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ENGLISH

LANGUAGE

TEACHING

CATALOG

2017 - 2018


TEACHING

together


IT’s NEW, IT’s NoW, IT’s yours

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Editorial Richmond

RichmondWorld

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Bogotá,D.C.-Colombia

Toll Free: 018000978978

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ENGLISH

LENGUAGE

TEACHING

CATALOG

ENGLISH

2017 - 2018

LENGUAGE

TEACHING

AVAILABLE CATALOG iN JANUAry 2017

2017 - 2018

Available for tablets and smartphones

New search tool by title, author, ISBN and key word

Easier access and intuitive interface

Distributor location markers on Google Maps ®

New Title Digital Resources CLIL

Simbol

key

American English DVD Digital Book

British English Audio CD Exam-friendly Series

*TBA To Be Announced App iBook

A1 A2

CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference) Microsite Richmond Spiral Platform

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Suggested Hours per Week Videos Richmond Learning Platform

Richmond Solution


Contents

EFL

Richmond BE

Language Overview 8

Language Overview 9

Language Overview 10

Language Overview 11

Language Overview 12

Language Overview 13

Cubby House - Preschool 14

Cubby House 15

Pebbles - Preschool 16

Gumdrops - Preschool 17

Tippy Toes - Preschool 18

Tippy Toes 19

Crickets - Preschool 20

Crickets 21

Abracadabra - Primary 22

Beep - Primary 23

Kid´s Web - Primary 24

Wonder - Primary 25

Cool Kids second edition - Primary 26

Cool Kids second edition 27

Skyrocket - Primary 28

Skyrocket 29

Thumbs up! second edition - Primary 30

Thumbs up! second edition 31

Stopwatch - Secondary 32

Stopwatch 33

Next Step Internacional - Secondary 34

English in Motion - Secondary 35

Fast track - Secondary 36

Fast track - Secondary 37

Awesome New Edition - Secondary 38

Achievers - Secondary 39

Target B1/B2 - Secondary 40

Target KET for Schools - Secondary 41

Target Cambridge English:First - Secondary 42

Richmond Bilingual Dictionary 43

Math Adventures - Preschool 46

My First letters and Sounds - Preschool 47

Pathway to Science - Primary 48

Pathway to Math - Primary 49

My pals are here-Science - Primary 50

My pals are here- Math - Primary 51

Drawing and Painting - Primary 52

Arts and Crafts - Primary 53

Music - Primary 54

Pathway to Literature /

Pathway to Grammar - Primary 55

Spotlight on literature - Secondary 56

Richmond Theater for Young Readers - Primary 57

Mathematics Matters /

Lower Secondary Science - Secondary 58

Upper Secondary Sciences

Biology/Physics/Chemistry - Secondary 59

RICHMOND

SOLUTION FOR

SCHOOLS

YOUNG ADULTS AND

SUPPLEMENTARY

GO DIGITAL

READERS

RSS 66

RSS 67

Language Overview - Young Adults 70

Language Overview - Young Adults 71

English ID 72

English ID 73

Identities 74

Identities 75

American Big Picture 76

American Big Picture 77

Serie @work 78

Going pro 79

Visual Grammar 80

English Grammar in Steps 81

Lessons Learned/Primary

Methodology Handbook 82

Richmond Handbooks for Teachers 83

Spiral 86

Spiral 87

myON 88

myON 89

English Attack 90

English Attack 91

Richmond Apps 92

Richmond Microsites 93

Richmond Cartoons 94

Richmond Cartoons 95

Richmond Learning Platform 96

Richmond Learning Platform 97

Richmond Business Skills/Business Theories 98

Interactive Test Preparation 99

Richmond Mazes 102

Ready, Set,Go 103

Popcorn Readers 104

Popcorn Readers 105

Popcorn Readers/Media Readers 106

Media Readers 107

Media Readers 108

Media Readers 109

Richmond Readers 110

DVD Readers 111

EXAMS

Richmond Practice Tests: YLE 62

Richmond Practice Tests:KET and PET 63

Richmond Practice

Tests for Cambridge English:First 64

Richmond Practice Tests for Cambridge

English:Advanced/Richmond Practice

Tests for IELTS 65

Richmond Offices-Colombia 112

Richmond Offices-International 113

Página web Richmond Colombia 114

Notes 115

Notes 116


Richmond Learning Matches

Preschool Primary Secondary Young Adults

• Pebbles

• Cubby House

• Abracadabra

• Kids’ Web

• Beep

• Everything

• Stopwach - Split Ed

• Next Step (L.E)

• Essential American English

• Gumdrops

• Cool Kids

• Wonder

• Skyrocket

• Stopwatch

• Next Step

• English In motion

• Target B1-B2

• Going Pro

• English ID

• Identities

• Tippy Toes

• Crickets

• Thumbs Up!

• Awesome New Edition

• Achievers

• American Big Picture

• New American Framework

• @work

Learning Boosters for Preschool

M@th adventures

My first letters

& sounds

App letters& sounds Richmond theater k Ready, set, go!

Pebbles


Gumdrops


Tippy Toes • • • •

Crickets • • • • •

Learning Boosters for Primary

Myon Popcorn readers Superstars readers Richmond teather Richmond cartoons Dictionaries

Abracadabra • • • •

Kids’ Web • • • •

Beep • • • •

Cool Kids • • • •

Wonder • • • •

Skyrocket • • • • •

Thumbs Up! • • • • •

Pathway

to science

Pathway

to math

Pathway

to literature

Pathway

to grammar

Pathway

to certification

Richmond practice

test (starters)

Richmond practice

test (movers)

Richmond practice

test (flyers)

Kids’ Web

Beep


Cool Kids • •

Wonder • • •

Skyrocket • • • • • • •

Thumbs Up! • • • • • • • •

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Learning Boosters for Secondary

Myon

Media

readers

Dvd

readers

Target ket Target pet Target first

Spotlight on

literature

English

attack

Dictionaries

Everything • • • •

Next Step • • • • • • •

English In motion • • • • • • • •

Awesome N.E • • • • • • • • •

Achievers • • • • • • • • •

Learning Boosters for Young Adults

Media readers Dvd readers Target ket Target pet Target first Target ielts

Visual

grammar

Dictionaries

Essential American English • • • • • •

Going Pro • • • • • •

English ID • • • • • •

American Big Picture • • • • • • •

New American Framework • • • • • • •

@ Work • •


Language Overview

Level N

-------------------------------- --------------------------------

Greetings

Numbers 1 to 5

School objects: book, chair, crayon,

table

Face: ears, eyes, mouth, nose

Toys: ball, car, doll, teddy bear

Family: brother, daddy, mommy, sister

Pets: bird, cat, dog, fish

Food: apple, banana, cookie, milk,

orange

Nature: bee, butterfly, flower, tree

Colors: blue, green, orange, red, yellow

8

Level 1

My name is…

I’m (Linda).

I’m a boy/girl.

He’s a boy.

She’s a girl.

What’s that / this? It’s a (table).

This is the classroom.

What color is it? It’s (blue).

How many circles do you see?

What are these? They are

my (eyes).

I have one nose.

I have two eyes.

Point to your (ears).

Touch your (nose).

I’m happy / sad.

It’s cold.

It’s rainy.

Put on your (coat).

Take off your (shoes).

Who is this? This is (mom).

She’s young / old.

This is my family.

The baby is sad / happy.

Put the (ball) in / on / under the box.

Where is the (teddy bear)? It’s on

the bed.

The ball is blue.

What pet do you have? I have a (dog).

Is it a dog? Yes / No, it isn’t.

What pets can you see?

What color is the cat?

Rabbits hop.

What number is it?

I have (juice) in my lunch box.

I like / don’t like…

This is a big / small (sandwich).

I eat…

I drink…

Numbers 1 to 10

Greetings

Personal pronouns

Present simple

Imperatives

I like… / I don’t like…

How many…?

To have

Opposites: happy–sad

Numbers 1 to 5

Shapes: circle, triangle, square

Colors: red, blue, yellow, purple, green, orange,

brown, pink, gray

Pre-writing activities: horizontal, vertical,

arches, crossed circles, waves, spirals; tracing

numbers

Greetings

School objects: backpack, book, chair,

crayon, glue stick, scissors, table

Actions: color, cut, draw, glue, paint,

play, sing

Colors: black, blue, brown, green,

orange, pink, purple, red, white, yellow

Family members: baby, brother, daddy,

grandma, grandpa, mommy, sister

Numbers 1 to 10

Facial features: ears, eyes, mouth,

nose

Happy, sad

Shapes: circle, heart, square, star,

triangle

Lunch: apple, banana, carrot, cookies,

juice, lunch box, milk, orange, pear,

sandwich, water

Clothes: blouse, dress, jeans, pants,

shoes, shorts, socks, sweater, T-shirt

Toys: ball, car, dinosaur, doll, robot,

teddy bear, toy box, toy shelf

Prepositions: in, on, under

Pets: bird, cat, crawl, dog, fish, fly, hop,

rabbit, run, sleep, swim, turtle

Level 2

What’s your name? My name’s

Rose.

What’s this? This is my

(backpack).

They’re scissors.

There are 5 backpacks.

Tom is a boy.

Sally is a girl.

Who’s this? It’s (mom).

Where is dad? He’s in the

(kitchen).

I’m (four).

This is breakfast.

I like / don’t like pancakes.

It’s chicken.

What color is the horse? It’s

(black).

There are 5 cows.

It’s a (flower).

I can see a…

It’s a plane.

There are (five cars).

Let’s go to the (park).

The toy store is next to the fair.

Watch a movie at the cinema.

See a painting at the museum.

Ride a ferris wheel at the fair.

He’s a (doctor).

She’s a (nurse).

There are 5 doctors.

There is a vet.

Numbers 10 to 20

Personal pronouns

Present simple

Imperatives

Where’s the…?

Who is he?

How many…?

Prepositions: in, on

Opposites: tall–short, fat–thin, big–small,

young-old

Numbers 1 to 10

Colors: red, blue, yellow, green, orange, brown,

pink, purple, gray, black, white

Pre-writing activities: vertical and horizontal

lines, arches, crossed circles, waves, spirals;

tracing numbers and letters

Greetings

My name’s…

Boy, girl

School objects: backpack, book, chair,

crayon, glue stick, lunch box, marker,

paintbrush, pencil, pencil case, scissors,

table

Actions: brush teeth, clap, climb, color,

crawl, cut, dance, draw, go to bed, glue,

have breakfast, hop, jump, paint, read

a story, run, sing, slide, swing, take a

bath / shower, touch, wake up

Colors: black, blue, brown, green,

orange, pink, purple, red, white, yellow

Body parts: arm, body, ears, eyes, face,

foot, hair, hand, head, knees, legs,

mouth, nose, toes

Farm animals: chick, cow, duck, egg,

goat, hen, horse, rooster, sheep, turkey

Same, different

Numbers 1 to 20

Rooms and furniture: armchair, bed,

bedroom, closet, kitchen, lamp, living

room, night table, playroom, refrigerator,

shelf, sink, shower, sofa, stove,

toilet, bathtub, TV

Family members

Big, chubby, medium, old, tall, thin,

small, short, young, old

Shapes: circle, square, triangle

Routines: I wake up in the morning, I

go to bed at night. I take a shower.

Park animals and objects: bench, bird,

butterfly, climbing frame, flower, grass,

rabbit, squirrel, swings, tree

Prepositions: behind, in, in front of,

on, under

Food: breakfast, chicken, chocolate,

dinner, eggs, fish, fruits, juice, lunch,

meat, milk, pizza, rice, salad, spaghetti,

sugar, vegetables, water, yogurt

I’m hungry. I’m thirsty.

I want…, please.

I like…. / I don’t like…

Do you like….? Yes. / No.

Level 3

I can / can’t (paint).

There are 5 books.

This is a crayon.

I take a shower.

I brush my teeth.

It’s (summer).

It’s (hot).

It’s (sunny).

I see (five flowers).

I like / don’t like peas.

I want a hamburger.

What fruit do you like? I like

(apples).

Mom is in the kitchen.

What’s Mom doing? Mom is making

breakfast.

I’m playing soccer.

She’s jumping rope.

He’s riding a bike.

The lion is next to / in front of the

zebra.

The hippo is in the river.

The tiger is between the elephant

and the lion.

The lion is big.

The zebra has spots.

Where does the doctor work? In a

hospital.

He’s a police officer.

She’s a nurse.

Numbers 20 to 30

Personal pronouns

Present simple

Present continuous

Imperatives

Demonstrative pronouns: this / these

Where’s the…?

I like… / I don’t like…

Adjectives: happy, sad, angry, surprised,

hungry, thirsty

Pre-writing activities: vertical, horizontal and

curved lines, circles, arches, spirals, tracing

numbers, letters and words

Prepositions: in, on, under

Numbers: 1 to 20

Colors: red, blue, yellow, green, orange, brown,

pink, purple, gray, black, white

Shapes: diamond, heart, oval, star

I’m five. I’m six.

I can... / I can’t…

Prepositions: in, next to, on, under,

Long, short

Numbers 1 to 100

Shapes: circle, rectangle, square,

triangle,

Rooms and furniture

Present continuous

Actions: brush teeth, comb hair, cook,

feed the dog, make the bed, play, put

the toys away, read a book, set the

table, sweep the floor, take a bath,

water the plants, wash the dishes

The shortest, the tallest

Body parts: arms, elbows, foot, hand,

knees legs, shoulder

Zoo animals: crocodile, giraffe, gorilla,

hippo, lion, monkey, panda, rhino,

snake, tiger, zebra

Professions: dentist,doctor, firefighter,

mail carrier, nurse, police officer,

teacher, vet

Family members

Transportation: boat, car, plane, train

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EFL

--------------------------------

To be: present simple

Personal pronouns

Opposites: old–young, big–small, same–different,

long–short

Can / can’t

Like / don’t like

I want...

Possessive pronouns

Prepositions: in, on, under

Numbers 1 to 5

Colors

Greetings

What’s this? It’s a...

School: teacher, school, classroom, crayon, table,

chair, book

Body: ears, eyes, face, mouth, nose, hair, arms,

feet, hands, head, legs

Food: apple, banana, orange, milk, sandwich,

lunch box

Colors: yellow, orange, green, pink, red

Family: baby, brother, sister, dad, mom, grandma,

grandpa

How are you? Fine, thank you.

What’s your name? My name is...

This is the door / window. It’s closed / open.

It’s in / on / under the box.

Sit down. Raise your hand, please!

This is my face. My eyes are green.

Can an elephant jump? Yes, it can. / No, it can’t.

Who has a (sandwich)? I have a (sandwich).

The oranges are on a tree.

What color are the (peas)? They are (green).

What food do you like? I like (eggs) and (cheese).

I’m hungry. I’m thirsty.

This is my family. This is my (mom). Her name is...

We play with our pets. We love our pets.

Toys: ball, car, robot, teddy bear, doll, block

Shapes: circle, square, rectangle, triangle

Pets: bird, cat, dog, fish, rabbit, turtle

Clothes: shoes, shorts, skirt, sweater, T-shirt,

blouse, pants, socks

Weather: rainy, sunny, windy, hot, cloud, sun,

leaves, umbrella

Numbers 1 to 5

What can you do with the books? We can read

the books.

I like to play (soccer) and play (hide-and-seek).

What’s she doing? She’s (climbing up the ladder).

I can throw a ball high / low / quickly / slowly.

Do you have a pet? Yes, I do. I have a (bird).

What does the snake do? The snake sleeps

all day.

I’m a (chef). I work at a (restaurant).

My dad is a (pilot).

He’s a firefighter. He puts out fires.

A (doctor) uses a (stethoscope).

This is the sun. We see the sun in the daytime.

It is (hot) and (bright).

The sun gives us light. The sun helps plants

grow.

9

Review Level 1

To be: present simple

To be: present continuous

Can / can’t

There is / are

How many...?

A / an

I want...

Prepositions: in, on, under, behind, in front of

Numbers 1 to 10

Colors

Greetings

What are they doing? They’re (singing a song).

Where is (the playground)? It’s over there.

This is (my book) and these are (my crayons).

Where do you (do experiments)? In the (science

lab).

What is this? (An arm).

How many (fingers) do we have? Let’s count.

(Elephants) have (tails).

I can (see) with my (eyes).

I like (apples), but I don’t like (spaghetti).

(Lemons) are sour. (Crackers) are salty.

I have (eggs) for (breakfast).

Do you have brothers and sisters? Yes, I do. /

No, I don’t.

How many people are in your family?

I play with my toys in the (bedroom).

What place is this? It’s a (zoo).

What do you like to do to have fun? I like to

(see a movie).

What are these? What are those? This is (a

cow). These are (goats).

The (duckling) is the (duck’s) baby.

On (Monday), Farmer Brown (collects the

eggs)w .

When it’s (sunny), I wear a (hat).

Can you (brush your teeth)? Yes, I can. / No,

I can’t.

What is he wearing? (A T-shirt and shorts).

I’m sick. I call the doctor.

Plants need (soil / water / sunlight) to grow.

Does a (worm) have legs? No, it doesn’t. /

Yes, it does.

First, I... Then, I..., Next, I... Finally, I...

Numbers 1 to 50

Numbers 1 to 3

Colors

Size: big and small

Same-different

Sorting: colors

Numbers 1 to 5

Shapes

Colors

Numbers 0 to 5

Matching 1 to 1

Adding: 1 more

Subtracting: 1 less

Numbers 1 to 8

Adding: 1 more

Subtracting: 1 less

Patterns: size

Size: big and small

Length: long, longer,

short, shorter

Height: tall, taller,

short, shorter

Numbers 0 to 10

More and less

Size: big, medium,

small

Sorting: size

Patterns: size

Numbers 0 to 10

Ordinal numbers

1st to 10th

Prepositions: in, on,

under

Numbers 10 to 15

Height: tall, taller,

tallest, short,

shorter, shortest

Patterns: height

Measuring

Length: shorter,

longer, longest

Numbers 10 to 20

Shapes: circle,

triangle,

rectangle and

square

Patterns: shapes

Review of Level 2

To be: present simple

To be: present continuous

To be: past simple

Can / can’t

Have / has

Like / don’t like

Sequencing events: first, then, next, finally

Opposites: sweet–sour, right–left, hard–soft,

smooth–rough

Telling the time

Prepositions: in, on, under, behind, in front of, next

to, between

Numbers 1 to 20

Is she the (gym) teacher? Yes, she is. / No,

she isn’t.

What letter is this? This is the letter...

What do you have? I have a (pencil).

In (science) class we learn about (nature).

He has (short) hair.

How do I keep my body healthy? I’m sleeping

well.

What’s the matter? I have a (headache).

Always walk on the sidewalk. Hold someone’s

hand to cross!

What’s your favorite food? (Chicken) is my

favorite food.

There are three people in my family.

What are you doing? I’m (setting the table).

I live in a (small house) in the (country).

What do you do after school? I go to (art class)

on (Tuesdays).

What did you do on the weekend? I went to

(the park) on Sunday.

Where are you going to go in the (summer)?

I’m going to go to the (beach).

What is the (tiger) doing? It’s (hiding).

The (hippo) is bigger than the (crocodile).

There is a (firefighter).

What do you want to be? I want to be a

(scientist).

What’s the weather like today? It’s (sunny).

We drink fresh water. We get fresh water

from rivers.

In the (forest) there are animals like (deer) and

(squirrels).

Numbers 1 to 100

Numbers 0 to 10

More or less

Ordinal numbers 1 st

to 10 th

Numbers 1 to 20

Tens and ones

Place value

Measurement

Adding

Subtracting

Make 3 and 4

Make 5 and 6

Make 7 and 8

Make 9 and 10

Shapes

Adding

Numbers 1 to 31

Days of the week

Months of the year

Calendar

Telling time

Numbers 10 to 100

Counting by 10s

Heavy and light

Capacity

Counting

Counting back

Adding

Subtracting

Counting by 10s

Counting by 5s

Counting by 2s

Tens and ones

Numbers from 1

to 100


Language Overview

Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

A... / an...

Questions about classroom

objects

Questions about actions: present

continuous

Questions about personal

preferences

Is it (a duck)? Yes, it is. / No, it isn’t.

This is / isn’t a...

What color is the...? It’s (red).

Where’s the... ? It’s in / under

/ on the...

Prepositions

What’s the... doing? The... is

(walking).

Verbs: present continuous

Vocabulary: animals, colors,

family, house, activities

Numbers 1 to 20

Is this / Are these... ?

Is... eating (apples)? Yes, he (she)

is. / No, he (she) isn’t.

Prepositions

Excuse me, where’s the... ? It’s in

front of / next to / between ...

Is the (bird) ...ing? Yes, he / she / it

is. No, he / she / it isn’t.

Questions: everyday activities,

present continuous

A (chicken) can (walk).

How many... are there? There

are...

Is / Are there... ? Yes, there is / are.

No, there isn’t / aren’t.

Vocabulary: food, transportation,

activities, family members,

animals, colors, toys

Numbers 1 to 30

Is it a... ? Yes, it is. / No, it isn’t.

What’s your name? My name’s...

How old are you? I’m (eight)

years old.

Present simple: have, want, like

Present continuous

Prepositions

Imperative

Are you wearing... ? Yes, I am. /

No, I’m not.

I wear... on my (hands).

What are you buying? I’m buying

(three shirts).

They are playing... The team is

winning / losing.

Vocabulary: school objects, food,

leisure activities, body, clothing,

neighborhood, sports, weather

Numbers 1 to 60

10

Hello!

What’s your name?

My name’s…

What’s this? It’s a…

I have a pink pencil.

This is my mom.

How old are you? I’m seven.

Is it black? Yes, it is. / No, it isn’t.

Do you have a teddy bear? / Yes, I

do. / No, I don’t.

Color adjective + noun

Where’s my book? It’s in the

kitchen.

Where’s the spider? It’s in / on

the table.

Imperatives

My hair is blue. I have a green

mouth.

I like / don’t like apples.

Do you like cheese?

What can you see?

How are you?

I’m fine, thanks.

What’s your favorite…?

Where’s the hamster? It’s under

the plant.

How do you spell…?

What are you wearing? I’m

wearing…

Color adjective + noun

What’s the weather like? It’s cold.

Is it cold?

It can fly. / It can’t jump.

Can it swim?

He’s a… / She’s a…

He has a… / She has a…

What are you doing? I’m reading.

Are you drawing? Yes, I am. /

No, I’m not.

How many can you see?

They’re small and purple.

Can you ride a bike? Yes, I can. /

No, I can’t.

I can / can’t play the guitar.

What’s your name? Mark.

How old are you? I’m eight.

I have (two pencils).

Do you have a (sharpener)? Yes, I

do. / No, I don’t.

It’s in, under, on, behind…

What time is it? It’s seven o’clock

/ seven thirty.

I get up at seven thirty.

He's / She's tall, short, etc.

His / Her (hair is pink).

He / She likes / doesn't like tennis.

He / She can (ride a bike).

Does it have (a tail)? Yes, it does. /

No, it doesn’t.

It has / doesn't have (wings).

Can it fly? Yes, it can. / No, it can’t.

What’s he / she doing? / He's /

She's playing the guitar.

Where’s (Karim)? He’s in the

(kitchen).

It’s fast, new...

Is it slow? Yes, it is. / No, it isn’t.

Do you like sailing? Yes, I do. /

No, I don’t.

I like / don't like playing Frisbee.

Verb to be: wh questions –

yes/no questions & short

answers

Commands

Introducing people

This / that

There is / are

Likes and dislikes

Is / are

Have

Prepositions: in, on, under

Genitive

Thanking

Demonstrative adjectives

Present simple: affirmative

(have / has)

Possessive adjectives

There is / there are

Present continuous:

affirmative

How many… are there?

Present continuous (all forms)

Time-telling

Prepositions of place

Expressing opinion

Verb to be: wh- questions

Present continuous: whquestions

Expressing likes and dislikes

Have / has

Expressing preference

Review: I like / I don’t like

Present simple with regular

and irregular verbs (affirmative)

Telling the time

Giving opinions

Imperatives for giving

directions

Prepositions

Offering and asking for help

Can (negative form)

Comparative adjectives (short

and long)

Possessive adjectives

Review: this, that, these, those

Present simple with regular

and irregular verbs

Greetings and good-byes

Possessive adjectives

What

Imperatives

Verb to be: questions, affirmative,

short answers

How many

There is / are: questions, affirmative,

short answers

How old...?

Singular and plural nouns

Suggestions: let’s

Demonstrative pronouns: this,

that, these, those

Where

Prepositions of place: in, on,

under

Present simple: need, affirmative

first person singular

Indefinite article

Definite article

Prepositions of place: next to,

between, in front of, behind

Present simple: have, affirmative,

first / third person singular

Present simple: need, affirmative

third person singular

Present continuous: affirmative

Adjective order

Demonstrative adjectives: this,

that, these, those

Present continuous: questions,

negatives

Telling time

Present simple: like, affirmative,

negative, yes / no questions,

short answers

Present simple: have, affirmative,

negative, yes /no questions,

short answers

Present simple: want, affirmative

Can / can’t: questions, affirmative,

negative, yes / no questions,

short answers

Exchanging personal information

Present continuous

Where + verb to be

Present simple for routines +

days of the week, first person

singular

Present simple: like

Imperatives

There is / are

Present simple for routines +

days of the week, third person

singular

Who + present simple

Subject questions

Eating language

Present simple: love, like, don’t

like, affirmative, negative, yes /

no questions, short answers

And, but, or

Demonstrative pronouns

Sensory verbs

Can for ability: affirmative,

negative, yes / no questions,

short answers

What / Where + present simple

Present simple: have, affirmative,

negative, yes / no questions,

short answers, third person plural

Preposition like

Adjective formation

Present continuous

Whose + verb to be

Possessive ’s

When + present simple

Present simple for routines

Present continuous with why

/ because

Demonstrative adjectives

Present simple: need

There is / are: affirmative,

negative, yes / no questions,

short answers

Where + verb to be & prepositions

of place

Present continuous: affirmative,

negative, yes / no questions,

short answers

Where / What + present simple,

third person singular

Present continuous all persons

Possessive adjectives

Whose + verb to be and possessive

pronouns

Present continuous with

locations

Adverbs of frequency: always,

sometimes, never

How many + there are, some

/ any

Present simple: have, first and

third person singular

How + adjective

How much

When / what / where / who +

present simple

Imperatives: affirmative and

negative

Modal can for permission,

prohibition

Whose + possessive pronouns

Present continuous review

Question words review

There is / are + some, any, a lot, a

few, a little, none

How many / much + are / is there

Present simple + time adverbs

Adverbs of frequency

Love / like / don’t like / hate + –ing

form: affirmative, negative, yes /

no questions, short answers

Want + infinitive

Make + object pronoun + verb

Good at

Indefinite pronouns + present

simple third person singular

Verb to be + adjectives

How often + time adverbs

Present simple: feel

Should: affirmative, negative

Imperatives with don’t

To be + adjectives

Need + infinitive

Zero conditional

There was / were: affirmative,

negative, yes / no questions,

short answers

Past simple

Have to: affirmative, all persons

There is / are vs. there was / were

Verb to be past, affirmative

Past simple: regular and irregular

verbs, affirmative

Past simple yes / no questions,

short answers

How / what / when with past

of to be

And, but

Verb to be + adjectives

Past simple affirmative and

negative

There was / were, how many

Past simple subject and object

questions

Could / couldn’t for past ability

Going to for plans

Past simple and with sequencers

Exchanging personal information

Where / What with past simple

Greetings

Asking about and identifying

objects

Questions

Prepositions of place

Have

Present continuous

Commands and instructions

There is / there are

Vocabulary: classroom objects,

alphabet, colors, family, toys,

house, body, animals, clothes,

games, actions, food

Can / can’t

Like / don’t like

Have

Present continuous

Present simple: affirmative,

negative and interrogative

Demonstrative adjectives

Whose and possessive

There is / are some..., There isn’t

/ aren’t any...

Question words

Let’s (play soccer). Would you

like (an orange)? I’d love to. /

No, thanks.

Vocabulary: food, colors,

places, professions, time, family,

everyday activities, clothes,

seasons, weather, vacation,

leisure activities

A lot, a little, a few

Present simple

Prepositions of place

Giving directions

Always, often, sometimes, never

Present continuous

Likes and dislikes

Was / were

Accepting and declining

invitations

Past simple

Wh- and Yes / No questions in

past simple

Verbs plus infinitive

Verbs plus gerund

Vocabulary: city, country,

food, farm, days of the week,

ordinal numbers, party, musical

instruments

LEVEL K

Oral directions

Simple questions

Greetings

Simple repetitive phrases

Describe people, places, things,

locations and events

Numbers

Alphabet

Vowels and consonants

Answer wh- and how questions

Singular and plural nouns

Singular and plural pronouns

Possessive pronouns

Contractions

Subject-verb agreement

Adjectives

Simple past

Answer simple wh- and how

questions

Punctuation and capitalization

Adjectives

Simple past, sequence of events

Regular and irregular plurals

Possessives

Antonyms and synonyms

Prefixes and suffixes

Greetings and closings for letters

Word order

Capitalization

Contractions

Punctuation: comma

Months and days of the week

Subject-verb agreement

Past, present and future tense

Declarative, interrogative, imperative

and exclamatory sentences

Pronouns

Adjectives

Articles

Antonyms and synonyms

Compound words

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He / She is a (doctor). The... is wearing...

What does... do? He’s / She’s a...

Are there / Is there a... in your neighborhood?

Yes, there is / are. No, there

isn’t / aren’t.

Does... go to school on (Monday)? Yes, he

/ she does. No, he / she doesn’t.

What day is today? It’s...

What time is it? It’s...

What’s the weather like? It’s...

How much is it? It’s...

Where do you buy a... ? In a...

Are you tall / short / thin? Yes, I am. /

No, I’m not.

Vocabulary: occupations, places, school

subjects, days of the week, times of the

day, activities, weather, clothing, sports,

family members, animals, food

Prepositions

Numbers 1 to 100

Where’s your classroom? It’s near / next

to / behind / in front of...

It’s (four thirty). It’s (a quarter past two).

Can / can’t

Present continuous

Prepositions

Adjectives

Question words

Possession

Are there any... ? Yes, there are some... /

No, there aren’t any...

How much does a... cost? It costs...

dollars and ... cents.

We need some... We don’t need any...

What’s the matter? He / She has (a

headache).

He’s / She’s sad / excited / angry, etc.

Vocabulary: places at school, colors,

clothing, days of the week, sports, food,

birthday celebrations, health problems,

body, camping

Numbers 1 to 100

Where do you live? I live in a house / an

apartment...

Where are you going on Monday / Tuesday

/ Wednesday? To the (post office).

The (necklace) is (cheap). The (ring) is

(expensive).

Opposite adjectives

What do you like doing in (summer)? I like

(swimming).

What country are you from? I’m from

(Bolivia). I speak (Spanish).

EFL

After / before

Always / usually / never

Your (mother’s grandmother) is your...

Asking for and giving directions

Vocabulary: places in a city, activities,

months, seasons, weather, countries,

languages, arts and sports, occupations,

family members, vacation

On Monday, I have/don’t have math.

What do you have on Friday?

Where are you from? / I’m from France.

He's / She's from Italy.

I speak Chinese.

He / She likes riding a bike.

What do you wear? / I wear / don't wear

a sweater.

In (January, the winter)…

Is there a hospital?

There's / isn't a park.

What should we do? Let’s go to the

movies!

How much is the soup? It’s four dollars.

I have cereal for breakfast.

Can I have a sandwich, please?

They have / don’t have wings.

How many legs do they have?

Does he / she work on a space station?

He listens / doesn't listen to music.

Do you want to go hiking?

I want / don't want to play games.

What time is it?

What time do you have lunch? At

one thirty.

I do my homework at seven o’clock.

Have + some / any

Do we have any sugar? Yes, we do. /

No, we don’t.

We have some oranges.

We don’t have any cheese.

Recipe instructions

Adverbs of frequency

Where is the museum? It’s across from /

next to / between…

Let’s go to…. / Why don’t we…?

Present simple with they.

Comparatives.

How old were you? I / He / She / It was...

What was your favorite toy?

Who was your favorite teacher?

Where were you at (five after six)? I was

at the (bowling alley).

Go through the town and over the

bridge.

What are you doing? I’m chatting

with you.

He / She isn’t chatting online.

Our / Their school has a Karate club.

I like / don't like documentaries.

He / She likes / doesn't like movies.

Do you like movies? Yes, I do. / No, I don’t.

Does he like game shows? Yes, he does.

/ No, he doesn’t.

Are you going to…? Yes, I am. / No,

I’m not.

He’s / She’s going to...

What’s it made of? It’s made of…

Do you work at night? Yes, I do. / No,

I don’t.

I’m / I’m not playing the saxophone.

He / She is / isn't working today.

What do you want to be? I want to be a…

I / You / He liked writing stories.

I / You / He didn’t have a computer.

Did you / she live in Paris? Yes, I / she did.

/ No, I / she didn’t.

We took lots of photos. / I did my

homework.

Did you have a nice weekend?

Superlative adjectives

How big / fast / tall / long..? questions

There is / isn't a…

There are some… / There aren’t any…

Is there a…? / Are there any…?

11

Apologizing

Accepting apologies

Can

Wh- questions

Offering help

Have / has (possession)

Whose & mine / yours / his / hers

Giving advice

Was / were: affirmative, negative

Wh- questions

There was / were

There wasn’t / weren’t

Offering

Accepting and declining offers

Some / any

Much / many

Giving advice

Superlative adjectives (short & long)

Asking for prices

Possessive adjectives: our & their

Whose

Genitive

Should / shouldn’t

Expressing doubt

Present simple and present continuous

Like + -ing

Past simple: affirmative, negative

Sequencers

Telling the time

Going to: affirmative, negative

Asking about the weather

Giving directions

Past simple

Going to

Invitations and responses

I don’t really like…

I love…too

I disagree

I don’t think so

I prefer…

I think…

Past Simple: wh- questions

I prefer…

I think…

Imperatives

Going to (affirmative & negative

sentences)

Modal verbs

Questions with from

Where’s your ... from?

Giving and asking for help

How often?

Frequency adverbs

Suggestions

Every + body / thing / where, some +

body / thing / where, no + body / thing /

where, any + body / thing /where

Expressing opinions

Agreeing and disagreeing

Good / bad at

Past Continuous: Affirmative, Negative

Accepting and refusing suggestions

Past continuous: wh- questions

Will: affirmative, negative

Will: wh- questions

Expressing opinions

Might

Going to

First Conditional

Why – because

Object pronouns

Question words: who, what, when,

where, which, why, how

Present continuous

Present simple for routines and time

expressions

Present simple vs. present continuous

Adverbs of manner

Past simple, regular / irregular verbs,

all forms

So, because

Past continuous, all forms

Past simple and past continuous + when

Comparatives, regular, irregular, long

/ short adjectives, statements and

questions

Superlatives, regular, irregular, long

/ short adjectives, statements and

questions

(Not) as… as ...

Too / not enough + adjective

Relative pronouns: who, where, that

Have to, don’t have to, do you have to?

Demonstrative pronouns review

Requests and offers with could and

would

Think / don’t think + will / won’t for

predictions, questions and statements

Zero conditional + when / if, questions,

imperatives

Present perfect for actions in unfinished

time periods, affirmative, negative,

questions, short answers

Present perfect vs. past simple

Prepositions of movement

Present perfect for unfinished states

with for / since, how long

Present passive

Could / couldn’t + when

Used to vs. present simple

Didn’t use to, did you use to

Must / mustn’t

Should / shouldn’t, questions

Will / won’t / might for predictions

So / because

Suggestions: let’s, should, why don’t we

Agreeing and disagreeing

Past simple + after and before

Past simple vs. past continuous, while

and when

Past simple wh– questions

Past perfect: affirmative, negative,

questions

Defining relative clauses and pronouns

May / might / could

Must / mustn’t / don’t have to

Going to for plans

Question tags with verb to be, can and

present simple

Past subject and object questions

with who

Reflexive pronouns

Past simple vs. present perfect, ever,

never

Present perfect for actions in unfinished

periods

Present perfect with already and yet

Present perfect with just

Present perfect continuous: affirmative,

negative, yes / no questions, short

answers

For vs. since

Present continuous for arrangements

Many, much, a lot of, a little, a few,

enough

Comparatives and superlatives + less,

the least

(Not) as… as...

Past and present passive, affirmative,

yes / no and wh– questions, short

answer

How + adjective

Zero conditional

First conditional

Second conditional

Wish

Reported speech with tell and say

Reported speech with suggest and

decide

Used to, didn’t use to, did… use to?

Would for past habits

Past simple vs. past continuous

Present perfect + already and yet

Past simple vs. present perfect + ever

Present perfect continuous

Phrasal verbs

Adjective phrases: good at / interested in

/ scared of / bad at

Reported imperatives and requests

Reported speech, present to past

Indefinite pronouns

Suggestions

First conditional

Second conditional

Third conditional

Wish

Must / mustn’t / ought to / should

Past perfect

Reported speech: past simple to past

perfect

Reported speech: questions

Reported speech: will, can

Present passive: affirmative, negative,

questions

Past passive: affirmative, negative,

questions

Too much / too many / not enough

Causative

Phrasal verbs

Must / might / can’t for speculation and

deduction

Defining relative clauses and pronouns

Non-defining relative clauses and

pronouns

Both / neither / all / none

Speculation and deduction

Question tags all forms

Reported speech review

Reporting verbs: order, decide, advise,

warn, promise

Second conditional

Have to / be allowed to / be able to

Passive voice

Reflexive pronouns

Future review

Wish + would / could

Should / shouldn’t

Past simple

Last (night), (two weeks) ago

Past continuous: affirmative and

negative

Could for ability in the past

Comparative short adverbs and

adjectives

Superlatives

Used to for habits in the past

Going to for future: statements and

questions

Vocabulary: health, places, weather,

sports, countries and nationalities, arts

and artists, clothes, activities, camping

Interrupted past

Comparatives and superlatives

Present perfect with ever

Will for predictions, promises and

offering help

Could, may and might for future

possibilities

Adverbs of movement

Zero conditional

First conditional

Similarities (looks like / feels like /

smells like)

Vocabulary: animals and insects,

environment, clothing, technology,

science, health, food, countries, musical

instruments

Present perfect with just, for and since

Past simple

Adjectives

Reported commands

Reported speech

I want to... / I prefer... / I would like....

Object pronouns

Passive voice in present and past

Second conditional

Relative pronouns

Vocabulary: movies, stories, professions,

countries, languages, animals, hobbies,

discoveries, ecology, geography

Simple and compound sentences

Appositives

Participial phrases

Prepositional phrases

Adjectives and adverbs

Regular and irregular verbs

Prepositions

Coordinating conjunctions

Punctuation: parentheses, direct quotations,

apostrophe

Figurative and metaphorical language

Persuasive language

Lie/lay, sit/set, rise/raise

Modifiers

Pronouns

Punctuation: colon, quotation marks,

titles

Capitalization

Synonyms, antonyms, homographs

Figurative language

Words with multiple meanings

Frequently used foreign words in English

Shades of meaning in related words (e.g.,

softly and quietly)

Simple, compound and compoundcomplex

sentences

Coordination and subordination

Indefinite pronouns

Present perfect, past perfect and future

perfect tenses

Verb agreement with compound

subjects

Frequently misspelled words (e.g., their,

they’re, there)

Punctuation: semicolon, comma


Language Overview

Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

Parts of speech: verbs

and nouns

Subject pronouns

Can

Demonstratives

Possessive adjectives

Possessive’s

Verb be

Indefinite articles

Verb have

Prepositions of place:

under, in, next to, on

Verb be

Can

There is / are

Where

Prepositions of place:

between, in front of, on,

in, next to

Adverbs of frequency

Present simple

Frequency expressions

Question words

Present continuous

Likes and dislikes

Let’s

Verb be

There is / are

Present continuous

Present simple

Prepositions of place: at, behind, in,

in front of, on, under

Comparative and superlative

adjectives

Imperatives

Irregular comparative and superlative

adjectives

Present simple;

Present continuous

Countable and uncountable nouns

Quantifiers: some, any

Verb be: was, were

Past simple

Have to

Future: going to

Verb be;

There is / are;

Can

Imperatives

Present simple

Adverbs of frequency: always,

never, often, sometimes, usually

Prepositions of time: in, on, at

Present continuous

Prepositions of place: on, at, in

Comparative and superlative

adjectives

Countable and uncountable

nouns

Quantifiers: a lot of, some, a little,

a few, any

How much, How many

Verb be: was, were

There was / were

Past simple

Future simple: will

Future: going to

Questions

What and Which

12

Present simple of to be,

all forms

This, that, these, those

A, an, the

Possessive adjectives

There is / are

How many

Spelling of plural nouns

Present simple: to have

Countable and uncountable

nouns

Determiners: some,

any, a / an, how much,

how many

Whose, ‘s

Possessive pronouns

Present simple: love, like,

hate, don’t like

Object pronouns

Word order with

adjectives

Love, like, hate + –ing

Present simple for

routines

Time expressions

Present simple with he

/ she / it

Adverbs of frequency

How often and frequency

expressions

Present continuous for

activities now

Can for ability

Question words, questions with

do, did and be

Present simple vs. present

continuous

Past simple

There was / were

Past continuous

Past simple vs. past continuous

Main verb forms,

Going to for plans and

predictions

Will and might for predictions

First conditional

Adverbs of manner

Can for ability and possibility

Could for past ability and

possibility

Present continuous for arrangements

Articles: a / an, the or no article

Countable and uncountable

nouns

Some vs. any

Determiners: much, many, a

lot of, a little, a few; too, very,

enough, too much, too many,

not enough

Placement of adjectives

Comparative form of adjectives

Superlative form of adjectives

(Not) as… as ...

Should

Can for permission and

prohibition

Have to, don’t have to, can’t

Copula verbs: feel, look, smell,

sound, taste

Present simple

Adverbs of frequency

Present continuous

Present simple vs. present

continuous

Subject and object questions

Conjunctions

Present perfect for experiences

in an unfinished time period,

ever and never

Present perfect for ongoing

states, how long, for, since

Imperatives

Should, have to, don’t have

to, can’t

Could, couldn’t, had to, didn’t

have to

Should, ought to, had better

Defining relative clauses and

pronouns

Present passive, past passive,

uses of the passive, by to

introduce the agent in passive

sentences

Past simple

Past simple vs. past continuous

Present perfect, already, yet

Past simple vs. present perfect

Want to, would like to, need to

Zero conditional

A / an

Plural nouns

Can: ability

Imperatives

Subject pronouns

Be: present simple

Question words

This, that, these, those

Possessive adjectives

Possessive ’s

Present simple

Adverbs of frequency

Present simple: questions

Love, like, not like, hate +

-ing form

Project: Find a pen-friend

Countable and uncountable

nouns

A lot of, some, any

Frequency expressions

How often?

Present continuous

Present continuous for

future plans

Present continuous vs.

present simple

There is / there are

Object pronouns

Have got

How many?

Project: Plan a party

Was / were

Past simple: regular verbs

Past simple: irregular

verbs

There was / there were

Past time expressions

Past simple: questions

Going to

Must

Can: permission

Project: Keep a travel

diary

Wh- questions

There is / there are

Present simple

Adverbs of frequency

Present simple: questions

Like + -ing form

Present continuous

Object pronouns

Present simple vs. present

continuous

Time expressions

Comparatives

Superlatives

Was / were

Could

Past simple: affirmative

Past simple: negative and

questions

There was / there were

Past continuous: questions

Past simple vs. past continuous

Countable and uncountable

nouns

A lot of, some, not any

How much? How many?

A lot, not much, not many, none

Not much / not many with verbs

Should

Should: questions

Must

Must vs. should

Will: facts

Will: questions

Future time expressions

Going to

Will: predictions

First conditional

First conditional: questions

Some / any / no + body / thing

/where

Every + body / thing / where

Present simple

Past simple

Like + -ing form

Present simple vs. present

continuous

Present continuous for future

plans

Comparatives and superlatives

What … like?

Have to / not have to

Have to: questions

Can, can’t / mustn’t, not

have to

Past simple

There was / there were

Adverbs

Past continuous

Past simple vs. past continuous

with

when / while

Too much, too many, not

enough

Quantifiers

Present perfect

Been vs. gone

Present perfect: questions

Just

First conditional

Future time clauses

Going to, will, might

Present perfect with for

/ since

How long?

Present perfect vs. past simple

Present and past passive:

affirmative

Present and past passive:

negative

Active vs. passive

Can, could, will be able to

Sense verbs

Present simple of verb

to be

Indefinite article

A / an

There is / are

Present simple of to have

Present simple for likes,

like / love / hate + -ing

Countable / uncountable

nouns

Some / any, how much

/ many?

This / that / these / those

Present simple for

routines

Adverbs of frequency

Present continuous for

present activities

Can for ability

Past simple of to be

Comparatives

Past simple

Going to for future plans

Should for advice

Imperatives

Superlatives

Present simple

Present continuous

Going to for plans and

predictions

Will for predictions

Have to, don’t have to and can’t

Past simple

There was / were

Past continuous

Past simple vs past continuous

Present perfect for experiences

and ongoing states

Present perfect vs past simple

Defining relative pronouns and

clauses

Present and past passive with by

Can / could (possibility and

ability)

Verb + gerund or infinitive

Zero conditional

Present continuous for arrangements

Going to for future plans

Need to, want to, would like to

Might and adverbs of possibility

First conditional

Modality, have to, don’t have

to, can’t, must, mustn’t, had to,

didn’t have to, could, couldn’t

Reported statements

Comparatives and superlatives

Used to

Will vs. going to

As… as ...

Present perfect + superlative

Stative and dynamic verbs

Past simple with just

Present perfect for reporting

news

Present perfect continuous

Subject vs. object questions

First conditional

Possibility with may, could,

might, would

The second conditional

Past simple

Indefinite pronouns

Past perfect

Comparatives and superlatives

Third conditional

Allowed to, make and let

So / Such… that

Reported statements

Say and tell

Reported questions

Reported commands and

requests

Verb + object + infinitive

Imperative

Should, ought to, had better,

have to, don’t have to, can’t

The second conditional

Wish

Regret and criticism with

should have

Defining relative clauses and

pronouns

Passive modals

Non-defining relative clauses

and pronouns

Gerunds and infinitives

Conjunctions

Causative

So that and in order to

Verb + object + -ing

Present simple affi

rmative, negative and

questions

Can / can’t

Adverbs of frequency

Present continuous

Present continuous &

present simple

Comparatives

Superlatives

Past simple of be

Past simple affirmative

Past simple negative &

questions

Countable & uncountable

nouns

Some / any

Quantifiers

Present continuous for

future

Be going to

Will & won’t

Modals: rules & obligation

Auxiliary verbs

Present simple

Adverbs of frequency

Can / can’t

Present continuous

Present continuous & present

simple

State verbs

Countable & uncountable nouns

Some / any / no

Quantifiers

Past simple affirmative

Was / were

Past simple negative & questions

Comparatives

not as … as | less

Superlatives | the least

Past continuous

Past continuous & past simple

when & while Present perfect:

ever & never

Present perfect: How long, for

& since

Been & gone

Modals: rules & obligation

Modals: permission, advice &

suggestions

Future plans & intentions

Will for predictions

First conditional

Past simple & past continuous

When & while

Used to

Present perfect with ever,

never, yet, already & just

Present perfect with for, since

& how long

Present perfect & past simple

Comparatives & superlatives

(not) as … as | Modifiers

Indefinite pronouns

Will / won’t | may / might

First conditional

Future plans & intentions |

would like to

Modals: rules, obligation &

advice

Second conditional

Present simple passive

Past simple passive Relative

clauses: defining & nondefining

Past perfect

Reported speech

Say & tell | reported yes / no

questions

Be able to, can & could

Question tags

Personal & possessive pronouns

& adjectives | reflexive

pronouns

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EFL

Level 4 Level 5 Level 6

Present simple

Going to

Will

Time expressions (present and future)

Information questions with wh- words

Present continuous (future meaning)

Should

Short answers

Zero conditional

First conditional

Intensifiers

Already, Yet

Past continuous

Short answers

Past continuous and past simple: When

Past continuous: While

Present perfect

Short answers

Present perfect: Ever

Present perfect: Already, Yet

Been, Gone

Might

Would

Present perfect: Never

Too, Either

So, Neither

Me too, Me neither

Present continuous; (future

meaning)

First conditional

Past simple and past continuous

Might, would

Should

Comparatives

Gerunds

Present perfect

For, how long, since

Past perfect

Second conditional

Preferences

Intensifiers; Too, Enough

Could

May

Might

The passive

Present and past

Relative clauses

Defining, non-defining

That, which, who

Present perfect

Phrasal verbs

Second conditional

Passive voice;

Defining and nondefining relative

clauses

Tag questions

Passive voice (present simple,

present continuous, past simple,

future, present perfect, modals)

Present perfect vs. present

perfect continuous

First conditional vs. second

conditional

Perfect modals

Third conditional

Mixed conditional

Reported statements

Future continuous

Present simple and present continuous

Present perfect vs. past simple

Present perfect continuous

Too, too much, too many, enough +

infinitive

Zero conditional

First conditional

Would

Second conditional

Past simple and past continuous

Could, was / were able to, managed to

Past perfect, narrative tenses

Can, can’t, have to, don’t have to

Third conditional

Allowed to, make and let

So, so much, so many, such + adjective

/ noun that

Reported speech (to be, will, can,

present simple, past simple, present

perfect)

Reported questions

Verb + object + infinitive for reported

requests and commands

Adverbs of frequency, manner and

probability

Modals of speculation and deduction

Wish + past simple, could and would

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13

Present simple and past simple:

questions

Adverbs of frequency

How much / how many

Present simple vs. present continuous

Like + -ing form

Prepositions + -ing form

Verbs of ambition + infinitive

Have to: present

Have to: past

Past simple vs. past continuous

Used to

Used to: questions

Present perfect with just

Already and yet

Present perfect with for / since

Comparatives and superlatives

(Not) as… as…

Too and not enough with adjectives

Sense verbs

Verbs of probability

Relative pronouns

Omitting who, which and that

Subject and object questions

Future forms

Will and might

First conditional

Second conditional

Should / shouldn’t

Second conditional for advice

First vs. second conditional

Passive: present and past

Passive: questions

Past perfect

Past perfect: questions

Reported speech

-------------------------------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------- --------------------------------

Frequency expressions

Would vs used to

Be used to

Too / enough / too much / too many

Articles (definite, indefinite, zero)

Narrative tenses (past simple, continuous

and perfect)

Future in the past

Before / while / after + –ing

Past perfect continuous

Can, be able to, could, was/were able to,

managed to

Future obligation

Future perfect

Future continuous

Reported speech

Indirect questions

Zero, first, second, third and mixed

conditionals

Defining and non-defining relative

clauses

Cleft sentences

Present and past speculation and

deduction

Regrets and criticism (wish + past

perfect, should have, third conditional)

Passive voice (present, past, modals)

Present perfect and present continuous

passive

Causative forms

Comparatives and superlatives

As… as ...

Present, past and future tense review

-------------------------------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------- --------------------------------

Present tense review

Present perfect simple review

Future review

Future continuous

First conditional with different conjunctions

& modals

Second conditional

Wish about the present

Third conditional

Wish about the past

Past simple & continuous

Used to & would

Past perfect

Reported speech

Reporting orders, requests & advice

Reported questions

Present perfect continuous

Gerunds & infinitives

The passive

Active & passive

Have / get something done

Modals of speculation

Modal perfects of speculation

Multi-part verbs

Adverbs

Modal verb review

Gerunds & infinitives

Past simple, continuous & perfect

Contrasting structures

Past perfect continuous

Narrative tenses

Present perfect simple &

continuous

Relative clauses

Uses of will

Conjunctions in the future

Future continuous & future

perfect

Second & third conditionals

Expressing regret

Third conditional inversion

Uses of could

Uses of be able to

Modal perfects present, past,

future & modal passives

Advanced passive structures

Reported speech: time & location

expressions

Alternative reporting structures

Review:

- Narrative tenses

- Present perfect

- Conditionals

Review:

- Reported speech

- Passives | Modal perfects

Reporting verbs

Expressing purpose, reason

& result

Distancing

Cleft sentences

Get someone to do something

Conditionals

Have / get something done

Adding emphasis with inversion

Passives

Adjectives & adverbs: advanced

points

Multi-part verbs

Modal perfects

Predictions: expressing certainty &

uncertainty

Reported speech: advanced points

Gerunds & infinitives


Cubby house - Preschool

Fanny Riva Palacio & Stefania Villarreal

3

Levels

1/3

14

Cubby House is a new three-level preschool series that incorporates multiple

teaching methodologies to provide children with the best learning experience. The

series focuses on fostering cognitive skills and motor skills development.

With Cubby House students will:

• acquire the English language while developing their cognitive skills

• develop their fine and gross motor skills through activities such as running, dancing,

jumping, imitating animal movements, drawing, tracing lines and numbers, cutting

with scissors and more

• learn values for building a sense of community and well-being

• complete a project per unit that will allow them to be creative and reinforce their

fine motor skills

• be involved in age-appropriate activities to develop mathematical thinking, such as

recognizing numbers, counting, identifying more and less, etc.

• develop their reading skills through original and fun stories

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s Book

• Student’s CD

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Guide

in Spanish

• Class & Resource CD

• Story Cards

• Flashcards

For Students Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

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For Teachers Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

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Story Cards 7506009843745 7506009843752 7506009843769

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EFL

Student’s Book

The eight units in the Student’s Book include four lessons

with three classes each.

More about...

CUBBY HOUSE

15

96 Unit 7 Lesson 4

Each unit ends with

a page to review

the vocabulary and

language learnt.

In the Teacher’s Guide, teachers

will find instructions to build

a play house—similar to those

in the Values section—where

students can develop their

creativity and motor skills.

Review

Teachers will also find

suggestions to use the cubby

houses—children can keep their

toys or school materials inside

or get in to color and play.

By building their cubby houses,

students will enjoy themselves

while understanding and

visualizing the value in a more

memorable way!

CLIL lessons

explore an area

related to the topic

of the lesson.

Unit 1 Review 15

92

Unit 7 Lesson 2

There are beautiful

pop-outs in Level

1 and cut-outs in

Levels 2 and 3 to

complete some

activities in the

Student’s Book

pages.


Pebbles - Preschool

Marlina Bahena

3

Levels

1/3

16

Pebbles helps students reach their full potential in different developmental areas:

cognitive, emotional, linguistic, physical and social. Important and basic values, such as

good manners and respect for others, are also reinforced.

Pebbles provides core material as well as optional and integrated-learning activities.

With PEBBLES students will:

• practice vocabulary in interactive ways

with Pictionary Puzzles

• develop prewriting skills by working

with tracing materials

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s Book

• Resource Booklet

• Hands-on Activity Pad

• Student’s CD

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Guide

in Spanish

• Class CD

• Flashcards

For Students Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

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For Teachers Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

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Fun Activity Mat (Level 1,2 and 3) 9786070606649 9786070606656 9786070606663

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Gumdrops - Preschool

Rebecca Lee Williams

EFL

4

Levels

3/5

17

Gumdrops is an exciting, comprehensive, four-level preschool series that incorporates

the most recent methodology proven to be effective in teaching English to little ones.

It provides students with positive early childhood experiences in a wide range of

relevant contexts.

With gumdrops students will:

• acquire English, following the natural stages of language learning: Preproduction,

Early Production and Speech Emergence

• use vocabulary in meaningful and focused activities

• play extension-activity games on the interactive CD-ROM in Gumdrops 2 and

Gumdrops 3

• develop six crucial areas of learning—Personal, Social and Emotional Development;

Communication, Language and Literacy; Problem Solving, Reasoning and Numeracy;

Knowledge of the World; Artistic Development; and Physical Development

For Students Level N Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

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Teacher's Resource CD-ROM ------ 7506009836402 7506009836433 7506009836464

Classroom Language Cards (Level 1,2 and 3) ------ 9786070607455 9786070607455 9786070607455

Digital Book DVD (Level 1,2 and 3) ------ 7506009844179 7506009844179 7506009844179

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s Book

• Activity Pad

• Student’s Audio CD

(Level 1)

• Student’s Audio/Interactive

CD-ROM

(Levels 2 and 3)

• Student’s (Resource Pack)

––

Finger and Stick Puppets

––

Stickers

––

Mini-flashcards

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Guide

• Big Books

• Posters & Cutouts

• Teacher’s Resource

CD-ROM

• Class Audio

• Classroom Language Cards

• Digital Book


Tippy Toes - Preschool

Rebecca Williams

3

Levels

7+

18

We suggest...

Tippy Toes App

Tippy Toes is an exciting preschool series for very young children. It fosters Personal

and Social Development, Language and Literacy, Mathematics, Knowing About the

World and the Environment, Artistic Development and Health Development.

With TIPPY toES students will:

• assimilate grammar structures and vocabulary through

engaging activities

• read and listen to original and traditional stories that

develop cognitive, vocabulary and pronunciation skills

and model natural language

• do class projects to further explore different areas of

the curriculum

• learn basic letter–sound relationships through a

comprehensive phonics program

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s Book

• Stickers

• Activity Book

• Student’s CD

• Interactive CD

(Levels 2 and 3)

• Tippy Toes App

(Level 1)

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Guide

• Class CD

• Big Book

• Posters & Cutouts

• Digital Book

For Students Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

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Activity Book 9786070602641 9786070602658 9786070602665

For Teachers Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

Teacher’s Guide 9786070602672 9786070602689 9786070602696

Class CD 7506009807518 7506009807525 7506009807532

Big Book 9786070602702 9786070602719 9786070602726

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EFL

Student’s Book

Also included...

Trace and draw.

Trace and color.

19

98

Unit 6 Fun Toys Week 21 Lesson 83

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Lesson 90 Week 23 Fun Toys Unit 6

105

The pages of the

lessons present

the materials,

objectives,

structures and

vocabulary.

ALSO AVAILABLE...

Letters ans Sounds App

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and

Social Development

Personal and Social DevelopmentPersonal

Student’s Book Page

Extension Activity

Look and color.

Whispers

Give out Student’s Books opened to page 8.

Play Track 4, Boys and Girls Listen to Me! Teach

Distribute crayons.

students the chant.

T: Point to the boy.

Use it every time you want the students to work

Sr: (Students point to the boy.)

silently. Tell students that they must be very quiet for

T: He’s a boy. Show me another boy.

this activity.

Sr: (Students point to the other boy in the first row.) Put the boy cutout on one side of the board and

T: Color the boy.

the girl cutout on the other. Explain that when you

Follow the same procedure with the remaining

whisper a student’s name, he/she should stand up

two rows.

and walk to the corresponding cutout and answer a

Afterward, ask students to name the pictures they

question.

colored in each row.

T: (Miguel).

S: (Stands by boy cutout.)

01 TT1 TB1 U1.indd 18 Wrap-up

T: Are you a boy or a girl? 10/12/09 5:20:20 PM

Stand up and Sit down

S: I’m a boy. (Whispers.)

Give students commands for standing up and sitting Repeat with other students.

down.

T: Boys, stand up. Boys, sit down. Girls, stand up.

Activity Book Page 3

Girls, sit down.

Getting Started

Song: Hello, What’s Your Name?

Ask a girl to come to the front.

Play Track 1, Hello, What’s Your Name?

Lead the class in singing to her.

Repeat with a boy.

Presentation

Concept: Same

8 Unit 1 My Display School Poster 1. Week 1 Lesson 3

Ask three students to come up and distribute the

following cutouts: teacher, boy and girl.

Point to each one and have students identify it. Then

have the student holding the teacher cutout step

forward.

T: She’s a teacher. Show me another teacher.

Have the students point to the teacher on the poster.

Point to both and say:

T: Teacher, teacher. They’re the same.

Repeat with boy and girl cutouts.

Next, have a selection of boys and girls come to the

front. Point to a boy.

T: Is he a boy or a girl?

Ss: Boy.

Have students identify the gender of each student in

the line, then point to the first boy again.

T: He’s a boy. Show me another boy.

Have a volunteer come up and point to the other boy.

T: He’s a boy and he’s a boy. They’re the same.

Follow the same procedure with girls.

Objectives Vocabulary Grammar Materials

Identifying oneself as a boy

Point to the boy. Show me

or girl.

Boy, girl, teacher, same, another boy. Are you a boy or Crayons, Poster and Cutouts

Identifying objecs that are stand up, sit down.

a girl? I’m a boy. He’s a boy. Unit 1, Class CD.

the same.

She’s a girl.

Lesson 3 Week 1 My School Unit 1 TG8

Each lesson is

divided into four

sections.

My First Letters and

Sounds is a three-part

component that allows

children to develop phonemic

awareness while reinforcing

the vocabulary presented in

each unit. Each activity page

contains clear and simple

instructions. Games and

activities are suggested to

introduce and practice each

sound.

Phonics are an important

feature in learning to read.

My First Letters and

Sounds series introduces

children to the most common

sounds and provides a

foundation to literacy.

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Crickets - Preschool

Annette Flavel, Francisco Loyda, Isabel Moreno and Fanny Riva Palacio.

4

Levels

10+

20

We suggest...

Crickets App

Crickets is a four-level preschool series that integrates all the domains of early

learning. The learning cycle is based on the 5 E’s methodology (Engage, Explore,

Explain, Elaborate, Evaluate). This instructional model relies on the constructivist

approach to learning.

With CRICKETS students will:

• build on previous knowledge

through a constructivist approach

• develop cognitive and early literacy skills

• work with age-appropriate CLIL lessons

• use ICT (Information and Communication Technology) through interactive activities

and videos

• begin exploring stories through a complete cycle of reading activities

For Students Level N Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

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Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s Book

• Practice Book

• Student’s CD

• Cricket Tales

• Crickets App

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Guide

• Teacher’s Resource CD

• Class CD

• Story Cards

• Flashcards

• Classroom Language

Flashcards

• Cricket Tales

• Digital Book

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EFL

· Student’s Book

Crickets Student’s Book contains full-colored pages with illustrations and

photographs that represent concepts vividly and clearly.

Listen, point and repeat.

Unit 1

Across

Subjects - Math

More about...

THE CRICKETS

METHODOLOGY

The 5 Es instructional model

relies on the constructivist

approach to learning, which

proposes that students build

their own understanding

and knowledge of the

world, through experiencing

things and reflecting on

those experiences by asking

questions, exploring and

assessing what they know.

The model enables preschool

children to develop cognitive,

language and metacognitive

skills and represents five stages

of a sequence for teaching and

learning:

21

fiftee

Engage:

U1SB1Crickets.indd 15

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Unit 1

Across

Subjects - Math

fifteen

15

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CLIL lessons

explore an area

related to the topic

of the lesson.

This phase starts the process.

Its purpose is to raise students’

interest and get them

personally involved in the

lesson and allows them to make

connections between past and

present learning experiences.

Explore:

Students actively explore

concepts or manipulate

materials.

Explain:

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one hundred thirty-nine

139

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The Student’s Book

includes the Miniflashcards

section,

a mini reproduction

of the flashcards

that students

can also use as a

picture dictionary.

Students explain the concepts

they have been exploring or

demonstrate new skills and

behaviors.

Elaborate:

Its purpose is to extend

students’ conceptual

understanding and allow them

to practice skills and behaviors

through new experiences.

Evaluate:

This stage encourages learners

to assess their understanding

and abilities.


Abracadabra - Primary

Lenore Cohen and Sarah Fash

6

Levels

1/3

22

A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Abracadabra is a six-level primary series that fosters English language learning

through a variety of attractive and colorful resources, like posters, flashcards, comic

strips, songs, games and optical illusions.

The activities in Abracadabra are designed to encourage the constant recycling

of vocabulary and language structures so students can discover how language

works and begin using it gradually and successfully. Abracadabra also promotes the

development of the four skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing.

With Abracadabra students will:

• use their critical thinking skills when working with appealing optical illusions

• acquire vocabulary and language structures gradually and successfully

• practice pronunciation using the recorded Pictionary words as a model

• learn everyday expressions through the Functional Language section

• read and listen to comic strips

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s Book

• Student’s CD

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Guide

in Spanish

• Flashcards

• Teacher’s Resource CD with

Audio

• Digital Book

For Students Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6

Pack Abracadabra (SB + CD) 7506009840263 7506009840270 7506009840287 7506009840294 7506009840300 7506009840317

For Teachers Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6

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Digital Book CD 9786070612985 9786070613005 9786070613029 9786070612749 9786070612961 9786070612954

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Beep - Primary

Brendan Dunne and Robin Newton

6

Levels

EFL

3/4

23

A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Beep is a six-level course for elementary education. It is based on the guiding principle

that all contexts and situations in which English is presented should be meaningful

and relevant and draw upon the students’ own worlds.

The wide variety of materials allows teachers flexible pacing covering 3 to 4 hours of

class a week.

With Beep students will:

• explore a curriculum area through CLIL lessons

• learn phonics through comic strips and tongue twisters

• develop reading and writing skills through the Literacy lessons

• make crafts to consolidate the concepts taught

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s Book &

Activity Book combo

• Student’s Audio CD

• Playing Cards & Stickers

(Levels 1 and 2)

• Playing Cards

(Levels 3 and 4)

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Book

• Posters

• Flashcards

• Class Audio &

Resource CD

• Digital Book

For Students Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6

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Kids’ Web - Primary

Paul Seligson

5

Levels

1/2

24

Kids´ web is a fascinating five-level collection that connects students in the early

grades of elementary school to the world of English speakers! This series establishes

a strong link between English language learning and technology providing several

opportunities to work with educational and cultural content. Connect your students

to the digital world through the website and CD-ROM!

Key Features:

• CD-ROM with challenging activities, 3D games and karaoke

• Fully interactive website with activities in 3D presented by the mascot Webby

• Augmented reality on the site www.kidswebgang.com.ar

• Varied illustrations that expose students to different types of representations that

refer to websites and TV programs

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s book with

integrated workbook

• CR ROM

• Website

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Guide

• Class CD • Digital Book

• Resource CD ROM

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Wonder - Primary

Susan House & Katharine Scott

6

Levels

EFL

3/4

25

A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Wonder is a new six-level course for primary education. Wonder in its verb form is to

feel curiosity and be excited by something new. The noun transmits something that

causes such a feeling. The methodology behind the Richmond Wonders series lives up

to this definition and will provide a pleasant learning experience for both the children

and the teacher.

Each unit of work is a web of different strands of learning objectives leading off

from a central focus. The unit web strands interleave and interleave again with

the subsequent levels to create a solid language fabric. The wide variety of digital

resources allow teachers and students move from a traditional to a 21st Century

classroom.

Key Features:

• Integrated Learning Web Approach

• Story-based learning

• CLIL and Culture lessons

• Research skills development

• i-book for teachers

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s Book

• Pop-outs

• Stickers

• Activity Book + Audio CD

• Student’s i-book

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Book

• Teacher’s Resource Book

• Teacher’s Audio Material

• Posters

• Flashcards and Word cards

• Story cards

• Teacher’s i-book for IWB


Cool Kids Second Edition - Primary

Gabriela Zapiain, Silvia Zapiain, Joep van der Werff,

Andrew Starling, Jeanette Greenwell and Ana Foncerrada

6

Levels

3/5

26

A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

COOL kids SECOND EDITION is a six level series for primary school children. It caters

to different learning styles and encourages students’ participation, giving them

opportunities to use the language in meaningful ways. It also fosters learner

autonomy.

With COOL kids SECond Edition students will:

• learn and reinforce vocabulary using the Cool Pictionary.

• use everyday expressions included in the Cool Language section.

• develop creative skills and consolidate learning through Cool Crafts.

• develop reading skills through comics and non-fiction texts included in Cool

Reading.

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s Book

• Workbook

• Student’s CD

• Cool Reading

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Guide

(printed and digital)

• Guía del Maestro

(printed and digital)

• Teacher’s Resource CD

(with audio, crafts

instructions, extra activities,

tests and word lists)

• Flashcards

• Cool Reading

For Students Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6

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EFL

Student’s Book

More about...

1 Write as many parts of the body as you can and check with a friend.

6

2 Read and correct the statements.

Your body is more amazing than any machine or computer. It is made up of many

parts that work together every minute of every day and night. All systems work

together to help your body work efficiently and stay healthy and strong.

COOL KIDS

SECOND EDITION

In the circulatory system, the

heart pumps blood to the

body. The blood carries the

oxygen and nutrients that

the body needs to stay alive.

Arteries take the blood from

the heart, and veins carry it

back. Your heart beats more

than 100,000

times a day.

This system allows us to

breathe. Air comes into the

body through the nose and

mouth. It travels through the

trachea to the bronchi, and

finally arrives in

the lungs. Then

blood carries

oxygen to the

body.

The digestive system moves We can think, feel, move, hear,

food through the esophagus, and see thanks to the nervous

stomach, and intestines. They system. It includes the brain,

break food down into tiny spinal cord, and nerves. The

particles called nutrients. brain has three major parts that

Nutrients use blood to 1 travel Discuss what

control

to

thinking,

include

speech,

in a Teens’

vision,

Activity Kit with a friend.

to all parts of the body. and physical coordination, and

The digestive system In an the respiratory, emergency, circulatory, your and daily

changes the food

digestive systems. The

into waste and routine brain sends can signals change. to It’s a

eliminates it.

good the idea rest of the to body have a Teens’

using the spinal cord.

Activity Kit: a backpack

with things to do and

share with others.

The skeletal system is made Muscles are elastic fibers

up of 206 bones. Some that help your body to move.

bones protect organs; for There are 650 muscles in

example, the ribs cover the your body. When we walk,

lungs and the skull protects we use about 200

the brain.

muscles.

Cool rEAding

27

1. We can’t breathe through our mouths.

2. We don’t get nutrients from food.

3. The veins keep blood in the heart.

4. Some bones hurt organs.

5. We use 650 muscles to walk.

6. The brain has four major parts.

3 Tell your friend three things that you have learned.

10 Unit 1

2 Make an Informative Poster with some friends.

You need 2. Research and write about it.

• books about natural Mention its characteristics

disasters

and effects. Suggest how to

• construction paper

be prepared for an emergency.

• glitter

3. Illustrate and decorate your

Instructions work.

1. Choose a natural disaster 4. Display and present your

with your friends.

project.

48 Unit 4

Cool rEAding

If I sell

There is a boy in Sih Chuan

everything, we’ll

who sells fresh grass.

buy rice for today

and tomorrow.

One year later, there’s a

drought in his village...

Next day...

It can’t be!

Cool Kids

SecoND EDITIon

incorporates

new colorful

photographs and

illustrations that

appeal to students’

visual intelligence

and make their

learning experience

more memorable.

Throughout their school life,

students need to develop

good reading habits and

reading comprehension skills

to approach both informational

and narrative texts.

Cool Reading places emphasis

on both comics and non-fiction

texts, and, by doing so, fosters

primary school children’s

creativity and research skills

across content areas. This

will help them become better

readers of the literary and

expository materials they

will find in higher educational

levels.

Microsite with GAMEs

Oh no!

2 The Magic Pearl

So he has to look for the

grass somewhere else.

Look

what I found,

Mom!

Mom, I found it

when I was looking

for grass…

Wow, a pearl!

Mom will be

very happy.

My son,

we can get in

trouble.

Let’s keep it here.

There’s little rice

to keep it intact.

The Magic Pearl

3

Cool Kids Second

Edition features

Cool Reading, an

enjoyable reading

tool comprised by

comics and nonfiction

texts that

will help students

consolidate their

knowledge and

expand their

vocabulary.

The stories are

accompanied by

activities that build

students’ critical

thinking skills.

tHE Cool Kids sECond

Edition microsite includes fun

games to review grammar and

vocabulary.

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Skyrocket - Primary

Sarah Fash, Andrew Starling,

Lindsay Ruggles and Sarah Conway

6

Levels

5/7.5

28

A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Skyrocket is a six-level series for elementary school learners. Each unit is contentbased,

to encourage children to focus on the topic more than on the structures and

vocabulary presented. Although the series has a very solid and structured grammar

syllabus, Skyrocket also offers a literature section (Skyrocket to Literature) every

three units that allows students to experience reading for pleasure. Skyrocket offers

a wide variety of fun activities, such as games, songs, puzzles and more, in order to

cater to different types of intelligences and learning styles.

Skyrocket offers a range of components to cater to every teacher’s needs and to

develop different interests, abilities and skills. Among these are Value Activities,

Communicative Grammar Games, Holidays, Multiple Intelligence Activities and more.

With Skyrocket students will:

• become autonomous learners

• develop receptive and productive skills

• advance critical thinking and life skills

• enjoy reading stories included in Skyrocket through Literature section

For Students Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6

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Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s Book

• Practice Book

• Student’s CD

• Richmond Spiral Platform

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Guide

• Class Audio CD

• Teacher’s Resource CD

• Digital Book

• Richmond Spiral Platform

Optional

Components

• Skyrocket Your Grammar

Student’s Book

• Skyrocket Your Grammar

Teacher’s Guide

• Skyrocket Your Grammar Class

Audio

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EFL

Student’s Book

Unit

Reading Fables

More about...

SKYROCKET

your grammar

1 Read and label the characters.

92

a hunter a woodcutter a hare a tortoise an ant a dove a water fairy

A fable is a short story that teaches a lesson. It has different characters: people or creatures.

Here are some typical fable characters.

The man on the right is a woodcutter. He is cutting down a tree with his ax. The man to

his left is a hunter. He has a gun. In front of the hunter is an animal with big ears and long

legs. It is a hare. It is running away from the hunter. The animal at the bottom of the picture

2 Read and number the pictures.

is an ant. It is carrying a leaf. In the sky is a dove. It has a small branch in its mouth. The

animal on the rock is a tortoise. It looks very tired. There is also a water fairy. She 1 is sitting

next to the river. She is watching the sh.

One day, a grasshopper was happily dancing, singing and playing his violin. He saw an ant

passing by. The ant was carrying a big piece of corn to store for the winter.

“Hey, don’t work so hard,” said the grasshopper. “Why don’t you come and sing with me? Let’s

have fun together.”

“It’s nearly winter,” said the ant. “I’m collecting food, and I think it’s a good idea for you

to do the same.”

Answer the questions.

1. Who is flying? 5. Who is resting on the rock?

2. Who is working in the forest? 6. Who is sitting by the river?

3. Who is carrying a leaf? 7. Who is looking for animals?

4. Who is running away?

2

One day a crow was sitting in a tree. She had a big piece of cheese in her mouth. A hungry

fox saw the crow and wanted the cheese for himself. The fox thought of a great plan.

“Hello, wonderful crow,” he said. “You look beautiful today. You really are the queen of

the birds!”

3

A lion and a bear captured a baby goat at the same time, and they began to fight for it.

After some time, they became very tired, and they went to sleep. Nearby, a fox was

watching them.

“Perfect!” he said. “Now is my opportunity!” And the fox started to move toward

the lion and the bear.

Skyrocket Your Grammar

is a six-level grammar book

that follows the syllabus of

the primary school series

Skyrocket. Each unit offers

short grammar explanations

of the main grammar points

in a direct and open way. It

includes entertaining activities

for students to practice in

class or at home. At the end of

each unit, there is a two-page

reading lesson where students

can consolidate all the language

points studied in the lesson.

29

Unit 9 SKLsb3.indd 92

Nine units of 10 pages each, a

review and a literature section

every three units, dictionary and

stickers.

12/10/12 6:06 PM

Point to and name the characters.

the grasshopper the ant the crow the fox the lion the bear

Discuss.

How do you think these fables end?

Unit 9 Reading Fables 93

Skyrocket Your Grammar

also offers review lessons and

grammar songs!

Unit 9 SKLsb3.indd 93

1/4/13 5:22 PM

PRACTICE Book

Unit

Reading Fables

1 Read and complete the words.

1. A h n e kills animals.

2. A w od u er uses an ax to cut wood.

4 Find and circle six fable characters.

3. A t r oi e is a reptile with a big shell on its back.

4. A w t r f ry is an imaginary story character. She lives near water.

Look and number the fable characters.

M B E A R P L W L O I

B G T N U S K O J S L

H S F T B A J D K P M

F C X O R I F F R T C

G R A S S H O P P E R

O R K S L D X O P R O

E A H U T N D V S A W

T F G H V L I O N F B

2 Look and stick the missing parts in the pictures.

1 2 3

5 Read and match with the characters.

1 “You look beautiful today.

You are the queen of the birds!”

4

“It’s true! I’m

so beautiful!”

Fill in the blanks.

2

“Don’t work so hard.

Come and sing with me.”

5

“I’m collecting food

for the winter.”

1. The is carrying a leaf.

2. The is running away from the hunter.

3. The has a branch in its beak.

3 “This goat is mine.

3 Classify the fable characters.

People Animals

I’m the king!”

Imaginary Characters

6 Look and draw the missing scene.

6

“I’m big and strong,

so this goat is mine!”

1

2

3

92

SKLU9PB3.indd 92

12/10/12 1:52 PM

Consolidates

and reinforces

grammar and

vocabulary.

SKLU9PB3.indd 93

Unit 9 Reading Fables 93

12/10/12 1:52 PM


Thumbs Up! Second Edition - Primary

Sarah Fash, Suzanne Harris, Martyn Hobbs and Julia Keddle

6

Levels

7/10

30

A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

thumbs up! SECOND EDITION is a six-level primary series that motivates children to

learn English while developing other areas of knowledge. It fosters students’ critical

thinking skills, creativity and natural curiosity through comics, videos, cross-curricular

themes, games, poems and songs.

With thumbs up! SECOND EDITION students will:

• discover grammar rules at their own pace over several presentations

• focus on meaning rather than on form, as in first language acquisition

• have a structure reading skills program with original stories, a comprehensive

phonics, pronunciation and spelling program, and a six-level writing program

• reinforce values by means of a series of comics accompanied with fun activities

• develop their listening skills and broaden their knowledge of the world through a

series of videos and fun activities

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s Book

• Practice Book

• Student’s Resource Book

• Practice Tests Booklet

• Student’s CD

• Richmond Spiral Platform

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Guide (Units 1-4)

• Teacher’s Guide (Units 5-8)

• Posters and Poster Cutouts

• Student’s Resource Book

• Practice Tests Booklet

• Teacher’s Resource CDs

––

Class CDs

––

Videos

––

Resources: flashcards,

word cards, templates,

For Students Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6

grammar worksheets,

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EFL

High

4

Student’s Book

Eight topic-based units offer a balance of work in the four skill areas:

reading, listening, speaking and writing.

Adventure

nit

1

2

5

Vocabulary

1 Listen and label the pictures. 1

1

grassland lighthouse driveway TV crew

herd backyard hyena dawn

3

6

2 Think of answers to the following questions.

4

7

1. What animals are you likely to see in each of the two places? her cat, Pizza. She read books or sent texts to her

2. What activities can you do there?

friends or just watched the world below. Sometimes

her best friend, Scarlett, and Scarlett’s twin brother,

3. Which of the activities do you consider “high adventure”?

Noah, came, and they played and invented stories

4. Which place is more fun to go to? Why?

and listened to music. It seemed that nothing was

ever going to change, until...

3 Share your answers with other students.

“I’m sorry, Bella, but I have some bad news,” her

dad said one morning.

“What is it?” asked Isabella.

8

Reading

It was a long hot summer. Nobody knew

if it was the effect of global warming or just a heat

wave. But the heat was like a heavy blanket. The

air was as thick as soup. It had been hot for so

long that people were talking about it. It was too

hot inside the house; it was too hot outside. It was

too hot to work by day; it was too hot to sleep at

night. It was even too hot to play.

For Isabella it was different. Every day she took

her things and walked down the garden to the

old tree—her tree. She climbed up the rope ladder,

up through the leaves and the tangled branches,

to her tree house. She loved it there. It was like

floating on a boat in the sky. Her floating world.

All day long Isabella stayed there alone or with

New pages that

introduce the

vocabulary of each unit!

Episode 1

“You know there’s nowhere to park around here. And

I have to park my taxi somewhere...” He paused, then

continued, “We need a garage at the end of the garden.”

Isabella looked at her mom (who looked at her cereal

bowl), looked at younger brother Tyler (who gave her a

horrible smile), and then looked again at her dad.

“My tree is at the end of the garden,” said Isabella.

“That tree is old, Bella. It’s dead on the inside...”

“It’s the oldest tree in the neighborhood. It’s so

beautiful.”

“I know it is, but it’s getting dangerous. I’m sorry,

but it has to come down.”

Isabella’s face turned as red as a chili pepper. It was

like an oven in the kitchen. Isabella could get angry

very quickly—but this time she got angry as fast as

lightning! She didn’t say a word. She just picked up

Pizza, walked to the end of the garden, climbed up

the ladder and pulled it up behind her.

More about...

THUMBS UP!

SECOND EDITION

The Student’s rEsource

Book will allow students

to reflect on values through

different situations in the

Thumbs Up! Gang comic strips.

It also includes a series of

videos related to the content of

each unit.

31

Attractive

texts that

help students

develop their

reading skills!

1 Read and complete. Then find two more similes. 41

1. The heat was like .

2. The air was as as .

3. Isabella’s face turned as as .

4. It was like in the kitchen.

• Invent more similes for the story.

1. The tree was as as .

2. The tree house was like .

3. Isabella was as as .

58 Go to PB p. 55

Listening and Speaking

ComiC

1 Complete the mind maps with words from the box. 4

puppy gosling feathers fly beak paw hair bark nest teeth

Geese

Dogs

Writing

Activities to help

students develop

listening and

speaking skills!

1 Read the text. Then choose and write the headline.

The new Practice tEsts

Booklet will help students

get familiarized with the format

of Cambridge exams. The

content of the tests is based on

the syllabus of Thumbs Up!

sECond Edition.

2 Listen to the conversation and choose

the best title for each picture. 43

a) A Lucky Escape

b) An Intrepid Mum

Yesterday New York City police arrested their main suspect in a $10 million bank robbery.

His name is Harry, and he’s a nine-year-old parrot!

3 Listen again and find the following

information.

A

B

C

A highway number: _______

The name of baby geese: _________

A geographical area with water: ___________________

The name of a disaster: ________________

D

E

F

4 Make up a story using the pictures.

• Choose another headline and write a lead paragraph.

A lead paragraph should get your readers’ attention and make them want to read more.

It should only include basic information about your story.

• Make notes to write a short article.

Remember!

1. Who:

60

Go to PB pp. 57 & 58

Almost all interesting news

stories answer these six

questions. So think about them

before you write your story:

Who was involved?

What happened?

When did it happen?

Where did it happen?

Why did it happen?

How did the story end?

2. What:

3. When:

4. Where:

5. Why:

6. How:

Writing activities that

take students step by

step to create different

pieces of writing!

• Write a short article in your notebook.

Write three paragraphs.

Paragraph 1: your lead paragraph that gets your readers’ attention

Paragraph 2: the main events in your story

Paragraph 3: the conclusion of your story—what happens in the end

Use the following expressions to organize your story:

First... To begin with... Next... Another... Finally... In the end...

Go to PB p. 59

61


Stopwatch - Secondary

Simon Brewster, Viviane Kirmeliene and Alastair Lane

6

Levels

3/5

32

Split

Edition also

available

A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Stopwatch is a motivating, visually engaging six-level series for teenagers. It offers a

choice of entry-point level (Starter, Beginner or Beginner Plus) and develops skills through

B1 of the Common European Framework (CEFR). Each level of Stopwatch covers 90-120

hours of classroom instruction and more than 20 hours of supplementary materials in the

Teacher’s Toolkit.

With stopwatch students will...

• reinforce visual literacy skills through icons and impactful photos

• use critical thinking skills to answer relevant, thought-provoking questions

• become aware of the wide range of cultural differences in our global community

• be motivated by timed activities and challenges

• learn vocabulary and grammar in realistic, meaningful contexts

• engage with authentic, down-to-earth topics

• access practice opportunities in a variety of formats

• enjoy hands-on projects in print and/or digital form

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s Book with

integrated Workbook and

Audio CD

• App

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Guide

• Teacher’s Toolkit (CD):

––

Class audio

––

Tests and Tests audio

––

Reading worksheets

––

Grammar worksheets

––

Vocabulary worksheets

• Digital Book

• App

For Students Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6

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Student’s Book

Grammar

1 Look, read and complete the sentences.

Pages that

introduce the

grammar point of

each unit.

More about...

Stopwatch

APP

16

4 Underline the possessive adjectives and complete the chart.

Possessive

Adjectives

1 2 3

I

you your

he

she

it its

we our

are my

is my cat. are my cousins. they

grandparents.

1. My brother’s name is Owen.

He loves his baseball cap!

2. I have two sisters. Their names

are Sara and Maggie.

3. My aunt’s name is Veronica.

Jason and Chris are her sons.

17

33

4 5

5 Read and complete using is or are.

2

3

is my aunt. is my house.

8 Listen and repeat the words.

9 Listen and memorize the rhyme.

This, that, these and those,

This is the way the T-H goes.

If you see your tongue pop out,

Then you have it all worked out!

T-H

this

singular +

nearby

Demonstratives

these

plural +

nearby

that those

singular + far plural + far

5

min

1. This the Stickman family.

2. Sara and Maggie sisters.

3. Jason and Chris brothers.

4. Aunt Veronica their mother.

6 Think Fast! Look and write the sentences.

1.

2. / names / Paul and Shirley

3.

4. / name / Bill

StopwatCH App goes

together with the series

StopwatCH. The Stopwatch

App keeps time for game-based

challenges in the book. The

chronometer has four default

times to select from, but you

can personalize the countdown

to fit it to your requirements.

18

Reading & Writing

1 Look at the pictures. What do you know about elephant families?

Elephant Families

ow much do you know about elephant

Hfamilies? African elephants live in groups

called herds. A herd has elephant mothers,

grandmothers, sisters, daughters, sons and

cousins. Herds have around 12 members. The

leader of the herd is an old female elephant,

the grandmother of the family. Elephant

moms and aunts take care of the calves.

Older sisters help, too. Sons leave the herd

when they grow up, but daughters stay with

the herd.

Be Strategic!

Before you read, look

at the title and the

pictures. Think about

what you know.

Be Strategic!

Before you read, look

at the title and the

pictures. Think about

what you know.

Attractive texts

that help students

develop their

reading skills!

3 Look and complete the sentences.

Region:

Elephants live in Africa

and Asia. Asian elephants

have smaller ears!

Habitat:

They live in forests

and grasslands.

Feel free to customize the color

of the background, stopwatch

and text. You can also select

from eight alarm sounds.

There are six games to practice

the main vocabulary of each

level. Check your time record in

the chart and improve it every

time you play.

19

Diet:

Elephants eat

many types

of plants.

Longevity:

Elephants

live 70 years

in the wild.

Practice the pronunciation of

the main vocabulary words

in the Stopwatch Recording

Studio.

2 Read and circle T (True) or F (False).

1. A group of elephants is a herd. T F

2. Cousins are not in the herd. T F

3. The grandfather is the leader. T F

4. Elephants help each other. T F

5. Adult males are not in the herd. T F

G lossary

female: girl or woman

take care of: to give

food to and protect

calves: (sing. calf)

baby cows, elephants

or whales

grow up: to become

an adult

Size:

Baby elephants

weigh 100 kg.

Adults weigh 4

to 7 tons!

Fun Fact:

Elephants purr

like cats do.

female: girl or woman

take care of: to give

food to and protect

calves: (sing. calf)

baby cows, elephants

or whales

grow up: to become

an adult

1. Elephants live in .

2. They eat .

3. They live years.

4. Adult elephants weigh .

4 Choose one elephant fact and draw a mini poster.

Stop and Think! Is it OK to have circus elephants?


Next Step - Secondary

Carol Lethaby & Simon Brewster

4

Levels

3/5

34

LOCAL

EDITION ALSO

AVAILABLE

A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Next StEP is a four-level course that takes students from elementary to intermediate

level. It follows a comprehensive grammar syllabus and offers plenty of opportunity

for students to practice and personalize what they have learned. It features class

projects and, a magazine and encourages the use of new technology and media in

English.

With next step students will:

• have multiple opportunities to use new technology and media in English

• improve their pronunciation and speaking skills

• practice and personalize what they have learned

• participate in age-appropriate projects

• become aware of grammar and language features

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s Book

• Practice Book

• CD-ROM

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Book

• Class CDs & Tests

• Tests (can be downloaded

and adapted)

• Posters

• Digital Book

For Students Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4

Pack Next Step (SB+CD-ROM) 7506009831179 7506009831186 7506009831193 7506009831353

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English in Motion - Secondary

Robert Campbell, Gill Holley and Robert Metcalf

4

Levels

EFL

3/5

35

A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

English In motion is a dynamic four-level course that thoroughly integrates practice of

the four skills with work on vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation.

• Language is presented through relevant, up-to-date topics.

• Practice begins with meaningful controlled exercises before developing into freer,

personalized activities.

• Songs are used to motivate students, and a DVD links with the course themes,

giving students the chance to see real teenagers talk about their lives.

With enGLish in motion students will:

• develop their reading, listening, speaking and writing skills

• work on vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation

• learn English through relevant up-to-date topics

• listen to songs related to course themes

• participate in personalized activities to talk about their lives

For Students Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4

English In motion Students Book 9788466810029 9788466814928 9788466815123 9788466815147

Pack English In motion (Wb+M-ROM) 7506009834149 7506009834156 7506009834163 7506009834170

For Teachers Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4

English In motion Teacher’s Book 9788466808538 9788466813594 9788466813884 9788466814072

English In motion Class CD 8431300228733 8431300228740 8431300228757 8431300228771

Pack English In motion (Test Book + CD Audio) 7506009838833 7506009838840 7506009838857 7506009838864

English In motion Test Pack+CD 7506009838833 7506009838840 7506009838857 7506009838864

English In motion DVD 8431300228788 8431300228801 8431300228818 8431300228825

English In motion Digital CD-ROM 8431300230415 8431300230422 8431300230439 8431300230446

English In motion All-In-One Resource Book 9788466812856 9788466813624 9788466814041 9788466814102

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s Book

• Workbook

• Student’s Multi-ROM

• My Portfolio downloadable

online

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Book

• Class CDs

• Teacher’s all-in-one Book

• Tests Book

• Test CD

• DVD

• Digital Book

• Website


Fast Track - Secondary

Robert Campbell - Gill Holley - Rob Metcalf

4

Levels

4/6

36

A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Richmond Fast Track is a dynamic four-level Secondary course which thoroughly

integrates practice of the four skills with work on vocabulary, grammar and

pronunciation.

Language is presented through interesting topics for teenagers. This is followed by

practice which begins with meaningful controlled exercises and gradually develops

into freer personalized activities.

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student´s Book

• Workbook

• Richmond Secondary

Website

For Teachers

• Teacher´s Book

• Teacher´s Resource Book

• Teacher´s Audio Material

• Richmond Fast Track DVD

• Teacher´s i-book

For Students Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4

Fast Track Student’s Book 9788466820561 9788466820578 9788466820622 9788466820639

Fast Track Workbook 9788466820608 9788466820615 7506009834163 7506009834170

For Teachers Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4

Fast Track Teacher´s Book 9788466815420 9788466810142 9788466814867 9788466814904

Fast Track Teacher´s Resource Book 9788466820134 9788466814874 9788466814911 9788466815222

Fast Track Teacher´s Audio Material 8431300245006 8431300245013 8431300245020 8431300245037

Richmond Fast Track DVD 8431300160743 8431300160767 8431300160781

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EFL

37

Student’s Book

• Welcome unit + 9 main units

• Unit and term reviews

• Self-check per unit

• Grammar reference

• Word list

• Speaking section

• Irregular verbs list

• Phonetic chart


Awesome New Edition - Secondary

Carol Lethaby & Simon Brewster

4

Levels

5+

38

Split

Edition also

available

A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

AwesoME nEw Edition is a four-level course in general English for the 21st Century

that takes students from an elementary level to an upper-intermediate level. By the

end of the course, students will have reached the Vantage (B2 or Cambridge First)

level of the Common European Framework for Languages. The lessons take the

best from Communicative Language Teaching and feature elements of the Lexical

Approach, Task and Content Based Learning and Integrated Skills teaching methods.

With AwesoME nEw Edition students will:

• learn grammar, vocabulary and functions

• develop reading and listening skills through contextualized texts

• communicate in varied situations

• develop IT literacy

• use online resources to create presentations, videos, slideshows,

blogs and web pages

• participate in autonomous learning activities

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s Book

• Practice Book

• Reference Guide

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Book

• Resource Book

• Class CDs

• Digital Book

• Richmond Spiral Platform

For Students Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4

Awesome NE Student’s Book 9786070609701 9786070609831 9786070609855 9786070609848

Pack Awesome NE (PB+RG) 7506009840829 7506009841086 7506009841154 7506009841161

For Teachers Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4

Awesome NE Teacher’s Book 9786070609909 9786070609916 9786070609923 9786070609930

Awesome NE Resource Book 9786070609985 9786070609992 9786070610004 9786070610011

Awesome NE Teacher’s CD Pack (Class+Interactive) 7506009841178 7506009841185 7506009841192 7506009841208

Awesome NE Poster 7506009840782 7506009840799 7506009840805 7506009840812

Awesome NE Digital Book DVD 9786070613067 9786070613098 9786070613128 9786070613111

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Achievers - Secondary

Carolyn Barraclough, Leanne Gray, Martyn Hobbs,

Julia Keddle, Jane Revell and Ken Wilson

6

Levels

EFL

5/10

39

A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Achievers is a brand-new six-level course for teenagers which combines interesting,

age-appropriate topics with challenging input, practice and support, so that every

student will achieve his or her best.

Achievers offers a choice of entry point (Post-Beginner or Elementary) and covers

CEFR levels A1+ to C1 over six levels.

With Achievers students will:

• learn contemporary, colloquial English

• improve their vocabulary through lexical sets and vocabulary-building sections

• focus on Cambridge and TOEFL exams through an exam training section

• partake in an ambitious project-like speaking task to develop their speaking skills

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s Book

• Workbook

• Audio CD

• Richmond Spiral Platform

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Book

• Teacher’s Resource Book

• Teacher’s Digital Book

• Teacher’s Audio Material Pack

• Richmond Spiral Platform

For Students Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6

Achievers Student’s Book 9788466829434 9788466829069 9788466829229 9788466829137 9788466829656 9788466829335

Pack Achievers (WB+AUDIO CD) 7506009843455 7506009843462 7506009843479 7506009843486 7506009843493 7506009844315

For Teachers Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4

Pack Achievers (TG+TRB+AUDIO MATERIAL) 7506009843646 7506009843615 7506009843622 7506009843639 7506009843653 7506009844483

Teacher’s l-Book 9788466829571 9788466829380 9788466829106 9788466829557 9788466829915 TBA


Target B1 and Target B2 - Secondary

Michael Downie, David Gray, Juan Manuel Jiménez

5+

40

Key Features

• Target B1 and Target B2 take students to the B1 and B2 CEF levels respectively

through the use of interesting topics and extensive practice

• Target B1 and Target B2 extend students’ knowledge of vocabulary and

grammar, as well as developing language skills in a clear and systematic way

• The Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM includes three full mock exams to help

students prepare for international English language tests

• Links new information to students’ prior knowledge to facilitate the

integration of knowledge

• Develops understanding in other curricular areas, such as art and social studies

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s Book

• Workbook

• Student’s CD-ROM

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Book

• Class Audio CD

• Resource CD-ROM

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Target KET for Schools - Secondary

EFL

Sue Ireland and Joanna Kosta

A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Target KET for sCHools is a course to prepare students for the

Cambridge English Key (KET) exam. It provides essential exam

practice and training, as well as tips and strategies, plus focused

practice of the key language needed for the exam. With 40-50

hours of core material in the Student’s Book, Target KET for

Schools offers a quick, effective route to exam success. Through its

interactive CD-ROM, Target KET for sCHools offers two options:

Exam Trainer and Practice Exam which will give students practice of

a computer-based exam.

KET

Practice TestS

also AVAILABLE!

41

Components & Resources:

For Students:

• Student’s Book

• Workbook

• CD-ROM

For Teachers:

• Teacher’s Book

• Class Audio CD

For Students

Target KET for Schools Student Pack (SB+CD-ROM) 7506009832596

Target KET for Schools Student’s Book 9788466806817

Target KET for Schools CD-ROM 7506009832602

Target KET for Schools Workbook 9788466806824

For Teachers

Target KET for Schools Teacher’s Pack (TB+Audio CD) 7506009832619

Target PET

PET

Practice TestS

also AVAILABLE!

Sue Ireland and Joanna Kosta

A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Target PET is a short preparation course for the Cambridge English

Preliminary (PET) exam. It provides essential training and exam practice

for both paper and computer-based testing. With 40-50 hours of core

material in the Student’s Book, Target PET offers a quick, effective route

to exam success and is perfect for both teenagers and young adults.

Through the Exam Trainer and Practice Exam sections of

the Interactive CD-ROM, students gain practice of a computer-based

exam.

Components & Resources:

For Students

Target PET Student Pack (SB+CD-ROM) 7506009832558

Target PET Student’s Book 9788466808675

Target PET CD-ROM 7506009832565

Target PET Workbook 9788466808712

For Teachers

Target PET Teacher’s Pack (TB+Audio CD) 7506009832572

For Students:

• Student’s Book

• Workbook

• CD-ROM

For Teachers:

• Teacher’s Book

• Class Audio CD


Target Cambridge English: First - Secondary

Bess Bradfield and Caroline Krantz

A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

ONLINE

PRACTICE TESTS

INCLUDED

42

NEW

EDITION

FOR 2015 EXAM

Components

& Resources

Target Cambridge English: First is the new edition of Target FCE, Richmond’s

popular exam preparation course for teenagers and young adult students. The course

has been fully updated by experienced exam item writers to meet the requirements of

the 2015 exam. The print material has been updated, but maintains its user-friendly

format and focus on personalisation. The digital components now offer more support

for students, including two complete online practice tests in 'trainer' or 'exam' mode

and extra practice activities online. Teachers can access a range of unit tests in Test

Studio.

For Students

• Student’s Book

• Workbook with Audio CD

• Learning Platform

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Book

• Class Audio CDs

www.richmondelt.com/targetfirst

Target Cambridge English: First can be used as part of the Target series or as a

standalone resource for FCE preparation.

For Students

Target Cambridge English: First

Student’s Book 9788466817493

Workbook Pack 9788466817516

For Teachers

Target Cambridge English: First

Teacher’s Book Pack 9788466817509

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Richmond Bilingual Dictionaries

EFL

The Richmond Dictionaries include up-to-date vocabulary, including internet, computing and entertainment

terms. They contain Spanish from Spain and Latin America, as well as British and American English pronunciation

and spelling differences. These dictionaries are a handy tool both in the classroom and at home.

Richmond Mini

Dictionary

Key Features:

43

• 33,000 words, sentences and examples

• Includes a mini travel guide with useful phrases

• All the essential vocabulary you need

ISBN: 9788466810333

Richmond Pocket

Dictionary

APP

Key Features:

• 60,000 words, phrases and examples

• 70,000 translations

• Both Latin American and Castilian Spanish

• Colored headwords to make finding the right word easier

• Full-page color pictures and maps to help you to learn

new words within a visual context

ISBN: 9788466814164

We

suggest...

Richmond Dictionaries App

Richmond Compact

Dictionary

Key Features:

• Up-to-date vocabulary

• Intuitive search functions: headword and full

text search

ISBN: 9788466810340

APP


M@th Adventures - Preschool

Rebecca Lee Williams

LEVELS

2

46

ISBN: 9786070611063

ISBN: 9786070610875

DIGITAL

BOOK

M@th Adventures is an innovative two-level course for teaching mathematics to

preschool children. This enjoyable course promotes the development of mathematical

skills through engaging hands-on activities and materials. The series teaches skills

such as counting, recognizing, patterning, sorting, graphing, estimating, comparing,

measuring and problem solving.

The topics and vocabulary in each unit are appropriate for children learning English

as a second language without placing too much emphasis on language learning. The

video clips and interactive games provide enjoyable ways for children to practice

mathematical concepts in class and at home.

With M@th Adventures students will:

• develop mathematical skills through hands-on activities and manipulative materials

• learn and practice math concepts through songs and rhymes

• work with digital components like videos and interactive games for further practice

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s Book

• Resource Pack

• Student’s CD

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Guide

with Pocket Cube

• Resource Pack

• Teacher’s Resource CD

• Digital Book

For Students Level 2 Level 3

Pack Math A. (SB+RESOURCE+SRCD) 7506009842816 7506009842823

Student’s Book 9786070610875 9786070611063

Resource Pack 9786070610882 9786070611070

Student's Resource CD 7506009842229 7506009842243

For Teachers Level 2 Level 3

Pack Math A. (TG+TCD+RES+CUBE) 7506009842359 7506009842366

Teacher’s Guide 9786070611582 9786070611599

Teacher’s Resource CD 7506009842236 7506009842250

Resource Pack 9786070610882 9786070611070

Math Adventures Pocket Cube 7506009842342 7506009842342

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My First Letters

and Sounds - Preschool

Rachel Gonin & Rebecca Williams Salvador

LEVELS

3

Richmond BE

47

ISBN: 9786070611933

ISBN: 9786070611940

ISBN: 9786070611926

APP

Letters and Sounds is

an enjoyable App designed to

help children learn to recognize

letters and how they sound.

APP

My First Letters and Sounds is a three-part component that allows children

to develop phonemic awareness while reinforcing the vocabulary presented in

each unit. Each activity page contains clear and simple instructions. Games and

activities are suggested to introduce and practice each sound.

Phonics are an important feature in learning to read. My First Letters and

Sounds series introduces children to the most common sounds and provides a

foundation to literacy.

Includes:

• 6 different games

• Contains a recording

mini-studio

• 26 video clips


Pathway to Science - Primary

LEVELS

6

48

ISBN: 9786070609091

ISBN: 9786070609060

ISBN: 9786070609046

DIGITAL

BOOK

CLIL

Pathway to Science is a new CLIL course for primary with lots of fun hands-on

activities to help learners develop competencies in science while developing their

English language proficiency. Pathway to Science is the perfect complement for any

general English course. It enables students to transfer their English skills to another

content area while reinforcing their knowledge of science.

With Pathway to Science students will:

• gain practical knowledge about what a scientist is and does by doing classroom

experiments

• become familiar with the scientific method from an early age

• explore the sciences of Life Science, Physics and Chemistry and Earth and the

Universe

• study scientific terms included in the illustrated glossary

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s Book with Activity

Cards

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Guide

• Reinforcement and

Extension Worksheets

• Evaluations

• Digital Book

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Pathway to Math - Primary

Richmond BE

International

Edition

For Students Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6

Pack Pathway to Math (SB + AC) 7506009844391 ---- ---- 7506009844421 ---- ----

Pathway to Math Student’s Book ---- 9786070612565 9786070612572 ---- 9786070612596 9786070612602

For Teachers Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6

Pack Pathway to Math (TG+R&E+EVAL+DB) 7506009845244 7506009845251 7506009845268 7506009845275 7506009845282 7506009845299

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s Book with

Activity Cards

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Guide

• Reinforcement and

Extension Worksheets

• Evaluations

• Digital Book

49

LEVELS

6

CLIL

Pathway to Math is a six-level, primary education series that immerses the student

in the English language as they study other subject areas. It is expected that all

students acquire strong scientific and mathematical foundations by achieving the

core objectives and the Minimum Required Contents proposed, that are explored

within a relevant context for students.

Key Features:

• Targets theme-based lessons

• Focuses on problem solving and reasoning skills

• Applies math concepts across the curriculum

• Supports multiple instructional models

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s Book

• Student’s Workbook

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Guide

• Reinforcement and

Extension Worksheets

• Evaluations


My Pals are Here!

Science (Singopore Method) - Primary

(INTERNATIONAL EDITION)

50

Textbook

These Textbooks help young learners acquire deep understanding of scientific

concepts, knowledge, skills and processes that form the basis for learning at higher

levels.

Activity Book

These complements to the Textbooks provide an experiential, hands-on approach

to the learning of Science through the extensive use of process skills. The activities

are presented in a variety of formats that help pupils to reinforce and consolidate the

concepts learnt.

Teacher’s Guide

These comprehensive guides provide explicit Lesson Plans with additional

teacher’s notes and content that help activate prior knowledge, address common

misconceptions and provide important facts to consolidate learning. Trigger questions

and suggested activities with guided questions are embedded in the Textbooks,

Activity Books and Teacher’s Guides to focus on the development of process skills in

pupils.

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My Pals are Here!

Maths (Singopore Method) - Primary

(2nd AND 3rd EDITION)

Richmond BE

51

Pupil’s Book

Filled with activities that build on mathematical concepts, skills and strategies for learning, these

books encourage the collaborative learning of Mathematics in groups and provide a variety of

hands-on activities and games to consolidate the concepts learnt.

Marshall cAvendish ebook

Purposefully planned and designed, our integrated print and digital resoures allow teachers to

compile and access all content and resources with a single click. Our quality content ensures that

you are able to customise your lessons, cater to different needs of pupils and engage your pupils

maningfully to facilitate self-directed and collabotarive learning.

Workbook

An ideal complement to the Pupil’s Books, these books introduce engaging activities and practices

that reinforce the skills and concepts taught as well as consolidate classroom learning.

Teacher’s Guide

These effective guides provide lesson suggestions and materials that allow customised teaching

to suit varying needs of pupils.


Drawing and Painting Fun - Primary

LEVELS

6

52

CLIL

Drawing and Painting Fun is a six-level course in Art through English for young

learners. It presents the concepts of the subject area and develops basic skills in

English.

It explores a broad selection of art concepts through English. It provides structured

tasks to guide students towards creating their own individual responses to artwork in

a lesson format. Contents and language are carefully interwoven to provide progress

in both areas. The Teacher’s Book contains reinforcement and extension suggestions

to enhance and extend the concepts and language. Art and language objectives are

fully in line with curricular objectives.

Drawing and Painting Fun makes

teaching and learning easy thanks to

these features:

• all activities with language support

• Construction projects with punch-out

parts

• Tear-out pages to facilitate displays

• Chants and rhymes for language fun

• Picture dictionary with stickers

• Opinion stickers to encourage

expression

• Self-evaluation checklist

Student’s Book and cd Facts

• Drawing activities

• Explore activities

• Holiday projects

• Construction projects

• Picture dictionary words

• Self-evaluation checklist

• Stickers

• CD tracks

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s Book

• CD

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Book

• Class CD

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Arts and Crafts - Primary

Richmond BE

LEVELS

6

53

CLIL

Arts and Crafts is a six-level course for primary school children, teaching basic Arts

and Crafts through the medium of English. The course provides an introduction to the

art world and encourages students to express their own creativity.

Arts and Crafts highlights the key comptences acquired when students carry out the

activities in the Student's Book. It has been organised to include themes related to

the Primary Natural Science and Social Science syllabi.

Each Arts and Crafts Student's Book consists of fifteen units. There are 38

worksheets, organised in three terms and divided into two main blocks:

Block 1: Drawing and Craft Techniques

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s Book

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Book

• Class CD

• i-solutions Pack

Block 2: Three-dimensional techniques

Key Features

• Paint the Music

• Art Dictation

• Dramatisation Section

• Dimensional Tasks, Drawing and Art

• Techniques and Introduction to the World of Art

• Levels 3 to 6 introduce a computer drawing program


Music - Primary

LEVELS

6

54

CLIL

Music is a six-level primary course designed for primary students learning Music

through the medium of English. The course covers all aspects of musical education:

language and music theory, musical culture, vocal and instrumental performance,

movement, dance and rhythm. It divides content into three main areas: listening,

musical performance and dancing. The course provides regular opportunities for

students to participate in activities and to give dance and musical performances.

Key Features

• Provides motivating materials that are

tailored to the age of Primary students.

• Contains a systematic programme

that deals with all aspects of musical

education: language and theory of

music, musical culture, active listening

activities, vocal and instrumental

performance, and moving and dancing

activities.

• Provides numerous creative and

performance activities, giving students

the opportunity to play an active role in

their learning process.

• Allows flexibility to adapt the materials

according to the number of contact

hours, and it includes a variety of

reinforcement activities and digital

resources.

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s Book

• Activity Book

• Student’s Audio

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Book

• CDPosters +CD

• Digital Book

• Rubrics

• Class Audio

• Flashcards

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Pathway

to Literature - Primary

Elizabeth Rodriguez, Stefania Villarreal, Aaron Burkholder

Richmond BE

LEVELS

6

ISBN: 9786070611087

Pathway to Literature is a literature

course designed to accompany our

primary series. Each level is full of stories

and comics that will expand students’

vocabulary and build on their knowledge

of common expressions. Colorful

illustrations, fascinating characters and

a variety of genres will help students to

enjoy reading in English.

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s Book

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Resource CD

55

For Students Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6

Student’s Book 9786070611087 9786070611032 9786070611094 9786070611100 976070611049 9786070611056

For Teachers Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6

Teacher’s Resource CD 7506009842403 7506009842410 7506009842427 7506009842434 7506009842441 7506009842458

Pathway to Grammar

A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

LEVELS

6

Noelle Child

Pathway to GrAMMAr is a six-level course

for primary schools. It helps students review

and practice the grammar and vocabulary

needed for a variety of standardized tests:

Cambridge Young Learners (Starters,

Movers, Flyers), Cambridge Key for Schools

(KET), and TOEFL Primary.

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s Book

with Audio CD

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Booklet

ISBN: 9786070610813

Pathway to GrAMMAr is a supplementary

resource that can be used alongside

any textbook to consolidate and enrich

vocabulary and grammar instruction,

including for groups not preparing for

certification.

For Students Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6

Pack Pathway to Grammar (SB + CD) 7506009842830 7506009842847 7506009842854 7506009842861 7506009842878 7506009842885

Student’s Book 9786070610813 9786070610943 9786070610820 9786070610950 9786070610967 9786070610974

Audio CD 7506009841857 7506009841864 7506009841871 7506009841888 7506009841895 7506009841901

For Teachers Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6

Teacher’s Booklet 9786070610837 9786070610981 9786070610998 9786070611001 9786070611018 9786070611025


Spotlight on Literature

New Edition - Secondary

LEVELS

6

56

ISBN: 9786070607950

ISBN: 9786070607943

ISBN: 9786070607967

Spotlight on Literature New Edition is a literature-based program that

consolidates English skills for teenage and young adult learners. It features culturally

diverse literary texts together with varied activities that strengthen reading

comprehension and critical literary analysis.

Spotlight on Literature New Edition also includes lessons on grammar and

vocabulary from the reading selections and activities to develop critical thinking,

classroom discussion, group work, individual work and creative writing.

With Spotlight on Literature New Edition students will:

• read literary texts, brief biographies and interesting facts

• strengthen reading comprehension and critical literary analysis

• do grammar and vocabulary activities based on the reading selections

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s Book

(with integrated

workbook)

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Guide

• Teacher’s CD-ROM

• participate in classroom discussions, group work and individual tasks

• develop creative writing skills

For Students Level A Level B Level C Level D Level E Level F

Spotlight On Literature Student’s Book NE 9786070607943 9786070607950 9786070607967 9786070607974 9786070607981 9786070607998

For Teachers Level A Level B Level C Level D Level E Level F

Pack Spotlight On Literature (Tch+CD-ROM) NE 7506009838161 7506009838178 7506009838185 7506009838192 7506009838208 7506009838215

Spotlight On Literature Teacher’s NE 9786070608001 9786070608018 9786070608025 9786070608032 9786070608049 9786070608056

Spotlight On Literature Teacher’s CD-ROM NE 7506009838048 7506009838055 7506009838062 7506009838079 7506009838086 7506009838093

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Richmond Theater

for Young Readers - Primary

Richmond BE

LEVELS

7

57

ISBN: 9786070606731

ISBN: 9786070607110

ISBN: 9786070606793

ISBN: 9786070606830

ISBN: 9786070606779

ISBN: 9786070606816

ISBN: 9786070606755

Richmond Theater for Young Readers has learners act out a script using fluent

and expressive reading to tell a story. The course is designed to appeal to students’

sense of play, spark their interest and encourage them to fully engage with the

target language and the text. Because each reading is a ”performance,” teachers can

introduce ”rehearsals” thus helping students build up their reading proficiency and

self-confidence while also improving their fluency.

Key Features:

• Encourages active engagement in the stories through performance

• Incorporates content areas—math, science and social studies—within each unit

• Allows students to develop vocabulary specific to the content areas—their previous

knowledge is also activated and incorporated into the lessons

• Promotes phonemic awareness which in turn positively rewards reading

achievement

• Makes older students responsible for self-monitoring of both accuracy and

comprehension

• Includes guided questions of increasing levels of complexity

• Includes a wide range of supplementary materials to support and extend language

skills through music, performance and vocabulary development

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student’s Book

For Teachers

• Teacher’s Guide

• Audio CD

For Students Level K Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6

Student’s Book 9786070606731 9786070606755 9786070606779 9786070606793 9786070606816 9786070606830 9786070607110

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Language Overview

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Starter Level 1 Level 2

Contraction: I’m

A / an

Verb ve: affirmative

and negative – I, you, it

Contractions: you’re,

it’s, isn’t, what’s

Verb be: questions

Personal Pronouns—he,

she, it

Contractions: he’s, she’s

Word order—adjective

+ noun

Verb Be—he, she, it:

affirmative, negative

and questions

Verb Be—I, you, we,

they

A / an + jobs &

occupations

Plurals

Present simple:

affirmative, negative

and questions

Present simple :

affirmative, negative

and questions—he,

she, it

Singular & plural nouns

Demonstrative

pronouns

There + be (present)

Special plurals

In / on

There + be (present)

On (digital media)

How many

Possessive’s

Object pronouns

Verb be—present

Subject pronouns

A / an

Position of adjectives

Verb be—wh questions

Demonstrative pronouns

Possessive adjectives

At / on (time)

Present Simple: affirmative,

negative and questions

Frequency adverbs

It’s raining vs. It’s rainy

Present continuous: affirmative,

negative and questions

Present simple vs.present

continuous

Present continuous for future

Obligation

Possessive pronouns

Punctuation

There + be (present)

Love / like / not mind / hate +

verb + -ing

Too / either vs. also

Imperatives

There + be (past)

Verb be (past)

Prepositions of place

There + be (present vs. past)

Subject vs. object questions

Can / could

Countable vs. uncountable nouns

Quantifiers (some / any)

Quantifiers (a lot of, a few &

a little)

How much vs. how many

Recycle quantifiers

Make vs. do

I like vs. I’d like

How do / did you get to…?

Suffixes for jobs

Wh-questions about jobs

(Be) going to

Going to vs. present continuous

for plans

Comparatives

Irregular plural forms

What does she look like?

Comparatives

Superlatives

Verb + infinitive or + -ing

Have to / need to / want to

Will for predictions / unplanned

decisions: affirmative and negative

Should

In / on (news media)

Past continuous

State vs. action verbs

Past continuous vs. past simple

Present perfect for past

experiences: affirmative, negative

and questions

Present perfect for completed

actions (already, just, yet)

Present perfect for unfinished past

(for, since)

Past simple vs. used to

Comparatives / superlatives /

as… as…

So / but

Prepositions + -ing

Modals of obligation & prohibition

Too / enough

Too much / too many

Zero & first conditionals

Go + -ing

Prepositions & adverbs

Compound nouns

Verb + gerund

Verb + infinitive or + -ing

Would rather / prefer

Any / every / no / some

So & such

Passive voice—present & past

Present participle

Adjectives

Pronouns in phrasal verbs

Future forms review

Future forms—present

Simple & present continuous

Be vs. get

-ed & -ing adjectives

Second conditional

Probability—may, might, could, must,

can’t + be

Relative pronouns

What vs. which

How + adjective / adverb

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--------

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--------

Present simple: to be

This, that, these, those

Position of adjectives

Possessive adjectives

Present simple: have

Possessive ’s

Present simple: I, you, we, they

Wh- questions

Frequency adverbs

Present simple: 3rd person

singular

Like / love / hate + -ing

There is / there are + a / an,

some, any

Prepositions of place

Can / can’t for ability,

permission & possibility

Imperatives

-ly adverbs

Present continuous

Present continuous & present

simple

Past simple: to be

Past simple: regular & irregular

verbs

Uses of the past simple

Past simple: irregular verbs &

time expressions

Verb + to + infinitive

Sequencers

Countable & uncountable nouns

Quantifiers: too much / many, a

lot of, a few, etc.

Comparative adjectives

Going to

Personal pronouns

Superlative adjectives

Will / won’t

Will & might

Present perfect: Have you ever…?

Present perfect & past simple

Review of verbs

Present simple & present

continuous

Questions

Past simple

Past continuous

Past simple & past continuous

Relative clauses

Articles: a / an, the, no article

Present perfect

Present perfect & past simple

Present perfect with for & since

Comparatives & superlatives

Present continuous & going to

Must(n’t) & (don’t) have to for

obligation

Modal verbs: can / can’t, should

/ shouldn’t

Predictions: will, may, might

The -ing form & to + infinitive

Countable & uncountable nouns,

some & any

Quantifiers

If + present simple

Modal verbs: must, can’t, may, might

If + past simple

So & such

Some- / any- / no- + -one / -body

/ -thing

Passive (1): present simple

Passive (2): past simple

Reported speech: say

Reported speech: tell

Modal verbs review

Used to

The verb be and possessive

adjectives

The verb have

Definite / indefinite articles

There is / there are

Prepositions of time and place

Can

Simple present

Adverbs of frequency

Present continuous

Comparatives and superlatives

The simple past (verb be and

regular verbs)

The simple past (irregular verbs)

Comparatives (as... as / less... than)

Used to

Countables / uncountables

Past continuous

Present perfect

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--------

------------------------

--------

------------------------

--------

Greetings

Telephone calls

Ordering food and drink

Booking a hotel, traveling by

plane and train

Polite requests, opinions, suggesting,

agreeing / disagreeing

and offers

Shopping

Formal and informal emails

Possessive adjectives

Present simple and continuous

Past simple, regular and irregular

verbs

Love, like, hate, enjoy + ing

There is / there are

Can / can’t, have to / don’t have to

Comparatives and superlatives

Beginning and ending conversations

Offering and accepting food

and drink

Likes and dislikes

Presentations and meetings

Asking for help, polite requests

and reminders

Advice: should / shouldn’t

Job interviews

Making arrangements

Obligation and permission

Agreeing and disagreeing

Negotiating

Present simple and continuous

Past simple

Adverbs of frequency

Present perfect with ever, yet,

already, for and since

Present and past passives

First conditional

Second conditional

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Level 3 Level 4 Level 5

Questions with prepositions

Review of present tenses

Adjective formation—suffixes

Present perfect continuous

Present perfect vs. present perfect

continuous

Past simple vs. present perfect /

continuous

Past perfect

Past perfect continuous

Noun formation—suffixes

Too / enough

Should have + participle

Third conditional

To + verb / for + noun

Modals of possibility / probability

Order of adjectives

Relative clauses

As / like

On / in

Reported speech

Indirect questions

Reflexive pronouns

Modal perfects—must have, can’t have,

may / might have

Causative form

Tag questions

Review of verb families

Passive voice

Future perfect / continuous

Binomials

Gerunds

Verb + gerund or infinitive

Separable & inseparable phrasal verbs

Nouns + infinitive, gerund or base

form

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Tense review

Question forms

Stative / dynamic verbs

Past simple & past continuous

Past perfect & past simple

Used to & would

Gradable and ungradable adjectives and

modifiers

Adjectives / adverbs of manner

As... as, comparatives and superlatives

Present perfect simple

Present perfect continuous

Futures forms (1): plans, intentions,

hopes & fears

Future forms (2): predictions

Real conditionals

Modal verbs: making deductions

Future time clauses

Quantifiers

One & ones

Articles

Reported speech

Reporting requests and instructions

Permission, prohibition & obligation:

past and present

Ability: past and present

Passives

Relative clauses

Imaginary situations (would & if +

past simple)

If only & I wish

Past and would for social distancing

Would have & if + past perfect

Grammar review

Auxiliaries

Past participles

Reflexive pronouns

Present simple, present continuous and

present perfect

Used to do / used to doing

Narrative tenses (+ past perfect

continuous)

Adverbs

Present perfect & past simple

Present perfect continuous & present

perfect simple

Uses of the –ing form

Future forms

Clauses

Future perfect

Future continuous

Passive review

Get as passive auxiliary

Passive reporting structures

Causative have

Past modals: should have / could have

Past modals: speculation & deduction

Cleft sentences with is (adding

emphasis)

Comparatives with and, the... the and

superlative + past perfect

Modifying comparatives

Either... or / neither... nor

Articles

Relative clauses

So & such

Reporting verbs

Review: perfect & continuous -------------------------------- --------------------------------

Future with will

Modal auxiliary verbs

Possessive pronouns

Future going to

Be able to

First conditional

Gerunds after verbs

Present perfect and simple past

Passive voice (present and past)

Tag questions

Non-defining relative clauses

Second conditional

Defining relative clauses

Past perfect

Infinitives vs. gerunds

Third conditional

Reading Strategies

Skimming

Scanning

Prediction of vocabulary

Speed reading

Vocabulary variety

Underlining main ideas

Note taking

Facts vs opinions

Vocabulary in context

Reference words

Mind maps

Writing Focus

Sentences vs fragments

Independent/dependent clauses and

conjunctions

Brainstorming for ideas

A summary paragraph

Formal and informal e-mails

Summaries

Essay writing

Introductions and conclusions

Comparing and constrasting ideas

Writing a persuasive essay

Telephone phrases

Giving opinion, agreeing and disagreeing

Meeting and greeting, making small talk

Advice, obligation and necessity: must /

mustn’t, have to / don’t have to, should

/ shouldn’t

Making suggestions

Making and dealing with complaints

Presentations

Opening and closing emails

Negotiating

Explaining and apologizing

Asking for and reporting information

Present simple for routines and

present continuous for now

Present perfect, simple and

continuous

Future forms: present simple, present

continuous and be going to

Past perfect, past simple and past

continuous

Passives

Comparatives and superlatives

Zero, first and second conditional

Starting and maintaining

conversations

Giving effective feedback

Making predictions

Improving interview technique, dealing

with difficult questions

Presentations: key phrases and

planning, rhetorical techniques

Making your point assertively

Apologizing

Suggesting and agreeing to solutions

Expressing rules and expectations

Past tense

Present perfect

Articles

Future arrangements with be going

to and present continuous

Question forms

Passive and related verb forms

Reported speech and reporting

verbs

Second and third conditional

Comparatives and superlatives,

extreme adjectives

Modal forms, past form of modals

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English ID

Paul Seligson, Luiz Otávio Barros,

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(c)

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9:30 a.m.

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(b)

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I never thought I’d say this, but sometimes I miss human attendants and all their inefficiency.

(c)

Get into the car. Third time this week. Could it be the two extra pounds? Guess I have no choice

(d)

11:00 a.m.

Young adults but to answer the same old and security questions supplementary

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6:00 p.m.

Having a great time at my mother-in-law’s 102

Song lines nd birthday party, especially with the sound cancellation ear

plugs I bought last week. What a fantastic device! It with makes a her direct voice sound link much nicer.

(f)

World of English boxes

to each lesson illustrate

provide useful and

grammatical points, lexis or

interesting tips from

topics in a fun and memorable

B What do the underlined pronouns refer to?

the authors about

way.

Draw an arrow connecting them.

language learning.

C In pairs, look only at the photos and reconstruct the main events in the story.

8

Hou How

82

a b c

d

Hmm… Let’s see. When he woke up, the

No, they were

speakers were playing Mozart, right? Always seem to be governed by this love we have

for useless, twisting, our new technology… playing… 8.1

Hou How much technology do do you you have?

use?

2 Reading

D In pairs,

A

answer

8.2 Insert sentences

1-4.

1-6 from

Do

1A in

you

the story. Listen

agree

and check.

with each other? Any surprises?

1 When do you think this story Thursday takes place?

Thursday’s finally here, after a relatively busy working week. So, somebody tell me, why on earth did the

2 Why do you

9:00 a.m.

think home entertainment the system author decide he should wake refers me up at 9? to I specifically the requested machines Mozart! as “he” and “she”?

Smart bathroom seems worried about my health. Apparently, I’ve gained two pounds in the past week. So, here’s

9:30 a.m. what it does: No breakfast for me today, thanks to the bathroom-fridge conspiracy. How about that?

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Kitchen appliances still refusing to cooperate, so on my way to McDonald’s now. Yes, McDonald’s, of all places.

10:00 a.m.

I never thought I’d say this, but sometimes I miss human attendants and all their inefficiency.

4 Do you think we will live like this in the future?

1 Vocabulary: Technology

e

A Sentences 1-6 come from a sci-fi story. Match the bold words to the photos a-f.

1 “The face recognition device doesn’t know who I am again.”

World of English

2 “And her skin looks better too, thanks to the active contact lenses

Household equipment such as

that came as a free gift.”

fridges, washing machines and

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and now the smart fridge has locked its doors.”

A “device” is more technologically

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advanced: iPads, cell phones

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and GPSs.

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B

8.1 In pairs, say the bold words. Listen to check, then cover A and test each other with the photos.

f

Every unit features a double-page spread with a colorful story. A pre-reading activity at

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using the comic strip illustrations.

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Get into the car. Third time this week. Could it be the two extra pounds? Guess I have no choice

11:00 a.m.

but to answer the same old security questions and try to find his sarcasm funny.

After three hours stuck in the car, trying to prove that I was not an impostor, I get home, sit down and tell the TV I want

2:00 p.m.

to watch soccer. Guess what, it looks like she has decided that I’m in the mood for classical ballet today.

E Which technologies, 1-7, can you see in the text? In pairs, which three you’d most like to have? Any similari

6:00 p.m.

Having a great time at my mother-in-law’s 102 nd birthday party, especially with the sound cancellation ear

plugs I bought last week. What a fantastic device! It makes her voice sound much nicer.

1 decision-making devices

2 voice-changing devices

3 identity-checking devices

4 self-driving cars

B What do the underlined pronouns refer to? Draw an arrow connecting them.

C In pairs, look only at the photos and reconstruct the main events in the story.

Hmm… Let’s see. When he woke up, the

No, they were

speakers were playing Mozart, right?

playing…

D In pairs, answer 1-4. Do you agree with each other? Any surprises?

1 When do you think this story takes place?

2 Why do you think the author refers to the machines as “he” and “she”?

3 What problems does technology cause for you?

4 Do you think we will live like this in the future?

5 self-locking appliances

6 house-cleaning robots

7 sleep-monitoring cameras

Common Mistakes

in

I think the story takes place on

2040 / the 21 st century.

F MAKE IT PERSONAL In groups, use these words to create five innovative technologies. Share your li

and choose your two favorite devices.

E Which technologies, 1-7, can you see in the text? In pairs, which three you’d most like to have? Any similarities?

1 decision-making devices 5 self-locking appliances

I’d love to have a self-driving

2 voice-changing devices 6 house-cleaning robots

car. I’m such a bad driver!

3 identity-checking devices 7 sleep-monitoring cameras

4 self-driving cars

Really? I’d find it kind of boring.

changing cleaning controlling doing learning monitoring

F MAKE IT PERSONAL In groups, use these words to create five innovative technologies. Share your lists

and choose your two favorite devices.

changing cleaning controlling doing learning monitoring R

1 Use -ing to describe what things do.

➤ A money-counting machine.

1 house-cleaning robots

2 In compound nouns, the stress is

usually on the first word.

3 Use self- when no one else is

My number one choice is the English-learning

involved in operating a machine.

device. I’d love to become fluent automatically!

Workbook p. 39

➤ A self-updating program.

1 house-cleaning robots

My number one choice is the English-learning

device. I’d love to become fluent automatically!

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Common Mistakes

I think the story takes place

2040 / the 21 st century.

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I’d love to have a self-driving

car. I’m such a bad driver!

Really? I’d find it kind of bo

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1 Use -ing to describe what thing

➤ A money-counting machine.

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6.3 What makes you suspicious?

5

Reading

A Using only the title and photo, guess what the magazine article is about.

Home World Business Sports Health Tech Entertainment Search

I, the Spy

by Jo O'Donnell

his isn’t easy to admit, but I felt slightly embarrassed

a while back when I was watching a news report about

T

the National Security Agency’s (NSA) surveillance

program – the one that allowed the government to spy on

its citizens, eavesdrop on phone calls, and monitor Internet

traffic. Why? Because over the past decade, I have kept my

children under strict surveillance in pretty much the same

way: capturing instant messaging logs, eavesdropping on

Skype® conversations, and even using spy software to keep

tabs on what they typed. I have been the biggest threat to my

children’s privacy.

A few years ago, when I casually mentioned this to a

friend, she was horrified. How could I do this, she asked,

when it was such an invasion of my children’s privacy. At

the time, I made the same argument that generations of

parents before me have probably made, which is that my

children have no expectation of privacy while they are still

living under my roof. If invading their privacy was what it

took to protect them, then obviously I had every right to do

so. Or didn’t I?

B Quickly read the article in two minutes to check. Does Jo ... ?

feel spying on the kids was the right thing to do regret it have mixed feelings about it

C Re-read. True (T) or false (F)? Jo ...

1 thinks government / parental surveillance are two completely different things.

2 told a friend it was OK to spy on the kids until they left home.

3 used to spy on the kids mostly to keep them safe from cyberbullying.

4 hasn’t spied on the kids for some time.

D What nouns do the underlined words in the article refer to? Draw lines to them.

E 5.6 Listen to an interview with Jo. Write the number of each lesson she learned. Then circle A or B.

Lessons

I learned my son had

impressive talents.

A He wrote fiction online.

B He was leading an online

book group.

It’s important for couples not

to have secrets.

A My husband already knew I

was spying.

B My husband was really upset.

The NSA once stated that what the agency did could be

justified on security grounds, since it allowed the agency

to identify potential terrorist threats to the U.S. So I made

a similar argument to myself about monitoring my sons’

online activity – after all, all I wanted was to protect them

from the kinds of trouble teens get into, especially drug

abuse and bad relationships. Was I right to do so? To be

honest, I’m not sure. Yes and no, I suppose. Anyway, it’s

been quite a while since I last spied on my two sons (the

youngest of whom is now turning 17), but looking back, I

think I’ve learned some important lessons.

None of the dangers I’d anticipated

came true.

A They talked about homework

and school stress.

B There was very little cyberbullying.

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I always feel like somebody's watching me, And I have no privacy

F Make it personal In groups, answer 1–4. Any surprises?

1 Do you think Jo acted appropriately? Are the lessons she learned important?

2 How much freedom do / did you have as a teenager?

3 Do you think teenagers have too much, too little, or just enough freedom these days?

4 What do you think of people who read others' text or What's App messages? Is it ethical?

My parents were too strict, so I’ll be

easier on my kids. How about you?

6

Vocabulary: Privacy

A

Well, I don’t think I’ll ever have kids.

I don’t like children.

5.7 Listen to short converstaions (1–5) between parents and their teenagers. Which two match the pictures?

Do the people remind you of your parents?

e

B

5.8 Re-read paragraph 1 of I, the spy. Match the highlighted words to their meanings. Listen again to check.

1 surveillance

a

keep yourself informed about something

2 spy on

b

the act of watching someone who might be doing something. illegal

3 eavesdrop on

c

listen secretly to a private conversation

4 keep tabs on

d

someone or something potentially dangerous

5 threat

e

watch someone secretly

C In pairs, cover and remember both pictures. Then role play the conversations.

In the first one, the woman was

Mom, I just can’t believe you were

about 50 and she was wearing …

using my computer! Are you …?

Yes, I am. As you mother …

D Make it personal Complete 1–4 with a word or expression from B. Answer Y (yes), N (no), or S (sometimes).

In groups, compare ideas. After five minutes, take a vote on each question. How many unanimous opinions?

Is it OK for ...

1 employers to their employees’ phone conversations when they're talking?

2 parents to install equipment in their children’s car and their driving?

3 the government to people’s Internet activity to identify a ?

monitor potential What do you think of people who expose government surveillance? Is it ethical?

couples to each other’s text messages and recent calls?

4 Hmm ... I’m not sure. Isn’t everyone

I think employers have a right to

entitled to a little privacy?

eavesdrop on conversations.

e

6.3

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6.4 Are you into social media?

7

Listening

A In pairs, answer 1–3. Any surprises?

1 Guess what the people in the photo are doing.

2 Why do some people feel the need to keep tabs

on their friends?

3 Do you know any apps that make it easy for

friends to spy on each other?

All of my friends spy on me on

Foursquare®, and I hate that!

Common mistake

Facebook lets your friends to see

all the stuff you like.

B

5.9 Listen to James, Audra, and Tom, and

match the three columns. There’s one extra

threat. Do you identify with any of the speakers?

Speaker App Privacy threats

1 James Instagram teachers

2 Audra Foursquare friends

3 Tom Facebook boss

family

C

5.9 Listen again. T (true) or F (false)?

1 James's parents respect his privacy on Facebook.

4 She has changed her privacy settings.

2 His friends like Facebook better than he does.

5 Tom uses Foursquare.

3 Audra posts photos of where's she's been.

6 He knows how to use apps correctly.

8

Pronunciation: Blended consonants

A

5.10 Listen to the rule and examples. Then complete 1–2 with the words you hear.

Two similar consonant sounds are usually pronounced as one.

Do you have a minute to spare?

My parents seem totally obsessed with Facebook.

1 It's ask before you take a photo.

2 app take a picture of you?

B Make it personal Draw lines connecting the similar consonant sounds in these questions 1–4.

Then ask and answer them.

1 Do your (grand)parents seem to value the Internet?

3 How do you think communication will change over

2 Do you see any future reasons to maintain libraries?

the next 100 years?

4 How could the World Wide Web bring more peace to

My grandparents are amazing. They're

the world?

really into technology.

I’m free to do whatever I, Whatever I choose, And I’ll sing the blues if I want

6.4

9

Grammar: Question words with -ever

A

5.11 Match the phrases. Then listen to check. Check (✔) the correct rules in the grammar box.

1 He comments on whatever …

a

I always end up doing something wrong.

2 The answer is always the same whoever …

b

you just access the app and check in.

3 They stop and take a photo whenever …

c

you talk to.

4 However you look at this Instagram craze, …

d

he sees on my newsfeed.

5 Wherever you are, …

e

they see something “interesting.”

6 Whichever app I use, …

f

it’s just pointless.

Question words with -ever: who, what, which, when, where

1 Ever means "no matter who, what, or which" in all some of the examples.

2 Question words with -ever always sometimes go at the beginning of the sentence.

3 Use Don’t use a comma at the end of the clause when an -ever word begins the sentence.

Grammar

expansion p. 147

B

5.12 James, Audra, and Tom continue the interview. Complete 1–5 with a

question word with -ever. Listen to check. How would you answer the reporter’s

questions?

Reporter: And what’s your favorite social app?

James: I love Vine.

Whenever

(1) I see something funny, I just video it.

I mean, how cool is that? Wechat® is another favorite.

I can stay in touch with my friends

(2) I am.

Reporter: And are there any apps you like?

Audra: Flickr® is OK for

(3) likes photographs. Tumblr®

isn‘t bad, either. I just use

(4) I click on first.

Reporter: OK. What about your favorite app?

Tom:

(5) people may say about Facebook,

it’s still my number one app. I love it.

C Make it personal Make 1–4 true for you. In pairs, compare. Any similar answers? Whenever I hear the

song [Yesterday], I think of

1 2

3

4

Whenever I hear the song

Wherever I go, I need

Whatever happens

I totally [agree/disagree] with

(Yesterday), I think of

to tell [my girlfriend]

this year, I will try to

whoever said that [money

(my grandpa).

where I am.

[exercise more].

doesn’t buy happiness].

Whenever I hear the song Summer, I think

of my ex. He used to love Calvin Harris.

Yeah, that’s a great song. It reminds

me of my trip to New York in 2015.

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Hey, hey, you, you, I know that you like me. No way, no way. No, it's not a secret

6.5 Who do you share your secrets with? 6.5

10

Listening

12

Writing: A how to ... guide

Watch

out!

A In groups, answer 1–2. Any surprises?

A Read Watch out!. Write the correct area of caution

1 Why does the interviewer in the cartoon prefer to look at

in 10A above each paragraph.

candidates’ Facebook profiles?

2 How can your Facebook page help you to get a job / stop you

B Read the guidelines for an effective "how to ... "

from being hired? Think about:

article. Underline examples.

1 Create a catchy title.

2 Use section headings.

Facebook could be

AREAS OF CAUTION

3 Write a short introduction / conclusion.

sabotaging your career.

4 Add details.

High level listening

skills development

a

Pages you like

C Read Write it right! Write guidelines for email

etiquette (1–4), using the verbs and expressions.

Write it right

Do the math: If you joined Facebook in, say, 2010

and have posted an average of two comments

every day since then, there are currently more than

4,000 comments floating around the site with the

potential to ruin you reputation. Here are five things

to keep in mind.

b Your choice of words

d Religion and politics

When writing a "how to ..." guide, it’s important to be

very specific and tell the reader the dos and don’ts.

e

c Photos you post

e Photos you’re tagged in

The photos you post might make them

think you’re not serious enough for the job.

B

5.13 Listen to Larry, from the cartoon, and his wife. Which area of caution in A did he ignore?

C

5.13 Listen again and circle the right option.

1 The interview was (long / short).

4 Larry (was / wasn’t) late for the interview.

2 They said they wanted someone ( younger /

5 Larry’s photo was taken (indoors / outdoors).

more experienced).

6 Mika is (critical / supportive) of him.

3 Larry (worked / didn’t work) at Apple®.

11

Keep talking

A In groups, what advice would you give for each area of caution? Any differences of opinion?

B Make it personal What advice would you give for these areas?

be happy look your best 24/7 spend your money more wisely

impress your English Teacher make a perfect burger stay out of trouble at college

live to be a hundred

shop online safely

1 Brainstorm as many ideas as you can.

I think to be happy, it’s

Yes, but you should be careful not

2 Share the best ones with the class.

important not to worry.

to spend too much money, though!

Dos

Don'ts

1 Do your best to ...

1 Avoid + noun / -ing verb

2 Be sure to ...

2 Whatever you do, don't ...

3 As far as possible, try

3 Never, ever ...

to ...

include keep reply scan write

1 within 24 hours – ✓ [your best]

Do your best to reply within 24 hours.

2 huge attachments – ✗ [avoid]

3 your messages for viruses – ✓ [sure]

4 in CAPS - ✗ [whatever]

D Your turn! Choose a topic from 11B and write a

"how to ... " article in about 150–180 words.

Common mistake

not to

Try to don't spend money on things you don’t need.

Before

Choose a topic from the "how to ... " webpage and in

pairs, brainstorm your “Top five guidelines.”

While

Pay attention to the guidelines in B, and use at least

four expressions from C.

After

Share your work with your classmates. What was

the most popular guideline?

1

Pages you like

The pages you’re a fan of say an awful lot about you.

When you respond to like requests, be selective. Do

your best to keep your likes as neutral as possible.

2

Watch out! If you don’t want to be seen doing

something embarrassing, don’t post it on

Facebook. Also, avoid posting inappropriate

photos. And whatever you do, don’t post pictures

of alcoholic beverages.

3

Even if you’re careful when posting status updates

and photos, other Facebook users could still get

you in trouble. Be sure to keep tabs on the photos

you are tagged in, and have them removed if

necessary.

4

Never ever – ever – use foul language in a

Facebook post. Period.

5

As far as possible, try to stay away from

controversial topics and avoid giving polarizing

opinions.

A mantra for you: "Whatever

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Key Vocabulary

Work

A Trends

● Divide the expressions into two groups:

a) describing success

b) describing failure

Use a dictionary to help you.

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be back in business be on the rise

be on the way out catch on

decline sharply enjoy a boom

gain in popularity lose favor

lose out make a comeback

sink without trace win over converts

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dated high-tech innovative obsolete

1 Work in pairs. Look at the images of the

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5 New jobs in computers are ,

you’ll always be able to find work if you know your technology.

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where you live?

6 Look again at the sentences in 5a and underline any

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7 Complete C in the Key Vocabulary panel .

8 a Discuss in groups. Think about where you live.

Which jobs are becoming obsolete and why? Do you

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There used to be lots of newspaper stands and vendors on

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b Is there a job that is making a comeback?

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● Think of jobs or businesses for each adjective.

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● Which adjectives cannot combine with become?

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In the old days, many people in the USA had

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Back in the old days...

Back in the past...

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Visual Grammar

Jim Scrivener

LEVELS

2

A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

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ISBN: 9788466815291

ISBN: 9788466815666

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Visual Grammar App

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DIGITAL

BOOK

Written by the highly respected author and teacher trainer Jim Scrivener, Visual

GraMMar is a grammar book with a difference. It enables young adult and adult

students to visualize how each grammar point functions before embarking on practice

activities. Each one-page unit contains a visual presentation of the grammar point,

followed by a variety of different exercise types. The Digital Books also offer unique

presentation software for use in class. Visual GraMMar is available with or without

answers, while the app provides animated videos, lively illustrations and a range of

interactive activities offering practice with immediate feedback.

With Visual Grammar students will:

• grasp new grammar through clear presentations visual

• learn grammar points divided into manageable bite-size chunks

• choose to practice each point on the page, onlline or via the fully interactive app

• take internet quizzes that encourage them to find their own examples online

• distinguish between different groups of grammar points with its color-coded units

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Student's Book

(with or without

answers)

• Learning Platform

• Downloadable

MP3 Audios

• App

For Teachers

• Digital Book

• Website

www.richmondvisualgrammar.com

Visual Grammar A2 Elementary

Visual Grammar B1Pre-intermediate

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English

Grammar in Steps

David Bolton and Noel Goodey

Young adults and supplementary

LEVELS

2

A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

NEW

EDITION

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ISBN: 9788466817523

ISBN: 9788466817530

English Grammar in StEPs is a concise reference and practice grammar book for

pre-intermediate to upper intermediate students and is ideal for both self-study

and classroom use.

English Grammar in StEPs Practice Book is a comprehensive practice book which

covers the most important grammatical structures needed by pre-intermediate to

upper intermediate students. It can be used alongside English Grammar in StEPs

for extra practice, or independently.

The new editions follow exactly the same structure and grammar syllabus as the

popular originals, but now include fully updated texts and brand new images. Both

books are also now available in a with and without answers edition.

With English Grammar in StEPs students will:

• learn and practice grammar presented in context

• follow clear step-by-step explanations

• practice each grammar point extensively

• acquire the grammar needed for the Cambridge First exam

• work with examples of Cambridge First exam type activities in the practice book

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Primary methodology handbook

Patricia Grounds, Suzanne Guerrero, Carol Lethaby,

Caroline Moore, Joep van der Werff

Finally, a practical handbook for primary teachers that links ELT theory to real-life classroom situations! Richmond’s

new Primary Methodology Handbook provides clear explanations of key concepts in a way that is accessible

to new and experienced teachers alike. Comprehension and reflection activities engage and guide the reader,

consolidating new information and facilitating its application in the classroom. The Handbook covers essential areas

of study for English instruction in primary schools.

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With Primary Methodology Handbook teachers will:

• acquire ELT methodology

• gain tips for integrating technology in the learning process

• learn about the characteristics of primary learners

• be provided with suggestions for improving classroom management

and student motivation

• receive help with teaching mixed-ability groups

• find a guide for lesson planning with textbooks, supplementary,

and self-made materials

• be provided with guidelines for test writing and assessment

• learn about support strategies for special needs students

• study how to teach common primary-level grammar and vocabulary

• watch video tutorials that demonstrate teaching strategies from the Handbook

• learn fun language games and activities for all primary levels

ISBN: 7506009841536

Lessons Learned

Gabriel Díaz Maggioli & Lesley Painter-Farrell

Lessons lEarned: First StEPs towards rEFlective Teaching in ELT is a coursebook that introduces aspiring

teachers to the main principles and practices associated with reflective teaching in the field of foreign and

second language instruction. It can also be used as a reference and resource in professional development

programs for more experienced language teachers wishing to update their professional knowledge base.

• Written in accessible language.

• Departs from comments on teachers’ and students’ needs for language teaching

and learning.

• There are reflective tasks throughout each chapter to consolidate and personalize

information.

• Content is clearly introduced and diagrams in mind maps for each unit.

• Reflective Journal Tasks, Observation Tasks and Portfolio Tasks at the end of each

chapter help to consolidate and keep record of the information learned along the

chapter.

• Written by well-known and world wide experienced authors from the world of ELT.

• Pictures and diagrams in each chapter facilitate understanding and bring

information alive.

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PRIMARY

HANDBOOKS

for teachers

Young adults and supplementary

Paul Seligson, Andy Baxter, Amanda Cant, Emma Dafouz, Michele

C. Guerrini, Susan House, Ricky Lowes, Genevieve Roth, Wendy

Superfine, Francesca Target and Julie Tice

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ISBN: 9788429450668

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ISBN: 9788429450675

ISBN: 9788429449266

ISBN: 9788429454468

The Richmond HanDBooks for tEachers are a series of highly practical and accessible methodology guides

written by teachers for teachers. Ideal for both new and experienced teachers, they contain a mixture of analysis,

development work, ideas and photocopiable resources for the classroom and can be used in training courses or

for personal development. Each title offers practical solutions to the everyday problems faced by English teachers

in the primary or secondary classroom but will also be of use to any language teacher, teacher of young adults or

trainee teacher. The classroom activities are designed for lower level classes but most can be easily adapted to

higher levels.

The series also includes a handbook for CLIL practitioners which features a collection of CLIL case studies and

experiences from the primary, secondary and tertiary sectors.

Key Features:

• Practical, realistic suggestions for the language

classroom

• Jargon-free explanations of theory and methodology

• Developmental tasks for the teacher

• Consideration of everyday problems teachers face in

the foreign language classroom

• Photocopiable activity worksheets

• Provision for diversity of classroom teaching situations

• Current educational methodologies and reforms

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Evaluating your Students 9788429450675

Developing Resources for Primary 9788429450668

Developing Resources for Primary (Español) 9788429450934

Teaching Very Young Children 9788429454468

The Language In English Teaching 9789685699136


Richmond Spiral

Richmond Spiral is Richmond’s new Virtual Learning Environment designed

for young learners. Teachers and students can find a wealth of interactive content

and other resources related to the course they are studying in class. Currently you can

find content related to Wonder, Cool kids, Skyrocket, Thumbs up!, Awesome

and Achievers; please visit our website to see what is currently available.

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• As well as these Study Materials,

students can access the Play area

where they will find a series of

vocabulary games.

• Teachers and students can also

access the Richmond Cartoons

through Spiral. These fun animated

videos present learners with

language appropriate to their level

and come accompanied by interactive

exercises to practice this language.


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• All the interactive content is linked to a

Gradebook, so teachers can monitor the

progress of their students.

• The system of levels and gems will

motivate students to keep playing and

improving their scores so that they can

go up through the levels and win gems.

They will also enjoy competing to be

the weekly class champion.

STUDY

ACTIVITIES

CARTOONS

GRADEBOOK

RESOURCES

TESTS

PLAY

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Richmond Apps

Available for both Apple and Android devices, the Richmond App Collection features

apps for Preschool, Primary, Adult and Business English.

Titles include Crickets, Tippy Toes, Letters and Sounds for preschool students,

Pathway to Certification for primary learners, The Big Picture, Visual Grammar

for adult learners and the Richmond Mazes for those studying Business English.

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Crickets

Crickets Nursery and Crickets Level 1 feature an App for children to improve their fine motor

skills. Children will do tracing and coloring activities with different levels of difficulty in the

fascinating world of Crickets.

Letters and Sounds

Letters and Sounds is an enjoyable App designed to help children learn to

recognize letters and how they sound.

Tippy Toes

It fosters children’s psychomotor development as well as their listening and reading skills.

Pathway to Certification

It is an App that helps students practice skills for the Cambridge Starters, Mover,

Flyers; Key for Schools (KET) tests; as well as the TOEFL Primary test (Step 1 and

Step 2). The App can be used as a separate tool to prepare for the tests, however, for

maximum benefit it links seamlessly with the grammar series Pathway to Grammar.

Pathway to Certification contains activities for the Listening and Reading/Writing

sections of the tests. Speaking practice is included for TOEFL Primary® only. The

interface is simple, so that students can navigate the App by themselves.

The Big Picture

The Big Picture App is an exciting multi-level game which helps adult students learn and

increase their vocabulary. This highly original and fast-paced game was short listed for

an ELTon in Digital Innovation. Start playing now to see if you can top the leader board!

Visual Grammar

See grammar come alive with the Visual Grammar App, based on the popular Visual Grammar

A2 Book by Jim Scrivener. Animated videos, lively illustrations and clear diagrams help students

to picture grammar, and a range of activities offer practice with immediate feedback.

Richmond Mazes

The Richmond Mazes Apps are a series of interactive readers which allow students to steer

their own path through the story and create alternative outcomes. Also available as readers,

the first two titles focus on a realistic scenario from the world of work.

Richmond Compact Dictionary

The ideal reference work for learners of Spanish and English


Richmond Microsites

In the Richmond microsites both students and teachers will

find free online resources. These include videos, interactive

games, Teacher's Guide, lessons, worksheets, etc.

Crickets

www.richmond.com.mx/

crickets

Skyrocket

www.richmond.com.mx/

skyrocket

M@th Adventures

www.richmond.com.mx/

mathadventures

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• Interactive Games

• Video Clips & Lessons

• Student’s CD

• Online Games

• Grammar Audio

• Stickers

• Teaching Tips

• Interactive Games

• Video Clips & Lessons

Awesome New Edition

www.richmond.com.mx/awesomenewedition

• Grammar Videos

• Activities

• Scope and Sequence

• Grammar Videos

• Worksheets

• Exams

Pathway to Literature

www.richmond.com.mx/

pathwaytoliterature

• Story Audio and Teacher’s Guide

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Richmond Cartoons

The adventures of the Richmond Cartoons friends bring English to

young learners in this original series of fully animated videos. Created

to fit language objectives for learners in primary, the cartoons can be

used as a complement to any course or just for fun!

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Exciting Material

Watch 12 entertaining animated adventures.

Fun Characters

Follow sea creatures, jungle

animals, talking toys and dragons.

Diverse Settings

Explore the ocean and jungle,

the circus and a castle in the sky.

Preparation for Certification

The illustrated language acvity worksheets for

each video follow Cambridge Young Learners

and TOEFL Primary® Exam models. These are

included in the DVD as Portable Document

Format (PDF) with audio tracks and can be

accessed via a computer. In addion, they come

with a Teacher’s Guide that incorporates the

answer key for all acvies and the audio scripts.

Cambridge Young Learners are a series of English

language tests aimed at primary students to test

their reading, wring, listening and speaking

skills. The three levels of the YLE tests are

known as Starters, Movers and Flyers. The TOEFL

Primary® Exam has two levels: Step 1 and Step

2. The acvies on the worksheets reect the

language for these exams.

The acvies have been designed to give students extra preparaon pracce. They

encourage students to beer understand the four essenal skills for learning the English

language. They also aid students to give constant effort to these four necessies, which will

in turn help them master the English language.

Furthermore, the acvies enhance visual literacy, as they make direct use of the

illustraons from the cartoons. Visual literacy helps students beer interpret visual media

and engages them fully with the images and text at the same me.

All students will benet from the language pracce with the worksheets, whether or not

they will be taking the actual, standardized tests.

Plot Synopses

I Spy

Tim the turtle is swimming in the deep blue sea when Olive the octopus

greets him. They introduce themselves and show one another their

different homes. Then, Olive asks Tim to play a guessing game, known

as I Spy. The objecve of the game is for Olive to silently choose an

object beginning with a leer and for Tim to try and guess what that

object might be. When it is Tim’s turn, he chooses an object that begins with “S.” Just as Olive is

trying to guess what the object might be, Sammy the shark emerges, and in order to warn Tim about

the impending danger, she repeats the word, “Shark,” and loses the game. Finally, Tim sees the shark

and swims off in fear. The shark, we learn, did not want to eat them. Instead, he merely wanted to

play I Spy.

Hide-and-Seek

Lucy the rag doll, Baggins the cat and Peter the pirate nd themselves

at home alone. They decide to leave their toy box and play Hide-and-

Seek around the house. Baggins is designated as being “it” (the player

that closes his eyes and counts), while the other players hide. Lucy

hides behind the couch in the living room, while Peter hides in the

bathtub in the bathroom. Baggins nishes counng and starts searching the house for his friends.

He moves from room to room unl he nds Peter and eventually Lucy, too. Suddenly, their owner

arrives home from school and is surprised to see his toys out of the box.

Marvin’s Birthday Party

It is Marvin the monkey’s sixth birthday, and his family has gathered in

the forest to celebrate his special day with a picnic. Sarah the sloth is

watching the monkeys having fun from a nearby tree and wishes she

could join in. Then, just as Marvin blows out the candles on his cake,

Sarah slips and falls from the tree. Marvin rushes to rescue her and as a

result, invites her to join in on the birthday fun. Marvin introduces her to all of his family members

and offers her different types of food. Sarah loves and eats everything that Marvin offers her, except

for the sandwiches.

Visual Literacy

Help children better interpret

visual media and text.

The Treasure Chest

Marvin the monkey is hanging from a tree, as Peter the pirate drags a

treasure chest along the shore. Marvin watches Tim get caught in a big

wave and lands in front of the chest. Peter asks for everybody’s help

to open it. They discover a variety of hats inside, which turn out to be

perfect for Tim’s costume party. Peter puts on a magician’s hat; Tim

decides to wear a cowboy hat and Marvin chooses the crown. Just as they are ready to leave for

the party, Peter discovers a magic wand inside the chest. Everybody is curious about what it could

do, so Peter waves it around and shouts the word: “Abracadabra!” Suddenly, all of the characters

vanish into thin air, leaving only their costumes behind.

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Key Themes

Introduce issues such as family relationships,

healthy habits and protecting the planet.


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Multiple Intelligences

Develop multiple intelligences—visual/spatial, verbal/linguistic,

interpersonal and intrapersonal.

Illustrated language activity worksheets for each video

are included. Teachers can boost students’ skills through

the Reading/Writing, Listening and Speaking exercises

created for each video. The activities follow Cambridge

Young Learners and TOEFL Primary® exam models to

give students extra preparation practice.

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Important Values

Increase awareness and practice of

fundamental values, including

friendship, honesty and respect.

Real-life English

Learn everyday English to express preferences

give directions or commands, learn manners

and talk about routines.

Grammar, Vocabulary and Functional Language

The grammar, vocabulary and funconal language introduced in each cartoon reinforce grade level

instrucon. They can be used to teach, review or consolidate classroom instrucon from rst to

third grade. They are especially effecve for improving students’ listening comprehension skills.

Suggested Use

Make use of a bilingual manual created for

teachers and parents to use in school and

at home.

Introduction

Richmond Cartoons brings English to young learners in this original series of fully animated

videos. The cartoons can be used as a complement to any core course or series, as they

explore the key elements of storytelling and have clear language objecves.

This DVD features twelve cartoons, whose duraon varies between 2.5 and 4 minutes,

which is appropriate for the age range and aenon span of children in their early years of

primary school.

There is a diversity of sengs, plots, characters and themes, as well as sound effects,

music and dialogues. All of these elements help children engage with not only the content,

but also the language funcons and forms being taught.

Characters

This DVD introduces students to a set of ten dynamic and fun characters ranging from sea

creatures to talking toys. These ten characters include a pair of dragons: Nessie and Ra;

two forest animals: Marvin the monkey and Sarah the sloth; three sea animals: Tim the

turtle, Sammy the shark and Olive the octopus; and three dolls: Lucy the rag doll, Baggins

the one-eyed cat and Peter the pirate.

These characters take turns appearing in each cartoon, which allows children to become

familiarized with their personalies and further increases their interest in knowing who will

be starring in the next episode.

Each cartoon has a different story, varying in plot and seng, which makes the

content more engaging for young viewers. In addion, the episodes oen feature

entertaining songs that students can learn and sing along to!

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These cartoons not only teach root language and vocabulary, but also help children develop

communicaon skills through their exposure to conversaonal dialogue. They explore specic

language funcons and vocabulary, gradually building from the basic foundaons of English to

more complex structures. The situaons presented in the plots make use of dialogues relevant to

children’s everyday lives, such as expressing preferences, giving direcons or commands, learning

manners, talking about rounes, among others.

Themes and Values

Moreover, these cartoons are dealing with important themes, such as family relaonships,

developing good habits early on in life, taking care of the environment and planet Earth and the

importance and power of imaginaon. An example of this can be seen in “Sail Away,” where the

characters take part in picking up lier and promong cleaner beaches. Another example can

be seen in “Missing Monday Morning,” where lifestyles are compared between a character with

good habits and another with bad habits. In addion, they teach important values, such as having

compassion for others and the importance of friendship.

Activity Worksheets

In addion, illustrated language acvity worksheets for each video are included. Teachers and

parents alike can boost students’ skills through the reading, wring, listening and speaking

acvies created for each cartoon. The acvies follow Cambridge Young Learners and TOEFL

Primary® Exam models to give students extra preparaon pracce.

Key Objectives

• Encourage learning English through the art of video and animaon.

• Develop mulple intelligences, such as visual/spaal, verbal/linguisc, intrapersonal, and

interpersonal.

• Learn English language structures, vocabulary and phrases appropriate to the level.

• Have children respond arculately to content through making inferences, drawing conclusions

and analyzing the main ideas.

• Observe and become familiar with how dialogue can change according to locaon

and situaon.

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Exam Prep

Prepare students for Cambridge Young Learners

(Starters, Movers and Flyers) and Step 1 and

Step 2 of the TOEFL Primary® Exam.

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Richmond Learning Platform

The Richmond Learning Platform has been developed in association with leading technology experts to offer

extra online support and resources to both students and teachers using Richmond materials. There are currently

twelve live platforms with several more in development.

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• Each platform starts from a website portal

which is divided into three main sections:

Home, a Teacher’s Area and a Student’s

Area. The Home Page contains the resources

that are more traditionally associated with a

promotional website, including sample pages

and author interviews.

• The Teacher’s Area and the Student’s

Area both require registration. This is a

simple process which can be completed by

either an institution or an individual student,

depending on the particular product involved.

The process usually requires a unique access

code which can be found at the back of the

relevant Student’s Book or other printed

materials.

• Once registered, teachers will find all the

extra resource materials that would

normally be included in a Teacher’s

Resource Book including CEF mappings,

photocopiable worksheets and editable

wordlists. Students, in appropriate contrast,

will find more informal activities including

videos, blogs and audio files.

• Skills Boost is a set of supplementary

reading and listening activities which are

available to teachers and learners in both

printable and digital formats for use in

class and for self-study, for all Richmond

Young Adult General English courses. Skills

Boost includes a wide range of text types,

engaging topics, and audio that exposes

learners to a variety of native speaker

accents.

Skills

Boost

is available for

all Richmond

courses in the VLE

www.richmondelt.com/international/platforms


Platforms are currently available for The Big Picture,

American Big Picture, New Framework, American

Framework, English ID, @work, Visual Grammar,

Vocabulary Builder and Exams.

Richmond Virtual Learning

Environment

Once successfully registered, both students and

teachers can gain access to the Richmond Virtual

Learning Environment (or VLE). Pre-populated with

bespoke, course-specific materials, the VLE allows

teachers to assign tasks to their students and monitor

their progress with exercises which cover all the main

language points from their course. Scores are recorded

in a markbook, allowing teachers to track their

students’ progress. The library area allows teachers

and students to upload their own documents to share

with the class. The class also has access to a forum so

they can communicate with each other.

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Richmond Test Studio

Some of the platforms also include access to Test

Studio, Richmond’s test generator which allows

teachers to create their own course-specific tests

both online and on paper. Tests can be by unit, block

of three units or for a complete level and can focus

on one individual skill or a selection of several. Once

ready, the tests can be branded with an institutional

logo and either printed or uploaded to the school’s

own VLE or the Richmond VLE.

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Business Skills

Jon Marks

2

Levels

TOTAL HOURS

45

BusinESS Skills are a collection of original and entertaining video modules

which present and practice five key business skills: Meetings, Presentations,

Negotiations, Socializing and Communications. The online course gives

students exposure to real-life business situations through engaging video

stories. They go on to look at the key language in detail and then get the

chance to try it out themselves in the innovative “Now it’s your turn” section.

Each module contains activities at two different levels, allowing students to

work and develop at their own pace.

A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

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Key Features:

• Online access allowing students to work from multiple devices whenever they

want

• Activities at two different levels: Lower (A2–B1) and Upper

(B1+–B2)

• Entertaining video stories give students exposure to real-life business

situations

• Now it’s your turn section lets students record themselves in business

dialogues

• Institution package available with teacher’s notes and class activity

worksheets

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Access to the Business Skills products

• Student’s area with additional resources

For Teachers

• Teacher’s pack with class activities

• Teacher’s area with additional resources

Business Theories

Angela Lilley

A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

TOTAL HOURS

35

BusinESS Theories are an exciting new online series designed for business

studies students and working professionals with an interest in how business

works. Available across four levels (A2–B2), they explore a range of important

business theories and concepts. The products contain animated mini-lectures

and articles written by business specialists and university lecturers. They

also feature practice activities where students can apply what they have

learnt to practical situations, plus a range of additional activities that will help

students expand their business vocabulary. Topics include teamwork, change

management and motivation.

Key Features:

• Online access allowing students to work from multiple devices whenever

they want

• nteractive wordlist letting students create a personalised record of key

terms

• Graded exercises which help students of all levels understand important

concepts

• Glossary feature which lets students check the meaning of new words easily

• Institution package available with teacher’s notes and class activity

worksheets

Components

& Resources

For Students

• Access to the Business Theories products

• Student’s area with additional resources

For Teachers

• Teacher’s pack with class activities

• eacher’s area with additional resources


Grow your students’

potential with TOEFL ®

Interactive Test Preparation

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Online interactive English language learning

material that is fully integrated with

Richmond course books

20 hours course of skill building

Fully aligned with the TOEFL® Junior

and TOEFL® Primary tests

The modules include one practice test

Discover potential. Expand global opportunity.

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Richmond Mazes

James Styring, Alastair Lane and Victoria Boobyer

A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

LEVELS

4

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ISBN: 9788466817448

ISBN: 9788466817431

ISBN: 9788466818513

APP

The Richmond Mazes are a brand-new series of interactive readers with a difference. Available as both apps

and printed readers, they offer students a challenging but fun way of improving and extending their knowledge

of the English language. Each one focuses on a realistic scenario from the world of work. Each original piece of

fiction offers students a series of choices, allowing them to steer their own path through the story and create

alternative outcomes. They can win bonus points by selecting the most appropriate route or even be sent back

to the very beginning if they make the wrong choice! The lively range of characters and surprising storylines will

keep readers hooked for hours.

Key Features:

• Graded language to suit students at all four levels

• Glossary section with explanations of key business vocabulary

• Focus on working situations helps students see business language in context

• Rich mixture of audio and colour illustrations brings the stories to life

• “My-route” option lets students re-read the maze and explore alternative endings

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Ready, Set, Go!

Readers

Ready, Set, Go! is a reading program designed to encourage preschoolers to interact with words and pictures. The

books have been carefully graded to include three levels of reading proficiency. Titles at each level are arranged

into four themes that young readers will find both familiar and interesting.

Level 2 (K1)

Level 2 (K1)

Level 2 (K1)

Level 2 (K1)

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My Clothes

ISBN: 9786070606014

Farm Animals

ISBN: 9786070606021

What Shape Is It?

ISBN: 9786070606038 Helping My Family

ISBN: 9786070606052

Level 3 (K2)

Level 3 (K2)

Level 3 (K2)

Level 3 (K2)

My New School

ISBN: 9786070606069

Wild Animals

ISBN: 9786070606045

Everyday Jobs

ISBN: 9786070606403

How Do We Get There?

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ROMEO AND JULIET

LEVEL 4

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William Shakespeare

Johnny English Reborn

ISBN 9781407133720

The Pink Panther

ISBN: 9788466818704

Romeo and Juliet

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Barack Obama

ISBN: 9781906861155

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‘Our family has a secret,’ my dad said.

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127 Hours

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Dark of the Moon

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Vanity Fair

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Nowhere Boy

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