- Format:Digital product license key
- Subject(s):English as a Second Language
- Author(s):Jane Boylan, Claire Medwell, Annie Altamirano, Kathryn Harper, Nicola Mabbott
- Available from: No date available
- Notes: Not available for credit card purchase. Please contact Customer Services.
Cambridge Global English is a nine-stage language-rich course for learners of English as a Second Language, following the Cambridge International Examinations curriculum framework.
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The perfect accompaniment to the course, share projectable versions of the coursebook and workbook with your whole class and get your learners talking about topics from cinema to sport with videos, animations and images. Support learners’ use of English with short activities including drag and drop, multiple choice questions and spelling and grammar practice. Quickly and easily display answers to the activities on screen in a pop up window. Our glossary feature helps learners develop essential vocabulary. Available as a 12-month single user licence. This card gives you access to your Digital Classroom resource on the Cambridge Elevate platform and is available to purchase from distributors. If you wish to buy this directly from us, we will email you a book code - please contact your sales consultant or customer services.
Digital Classroom provides on-screen versions of Cambridge student resources – for simple and effective front of class teaching.
Play audio and video straight from the page – no need to switch between platforms or go searching for a CD.
Videos or animations in every unit give you ready-made materials you can trust, linked to textbook topics.
There are interactive on-screen language activities in every unit – especially designed for whole-class teaching.
Glossaries support vocabulary development with audio and examples of words used in context, and explain key technical terms.
Digital Classroom can be downloaded, so you have peace of mind your lesson won’t be interrupted if the internet fails.
Each multimedia resource starts and ends with questions that encourage class discussion and active learning.
Learning objectives are displayed on screen for every lesson so your class can focus on what they’ll be learning.
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