Cengage World English Intro – 3
Real People • Real Places • Real Language
Featuring content from National Geographic and TED, the new edition of the four-level, integrated skills World English series brings amazing stories about our planet and compelling ideas from around the world to the classroom. Riveting images, fascinating topics, and inspiring video will motivate learners to engage with ideas and each other. The second edition of World English introduces students to some of the world’s most fascinating people and places and builds upon an effective competency-based approach to provide 21st century learners with the English skills needed for success.
- NEW TED readings and TED TALK videos along with updated content and video from National Geographic will provide a springboard for learners to share ideas in English.
- NEW communication-building pages in each unit provide expanded writing opportunities and communicative activities that encourage learners to personalize the unit theme.
- Updated goals on every two-page spread highlight measurable outcomes and provide accessible navigation for teachers and learners.
- Updated technology for teachers and learners supports every step of the teaching and learning process from in-class instruction, to independent practice, to assessment!
About the Author
Becky Tarver Chase
Becky Tarver Chase is an experienced English instructor who has taught all subject areas including reading, writing, grammar, communication skills, and test preparation. She has worked at universities and in private programs in the United States, Mexico, and Thailand. Her current focus is on creating effective language-learning materials, and she is one of the authors of the World English, Reading Explorer, Close-Up, and Pathways series from National Geographic Learning.
Martin Milner holds a Masters of Education from the University of Wales, Cardiff. He has held teaching and advising posts in Mexico, Namibia, Zanzibar, and Scotland. His work for the British Council sent him to Hungary and Thailand to set up English programs as well as advise the teachers in the program. He currently lives in Mexico where he works as a writer and editor.
Kristen L. Johannsen (late)
Rob Jenkins is a professor of ESL and the Faculty Development Coordinator serving over 300 instructors teaching for Santa Ana College School of Continuing Education in California. He is a recipient of the Santa Ana College Distinguished Faculty Award. Rob is also a textbook author and consultant for National Geographic Learning. He is the author of Stand Out and series editor for World English, and also consults on state and national projects. Rob and Staci Johnson, his co-author, were awarded the Heinle Outstanding Achievement Award for their contribution to publishing in 2013
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