LISTENING AND SPEAKING
Relatable, student-centered content combined with essential academic-skill instruction make the new six-level Reflect, First Edition series unique. As students interact with the engaging content, they not only master English, but also navigate their place in the world. Reflect builds students' confidence and helps them achieve their academic, professional, and personal goals. A clear framework of academic and critical thinking skills prepares students for future reading and writing success.
A1 to C1
Beginner to Advanced
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A five-level academic listening and speaking series that uses National Geographic content and videos to develop language and critical thinking skills needed for academic success.
A1 to C1
High-Beginning to Advanced
National Geographic Learning Academic Programs prepare young adult and adult English language learners with the tools needed for academic readiness and success. Through real-world content from National Geographic and TED, our academic single and two-skill programs focus on teaching explicit skills, critical thinking, and effective communication to thrive in the classroom and real world.
Our grammar programs use clear explanations, lots of practice, and real-world content to help students write and communicate accurately in English, in academic and every day settings.
Our reading programs use real-world content to develop the language skills, critical thinking, and learning strategies required for academic success.
Our programs are designed to improve the pronunciation in the areas of stress, rhythm, and intonation in English for students from all language backgrounds.
READING AND WRITING
Our reading and writing programs use real-world content to develop the English language skills, critical thinking, and learning strategies required for academic success
Our programs use a process approach to academic sentence, paragraph, and essay writing, supported by clear writing models in different rhetorical styles, integrated with grammar and vocabulary
We invite you to join us in professional development webinars with English Language Teaching specialists, speakers from the TED stage, National Geographic Explorers, and others in the English Language Teaching field
POWER OF CONTENT:PREPARE FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS
Laura Le Dréan, Executive Editor at National Geographic Learning, talks about how great National Geographic content prepares college bound students for academic success.
GETTING REAL ABOUT AUTHENTIC CONTENT
Christien Lee, an English Language Educator since 1994, discusses different kinds of authentic content and their respective pros and cons. Then he talks about effective ways to introduce more authentic content into the classroom.
KEYS TO ACADEMIC SUCCESS
Laura Le Dréan, Executive Editor at National Geographic Learning, talks about how to fully equip students for college work. Join us as we discuss how Pathways Second Edition ensures academic success through three areas.
A CRITICAL LOOK AT CRITICAL THINKING
Christien Lee, an English Language Educator since 1994, discusses the kinds of critical thinking exercises commonly found in ELT textbooks, examines some of the typical issues that people have with critical thinking tasks, and adapting techniques from “demand high teaching”.