Macmillan Books for Teachers

The Macmillan Books for Teachers series has been written to inform teachers worldwide, and to expand and develop their skills. Equally suited to both newer teachers and seasoned professionals, it is insightful and accessible, with a focus on covering the most effective theories and techniques for real-world teaching situations. All titles have been written by leaders in their fields, insights from academic research are combined with a wealth of hands-on experience to create books which are both practical and engaging.

The series editor, Adrian Underhill, is a well-known teacher trainer and consultant. He works with educators in many countries on the continuous development of professional learning programs, humanistic education, interpersonal skills and organizational development.

What makes Macmillan Books for Teachers special?

- This comprehensive range of methodology titles covers topics ranging from practical techniques for beginners, English grammar, and classroom activities for instant use; to teaching children, discourse analysis, and cutting-edge technology in the classroom. Anything not covered is fully explained in An A-Z of ELT!

- Many of the series’ authors are international authorities on their topic.

- Prize-winning and highly commended titles include Teaching English Grammar, Uncovering CLIL, Learning Teaching, Children Learning English, and 500 Activities for the Primary Classroom.

- The series has its own resource site with downloadable samples and activities from titles in the series, updates for selected titles featuring the latest developments in the field and new web links, video footage of authors giving talks and workshops (including their PowerPoint™ presentations and handouts to download), and the interactive phonemic chart.

- A dedicated YouTube™ channel offers videos of Macmillan authors in action around the world, and talks from major international ELT conferences, including IATEFL UK.




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