Titles to suit even the most demanding of teenage classes.
The series includes cross-cultural lessons, grammar, vocabulary or skill development, games, raps and communicative activities and everyday, practical English.
Tried and tested by teachers around the world, these are full of imaginative, lively activities and perfect for introducing, consolidating or practising recently taught structures and lexical sets.
Many books come with audio CDs, or with a free poster to brighten up your classroom walls!
A comprehensive collection of 40 ready-to-go combined skills worksheets closely adhering to the Common European Framework descriptors at A1 and A2 levels.
This invaluable resource provides focused, communicative practice of all four skills for teenage students at CEF level B1. All lessons have vocabulary activities and culminate in speaking and writing tasks.
This rich resource provides grammar practice activities for the mixed-ability class covering the main Elementary, Pre-Intermediate and Intermediate structures. Each lesson contains three graded levels of activity based around each structure.
This fascinating title presents highlights of British history in a way which will directly appeal to teenage students. Topics include Crazy Kings and Cool Queens, Worst Wars and Dreadful Disasters. Students are prompted to link historical events to present day situations, and personal project suggestions are included.
An ideal resource for assessing students’ progress at any stage during their secondary-level English studies, this resource book provides a series of tests which assess students’ ability against the Common European Framework descriptors at A1, A2, B1 and B2 levels.
Aimed at students who have 1 to 3+ years of English, age group of 11-16 years old. The book is divided into five sections: Geography, Science, History, Life Skills and Maths. The activities in the book aim to practise and extend the student’s knowledge of English and the other subject area. The activities are stimulating, interesting and fun.
This informative resource presents aspects of lifestyle and culture in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and South Africa from a teenage perspective. Each country is viewed through a range of topics, including sport, food and folklore. A CD of the principal texts and interviews, recorded by native speakers, is included.
This stimulating resource provides a real insight into everyday culture, customs and lifestyle from the UK and Ireland presented through activities, reading texts and communicative games.
This book contains a motivating range of communicative activities based around listenings for Elementary to Pre-Intermediate level students.
A collection of literary extracts from 14 major English novels that span nearly 200 years, accompanied by photocopiable language exploitation pages. Each unit exploits a different theme and provides a wide variety of language practice, as well as developing reading skills, summary techniques, and stylistic appreciation.
This book provides 14 authentic extracts from modern and classical literature, each exploring a different theme, from the best of English authors and novels. Each extract is accompanied by useful background information on the authors and the context of their novels. The extracts are followed by two photocopiable exercises and include a wide variety of language practice. All the extracts are read aloud on the accompanying audio component.
An enjoyable, exciting and interactive introduction to British culture with lots of photocopiable exercises and activities. Many traditional celebrations are covered such as Pancake Day, Christmas and Bonfire Night as well as more contemporary events including the Notting Hill Carnival, Chinese New Year and Ramadan.
A wealth of activities based on reading and listening realia (authentic or simulated-authentic) at an elementary to upper-intermediate level. Supports teachers presenting a ‘Background to Britain’ through a range of authentic and semi-authentic maps, menus, and street plans. The book presents real cities, real events, and real people.
Timesaver Games contains dozens of timesaving and motivating, photocopiable activities for immediate use in the classroom.
Aimed at students who have 0-1 years of English, age group of 11-12 years old. This book is designed to provide fun and stimulating grammar activities which teachers can use easily to complement their standard ELT syllabus.
A further resource of lively material to introduce and practise grammar at pre- and intermediate level. Includes logic problems, personality tests, quizzes, word searches, games, group and pair work tasks. The follow-up title to Timesaver Grammar Activities (Elementary).
This book contains a motivating range of communicative activities based around authentic and semi-authentic listenings for Intermediate to Advanced level students.
This book contains a variety of reading texts, activities and games on every aspect of London life – sightseeing, travel, sport, shopping, museums, galleries and, of course, on Londoners themselves.
A collection of over 50 entirely authentic games and puzzles, adapted for the ELT classroom. Students will love the quirky activities which give them real motivation to communicate.
A further collection of 25 raps providing fun and stimulating material to use in the teenage classroom. The raps will extend the student’s vocabulary and give extra practice in relevant structures.
This book is a selection of ready-made visual ideas with illustrative, photcopiable worksheets on topics including home, food and drink, holidays, occupations and schools, as well as realia such as maps and forms. There is also a section at the back with grammar activities. This book can be adapted for use at all levels.
A collection of articles from a variety of British newspapers covering themes from environment and war to food and shopping. Great material to get your students discussing the issues of the day!
Teenagers have no greater interest than themselves! One of the most compelling features of almost any teen magazine, anywhere in the world is the personality quiz. This book provides 50 of the most engaging personality quizzes covering all the areas of teenager interest including Love and Romance, Friendship, Travel and Adventure, Clothes and Fashion, Family, and more…
Fun and stimulating activities for both presentation and practice of the most commonly used phrasal verbs and idioms in English. Ideal for all classes and especially for students studying for exams.
Carefully chosen and professionally illustrated pictures prompt five types of easy-to-use activities and exercises: grammar points, stories and situations, opinions and imagination, pair and group work, vocabulary practice.
Fifteen engaging and motivating projects on wide ranging topics specifically at teenagers: from “Create a New Pop Group” to “Survive in the Jungle” and from “Design a New Outfit” (for a pop or sports star) to “Create a class Website”.
This essential resource is full of fun pronunciation activities aiming to improve students’ fluency and confidence and to equip them with the skills they need to understand and be understood in the world today.
ELT songs and jazz chants are now brought right up-to-date with 25 cool raps to support lexical and grammatical development. Fun activities with funny illustrations extend the language points, with a full index to help the teacher find the right rap.
Stimulating, up-to-date reading texts specifically aimed at teenagers learning English, covering a wide range of topics from Celebrities to Technology; and from Animals to Sport.
A photocopiable collection of stimulating, topical reading texts which are specifically aimed at teenagers learning English. A wide variety of text types (from detailed articles to cartoons – all from recent issues of Mary Glasgow’s EFL Magazines) are accompanied by lots of excellent teaching ideas and tasks to help teachers exploit these texts to the full.
Collection of fun speaking activities which will really motivate students to communicate in English. Activities include role plays, dialogues, discussions and speaking games, focusing on specific language areas as well as general communication.
This essential resource contains 24 picture stories each accompanied by a variety of mixed-skills tasks, culminating in the students writing their own version of the story. The stories cover various genres including reportage, human interest stories and comedy.
Teenagers live and breathe a world of sophisticated media with which traditional teaching materials struggle to compete. Teen Life – UK! brings highly motivating material – originally written for teenagers watching the UK’s Channel 5 – into your classroom.
This book provides a comprehensive collection of the main grammar points covered at elementary, pre-intermediate and intermediate levels, practised through a series of fun and lively picture prompts.
Aimed at students who have 0-1 years of English, age group of 11-12 years old. This book is designed to provide interesting and exciting grammar activities which teachers can use easily to complement their standard ELT syllabus.
Fun, simple activities which teachers can use with students to practise vocabulary. Covers a wide range of vocabulary topics and is ideal for presenting and practising vocabulary. Activities include crosswords, logic problems, personality tests, quizzes, word searches and board games, and can be used for self-study or homework, as well as supplementing course work.
Fun with writing for teenage students of English, with a wide variety of different types of writing: text messages, postcards, e-mails, letters, online chat room writing, and more…