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Challenge and inspire your teenage learners to think beyond language.
Whether inside or outside the classroom, American THiNK goes beyond building strong language skills to developing the whole learner - with an emphasis on critical thinking, values and self-esteem - ensuring academic and lifelong success.
Authors: Herbert Puchta, Jeff Stranks, Peter Lewis-Jones
CEFR Levels: A1 - B2
Better Learning is our simple approach where deeper insights help shape richer content that drives stronger results.
American THiNK's thought-provoking topics and a focus on developing cognitive skills challenge and inspire teens to become lifelong learners.
American THiNK explores complex issues and topics of interest to teens and offers insights into other people and cultures.
Train to THiNK activites that are integrated into lessons help your students sharpen their critical thinking skills–from sequencing and problem solving to evaluating information and supporting opinions–developing the habits of mind that are essential to successful learning across the curriculum.
THiNK Values activities encourage your students to reflect on positive social behaviours and important universal values such as developing intercultural awareness, understanding of global issues and appreciation and respect for others.
THiNK Self-Esteem activities help your students develop healthy sense of self-worth encourages them to have positive attitudes about themselves and others.
THiNK offers digital support in a variety of formats to provide flexibility in teaching and learning, including:
English Corpus-informed content and research-based pedagogy combine to develop students' language and cognitive skills simultaneously.
The world-renowned author team of Herbert Puchta, Jeff Stranks, and Peter Lewis-Jones brings extensive expertise in teen pedagogy and cognitive psychology to create effective and efficient learning experiences.
The vast database of the Cambridge English Corpus helps students learn English as it is actually used, and teachers are alerted to areas where learners are likely to encounter difficulties.
THiNK Exams' lessons and assessment-style activities throughout each level help prepare students for the Cambridge English Key, Preliminary, First and Advanced Exams.
THiNK helps you prepare students for Cambridge English exams.
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