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Contents Schools: Pre-Primary 10 Dictionaries52 Readers80 NEW Super Safari Cambridge Experience Readers: 10 Exams55 Schools: Primary/Juniors12 NEW Super Minds Presentation Plus DVD-ROM 12 NEW Super Minds Tests CD-ROM 12 NEW Kid’s Box Second edition Levels 3-6 14 Schools: Secondary/Seniors18 NEW Eyes Open 18 Adult29 NEW Cambridge English Empower 30 NEW face2face Second edition Presentation Plus 32 NEW Passages Third edition Academic Skills 39 40 NEW Cambridge English Key for Schools Practice Testbank NEW English for Academics 45 Professional and Vocational46 NEW Business Advantage eBooks 46 NEW Business Plus 48 TOEIC® and TOEFL®51 82 82 82 57, 71 NEW Cambridge English Preliminary for Schools Practice Testbank 57, 71 NEW Cambridge English First for Schools Practice Testbank 57, 71 NEW Cambridge English First Practice Testbank 57, 71 NEW Cambridge English Advanced Practice Testbank 57, 71 Skills84 NEW Present Yourself Second edition 85 NEW Writing Skills Interactive 85 NEW Cambridge English Prepare! 58 NEW Cambridge English Young Learners 9 68 Professional Development86 NEW Cambridge English Proficiency 2 69 Cambridge Handbooks for Language Teachers: NEW Cambridge IELTS 10 69 NEW First for Schools Trainer Second edition 70 NEW Discussions and More NEW Language Learning with Digital Video NEW First Trainer Second edition 70 NEW Advanced Trainer Second edition 70 NEW Fun for Starters, Movers and Flyers Third edition 60 NEW Compact First Second edition 61 NEW Compact First for Schools Second edition 61 NEW Compact Advanced 61 NEW Complete First Second edition eBook 62 NEW Complete Advanced Second edition eBook 62 English for Academic Purposes42 NEW London NEW As Others See Us NEW Sherlock NEW Grammar and Vocabulary for First and First for Schools 72 NEW Grammar and Vocabulary for Advanced 72 NEW Objective Advanced Fourth edition Presentation Plus 64 NEW Objective Proficiency Second edition Presentation Plus 64 NEW The Official Cambridge Guide to IELTS App 66 87 87 Cambridge Applied Linguistics: NEW Multilingual Education 89 English Profile Studies: NEW Immigrant Pupils Learn English NEW The CEFR in Practice 89 89 NEW Key Issues in Language Teaching Paperback edition 88 International Exams / English Resources IGSE®92 Title and Author Index93 Grammar / Vocabulary / Agents and Stockists 97 Pronunciation73 NEW Essential Grammar in Use Fourth edition 73 NEW Essential Grammar in Use Fourth edition eBook 73 NEW Essential Grammar in Use Supplementary Exercises Third edition 73 Key to symbols eSample available online American English App Cambridge English Corpus (see page 5) Presentation Plus – Classroom Presentation Software Cambridge Learning Management System (see page 7) Please see inside back cover for information about titles that are suitable for ESOL and EAL classes in the UK or Ireland englishprofile.org Online Workbook eBook There are more than a billion people in the world learning English, and more needing to learn every day. 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These digital tools benefit your students with a dynamic learning experience, and help free up your time to do what you do best – teach! PRESENTATION PLUS EBOOKS NEW! CAMBRIDGE DICTIONARIES ONLINE Cambridge Dictionaries Online is the world’s most popular online dictionary, offering our corpus-informed dictionaries and grammar resources in one online platform, freely available, and continually updated. It offers an extensive range of bilingualised dictionaries, UK and US audio pronunciations, a thesaurus and complete grammar guide, along with a featured ‘Word of the Day’ and interesting articles on the English Language. A growing range of our titles are available in eBook format, ready for you and your students to enjoy anytime, anywhere, on your favourite electronic device. A full list can be found online at cambridge.org/ebooks Presentation Plus™ is a powerful, easy-to-use interactive classroom presentation tool that helps you plan and deliver more effective, engaging, and dynamic lessons. Now you can present the complete Student’s Book content, play embedded video and audio programs, annotate lessons, and even link to online resources and the Cambridge Learning Management System* – just point and click! *Presentation Plus tools and functions may differ from one program to another. Look for specific features listed along with your Cambridge product descriptions. ONLINE RESOURCES Visit and bookmark dictionary.cambridge.org Visit cambridge.org/cambridgeenglish to find our full suite of titles and products, plus a comprehensive range of downloadable teacher resources. Our resources include fun class activities, lesson plans, worksheets, plus audio and video materials to enhance your teaching. 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COURSE 8 CAMBRIDGE EXAMS PAGE CEFR LEVEL Hippo and Friends Pre-starters 11 Pre-A1 – – – – – – NEW Super Safari Pre-starters 10 Pre-A1 – – – – – – Super Minds Starters Movers Flyers Preliminary (for Schools) 12 Pre-A1 A1 A2 B1 – – – NEW Kid’s Box Second edition Starters Movers Flyers 14 Pre-A1 A1 A2 – – – – Primary Colours Starters Movers Flyers 16 Pre-A1 A1 A2 – – – – The English Ladder Starters Movers 16 Pre-A1 A1 – – – – – Playway to English Second edition Starters Movers 16 Pre-A1 A1 – – – – – NEW Eyes Open Key (for Schools) Preliminary (for Schools) 18 – A1 A2 B1 B1+ – – MORE! Second edition Movers Key (for Schools) Preliminary (for Schools) 20 – A1 A2 B1 – – – Your Space Movers Key (for Schools) 22 – A1 A2 – – – – Messages Movers Key (for Schools) Preliminary (for Schools) 23 – A1 A2 B1 – – – English in Mind Second edition Movers Key (for Schools) Preliminary (for Schools) First (for Schools) Advanced 24 – A1 A2 B1 – B2 C1 Interactive Key (for Schools) Preliminary (for Schools) First (for Schools) 26 – – A2 B1 – B2 – For more information about our digital products see page 6 Schools: Pre-Primary Join Super Safari for a super start to learning A1 ‘Think!’ pages develop thinking skills NEW Super Safari Herbert Puchta, Günter Gerngross and Peter Lewis-Jones COMPLETE BEGINNER 90 hours extendable to 180 Based on the successful pedagogy of Super Minds, Super Safari supports children as young as three on their first learning adventure. With its holistic approach of “becoming smart” the course supports all aspects of learners’ development by improving their memory, thinking and motorsensory skills as well as language and social skills. •“Becoming smart” approach develops children’s thinking skills, memory, concentration and creativity Super Safari Pupil’s Book 2 •Lovable characters and colourful stories introduce children to new language as well as sharing, working together and other social values Plan and deliver super lessons with interactive content and interactive whiteboard tools •Children will also love songs, creative arts and crafts and TPR activities which make learning fun and develop their motor-sensory skills Available as a DVD-ROM or an App •Teaching English with phonics gives children the building blocks for fluent reading and spelling skills •With engaging CLIL sections young learners discover the fascinating world around them Resources for learners •Engaging animations of songs and fun games in every unit on the Pupil’s Book DVD-ROM Resources for teachers •Presentation Plus – this powerful interface puts all your student and teaching resources in one place: complete course content, teacher resources, interactive whiteboard tools, and video and audio programs, all on one easy-to-use platform Super Safari Presentation Plus With cross-curricular (CLIL) pages children discover the world around them in English •DVD for teachers with animated stories and songs to keep children engaged cambridge.org/supersafari Available in American English • NEW Super Safari American English Visit our website or contact your Cambridge University Press representative for details. cambridge.org/supersafari/ame Super Safari Pupil’s Book 2 10 For more information about our digital products see page 6 Schools: Pre-Primary Engaging stories introduce children to social values A1 Hippo and Friends A popular pre-school course for 3–5 year-olds Claire Selby with Lesley McKnight Super Safari Pupil’s Book 2 Family Fun content engages parents and children in fun learning activities at home COMPLETE BEGINNER 60 teaching hours, extendable to 80 hours Hippo and Friends uses a song and story-based approach to introduce language to children in a way that comes naturally at this age. Actions and activities further reinforce learning. The four lovable characters, Hippo, Monkey, Dog and Cat, provide a safe and friendly setting for each English lesson. cambridge.org/hippo Super Safari Pupil’s Book 1 NEW Super Safari Available January 2015 Pupil's Book with DVD-ROM Activity Book Teacher's Book Class Audio CDs (2) Flashcards (Pack of 40) Flashcards (Pack of 71) Flashcards (Pack of 78) Presentation Plus DVD-ROM DVD-ROM Posters (10) Parrot Puppet Level 1 978-1-107-47667-7 978-1-107-47669-1 978-1-107-47670-7 978-1-107-47673-8 978-1-107-47679-0 – – 978-1-107-47682-0 978-1-107-47687-5 978-1-107-47729-2 – See also • Cambridge Storybooks Page 17 • Monty’s Alphabet Book Page 15 For more information about our digital products see page 6 Level 2 978-1-107-47688-2 978-1-107-47689-9 978-1-107-47690-5 978-1-107-47691-2 – 978-1-107-47692-9 – 978-1-107-47699-8 978-1-107-47704-9 – – Level 3 978-1-107-47707-0 978-1-107-47708-7 978-1-107-47709-4 978-1-107-47712-4 – – 978-1-107-47716-2 978-1-107-47720-9 978-1-107-47728-5 – – Levels 1-3 – – – – – – – – – – 978-1-107-47732-2 Starter Pupil’s Book Teacher’s Book Audio CD Flashcards (pack of 41) Story Posters (pack of 6) Photocopiable Extras 978-0-521-68004-2 978-0-521-68005-9 978-0-521-68006-6 978-0-521-68007-3 978-0-521-68008-0 978-0-521-68009-7 Level 1 Pupil’s Book Teacher’s Book Audio CD Flashcards (pack of 64) Story Posters (pack of 9) Photocopiable Extras 978-0-521-68010-3 978-0-521-68011-0 978-0-521-68012-7 978-0-521-68013-4 978-0-521-68014-1 978-0-521-68015-8 Level 2 Pupil’s Book Teacher’s Book Audio CD Flashcards (pack of 64) Story Posters (pack of 9) Photocopiable Extras 978-0-521-68016-5 978-0-521-68017-2 978-0-521-68018-9 978-0-521-68019-6 978-0-521-68020-2 978-0-521-68021-9 All Levels Hippo Puppet 978-0-521-68022-6 In Spain Hippo and Friends is produced and distributed in association with Ediciones SM. Please contact Ediciones SM for details: cambridge-sm.net 11 Schools: Primary/Juniors Enhances children’s thinking skills and creativity A1 A2 B1 Super Minds Herbert Puchta, Günter Gerngross and Peter Lewis-Jones COMPLETE BEGINNER TO PRE-INTERMEDIATE 200 teaching hours, extendable to 320 hours Nominated British Council ELTons Awards 2013: Excellence in Course Innovation Written by a highly respected author team, Super Minds has been carefully crafted to help your students achieve their full potential. Engaging characters accompany learners on their journey, each with special super powers. As the students grow, so do the characters, and new faces are introduced every two levels. Digital resources for teachers •NEW Presentation Plus – this powerful interface puts all your student and teaching resources in one place: complete course content, teacher resources, interactive whiteboard tools, video and audio programs, and access to the Cambridge Learning Management System, all on one easy-to-use platform •NEW Online LMS to track pupils’ progress and develop your skills with online teacher training •NEW Tests CD-ROMs with unit tests, review tests and end-of-level tests See also • Teaching Young Learners to Think Page 17 • Cambridge Young Readers Page 17 cambridge.org/superminds Available in American English • Super Minds American English •The course methodically enhances your students’ thinking skills, training their memory and improving their concentration cambridge.org/superminds/ame •Lively stories give children the opportunity to explore social values •Language is developed creatively through the levels with activities such as role play and project work Bring your classes to life with all of the course resources and interactive whiteboard tools in one convenient place •Two-page CLIL sections encourage students to apply English to the world around them Available as a DVD-ROM or an App Digital resources for learners •NEW Online activities (levels 1-6) reinforce essential language points •The Student’s Book DVD-ROM features interactive games and activities including animations of stories from the Student’s Book (Starter to Level 4) or documentaries (Levels 5 and 6), video-based activities, lively songs (with karaoke versions), and fun activities focusing on the key vocabulary and grammar of each unit Also available • Super Safari Perfect preparation for Super Minds. Super Minds Presentation Plus 2 12 For more information about our digital products see page 6 Schools: Primary/Juniors Children explore social values with friendly characters and lively stories “At last! A course book that makes students think!” Lilian Karamariou, Teacher, Greece CLIL sections develop thinking skills and bring the world into the classroom Super Minds Presentation Plus 2 Super Minds Student’s Book 2 Super Minds Student’s Book with DVD-ROM Workbook with Online Resources Teacher’s Book Teacher’s Resource Book with Audio CD* Class Audio CDs (3) Flashcards (78)** NEW Posters (10) NEW Presentation Plus DVD-ROM NEW Tests CD-ROM Starter Level 1 Level 2 978-0-521-14852-8 978-0-521-14855-9 978-0-521-14859-7 978-0-521-14853-5 978-0-521-14857-3 978-0-521-14860-3 978-0-521-21433-9 978-0-521-22061-3 978-0-521-21957-0 978-1-107-64013-9 978-1-107-66604-7 978-1-107-68367-9 978-0-521-21434-6 978-0-521-22136-8 978-1-107-67406-6 978-0-521-22163-4 978-0-521-22026-2 978-0-521-21941-9 ***978-1-107-42782-2 ***978-1-107-42782-2 ***978-1-107-42782-2 978-1-107-44119-4 978-1-107-44123-1 978-1-107-44126-2 Levels 1-2 978-1-107-42962-8 Levels 3-4 978-1-107-42963-5 Level 3 978-0-521-22168-9 978-0-521-22169-6 978-0-521-21927-3 978-1-107-63396-4 978-0-521-21973-0 – 978-1-107-42982-6 978-1-107-44129-3 Level 4 978-0-521-22218-1 978-0-521-22238-9 978-0-521-21750-7 978-1-107-69376-0 978-0-521-21751-4 – 978-1-107-42980-2 978-1-107-44130-9 Level 5 978-0-521-22335-5 978-0-521-22375-1 978-0-521-21616-6 978-1-107-65949-0 978-0-521-21624-1 – 978-1-107-42977-2 978-1-107-44131-6 Level 6 978-0-521-22387-4 978-0-521-22398-0 978-0-521-21518-3 978-1-107-67749-4 978-0-521-21587-9 – 978-0-521-21472-8 978-1-107-44133-0 Levels 5-6 978-1-107-42964-2 *Teacher’s Resource Book Starter Level is not accompanied by an Audio CD **Flashcards (103) for Levels 1 and 2 ***Posters (15) for Starter, Levels 1 and Level 2 (combined) Greek wordlists are available for all levels. Please contact the Athens office for more details For more information about our digital products see page 6 13 Schools: Primary/Juniors The fun course for seriously good results! Digital resources for learners •Online activities (levels 1-6) reinforce essential language points •CD-ROM activities accompany the Starter level Class Book A1 A2 •The award-nominated Interactive DVD reinforces language in a fun and memorable way with animations, songs and games NEW Kid’s Box Second edition Caroline Nixon and Michael Tomlinson COMPLETE BEGINNER TO HIGH ELEMENTARY Tests CD-ROMs •Prepare students for YLE and track their progress •General English and YLE-based tests with answer keys and audio for listening Suitable for YLE preparation 100 teaching hours, extendable to 250 hours Nominated British Council ELTons Awards 2009: For Interactive DVD Loved by children and teachers the world over, Kid’s Box is bursting with bright ideas to inspire you and your pupils. Perfect for general use, it also fully covers the Cambridge Young Learners English (YLE) tests syllabus, preparing students for success at Starters, Movers and Flyers. •Customisable unit tests •Review and end-of-level tests cambridge.org/kidsbox NEW in the Second edition: •Presentation Plus – this powerful interface puts all your student and teaching resources in one place: complete course content, teacher resources, interactive whiteboard tools, video and audio programs, and access to the Cambridge Learning Management System, all on one easy-to-use platform •Online activities for every unit – work can be tracked and reviewed in the online learning management system (LMS) •CLIL sections build children’s knowledge of other subjects through English and Values pages develop their social awareness •Phonics sections improve reading, spelling and pronunciation skills •Starter level provides extra pre-literacy support Kid’s Box Second edition Class Book with CD-ROM Pupil's Book Activity Book with Online Resources Teacher's Book Class Audio CDs Teacher's Resource Book with Online Audio Flashcards (103*) Language Portfolio Interactive DVD (NTSC) with Teacher's Booklet NEW Presentation Plus DVD-ROM Posters Tests CD-ROM and Audio CD Monty's Alphabet Book Starter 978-1-107-65986-5 – – 978-1-107-69032-5 978-1-107-64373-4 978-1-107-67220-8 978-1-107-66022-9 – 978-1-107-63114-4 978-1-107-67694-7 978-1-107-66603-0 Level 1 – 978-1-107-61757-5 978-1-107-68940-4 978-1-107-63625-5 978-1-107-64752-7 978-1-107-67239-0 978-1-107-68826-1 978-1-107-64976-7 978-1-107-66588-0 978-1-107-69823-9 – Levels 1 and 2 978-1-107-65891-2 978-1-107-65840-0 Level 2 – 978-1-107-64497-7 978-1-107-67161-4 978-1-107-66840-9 978-1-107-64304-8 978-1-107-68082-1 978-1-107-68044-9 978-1-107-67499-8 978-1-107-63540-1 978-1-107-65744-1 – NEW Level 3 – 978-1-107-65450-1 978-1-107-64400-7 978-1-107-65248-4 978-1-107-65464-8 978-1-107-66647-4 978-1-107-67585-8 978-1-107-64380-2 978-1-107-69691-4 978-1-107-43187-4 – Levels 3 and 4 978-1-107-61806-0 – NEW Level 4 – 978-1-107-65685-7 978-1-107-66146-2 978-1-107-62905-9 978-1-107-66711-2 978-1-107-65849-3 978-1-107-66611-5 978-1-107-65461-7 978-1-107-65564-5 978-1-107-43244-4 – NEW Level 5 – 978-1-107-62891-5 978-1-107-69911-3 978-1-107-66921-5 978-1-107-67521-6 978-1-107-62962-2 – 978-1-107-65724-3 978-1-107-66372-5 978-1-107-43250-5 –– Levels 5 and 6 978-1-107-68132-3 – NEW Level 6 – 978-1-107-66983-3 978-1-107-63615-6 978-1-107-65463-1 978-1-107-64502-8 978-1-107-66629-0 – 978-1-107-63229-5 978-1-107-66995-6 978-1-107-43252-9 NEW Levels available January 2015 *Flashcards (109) for Level 3 Kid’s Box First edition is still available. Visit our website for details. French, Polish, Spanish and Greek versions are also available. Please contact your local Cambridge University Press representative for details. Greek wordlists are available for all levels. Please contact the Athens office for more details. 14 For more information about our digital products see page 6 Schools: Primary/Juniors Kid’s Box Pre-Junior Kid’s Box Junior A Starters Kid’s Box Junior B ISBN 978 0 521 51574 0 ISBN 978 0 521 00693 4 Pre-Junior level Pupil’s Book Activity Book Teacher’s Book Monty’s Alphabet Book Audio CDs Flashcards Interactive DVD www.cambridge.org/kidsbox Communicative activities bring the language to life You could also try: Cambridge ESOL exams Kid’s Box Pre-Junior Kid’s Box Junior A Kid’s Box Junior B Starters ISBN 978 0 521 61358 3 ISBN 978 0 521 51574 0 ISBN 978 0 521 75205 3 Junior A Pupil’s Book Activity Book (with CD-ROM) Teacher’s Book (with Tests CD) Companion (with Audio CD) Audio CDs Interactive DVD Flashcards Pre-Junior Fantastic songs and stories introduce new language ‘Say it with Stella’ sections make pronunciation practice fun Topic sections in every unit give pupils an introduction to learning other subjects through English CMYK CMYK ISBN 13: 9780521688079 KIDS BOX PUPILS BOOK 2 CMYK ISBN 13: 9780521758055 KIDS BOX PUPILS BOOK 1 Cambridge ESOL exams Festival lessons provide an insight into different cultures ‘Our world’ cross-curricular sections build on children’s knowledge of the world outside the classroom www.cambridge.org/kidsbox This edition of Kid’s Box ensures that the needs of the Greek-speaking learner are reflected in the new content and unique sections dedicated to problematic areas of the English language. In the Pupil’s Book: JUNIOR B You could also try: ‘Say it with Monty’ sections make pronunciation practice fun PUPIL’S BOOK Communicative activities bring the language to life ‘Let’s learn!’ lessons give pupils reinforced practice of numbers, letters and colours Fantastic songs and stories introduce new language JUNIOR A PRE-JUNIOR ‘Our world’ cross-curricular sections build on children’s knowledge of the world outside the classroom Pre-Junior level gives children a gentle introduction to reading and writing. This exciting course gives children a confident start to learning English, and makes lessons a joy for teachers. Perfect for general use, Kid’s Box also fully covers the syllabus of the Cambridge Young Learners English (YLE) tests. In the Pupil’s Book: KID’S BOX Festival lessons provide an insight into different cultures Kid’s Box is bursting with bright ideas to inspire you and your pupils! PUPIL’S BOOK ‘Say it with Monty’ sections make pronunciation practice fun Alphabet activities give pupils extra practice of numbers and letters PUPIL’S BOOK Fantastic songs and stories introduce new language Kid’s Box is bursting with bright ideas to inspire you and your pupils! This exciting course gives children a confident start to learning English, and makes lessons a joy for teachers. Perfect for general use, Kid’s Box also fully covers the syllabus of the Cambridge Young Learners English (YLE) tests. This edition of Kid’s Box ensures that the needs of the Greek-speaking learner are reflected in the new content and unique sections dedicated to problematic areas of the English language. In the Pupil’s Book: KID’S BOX KID’S BOX This edition of Kid’s Box ensures that the needs of the Greek-speaking learner are reflected in the new content and unique sections dedicated to problematic areas of the English language. ISBN 13: 9780521758871 KIDS BOX PUPILS BOOK 3 Kid’s Box is bursting with bright ideas to inspire you and your pupils! This exciting course gives children a confident start to learning English, and makes lessons a joy for teachers. Perfect for general use, Kid’s Box also fully covers the syllabus of the Cambridge Young Learners English (YLE) tests. NIXON & TOMLINSON NIXON & TOMLINSON Available as a DVD-ROM or an App NIXON & TOMLINSON Presentation Plus has all the digital resources and interactive whiteboard tools you need to bring your classes to life Communicative activities bring the language to life You could also try: www.cambridge.org/kidsbox Cambridge ESOL exams Kid’s Box Pre-Junior Kid’s Box Junior A Starters Kid’s Box Junior B ISBN 978 0 521 75229 9 ISBN 978 0 521 75231 2 Junior B Pupil’s Book Activity Book (with CD-ROM) Teacher’s Book (with Tests CD) Companion (with Audio CD) Audio CDs Interactive DVD Flashcards Junior A Junior B A1 A2 Kid’s Box Greek edition Caroline Nixon and Michael Tomlinson COMPLETE BEGINNER TO HIGH ELEMENTARY Suitable for YLE Preparation 100 teaching hours, extendable to 200 hours Kid’s Box gives children a confident start to learning English, and makes lessons a joy for teachers. Perfect for general use, it also fully covers the syllabus of the Cambridge English: Young Learners (YLE) tests. The course has been fully adapted to provide you with Pre-Junior, Junior A and Junior B levels. This new edition ensures that the needs of Greekspeaking learners are reflected in the new content and unique sections dedicated to problematic areas of the English Language. The loveable characters will delight young learners as they introduce new language through amusing stories, fantastic songs and activities. •Full colour posters for every unit helps pupils practise unit language •Tests CD-ROM and Audio CDs now available Presentation Plus Kid’s Box Second edition Presentation Plus 2 •Provides complete course content, including audio and video material, annotation tools, links to online resources and the ability to save your customized lessons to any computer anywhere. See also Monty’s Alphabet Book • Fun for Starters, Movers and Flyers Page 60 •Recognise and practise the formation of all the letters of the alphabet. Can be used to supplement Kid’s Box or with any course •Audio CD Also available cambridge.org/kidsbox/ame ISBN 13: 9780521688079 KIDS BOX PUPILS BOOK 2 CMYK ‘Our world’ cross-curricular sections build on children’s knowledge of the world outside the classroom ‘Let’s learn!’ lessons give pupils reinforced practice of numbers, letters and colours Festival lessons provide an insight into different cultures Communicative activities bring the language to life JUNIOR A • NEW Kid’s Box Second edition American English A seven-level American English version of Kid’s Box is also available Fantastic songs and stories introduce new language ‘Say it with Monty’ sections make pronunciation practice fun PUPIL’S BOOK This edition of Kid’s Box ensures that the needs of the Greek-speaking learner are reflected in the new content and unique sections dedicated to problematic areas of the English language. KID’S BOX Available in American English •Companions for Junior A and Junior B levels provide students with extra vocabulary and grammar support as well as a Songs and Pronunciation Kid’s Box is bursting with bright ideas to inspire you and your pupils! This exciting course gives children a confident start to learning English, and makes lessons a joy for teachers. Perfect for general use, Kid’s Box also fully covers the syllabus of the Cambridge Young Learners English (YLE) tests. In the Pupil’s Book: • Super Safari Perfect preparation for Kid’s Box. Companions NIXON & TOMLINSON • Monty’s Alphabet Book can be used to supplement Kid’s Box – or with any course at this level – to help children recognise and practise the Roman alphabet. www.cambridge.org/kidsbox You could also try: Cambridge ESOL exams Kid’s Box Pre-Junior Kid’s Box Junior A Kid’s Box Junior B Starters ISBN 978 0 521 51574 0 ISBN 978 0 521 61358 3 ISBN 978 0 521 75205 3 Junior A Pupil’s Book Activity Book (with CD-ROM) Teacher’s Book (with Tests CD) Companion (with Audio CD) Audio CDs Interactive DVD Flashcards Junior A Kid’s Box Greek edition Pupil's Book Activity Book Activity Book with CD-ROM Companion with Audio CD Teacher's Book Teacher's Book with Tests Audio CD Audio CDs Flashcards (pack of 123) Flashcards Junior A & B (pack of 243) Interactive DVD Level 1 Presentation Plus CD-ROM Monty's Alphabet Book For more information about our digital products see page 6 Pre-Junior 978-0-521-75805-5 978-0-521-75808-6 Junior A 978-0-521-75866-6 Junior B 978-0-521-75887-1 978-0-521-75869-7 978-0-521-75883-3 978-0-521-75897-0 978-0-521-75908-3 978-0-521-75873-4 978-0-521-75876-5 978-0-521-75901-4 978-0-521-75904-5 978-0-521-75880-2 978-0-521-75880-2 978-1-107-60501-5 978-1-107-60506-0 978-0-521-75812-3 978-0-521-75815-4 978-0-521-75859-8 978-0-521-68833-8 Pre-Junior/Junior A 978-0-521-75862-8 15 Schools: Primary/Juniors A1 A2 A1 A1 Primary Colours The English Ladder Playway to English Diana Hicks and Andrew Littlejohn Susan House, Katharine Scott and Paul House Second edition COMPLETE BEGINNER TO HIGH ELEMENTARY BEGINNER TO LOW-ELEMENTARY Strong focus on cognitive development 70 teaching hours, extendable to 150 hours 60 teaching hours, extendable to 80 hours Help your pupils take their first steps in English with Freddie the frog and the Fantastic family. Pupils’ language skills are developed through lively stories that can be acted out, valuable phonics practice, songs, tongue twisters, games and communication activities. Primary Colours gets your pupils thinking, making and doing things for themselves, right from the start. Motivating craft activities and project work give tangible evidence of their accomplishments, while engaging characters – along with adventurous stories, lively songs, puzzles and games – keep enthusiasm levels high. Carefully chosen topics encourage children to think about the world around them and, at higher levels, are linked to other subject areas in the school curriculum. Günter Gerngross and Herbert Puchta COMPLETE BEGINNER TO HIGH BEGINNER •The course grows with your pupils, switching from a story-based approach in Levels 1 and 2 to a topic focus in Levels 3 and 4 •The stories teach a values syllabus, introducing essential social concepts such as making friends The Starter level provides a full year of work and focuses on listening and speaking. Level 1 is for children who are ready to deal with all four skills. From level 4 onwards, learners integrate the skills they have learned through cross-curricular ‘Know it all’ sections, focusing on areas such as geography, history and science. •A CLIL feature in every unit focuses on core subjects such as science and maths, extending the pupils’ interaction with English •A cross-curricular focus, presented through interesting topics and engaging characters cambridge.org/englishladder •Regular revision pages, and ‘I can’ sections in the Activity Books allow children to evaluate their progress, giving them a real sense of achievement •The Teacher’s Book offers step-by-step guidance and contains a bank of extra materials and support, including an A-Z of teaching young learners Primary Colours Pupil’s Book Activity Book Teacher’s Book Class Audio CDs (2) Songs Audio CD Songs and Stories Audio CD Vocabulary Cards Greek Companion •Tests for the end of each unit and each level are available online along with worksheets for every unit, printable puppets and masks 80 teaching hours, extendable to 100 hours Packed with new features this Second edition retains the character that has made Playway such a classroom favourite. •Reading and writing are introduced in Level 2. The course initially builds confidence through listening and speaking •Songs, chants and Total Physical Response activities will captivate learners •New cross-curricular sections build children’s knowledge of the world outside the classroom •Language aims are revised with ‘Show what you can do’ sections, while ‘Word Play’ activities develop independent thinking cambridge.org/playway The English Ladder Pupil’s Book Activity Book with Songs Audio CD Teacher’s Book Audio CDs (2) Audio CDs (3) Flashcards (pack of 100) Story Cards (pack of 66) Flashcards (pack of 101) Story Cards (pack of 71) Flashcards (pack of 104) Level 1 978-1-107-40062-7 978-1-107-40063-4 978-1-107-40064-1 978-1-107-40065-8 – 978-1-107-40066-5 978-1-107-40067-2 – – – Level 2 978-1-107-40068-9 978-1-107-40069-6 978-1-107-40070-2 978-1-107-40071-9 – – – 978-1-107-40072-6 978-1-107-40073-3 - Level 3 978-1-107-40074-0 978-1-107-40075-7 978-1-107-40076-4 – 978-1-107-40077-1 – – – – 978-1-107-40078-8 Level 4 978-1-107-40079-5 978-1-107-40080-1 978-1-107-40081-8 – 978-1-107-40082-5 978-1-107-40083-2 – – – – Playway to English Pupil’s Book Activity Book with CD-ROM Teacher’s Book Teacher’s Resource Pack with Audio CD Class Audio CDs (3) Cards Pack DVD PAL DVD NTSC Max Puppet (All levels) Level 1 978-0-521-12996-1 978-0-521-12993-0 978-0-521-12990-9 978-0-521-12987-9 978-0-521-12984-8 978-0-521-12980-0 978-0-521-12971-8 978-0-521-12975-6 978-0-521-12967-1 Level 2 978-0-521-12964-0 978-0-521-13114-8 978-0-521-13111-7 978-0-521-13108-7 978-0-521-13106-3 978-0-521-13102-5 978-0-521-13098-1 978-0-521-13094-3 – Level 3 978-0-521-13117-9 978-0-521-13120-9 978-0-521-13122-3 978-0-521-13125-4 978-0-521-13128-5 978-0-521-13131-5 978-0-521-13134-6 978-0-521-13136-0 – Level 4 978-0-521-13139-1 978-0-521-13142-1 978-0-521-13145-2 978-0-521-13149-0 978-0-521-13152-0 978-0-521-13156-8 978-0-521-13160-5 978-0-521-13165-0 – Level 2 978-0-521-66733-3 978-0-521-66729-6 978-0-521-66725-8 978-0-521-75099-8 – 978-0-521-75102-5 978-0-521-53435-2 Level 3 978-0-521-66732-6 978-0-521-66728-9 978-0-521-66724-1 978-0-521-75100-1 – 978-0-521-75103-2 – – Level 4 978-0-521-69982-2 978-0-521-69983-9 978-0-521-69984-6 978-0-521-69985-3 – – – – Level 5 978-0-521-69989-1 978-0-521-69990-7 978-0-521-69991-4 978-0-521-69992-1 – – – – Starter 978-0-521-66735-7 978-0-521-66731-9 978-0-521-66727-2 978-0-521-75096-7 978-0-521-75097-4 – 978-0-521-66715-9 – Level 1 978-0-521-66734-0 978-0-521-66730-2 978-0-521-66726-5 978-0-521-75098-1 – 978-0-521-75101-8 978-0-521-66714-2 978-0-521-52163-5 Primary Colours Italian, Spanish and Middle East versions are available. Please contact your Cambridge University Press representative for details. 16 For more information about our digital products see page 6 Schools: Primary/Juniors A1 A1 A2 A1 A2 Join Us for English Primary i-Dictionary Primary i-Box Günter Gerngross and Herbert Puchta Anna Wieczorek with Garan Holcombe Caroline Nixon and Michael Tomlinson COMPLETE BEGINNER TO LOW ELEMENTARY LOW BEGINNER TO HIGH ELEMENTARY LOW BEGINNER TO HIGH ELEMENTARY Activities cater for multiple intelligences Suitable for YLE preparation Suitable for YLE preparation 60 teaching hours, extendable to 80 hours Primary i-Dictionary includes more than 300 words needed for Cambridge English: Young Learners (YLE) tests at each level. It contains pictures and pronunciation for the featured words in British and American English, as well as animated stories, songs (plus karaoke versions), printable worksheets* and flashcards. The Workbooks contain all the words from the corresponding CD-ROM plus practice activities. Nominated British Council ELTons Awards 2010 Based on the theory of Multiple Intelligences, this course contains a variety of activities to meet the needs of different learning styles, while cartoon stories, songs and action stories make lessons sparkle. Topics and culture pages teach children about life in English-speaking countries while ‘Project Time’ sections and writing activities (from level 2 onwards) create a content-rich, cross-curricular scheme of learning, based on CEFR guidelines. cambridge.org/joinus Join Us for English is published by Cambridge University Press in association with ELI. In Italy Join Us for English is produced and distributed by Eli, PO Box 6, 62019 Recanati, Italy. Tel: 071 750701. Please contact ELI for details. Primary i-Box contains customisable teacher-led games that allow you to select the vocabulary you want to practise. The CD-ROM includes key vocabulary from the Cambridge English: Young Learners (YLE) tests, and all spellings and pronunciation are given in both British and American English. Primary i-Dictionary CD-ROM (Single classroom) CD-ROM (Up to 10 classrooms) Workbook and DVD-ROM Pack** 1 (Starters) 978-1-107-61106-1 978-1-107-61107-8 978-1-107-65647-5 Primary i-Box CD-ROM (Starters, Movers and Flyers) 1 (Starters) 978-0-521-51574-0 2 (Movers) 978-0-521-17583-8 978-0-521-17584-5 978-1-107-64789-3 3 (Flyers) 978-0-521-17587-6 978-0-521-17588-3 978-1-107-68001-2 *not available with the Home user version **Starter Level is Workbook and CD-ROM Pack Join Us for English Pupil’s Book Activity Book Teacher’s Book Pupil’s Book Audio CD Songs Audio CD Activity Book Audio CD Flashcards (pack of 48) Flashcards (pack of 64) Language Portfolio DVD Starter 978-0-521-67905-3 978-0-521-67906-0 978-0-521-67907-7 978-0-521-67908-4 978-0-521-67909-1 978-0-521-67910-7 978-0-521-67911-4 – 978-0-521-67913-8 978-0-521-70400-7 Also available • Cambridge Young Readers cambridge.org/youngreaders Level 1 978-0-521-67915-2 978-0-521-67916-9 978-0-521-67917-6 978-0-521-67918-3 978-0-521-67919-0 978-0-521-67920-6 – 978-0-521-67921-3 978-0-521-67923-7 – Level 2 978-0-521-67925-1 978-0-521-67926-8 978-0-521-67927-5 978-0-521-67928-2 978-0-521-67929-9 – – – 978-0-521-67933-6 – Level 3 978-0-521-67937-4 978-0-521-67938-1 978-0-521-67939-8 978-0-521-67940-4 978-0-521-67941-1 – – – 978-0-521-67944-2 – See also • Cambridge Copy Collection: Younger Learners Page 86 Level 4 978-0-521-67947-3 978-0-521-67948-0 978-0-521-67949-7 978-0-521-67950-3 978-0-521-67951-0 – – – 978-0-521-67954-1 – Levels 1 and 2 – – – – – – – – – 978-0-521-70401-4 Levels 3 and 4 – – – – – – – – – 978-0-521-70402-1 Also available • Teaching Young Learners to Think Paperback978-1-107-63852-5 • Get on Stage! Teacher’s Book with Audio CD and DVD-ROM 978-1-107-63775-7 • Grammar Songs & Raps Paperback978-1-107-62518-1 • Cambridge Alphabet Book Paperback978-0-521-01024-5 cambridge.org/elt/primary For more information about our digital products see page 6 17 Schools: Secondary/Seniors Be curious. Discover. Learn. Presentation Plus for teachers Extra CLIL lessons with Discovery EducationTM videos enable students to extend their learning across content areas •This powerful interface puts all your student and teaching resources in one place: complete course content, teacher resources, interactive whiteboard tools, video and audio programs, and access to the Cambridge Learning Management System, all on one easy-to-use platform A1 A2 B1 B1+ NEW Eyes Open Ben Goldstein and Ceri Jones with Emma Heyderman, Eoin Higgins and David McKeegan •Digital Teacher’s Book and Teacher’s Resource Book allow ‘paper free’ planning FALSE BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE Lower Secondary 80-90 hours, extendable to 150 Developed in partnership with Discovery EducationTM, Eyes Open features high-interest video and real-world topics that will motivate students and spark their curiosity, making learning relevant and meaningful as they explore the wider world whilst accelerating their language skills. •High-interest video and stimulating global topics spark curiosity and engage and motivate teenage learners •Link to the online Learning Management System to track students’ progress and elevate your effectiveness with a specially-developed online teacher training course Eyes Open Combos •Eyes Open is also available as split edition Student’s Book and Workbook Combos, for courses with fewer available hours (40-45 hours, extendable to 75) cambridge.org/eyesopen •Additional CLIL lessons enable further extension and learning across the curriculum See also • Cambridge Discovery EducationTM Interactive Readers Page 80 •Productive skills are carefully developed through a progression of easy-to-follow activities which guide students towards written and spoken fluency Eyes Open Student’s Book 1 •Flexible teaching support for mixed ability classes includes graded tests and extra practice activities, plus Preliminary and Key for Schools exam-style tests Also available • NEW Uncover A new four level American English course developed in partnership with Discovery EducationTM Digital resources for learners •Extra online activities and games, linked to the Cambridge Learning Management System, extend and consolidate language cambridge.org/uncover •Interactive eBooks available Discover the world through video NEW Eyes Open Available from January 2015 Student’s Book with Online Workbook and Online Resources Student’s Book Workbook with Online Resources Teacher’s Book Class Audio CDs Video DVD Presentation Plus DVD •Four video clips in every unit bring the real world into the classroom in a dynamic and stimulating way, including: •Three documentary style Discovery EducationTM videos •A video modelling speaking with real teenagers expressing their views Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 978-1-107-46728-6 978-1-107-46749-1 978-1-107-46764-4 978-1-107-46781-1 978-1-107-46725-5 978-1-107-46733-0 978-1-107-46739-2 978-1-107-46741-5 978-1-107-46742-2 978-1-107-48606-5 978-1-107-46744-6 978-1-107-46750-7 978-1-107-46755-2 978-1-107-46759-0 978-1-107-46761-3 978-1-107-48823-6 978-1-107-46762-0 978-1-107-46773-6 978-1-107-46775-0 978-1-107-46776-7 978-1-107-46779-8 978-1-107-48942-4 978-1-107-46780-4 978-1-107-46782-8 978-1-107-46783-5 978-1-107-46786-6 978-1-107-46787-3 978-1-107-49052-9 Presentation Plus applications and Online Workbook with Online materials are also available. Please contact your local Cambridge representative for more information. ebook versions of the Student’s Book and Workbook are also available. For more information please visit cambridge.org/ebooks. Combo with Online Resources Level 1A Level 1B Level 2A Level 2B Level 3A Level 3B Level 4A Level 4B 978-1-107-48601-0 978-1-107-48604-1 978-1-107-48818-2 978-1-107-48820-5 978-1-107-48938-7 978-1-107-48940-0 978-1-107-49047-5 978-1-107-49050-5 ebook versions of the Combo editions are also available. For more information please visit cambridge.org/ebooks. 18 For more information about our digital products see page 6 Schools: Secondary/Seniors From the Kung Fu school in China to winter in Siberia – explore how teenagers live in cultures from around the world through Discover Culture pages Exclusive videos from Discovery EducationTM bring high-interest global topics to life for students ‘Your turn’ communicative activities personalise learning and activate language skills Eyes Open Student’s Book 1 ‘Real Talk’ videos provide a model of real teenagers using target spoken language Dedicated speaking and writing pages in every unit guide students towards written and spoken fluency Eyes Open Student’s Book 1 For more information about our digital products see page 6 19 Schools: Secondary/Seniors A1 A2 B1 MORE! Second edition Herbert Puchta, Jeff Stranks, Günter Gerngross, Christian Holzmann and Peter Lewis-Jones Presentation Plus •Provides the complete Student’s Book content with built-in annotation tools and embedded audio in an easy-to-operate format for interactive whiteboards or computers and projectors. cambridge.org/more Available in American English • American MORE! First edition Four level edition, 80–90 teaching hours per level Combo edition, 40–45 teaching hours • American MORE! First edition Six-level edition 50–60 hours cambridge.org/americanmore FALSE BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE Lower Secondary 80–90 teaching hours, extendable to 140 With fresh content throughout and a greater focus on communication skills, this fully updated edition of MORE! is bursting with features to capture young learners’ imaginations. MORE! Second edition continues to encourage reading for pleasure with new engaging texts and a fun, original detective story in levels 1 and 2. Culture sections with mini-projects and a strong integration of CLIL in each lesson inspire learners’ natural curiosity. Interactive content and interactive whiteboard tools help you bring your class to life Available on a DVD-ROM. Windows and Mac iOS compatible MORE! Second edition offers: •Photostories, skills pages and reading texts throughout •More communication and skills practice to boost students’ fluency and confidence to speak •‘Learning to learn’ and ‘Exam practice’ sections in the Workbook to boost learners’ autonomy and exams results •‘Extra Reading’ sections progress across the levels taking learners from light stories to literature Cyber Homework MORE! Second edition Presentation Plus 1 •Fully updated to match the Student’s Book content, Cyber Homework allows students to complete and submit their homework online and makes it easy for teachers to mark and give feedback on results •Contains exercises in Reading and Listening comprehension, Grammar and Vocabulary •A messaging service allows teachers and students to communicate online •Online resources including games and quizzes for progress check and extra practice 20 For more information about our digital products see page 6 Schools: Secondary/Seniors Dialogue and communication pages provide functional, real world language MORE! Second edition Student’s Book 1 ‘Culture’ pages with engaging topics inspire teenagers’ curiosity and motivate them to use English MORE! Second edition Student’s Book 1 MORE! Second edition Student's Book with Cyber Homework and Online Resources Workbook Teacher's Book Audio CDs (3) Testbuilder CD-ROM/Audio CD NEW Presentation Plus DVD-ROM DVD Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 978-1-107-65645-1 978-1-107-69478-1 978-1-107-63737-5 978-1-107-64051-1 978-1-107-68135-4 978-1-107-68969-5 978-1-107-69155-1 978-1-107-65274-3 978-1-107-65205-7 978-1-107-67127-0 978-1-107-68424-9 978-1-107-68838-4 978-1-107-64987-3 978-1-107-67962-7 978-1-107-69928-1 978-1-107-67618-3 978-1-107-66506-4 978-1-107-68128-6 978-1-107-66354-1 978-1-107-66335-0 978-1-107-65695-6 978-1-107-68194-1 978-1-107-65294-1 978-1-107-68299-3 978-1-107-66982-6 978-1-107-64331-4 978-1-107-65402-0 978-1-107-66627-6 MORE! First edition is still available: visit cambridge.org/more for a list of ISBNs Greek wordlists are available for all levels. Please contact the Athens office for more details. For more information about our digital products see page 6 See also • Grammar Practice Page 27 • CLIL Activities Page 87 • Cambridge School Dictionary Page 54 • Cambridge Discovery EducationTM Interactive Readers Page 80 21 Schools: Secondary/Seniors “This highly successful communicative series is supported by carefully selected and well-structured activities, original topics and a huge wealth of resources.” Maria Christaki, Institute of Foreign Languages, Kalamata, Greece A1 A2 B1 Your Space Martyn Hobbs and Julia Starr Keddle FALSE BEGINNER TO PRE-INTERMEDIATE Lower Secondary Presentation Plus •Provides the complete Student’s Book content with built-in annotation tools and embedded audio in an easy-to-operate format for interactive whiteboards or computers and projectors. See also • Key for Schools • Preliminary for Schools • First for Schools Page 55 cambridge.org/yourspace 80–90 teaching hours, extendable to 150 Your Space is a new three-level course with a positive and practical approach to learning English. The course presents language step by step through stimulating contexts, follows up with language analysis and then gives students the ‘space’ to personalise that language by describing their own world. It creates an interface between the familiar world of pre- to early teens and the exciting and challenging experiences of the wider world. •A clear unit structure and well-signposted pages enable easy navigation and make it possible to teach off the page •Language is taught through engaging contexts, with a balance between inductive and deductive presentation and includes revision at the start of each new level •‘Get it right!’ sections informed by the Cambridge Learner Corpus help students tackle problem areas common to learners of their level •A focus on skills development, learner strategies and functional language encourages learner autonomy and effective oral and written communication Web Zone •Students gain credits in the Learning Zone by completing fun activities based on the language in the units •They can then explore the 3D ‘Your Worlds’ unlocking features and personalising their space with credits earned •A ‘Comic Builder’ allows students to create their own stories based on the characters and settings of the graphic story in the Student’s Book DVD Your Space Student’s Book 1 •The Your Space DVD brings real-world authenticity to an English lesson and provides a springboard for engaging activities and classroom discussion Your Space Student’s Book Workbook with Audio CD Teacher’s Book with Tests CD Class Audio CDs (3) Presentation Plus DVD-ROM with Teacher’s Resource Disc DVD (All levels) •Accessible up-to-date content provides teachers with a great way to motivate and stretch their students Level 1 978-0-521-72923-9 978-0-521-72924-6 978-0-521-72925-3 978-0-521-72927-7 978-1-107-67310-6 978-0-521-72902-4 Level 2 978-0-521-72928-4 978-0-521-72929-1 978-0-521-72930-7 978-0-521-72932-1 978-1-107-63542-5 – Level 3 978-0-521-72933-8 978-0-521-72934-5 978-0-521-72935-2 978-0-521-72937-6 978-1-107-66074-8 – Greek wordlists are available for all levels. Please contact the Athens office for more details. •Language content and topics have been carefully mapped to the course content and syllabus 22 For more information about our digital products see page 6 Schools: Secondary/Seniors A1 A2 B1 Messages Diana Goodey and Noel Goodey with Miles Craven and Meredith Levy FALSE BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE Lower Secondary 80–90 teaching hours, extendable to 150 Attractive and innovative, Messages is the perfect course to motivate lower secondary students. Units are divided into three ‘Steps’, each with its own clear outcome, rewarding teachers and students with immediate, tangible results. New language is put into practice immediately with ‘Use what you know’ boxes at the end of each ‘Step’. •KET- and PET-style exercises help students gain valuable exam skills •The Workbook offers extension exercises and ‘Try this!’ sections – ideal for fast finishers •Graded websites for each level get students using English to discover new things •Students will love reading dramatic stories chapter by chapter (Levels 1 and 2) •Regular ‘Life and culture’ sections give fascinating insights into the English-speaking world English as an Additional Language (EAL) •A CD-ROM is available containing over 350 worksheets and flashcards that enable teachers to use Messages with their EAL students •Visit the website for a recommended scheme of work, and cultural worksheets on ‘Welshness’ and ‘Scottishness’ Infoquests •Inspire students to use English as a means of finding information with a complete set of ‘Infoquests’ – specially graded websites designed to accompany each level Messages Student’s Book 3 Messages Student’s Book Workbook with Audio CD/CD-ROM Teacher’s Book Teacher’s Resource Pack Class Audio CDs (2) Companion (Greek edition) EAL Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM Level 1 978-0-521-54707-9 978-0-521-69673-9 978-0-521-61425-2 978-0-521-61426-9 978-0-521-61428-3 978-0-521-71255-2 978-0-521-71484-6 Level 2 978-0-521-54709-3 978-0-521-69674-6 978-0-521-61429-0 978-0-521-61430-6 978-0-521-61432-0 978-0-521-71257-6 – DVD (PAL/NTSC) and Activity Booklet VHS Video (PAL) and Activity Booklet VHS Video (NTSC) and Activity Booklet Levels 1 and 2 978-0-521-67997-8 978-0-521-67998-5 978-0-521-69676-0 Levels 3 and 4 978-0-521-67999-2 978-0-521-68000-4 978-0-521-69677-7 Level 3 978-0-521-61433-7 978-0-521-69675-3 978-0-521-61435-1 978-0-521-61436-8 978-0-521-61438-2 978-0-521-71260-6 – Level 4 978-0-521-61439-9 978-0-521-61440-5 978-0-521-61441-2 978-0-521-61442-9 978-0-521-61444-3 978-0-521-71262-0 – cambridge.org/messages For more information about our digital products see page 6 23 Schools: Secondary/Seniors Online Workbooks A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 •Online Workbooks offer a bank of self-evaluating interactive activities for independent or teacher-managed self-study. English in Mind Second edition English in Mind teacher, Netherlands Testing made easy Herbert Puchta, Jeff Stranks and Peter Lewis-Jones “It’s been years since I went to school with so much pleasure. This book is a joy to teach.” •The flexible Testmaker Audio CD/CD-ROM allows you to quickly create, edit and save tests that are suited to the specific needs of your students. Level 3 with Richard Carter BEGINNER TO ADVANCED Presentation Plus Secondary 80–90 teaching hours, extendable to 180 English in Mind inspires teachers and students the world over. Designed especially for teenagers, this course has proved to be perfectly matched to their interests, age and abilities. Teen photostories introduce ‘Everyday English’ and lead into speaking practice in the form of discussions and improvisation. A ‘Get it right!’ section, based on information from the unique Cambridge Learner Corpus, helps them tackle problem areas common to learners of their level. •Structured speaking practice and development throughout each level •Provides the complete Student’s Book content with built-in annotation tools and embedded audio in an easy-to-operate format for interactive whiteboards or computers and projectors. cambridge.org/englishinmind See also • Cambridge Experience Readers Page 82 • Cambridge Discovery EducationTM Interactive Readers Page 80 •A ‘Vocabulary bank’ at the back of each Student’s Book showing new words in context •Authentic ‘Fiction in mind’ and ‘Literature in mind’ section develop reading skills (Levels 3, 4 and 5) •Exam-style exercises and topics help prepare students for school and international Exams English in Mind Second edition Combos •English in Mind levels Starter to 3 are also available as split-edition Student’s Book and Workbook Combos, for courses with fewer available hours (40–45 teaching hours, extendable to 90). English in Mind Second edition Student’s Book with DVD-ROM Workbook Teacher’s Book Audio CDs (3) DVD (PAL) DVD (NTSC) Presentation Plus DVD-ROM Testmaker Audio CD/CD-ROM Online Workbook English in Mind Second edition Combos Combo with DVD-ROM Starter A 978-0-521-18324-6 Combo Teacher’s Resource Book Combo Audio CDs (3) Combo Testmaker CD-ROM and Audio CD 24 Starter 978-0-521-18537-0 978-0-521-17024-6 978-0-521-17689-7 978-0-521-12749-3 978-0-521-15779-7 978-0-521-17383-4 978-0-521-12232-0 978-0-521-17286-8 978-1-139-18140-2 Level 1 978-0-521-17907-2 978-0-521-16860-1 978-0-521-12970-1 978-0-521-18868-5 978-0-521-15374-4 978-0-521-12377-8 978-0-521-17681-1 978-0-521-14035-5 978-1-139-27872-0 Level 2 978-0-521-15609-7 978-0-521-12300-6 978-0-521-17036-9 978-0-521-18336-9 978-0-521-15932-6 978-0-521-18448-9 978-0-521-12353-2 978-0-521-13684-6 978-1-139-16178-7 Level 3 978-0-521-15948-7 978-0-521-18560-8 978-0-521-13376-0 978-0-521-18337-6 978-0-521-15586-1 978-0-521-17241-7 978-0-521-17483-1 978-0-521-18562-2 978-1-139-27082-3 Level 4 978-0-521-18446-5 978-0-521-18447-2 978-0-521-18450-2 978-0-521-18451-9 978-0-521-18452-6 978-0-521-18453-3 978-0-521-18454-0 978-0-521-18455-7 978-1-139-24270-7 Level 5 978-0-521-18456-4 978-0-521-18457-1 978-0-521-18458-8 978-0-521-18459-5 978-1-107-63738-2 978-1-107-68475-1 978-0-521-18460-1 978-0-521-18461-8 – Starter B 978-0-521-18325-3 Level 1A 978-0-521-18326-0 Level 1B 978-0-521-18327-7 Level 2A 978-0-521-18329-1 Level 2B 978-0-521-18330-7 Level 3A 978-0-521-27978-9 Level 3B 978-0-521-27979-6 Starter A and B 978-0-521-18313-0 978-0-521-18314-7 978-0-521-18317-8 Level 1A and 1B 978-0-521-18318-5 978-0-521-18319-2 978-0-521-18320-8 Level 2A and 2B 978-0-521-18321-5 978-0-521-18322-2 978-0-521-18323-9 Level 3A and 3B 978-0-521-27981-9 978-0-521-27980-2 978-0-521-27982-6 For more information about our digital products see page 6 Schools: Secondary/Seniors Available in American English • American English in Mind Levels Starter to 4 of American English in Mind are now available. Visit our website or contact your Cambridge University Press representative for details. Combo editions are also available. Fresh and vibrant ‘Culture in mind’ sections give insights into life all over the world cambridge.org/englishinmind “The photostories are especially popular among my students – they simply love them.” English in Mind teacher, Spain “English in Mind goes one step beyond. We’re not just teaching the students grammar, we are preparing them for life.” English in Mind teacher, Ecuador English in Mind Student’s Book 2 Fascinating topics engage the whole student and stimulate their minds English in Mind Student’s Book 2 For more information about our digital products see page 6 25 Schools: Secondary/Seniors “About as good as it gets in terms of a seriously good offering for teenage classrooms...This is a pretty impressive piece of work.” Jason Renshaw, English Raven “Joy to teach and the children love it! Great course book!” Ingrid Goossens, Commanderij College, Netherlands A2 B1 B2 Interactive Helen Hadkins, Samantha Lewis and Joanna Budden FALSE BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE Presentation Plus •Provides the complete Student’s Book content with built-in annotation tools and embedded audio in an easy-to-operate format for interactive whiteboards or computers and projectors. cambridge.org/interactive Secondary 80–90 teaching hours, extendable to 180 Optional 12-page Start Up section for level 1 Nominated British Council ELTons Awards 2012: Innovation in teacher resources Interactive is an exciting course for teenagers packed from cover to cover with up-to-the-minute, stimulating content. Students are given maximum support to get them speaking and interacting in real, contemporary English from day one. Teachers can tailor the course to their own requirements using the wide range of materials such as DVDs, Presentation Plus, Testmaker and other online extras, to make classes get really ‘interactive’. The course is correlated to Cambridge English exam task types and topics to help prepare students for future exams. 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Richards, Carlos Barbisan and Chuck Sandy BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE Lower secondary 60-80 teaching hours This lively American English course is specially designed to motivate young teenagers through high-interest topics and stimulating activities. •Classroom-tested pedagogy appeals to young adolescents Connect Second Edition Student’s Book with Self-study Audio CD Workbook Teacher’s Edition Class Audio CDs (2)* Level 1 978-0-521-73694-7 978-0-521-73698-5 978-0-521-73700-5 978-0-521-73697-8 •Step-by-step teaching instructions, tips, and culture notes in the interleaved Teacher’s Edition, offer support for all class types •A Teacher Support Site with a wealth of extra support material (tests, worksheets, teaching tips) gives teachers more flexibility in choosing materials for class A1 A2 B1 Grammar Practice Herbert Puchta, Jeff Stranks and Peter Lewis-Jones ELEMENTARY TO PRE-INTERMEDIATE Download an eSample! Each level of Grammar Practice provides young students with clear grammar overviews and rules and a wide range of receptive and productive grammar exercises. Flash animations facilitate the noticing of grammatical forms, and special ‘Listen first’ activities anchor in the student’s mind in a multi-sensory way. 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To find out more about English Profile and how it helps us understand the CEFR for English, visit www.englishprofile.org For more information about our digital products see page 6 29 Adult Each unit opens with a ‘Getting Started’ page that ensures learners are immediately engaged and provides clear learning objectives A2 B1 B1+ B2 NEW Cambridge English Empower Adrian Doff, Craig Thaine, Herbert Puchta, Jeff Stranks, Peter Lewis-Jones The course materials have been designed to encourage emotional engagement and a personal response making learning more memorable and empowering learners to take ownership of the language ELEMENTARY TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Starter and Advanced available January 2016 Cambridge English Empower is a new general adult course that combines course content from Cambridge University Press with validated assessment from Cambridge English Language Assessment. This unique mix of engaging classroom material and reliable assessment, plus personalised online practice, enables learners to make consistent and measurable progress. The course includes intriguing images and texts designed to arouse curiosity and get students talking, and also prepares learners for effective real-world communication. Cambridge English Empower Elementary Student’s Book The syllabus is informed by English Profile and the Cambridge English Corpus, and is carefully benchmarked to the CEFR. This ensures that students encounter the most relevant and useful language at the right point in their learning. Assessment and Personalised Online Practice Unit progress tests and mid-course and end-of-course competency tests are delivered via the Cambridge Learning Management System (CLMS) with extra personalised practice activities. Online Workbooks These easy-to-use workbooks are also available through the CLMS and provide additional interactive practice activities. cambridge.org/empower Cambridge English Empower Elementary Student’s Book NEW Cambridge English Empower Student's Book with Online Assessment and Practice, and Online Workbook Student's Book Workbook with Answers plus Downloadable Audio Workbook without Answers plus Downloadable Audio Teacher's Book Class Audio CDs (3) Class DVD Presentation Plus DVD-ROM Elementary 978-1-107-46630-2 978-1-107-46626-5 978-1-107-46648-7 978-1-107-48874-8 978-1-107-46644-9 978-1-107-46631-9 978-1-107-46636-4 978-1-107-46642-5 Pre-intermediate 978-1-107-46652-4 978-1-107-46651-7 978-1-107-46680-7 978-1-107-48876-2 978-1-107-46671-5 978-1-107-46655-5 978-1-107-46665-4 978-1-107-46668-5 Intermediate Upper Intermediate 978-1-107-46688-3 978-1-107-46875-7 978-1-107-46684-5 978-1-107-46872-6 978-1-107-46869-6 978-1-107-46904-4 978-1-107-48877-9 978-1-107-48878-6 978-1-107-46857-3 978-1-107-46891-7 978-1-107-46694-4 978-1-107-46877-1 978-1-107-46699-9 978-1-107-46880-1 978-1-107-46856-6 978-1-107-46888-7 Student’s Interactive eBook with Online Assessment and Practice and Online Workbook, and separate Student’s Interactive eBook, also available. For further information please visit cambridge.org/ebooks 30 For more information about our digital products see page 6 Adult Each unit includes lessons with a special focus on speaking and writing, preparing learners for effective real-world communication outside the classroom The speaking lessons feature a unique combination of functional language, pronunciation and conversation skills, alongside video filmed in the real world Cambridge English Empower Elementary Student’s Book Progress Tests and Extra Practice The course allows you to easily incorporate digital learning, with assessment and extra practice materials delivered through the Cambridge Learning Management System. There is an online Unit Progress Test for every unit of the course. These focus on the core grammar, vocabulary and functional language from the unit. Students are directed to personalised extra practice, according to their score. These practice activities are targeted so that each learner focuses on what they really need and the areas that will benefit them most. Competency Tests There are also skills-based mid-course and end-of-course competency tests, offering unrivalled validity and reliability. After the mid-course and end-of-course online tests, learners are provided with a unique CEFR report which reliably benchmarks them against the relevant CEFR level – and provides clear evidence of progress made during the course. Presentation Plus Provides the complete Student’s Book content with built-in annotation tools, embedded audio, and class video in an easy-to-operate format for interactive whiteboards or computers and projectors. Cambridge English Teacher Free access to Cambridge English Teacher offers opportunities for professional development – including a module on Learning Oriented Assessment, an approach which helps to inform the course. For more information about our digital products see page 6 Cambridge English Empower Elementary Extra Practice 31 Adult Communicate with confidence A1 A2 B1 B1+ B2 C1 face2face Second edition Chris Redston and Gillie Cunningham COMPLETE BEGINNER TO ADVANCED NEW Presentation Plus Provides the complete Student’s Book content with built-in annotation tools, embedded audio, and class video in an easy-to-operate format for interactive whiteboards or computers and projectors. cambridge.org/face2face2 Starter: 60 to 90 teaching hours “The new version of face2face is just great! I am not simply talking on the teacher’s side but I guess that students will be excited too! It’s colourful, modern, varied... and the DVD-ROM is extremely user friendly. 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Using engaging topics, additional teacher support materials, and a focus on speaking and listening, face2face Second edition will get your students talking! •Unlike other courses, face2face Second edition actually teaches students to listen better by drawing their attention to the elements of spoken English that make it so hard for them to understand •By giving students time to formulate the ideas and language they want to use before they speak, the course helps to build both spoken fluency and accuracy •‘Help with…’ sections cover listening, speaking, grammar and pronunciation and teach students how English really works; meaning students can apply what they learn more readily and with more confidence outside the classroom ‘Real World’ video lessons give students an engaging way of learning practical language they can use in their day-to-day lives •The new video-based ‘Real World’ lessons included in every unit give students the practical, day-to-day language they will need in their lives •face2face Second edition is informed by the Cambridge English Corpus and its vocabulary syllabus has been mapped to the English Vocabulary Profile, meaning students learn the language they really need to know at each CEFR level face2face Second edition Student’s Book with DVD-ROM Student’s Book with DVD-ROM and Online Workbook Pack Workbook with Key Workbook without Key Online Workbook (institutional model - student access) Online Workbook (teacher access) Online Workbook (e-commerce for students) Teacher’s Book with DVD Class Audio CDs (3) NEW Presentation Plus DVD-ROM Testmaker CD-ROM and Audio CD 32 Starter 978-1-107-65440-2 978-1-107-62268-5 978-1-107-61476-5 978-1-107-61477-2 978-1-139-89323-7 978-1-139-86357-5 978-1-139-87007-8 978-1-107-65041-1 978-1-107-62168-8 978-1-107-61475-8 978-1-107-61473-4 Elementary 978-1-107-42204-9 978-1-139-56653-7 978-0-521-28305-2 978-0-521-28306-9 978-1-139-56655-1 978-1-139-56656-8 978-1-139-56657-5 978-1-107-65400-6 978-1-107-42206-3 978-1-107-44621-2 978-1-107-60994-5 Pre-intermediate 978-1-107-42207-0 978-1-139-56658-2 978-1-107-60353-0 978-1-107-60352-3 978-1-139-56660-5 978-1-139-56661-2 978-1-139-56662-9 978-1-107-63330-8 978-1-107-42209-4 978-1-107-44625-0 978-1-107-60995-2 Intermediate Upper Intermediate 978-1-107-42210-0 978-1-107-42201-8 978-1-107-69114-8 978-1-107-68632-8 978-1-107-60954-9 978-1-107-60956-3 978-1-107-60955-6 978-1-107-60957-0 978-1-139-85879-3 978-1-139-87653-7 978-1-139-88074-9 978-1-139-87751-0 978-1-139-87743-5 978-1-139-88683-3 978-1-107-69474-3 978-1-107-62935-6 978-1-107-42212-4 978-1-107-42203-2 978-1-107-44629-8 978-1-107-44636-6 978-1-107-60996-9 978-1-107-60998-3 Advanced 978-1-107-67934-4 978-1-107-62307-1 978-1-107-69058-5 978-1-107-62185-5 978-1-139-85867-0 978-1-139-85868-7 978-1-139-85869-4 978-1-107-69096-7 978-1-107-69133-9 978-1-107-65534-8 978-1-107-64588-2 For more information about our digital products see page 6 Adult The face2face Second edition Online Workbooks provide a cutting-edge alternative to the print Workbooks. Teachers can now track their learners’ work and progress, send messages directly to individuals, and can save valuable time with tools like automated marking Presentation Plus at all levels (interactive whiteboard software) features all of the lessons from the Student’s Book and includes the class audio and video Quick Review recycles previously learned language continue2learn shows students where to go next for more practice face2face Second edition Elementary Student’s Book Optional ‘Real World’ video presentation material adds variety For more information about our digital products see page 6 Self-Study DVD-ROM provides further practice, extra video, drills, ‘My Test’, ‘My Progress’ and ‘e-Portfolio’ sections 33 Adult Online Workbook A1 A2 B1 B1+ B2 C1 English Unlimited Theresa Clementson, Leslie Anne Hendra, David Rea, Alex Tilbury, Adrian Doff and Ben Goldstein Course consultant: Adrian Doff STARTER TO ADVANCED 80–90 teaching hours per level, extendable to 120 (60 extendable to 90 for Starter) Nominated British Council ELTons Awards 2012: Excellence in course innovation •Online Workbooks provide an engaging way of extending students’ learning online. They contain the print Workbook content plus additional collaborative multimedia projects in a package that supports independent study and teacher-managed self-study. DVD-ROMs •The Workbook Self-study DVD-ROMs contain additional video material, voice-recording activities, and customisable ‘QuickCheck’ tests for monitoring progress. The Teacher’s DVD-ROM is packed with a wealth of resources including extra activities, a full testing and assessment programme, and the course video materials. “... a course with genuine international applications in assisting learners to become more culturally sensitive and effective communicators.” Jakki Postlethwaite, Teacher, Australia Also available • English Unlimited Combos Starter to Advanced 40-45 teaching hours, extendable to 90 English Unlimited levels Starter to Advanced are also available as split-edition Student’s Books and Workbook Combos for courses with fewer available hours. cambridge.org/englishunlimited cambridge.org/englishunlimited English Unlimited is an innovative general English course for teachers who want a course that teaches learners the English they will need outside the classroom. 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American Cultural Settings Everyday language is presented in typical American contexts and settings Vocabulary Clearly presents vocabulary related to the lesson topic Language in Context Previews the meaning and use of the target grammar in a variety of contexts and recycles target vocabulary ‘Can-do’ Statements Presents a clear and measurable learning outcome, helps assess progress and appears at the end of every lesson Four Corners Level 1 Student’s Book For more information about our digital products see page 6 35 Adult Real Language for Life A1 A2 B1 B1+ Touchstone Second edition ‘In conversation’ panels tell students the most frequent words and phrases Michael McCarthy, Jeanne McCarten and Helen Sandiford BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE 90–120 teaching hours Touchstone is a corpus based, four-level series for adults and young adults that fosters the development of natural, fluent speech quickly. •Corpus-informed language – Extensive corpus research ensures that the language taught is the language people really use ‘Common error’ panels provide guidance on typical problem areas •Conversation strategies – Students learn the language and skills to interact naturally and confidently • Inductive learning – Students are encouraged to work out grammatical structures and English usage for themselves. Therefore they are more likely to remember what they have learnt •Common errors – Touchstone incorporates unique research into the Cambridge Learner Corpus which identifies the most typical learner errors. These problem areas are highlighted in ‘Common error’ panels to help students avoid them before they become entrenched Touchstone Online Workbook The easy-to-use Online Workbooks contain practice activities, personalized writing tasks, and games to help learners consolidate what they have learned in the classroom in an engaging way. Accessed through the Cambridge Learning Management System, the Online Workbooks allow teachers to save valuable time with automated marking and also track learners’ progress. 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The Touchstone Online Course First edition contains a variety of media-rich activities for a more engaging learning experience. The fully online course retains the same trusted Touchstone syllabus and learning outcomes found in the print course. •Conversation strategies give students the language and skills to interact fluently and confidently • Forums and blogs facilitate online collaboration which leads to student persistence •Specially designed writing syllabus focuses on the key processes, language, and text organization skills essential for academic and professional writing •Vocabulary syllabus helps students master essential words, collocations, and language expressions - and presents a wide range of effective vocabulary learning strategies Presentation Plus Provides the complete Student’s Book content with built-in annotation tools and embedded audio in an easy-to-operate format for interactive whiteboards or computers and projectors. 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The features that have made Interchange the world’s most popular and successful English course continue to be the hallmarks of this fourth edition: •A trusted communicative methodology and proven approach •Greater flexibility for use in any teaching situation •A wealth of resources for teacher training and professional development Presentation Plus •Provides complete course content, including audio and video material, interactive activities, annotation tools, links to online resources and the ability to save your customized lessons to any computer anywhere. Online Workbook: Complete Interactive Practice •Accessible from a computer or iPad, the Online Workbook provides extensive practice activities with immediate feedback, automated class reports, including activity scores and time-on-task, and free teacher access. 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Richards and Chuck Sandy UPPER INTERMEDIATE TO LOW-ADVANCED 90–120 teaching hours Passages Third edition is the perfect follow-up to any four-skills program and is designed to seamlessly follow Interchange Fourth edition or Four Corners Passages Third edition is a two-level course that helps students take their English to a whole new level. This fully updated edition of one of the world’s most successful upper-level American English series will open the door for students to communicate with greater fluency and proficiency. •A fresh new design, new images, and new and updated content to reflect contemporary English usage •More vocabulary support and practice with the new Vocabulary Plus section in the back of the student’s book •A new Video Program and accompanying Video Activity Worksheets to reinforce target language through compelling, real-world videos linked to unit topics •A fully revised Teacher’s Edition, now with Assessment Audio CD/CD-ROM that features both ready-to-print and customizable quizzes and tests A1 A2 B1 Ventures Second edition Gretchen Bitterlin, Dennis Johnson, Donna Price, Sylvia Ramirez Series Editor: K. Lynn Savage COMPLETE BEGINNER TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE 60+ teaching hours per level Ventures Second edition is a six-level, four-skills, standards-based, integrated-skills series that empowers students to achieve their academic and career goals. •Ventures provides instructors with the tools for any teaching situation •NEW digital resources to support teaching and enhance learning inside and outside of the classroom •The Online Workbook keeps students learning outside the classroom •Presentation Plus provides complete course content, including audio and video material, interactive activities, annotation tools, links to online resources and the ability to save your customized lessons to any computer anywhere •Assessment CD-ROM included in the Teacher’s Edition provides teachers with everything they need to accurately measure student performance cambridge.org/passages NEW Passages Third edition Student's Book with Online Vocabulary Practice* Student’s Book with Online Workbook* Workbook* Online Workbook Activation Code Card* Teacher's Edition with Assessment Audio CD/CD-ROM Class Audio CDs (3) DVD Presentation Plus DVD-ROM Presentation Plus Site License Pack *Available in Split Volume and Full Contact editions See also • Let’s Talk Page 85 Level 1 978-1-107-62705-5 978-1-107-44700-4 978-1-107-62725-3 978-1-107-44694-6 978-1-107-62768-0 978-1-107-62754-3 978-1-107-62762-8 978-1-107-66626-9 Level 2 978-1-107-62707-9 978-1-107-44709-7 978-1-107-62726-0 978-1-107-44705-9 978-1-107-62766-6 978-1-107-62749-9 978-1-107-62764-2 978-1-107-68650-2 All levels 978-1-107-63846-4 •Easy-to-teach materials make for a more productive classroom •Free online resources at: cambridge.org/ventures/resources •Presentation Plus provides complete course content, including audio, interactive activities and answer keys, annotation tools, links to online resources, Ventures Arcade, and the ability to save customized lessons to any computer anywhere cambridge.org/ventures Ventures Second edition Student’s Book with Self-study Audio CD Workbook with Audio CD Online Workbook Literacy Workbook with Audio CD Teacher’s Edition with Assessment CD-ROM Class Audio CDs (2) Presentation Plus DVD-ROM Ventures Second edition Student’s Book with Self-study Audio CD Workbook with Audio CD Online Workbook Teacher’s Edition with Assessment CD-ROM Class Audio CDs (2) Presentation Plus DVD-ROM Professional Development DVD Basic Level 1 Level 2 978-1-107-64102-0 978-1-107-69289-3 978-1-107-68722-6 978-1-107-69108-7 978-1-139-88532-4 978-1-107-66859-1 978-1-107-62859-5 978-1-139-89720-4 – 978-1-107-63538-8 978-1-139-87102-0 – 978-1-107-67608-4 978-1-107-67904-7 978-1-107-66579-8 978-1-107-66806-5 978-1-107-61622-6 978-1-107-61822-0 978-1-107-65841-7 978-1-107-66009-0 978-1-107-67928-3 Level 3 Level 4 Transitions 978-1-107-68472-0 978-1-107-68157-6 978-0-521-18613-1 978-1-107-64001-6 978-1-139-88472-3 978-1-107-66194-3 978-1-139-88349-8 *978-0-521-18614-8 978-1-107-65131-9 978-1-107-65217-0 978-1-107-69841-3 **978-0-521-18615-5 978-1-107-66076-2 978-1-107-64952-1 978-0-521-14439-1 978-1-107-63513-5 978-1-107-61945-6 – – 978-1-107-67612-1 – *This is not accompanied by an Audio CD **This is the Teacher’s Manual. This is not accompanied by an Assessment Audio CD/CD-ROM For more information about our digital products see page 6 39 Academic Skills “The material was very effective in helping the students develop their listening and speaking skills. I initiated the conversation and watched as a large, active, full class discussion ensued. My students enjoyed the discussion, which continued until the end of the class.” Joud Jabri-Pickett, United Arab Emirates University, Al-Ain Unlock your students’ potential and prepare them for academic success The Unlock Student’s Books are also available as eBooks with Discovery EducationTM videos embedded. The eBooks provide a great alternative to the print materials A1 A2 B1 B2 Unlock A four-level paired skills EAP course Stephanie Dimond-Bayir, Lewis Lansford, Richard O’Neill, Sabina Ostrowska, Chris Sowton, Carolyn Westbrook and N.M. White STARTER TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE 60 hours per level, extendable to 90 The Online Workbooks, accessed via activation codes with the Student’s Books, provide interactive activities and further language and skills practice in an engaging and modern learning environment. Teachers can assign homework, monitor student progress and save valuable time thanks to automatic marking Combining thought-provoking videos from Discovery Education™ with carefully scaffolded exercises and a fresh approach to critical thinking skills, Unlock enables learners to develop the academic skills and language that will lead them to success in their studies. •Videos from Discovery Education™ are included in every unit throughout the course to introduce topics, promote discussion and motivate learners •Critical thinking sections equip students with the skills they will need to formulate their own opinions and express themselves effectively •Unique research using the Cambridge English Corpus and official Cambridge English exam papers focuses the language in Unlock on those areas that students find most challenging. The English Vocabulary Profile is used to further guarantee that students are learning the right language at the right CEFR level •The topics and exercise types in Unlock provide practice and key language for IELTS test candidates Unlock Reading & Writing Skills Student’s Book with Online Workbook Student’s eBook with Online Workbook Teacher's Book with DVD Presentation Plus DVD-ROM Level 1 978-1-107-61399-7 978-1-107-65066-4 978-1-107-61401-7 978-1-107-63800-6 Level 2 978-1-107-61400-0 978-1-107-64409-0 978-1-107-61403-1 978-1-107-65605-5 Level 3 978-1-107-61526-7 978-1-107-63757-3 978-1-107-61404-8 978-1-107-67624-4 Level 4 978-1-107-61525-0 978-1-107-67139-3 9781-1-076-1409-3 978-1-107-68245-0 Unlock Listening & Speaking Skills Student’s Book and Online Workbook Student’s eBook with Online Workbook Teacher's Book with DVD Presentation Plus DVD-ROM Level 1 978-1-107-67810-1 978-1-107-67008-2 978-1-107-66211-7 978-1-107-66424-1 Level 2 978-1-107-68232-0 978-1-107-63562-3 978-1-107-64280-5 978-1-107-69582-5 Level 3 978-1-107-68728-8 978-1-107-67610-7 978-1-107-68154-5 978-1-107-63543-2 Level 4 978-1-107-63461-9 978-1-107-63710-8 978-1-107-65052-7 978-1-107-64381-9 For further information about the Student’s eBooks please visit cambridge.org/ebooks cambridge.org/unlock 40 For more information about our digital products see page 6 Academic Skills Unlock encourages students to bring their own knowledge, experiences and opinions to the topics. This motivates students to relate the topics to their own contexts A fresh approach to critical thinking gives students the tools they need to generate their own ideas and opinions The Critical Thinking sections are based on Benjamin Bloom’s classification of learning objectives (Bloom’s Taxonomy) and ensure learners develop their lower- and higher-order thinking skills, ranging from demonstrating knowledge and understanding to in-depth evaluation Learners engage in evaluative and analytical tasks that are designed to ensure they do all of the thinking and information-gathering required for the end-of-unit tasks Language Development sections provide vocabulary and grammar building tasks that are further practised in the Workbook Unique corpus research helps students avoid the most common errors and provides the academic language needed to succeed The glossary (mapped to English Profile) and endof-unit wordlists provide definitions, CEFR levels and handy summaries of all the key vocabulary Captivating videos from Discovery Education™ provide new angles on a range of academic topics Presentation Plus This powerful interface puts all your student and teaching resources in one place: complete course content, teacher resources, interactive whiteboard tools, video and audio programs, and access to the Cambridge Learning Management System, all on one easy-to-use platform. For more information about our digital products see page 6 See also • Cambridge Discovery Education™ Interactive Readers Page 80 41 English for Academic Purposes •Real lectures from the University of Cambridge and student interviews on the DVD, linked to ‘Lecture skills’ sections in the Student’s book, to help learners develop key lecture and seminar skills B1+ B2 C1 Cambridge Academic English An integrated skills course for EAP •Real, contemporary academic language sourced from the Cambridge Academic Corpus and Academic Word List Martin Hewings, Craig Thaine Course consultant: Michael McCarthy •Special focus on typical academic structures and independent study skills INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED 120–140 teaching hours per level Designed specifically for students at university and on foundation courses, this integrated skills course develops academic language and critical thinking skills essential for university studies across disciplines. •Extensive listening practice with full-length lectures and worksheets online at cambridge.org/elt/lectures cambridge.org/academicenglish Preparing for lectures • Lecturing styles • Revising basic information Lecture skills A Listening • Understanding lecture aims • Understanding outlines • Identifying main and secondary points • Taking notes: annotating slides 1 Language focus • Repetition and rephrasing Follow-up • Taking notes: annotating slides 2 • Reviewing your notes Preparing for lectures Lecturing styles 1.1 During your academic studies you will hear many different styles of lecturing. Watch three lecture extracts that illustrate a reading style, a conversational style, and an interactive style. What differences do you notice? A.1 2 Conversational style 3 Interactive style 1.2 a In pairs, discuss the following questions. 1 Which style do you find easiest to understand, and why? 2 Is there a style of lecturing that is common in your subject? 2 Lecture skills units based on real university lectures from the University of Cambridge, available on the DVD, by renowned lecturers in their fields such as David Crystal In Focus A vocabulary, reading and critical thinking skills course Charles Browne, Brent Culligan and Joseph Phillips PRE-INTERMEDIATE TO HIGH INTERMEDIATE In Focus is a corpus-informed course aimed at university and college students. Each level is supplemented by a wide range of web/mobile device support and resources to enable a flexible delivery of content. The course focuses on the development of critical thinking skills, knowledge of core high-frequency general and academic vocabulary, and vocabulary learning strategies. •Effective, efficient vocabulary training •Integrated reading, speaking, and critical thinking skills •Seamless learning from print to desktop to mobile •Personalised, student-led teaching 1 1 Reading style A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 Revising basic information Study tip A lecturer will assume that you already know certain information and build on this in the lecture. It is helpful to prepare for a lecture by making sure you understand key terms and concepts that your lecturer may use. cambridge.org/infocus Level 1 Student’s Book with Online Resources Teacher’s Manual 978-1-107-62709-3 978-1-107-67182-9 Level 2 Student’s Book with Online Resources Teacher’s Manual 978-1-107-69701-0 978-1-107-62945-5 Level 3 Student’s Book with Online Resources Teacher’s Manual 978-1-107-68007-4 978-1-107-68523-9 2.1 a You are going to watch extracts from a lecture given by Dr Maru Mormina with the title The origins of human diversity. Read the notes from a previous lecture on her course. • DNA = material inside the core (= nucleus) of each cell in the body; it carries genetic information in genes (= sections of the DNA) • genetic information controls the cell’s chemistry gives the body its characteristics & influences how the body works • genetic variation = differences between individuals that are inherited (e.g. eye colour is inherited from parents) • genome = total set of genetic information of a living thing (human, plant, etc.); located in chromosomes (in centre of cells; control what living thing is like) Dr Maru Mormina is a Research Fellow at the Leverhulme Centre for Human Evolutionary Studies, within the Department of Biological Anthropology. Cambridge University. b In pairs, take it in turns to explain the following key terms without looking back at the notes. DNA genetic information genetic variation genome 38 Cambridge Academic English Student’s Book B2 Upper Intermediate Cambridge Academic English Student's Book Teacher’s Book Class Audio CD DVD Class Audio CD and DVD Pack B1+ Intermediate 978-0-521-16519-8 978-0-521-16525-9 978-0-521-16522-8 978-0-521-16528-0 978-1-107-60713-2 B2 Upper Intermediate 978-0-521-16520-4 978-0-521-16526-6 978-0-521-16523-5 978-0-521-16529-7 978-1-107-60714-9 C1 Advanced 978-0-521-16521-1 978-0-521-16527-3 978-0-521-16524-2 978-0-521-16531-0 978-1-107-60715-6 eBooks for B1+, B2 and C1 are also available. For further information please visit cambridge.org/ebooks 42 For more information about our digital products see page 6 English for Academic Purposes Cambridge Academic Writing Collection UPPER INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED Written by experts in the field, the Cambridge Academic Writing Collection has been designed to keep students engaged as they learn the writing skills necessary for their educational success. 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Please contact the Athens office for more detail. cambridge.org/exams 61 Exams A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 Complete Guy Brook-Hart, David McKeegan, Emma Heyderman, Peter May, Simon Haines, Vanessa Jakeman, with Helen Tiliouine ELEMENTARY TO ADVANCED Key for Schools: 80–120 teaching hours Preliminary (PET): 70 teaching hours, extendable to 120 First, First for Schools and Advanced: 90 teaching hours, extendable to 120 IELTS: 50–70 teaching hours per level These stimulating, topic-based courses cover every part of the exam in detail, ensuring students are fully equipped to tackle each part of every paper. Language work is fully integrated with exam preparation in each unit. The Complete series combines the very best in contemporary classroom practice with first-hand knowledge of the challenges students face. •Complete offers an integrated approach with exam information, advice and practice alongside language development •Exercises are based on exclusive insights into real exam candidates’ areas of difficulty from the Cambridge Learner Corpus, to help students avoid common mistakes •Fantastic teacher resources and support are available in the Teacher’s Book and online •Each course includes teacher access to at least one full practice test See also •Visit our website for Student’s Books with access to additional online tests in the Cambridge English Testbank • Cambridge English Practice Testbank Page 57 •Complete First for Schools, Complete First and Complete Advanced are all informed by English Profile for ‘on-level’ targeted vocabulary NEW eBooks now available •Presentation Plus – provides complete course content*, including audio material, annotation tools, links to online resources and the ability to save your customized lessons to any computer anywhere NEW Student’s Books with online Testbank •Now you can access four online practice tests with selected Complete courses •Choose Student’s Book with CD-ROM with Testbank for your tests access code •Designed specifically to work on tablets •Provide a wide range of touch-screen interactive exercises •Both Student’s Book and Workbook eBooks include integrated audio •Available for Complete First Second edition, Complete Advanced Second edition and Complete IELTS Bands 4-5 * Preliminary (PET) – complete Student’s Book content Complete Student’s Book without answers with CD-ROM Student’s Book with answers with CD-ROM Student's Book without answers with CD-ROM with Testbank*** Student's Book with answers with CD-ROM with Testbank*** Teacher’s Book* Class Audio CDs (2)** Workbook without answers with Audio CD Workbook with answers with Audio CD Student’s Pack (Student’s Book without answers with CD-ROM, Workbook without answers with Audio CD) Student’s Book Pack (Student’s Book with answers and CD -ROM and Audio CDs (2)** Presentation Plus DVD-ROM Complete Key for Schools 978-0-521-12470-6 978-0-521-12471-3 978-1-107-50154-6 – 978-0-521-12474-4 978-0-521-12475-1 978-0-521-12436-2 978-0-521-12439-3 978-0-521-12472-0 – 978-1-107-69794-2 Student’s Book without answers with CD-ROM Student’s Book with answers with CD-ROM Student's Book without answers with CD-ROM with Testbank*** Student's Book with answers with CD-ROM with Testbank*** Teacher’s Book* Class Audio CDs (2)** Workbook without answers with Audio CD Workbook with answers with Audio CD Student’s Pack (Student’s Book without answers with CD-ROM, Workbook without answers with Audio CD) Student’s Book Pack (Student’s Book with answers and CD -ROM and Audio CDs (2)** Presentation Plus DVD-ROM Complete Advanced Second edition 978-1-107-63106-9 978-1-107-67090-7 978-1-107-50131-7 978-1-107-50141-6 978-1-107-69838-3 978-1-107-64450-2 978-1-107-63148-9 978-1-107-67517-9 – 978-1-107-68823-0 978-1-107-66289-6 Complete PET 978-0-521-74648-9 978-0-521-74136-1 – – 978-0-521-74137-8 978-0-521-74138-5 978-0-521-74139-2 978-0-521-74140-8 – 978-0-521-74141-5 978-0-521-15725-4 Complete First for Schools 978-1-107-67516-2 978-1-107-66159-2 978-1-107-50125-6 – 978-1-107-68336-5 978-1-107-69533-7 978-1-107-67179-9 978-1-107-65634-5 978-1-107-64039-9 – 978-1-107-68529-1 Complete First Second edition 978-1-107-63390-2 978-1-107-65617-8 978-1-107-50173-7 978-1-107-50180-5 978-1-107-64394-9 978-1-107-68734-9 978-1-107-65220-0 978-1-107-66339-8 978-1-107-65186-9 978-1-107-69835-2 978-1-107-66666-5 Complete IELTS Bands 4-5 B1 978-0-521-17957-7 978-0-521-17956-0 – – 978-0-521-18515-8 978-0-521-17958-4 978-1-107-60244-1 978-1-107-60245-8 – 978-0-521-17960-7 – Complete IELTS Bands 5-6.5 B2 978-0-521-17949-2 978-0-521-17948-5 – – 978-0-521-18516-5 978-0-521-17950-8 978-1-107-40196-9 978-1-107-40197-6 – 978-0-521-17953-9 – Complete IELTS Bands 6.5-7.5 C1 978-1-107-65760-1 978-1-107-62508-2 – – 978-1-107-60964-8 978-1-107-64281-2 978-1-107-66444-9 978-1-107-63438-1 – 978-1-107-68863-6 – * For Complete First and Complete Advanced Second editions – Teacher’s Book with Teacher’s Resources CD-ROM **For Complete First Certificate, Complete CAE and Complete Advanced Second edition – Class Audio CDs (3) ***Available April 2015 NEW eBooks are also available. 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Please contact the Athens office for more details. 62 cambridge.org/exams Exams Complete First for Schools Student’s Book Each task is fully interactive and optimised for the screen Interactive eBook: Complete First Second edition Student’s Book Interactive eBook: Complete Advanced Student’s Book Also available • Making Progress to First Certificate A pre-First course cambridge.org/exams 63 Exams A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 Objective Annette Capel, Wendy Sharp, Louise Hashemi, Barbara Thomas, Felicity O’Dell, Annie Broadhead, Erica Whettem, Susan Kingsley, Michael Black ELEMENTARY TO ADVANCED Key, First and Advanced: 70 teaching hours, extendable to 90 Preliminary (PET) and Proficiency: 90 teaching hours, extendable to 120 •English Profile research provides the most targeted and efficient vocabulary syllabus available (Objective Key, First, Advanced and Proficiency) •Each course includes at least one full practice test to familiarise students with the format and style of the exam (excludes IELTS) •Presentation Plus - Provides complete course content*, including audio material, annotation tools, links to online resources and the ability to save your customized lessons to any computer anywhere *Preliminary (PET) - complete Student’s Book content IELTS: 80 teaching hours, extendable to 120 Looking for lively, engaging courses to improve students’ general English in tandem with Cambridge English examination and IELTS preparation? Objective courses provide the perfect solution for the demands of the modern classroom; short units emphasising progress, motivating students and getting results. The Objective series provides solid language development, lively class discussion and thorough training in exam skills. •Based on research into real exam candidates’ answers from the Cambridge Learner Corpus, exercises target areas that commonly cause difficulty •Exam preparation in separate ‘Exam folders’ makes Objective suitable for classes with general English students Also available • Objective Practice Test Booklets for Cambridge English: Key (KET) for Schools and Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET) for Schools See also • Cambridge English Practice Testbank Page 57 • Instant PET Ready-to-use tasks and activities Page 86 Objective Student’s Book without answers with CD-ROM Student’s Book with answers with CD-ROM Teacher’s Book with Teacher’s Resources Audio CD/CD-ROM* Class Audio CDs (2)** Workbook without answers Workbook without answers with Audio CD Workbook with answers Workbook with answers with Audio CD Student’s Book Pack (Student’s Book with answers with CD-ROM and Class Audio CDs (2)**) Student’s Pack without answers (Student’s Book with CD-ROM, Workbook with Audio CD) Presentation Plus DVD-ROM Student’s Book without answers with CD-ROM Student’s Book with answers with CD-ROM Teacher’s Book with Teacher’s Resources Audio CD/CD-ROM* Class Audio CDs (2)** Workbook without answers Workbook without answers with Audio CD Workbook with answers Workbook with answers with Audio CD Student’s Book Pack (Student’s Book with answers with CD-ROM and Class Audio CDs (2)**) NEW Presentation Plus DVD-ROM Objective Key Second edition 978-1-107-66282-7 978-1-107-62724-6 978-1-107-64204-1 978-1-107-69008-0 978-1-107-69921-2 – 978-1-107-64676-6 – 978-1-107-66893-5 – 978-1-107-67776-0 Objective PET Second edition 978-0-521-73268-0 978-0-521-73266-6 978-0-521-73269-7 978-0-521-73274-1 978-0-521-73270-3 – 978-0-521-73271-0 – 978-0-521-73272-7 – 978-0-521-15724-7 Objective Advanced Objective Proficiency Fourth edition Second edition 978-1-107-67438-7 †978-1-107-61116-0 978-1-107-65755-7 †978-1-107-64637-7 978-1-107-68145-3 978-1-107-67056-3 978-1-107-64727-5 978-1-107-67634-3 – – 978-1-107-68435-5 978-1-107-62156-5 – – 978-1-107-63202-8 978-1-107-61920-3 Objective First Fourth edition 978-1-107-62834-2 978-1-107-62830-4 978-1-107-62835-9 978-1-107-62854-0 – 978-1-107-62839-7 – 978-1-107-62845-8 978-1-107-62847-2 978-1-107-62856-4 978-1-107-62857-1 Objective IELTS Intermediate 978-0-521-60882-4 978-0-521-60885-5 978-0-521-60872-5 978-0-521-60880-0 978-0-521-60873-2 – 978-0-521-60874-9 – Objective IELTS Advanced 978-0-521-60884-8 978-0-521-60883-1 978-0-521-60875-6 978-0-521-60877-0 978-0-521-60879-4 – 978-0-521-60878-7 – 978-1-107-69188-9 †978-1-107-63368-1 – – 978-1-107-46346-2 978-1-107-44650-2 – – *Teacher’s Book for Objective PET, Objective Proficiency and Objective IELTS doesn’t include Teacher’s Resources Audio CD/CD-ROM. 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Please contact the Athens office for more details. 64 cambridge.org/exams Exams Business Benchmark •‘Exam skills’ and ‘Exam practice’ sections take students step by step through a complete test, building knowledge and confidence to maximise their score Second edition Business Benchmark Second edition Guy Brook-Hart and Norman Whitby Pre-intermediate – Intermediate Business Preliminary Student’s Book Business Preliminary Class Audio CDs (2) BULATS Student’s Book BULATS Class Audio CDs (2) BULATS and Business Preliminary Teacher’s Resource Book BULATS and Business Preliminary Personal Study Book B1 B2 C1 INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED 80 teaching hours, extendable to 120 This second edition of the popular Business Benchmark course is official preparation for either BULATS or Cambridge English: Business (BEC) exams. A fast-paced, topic-based course with comprehensive coverage of language and skills for business, it motivates and engages both professionals and students preparing for working life. The fully-referenced Word list provides definitions for core and challenging vocabulary from the Student’s Book and the pocket-sized Personal Study Book contains extra activities, including a Writing supplement. •Authentic listening and reading materials, including interviews with business people, provide models for up-to-date business language •Grammar and vocabulary exercises, informed by past exam scripts from the Cambridge Learner Corpus, train students to avoid common mistakes •‘Grammar workshops’ practise grammar in relevant business contexts Upper Intermediate Business Vantage Student’s Book Business Vantage Class Audio CDs (2) BULATS Student’s Book BULATS Class Audio CDs (2) BULATS and Business Vantage Teacher’s Resource Book BULATS and Business Vantage Personal Study Book B1 B2 C1 Essential BULATS David Clark 978-1-107-69399-9 978-1-107-61103-0 978-1-107-69781-2 978-1-107-64481-6 978-1-107-66707-5 978-1-107-62848-9 978-1-107-68098-2 978-1-107-63315-5 978-1-107-63983-6 978-1-107-68003-6 INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED 15–20 teaching hours This short course is for anyone preparing to take the BULATS test. Short sections allow students to study around busy schedules and the full answer key enables answer-checking. A sample practice test section is also included. •Suitable both for classroom use and for self-study •Units organised by paper to provide practice for all parts of the test 978-1-107-63211-0 •Accompanying CD-ROM provides an introduction to the Computer-based Test 978-1-107-68660-1 Student’s Book with Audio CD and CD-ROM 978-0-521-61830-4 Business Benchmark First edition Advanced Student’s Book with CD-ROM BULATS edition BULATS edition Audio CDs (2) Student’s Book BEC Higher edition BEC Higher edition Audio CDs (2) Teacher’s Resource Book for BEC and BULATS Personal Study Book for BEC and BULATS 978-0-521-67294-8 978-0-521-67662-5 978-0-521-67295-5 978-0-521-67299-3 978-0-521-67296-2 978-0-521-67297-9 B1 B2 C1 BULATS Blended Learning Course INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED Up to 50 hours The course provides up to 50 hours of online study divided between Reading and Listening (30 hours), Speaking (10 hours) and Writing (10 hours). These online modules can be used flexibly alongside classroom tuition as part of one of the following blended learning combinations: •BULATS Blended Learning Course 60%–70% Online, 30%–40% Classroom This Blended Learning Course is also available as a 100% online course for self study. Visit the website for more information. Students can complete the entire course or work on one of the individually available modules. Business Benchmark Upper Intermediate Business Vantage Student’s Book cambridge.org/exams 65 Exams A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 The Official Cambridge Guide to IELTS Pauline Cullen, Amanda French and Vanessa Jakeman ELEMENTARY TO ADVANCED The Official Cambridge Guide to IELTS is the definitive guide to IELTS from the organisation that produces the test, Cambridge English Language Assessment. The most thorough and authoritative preparation available for this life-changing exam, it includes language and skills development, with a focus on test-taking strategy, to help students maximise their band-score. 9780521608824 Cambridge IELTS 10 Student’s Book with answers •Suitable for students at all levels covering both the Academic and General Training modules •Exercises are based on research into real IELTS candidates’ exam answers – and the mistakes they make, so that you don’t make the same ones! •Eight practice tests ensure that students are completely familiar with the exam and are able to perform with confidence The Official Cambridge Guide to IELTS Student’s Book •Videos of the Speaking test provide a head start in a part of the exam which is tricky to prepare for •Includes more than 100 ‘must have’ Exam and Study Tips NEW App for students •Download the accompanying app for easy access to all the course audio and video material •Introduction available in Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Italian, Russian, Spanish and Turkish Student’s Book with answers with DVD-ROM 978-1-107-62069-8 The Official Cambridge Guide to IELTS App Also available • NEW IELTS 10 Page 69 66 • IELTS Trainer Page 70 • Complete IELTS Page 62 • Objective IELTS Page 64 • IELTS Online Page 67 cambridge.org/exams Exams B2 B1 B2 C1 New Insight into IELTS Vanessa Jakeman and Clare McDowell UPPER INTERMEDIATE IELTS Blended Learning Course Step Up to IELTS INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED Vanessa Jakeman and Clare McDowell Up to 100 hours 50 teaching hours, extendable to 90 This short course offers integrated exam preparation and practice for IELTS. Organised paper-by-paper, the concise units give students a sense of progress while covering all areas of the exam. •Suitable for classroom or self-study use •A complete practice test provides additional exam familiarisation and training •Includes supplementary activities for use in the classroom or as homework Student’s Book with answers Student’s Book Audio CD Student’s Book Pack (Student’s Book with answers and Student’s Book Audio CD) Workbook with answers Workbook Audio CD Workbook Pack (Workbook with answers and Workbook Audio CD) B1 B2 978-0-521-68089-9 978-0-521-68092-9 978-0-521-68095-0 978-0-521-68090-5 978-0-521-68094-3 978-0-521-68096-7 Also available • Insight into PET INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE The course provides up to 100 hours of online study divided between Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening (25 hours each). These online modules can be used flexibly alongside classroom tuition as part of one of the following blended llearning combinations: •IELTS Academic Blended Learning Course 50%–60% Online, 40%–50% Classroom •IELTS Academic Blended Learning Course 60%–75% Online, 25%–40% Classroom This Blended Learning Course is also available as a 100% online course for self study. Visit the website for more information. Students can complete the entire course or work on one of the individually available modules. B1 B2 C1 C2 The IELTS Practice Test App provides invaluable exam preparation and training. Students can use it for extra practice at home or on the go, fitting around their own schedules. This course is designed to quickly cover essential exam skills and familiarise students with the tests in both the Academic and General Training modules. Shorter exam-style tasks progress to more challenging tasks at authentic test level. Student’s Book Self-study Student’s Book Personal Study Book Personal Study Book with answers Teacher’s Book Audio CDs (2) Pack (Self-study Student’s Book and Audio CDs (2)) 978-0-521-53297-6 978-0-521-53298-3 978-0-521-53299-0 978-0-521-53300-3 978-0-521-53301-0 978-0-521-54470-2 978-0-521-53302-7 B1 B2 Official IELTS Practice Materials A last-minute self-study plan INTERMEDIATE TO PROFICIENCY INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Vol 1 Paperback with CD-ROM Vol 2 Paperback with DVD-ROM IELTS Practice Test App for iPhone Approximately 60 teaching hours Action Plan for IELTS Vanessa Jakeman and Clare McDowell Contains complete samples of the Reading, Listening, Writing and Speaking tests, together with sample answers for candidates to test themselves. It is suitable for students preparing for Academic or General Training modules. B1 B2 C1 C2 A short IELTS course 978-1-906438-46-3 978-1-906438-87-6 25 teaching hours, extendable to 30 This short guide is ideal for last-minute self-study. 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Clear Speech from the Start ELEMENTARY TO ADVANCED Second edition Basic pronunciation and listening comprehension in North American English Second edition The best on the market, these books thoroughly cover all aspects of pronunciation, including individual sounds, word stress, connected speech and intonation. They also develop learners’ listening and speaking skills by providing both receptive and productive practice. Ideal for self-study as well as classroom use. Ann Baker ELEMENTARY Judy B. Gilbert •a wide range of interesting and enjoyable exercises covering all aspects of pronunciation Enjoyable pronunciation practice of English sounds, word stress and intonation for learners at beginner-level. In full colour and with a straightforward syllabus, this book and the accompanying Audio CDs make pronunciation practice lighthearted and accessible. 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Newsome Paperback 978-0-521-13264-0 Forget to Remember by Alan Maley Paperback 978-0-521-18491-5 83 Skills A2 B1 B2 C1 B1 B2 Cambridge for ESOL Cambridge English Skills A four-level skills series for adults and young adults ELEMENTARY TO ADVANCED Cambridge English Skills is specially designed to help learners understand the English they meet – at work, studying, or in social situations. Packed with learning tips, notes putting activities into context and coping strategies for difficult situations, the books are ideal either for self-study or classroom use. Ideal for ESOL Skills for Life examinations and government citizenship tests, these photocopiable resource books offer carefully selected skills activities based on, and clearly referenced to, the Adult ESOL Core Curriculum. A1 A2 B1 PHOTOCOPIABLE ESOL Activities STARTER TO INTERMEDIATE Complete Teacher’s notes are available to download from the website. Practical language activities for living in the UK and Ireland. •Organised around the themes of ‘Work and Study’ and ‘Social and Travel’, the series builds confidence through activities based on everyday situations Pre-entry (working towards A1) by Elisabeth Babenko Book with Audio CD 978-0-521-15379-9 Entry 1 (A1) by Louis Harrison Book with Audio CD 978-0-521-71238-5 Entry 2 (A2) by Elaine Boyd Book with Audio CD 978-0-521-71239-2 Entry 3 (B1) by Jo Smith Book with Audio CD 978-0-521-71240-8 •Learning tips throughout the book help students develop the skills they need to understand and be understood. •Students are encouraged to take their learning off the page and into daily life with ‘Extra practice’ tasks B1 B2 •Unit-by-unit checklists, based on ALTE Can-do statements, let learners see what they’ve achieved – and feel proud of it! 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Richards and Samuela Eckstut-Didier LOW INTERMEDIATE TO HIGH INTERMEDIATE Strategic Reading helps students develop reading fluency by focusing on reading speed and key skills as they read authentic (and adapted) texts. •Readings are adapted from authentic sources so students can be prepared for reading outside the classroom •Pre-reading tasks build students’ schema on the topic of the reading and teach them to skim and scan the text before reading in depth •Key vocabulary is practiced throughout, building students’ reading readiness •Instruction on one reading strategy per reading facilitates student learning •Expanded post-reading activities help students develop essential critical thinking skills cambridge.org/strategicreading Anthony Cosgrove Practical language activities for working in the UK. Ideal for ESOL for Work exams. Book with Audio CD Strategic Reading 978-0-521-18254-6 Also available • Effective Reading • Language to Language • Learning to Learn English • Practical Faster Reading • Short Stories • What’s it Like? Level 1 Student’s Book Teacher’s Manual 978-0-521-28112-6 978-0-521-28114-0 Level 2 Student’s Book Teacher’s Manual 978-0-521-28113-3 978-0-521-28115-7 Level 3 Student’s Book Teacher’s Manual 978-0-521-28111-9 978-0-521-28116-4 C1 C2 The International Story An anthology with guidelines for reading and writing about fiction • Writing for Advanced Learners of English Ruth Spack • Writing Skills ADVANCED cambridge.org/elt Student’s Book Instructor’s Manual 978-0-521-65797-6 978-0-521-65796-9 Real Listening & Speaking by Miles Craven, Sally Logan and Craig Thaine Level 1 with answers 978-0-521-70198-3 Level 1 without answers 978-0-521-70199-0 Level 2 with answers 978-0-521-70200-3 Level 2 without answers 978-0-521-70201-0 Level 3 with answers 978-0-521-70588-2 Level 3 without answers 978-0-521-70589-9 Level 4 with answers 978-0-521-70590-5 Level 4 without answers 978-0-521-70591-2 84 For more information about our digital products see page 6 Skills A2 B1 B1 B2 A1 A2 B1 B2 Active Listening NEW Present Yourself Let’s Talk Second edition Second edition Second edition Steven Brown, Dorolyn Smith Steven Gershon Leo Jones HIGH BEGINNING TO INTERMEDIATE LOW INTERMEDIATE TO INTERMEDIATE HIGH BEGINNER TO HIGH INTERMEDIATE Active Listening Second edition is a popular three-level listening series for adult and young-adult learners of English. Each level offers students 16 engaging, task-based units, each built around a topic, function, or grammatical theme. Grounded in the theory that learners are more successful listeners when they activate their prior knowledge of a topic, the series gives students a frame of reference to make predictions about what they will hear. Present Yourself Second edition, now with complementary video for each level, is a presentation skills course for adult and young adult learners of English. This series takes a process approach to giving presentations and offers students an opportunity to develop the life skill of talking about topics to an audience outside the language classroom. The books can be used as a main text in a presentation skills course, in the context of a general conversation course, or as a component in speaking or integrated-skills classes. 30-45 teaching hours Through a careful balance of activities, students learn to listen for main ideas, to listen for details, and to listen and make inferences. It can be used as a main text for listening classes or as a component in speaking or integrated-skills classes. •A process approach to preparing and giving a presentation •A clear focus on how to organize a presentation and systematic teaching of presentation skills cambridge.org/activelistening Level 1 Student’s Book with Self-study Audio CD Teacher’s Manual with Audio CD Class Audio CDs (3) 978-0-521-67813-1 978-0-521-67814-8 978-0-521-67815-5 Level 2 Student’s Book with Self-study Audio CD Teacher’s Manual with Audio CD Class Audio CDs (3) 978-0-521-67817-9 978-0-521-67818-6 978-0-521-67819-3 Level 3 Student’s Book with Self-study Audio CD Teacher’s Manual with Audio CD Class Audio CDs (3) •Fun, personalized communicative activities Level 1, Experiences Student’s Book with Audio CD Teacher’s Manual with DVD 978-1-107-43563-6 978-1-107-43583-4 Level 2, Viewpoints Student’s Book with Audio CD Teacher’s Manual with DVD 978-1-107-43578-0 978-1-107-43584-1 Writers at Work Student’s Book and Writing Skills Interactive Pack •Expansion sections review key language in a fun, fluency-building way •Communication tasks in every unit provide additional speaking practice Teacher’s Manual •Detailed notes give teaching steps, tips, key vocabulary, and answers •Extensive practice activities help students master the skills •A separate section for audio scripts allows for easy photocopying •Online forums allow instructors to set open-ended writing tasks cambridge.org/letstalk •Intuitive gradebook shows all student scores as well as time on task cambridge.org/writingskillsinteractive Level 1 978-1-107-63853-2 Level 2 978-1-107-63243-1 Level 3 978-1-107-67604-6 Level 4 978-1-107-64236-2 978-1-107-69571-9 978-1-107-62985-1 978-1-107-67721-0 978-1-107-64520-2 978-1-107-45757-7 978-1-107-45758-4 978-1-107-45760-7 978-1-107-45761-4 From Sentence to Paragraph The Paragraph The Short Composition The Essay 978-1-107-45764-5 978-1-107-45766-9 978-1-107-45768-3 978-1-107-45771-3 For more information about our digital products see page 6 •Vocabulary-building exercises prepare learners to discuss topics •Model Conversations provide additional language support •Animated presentations for each skill provide instruction to students outside of class Writing Skills Interactive Grammar and Beyond Student’s Book and Writing Skills Interactive Pack Academic Encounters Reading and Writing Student’s Book and Writing Skills Interactive Pack •Frequent pair and group work activities give students opportunities to share ideas •A program of tests and quizzes allows for assessment flexibility NEW Writing Skills Interactive •Flexible content makes Writing Skills Interactive the perfect addition to any course Student’s Book •Language objectives for every activity highlight learning expectations 978-0-521-67821-6 978-0-521-67822-3 978-0-521-67823-0 If your students are learning how to write, they need writing skills. Writing Skills Interactive offers instruction and practice across a range of discrete skills. Every exercise is automatically graded, helping students improve independently and giving instructors time to focus on other aspects of writing. Let’s Talk Second edition, is a three-level course designed to develop oral communication skills and build learner confidence. Unique twists on topics draw students into conversations, and engaging activities guarantee maximum talking time. The 16 four-page thematic units in each level are divided into two-page lessons, with each lesson encouraging students to express their feelings, ideas, and opinions. Level 1 Student’s Book with Self-study Audio CD Teacher’s Manual with Audio CD Class Audio CDs (3) 978-0-521-69281-6 978-0-521-69282-3 978-0-521-69283-0 Level 2 Student’s Book with Self-study Audio CD Teacher’s Manual with Audio CD Class Audio CDs (3) 978-0-521-69284-7 978-0-521-69285-4 978-0-521-69286-1 Level 3 Student’s Book with Self-study Audio CD Teacher’s Manual with Audio CD Class Audio CDs (3) 978-0-521-69287-8 978-0-521-69288-5 978-0-521-69289-2 85 Professional Development: Practical Cambridge Copy Collection Cambridge cambridge.org/ccc Copy A1 A2 A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 Collection Younger Learners Grammar and Vocabulary LOW BEGINNER TO HIGH ELEMENTARY FALSE BEGINNER TO ADVANCED Primary Activity Box, Games and activities for younger learners by Caroline Nixon and Michael Tomlinson Book and Audio CD 978-1-107-61867-1 Primary Communication Box, Speaking and listening activities for younger learners by Caroline Nixon and Michael Tomlinson Book978-0-521-54988-2 Primary Curriculum Box,Cross-curricular topic-based lessons for younger learners by Kay Bentley Book with Audio CD 978-0-521-72961-1 Primary Grammar Box, Grammar games and activities for younger learners by Caroline Nixon and Michael Tomlinson Book978-0-521-00963-8 Primary Music Box, Traditional songs and activities for younger learners by Sab Will with Susannah Reed Book with Audio CD 978-0-521-72856-0 Primary Pronunciation Box, Pronunciation games and activities for younger learners by Caroline Nixon and Michael Tomlinson Book with Audio CD 978-0-521-54545-7 Primary Reading Box, Reading activities and puzzles for younger learners by Caroline Nixon and Michael Tomlinson Book978-0-521-54987-5 Primary Vocabulary Box, Word games and activities for younger learners by Caroline Nixon and Michael Tomlinson Book978-0-521-52033-1 A Way with Words by Stuart Redman and Robert Ellis with Brigit Viney Book and Audio CD 978-1-107-69322-7 Book978-0-521-47777-2 A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 Teenagers ELEMENTARY TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE Activity Box, A resource book for teachers of young students by Jean Greenwood Book978-0-521-49870-8 Film, TV and Music, Multi-level activities for teenagers by Olha Madylus Book978-0-521-72838-6 Imaginative Projects, A resource book of project work for young students by Matt Wicks Book978-0-521-66805-7 Pairwork and Groupwork, Multi-level activities for teenagers by Meredith Levy and Nicholas Murgatroyd Book978-0-521-71633-8 Teen World, Multi-level activities for teenagers by Joanna Budden Book978-0-521-72155-4 A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 Business English BEGINNER TO ADVANCED Business English Frameworks by Paul Emmerson Book978-0-521-00455-8 Business Roles 2, Simulations for Business English by John Crowther-Alwyn Book978-0-521-64849-3 Cambridge Business English Activities, Serious fun for Business English students by Jane Cordell Book978-0-521-58734-1 Decisionmaker by David Evans Book978-0-521-44805-5 In Business, Activities to bring Business English to life by Marjorie Rosenberg Book978-0-521-61729-1 Intercultural Resource Pack, Intercultural communication resources for language teachers by Derek Utley Book978-0-521-53340-9 86 HIGHLY COMMENDED ESU AWARD Collocations Extra by Elizabeth Walter and Kate Woodford Book with CD-ROM 978-0-521-74522-2 Games for Grammar Practice by Maria Lucia Zaorob and Elizabeth Chin Book978-0-521-66342-7 Games for Vocabulary Practice by Felicity O’Dell and Katie Head Book978-0-521-00651-4 Meanings and Metaphors by Gillian Lazar Book978-0-521-77436-9 Singing Grammar by Mark Hancock Book and Audio CD 978-1-107-63190-8 The Grammar Activity Book by Bob Obee Book978-0-521-57579-9 Instant PET Ready-to-use tasks and activities Martyn Ford Book and Audio CDs (2) Pack 978-0-521-61124-4 Instant IELTS Ready-to-use tasks and activities Guy Brook-Hart Book and Audio CD Pack 978-0-521-75534-4 A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 Skills ELEMENTARY TO ADVANCED Advanced Skills by Simon Haines Book and Audio CD Pack 978-0-521-60848-0 Be Understood! by Christina Maurer Smolder Book with CD-ROM and Audio CD 978-0-521-13883-3 Listening Extra by Miles Craven Book and Audio CDs (2) 978-0-521-75461-3 Pronunciation Games by Mark Hancock Book 978-0-521-46735-3 Quizzes, Questionnaires and Puzzles by Miles Craven Book 978-0-521-60582-3 Reading Extra by Liz Driscoll Book 978-0-521-53405-5 Speaking Extra by Mick Gammidge Book and Audio CD 978-0-521-75464-4 The Book of Days by Adrian Wallwork Book and Audio CD 978-1-107-68570-3 Writing Extra by Graham Palmer Book 978-0-521-53287-7 See also • Teacher Training Essentials Page 88 • Instant Academic Skills Page 45 Exploring British Culture Jo Smith ELEMENTARY TO ADVANCED A photocopiable resource book and Audio CD covering a wide range of aspects of British culture, for students at all levels. 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Use 73 Be My Guest 51 Be Understood! 86 Beginning to Write 87 Better English Pronunciation 79 Beyond Training 90 Bilingual Family, Second edition, The 90 Bilingual Language Acquisition 90 Book of Days, The 86 BULATS Blended Learning Course65 Business Advantage 46 Business Benchmark 65 Business English Frameworks 86 Business Plus 48 Business Roles 2 86 Business Start-up 47 Business Vocabulary in Use 48 C Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary54 Cambridge Academic English 42 Cambridge Academic Writing Collection43 Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary 52 Cambridge Alphabet Book 17 Cambridge Applied Linguistics 89 Cambridge BEC 69 Cambridge Bilingual Dictionaries54 Cambridge Business English Activities86 Cambridge Business English Dictionary53 Cambridge Business Skills 47 Cambridge Checkpoint English92 Cambridge Copy Collection 86 Cambridge Dictionaries Online 52 Cambridge Dictionary of American English54 Cambridge Dictionary of American Idioms 54 Cambridge Dictionary of English Grammar, 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Componentiality of L2 Reading in English for Academic Purposes, (SILT 12), An 91 English as a Global Language, Second edition 90 English as a Second Language 92 English at Work 84 English Collocations in Use 78 English for Academics 45 English for Academic Purposes 90 English for Business Communication47 English for Business Studies 48 English for Specific Purposes 90 English for the Financial Sector 49 English for the Teacher 88 English Grammar 90 English Grammar in Use 74 English Grammar in Use Supplementary Exercises 74 English Grammar Today 76 English Idioms in Use 78 English in Medicine 51 English in Mind Second edition24 English Ladder, The 16 English Language Teaching Materials87 English Phonetics and Phonology88 English Phrasal Verbs in Use 78 English Profile Studies 89 English Pronunciation Illustrated79 English Pronunciation in Use 79 English Unlimited 34 English Vocabulary in Use 78 English36549 Equivalence of direct and semi-direct speaking tests, (SILT 13), The 91 ESOL 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Reading in the Second Language Classroom 87 Eyes Open 18 F face2face Second edition 32 Fairness and Validation in Language Assessment, (SILT 9) 91 Feedback in Second Language Writing89 Figurative Language, Genre and Register89 Film, TV and Music, Multi-level activities for teenagers 86 First Exposure to a Second Language90 First for Schools Trainer 70 First Trainer 70 Five-Minute Activities 87 Five-Minute Activities for Business English87 Five-Minute Activities for Young Learners87 Flightpath50 Focus on Form in Classroom Second Language Acquisition 89 Focus on the Language Classroom90 Foreign Accent: The Phenomenon of Non-native Speech 90 Four Corners 35 From Corpus to Classroom 90 From Reader to Reading Teacher 87 From Teacher to Manager 90 Fun for Starters, Movers and Flyers60 Functional English Grammar 87 G Games for Grammar Practice 86 Games for Language Learning, Third edition 87 Games for Vocabulary Practice 86 Genre Analysis 89 Genres Across the Disciplines 89 Get on Stage! 17 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Approaches to Second Language Reading 89 Interchange Fourth edition 38 Intercultural Language Activities87 Intercultural Resource Pack 86 Interfaces Between Second Language Acquisition and Language Testing Research 89 International Legal English 49 International Negotiations 47 International Story, The 84 Internet and the Language Classroom, The 87 Intonation in Context 79 Introducing Second Language Acquisition, Second edition 90 Introduction to International Legal English 49 Investigation into the Comparability of Two Tests of English as a Foreign Language, (SILT 1), An 91 Issues in Applied Linguistics 90 Issues in Computer-Adaptive Testing of Reading Proficiency, (SILT 10) 91 Issues in Testing Business English, (SILT 17) 91 J Join Us for English 17 K Keep Talking 87 KET for Schools Trainer 70 Key Issues in Language Teaching88 Kid’s Box Second edition 14 Kid’s Box American English Second edition 14 93 Title index L Language Activities for Teenagers87 Language and Linguistics 90 Language and the Internet, Second edition 90 Language Change 90 Language Functions Revisited, English Profile Studies 2 89 Language Learning in Distance Education90 Language Learning with Digital Video87 Language Learning with Technology87 Language of Business Meetings, The 89 Language Program Evaluation 89 Language Teacher Supervision 90 Language Teaching Awareness 87 Language Teaching Matrix, The90 Language Test Construction and Evaluation 90 Language Testing Matters, (SILT 31) 91 Language Transfer 89 Laughing Matters 87 Learner Autonomy 87 Learner English, Second edition87 Learner Strategy Use and Performance on Language Tests, (SILT 8) 91 Learner-Centred Curriculum, The 89 Learners’ Stories 90 Learning One-to-One 87 Learning Strategies in Second Language Acquisition 89 Learning to Learn English 84 Learning Vocabulary in Another Language Second edition 89 Lessons from Good Language Learners90 Lessons from Nothing 87 Let’s Talk 85 Linguistics, Second edition 90 Listening Extra 86 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Charles Allen, Patrick Allum, Virginia Allwright, Richard Altenberg, Evelyn P. Anderson, Kenneth Andrews, Stephen Armer, Tamzen Arndt, Valerie Arnold, Jane Aspinall, Patricia Atkinson, Martin Austen, Michael 87 73 88 90, 91 89 50 90 90 45 90 50 88 87, 90 83 90 83 B Babenko, Elisabeth Bachman, Lyle F. Bailey, Kathleen M. Baker, Ann Baker, Mark Bamford, Julian Banks, Tim Barbisan, Carlos Barkhuizen, Gary Barrell, Jania Barry, Marian Battersby, Alan Benson, Phil Bentley, Marla Bentley, Kay Berlage, Eva Betteridge, David Bilbrough, Nick Bitterlin, Gretchen Black, Michael Blass, Laurie Blommaert, Jan Bodósczky, Caroline Bohlke, David Borg, Simon Boyd, Elaine Brandt, Deborah Brazil, David Breen, Michael P. Brennan, Frank Brinton, Donna Britain, David Broadhead, Annie Brook-Hart, Guy Brookes, Arthur Brown, A. Brown, Gillian Brown, James Dean Brown, Keith Brown, Kristine Brown, Steven Browne, Charles Buck, Gary Buckby, Michael Budden, Joanna Bunting, John Burden, Robert L. Burns, Anne Bybee, Joan 84 89, 91 90 79 90 87 47 27 89 83 92 83 90 82 86, 88 90 87 87 39 64, 70 44, 77 90 88 35 89 84 90 90 90 82, 83 90 90 64 62, 65, 86 87 91 50, 90 90 90 43 85 42 91 87 26, 86 77 90 87, 89, 90 90 C Cameron, Lynne 89, 90 Campbell, Barbara 92 Campbell, Colin 82, 83 Canestri, Captain Stefano 50 Capel, Annette 58, 64 Carrell, Patricia L. 89 Carter, Richard 24 Carter, Ronald 76, 89, 90 Ćatibušić, Bronagh 89 Celce-Murcia, Marianne 90 Cenoz, Jasone 89 Ceramella, Nick 50 Chalhoub-Deville, Micheline 91 Chapelle, Carol A. 89, 91 Chaudron, Craig 89 Cheng, Liying 91 Chin, Elizabeth 86 Chin, Peter 44 Choi, Inn-Chull 91 Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) 50 Clahsen, Harald 90 Clapham, Caroline 90, 91 Clark, David 48, 65 Clark, Rachel 48 Clementson, Theresa 34 Clover, Louise 82 Coady, James 89 Cohen, Andrew D. 89 Collie, Joanne 87 Connor, Ulla M. 89 Coombe, Christine 89 Corbett, John 87 Cordell, Jane 86 Cosgrove, Anthony 84 Cox, Marian 92 Coyle, Do 90 Craven, Miles 23, 74, 84, 86 Crookes, Graham 87, 90 Crowther-Alwyn, John 86 Crystal, David 90 Cullen, Pauline 66, 72 Culligan, Brent 42 Cummins, Jim 89 Cunningham, Gillie 32 Cushing Weigle, Sara 91 D Daish, Sue 92 Dale, Liz 87 Daller, Helmut 89 DaSilva Iddings, Ana Christina 87 Davidson, Fred 91 Davidson, Peter 89 Davies, Alan 90, 91 Davis, Fiona 27 Davis, Paul 87 Day, Jeremy 27, 50 Day, Richard R. 87 Dehé, Nicole 90 Deignan, Alice 89 DeKeyser, Robert 89 Devine, Joanne 89 Dignen, Bob 47, 49 Dimond-Bayir, Stephanie 40 Diniz, Luciana 77 Dobbs, Jeannine 87 Doff, Adrian 30, 34, 88 Donna, Sylvie 79, 87 Dörnyei, Zoltán 90 Doughty, Catherine 89 Douglas, Dan 91 Downes, Colm 50 Driscoll, Liz 72, 84, 86 Driver, Paul 87 Dubin, Fraida 90 Dudeney, Gavin 87 Dudley-Evan, Tony 90 Duff, Alan 87 E Eckstut-Didier, Samuela Edwards, Lynda Elder, C. Elliot, Sue Ellis, Robert Emmerson, Paul Eskey, David E. Esling, John Espeseth, Miriam Espinosa, Tamsin Evans, David Everett-Camplin, Helen F Falvey, Peter Farrall, Cate Farrell, Thomas Feunteun, Anne Field, John Field, Mary Lee Filipović, Luna Firth, Matt Fletcher, Craig Flinders, Steve Flowerdew, John 84 78 91 61, 70 86 86, 87 89 54 43 43 86 82 91 50 87, 88 88 90 87 89 49 43 49 87, 89, 90 For more information about our digital products see page 6 Ford, Martyn Forest, Richard W. Freeman, Donald French, Amanda 86 90 90 66 G Gairns, Ruth 87 Galaczi, Evelina D. 91 Gallivan, Liz 70 Gammidge, Mick 86 Gardner, Peter S. 43 Gardner, Sheena 89 Garside, Barbara 48, 87 Garside, Tony 48 Gear, Jolene 51 Gear, Robert 51 Gebhard, Jerry G. 87 Gelshenen, Rosemary 45 Genesse, Fred 87 Geranpayeh, Ardeshir 91 Gerngross, Günter 10, 12, 16, 17, 20, 87 Gershon, Steven 85 Gilbert, Judy B. 79 Glendinning, Eric 45, 50, 51 Goh, Christine 87 Goldstein, Ben 18, 34, 87 Golombek, Paula R. 87 Gooch, Fred 43 Goodey, Diana 23 Goodey, Noel 23 Goodwin, Janet 90 Gordon, Deborah 44 Gorter, Durk 89 Gower, Roger 84 Grabe, William 89 Graves, Kathleen 87 Green, Alison J. F. 91 Green, Anthony 89, 91 Greenwood, Jean 86 Grellet, Françoise 90 Griffiths, Carol 90 Griffiths, Griff 87 Grove, E. 91 Grundy, Peter 87 Guse, Jenni 87 H Hadkins, Helen 26 Haines, Simon 62, 72, 84, 86 Hamiliton, Nick 87 Hamp-Lyons, Liz 45 Han, ZhaoHong 90 Hancock, Penny 83 Hancock, Mark 79, 86 Handford, Michael 46, 89 Harding-Esch, Edith 90 Harley, Birgit 89 Harmer, Jeremy 83 Harrison, Louis 84 Harvey, Paul 88 Harwood, Nigel 87 Hashemi, Louise 64, 70, 72, 74 Hasselgren, Angela 91 Hatch, Evelyn 90 Hawkey, Roger A. 91 Hawkins, John 89 Head, Katie 86 Heasley, Ben 45 Hendra, Leslie Anne 34 Helliwell, Margaret 48 Henstock, Claire 43 Herdon, Tim 82 Herschensohn, Julia 90 Hess, Natalie 87 Hewings, Martin 42, 72, 76, 79, 87 Heyderman, Emma 18, 61, 62 Hicks, Diana 16 Higgins, Eoin 18 Hill, David A. 83 Hill, K. 91 Hinkel, Eli 89 Hobbs, Martyn 22 Hockley, Andrew 90 Hodge, Robert 90 Holcombe, Garan 17 Holliday, Adrian 90 Holmes, Vicki L. 87 Holmström, Beverly Holzmann, Christian Hood, Philip Hood, Susan Hopkins, Diana Hornberger, Nancy H. Horner, David House, Paul House, Susan Howard, Ron Huckin, Thomas Hughes, Arthur Huizhong, Yang Hull, Jonathan Hunston, Susan Hutchinson, Tom Hyland, Fiona Hyland, Ken 45, 51 20 90 43 72 89 48 16 16 50 89 90 91 38 89 90 89 87, 89 I Iannuzzi, Susan Ibbotson, Mark Ireland, Sue Iwashita, N. 77 47, 50 72 91 J Jacobs, George M. 87 Jakeman, Vanessa 62, 66, 67 James, Peter 88 Johns, Ann M. 89 Johnson, Karen E. 87 Johnson, Margaret 82, 83 Johnson, Dennis 39 Johnson, Robert Keith 89 Jones, Neil 91 Jones, Ceri 18 Jones, Daniel 54 Jones, Leo 51, 85 Jordan, Robert R. 90 Joseph, Niki 58 K Kanoaka, Yoneko Kasper, Gabriele Kay, Judith Keohane, Kathy Kern, Richard Kerr, Philip Kershaw, George Khalifa, Hanan Kingsley, Susan Kirkpatrick, Andy Klippel, Friederike Koda, Keiko Koester, Almut Koizumi, Yusa Kosta, Joanna Krois-Lindner, Amy Kroll, Barbara Kubanyiova, Magdalena Kunnan, Antony 43 89 45 87 89 87 83 91 64 90 87 89 46 44 58, 72 49 89 90 91 L Lamb, Clarice 87 Lane, Sarah 45 Lansford, Lewis 40 Laughner, Melissa S. 90 Lazar, Gillian 86, 88 Leaney, Cindy 87 Leather, Sue 83 Lee McKay, Sandra 87, 89 Lee, Elizabeth 50 Levy, Meredith 23, 86 Lewis-Jones, Peter 10, 12, 20, 24, 27, 30 Lewis, Samantha 26 Lindsley, Marianne 50 Lindstromberg, Seth 87 Lisboa, Martin 46 Little, David 89 Littlejohn, Andrew 16, 48, 90 Littlemore, Jeannette 89 Littlewood, William 90 Llinares, Ana 90 Lloyd, Mark 27 Loader, Mandy 82, 83 Lock, Graham 87 Lockhart, Charles 87 Logan, Sally 84 Long, Michael H. Lou Leaver, Betty Low, Graham Lucantoni, Peter Lumley, T. Luoma , Sari Lynch, Brian K. Lynch, Tony 89 90 89 92 91 91 89 45 M MacAndrew, Richard 82, 83 MacKenzie, Ian 48, 49, 50 Mackey, Daphne 44 Maclean, Joan 45 Madylus, Olha 86 Malderez, Angi 88 Maley, Alan 83, 87 Malmkjaer, Kirsten 90 Marco Fabré, Elena 50 Mark, Geraldine 76, 78 Marks, Jonathan 79 Marsh, David 90 Marsland, Bruce 87 Martin, Mervyn 90 Martyniuk, Waldemar 91 Mascull, Bill 48 Matthews, Blair 43 Matthews, Laura 61, 72 Mauranen, Anna 89 Maurer Smolder, Christina 86 May, Peter 61, 62, 70 McCafferty, Steven G. 87 McCarten, Jeanne 36, 37, 48 McCarthy, Michael 36, 37, 42, 45, 48, 76, 78, 90 McCullagh, Marie 51 McDowell, Clare 67 McEntire, Jo 44 McGarr, Patricia 50 McGiffin, Janet 83 McKay, Heather 87 McKay, Penny 87, 91 McKeegan, David 18, 62 Mckeown, Arthur 50 McKnight, Lesley 11 McNair, Alistair 43 McNamara, T. 91 Medgyes, Péter 87 Merrill Valdes, Joyce 90 Milanovic, Michael 91 Miller, Jim 90 Miller, Lindsay 87 Milton, James 89 Moore, Julie 72 Morgan, John 87 Morrison, David 82 Morton, Tom 90 Moses, Antoinette 82, 83 Moulton, Margaret R. 87 Moyer, Alene 90 Murgatroyd, Nicholas 82, 86 Murphey, Tim 90 Murphy, Raymond 73, 74, 75 Murrell, Stephen 50 N Nagliati, Peter Naterop, Jean B. 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