Get up close and see something real with Look, a new seven-level series for young learners of English.
National Geographic Learning brings the world to young learners of English. Our primary programs use songs, games, stories and real-world content to motivate and excite young learners and help them use English as a tool to interact with the world. Through real-world content about people and places from around the world and by developing 21st century skills, we help children to understand our world and become responsible global citizens.
Discover how teaching with a National Geographic Learning curriculum can transform your classroom
OUR WORLD BRINGS THE WORLD TO THE YOUNG LEARNER CLASSROOM
TED staffer – and speaker – Lisa Bu tells us her motivation for learning English.
RETHINKING THE TEXTBOOK
General Manager Dennis Hogan talks about how textbooks can prepare learners for the world in which they live.
VOICES WITH SHABANA BASDIJ-RASIKH
Educator and humanitarian, Shabana Basij-Rasikh, is preparing her students to become global citizens. Learn why she believes that English is the language of opportunity for tomorrow’s leaders.
VOICES WITH AZIZ ABU SARAH
Learn about the role of English in the work of cultural educator and National Geographic Explorer, Aziz Abu Sarah.
Support your lessons with professional development resources for teachers of young learners.
OUR WORLD PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Improve your classroom with training videos covering topics, tips, and ideas relevant to every young learner classroom.
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Join live workshops with authors, teachers, National Geographic Explorers and TED speakers from around the world.
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Decide which series is right for your classroom.