Learn English program, helps learners improve their understanding of key grammar areas from some/any at Elementary level to phrasal verbs at Advanced level. The program is ideal as a self-access resource for extension or remedial work, or integrated into a course of study and used for classwork or homework.

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Who Is It For?
- Program is suitable for all learners of English from Elementary to Advanced.
- Elementary to Advanced (five levels).

- International English

What Is The Approach?
Each unit begins with a presentation based on a dialogue, newspaper article or radio broadcast, where learners are encouraged to form theories about how the grammar works. Next comes a grammar rule where they confirm or correct their theories. Learners then move on to practice activities in which the language is contextualized and key aspects of form and function are highlighted. Each unit concludes with a randomized test enabling students to gauge their progress.

Other Useful Features
The program includes detailed feedback in exercises to help students understand where they went wrong, so they can avoid making the same mistakes in future. Each unit includes a video-based pronunciation exercise relating to the grammar point. And on completing a level, learners can print a certificate – a great motivator!

Learning to love reading
Most teachers love reading, but it can be a challenge to generate the same enthusiasm in our students. This is exactly what iLearn Active Reading sets out to achieve.

Who Is It For?
- Active Reading is suitable for Elementary to Advanced level students.
- Elementary to Advanced (six levels).

- International English

A Range Of Target Texts
The starting point is to present texts which are relevant, stimulating and lively. Topics range from advertisements for diets, to Internet posts on wireless gaming, to ecotourism. Text types include newspaper and magazine articles, emails, poems, recipes, stories and press releases. There’s a lot of variety, and topics to appeal to every learner.

Integration With Other Skills
Active Reading intelligently integrates reading with other skills. A text on fashion leads on to an activity where learners create their own advertisement for a watch; a unit on recipes takes students online to research recipes from different countries. This means speaking and writing are key ingredients in each unit. And learners can listen to a range of native speakers reading the texts, helping them to identify sense groups and develop their chunking skills.

A Systematic Progression
The program comes at six levels from Elementary to Advanced, with ten units in each level. Each unit starts with a video introduction, moves through controlled practice and comprehension exercises and concludes with a freer activity which expands on the topic. Active Reading can be used for classwork, homework or self-access. The program integrates with Results Manager enabling teachers to track student progress and generate reports.
Help your students learn to love reading – with Active Reading!
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