What’s being said about Global?
We can tell you all about how brilliant Global is but we think it’s important you hear from your peers – the teachers and the students using the course…
Three things attracted us to Global: The level of challenge it offers learners, the diversity of global cultures it represents, and the cognitively engaging topics it uses as a vehicle to present language. A global quote from the BC in Vietnam
“Global not only helps you to improve your English. It helps you to become a more sophisticated person as well”
Student at Srinakarinwirot University, Thailand
I’ve just purchased the audio CDs for Global Intermediate and Global Upper-Intermediate and I think they’re great. I’ve also been browsing Macmillan’s Education website and Global’s MLearning Sessions, which I find clear, informative and full of interesting content. My only question is: Does Lindsay Clandfield have time to sleep? He is just so prolific, amazing stuff!
Paul Berry, from Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Lyon.
“THERE INS´T SUCH A THING AS A ONE-SIZE-FITS-ALL TEXT BOOK BUT GLOBAL CERTAINLY FITS MY TEACHING BELIEFS LIKE A GLOVE”
PROF. ADE OLIVEIRA – university teacher from Universidade Federal da Bahia (UFBA)
“IN THE CURRENT INTERNATIONAL SETTING WHERE ENGLISH IS THE LINGUA FRANCA , GLOBAL COMES OUT AS A FANTASTIC TOOL TO OPEN THE WORLD´S DOORS TO BOTH TEACHERS AND STUDENTS”
PROF.SAVIO SIQUEIRA – university teacher from Universidade Federal da Bahia (UFBA)
I used Global with our higher-level university exchange students this summer, and they really appreciated the more advanced content. It made a refreshing change from the typical course book themes and helped us to keep them motivated and engaged throughout the course. The little extras that come with the series, from sets of postcards featuring extracts from famous novels to digital resources, mean that we can take time away from the book without losing the focus of our lessons. It was an excellent way to meet the needs of interested, mature learners.
Robert Sharples, English Language Teaching