insight is a five-level English course for secondary students that will challenge them to reach their full potential.
- Find out what teachers have been saying about the insight course
- Sign up for our forthcoming webinar on Meeting the Challenge: Teaching Upper Intermediate and Advanced Learners with Edmund Dudley
- Read a letter from the author of insight, Jayne Wildman
- Download our series of Top 10 Teaching Tips for Reading, Writing and Using Literature
- Look at our Recommended Readers for insight
A letter from the author, Jayne Wildman
An extract from the letter:
I’m sitting in a café in Barcelona...
I’m reading a book called The Element by Ken Robinson. On a table nearby, a few teenagers are chatting with their friends after a long day at school. ‘Our task is to educate (our students’) whole being so they can face the future,’ I read. ‘We may not see the future, but they will and our job is to help them make something of it.’ I look at the kids and think: ‘That’s quite a big task!’— Jayne Wildman, insight author
Top 10 Teaching Tips
Students often find it difficult to engage with reading and writing instruction and practice, particularly when large, intimidating texts are involved.
We have published a series of Top 10 Tips, designed to help teachers overcome this problem, all written by teacher-trainers with huge classroom experience. And you can download them here!
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Download insight Wordlists and audio for extra practice outside the classroom’.
Encourage your students to read for pleasure in English at the right level for them.