Winging its way to you if you teach in 4e, the latest addition to our Shine Bright textbook collection: Shine Bright 4e. Check out the introductory video! You can see an extract of Shine Bright 4e online and find more information and a full specimen here. Don’t miss Our webinar on Wednesday 24 … Continue reading “Something Shiny is Coming: Shine Bright 4e”
Thank you for your wonderful feedback on our first Escape Games pack. You wanted more, and it’s coming very soon. Our new pack of three games for A1, A1+ and A2 levels will be available from 4 November. Immerse your students in an adventure that will get them working in teams, and in English, without … Continue reading “New Escape Games A1 > A2”
As a standalone activity or an introduction to our resource on the centenary of the BBC, this cleverly edited video provides the BBC’s answer to the question, “What is public-service broadcasting?” Or simply an introduction to the variety of programming that it has pioneered. If you show pupils the video on the Indy 100 news … Continue reading “This is Our BBC Video”
The BBC is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year: founded in 1922 to produce radio programmes, it’s become a major British cultural force across TV, radio and increasingly digital platforms. This B1 resource has students use the BBC 100 website to find out about the corporation, its history, faces and voices, then prepare a podcast … Continue reading “100 Years of the BBC”
We have news! Our Shine Bright textbook collection is going to be available at collège level, starting this year with Shine Bright 3e. A talented team of teachers and publishers have been working hard to bring you a book full of motivating themes and eye-catching visuals. Specimens will be arriving in schools before the end … Continue reading “Announcing: Shine Bright for Collège”
So you’ve heard of our Escape Games pack, but what does it really look like? We reveal all in this short video!
Thank you for all your interest in our new Escape Games pack for collège. Now it’s time to find out more as two of its authors present the concept and answer your questions in the replay of our 2 June webinar. Emma and Patrick describe their experience testing the games in class with their pupils … Continue reading “Escape Games Webinar”
Immerse your students in an adventure that will get them working in teams, and in English, without even noticing! Three escape games set in a haunted Scottish castle, on the Titanic and in London during evacuation from the Blitz are easy to put in place and full of cultural content for cycle 4. The Escape … Continue reading “Time to Escape”