Easy Talking Trinity is a three-level speaking series for young learners of English. There are ten lessons for each book. Each lesson focuses on a conversational topic from the Trinity GESE (Graded Exam of Spoken English) syllabus. Easy Talking Trinity motivates students to improve their speaking skills through fun and interactive topic-based lessons.
English Plus is a flexible and supportive course that builds confidence through graded practice. A supportive course that helps students of all abilities build confidence through graded practice. The flexible package makes it ideal for mixed-ability classes, and varying teaching loads. The starter level introduces your 10-11 year olds to English Plus and prepares them for level 1 by introducing basic grammar and key vocabulary. English Plus develops students' communication skills through a structured and methodical approach, helping students to achieve their individual learning outcomes in every lesson.
An English secondary course for students aged 12-16 years. English Plus is a flexible and supportive course that builds confidence through graded practice. English Plus develops students’ communication skills through a structured and methodical approach, helping students to achieve their individual learning outcomes in every lesson.
is a new six-level primary course based on the guiding principle that the contexts and situations where learners encounter English should be meaningful and relevant to them so that they draw on their own words, both real and imaginary. The units are clearly and simply structured and are divided equally between theory and fun practice. In addition to activities such as surveys, pair work and personalised writing, Beep gives students the chance to enjoy the learning experience through songs, chants, stories and games. It also ensures that the material caters for many different learning styles and levels of ability.
Grey Light came from between the bedroom curtains, like the light of an old black and white film. In it she could see boys and girls in coats. They were carrying packages, and some had bags over their shoulders. Who are these children? Where are they going? Are they real, or is Elise seeing ghosts from the past? And why did her father bring her to this little French village? What secrets does it hide?