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Teaching resources

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  • Core curriculum
  • A1: Elementary
  • A2: Beginner
  • B1: Lower intermediate
  • B2: Upper Intermediate
  • C1: Advanced

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Core curriculum resources are designed to be the main backbone of your teaching. They guide your learners step-by-step from zero. Supplement core courses with one or two expansion courses to create a more flexible learning plan adapted to your learners interests or goals!

A1 (elementary) learners are able to communicate in English on limited everyday topics such as self-introductions, identifying common objects, discussing hobbies. They are typically focusing on learning core vocabulary and simple sentence structures.

These A1 expansion courses are intended to provide your learners with additional practice related to their interests or goals.

A2 (beginner) learners are able to communicate in English on most everyday topics such as discussing hobbies, making plans and discussing what they did in the past. They are confident using common sentences/ phrases and grammatical structures.

These A2 expansion courses are intended to provide your learners with additional practice related to their interests or goals.

B1 (lower intermediate) learners are able to communicate in English on familiar, everyday topics such as hobbies, school, work, holidays, shopping, etc. They can describe experiences and events, discuss their hopes or ambitions, and give simple explanations for opinions or plans. 

These B1 expansion courses are intended to provide your learners with additional practice related to their interests or goals. 

B2 (upper intermediate) learners are able to communicate easily and spontaneously in English on a wide range of topics. They may be focusing more on technical or specialist English learning, and are able to produce more detailed text using diverse grammar and vocabulary. 

These B2 expansion courses are intended to provide your learners with additional practice related to their interests or goals. 

C1 (advanced) learners are able to communicate fluently and spontaneously in English on a wide range of topics. They can use language flexibly in a range of social, academic or professional contexts, as well as produce well-structured, detailed texts on more complex topics

These C1 expansion courses are intended to provide your learners with additional practice related to their interests or goals. 

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