Wider World reflects the way that today’s teens access information and entertainment: from the internet, using personal devices such as tablets, laptops and mobiles. The content and the style in which it is presented is designed to inspire and challenge teenagers.
By interacting with the content, rather than just practicing, students acquire the language at a deeper cognitive level. Rather than just another subject on the curriculum, English becomes the tool through which they access a Wider World of knowledge, skills and experience.
The language in Wider World is presented through relevant and intriguing real life content, from the humorous situations in the drama videos through to the real people interviewed for the Vox Pop videos and the clips taken from actual BBC programs in the BBC Culture videos.
Moving to a much more personalized and adaptive approach, Wider World doesn’t just provide static content but also multiple opportunities to investigate and interact with that content through productive activities and projects.
“It’s all very well to be inspired and have fun - but our students need to pass their exams!”
Passing exams with a good score is the key learning outcome of Wider World. Through the Students' Books and Workbooks, the course provides extensive exam support, as well as extra Practice booklets for Cambridge and PTE exams.
Wider World requires minimum preparation time. It is designed to a one page one lesson format and this, combined with the comprehensive teachers notes, enables you to teach off-the-page without the need for hours of preparation in advance.
Better exam results
Everything within Wider World has been created with exam success in mind. The syllabus design, creation of each component and the robust testing package all come together to drive and motivate teenage learners toward exam success.