan is the new editor of 7 Over to you Now report your friends answers to the rest of the class. Follow the example.
and repeat. whispering = _____________ the School Magazine. Edoardo speaks English badly, but he can dance very well
in that case = _____________
10 ten eleven 11

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Functions introduced by videos
Clear and short
grammatical
explanations
1 Grammar Functions 1
Adverbs of manner 9 Talking about how you do things

SECONDARY COURSES
Transform the adjectives in brackets into
adverbs and complete the sentences.
Students work very quietly (quiet) during
1 Watch the video and circle the activity that Elis is explaining to Amy.

Shes a calm person. She speaks calmly. exams. play Jenga make pizza build a fire tell a joke take a picture play the guitar
They are good students. They do their homework 1 If you ask me _____________ (polite), I can help you.
well. 2 It is dangerous to walk _____________ (quick) on ice.
This exercise is hard. Im working hard to do it. 3 Dont be secretive! You can speak _____________
Im late for school because my bus always (free). Whose turn is it ?
arrives late.
4 The neighbours are playing music so Its mine / yours / his /
Adverbs of manner are used to indicate in which _____________ (loud)! hers / ours / theirs.
manner the action is performed. 5 The guy in the black jacket is acting _____________ How do you play Jenga /
Regular adverbs of manner are formed by adding (suspicious). make a pizza / play the
-ly to the adjective. guitar / tell a joke ?
Some adverbs are subject to orthographic 6 Are you sitting _____________ (comfortable)?
You do it carefully /
variations: quickly / quietly /
- if the adjective ends in -y, -y is replaced by -ily 10 Round up! Circle the correct answers. slowly
- if the adjective ends in -ic, add -ally
- if the adjective ends in -ble, it is replaced by -bly Wheres my mobile? No, this isnt my / mine.
Links to Finally, some adverbs of manner are irregular:
they change the aspect of the adjective entirely
This is your / yours. Ah, here it is. Ive got a
nice photo on it. Look! I smile / m smiling
2 4 Pairwork How do you carry out
Grammar
because Im on holiday. I sit / m sitting on the Watch it again and reorder the dialogue
or stay unvaried.
beach and Im talking quiet / quietly to my / mine on how to tell a joke. the following activities? Ask and
friend Romina. We talk / re talking about And just when nobody is expecting it, you attack answer each others questions,

Reference Circle the correct answers.


her / hers brother. Hes acting funny / funnily.
She thinks hes got a new girlfriend.
suddenly with the punch line.
First check whose turn it is because if its not yours
using words and expressions from
the previous exercises.
A: Why are you so (1) slow/slowly?
and people arent listening carefully, theres no do a magic trick play a card game
B: You need to read it (2) careful/carefully to
spot the mistakes. 11 Translation Translate these sentences into point trying to tell a joke! get good grades at school ride a horse
your native language. 1 Go on then Elis! How do you do it? play a musical instrument make a speech
1 What are you doing? Im tidying my room. I 10 Go on then tell me a joke!
A How do you do a magic trick?
do it every Sunday.
No! If you want to do it well you need to build up B Well first of all you need
2 Whose is this DVD? / Whose DVD is this? Its gradually.
mine! Yours is on the table in the sitting room. a secret assistant in the
3 Read this message carefully. Oh, I always tell them really quickly! Thats why audience!
mine go so badly! A OK. Then?
Grammar reference 4 OK, Ive got that. B Then he / she distracts
their attention and you
Right!
create magic.
Pronunciation: \l\ and \r\ That sounds easy!
A OK, Ive got that. Go on then
The sound /l/ of the word lemon is pronounced 2 Then you need to start slowly, but work hard to
1.7
Listen and circle the correct answers.
with a curled tongue and pressed against the Then listen again and check. present it comically.
palate. The sound /r/ of the word red is created
in the same way, but it is called vibrant because 1 Flames / Frames are red.
the curled tongue is held back, does not touch 2 The liver / river is important for survival. 3 Read the dialogue again and match.
the palate, it brushes against it, and vibrates. 3 Thats a rather heavy lock / rock. 1 listen a badly
Attention! The sounds /l/and/r/ are silent in
4 Feathers are light / right for flying. 2 start b carefully
many words.
5 Its a terrible flight / fright. Im scared! 3 present c comically
6 Its a really big room / loom with a beautiful 4 tell d gradually
1
1.6
Listen and repeat.
red carpet. 5 go e quickly
I live a calm life but last night there were
6 build up f slowly
people running in the corridor!
7 attack g suddenly

14 fourteen fifteen 15

Culture section with


Build your competences 1 comprehension exercises
Listening
4
1.8
K Listen to an interview with an expert who is explaining why American children
do not help their parents at home and choose the correct answer (A, B or C).
American parents dont teach their 4 Children in Scandinavian countries do more
children to... housework because their parents...
A clean and tidy. A are unkind.
B look after their parents. B are less tolerant.
C watch and learn from others.
1 What is the consequence of this?
C have less money.
5 Consequently Culture
A They cant get jobs. children grow up

New York City


B They cant look after others. more...
C They cant look after themselves. A intelligent.
2 Children who grow up in small societies learn... B individualistic.
A survival skills early. C independent.
B to read early. 6 What do American
C technology early. kids expect from 1 What do you know about New York?
Attempt to complete the names of some of
3 Children who grow up in large complex their parents?
the famous landmarks of the city.
societies learn... A entertainment
A academic skills. B help Liberty Central Bridge Empire Square River
Exam preparation B household chores.
C both of these.
C both of these
things Times Square

activities for Speaking B


1
2
_____________________ Park
Statue of _____________________

Cambridge
3 Brooklyn _____________________
5 K Pairwork Ask each other the following questions
C 4 _____________________ State Building
about the habits of your family. Take notes 5 Hudson _____________________
English: KEY of the answers.
Do parents usually do a lot of things for their 2 Read the text and check your answers.

(KET) and Trinity children in your country?


Yes, they do. / No, they dont.
New York City is in the state of New York, on the
Do children prefer to spend time on schoolwork,
east coast of the United States. It is the largest city In 1898, the cities of New York and Brooklyn joined
play or household chores? in the country. Over 8 million people are permanent together with the Bronx, Staten Island and Queens
They spend more time on and less time on residents in the city and over 22 million people live County to form Greater New York, which is the total
How much TV do they watch a week? around it. Water divides several parts of the city. The area of the City of New York. In the early 20th century,
How much homework do they do? Hudson River forms the border between Manhattan many new immigrants, mainly from Germany,
How many hours of chores do they do? and the Bronx on one side and New Jersey on the Ireland, Poland, Russia and Italy, came to New York
They watch hours TV a week. They other. The East River forms the border between City. They arrived on Ellis Island, an island in New
do hours homework a week and Manhattan on one side and Brooklyn and Queens Yorks harbour near the Statue of Liberty. Today,
on the other. The oldest part of the city, Manhattan many newer immigrants are from Puerto Rico, Haiti,
they do chores a week.
Island, still has its original Lenape Native American the Dominican Republic and Colombia. New York City
Are children independent or individualistic rview a name. Native people lived there until the Europeans is best known for its many skyscrapers, especially
rint Inte
in your country and why? VideoSp family. Ask how arrived in the 1500s. The Florentine explorer Giovanni in Manhattan. There are about 5,600 skyscrapers
Children in my country are because... of your rk,
icate to wo how
member da Verrazzano discovered the entrance to New York in New York City, which is the highest number of
rs they ded and
many hou domestic chores, Harbour in the year 1524 and English explorer skyscrapers in one area in the world. 48 of them are
to
how many ure. Henry Hudson named the Hudson River in 1609. The over 200 metres tall! The most famous of all is the
Writing many to
leis chores Dutch were the first to settle in Manhattan in 1624. Empire State Building. Other famous landmarks in
earch the
head Res r country
6 T Write an email to a foreign friend. Tell him / her SprintA performed in you They called the south end of Manhattan Island New the city are Central Park, which is the most visited
n city park in the USA, Times Square, named after the
about a typical family life in your country. Use the that childre Amsterdam, after the capital city of the Netherlands.
pas t. When the English took over the colony in 1664 they New York Times newspaper which in the past had its
answers in exercise 5 as guidelines. in the
changed the name to New York, to honour the Duke of offices there, and Brooklyn
York, who later became King James II of England. The Bridge, which connects Glossary
nine 17 Dutch also founded the town of Breukelen (Brooklyn). Manhattan and Brooklyn. named = ___________
settle = ___________
skyscrapers = ___________
3 Read the text again and answer the following questions.
Which coast is New York City on? 4 What name did the Dutch give New York?
The east coast of the USA.
5 Where did the first new immigrants
1 How many permanent residents live in New York? come from?
2 Which two rivers border the city? 6 What is the name of the most visited
Kids at Work: personal experiences and new 3 When did the Europeans arrive on Manhattan Island? skyscraper in New York?

technologies to learn while having fun 116 one hundred and sixteen

Sprint 1 Sprint 2 Sprint 3 Sprint 4


(Available Autumn 2017)
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team up in english
Kavanagh, Morris, Moore, Cattunar, Smith, Canaletti, Tite
SECONDARY COURSES

beginner to intermediate - Common European Framework: A1-B1

Team Up in English is a 4-level English course for Lower Secondary


School students, available in two versions: Levels 1 4 and Starter +
Levels 1 3.

Students Book
12 units divided into 4 folders.
Double language input of new items in different situations and
registers.
Inductive approach to grammar-teaching.
Varied approaches to skills-development including CLIL.
Insights into the cultures of the English-speaking world.

Workbook + Audio CD
Consolidation exercises and activities follow the same organisation
as the Students Book.
Study Tips to develop students learning abilities.
Extra listening material in the Students Audio CD.

Personal Toolkit
Ring binder with flexible, extra materials:
- 144 Grammar worksheets with explanations and exercises;
- 600 words and expressions in 15 themed tables linked to
worksheets included in Teachers Resources.

Digital Book
Fully-interactive version for use in class with an interactive
whiteboard (IWB) or at home.
All resources and teaching tools in digital format per level.

SEE ALSO
Language Trainer! Photocopiable materials with Audio CD
for development and consolidation of the four language skills.
Page 83

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Teachers Book + 2 Audio CDs
Clear table of contents.
Introduction to the methodology.
Full teaching notes for each unit, transcripts of recordings, answer

SECONDARY COURSES
keys.
Full cross-referencing to all elements: Workbook, Personal Toolkit,
Tests & Resources.
2 Class Audio CDs.

Tests & Resources + Audio CD


Photocopiable materials for testing include:
- Evaluation grids to track students progress;
- Battery of tests Entry, unit, revision, skills, culture;
- Reinforcement and Grammar Extension Worksheets;
- CLIL Worksheets;
- Personal Toolkit Pictionary Worksheets;
- Audio scripts and answer keys for Tests and Worksheets.

Test-Maker CD-ROM
Entry, Unit, Folder, Skills and Culture Spot Tests available in
Microsoft Word.

Starter + Levels 1 3 Version


For classes that need to reach A1 level quickly.
Covers the same syllabus as the Levels 1 - 4 version, but proceeds
more rapidly.
Starter revises A1 grammar, functions and lexis without the
intensive development of the four skills present in the four-level
version.

Version 1-2-3-4 1 2 3 4
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Teachers Book + 2 Audio CDs b/w
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Tests & Resources 208 pp. b/w + Audio CD +
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Test-Maker CD-ROM
Personal Toolkit (4 levels) 112 pp. full col 9788853603678

Version Starter 1-2-3 Starter 1 2 3


96 pp. 128 pp. 128 pp. 128 pp.
Students Book full colour
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Tests & Resources b/w + Audio CD + 192 pp. 208 pp.
Test-Maker CD-ROM 9788853604040 9788853604057
Personal Toolkit (4 levels) 112 pp. full col. 9788853603678

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new step ahead + nsa split edition
Revised edition: Claire Moore, Elizabeth Lee
SECONDARY COURSES

beginner to intermediate - Common European Framework: A1-B1

New Step Ahead is a 3-level English course for students at Lower


Secondary School designed to capture and keep students interest as
they learn English. The course is also available in a six-volume version
(Split Edition).

Students Book
10 units organised into Modules: Starter, Grammar, Steps to
Communication and Skills.
Modules end with a Culture Site, a progress check, an Exam
Practice section (Cambridge English: Key; Trinity) and a Final
Check.

CD-ROM
Films, games, interactive materials for fun revision.

Workbook + Audio CD
10 units follow the order of the Students Book.
Mind-maps for lexical revision.
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Audio CD with dialogues and listening activities.

Portfolio
Passport, Language Biography & Dossier self-evaluation and
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Flash on English for Tourism 34
Flash on English for Transport & Logistics 34
Flash on English for Armed Forces 34
Flash on English for Nursing 34
Flash on English for Business Conversations 34
Flash on English for Cooking,
Catering & Reception 34
Flash on English for Mechanics & Electronics 34
Flash on English for Commerce 34
Flash on English for Construction 34

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Flash on English for Transport & Logistics NEW
Flash on English for Armed Forces NEW
Flash on English for Nursing
Flash on English for Business Conversations
Flash on English for Cooking, Catering & Reception
Flash on English for Mechanics & Electronics
Flash on English for Commerce
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FOCUS ON ESP
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The ideal introduction to sector-specific English! An indispensable range of


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The ESP courses with a winning combination of theory and practical know-
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language level and grammatical items. A great, ready- digital environment. It is specifically designed to help
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elementary to intermediate - Common European Framework: A2-B1

ESP n ei tw
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A series designed to introduce topics, vocabulary and language usage
Catrin E. Morris
Series ed
FLASH on specific to various professional situations starting from a low level of
FLASH ON ESP
Catrin E. Morris

FLASH on English for TOURISM


is specifically designed for students who
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Coursebooks
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flash on english for transport & logistics


Extensive coverage and practice of the basic vocabulary and
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Flash on English for Armed Forces will prove essential to students who
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ARMED FORCES
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Through rich and informative content presented in realistic
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FLASH ON ESP
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best commercial practice
Alison Smith
intermediate to upper intermediate - Common European Framework: B1-B2
FOCUS ON ESP

A course designed to take young adult learners into the heart of business
English. Specific sections foster comprehension of written and spoken
texts, increase knowledge of business vocabulary and usage and allow
students to improve their own communicative competences.

The Coursebook consists of two parts:

The World of Business


7 Modules organised in sections: Business in Theory, Business in
Practice, Business Language, Business News.
Extensive reading: authentic, semi-authentic and adapted texts
with comprehension activities.
Spoken interaction activities.
Grammar explanations and exercises.
Preparation for the Cambridge English: Business (BEC).

Cultural Background
5 Dossiers comparing the cultures of Britain, the USA and the
English-Speaking World.
Preparation for the Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET) and First
(FCE).
Literary production in English linked to the world of commerce
with accompanying videos.

Teachers Book + 2 Audio CDs + Test-Maker


Full teaching notes for each section, answer keys and transcriptions,
Tests and Resources.
2 Audio CDs.
CD-ROM Test-Maker including recordings for listening tests and
all written tests in Word format.

Digital Book
All course material available in digital version.
Link to detailed online users guide.

Online Teachers Resources


Vocabulary and grammar worksheets.
Worksheets to prepare for the Cambridge English: Business (BEC).

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Each module is Each module includes exam preparation activities for Cambridge English:
divided into two Business (BEC) Preliminary in the first modules and Vantage in later ones.
main parts, theory
and practice.
Business in
Theory covers
the world of
business with
theoretical texts,
in-depth analysis

FOCUS ON ESP
and authentic
articles, as well
as multi-media
material (video
and internet
links).

Business in Practice
illustrates and explains all
the stages of a business
transaction, with particular
emphasis on practical
exercises, gradually moving
from guided practice through
to free production.

The comprehensive culture


section compares the
geography, history, society,
economy and institutions of
the United Kingdom and the
United States. Insights into
the English-Speaking World,
covering areas such as South
Africa, Australia and the
Caribbean.

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excellent!
Catrin Elen Morris
intermediate to upper intermediate - Common European Framework: B1-B2
FOCUS ON ESP

Excellent! trains todays students in the hospitality industry with the


language competences they will need for a successful future career.
Catering, cooking, bar and service are all covered in this course which
ensures thorough revision of grammar and extension of trade-specific
vocabulary in clearly labelled, dedicated sections.

The Coursebook is organised in two parts:

Theory and Practice of Catering


8 Modules covering hospitality, catering, restaurant staff, kitchen
and equipment, food and cooking methods, food conservation,
menus, food safety, drinks and serving techniques.
Variety of text types from descriptive texts to authentic and
adapted articles, from recipes to interviews.
Careful grading of topics, grammar and vocabulary: A Taste of
Language.
Thorough development of the 4 language skills.
Extensive use of photographs to ensure understanding of the
more technical aspects of English for catering.
Preparation for Cambridge English Preliminary (PET) and First
(FCE).

Culinary Culture
5 Dossiers present aspects of English-speaking countries linked
to aspects of the hospitality industry.
Geography, culinary habits, society, food blogs and government
institutions.
Excellent! concludes with a useful photo-glossary of foodstuffs,
drinks, bartending tools, dinner service and weights, measurements
and temperature conversion charts.

Teachers Book
Extensive teaching notes for each section.
Answer keys and transcriptions of listening materials.
Tests and extra resources for both stronger and weaker students.
CD-ROM Test-Maker with editable tests in Word format.

Digital Book
All the resources of the coursebook in interactive digital version.
Link to full, online users guide.
Ideal for heads-up lessons on the IWB.

Online Resources

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Pre-reading,
reading
comprehension
activities

FOCUS ON ESP
Photographs
reinforce
vocabulary

Exercises to fix
vocabulary items Previews
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appropriate
grammar:
explanation
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Dossiers: cultural
background information

Integrated four-skills work

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culture and clil
CULTURE CLIL
Lets discover English- An exciting series
speaking countries, their of cross-curricular
culture and society with these projects at level
attractive complementary A1-A2 CEFR, to
materials, which can be used make Content and
alongside any course book. The Language Integrated
topics have been specifically Learning really fun!
chosen to reflect and capture
teenagers interests.

Beginner Elementary Intermediate Upper-Intermediate Advanced Proficient

Common European Framework A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

YLE Starters -
YLE Flyers Preliminary First CAE
Cambridge English Movers
KEY BEC BEC BEC
KEY
CULTURE
Crossing Cultures
Think Global
CLIL
Hands on Language

Learning languages the pleasant way


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CROSSING CULTURES
An overview of the English-Speaking World (ESW) with particular focus on
changes within society in recent years. With lots of activities for students
focusing on oral comprehension and writing skills, the Special ESW section
offers extra worksheets on individual English-Speaking countries. Page 42

THINK GLOBAL
A topic-based approach to the English-Speaking World. Think Global offers a
wide range of activities and games, for thorough development of the 4 skills
on subjects close to teenagers interests. Special attention is devoted to
mixed ability classes, with material clearly labelled at two distinct levels of
difficulty. Page 44

HANDS ON LANGUAGE
The series offers three complete cross-curricular CLIL projects, each consisting
of Worksheets A and B and a Special Guide with Audio CD. Environmental
Education, Nutrition Education and Safety Education are great topics to work
with! Page 45

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crossing cultures
Janet Borsbey, Ruth Swan
elementary to intermediate - Quadro Comune Europeo di Riferimento A2-B1

Crossing Cultures, specifically designed to capture the imagination


of secondary school students, provides a great introduction to the
cultures of the English-Speaking World.
CULTURE

Students Book
50 lessons organised in 5 macro areas: Education; People &
Lifestyles; Sport & Leisure; History & Traditions; The World We
Live in.
Graded progression of contents and skills work.
Wide range of approaches: from traditional reading texts to
cross-curricular (CLIL) activities.
Facts and figures about countries around the English-Speaking
World.
2 CD Multi-ROMs with audio recordings and extra material.

Multi-ROMs
Extra texts and comprehension exercises related to the Working
with Texts and ESW FILES sections of the Students Book.
Practice in answering computer-based questionnaires and writing
summaries on a computer.
Interactive activities featuring maps and images consolidate
studentss knowledge acquired of English-speaking countries.

Teachers Book
Teaching objectives and flexible plans for each lesson.
Full key to all activities and transcripts of all recorded material.
Suggestions for extension and revision activities.

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CULTURE

With Key
Students Book + 2 CD Multi-ROMs 168 pp. full colour
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think global
Angela Tomkinson, Elizabeth Lee
beginner to elementary - Common European Framework: A1-A2

Think Global is a topic-based approach to the cultures of the English-


Speaking World covering subjects close to teenagers hearts - sport,
wellness and music - as well as traditional topics such as literature,
CULTURE

history and institutions.

Students Book
15 Units with materials at two, clearly-labelled levels of difficulty:
- For mixed ability classes;
- To allow a return to a popular topic with more challenging
material.
4 skills development through a wide variety of activities.
Preparation for the Cambridge English: KEY:
- reading comprehension, summary, letter and email writing,
speaking activities.

Digital Book
All course material in digital version.
Video and audio materials in a single component.
IWB-compatible for motivating heads-up moments in class.
Authentic videos on a range of interesting topics give a real taste
of English worldwide.
Pre-and post-watching worksheets deepen students
understanding of issues.

Teachers Book
Detailed unit-by-unit teaching notes.
Extra background information.
Answer keys.
Transcripts of all recorded material.
30 pages of extra materials.
Short play to act out in class or at the end of the school year.

Coursebook - 176 pp. full colour 9788853619471


Teachers Book - 80 pp. b/w 9788853619488
Digital Book 9788853619495

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hands on language
Damiana Covre, Melanie Segal
beginner to elementary - Common European Framework: A1-A2

Three projects for Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL)

watch out! - safety education in english


Worksheets

CLIL
Topics include: road accidents, earthquakes, floods, dangerous
situations at home and at school.
Activity-based approach to identify dangers and act to avoid them.

Class Audio CD
Recordings for all listening exercises.

Teachers Guide A + B
Full notes for each worksheet, full transcripts of recordings.

cook for fun - nutrition education in english


Worksheets
Activities to discover the principles behind good nutrition.
Historical, geographical, scientific and socio-cultural aspects of
nutrition.

Class Audio CD
Recordings for all listening exercises.

Teachers Guide A + B
Full notes for each worksheet, full transcripts of recordings.

green english - environmental education in english


Worksheets
Recycling, pollution, energy-saving.
Practical activities to do in class or at home.

Class Audio CD
Recordings for all listening exercises.

Teachers Guide A + B
Full notes for each worksheet, full transcripts of recordings.

Watch Out! Cook for Fun Green English


Worksheets A full colour 64 pp. 64 pp. 96 pp.
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Worksheets B full colour 64 pp. 64 pp. 96 pp.
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exams and
grammar
EXAMS GRAMMAR
On the following pages you Grammar can be
will find Coursebooks and pleasurable when
Practice Tests providing a working with a
thorough and solid preparation colourful, clear and
for Cambridge English and easy-to-use series
Trinity exams while also of grammar exercise
engaging students in a lively books. Thats ELIs
way, in true ELIs style. Grammar Plus Series!

Beginner Elementary Intermediate Upper-Intermediate Advanced Proficient

Common European Framework A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

YLE Starters -
YLE Flyers Preliminary First CAE
Cambridge English Movers
KEY BEC BEC BEC
KEY
EXAMS
PET buster
PET buster Practice Tests
First buster
Ready for Trinity
GRAMMAR
Grammar Plus

Learning languages the pleasant way


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CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH
ELIs PET Buster and FIRST Buster are the ideal choice
for an integrated approach to exam preparation and
the development of the four skills. Also available are
complete sets of Practice Tests for the Cambridge
English Preliminary exam and a Language Maximiser
accompanying the First Buster Coursebook. Page 48

TRINITY
A new complete tool to prepare for the Trinity exams and much more!
Examination tips, speaking cards for pairwork activities, additional reading and
writing activities, extra exam resources: everything you need to make Ready for
Trinity an invaluable learning companion. Page 44

GRAMMAR PLUS
A series of graded and colourful grammar exercise books (levels A1 to B2
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L. Clyde, L. Kester Dogson, D. Harwood, C. Leonard
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The pleasure of reading


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Beautiful graphics Before and after reading activities ACTIVIDADES
DOSSIER

I promessi sposi
Comprensin auditiva

alessandro manzoni i promessi sposi Un nuovo genere di romanzo


Lessico Per Alessandro Manzoni la storia lispirazione
principale della letteratura. Ecco perch lo
arriva a casa e, ansioso di trovare una persona fidata, chiama subito: scrittore sente il bisogno, con il racconto di
3 Trova due aggettivi per spiegare il significato di ogni
eventi storici, di dare voce proprio agli umili
Perpetua! Perpetua! espressione sottolineata.
e ai poveri che generalmente sono esclusi
Perpetua era la domestica affezionata e fedele di don Abbondio, 1 Per una di queste stradine tornava
dagli bel bello
eventi importanti. dallasono
In realt, passeggiata
loro i
sapeva ubbidire e comandare se necessario, tollerare le lamentele* verso casa, don Abbondio.reali protagonisti della storia, capaci anche di
del padrone e fargli tollerare le sue. Queste anzi diventavano sempre _______________________ cambiarla. Per________________________
scrivere la suastoria, Manzoni
2 Don Abbondio non era nato con bisogno
ha dunque un cuor di undigenere
leone.
pi frequenti da quando aveva passato i quarantanni senza essere
_______________________ che permetta________________________
di mescolare verit e invenzione,
sposata per aver rifiutato tutti gli uomini che lavevano corteggiata, 3 Don Abbondio sapeva di essere come un vaso di terracotta
come diceva lei, o per non avere mai trovato nessuno che la voleva, di parlare di fatti veri attraverso fatti inventati.
costretto a viaggiare in compagnia di molti vasi di ferro.
Ha bisogno, insomma, del romanzo storico.
come dicevano le sue amiche! _______________________ ________________________
Ma in Italia non cera ancora una tradizione in
Misericordia! Che cosha, signor padrone? questo senso e non esistevano modelli utili.
Niente, niente risponde don Abbondio. Grammatica Manzoni si trova quindi a creare un genere
Lucia Mondella, Eliseo Sala (1843)

Come, niente? Non ci credo, ha una faccia cos spaventata! nuovo nella letteratura italiana. leggi del 1600 in Lombardia, dove I promessi
Oh, per amor del cielo! Quando dico niente, o niente o una 4 Completa le frasi utilizzandoUnai pronomi
delle difficoltdiretti
maggiorio per il Manzoni
indiretti. Sposi sarebbero stati ambientati. Laltra
cosa che non posso dire. 1 Perpetua sapeva tolleraredocumentarsi
le lamentele in modo
delpreciso
padrone per conoscere
e far___ difficolt, ancora pi grande, la questione
tollerare le sue. gli usi e costumi, la burocrazia, il governo e le della lingua.
Qualcosa che non pu dire nemmeno a me? Chi si prender cura 2 Renzo non era convinto di tutta quella storia, ___ sembrava
della sua salute? Chi le dar un consiglio? tutto molto misterioso.
Oh! Zitta!
Allora posso domandare in giro qua e l quello che successo
La questione della lingua
3 Uscendo dalla casa di don Abbondio Renzo vede Perpetua,
___ raggiunge e ___ dice: Il signor parroco ___ ha detto
al mio padrone insiste Perpetua, dritta davanti a lui, con le mani che oggi il mio matrimonio Quale
non lingua
si pu devono parlare i per
celebrare personaggi
ragioni manzoniani? Sono personaggi del popolo
e, quindi,
che non ho ben capito: potete dovrebberovoi
spiegar___ parlare in dialetto. Lintenzione di Manzoni, per, quella di
meglio?
sui fianchi, guardandolo fisso come per tirare fuori dai suoi occhi il permettere a tutto iled
pubblico italiano di leggere il romanzo, quindi non pu usare il
4 Renzo corre verso casa di don Abbondio entrato ___
segreto. dialetto lombardo che nessuno capisce nelle altre regioni. Lo stesso Manzoni conosce
chiede con tono deciso e infuriato: Chi quel prepotente che
Per amor del cielo! Non devi domandare in giro, c in gioco la solamente litaliano letterario, che nasce dallitaliano parlato e scritto nel 1300 a Firenze:
non vuole che io e Lucia ci sposiamo?.
vita! litaliano di Dante Alighieri, insomma. Nel corso della sua storia lItalia, conquistata e divisa
in stati piccoli e grandi, non ha mai avuto una lingua unica, ma solo tanti dialetti parlati
La vita?
La vita.
Scriviamo nelle diverse zone. Ma poveri operai come Renzo e Lucia non possono certo parlare un
italiano poetico e letterario!
Il fatto che don Abbondio aveva tanta voglia di parlare del suo 5 Scrivi brevemente il tipo di rapporto che lega questi
dolore quanta ne aveva Perpetua di conoscerlo e cos, dopo molte personaggi. 104
raccomandazioni, le racconta tutto. 1 Don Abbondio - Perpetua ______________________________
2 Renzo Lucia ________________________________________
3 Don Rodrigo - i bravi __________________________________
lamentele insoddisfazioni, proteste

12 13 19

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Charles Dickens

CHARLES DICKENS A CHRISTMAS CAROL

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Dickens favourite Christmas story shows us the true face of London in 1843
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Nyangomas Story
Hooray for the Holidays!
PB3 and the Helping Hands
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PB3 and the Vegetables
Uncle Jack and the Meerkats
Harry and the Egyptian Tomb
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the town mouse


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Can the children save a baby Nyangoma is a Ugandan girl


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eli graded readers
young eli readers teen eli readers
Stage 1 (100 headwords) below A1 Stage 1 Elementary (600 headwords) A1
Aesop - Little Red Riding Hood NEW 9788853618948 A. Sewell - Black Beauty NEW 9788853623058
GRADED READERS

Aesop - The Ant and the Grasshopper NEW 9788853618955 E. H. Porter - Pollyanna 9788853618719
J. Cadwallader - Granny Fixit and the Viking Children NEW 9788853622266 A. Tomkinson - Great Friends! 9788853620118
J. Cadwallader - Granny Fixit and the Monkey 9788853613233 E. Nesbit - The Railway Children 9788853620125
Anonymous - Aladdin and the Magic Lamp 9788853607676 G. Chaucer - The Canterbury Tales 9788853617439
D. Guillemant - Hooray for the Holidays! 9788853606181 J. Borsbey and R. Swan - The Boat Race Mystery 9788853617514
J. Cadwallader - Granny Fixit and the Yellow String 9788853606211 L. M. Montgomery - Anne of Green Gables 9788853615763
D. Guillemant - Sophies Dream 9788853604200 M. Twain - A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthurs Court 9788853607751
J. Cadwallader - Granny Fixit and the Ball 9788853604217 C. Dickens - Oliver Twist 9788853605139
J. Cadwallader - Granny Fixit and the Pirate 9788853604224 M. Simpson - In Search of a Missing Friend 9788853604316
Stage 2 (200 headwords) A1 Starters Stage 2 Pre-Intermediate (800 headwords) A2 Flyers/Key
Aesop - The Fox and the Grapes NEW 9788853622273 S. Sardi - The Boy with the Red Balloon NEW 9788853623065
O. Wilde - The Selfish Giant 9788853618672 S. Sardi - Scotland is Magic! NEW 9788853623072
J. Cadwallader - PB3 Recycles 9788853620095 M. L. Freeman - Egghead 9788853621016
J. Cadwallader - PB3 and the Helping Hands 9788853615749 A. Tomkinson - Enjoy New York 9788853620996
J. Cadwallader - PB3 and Coco the Clown 9788853606242 F. H. Burnett - Little Lord Fauntleroy 9788853621009
J. Cadwallader - PB3 and the Vegetables 9788853604231 L. Ferretti - Adventure at Haydon Island 9788853620187
J. Cadwallader - PB3 and the Jacket 9788853604248 W. Shakespeare - The Tempest 9788853620194
L. F. Baum - The Wonderful Wizard of Oz 9788853607683 L. Ferretti - Dear Diary... 9788853617415
Stage 3 (300 headwords) A1.1 Movers A. Tomkinson - Loving London 9788853617422
Aesop - Cinderella NEW 9788853622976 M. Twain - The Adventures of Tom Sawyer 9788853615787
Aesop - The Bremen Town Musicians NEW 9788853622914 R.t Louis Stevenson - Treasure Island 9788853607782
Aesop - The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse NEW 9788853622921 F. H. Burnett - The Secret Garden 9788853606341
J. Cadwallader - Uncle Jack in the Amazon Rainforest 9788853617385 M. Flagan - The Egyptian Souvenir 9788853605146
O. Wilde - The Canterville Ghost 9788853607690 M. L. Banfi - A Faraway World 9788853604323
Jane Cadwallader - Uncle Jack and the Meerkats 9788853606273 Stage 3 Intermediate (1000 headwords) B1 Preliminary
J. M. Barrie - Peter Pan 9788853604279 L. M. Alcott - Little Women 9788853620224
J. Cadwallader - Uncle Jack and the Bakonzi Tree 9788853604255 A. C. Ramos - Expedition Brazil 9788853617446
J. Cadwallader - Uncle Jack and the Emperor Penguins 9788853604262 J. London - The Call of the Wild 9788853615770
Stage 4 (400 headwords) A2 Flyers C. Dickens - David Copperfield 9788853607836
Aesop - Hansel and Gretel NEW 9788853622983 Anonymous - Robin Hood 9788853606549
Aesop - The Wind and the Sun NEW 9788853622990 M. Simpson - Destination Karminia 9788853605153
J. Cadwallader - Nyangomas Story NEW 9788853623041 M. Flagan - Vals Diary 9788853605023
M. Twain - The Prince and the Pauper 9788853618696
Anonymous - Robin Hood 9788853620101
J. London - White Fang 9788853607713
J. Cadwallader - Harry and the Egyptian Tomb 9788853615756
J. Cadwallader - Harry and the Sports Competition 9788853606303
R. Kipling - The Jungle Book 9788853605122
P. Bellini - The Secret Passage 9788853605115
L. Carroll - Alice in Wonderland 9788853604309
J. Cadwallader - Harry and an Electrical Problem 9788853604293
J. Cadwallader - Harry and the Crown 9788853604286

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eli graded readers
young adult eli readers young adult eli readers
Stage 1 Elementary (600 headwords) A1 Stage 4 Upper Intermediate (1800 headwords) B2 First
Sir A. C. Doyle - A Study in Scarlet 9788853621078 G. Eliot - The Mill on the Floss NEW 9788853623195

GRADED READERS
D. Dafoe - Robinson Crusoe 9788853620231 H. Melville - Moby Dick 9788853620316
J. Swift - Gullivers Travels 9788853607874 C. and M. Lamb - Tales from Shakespeare 9788853617545
Sir A. C. Doyle - The Hound of the Baskervilles 9788853605160 C. Dickens - A Tale of Two Cities 9788853617552
Stage 2 Pre-Intermediate (800 headwords) A2 Key A. Hope - The Prisoner of Zenda 9788853617569
J. Buchan - The Thirty-Nine Steps NEW 9788853623133 E. A. Poe - Stories of Mystery and Suspense 9788853615923
W. Shakespeare - Hamlet, Prince of Denmark 9788853621085 J. Joyce - Dubliners 9788853607980
J. K. Jerome - Three Men in a Boat 9788853620262 E. Bront - Wuthering Heights 9788853606655
R. L. Stevenson - The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll H. James - The Turn of the Screw 9788853605184
9788853617538
and Mr Hyde M. Shelley - Frankenstein 9788853605054
B. Stoker - Dracula 9788853615893 Stage 5 Advanced (2500 headwords) C1 Advanced
W. Shakespeare - A Midsummer Nights Dream 9788853615909 W. M. Thackeray - Vanity Fair 9788853620347
C. Dickens - Great Expectations 9788853607904 V. Woolf - Mrs Dalloway 9788853613011
W. Shakespeare - Romeo and Juliet 9788853605030 F. S. Fitzgerald - The Great Gatsby 9788853606662
Stage 3 Intermediate (1000 headwords) B1 Preliminary Stage 6 Proficiency Unabridged Texts C2 Proficiency
C. Dickens - A Christmas Carol NEW 9788853623171 O. Wilde - The Importance of Being Earnest 9788853617576
H. James - The Portrait of a Lady 9788853621115 J. Borsbey & R. Swan, Editors
9788853615930
W. Collins - The Woman in White 9788853621108 A Collection of First World War Poetry
E. Wharton - The Age of Innocence 9788853620293 J. Conrad - Heart of Darkness 9788853613028
J. Austen - Sense and Sensibility 9788853615916
C. Bront - Jane Eyre 9788853607935
W. Shakespeare - Macbeth 9788853606624
O. Wilde - The Picture of Dorian Gray 9788853605177
J. Austen - Pride and Prejudice 9788853605047

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Elementary (600 headwords) A1
E. A. Poe - Gordon Pym 9788853615879
N. Soseki - Botchan 9788853615886

new eli graded readers website

Visit www.eligradedreaders.com for downloadable extra resources


Full recording of all texts in MP3 format
Key to all activities
Teachers Guide with suggestions for using ELI Graded Readers in class or for extensive, individual reading

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GAMES
Learn English by playing: ELI has been
producing didactic games for more than
40 years and offers a rich list of titles
to choose from.
Designed as a useful tool for learners
throughout the various stages of their
language studies, ELI games have been
developed according to age, language
level (A1 to B1) and the learning style
of the student.

new The Animal Kingdom


The animal kingdom wont hold any more secrets
with this game! CEFR A1-A2. Page 64

Beginner Elementary Intermediate Upper-Intermediate Advanced Proficient

Common European Framework A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

YLE Starters -
YLE Flyers Preliminary First CAE
Cambridge English Movers
KEY BEC BEC BEC
KEY
The Animal Kingdom NEW
How are you? NEW
Play for the Planet NEW
Roundtrip of the U.S.A. NEW
Pack your Bag
Preposition Island
Picture Bingo
Bis
The Number Game
Time for Dominoes
Verb Bingo
My Shopping List

Learning by Playing
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How are you? new
How well do we know our own bodies and the
secrets of a healthy lifestyle? With this game we
can all learn to lead a healthy life whilst having fun!
CEFR A2-B1. Page 64

new Play For The Planet


A very hot topic at the moment, this game teaches
the key vocabulary surrounding the theme of eco-
friendly lifestyles. CEFR A2-B1. Page 64

Roundtrip of the U.S.A. new


Travel around the U.S.A. and discover American
cities, places of interest, history and culture. CEFR
A2-B1. Page 65

Beginner Elementary Intermediate Upper-Intermediate Advanced Proficient

Common European Framework A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

YLE Starters -
YLE Flyers Preliminary First CAE
Cambridge English Movers
KEY BEC BEC BEC
KEY
English Paperchase
Whos Who?
Super Bis
Just the Job
Sentence Maker
English Championship
Question Chain
Question and Answers
The Busy Day Dominoes
Lets Party!
The Great Verb Game
Roundtrip of Britain and Ireland

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eli language games
Titles with this symbol are also
available in digital version for PC
or MAC, perfect for use in class
on an Interactive Whiteboard
elementary to intermediate - Common European Framework: A1-B1 (IWB) or a computer.

the animal kingdom new


beginner to elementary - Common European Framework: A1-A2

Animals are a mans best-friend! With this game we encourage and


GAMES

strengthen learning and the correct use of vocabulary and language


structures related to animals.

The box contains:


a pack of 66 photo cards;
36 bingo grids with lists of animals on the reverse side;
a teachers booklet.

The Animal Kingdom 9788853622815

how are you? new


elementary to intermediate - Common European Framework: A2-B1

A great team game in which players mime, draw and answer questions
about the human body, health, nutrition and daily healthy habits such
as sports. Are you ready to play?

The box contains:


a playing board;
a numbered dice;
a dice with coloured faces;
132 game cards divided in six categories;
a teachers booklet.

How are you? 9788853622761

play for the planet new


elementary to intermediate - Common European Framework: A2-B1

Lets play and have a clean world! Choose the correct bin for the rubbish
and answer the questions. Play and practise vocabulary related to the
environment: recycling, renewable energy, organic agriculture and food.

The box contains:


a playing board with 100 spaces;
a dice;
60 photographic cards;
72 game cards;
a teachers booklet.

Play for the Planet 9788853622860

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roundtrip of the u.s.a. new
elementary to intermediate - Common European Framework: A2-B1

An exciting roundtrip of the U.S.A.! Broaden your knowledge of the


United States as you travel around the playing board and discover
American cities, places of interest, history and culture.

The box contains:


a playing board with a coast-to-coast itinerary around the U.S.A;
2 sets of 66 playing cards (levels A2 and B1) with questions about
grammar, culture, geography, idiomatic expressions, riddles, and

GAMES
vocabulary;
2 dice;
a teachers booklet containing the game instructions, ideas for
extra activities, background information about the locations on
the itinerary and a list of useful websites.

Roundtrip of the U.S.A. 9788853622907

pack your bag


beginner - Common European Framework: A1

The players have to be the first to pack their bag with all the clothes
and accessories on their list. Useable also as a bingo-style game, Pack
your Bag helps students learn and reinforce language associated with
clothing, set in the fun situation of preparing for a journey.

The box contains:


66 playing cards;
36 lists with the bingo cards on the reverse side;
a teachers booklet.

Pack your Bag 9788853619266

preposition island
beginner - Common European Framework: A1

The game invites you to identify the characters and objects in the
illustration so as to develop understanding and encourage the production
of sentences using prepositions of place combined with articles.

The box contains:


an illustrated playing board;
58 playing cards;
8 cards with the prepositions of place;
60 gold coins;
a teachers booklet.

Preposition Island 9788853613622

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picture bingo
beginner - Common European Framework: A1

A bingo-type game to learn 100 basic English words.

The box contains: 100 playing cards, 32 bingo cards, a teachers


booklet with original activities for learning vocabulary and
structures.

Picture Bingo 9788881483051


Digital Edition 9788853613875
GAMES

Game Box + Digital Edition 9788853613882

bis
beginner - Common European Framework: A1

A card game to learn basic English vocabulary and to practise


memorization skills.

The box contains: 120 playing cards, a teachers booklet.

Bis 9788885148284
Digital Edition 9788853613899
Game Box + Digital Edition 9788853613905

the number game


beginner - Common European Framework: A1

A bingo-type game to learn numbers in English from 1 to 100.

The box contains: 100 playing cards, 36 bingo cards, a teachers


booklet.

The Number Game 9788881480746


Digital Edition 9788853613912
Game Box + Digital Edition 9788853613929

time for dominoes


beginner - Common European Framework: A1

A domino game to learn how to read and tell the time in English.

The box contains: 48 domino cards, a teachers booklet.

Time for Dominoes 9788881480791


Digital Edition 9788853613936
Game Box + Digital Edition 9788853613943

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verb bingo
beginner - Common European Framework: A1

A bingo game to learn basic verbs in English.

The box contains: 66 playing cards, 36 bingo cards, a teachers


booklet.

Verb Bingo 9788853611758


Digital Edition 9788853613950

GAMES
Game Box + Digital Edition 9788853613967

my shopping list
beginner to elementary - Common European Framework: A1-A2

A game in which players must try to be the first to buy all the food on
their list. The game can also be used as Bingo.

The box contains: 66 playing cards, 36 shopping lists with bingo


cards on the reverse side, a teachers booklet.

My Shopping List 9788853613677

english paperchase
elementary - Common European Framework: A2

How well do you know Britain and the English-Speaking World? Find
out by playing this great new game with its monuments, places, people
and products from around the English-Speaking World. Each card has
five clues and each clue has a score: become the champion!

The box contains: 66 photographic playing cards, 66 playing cards


with clues, a teachers booklet.

English Paperchase 9788853619310

whos who?
elementary - Common European Framework: A2

A card game to learn or revise vocabulary and structures relating to


physical descriptions of people.

The box contains: 66 playing cards showing different characters,


a teachers booklet.

Whos Who? 9788853611703


Digital Edition 9788853613998
Game Box + Digital Edition 9788853614001

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super bis elementary
CEFR: A2

A card game to learn and reinforce the interrogative form of tenses and
introduce basic vocabulary.

The box contains: 120 playing cards, a teachers booklet.


Super Bis 9788885148314
Digital Edition 9788853613974
Game Box + Digital Edition 9788853613981

just the job


elementary
GAMES

CEFR: A2

A card game to learn the names and descriptions of 40 jobs.

The box contains: 120 playing cards, a teachers booklet.

Just the Job 9788881480845


Digital Edition 9788853614018
Game Box + Digital Edition 9788853614025

sentence maker! elementary to intermediate


CEFR: A2-B1

This game improves production of sentences using time expressions


with the correct use of tenses. Practice vocabulary associated with
everyday verbs.

The box contains: a playing-board, 66 playing cards, a number dice,


a dice with personal pronouns, a dice with affirmative, negative and
interrogative forms, counters, points tokens and a teachers booklet.
Sentence Maker! 9788853616746

english championship elementary to intermediate


CEFR: A2-B1

Test your knowledge of England and the English-Speaking World with


this exciting game, which expands the students background knowledge
not only through questions concerning culture and traditions, but also
about geography, idioms, the environment and free time.

The box contains: a playing board, 132 playing cards, 60 counters,


a dice, a teachers booklet.

English Championship 9788853613721

question chain elementary to intermediate


CEFR: A2-B1

Create a chain of questions and answers correctly and improve


conversation skills through mini-dialogues.

The box contains: 132 playing cards, a teachers booklet.


Question Chain 9788853604682
Digital Edition 9788853614056
Game Box + Digital Edition 9788853614063

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questions and answers elementary to intermediate
CEFR: A2-B1

A board game to learn how to use pronouns and interrogative adverbs


and to stimulate conversation in English.

The box contains: a playing board representing a fairground, a dice,


66 playing cards, a teachers booklet.

Questions and Answers 9788853611659

the busy day dominoes elementary to intermediate


CEFR: A2-B1

GAMES
A domino game to learn vocabulary and grammar structures related to
everyday actions. The game teaches regular and irregular verbs in the
present, past and future tenses.

The box contains: 48 domino cards, a teachers booklet.


The Busy Day Dominoes 9788881483006
Digital Edition 9788853614070
Game Box + Digital Edition 9788853614087

lets party! elementary to intermediate


CEFR: A2-B1

A domino game to learn vocabulary and grammar structures related to


a party in a garden. The game teaches regular and irregular verbs in the
present, past and future tenses.

The box contains: 48 domino cards, a teachers booklet.


Lets Party! 9788853604736
Digital Edition 9788853614094
Game Box + Digital Edition 9788853614100

the great verb game elementary to intermediate


CEFR: A2-B1

A card game to learn regular and irregular verbs.

The box contains: 100 playing cards, a dice indicating the tense,
a dice of personal pronouns, a dice showing sentence type, a
teachers booklet.

The Great Verb Game 9788881483105


Digital Edition 9788853614131
Game Box + Digital Edition 9788853614148

roundtrip of britain elementary to intermediate


CEFR: A2-B1
and ireland
A game that is a trip to Britain and Ireland using questions on history,
geography, culture studies, grammar, vocabulary and idiomatic expressions.

The box contains: a board with a map of Great Britain and Ireland,
2 dice, 132 playing cards, a teachers booklet.
Roundtrip of Britain and Ireland 9788853604637
Digital Edition 9788853614117
Game Box + Digital Edition 9788853614124
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supplementary
materials
Learning a foreign language can be much easier when
you have access to materials which are both attractive
and a pleasure to use. In this section of the catalogue
you will find lots of these types of resources, which will
also work well alongside your chosen textbook. The
range of titles include ELI Picture Dictionaries, our all-
time favourite Songs for young learners, the English with
Crosswords series available at various levels which now
also comes with an exciting new interactive component.

Beginner Elementary Intermediate Upper-Intermediate Advanced Proficient

Common European Framework A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

YLE Starters -
YLE Flyers Preliminary First CAE
Cambridge English Movers
KEY BEC BEC BEC
KEY
PICTURE DICTIONARIES
My First English Picture Dictionary
English from A to Z
ELI Picture Dictionary English Junior
ELI Picture Dictionary English
SONGS
Sing a Song
Sing more Songs
ACTIVITY BOOKS
English with Crosswords
Play with Benjy
Merry English on DVD
Easy English
English with Games and Activities
Up to You!

70 Learning languages the pleasant way


PICTURE DICTIONARIES
These beautifully illustrated dictionaries are an ideal tool for learning new
language and expanding studentsvocabulary skills. Complete with stickers,
colouring activities, memory games and IWB software, the dictionary series
covers CEFR levels A1 to B1. Page 72

SONGS
A collection of traditional songs for young learners, available in
two volumes, now in a new, exciting digital edition. The Activity
Book in full colour includes sheet music and story texts for each
song. Karaoke animation is provided in the DVD-ROM and will
S.I.A.E. 300W1933

guarantee hours of really fun English language learning! Page 74 201 bit

ed.

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