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    Secondary Teenagers Special Edition Teenagers Special Edition is a six-level English series for secondary students at the beginner to intermediate level. This series features: A content- based approach, including crosscultural and cross-curricular topics. A proposal for developing learning strategies, communicative skills and vocabulary acquisition. A clear communicative approach to grammar. Games and all kinds of activities which imply having fun while learning. A project methodology to promote meaningful tasks and cooperative learning. Evaluations and self-evaluations according to the learning goals. New Generation for Teenagers is based on the communicative approach and stimulates adolescents to have fun while learning.

    A thorough development of the communicative, cognitive and academic competences embedded in language learning. A Reflect on Values section which stimulates social awareness.

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    Up-to-date expressions that enable students communicate with real English. English For You! A modern 6-level English program, based on You Too! Among other things, it raises social awareness, prepares students for international examinations and includes a section with well-known rock and pop songs.

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    English for You! With English for You, students will learn and enjoy!

    You Too! Portfolio Use music to help your students learn English with You Too! These developments stimulate students to learn while having fun at the same time.

    The suggestions in this post can be used to make textbook activities more engaging and effective for students-- whether teachers are using textbooks occasionally or on a daily basis.

    Many textbooks for ELLs, especially for Beginners, are organized thematically. Teachers can build upon these themes and incorporate any of the following suggestions to increase student engagement, critical thinking skills, and language learning most of these suggestions include links leading to more details about each suggested strategy : 1 Turn textbook passages into sequencing activities or clozes for students to complete or have students create them.

    Have students convert the information from the data set categories into sentences, paragraphs, or an essay. See this British Council post on inductive learning for details on data sets.

    These could include written texts, photos, video clips, infographics, etc. Each jigsaw group could read one section of a chapter or answer a few of the questions and work to prepare a short presentation for the class on their assigned part.

    Many textbooks for ELLs, especially for Beginners, are organized thematically. Teachers can build upon these themes and incorporate any of the following suggestions to increase student engagement, critical thinking skills, and language learning most of these suggestions include links leading to more details about each suggested strategy : 1 Turn textbook passages into sequencing activities or clozes for students to complete or have students create them.

    Have students convert the information from the data set categories into sentences, paragraphs, or an essay. See this British Council post on inductive learning for details on data sets. These could include written texts, photos, video clips, infographics, etc.

    Each jigsaw group could read one section of a chapter or answer a few of the questions and work to prepare a short presentation for the class on their assigned part.

    Have students work in pairs to use a textbook dialogue as a model to write and perform their own dialogue.

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