Our English as a Second Language resources are coming soon
Our new resources for the updated Cambridge IGCSE™ English as a Second Language (0510/0511/0991/0993) syllabuses for examination from 2024 will be live on our website very soon. In the meantime, take a sneak peek at what will be coming from our expert English team in next month and explore some of our favourite ESL blog posts. If you’d like to receive updates straight to your inbox, sign up to our emails to hear more about our new resources, free webinars and more.
Cambridge IGCSE™ English as a Second Language
Written by English as a second language specialist, Peter Lucantoni, this series provides clear and accessible guidance for English reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. Engaging topics, such as lifestyles and food, bring authentic English to life. This series has been developed to support teachers and students of the Cambridge IGCSE and IGCSE (9-1) English as a Second Language syllabuses for examination from 2024, and students seeking a course exit level of B1/B2 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
Success International English Skills for Cambridge IGCSE™
From exploring fitness and well-being, to delving into our impact on the planet, this series explores a wide range of engaging topics, while helping students refine key skills in writing, reading, speaking and listening. This series has been developed to support teachers and students of the syllabus for examination from 2024 and for students seeking a course exit level of B2/C1 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
Articles to whet your appetite
Top 10 tips for cross-curricular links in English lessons: Showing students that their learning isn’t done in isolation can be hugely rewarding. Mark Beales highlights some simple and effective cross curricular teaching strategies, for introducing elements from other subjects into your English lessons.
What is language awareness? What does language learning look like and why is it so important? Adam Steele explores language awareness and how to overcome the struggles your students may face.
English language exercises to develop active learners: Learning isn’t just about sitting in a classroom in front of a whiteboard. Experienced teacher, Mike Gould, explores so fun ways to get students on their feet and taking part in lessons.
Differentiation in English - the easy way: Author, Marian Barry, shares her tried and tested lesson plan format to help all of your students feel accomplished.
Reading empowers: the importance of reading for students: Co-author of Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language, Peter Lucantoni, explores reading. Why is reading so important for learners, and how can you encourage them to read for pleasure?
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