A six-level English course that gets students speaking with confidence.
This student-centered course draws on insights from language teaching experts and real students and focuses on the most effective and efficient ways to make progress in English.
Key FeaturesDedicated speaking lessons based on immersive tasks. Every unit has a "Time to speak" lesson dedicated to developing speaking skills and building students’ confidence in taking risks with language.Peer models and content from real students. Real students feature throughout the Student Books and are featured responding to discussion questions in mobile-friendly videos that provide achievable role models.Bite-sized learning and mobile phone activities. "Find it" smartphone activities bring live content into the class, and "Practice Extra" enables busy students to do their homework on smartphones, tablets, or computers outside of class.Corpus-informed content to help learners avoid common mistakes. "Accuracy check" highlights common learner errors, whilst "Register check" highlights potential problem areas such as differences between written and spoken English.A focus on real-world communication. "Insider English" highlights the informal language and colloquial expressions frequently used in everyday situations, and pronunciation activities address aspects of pronunciation that most affect communication.Integrated teacher development in the Teacher’s Edition. A Teacher Development Program integrated into the teaching notes, acknowledging that teachers are keen to develop and try new ideas but need to fit this into busy lives and teaching schedules.
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Better Learning is our simple approach where deeper insights help shape richer content that drives stronger results.
InsightsYou spoke. We listened.
We conducted extensive research and input from learners, teachers, and language experts, and their input has helped us shape content that drives results.
Insights from students
We asked over 2,000 students from all over the world what topics they would like to discuss in English and in what situations they would like to be able to speak more confidently. The ideas are included throughout the Student’s Book and the students appear in short videos responding to discussion questions.
Insights from teachers
Teachers from all over the world were instrumental to the conceptualization and development of EVOLVE. Through extensive market research, in-person discussions at schools, and constant reviews of material, we’ve ensured that EVOLVE meets the needs of teachers and their students.
Experts in pedagogy and language research have contributed to the ideas underpinning EVOLVE, and many features of the course have been informed by research drawn from the Cambridge International Corpus.
ContentDesigned for success.
Course content designed to address the needs of learners and teachers.
Dedicated speaking lessons
Time to speak is a unique lesson in every unit dedicated to developing speaking skills and based around immersive tasks.
Real students feature throughout the Student’s Books responding to discussion questions in bite-sized videos.
Bite-sized mobile phone activities
Mobile friendly as well as accessible on desktop or tablet, these homework activities also allow teachers to easily track students' performance and can be used inside or outside the classroom.
Integrated teacher development
EVOLVE Teacher's Edition includes an integrated teacher development program which allows teachers to increase their skills while their students learn.
A course that creates a safe speaking environment where speaking can really thrive, EVOLVE, and take off.
Students are motivated to speak
Students are motivated to speak and share their ideas. Seeing their peers at the same level increases their confidence and willingness to take risks with the language.
Students make measurable progress
Progress checks help students evaluate their progress from the units and, in contrast to traditional can-do checklists, actually prove what they have learned.
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