ELT digital resources


Global eWorkbook

Global eWorkbook

Robert Campbell, Rob Metcalf, Julie Moore, Adrian Tennant,

The eWorkbook contains a wide range of activities which allow for extra practice and review of the language presented in the Global coursebook. Students can load material onto their portable music and video players and study and review ‘on-the-go’. 

  • Author and producer of the video component for all six levels.
  • Author of worksheets and teaching notes for 180 videos.
  • Author and producer of ‘Listen on the Move’ audio component.
  • Co-author of other eWorkbook material, and of the EOI Test Generator. 

Awards
Winner of ESU President's Award 2010 'recognising and encouraging the widespread use of technology to enhance English teaching worldwide'

Published by Macmillan Education

 

Global eWorkbook

 

Global Business Class

 Global eWorkbook business class

This new component in the Global series takes the existing award-winning eWorkbook and adds content relevant to the global business professional.  Whether for the general English student who wants to make the most of their current learning in a workplace context or a self-study student hoping to improve their English language solely for their careers. In addition to the existing content of the original eWorkbook there are 10 new business-related videos and worksheets and further business-related vocabulary and ‘Work Globally’ activities.

Published by Macmillan Education


Owl Hall

Apart from being a traditional print reader (see Readers section) with an audio CD, Owl Hall also has additional digital content. There's a website that is referenced in the story that includes a blog area. As students read the book, they can visit the site to read the blog entries that Kara, the main character, writes. As well as reading the blog posts, students can post their own comments, give advice to Kara, say what they think about the story, and predict what will happen next. At one point in the story, Kara makes a video which she uploads to the site. Students can watch the video online and find out more about the other characters.

The story of Owl Hall also exists as a dramatised podcast. The podcast, which is available from OneStopEnglish, presents the story in a completely different way. Used together, the different components make Owl Hall a unique classroom and out-of-school resource.

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Other digital work

Straightforward

  • Author of the video component for the new edition of this four-level English course for adults.

Published by Macmillan Education

Gateway

  • Author of the video component for this six-level English course for upper secondary students. 
  • Co-author of online activities and games.

Published by Macmillan Education