June 12, 2022

Brand-new titles from Cambridge University Press

New and updated titles are being released throughout the year from all of our publishers. Today we’ll highlight three recent publications from Cambridge University Press (published in May 2022). If you’re interested in reviewing digital samples or placing an order, just send us an email.

Psychology for Cambridge International AS and A Level: This accessible print and digital coursebook has been developed from extensive research with practising teachers. There are multiple opportunities to engage in active learning such as group work, research projects and discussion questions. Activities develop students’ essential skills of analysis, interpretation, application and evaluation. Exam-style questions build student confidence. English as a second language learners are supported with command words, accessible language and glossary definitions. Regular self-assessment and peer-assessment features provide reflection opportunities, to develop confident, independent learners.

From exploring fitness and well-being, to delving into our impact on the planet, the fifth edition of our Success International English Skills for Cambridge IGCSE™ Digital Coursebook is here. This resource explores a wide range of engaging topics, while helping students refine key skills in writing, reading, speaking and listening. Suitable for the syllabus for examination from 2024 and for those seeking a course exit level of B2/C1 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. Answers to the coursebook activities are available inside the teacher’s resource.

The much-anticipated sixth edition of our Cambridge IGCSE™ English as a Second Language Coursebook with Digital Access is here. Written by English as a second language specialist, Peter Lucantoni, this resource provides clear and accessible guidance for English reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. Engaging topics, such as lifestyles and food, bring authentic English to life. Suitable for students studying the Cambridge IGCSE and IGCSE (9-1) English as a Second Language syllabuses for examination from 2024, and those seeking a course exit level of B1/B2 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

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