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1 Primary Catalogue 2014

2 New titles for 2014 NEW LEVELS NEW SERIES 2 Look for these featured icons throughout the catalogue: 2 KEY 4 1 Cs Key Competences CEFR T Digital P Digital resources resources for teachers for pupils CLIL CLIL Contents DVD Video IWB Interactive Whiteboard Materials

3 Index Services Our network of area offices throughout the country ensures that you receive the professional and personal attention you deserve. EXTERNAL EXAMS YLE REGIONAL OFFICES José Luis Bugallal Marchesi, 20-1º Dcha A Coruña Tel Fax València, 307-3r, 2a Barcelona Tel Fax Avda. Tamarindos, 21 - Pta. 1 - Of. 7 Edif Vaymer III Valencia Tel Fax Avda. Hytasa, 36 - Edificio Toledo II, 3ª planta, móds 1, 2 y Sevilla Tel Fax Young Learners Exams Betania, 25 Local Lomo los Frailes Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Tel Fax KET Silla del Rey, 4-2º P Oviedo - Asturias Tel Fax Pº de Sagasta, 32-38, Esc 2ª, 1º F Zaragoza Tel Fax Salitre, 35-1º F La Alberca - Murcia Tel Fax Key English Test Hoya de la Mora, 11- Local Granada Tel Fax PET Preliminary English Test MARKETING / EDITORIAL Capitán Haya, 1 - planta 14 Edificio Eurocentro Madrid Tel Fax TRINITY Simón Bolívar, 27 - Dpto Bilbao Tel Fax Son Oliva, 10 baixos Palma de Mallorca Tel Fax Muguet, 6-4º C Madrid Tel Fax Kandinsky, 10 - bloque 3, 1º B Edificio Alazor Málaga Tel Contact us Trinity Exams Intro About Macmillan Macmillan Life Skills Macmillan in Partnership Macmillan Teacher Training Macmillan Training Services Online Tools for Teachers Macmillan Resources Pre-primary Captain Jack Cheeky Monkey / Patch the Puppy Macmillan in Pre-primary Primary Tiger Quest Find Out! Bugs World High Level Primary High Five! Footprints Primary Brainwave Macmillan English / English World Hotspot Bilingual Arts & Crafts Social Science Natural Science Supplementary Materials Macmillan Readers Exams Holiday World Grammar Goals Macmillan Dictionaries Methodology ISBN s

4 It s a pleasure to welcome you to this 2014 Macmillan catalogue. Whether you re a teacher looking for print or digital material, an educational institution wishing to combine excellent content with top-quality training services for your staff or a student hoping to find new ideas to try out, I m sure you ll find plenty to interest you. As ever, we are able to offer you the very best in pedagogical value by offering a range of new titles in addition to a full catalogue of existing favourites. Our materials reflect 170 years of history, years in which Macmillan has gained a position at the forefront of education and research. We ve come a long way since the Macmillan brothers founded the company in Our Macmillan Science and Education division now operates in 120 countries and continues to be driven by a vision to push the frontiers of learning and discovery by delivering quality content and innovative teaching solutions, tailored to the differing needs of classrooms around the world. Despite our extensive experience in the area of education, never before has Macmillan 4

5 About Macmillan witnessed such an exciting transformation in the way in which people learn, teach and discover. We continue to develop products to support shifting educational paradigms. In the words of Macmillan s CEO, Annette Thomas: Today the way in which people learn and teach have changed seismically. From interactive textbooks and tests to adaptive learning, flipped classrooms and customized and open source content, there has never been such an exciting time to be part of the education landscape. Developments in the area of technology are revolutionising the way we function on a daily basis, and classrooms, here and all over the world, are adapting to support this. Macmillan Iberia has been offering tailored teaching solutions for Spain for over 25 years and continues to grow through the provision of new and innovative educational services. Macmillan Training Services offers specialist consultancy and mentoring services for schools looking to expand or improve upon their English language teaching. Last year also saw the launch of ByME, an exciting joint venture with publisher Edelvives, which combines our own expertise in ELT methodology and content with that of a curriculum-focused publisher. This has allowed us to produce an exclusive collection of materials, specially tailored to meet the needs of bilingual Spanish schools. Macmillan Profesional continues to expand its range of top-quality titles for vocational students, and we re proud of our partnership with Hueber, the leading publisher of German language teaching material. Macmillan is committed to supporting teachers by providing teaching solutions and training that reflect the shifting educational paradigm, whilst recognising the challenges this represents. We view transformation as an opportunity to stimulate progress and innovation and to uncover new areas of education and discovery. We look forward to continuing to work in partnership with teachers, to learn and discover in unison and to produce workable teaching solutions which support and inspire tomorrow s generation. We thank you for your partnership and together look forward to continuing to pursue our common objective of inspiring curious minds to achieve great things! Marta Martínez Macmillan Iberia Managing Director 5

6 Macmillan Life Skills At Macmillan we understand the importance of lifelong learning and support your commitment as educators, delivering classes that address the changing profile of modern-day learners. The technology revolution has led to a shift in the demand for skills, with learner autonomy, creative and lateral-thinking skills and the ability to collaborate effectively at a premium with modern-day employers. By integrating life skills development into the today s language classroom, we add immeasurable value to the learning experience for students of all ages and levels. Macmillan is committed to supporting this objective. From Pre-primary all the way into Adult and Business English, Macmillan offers courses that share a common theme that their methodology and content deliver both successful language acquisition and support the development of these key life skills. Look out for the life skills logo throughout this catalogue, to identify courses with a specific life skills focus at every educational level. Exploration Reasoning Media awareness Cooperative play PRE-PRIMARY Learning strategies Creative thinking Digital awareness Communication / cooperative learning PRIMARY Study techniques Problem solving Research skills Collaboration SECONDARY Visit the dedicated life skills section of our website for more information and to access monthly teaching tips and related articles: Time management People management Effective communication Networking B U SI N E S S Information processing Organisation and planning A D U LT S Learner autonomy Critical thinking UPPER-SECONDARY 6

7 Macmillan in partnership Macmillan has a commitment to working in partnership with educational providers to ensure that the materials and services we offer are coherent with the reality of modern day classrooms. We place both teachers and students at the core of everything we do, making sure that we take every possibility to listen and learn from your experiences in the classroom, and that we respond in a way that fully supports you as an educational professional. We view our visits to schools as a fundamental part of building lasting relationships with teachers. The more we understand about your teaching situation, the better equipped we are to offer the right solution for you and your students. Gabriel Botana, Regional Sales Manager, Galicia Your classes are our inspiration at Teacher s Corner. Maria Toth, Head of Teacher Development Our authors are all teaching professionals whose experience centres on the English language classroom. The content they write stems from their own first-hand experience and from working with the kind of teachers they are writing for. Kate Melliss, Publishing Director We love meeting teachers at our events. Our aim is to provide a forum in which teachers can interact both socially and professionally. We hope that the ideas presented are both useful and relevant to teachers classroom contexts. Jade Stevens, Teacher Trainer In Editorial Research we endeavour to really listen to teachers and to understand their needs. Only by really listening can we craft materials to suit today s teachers. Sarah Hartley, Head of Editorial Research We undertake to keep abreast of legislation and local educational initiatives, providing teachers with all the necessary information and documentation to support their work in the classroom. Maria Josep Farrarons, Head of Research and Development 7

8 Macmillan Teacher Training Macmillan Teacher Training has been offering quality training to teachers all around Spain for more than 25 years. Designed to be practical, participative and relevant to teachers from different backgrounds and sectors, our Teacher Training reflects new innovations and contemporary methodologies, whilst recognising the enduring value of sound teaching practice. Our online and face-to-face sessions address the everyday challenges faced by teachers and strive to offer solutions that they can immediately apply to their teaching. 8 Macmillan Teacher s Day

9 Macmillan Training About Services Macmillan Our goal is to empower and support educators to create positive learning environments. Macmillan Training Services provides face-to-face and online training, both in methodology and language, while also offering mentoring services for schools wishing to embark on bilingual or multilingual programmes. We encourage you to have a look at our wide offer of cutting-edge and helpful training opportunities for all levels of Primary listed throughout our catalogue and on our website at: Working in MTS is like being on a long journey with teachers. We undertake to provide comprehensive professional support and guidance and to work together with teachers to overcome the challenges they face and to achieve our common objective of improving education. Raquel Pastor, Training Consultant 9

10 is the Macmillan hub for ELT teachers in Spain. 10 Our textbook materials and course-related resources are just one of the many ways in which we support teachers in the classroom. As a Macmillan teacher, you benefit from a whole range of online services, which provide all the tools you need to plan and manage your classes. Sign up for our monthly etoolkits and Kid s News ing services; designed to provide you with varied, up-to-theminute content for your lessons. Visit us online to: - Download additional resources to support your coursebook. - Consult and download programaciones. - Link to all Macmillan teachers resource sites. - Find out more about our products and services. - Sign up for Author Webinars and Teacher s Days. - Consult the Ask Macmillan for up-to-date information about local and national legislation and to download related documentation to support Macmillan materials. - Visit our Helpdesk for support in the use of our products. - Get in touch with the Macmillan team and join us on social media.

11 Online tools for teachers Teacher s Corner: our inspiration is your classroom Teacher s Corner is the one-click solution for ELT professionals seeking news, articles, practical classroom tips, vocabulary and grammar worksheets, themed classroom activities and much more. Visit us online and be inspired! Clips Practical how-to video clips Articles A library of teaching ideas Activities An ever-increasing bank of resources Teaching news Ideas about teaching for teachers 11

12 Macmillan Resources for Teachers We offer digital solutions that have been crafted to suit different teaching situations and that offer a logical progression to reflect children s learning needs as they move up through education. Look out for these icons and for our digital sections throughout the catalogue, which focus on these materials in more detail. T Digital Resources for teachers For teachers For Pre-primary and early Primary, we offer multimedia resource centres for teachers. These tools enhance classroom presentation and boost learner engagement, encouraging heads-up learning and active pupil participation. P Digital Resources for pupils A range of online and offline digital components offer solutions for every teaching situation. Helpdesk Looking for support? Visit our helpdesk to answer all your questions about our digital resources. help.macmillan.es It s as easy as 1-2-3! Step 1: Encuentra tu solución. If anyone else has asked your question before, you ll find it answered on the homepage. Step 2: Envía tu solicitud. If you can t find an answer to your question, send us an enquiry by filling out our request form. You will receive a confirmation by that your request has been registered, and our team of experts will send you a solution as soon as possible. Step 3: Revisa tu solicitud. You can track the progress of your enquiry in this section. 12

13 Macmillan Resources for Students For pupils Animated stories, songs and phonics, projectable images and videos bring language to life and aid comprehension and boost engagement in very young learners. In Primary, as children s digital literacy skills develop, there are online resources, websites and Digital Courses available, through which learners can practise their English in a safe and guided online environment. Pupil s resources, the home-school link! 13

14 Practical Teaching Tip Puppets are a fantastic resource in the class, as pupils see them as their English-speaking friend. Play Guess the Song with your puppet. The puppet friend can think of a song and ask children to guess. Once they guess correctly, the whole class can sing the English song together. Tip by Jill Leighton, author of Captain Jack Pre-primary 14

15 Pre-primary Level Chart + CHALLENGE All levels of Robby Rabbit and Mini Magic are still available. C Additional training opportunities for Pre-primary teachers Managing your Infants class in English Move and Learn: Developing psychomotor skills in the English classroom For more information visit 15

16 Captain Jack Jill Leighton Sandie Mourao Discover the world through English with Captain Jack! Ideal for Pre A1 Pre-primary classes with a standard timetable who love songs and stories. Captain Jack includes a strong focus on real world and cross-curricular topics, encouraging global awareness and supporting children s emotional and learning development. The worksheet activities develop children s motor and cognitive skills with more challenging activities, such as matching, circling and sequencing. The fun stories and catchy songs combine fantasy with real life and capture the imagination of young learners. The Teacher s Pack includes a friendly Captain Jack Parrot Puppet that is ideal for establishing class routines and practising target language. Captain Jack Plus Jill Leighton Sandie Mourao The Plus Book Pack offers everything that children love about Captain Jack and provides extra My World units and themes. These additional units come with corresponding flashcards, stickers, press outs and Pupil s Multi-ROM. Ideal for Pre-primary classes with a more extensive timetable who would like a more specific focus on cross-curricular topics. A stronger focus on cross-curricular topics and emotional development helps the children to reflect on their behaviour both inside and outside of school. What makes Captain Jack special Emotional intelligence is worked on in a highly practical way and helps the children to recognise, understand and express their emotions in an appropriate way. Jill Leighton, co-author of Captain Jack KEY FEATURES 2 16 KEY 4 T P 1 Cs CLIL IWB

17 Pre-primary Digital materials Exclusive phonics for Captain Jack! The magic solution to perfect pronunciation and early literacy skills Ideal for Teachers of Pre-primary learners with access to IWBs looking for a phonics-based component as a complement to Captain Jack. Pupil s materials Pupil s Book with: - Pupil s Multi-ROM - Stickers - Press outs Pupil s Book Plus with: - Plus Pupil s Multi-ROM - Plus Stickers - Plus Press outs Teacher s materials This flexible and dynamic digital component is an intuitive tool for IWBs that can be used throughout the three years of Pre-primary. It provides extra support through plenty of extra photocopiable material. A systematic approach starting with the identification of individual sounds and their corresponding letters, followed by blending and segmentation of words, helps children to achieve a solid progression in reading. Each sound contains a comprehensive presentation section that includes both film and a jingle that capture and maintain children s attention whilst teaching them the 42 sounds in English. - Teacher s Notes (English, Castilian and Catalan editions) - Carry case - Big flip over Book - Flashcards - Treasure Chest - Puppet - Audio CDs - 4-in-1 Multimedia Pack - Photocopiable Resources CD: Revision worksheets Extra vocabulary worksheets Mini flashcards Songs sheets Evaluation material Letters to parents... and more Visually appealing interactive games follow each presentation and practise the sound, blending and segmentation. A fun, magic theme motivates children to achieve fantastic results. Also comes with Captain Jack 4-in-1 Multimedia Pack What makes Magic Phonics special The interactive games are highly motivating for your children. Children identify sounds and letters, read short words and have fun at the same time. Each game is different every time, so it always feels fresh and new. Joanne Ramsden, author of Magic Phonics In today s technological world, digital literacy is vital for a child s intellectual growth and social development. IDEAL WITH Ask your local representative for more information! 17

18 Cheeky Monkey Kathryn Harper Claire Medwell Story-based, fun and flexible! Ideal for Pre A1 Pre-primary teachers looking for a gentle introduction to English that gets all pupils joining in, and when they re ready, speaking English. Story-based contexts include original Cheeky Monkey adventures and well-loved traditional tales, for an engaging introduction to English. An emphasis on routines and a clear structure makes lessons easy to organise and provides a secure learning environment. Pupils learn through songs, movement and Total Physical Response in Cheeky s Jungle Gym chants and songs. By learning to associate actions to words, language becomes more memorable. Multi-ROMs and DVDs with animated stories, real-life situations and songs really engage children and bring language to life. They are ideal for use in class, on interactive whiteboards or at home. The optional Busy Book gives teachers the option to extend the material in Cheeky Monkey. It offers worksheets and more songs for schools with additional hours of English or teachers who want to introduce pre-literacy. Patch the puppy Joy Morris Joanne Ramsden A song-based course for a confident start! Ideal for Pre A1 Shorter sessions, and teachers who want a lively class with plenty of movement. A TPR-based approach makes English fun and memorable with catchy songs, chants and rhymes. A moderate vocabulary load and an easy-to-follow structure make English accessible to young learners. A wide range of resources includes DVDs, CD-ROMs, posters, stickers and more, so teachers can choose the materials that best suit their pupils learning style. 18 KEY FEATURES 2 KEY 4 1 Cs T P IWB

19 The benefits of choosing Macmillan Pre-primary books Pupil s Benefits Macmillan Pre-primary books give pupils a meaningful, motivating context in which to learn and build pupils confidence in English from day one. The course characters, stories, songs and worksheets are all integrated and ensure that pupils get all the practice and reinforcement they need. Our books take into account all the latest classroom trends. For example, our most recent Pre-primary course, Captain Jack, includes CLIL, special emotional intelligence lessons and an in-depth digital phonics component. Teacher s Benefits We speak to hundreds of teachers like you every year to make sure we create books that meet your needs. Macmillan Pre-primary books come with the most complete range of resources available to give you everything you need to make your classes effective and fun. Our clear and comprehensive teacher s notes guide you through our books and provide plenty of extra and optional activities to suit your teaching situation. With Macmillan you can feel confident that your teaching programme follows current legislation and that we ll provide all the official syllabus documentation to plan your year. Our online Teacher s Corner delivers additional teaching tips and ideas for engaging activities. Practical Teaching Tip When teaching phonics, review all the sounds you have taught previously before introducing a new one. Stick the grapheme cards on the board and point to each one in turn. Make sure the children are confident in making the sounds before you move on. Parent s Benefits Using a Macmillan Pre-primary book means parents have a record of what their children are learning in class. Parents can support their children s learning at home by singing along to the songs and using the CD-ROM. 19

20 Practical Teaching Tip At the beginning of every lesson, write the learning objectives for the day on the board and tell children about them. At the end of the class, erase the objectives and quiz a couple of pupils to see if they have retained the lesson for the day. Tip taken from Tiger Primary 20

21 Primary Level Chart + 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th new levels a vaila bl e CHALLENGE All levels of Bugs are still available. C Additional training opportunities for Primary teachers Planning effective lessons with engaging activities For more information visit 21

22 Tiger A1 A1+ Carol Read Mark Ormerod A1 A2 Ideal for A grrrreat way to learn English! Busy teachers who want to combine teaching and technology in lively standardlevel classrooms. A story-based approach with a new twist! Make stories a truly engaging heads-up classroom experience by using the integrated digital Storyteller or traditional story cards. Tiger combines lots of opportunities for oral expression with a transparent approach to grammar, developing learners natural confidence to use English correctly right from the start. A variety of cross-curricular topics and a strong values strand encourage respect for others and the environment. Choose the best option for your pupils with differentiated Activity Books, offering exam practice or extra reinforcement. More cognitively-challenging activities in levels five and six build pupils confidence and provide a bridge to Secondary. What makes Tiger special The approach to learning in Tiger is holistic and child-friendly with an emphasis on team work, core values and learning to learn right from the start. new levels a vaila bl e Tiger is full of interesting facts and information, not only in the CLIL lessons but also in the stories, songs, reading texts and games so that pupils learn so much more than just English! Carol Read and Mark Ormerod, authors of Tiger 22 KEY FEATURES 2 KEY 4 1 Cs T P CLIL IWB YLE Tiger has been developed in line with the Common European Framework learning standards, on which the LOMCE is based.

23 Primary Digital materials Pupil s Online Materials Pupils can review and practise vocabulary and grammar, sing songs, read stories and more, both at school and at home. Our helpdesk provides support in the use of all Macmillan digital resources. help.macmillan.es Complete, integrated and fully interactive! Pupil s Digital Resources Pupil s materials Levels 1 and 2 - Pupil s Book - Activity Book (optional) - Progress Journal - Pupil s Online Materials - Stickers Levels 3 and 4 - Pupil s Book - Activity Book A/Activity Book B - Progress Journal - Pupil s Online Materials - Stickers Levels 5 and 6 - Pupil s Book - Activity Book A/Activity Book B - Progress Journal - Pupil s Online Materials new levels a vaila bl e Teacher s Digital Resources Teacher s materials Tiger Team 3 Digital course Digital Course Dynamic heads-up learning made easy with Tiger s interactive digital course in your classroom. The Vocab App presents and practises vocabulary to help pupils memorise key words from all units. The Storyteller component brings stories to life, with follow-up activities to assure language and grammar comprehension. The Dialogue Builder presents structured speaking activities that work towards fluency in English. The Markbook helps teachers record and track their pupils results. - Spiral-bound Teacher s Book - Digital Course - Carry case - Audio CDs - Story cards - Flashcards - Word cards - Tests and Photocopiable Resources Pack: Test Builder Fast-finisher worksheets Reading and Writing worksheets Basic Competence assessment grids Phonics worksheets Macmillan Children s Readers worksheets Letters to parents IDEAL WITH page 51 page 52 page 56 23

24 Tiger Carol Read Mark Ormerod A1 A1+ A1 A2 Engaging stories can be presented using the digital Storyteller or traditional story cards. Tiger Tales 1 Pupil s Book Tiger Values in every unit help pupils learn to respect others and their environments. Traditional rhymes and games give pupils an insight into Englishspeaking cultures. Tiger Tales 1 Pupil s Book 24 KEY FEATURES 2 KEY 4 1 Cs T P CLIL IWB YLE

25 Primary Entertaining cultural videos are integrated into the course. Tiger Team 3 Pupil s Book CLIL pages use crosscurricular subjects to teach English in a captivating way. Exciting stories set a context for the unit language. Activity Books to suit different learner needs Tiger Street Club Values develop critical thinking skills. Tiger Team 3 Pupil s Book IDEAL WITH page 51 page 52 page 56 25

26 CD3 CD3 Tiger Carol Read Mark Ormerod A1 A1+ A1 A2 Tiger Tracks 5 Pupil s Book Beautifully-illustrated stories introduce grammar with accompanying comprehension questions and teach everyday phrases. Grammar tracks Lesson 4 11 Listen and read. Identify fruit with seeds and fruit with a stone. 30 Seeds or stone? There are some small seeds inside grapes. But there aren t any small seeds inside cherries. There s a stone. Are there any small seeds inside strawberries? No, there aren t. But there are some small seeds on the outside of strawberries! There are some small seeds inside raspberries. But there aren t any small seeds inside avocados. There s a stone. 12 Play Seeds or stone? Grammar pages present Tiger Tracks 5 Pupil s Book a / an, some and any. There is a stone. are some small seeds. There isn t a stone. aren t any small seeds. Is a stone? is. isn t. there Yes, there No, there Are any small seeds? are. aren t. 14 Be a grammar detective! Look at page 57 in the AB. When do we use a or an? When do we use some? When do we use any? FAST TRACK GRAMMAR Grapes! Avocados! 13 Listen, repeat and learn. There are some small seeds inside grapes. There aren t any small seeds inside avocados. There s a stone. Can you find two examples of some and two examples of any in the story? Write three sentences using some and three sentences using any. grammar in context and in tabular form, and guide pupils to become grammar detectives for further comprehension _Tiger_PB5_Unit6.indd 58 02/12/ :28 26 KEY FEATURES 2 KEY 4 1 Cs T P CLIL IWB YLE

27 CD1 Use the words at the top of the dictionary pages to help you. Toad is between tin and touch. artificial negative Primary 2 Write four words in your language. Find them in the dictionary and write the translations. Study skills sections in the Activity Books a fruit a vegetable a sport an animal 3 Play a dictionary game. A: Find a word in the dictionary. Ask: teach pupils the many ways to use a dictionary, How do you say teclado in English? Word in my language improve their writing skills and organise vocabulary and ideas using mind maps. B: Find the same word in the dictionary. Answer: Keyboard. English translation A: Listen carefully and check. Correct! One point for you. Study Skills 1 Using a bilingual dictionary 1 How quickly can you find these words in your dictionary? Write the page numbers. delicious Guess where the word will be before you open the dictionary. technology Think about the alphabet! frequency usually Use the words at the top artificial of the dictionary pages to help you. Toad is negative between tin and touch. 2 Write four words in your language. Find them in the dictionary and write the translations. Word in my language a fruit a vegetable a sport an animal English translation 3 Play a dictionary game. A: Find a word in the dictionary. Ask: How do you say teclado in English? B: Find the same word in the dictionary. Answer: Keyboard. A: Listen carefully and check. Correct! One point for you Tiger Tracks 5 Activity Book _Tiger_AB5_Abook.indd /12/ : _Tiger_AB5_Abook.indd /12/ :18 Pro ect: Electronic gadget survey 1 Creative projects in every unit encourage children to review the unit s content and investigate the topic further, then develop effective presentation skills. 29 Listen and read. 25 Electronic gadget survey report The aim of my survey is to find out about electronic gadgets grown-ups in my family use. This report is about my mother, my father, my grandfather, and my aunt. My mum always uses her mobile phone. She never uses a tablet or a video games console. She usually uses the satnav in the car. She sometimes listens to music on her MP3 player. 30 Plan your project Choose who to ask. Prepare a questionnaire. Ask the questions in your survey. Prepare and write your project. My dad often uses his mobile phone. He usually uses his tablet to write s. He always uses his video games console and the satnav. He never listens to an MP3 player. My granddad sometimes uses his mobile phone and his video games console. He often uses a tablet and an MP3 player. He never uses a satnav. You can present your project in this way. My survey shows the electronic gadgets that grown-ups in my family use. Look at my electronic gadget POST survey report. Who never uses an MP3 player in my family? Who uses all the gadgets? My aunt aways uses her tablet. She often uses a video games console and the satnav in the car. She usually uses her mobile phone and listens to music on her MP3 player. By Rosa AB page 12 Do the Unit 1 Review and self-assessment (Activity Book page 12). Complete your Tiger Tracks Progress Journal for Unit Tiger Tracks 5 Pupil s Book By encouraging children to ask themselves questions, we contribute to their cognitive development and sense of social awareness _Tiger_PB5_Unit1.indd 13 02/12/ :48 IDEAL WITH page 51 page 52 page 56 27

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