Everybody Up: Level 2 Class Audio CD: Linking your classroom to the wider world

Audio Book (CD) | March 26, 2016

byPatrick Jackson, Susan Banman Sileci

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Everybody Up gets students talking about the real world. Posters, videos, stories, and songs link English to other school subjects and universal values, developing global citizens with 21st century skills.Everybody Up is a seven-level course that motivates children by linking the English classroom to the wider world.Everybody Up encourages children to use language in a natural and meaningful way by connecting English to their own lives. Colorful cross-curricular lessons link English to other school subjects. Fun stories teach life lessons such as being kind and polite. Great songs, and the special Everybody UpFriends, motivate children to practice English - even at home! The Everybody Up Global Sing-along links your classroom to the wider world.

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Everybody Up gets students talking about the real world. Posters, videos, stories, and songs link English to other school subjects and universal values, developing global citizens with 21st century skills.Everybody Up is a seven-level course that motivates children by linking the English classroom to the wider world.Everybody Up encour...

Patrick Jackson spent a year in Japan where he began teaching children and creating EFL materials.

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Format:Audio Book (CD)Published:March 26, 2016Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0194106748

ISBN - 13:9780194106740

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