Empower students to learn beyond four walls with Q: Skills for Success Second Edition
To make sure that all of the good input you are teaching in class is practiced outside of the class, the Q: Skills for Success team have released two timesaving and practical new resources – Graded Reader chapters and new video content – all free as part of the iQ Online!
Graded Readers to support Extensive Reading
Every unit of Q: Skills for Success has been matched with an appropriate Graded Reader. Students can now access the first chapter of these Readers completely free of charge from the iQ Online, taking control of their own reading.
Find out more from Scott Douglas, one of our Q: Skills for Success authors:
Download these worksheets so that your students can keep track of the Graded Reader chapters and videos they have completed.Download the worksheets
Videos to create a Flipped Classroom
You no longer need to spend hours online searching for the perfect video clip. A new video for every unit of Q: Skills for Success is now available from iQ Online. Students can watch the videos at home, and come to class prepared to interact.
Find out more from Tamara Jones, one of our Q: Skills for Success authors:
“I told [other teachers] it was a great series that helps promote critical thinking in ways that other ESL/EFL texts lack. The series is engaging and most of my students who use the text are more motivated to learn.”— Leonard Barrow, ABC English Academy Plus, Japan
Upon completion of the foundation program which uses Q: Skills for Success, my students are able to participate efficiently in real life communication with native speakers about different topics.”— Yamen Dridi, Al Buraimi University College, Oman
“The textbook, online practice and additional material that are provided with the series have helped tremendously in getting the students motivated and involved in the classroom.”— Thomas Orlando Evens, Mahidol University Salaya, Thailand
Statistics collected from the Q: Skills for Success Global Survey, Oxford University Press, 2015. 246 teachers from over 35 countries took part.