Welcome to the Navigate Teacher's Site.
Here you will find lots of great resources to support you when using Navigate in your classroom. Please have a look at the list below to see what useful resources are available for you.
These documents map Navigate to the CEFR. There are two documents: an overview and the full mapping document. The overview is a quick guide to what is covered, and the full document contains the descriptors and a detailed breakdown of the Student’s book showing where they are covered in each lesson.
Full listening scripts from the Student’s Book as Word documents to adapt and use in your lessons.
Full sample units available including audio and video content from Teacher's Guide, Coursebook and Workbook allowing you to experience this truly adult, truly international course at your convenience.
Every unit in Navigate includes a video lesson – either a documentary or authentic interview which supports the unit topic
The Navigate Wordlists, with key vocabulary from the Coursebook, its part of speech, IPA, a sample sentence and a translation.
Watch four lesson overview videos for the B1 level with course advisor Catherine Walter.
Articles written by Navigate contributors covering Reading, Listening, Grammar, and the Oxford 3000 Vocabulary list.
Scope and Sequence
The Navigate syllabuses.
Component Maps PDF (1 MB)
An overview of all the components available with Navigate for both teachers and students.
Vocabulary mind maps
Mind maps for each unit of every level of Navigate. 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 unit; Practice: a blank version for use in class, so you can test the vocabulary in the unit and also add in other words if you want.