Get up close with Look, a seven-level series for young learners of English.
See something real with amazing photography, authentic stories and video, and inspiring National Geographic Explorers.
Help learners make connections in English between their lives and the world they live in through high-interest, global topics that encourage them to learn and express themselves.
With short, fresh lessons that excite students and make teaching a joy, Look gives young learners the core language, balanced skills foundation and confidence-boosting exam support they need to use English successfully in the 21st century.
Easy-to-teach units present high-interest topics with a global perspective
Carefully graded language syllabus with balanced skills coverage and a phonics focus
Integrated values activities support personal development
Immersive School Trips lessons take learners to incredible places and provide project work opportunities
Reading Extra lessons promote extensive reading through real-world stories and fables
Coverage of international exam task types helps students master exam techniques and builds their confidence.
Inside everyLook Flashcards:
The Look Starter Flashcards are a set of dry-erase cards that represent each target vocabulary and phonics item taught in Look Starter. These Flashcards can be used to preview, teach, and review vocabulary,
grammar, and phonics. Each card is designed to be used by both teachers and students. High-quality,
engaging photographs and illustrations support visual learning, while exposing students to target items in new contexts.
Flashcard games and activities are grouped into five categories:
general activities and games that can be used in large or small classes
more challenging activities and games
activities and games that work best with small classes
activities and games that help students learn to spell the vocabulary
activities and games that help students learn phonics
These types of activities and games will help students use and recycle vocabulary, as well as learn new vocabulary. They can be used to provide multiple exposures to target language, something that research has shown to be a highly effective tool in teaching and learning English.