Roadmap is a new, eight-level general English course for adults that recognizes every class is different, every learner is unique.
Roadmap’s rich content and flexible organization allows teachers to personalize their lessons to give learners the specific language training they need to progress.
enable learners to make fast, measurable progress
personalize teaching using different routes through the course
develop reading, writing and listening skills with extensive practice and strategies
deliver successful lessons with materials that are easy to use and fun to teach
get students practicing out of class with the mobile app
In more detail
Why choose Roadmap?
Map your own route through the course. Personalize your teaching for every learner. Focus on key language and speaking skills or provide additional training in reading, writing and listening with the dual track structure. This unique approach also allows you to adapt material to suit different course lengths.
Each of the ten units includes three core lessons featuring grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation that lead to a final speaking activity.
Develop your skills lessons
Each of the ten units includes additional skills-based lessons on reading, writing and listening that are linked to the content of each lesson.
Easy to use lessons mean success as a teacher
Provide easy-to-teach lessons, supported with clear instructions on exploiting each lesson and tricky language points, and ideas for extension and homework activities. A huge range of additional materials, including video, photocopiable games and activities, online and mobile practice activities, can all add spice to your lessons.
Get your students to their learning destination
Help students understand what they are learning and why using the GSE learning objectives to build their confidence and increase their motivation. No other course is so focused on helping learners achieve the goals for each lesson and help show their learners tangible progress.
How does Roadmap develop communication skills?
Each lesson has a clear learning goal and every activity in a lesson is focused on achieving that objective, using carefully structured tasks, language input, plenty of practice, strategies for skills development and a reflection on performance.
The goals are designed to help learners achieve an outcome that they have to do in real life. They allow learners to develop a range of speaking skills, while the grammar and vocabulary input are designed to help learners achieve that speaking goal.
Digital tools to support students and teachers
The mobile app gives students an opportunity to practice anytime, anywhere, with extra grammar and vocabulary exercises to consolidate language points.
MyEnglishLab provides online practice for students, class management for teachers and a gradebook to review performance.
The presentation tool gives teachers a fully interactive version of the Students’ Book and Workbook with integrated audio and video to use at the front of class.
The resources teachers can access online include full teaching notes, photocopiables, audio and video and an assessment package.
Students and teachers can access all their digital resources with a single sign on.
Hear from the authors
Discover directly from the authors what makes Roadmap so effective in helping teachers develop the language skills of their students.
Roadmap comes with digital tools that you can use alongside your video conferencing platform to create lessons for teaching online. With the right tools in place and adapting your teaching to the online environment you will be able to deliver effective lessons that continue to engage learners.
How to teach Roadmap online
This complete guide is a treasure trove of hints and tips on how to teach online, with specific guidance for Roadmap.
It takes you through the tools available to teachers of Roadmap, covers video conferencing tools for teaching, FAQs on common problems teachers face online, and then provides a detailed lesson plan, going through each individual activity and how to teach it effectively.