Planning for Success with the Global Scale of English: A Case Study

The Global Scale of English (GSE) is the first truly global English language standard.  It consists of a detailed scale of language ability and learning objectives which form the foundations of our courses and...

Discover new resources for PTE Academic with our teacher community

Teaching an exam preparation course can be a daunting proposition, especially when your students need to pass an exam in order to attend university or apply for a visa. But the secret to...
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The GSE Teacher Toolkit: Innovation in Teacher Resources

We are proud to announce that the Global Scale of English (GSE) Teacher Toolkit is a finalist at this  year’s ELTons Innovation Awards in the category Innovation in Teacher Resources.  The GSE Teacher Toolkit...
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6 tips for teaching Business English to low-level learners

Margaret O’Keeffe is an experienced author, teacher and course designer specialising in Business English and ESP. She’s a co-author of our popular course Business Partner. In this post Margaret offers lots of practical advice...

Teach and learn with confidence using our Pearson English platforms

Technology is a great enabler – teachers all around the world rely on digital platforms for communication, support, and to connect with other teachers and learners through content and tools. In these unprecedented...
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Mindfulness activities to help children cope with stress

Amy Malloy, teacher and mindfulness expert at No More Shoulds, adds to her popular series of Pearson Experiences resources with a special guide to help children during the current crisis. Read on for...

9 articles to help primary teachers engage learners online

Making the switch from physical classrooms to online teaching has been a challenge for teachers worldwide. But these uncertain times are also full of opportunities for growth – giving teachers more time to...

Teaching English from home? Try these 5 fun online platforms

Teaching online can be a challenge. It can be difficult for teachers to keep students engaged, manage class time, and ensure everyone is motivated to reach their educational goals. But with the right...

12 resources to support your child’s English-learning at home

As many families around the world are currently spending more time indoors than usual, we wanted to share some ideas to help your children (or students) keep learning English from home. The internet is...
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Colour your world with Gold Experience 2nd Edition

To celebrate the 2nd edition of our popular Gold Experience exam preparation course for teens, we want to share with you our colour your world resource packs. Each pack includes a colourful printable...
Setting students on the path to success

Setting students on the path to success

With the internet at our fingertips, we have access to information on absolutely any topic imaginable. It’s an invaluable tool for learners of a second language, who can access materials in their L2...
Little Women - a classic story for all

Little Women – a classic story for all

A good book is a good companion – and many of us like to snuggle up on the sofa and immerse ourselves in a new world.  For language learners, reading a whole novel may...
5 fun classroom ideas for Thanksgiving

5 fun classroom ideas for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is celebrated in the USA on the fourth Thursday of November – and there’s more to this national holiday than just turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie! It’s a time to be surrounded...
the new official practice app

the new official practice app

When it comes to exam preparation, it can be an uphill battle to get your students enthused. But now you have another tool in your teaching toolkit! We’re excited to introduce our brand...
5 spooky ideas for your primary classes this Halloween

5 spooky ideas for your primary classes this Halloween

It’s almost Halloween and the ghosts and vampires will soon be coming out to play! Did you know that although we often associate Halloween with pumpkin carving and eating candy, the festival has...
Starting the new school year successfully: A Roadmap webinar series

Starting the new school year successfully: A Roadmap webinar series

Every group of students we teach is different. This makes planning our courses around our students’ needs challenging – especially when course book materials are hard to personalise or lack flexibility.  Roadmap is an...

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