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Make Your Mark

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4 – 6 hours per week


Global English

Make Your Mark has a different approach to teaching and learning the English language, based on the study and analysis of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. This series will help students to understand global challenges by addressing topics such as climate action, social and economic inequality, clean water and sanitation, and many others. 

Students will be motivated to reflect on their role as global citizens, to be aware of the realities of their own communities and to understand the need to take action for the well-being of people and the planet we live on. Make Your Mark allows students to explore these new horizons while also fostering the development of their skills to face new challenges. 

On top of unique and engaging themes, Make Your Mark also combines UNESCO’s 21st century skills and the OECD Learning Compass to help students develop holistically with skills such as critical thinking, empathy, creativity, and curiosity, all to help students make connections between their learning, the real world, and the English language. 

Jump into the virtual learning environment for:

  • Digital books for interactive whiteboards and lesson planning.
  • e-Student’s Book.
  • Videos and audios.
  • Interactive activities for practice and consolidation.
  • Assessment pack for international exam preparation.

Common European Framework: A1+ to C1

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