We have a range of digital books published by Learning Unlimited

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This publication is published by Learning Unlimited and was launched on 24 April 2009 by Professor David Crystal. It contains a selection of articles, reviews and interviews from the first 20 years of “Language Issues” Edited by Rakesh Bhanot and Eva Illes.

This is a practical workbook which adapts the uses and some of the approaches of genre theory to the teaching of writing to adult ESOL & Basic Skills students. An invaluable resource book for teachers. Includes activities on: • describing people & places, • narratives, • folk tales, • formal letters, • applying for jobs & courses, • reports, discussion essays, • comparative essays

A practical guide to teaching learners who have just begun to read and write in English and are not yet familiar with the Latin script. Aimed at both practising ESOL teachers and trainee teachers, this book integrates theory with lots of practical suggestions for teaching.

Literacy for Active Citizenship readers
Learning Unlimited’ s readers for Active Citizenship are the first signs of spring in the barren landscape of resources for low level ESOL learners. While remaining grounded in real life situations, the stories have the ability to challenge, surprise and frequently amuse/raise a smile. With photos, attractive illustrations and well-constructed graded activities, they should be on every ESOL booklist.
Jenny Roden ESOL specialist and NATECLA co-chair from 2015 -2018

Digital editions coming soon

The books are ideal for mixed level groups, with two graded versions of each story.

Entry Level 1

Entry Level 2

Entry Level 1

Entry Level 2