Welcome to American English File Teacher's Site!
Here you'll find extra ideas and materials to work with American English File Second Edition and American English File in the classroom. We'll be adding to these resources all the time, so it's always worth coming back to see what's new.
American English File second edition Tests (Levels Starter to 3 only)
A new test for every File is now available, and includes Listening, Grammar and Vocabulary, Reading and Writing sections. Please contact your local ELT Consultant for the editable test documents, audio files and answer keys.
American English File resources.
American English File, Second Edition Pronunciation Flashcards
Print out and practice these flashcards with your students to build confident speaking.
- Pronunciation Flashcard pack PDF (58 MB)
American English File Introduction
From the Teacher's Book.
American English File wordlists as Word documents and PDFs, with suggestions for how to use them.
What is the Common European Framework? What are its aims? An introduction to the CEF and American English File.
These documents show how American English File correlates to the CEF. They provide both an overview of how the descriptors are covered in American English File and a detailed breakdown of how the descriptors are covered in each lesson of the Student Books.
American English File second edition Video worksheets (Levels Starter to 3 only)
Themed activities based on the videos in every File expand students’ learning with clear before-watching, while-watching and after-watching activities. Video worksheets also provide an opportunity for students to discuss their own experiences.
American English File Syllabus
The syllabus checklist for your reference.
Ten extra minutes at the end of a class? Here are some fun activities for every lesson of American English File.
What Study Link is, how it works, and how it helps.
Make your own cloze exercises, using your own texts or texts from American English File.
American English File second edition Mind maps
Mind maps for each American English File Vocabulary Bank. These are excellent tools which help students learn and categorize the vocabulary and understand relationships between words. Mind maps are also effective in aiding students with visual learning styles. There are two versions of each mind map: a completed mind map; and a practice version with blank spaces providing opportunities for testing.