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Author(s): Lynne Gaetz

Developed specifically for beginner to high-intermediate students in an academic context, the Avenues series is the roadmap to stronger English skills and fluency. Avenues provides a vast selection of texts, extensive practice in all four skills, and solid strategies and tips to help students become more comfortable in English.

Author(s): Lynn Bonesteel, Samuela Eckstut-Didier, Irene Frankel, Ronna Magy, Howard Pomann, Theresa Warren, Jennifer Gaudet, Maria H. Koonce
Series Editor(s): MaryAnn Florez and Sharon Seymour

Center Stage is a four-level, four-skills English course that supports student learning and achievement in everyday work and life situations. Practical language and timely topics motivate adult students to master grammar along with speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills.

Author(s): Steven J. Molinsky, Bill Bliss

This two-level series provides intermediate learners with comprehensive practice of functional English, grammar, and discourse strategies in employment, academic, and community contexts.

Author(s): Tim Harris
Series Editor(s): Illustrated by Allan Rowe

This fully illustrated six-level series teaches all four language skills right from the start, and gives students a wealth of opportunities to practice what they have learned.

Author(s): Steven J. Molinsky, Bill Bliss

ExpressWays, together with Foundations, is a complete five-level course that features all-skills language practice. The series incorporates cooperative learning, critical thinking, problem solving, role-playing, cross-cultural discussions, self-assessment, and community activities to promote an interactive, student-centered learning experience.

Author(s): Steven J. Molinsky, Bill Bliss

Foundations is an all-skills, standards-based program for beginning-literacy and low-beginning learners of English.Students prepare for the demands of today's world as they learn basic English for essential life skill situations.

Author(s): Robert Lado

This six-level series is designed to help students use English for meaningful communication and interaction. A wide variety of techniques and activities offer a balanced approach to teaching and learning.

Author(s): Dawn Furushima, Garnet Templin-Imel, Howard Pomann, Jennifer Gaudet, Maria H. Koonce, Ronna Magy, Theresa Warren, Wendy Pratt Long

Life Skills and Test Prep is a competency-based, four-skills course for adult students at the low-beginning level. Each level provides CASAS and state standards-based life skills activities, test prep tips, and unit tests.

Author(s): Sarah Lynn, Betsy Lindeman Wong, MaryAnn Cunningham Florez, June Pomann, Howard Pomann, Nancy Matsunaga, Sheena Macpherson, Jenni Santamaria, Robyn Brinks Lockwood, Barry Bakin, Steve Gwynne, Ingrid Greenberg, Jennifer Bixby
Series Editor(s): Susan Gaer, Sarah Lynn

Today's adult ESL students aspiring to post-secondary education and workplace success need a different approach to learning. Project Success, a new six-level, four-skills series teaches English by involving students in real-life professional situations.

Author(s): Joan Saslow, Tim Collins

Ready to Go applies the best of current second language acquisition research to a standards-based course that enables learners to achieve proficiency and master the skills needed to achieve on standardized tests.

Author(s): Steven J. Molinsky, Bill Bliss

Author(s): Steven J. Molinsky, Bill Bliss

Side by Side has helped over 30 million students worldwide persist and succeed as language learners. Now, the series you love is available with eText to fit every learning and teaching style.

Author(s): Joan Saslow, Allen Ascher

Summit helps high-intermediate learners continue to grow through a balanced development of both fluency and accuracy.

Author(s): Lee Mosteller, Bobbi Paul , Michelle Haight

This three-volume series teaches the language and coping skills necessary in everyday living.

Author(s): Joan Saslow, Allen Ascher

Top Notch is a dynamic communicative course that makes English unforgettable through multiple exposures to language and systematic, intensive recycling. Goals- and achievement-based lessons with "can-do" statements enable students to confirm their progress.

Author(s): Joan Saslow, Tim Collins
Series Editor(s): Edwina Hoffman, Series Advisor

This four-level course prepares students for the three principal areas of their lives - the home, the community, and the workplace - by concentrating on three interwoven strands: work skills, lifeskills, and language.

Author(s): Michael Rost

This four-skills course, builds fluency by exposing students to a wide range of appealing topics. Each unit present clear and attainable goals, ensuring that students feel a sense of accomplishment and increased self-confidence.