Welcome to the English File Teacher's Site.
There are two parts to the site: this one, for teachers, with downloadable teaching resources, and a Student's Site, with lots of interactive exercises.
You will find further support for English File 4th edition in the Teacher's Resource Centre, which provides a bank of online resources all in one place. Here you can also track the progress students are making on Online Practice.
Complete support for every lesson including lesson plans, photocopiables, and extra ideas to make each lesson your own.
English File unit and progress tests specifically designed for learners with dyslexia.
Full listening scripts from the Student’s Book as Word documents to adapt and use in your lessons.
Download adaptable New English File and English File third edition crosswords, or make your own to give your students fun vocabulary practice.
These documents map New English File and English File third edition to the CEFR. It gives an overview of descriptors which shows where they are covered in New English File and English File third edition, and a detailed breakdown of the Student’s book which shows the descriptors covered in each lesson.
ESOL guides map New English File to the Adult ESOL core curriculum, and Skills for Life exam guides for Cambridge ESOL.
Use these ideas as 'fillers' at the end of a class. Many of them will also work well as warmers, or as quick revision activities.
The New English File and English File third edition syllabuses.
English File Recommended Readers PDF (4 MB)
Choose the right graded reader for your course
English File answer keys for Student's Books.
Find advice on how to set up your new course, including all the information you will need to access and use your Teacher’s Resource Centre, Classroom Presentation Tool and Online Practice effectively.
A two-page PDF with all the YOU HEAR/YOU SAY language from the Practical English lessons – perfect for students who are travelling. This is also available in black and white, and on the Student’s Site.
What is the Common European Framework of Reference? What are its aims?
The main aim of the Language Portfolio is to present language qualifications and learning experiences in a clear way. This document contains three sections: the Passport, the Biography, and the Dossier. It gives an overview of descriptors as well as a detailed breakdown of where they are covered in each lesson of the Student’s Book.
Adapting Tests for students with dyslexia
- Guide for adapting tests PDF (102 KB)
The English File 3rd edition and English File 4th edition wordlists with key lexical phrases and vocabulary items.
Weblinks with topics related to the lessons and suggested ‘mini-projects’.
What Study Link is, how it works, and how it helps.
Short film audio scripts
- EF3 Beginner short films scripts PDF (395 KB)
- EF3 Elementary short films script PDF (397 KB)
- EF3 Pre-intermediate short film scripts PDF (329 KB)
- EF3 Intermediate short film scripts PDF (484 KB)
- EF3 Intermediate Plus short films scripts PDF (331 KB)
- EF3 Upper-intermediate short films scripts PDF (329 KB)
- EF3 Advanced short films scripts PDF (418 KB)
Vocabulary mind maps
Mind maps for each of the English File Vocabulary Banks. The mind maps are an excellent tool to help students categorize and memorize the vocabulary. They can be used to understand the relationships between words and are a useful aid for those who have a visual learning style. Each mind map is supplied in two versions: Complete: a version that contains all the lexical items in the Vocabulary Bank; Practice: a blank version for use in class, so you can test the vocabulary in the Vocabulary Bank and also add in other words if you want.