Issue 22, Autumn 2010
The McMillan Magazine Online
 
 

New this term!

Seasonal worksheets

Click here to access our downloadable seasonal worksheets!

 

An A-Z of digital terms

Click here for the first installment of our new digital glossary!

 

   

 

Vote in our poll!

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Welcome to the Mac Mag online!

The Macmillan Magazine online is a free publication produced each term by the Teacher Training Department of Macmillan ELT, Spain. It aims to provide teachers with a place to share ideas and experiences. Teachers from all sectors are invited to submit articles or tips on any area related to teaching.

Articles are categorized according to level (Primary, Secondary and General) plus specialized sections such as the CLIL Corner and our Digitips section, which this term includes a new feature: An A - Z of digital terms . Also new this term are our Seasonal worksheets for both Primary and Secondary levels. There's also our TT blog with plenty of ideas for the digital classroom. And don't miss our selection of Website tips including our Days and festivals to celebrate and This day in history sections, plus a new section called Bizarre days and teaching tips! crammed with teaching ideas. 

Good luck with the new term!

This Issue...

PRIMARY: Teaching English through stories

Stories still play a central role in most early Primary classes. Patricia Sáez has some tips for exploiting stories and shares some original materials.


SECONDARY: Working with wikis

Technology is playing a larger role than ever before in the English classroom. This term we interview Usoa Sol about how useful wikis can be in collaborative work.

 

TT blog

Click here access Macmillan Teacher Training's ICT blog.

 
 

New words for the term:

ghost goal: click here

   

stress puppy: click here

 

   

   

 
 

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