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The Macmillan Magazine online is a free-subscription 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 (Infant, Primary, Secondary and General) and there are also specialized sections such as the CLIL Corner and Tips and teachers' tales. Don't miss our selection of Website tips including our Days to celebrate and This day in history sections, and win some readers for your school in our Historic February figures competition!

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This Issue...

GENERAL: Dramatising your coursebook

Harriet Thompson demonstrates how some simple drama activities can really help to bring your coursebook to life, as well as providing a springboard for some extra language practice.

SECONDARY: Authoring tools on the Web

What are Web tools, where can we find them, how can they enhance language learning and how can we 'author' them to fit our students' needs? Visi Alaminos provides a comprehensive explanation.


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