Sample units are now available
Sample units are available from each level of Interchange 5th edition including: Student's book, Workbook and Teacher's edition.
Teach with confidence, using the world's favorite English course.
Interchange is a four-level, American English course that has been used by over 50 million students worldwide. This edition has been developed with insights from thousands of experienced teachers. The series delivers a communicative approach, flexible unit structure and easy to use digital support, giving teachers the tools they need, and empowering students to achieve their goals. Teachers choose Interchange because it works.
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Authors: Jack C. Richards, Jonathan Hull, Susan Proctor
CEFR Levels: A1 - B1
Better Learning is our simple approach where deeper insights help shape richer content that drives stronger results.
The same underlying pedagogy, but with new content that reflects the needs of today's students.
We've preserved everything teachers and learners told us they loved about Interchange, while making all the right updates to ensure it remains relevant: new Conversations, new Listenings, new Readings and new 'Snapshots'.
The syllabus and the flexible unit structure remain the same. This means that long-time teachers can adopt the Fifth Edition with ease and everyone can be confident that they are using a course with a 25-year pedigree.
This edition brings together the unrivaled expertise of Jack C. Richards with the combined insights of teachers all over the world.
Jack C. Richards' communicative methodology is based on decades of research into what works in adult English language classrooms.
From focus groups to surveys and in-depth reviewers, educators from all over the world helped shape this new edition.
Ask anyone who has taught with Interchange, and they will tell you that students learn how to speak.
Thanks to Jack C. Richards' communicative methodology, students start speaking right from the first lesson, boosting their confidence and demonstrating their learning.
Two teachers conducted independent efficancy studies which have been combined into a report, demonstrating that studying with Interchange is effective.
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