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07 July 2018

Susan Holden

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Susan Holden has been visiting Brazil regularly over the last 25 years, as a publisher, textbook writer and teacher trainer. This has taken her into schools in both the public and private sectors in a period of immense change. She has been associated with Macmillan over as many years, in various roles. As an author, she has written digital material - Animal World and Culture World - for MEC. Apart from Brazil, in the Macmillan Culture Readers series, and the titles in the Topics series, she is author of Encounters - English here and now (Macmillan do Brasil 2012-13), a four-level Service English course for Brazil.

07 June 2018

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27 August 2008

17 June 2008

Free Resources - Songs

Songs This section contains songs taken from Songs and Games for Children (David Paul) and 100 Ideas for Children (Jackie Holderness and Annie Hughes), two popular titles from the Macmillan Heinemann Photocopiable Series. You can buy these online from the secure onestopenglish bookshop. The recordings on this website are in MP3 files. If an MP3 player is not installed on your computer, you can download a player free of charge from http://www.winamp.com/download/.

Here Comes Super Bus

Here Comes Super Bus Beginner to Intermediate María José Lobo and Pepita Subirà Here Comes Super Bus is a four-level story-based English course with each unit focusing on a central story which is linked to a topic or theme of special interest to children. The activities and tasks are built around the language and content of the story, to suit the specific needs, interests and psychological characteristics of young learners. Children’s interests are centred around themselves and their immediate world. Here Comes Super Bus offers many opportunities for children to talk and exchange information about themselves, their family, their home and their pets. The syllabus for the course provides a balance between topics, activities, tasks and develops vocabulary and language functions which are relevant to children’s communication needs.

Macmillan Education's ELT Resource Sites - free English Language materials for teachers

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Macmillan ELT Resource Sites Supporting and enhancing your students' language learning, our resource sites provide free English Language supplementary material to download and use in your classroom. To receive the latest resources direct to your inbox, register for the Macmillan English Update! Get the resources you need - visit the resource sites for the type of English you teach, by clicking on the links below:

Young Children

Young Children Children learn by making and doing, through games, rhymes, songs and movement. Macmillan Education offers a wide range of materials to provide young children with an organized, well-managed, stress-free environment which enables them to develop self-esteem, confidence and competence from the start. New website for Young Learners

14 April 2008

macmillan dictionaries

Dictionaries For over 150 years, Macmillan has established a reputation as one of the world’s leading reference publishers. We have now enhanced this reputation with a series of dictionaries for learners of English, created from scratch by skilled lexicographers working in Britain and America. They have used revolutionary software to analyse English as it is spoken and written today, to produce up-to-date reference books designed for quick and easy access. The dictionaries incorporate innovative techniques to help users build their vocabulary and improve their accuracy and fluency. The Macmillan English Dictionary, the flagship title in the range, won the two most prestigious awards in the ELT industry for its first edition: the Duke of Edinburgh English-Speaking Union English Language Book Award in 2002, and the British Council Innovations Award in 2004. The second edition, with a special focus on writing skills, was published in 2007, and includes a complete package of unique, carefully researched materials designed to help learners to become more confident writers in academic and professional situations.

04 January 2007