Scholastic Active English is a comprehensive ELT programme for primary and middle school.

Why Scholastic Active English?

  1. The components provide educators with materials to support students’ mastery of the English language.
  2. Scholastic Active English builds the foundation for literacy and learning in an enjoyable way and prepares students for success in school and life.
  3. Scholastic Active English follows the principle of the integrated teaching of the skills of the language as outlined by the National Curriculum Framework.
Student Centredness
Integration
Integration
Process Orientation
Process Orientation
Contextualization
Contextualization
Spiral Progression
Spiral Progression
Interaction
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CURRICULUM

A fun and rewarding experience

An integrated approach to learning based on the principles of spiral progression and contextualisation.

Literature Books

Work Books

Teacher Resources

Audio CD
Teacher's Manuals

GRAMMAR

 Four coursebooks and eight practice books are banded across ten grades to offer teachers the flexibility to prescribe lessons according to the needs and pace of the students.

Four Course Books

Eight Work Books

These books are specially written to help students reinforce grammar concepts learnt in the Scholastic Active Grammar Coursebooks. Eight practice books extend learning and provide additional practice for students.

These books are specially written to help students reinforce grammar concepts learnt in the Scholastic Active Grammar Coursebooks. Eight practice books extend learning and provide additional practice for students.

These books are specially written to help students reinforce grammar concepts learnt in the Scholastic Active Grammar Coursebooks. Eight practice books extend learning and provide additional practice for students.

These books are specially written to help students reinforce grammar concepts learnt in the Scholastic Active Grammar Coursebooks. Eight practice books extend learning and provide additional practice for students.

These books are specially written to help students reinforce grammar concepts learnt in the Scholastic Active Grammar Coursebooks. Eight practice books extend learning and provide additional practice for students.

These books are specially written to help students reinforce grammar concepts learnt in the Scholastic Active Grammar Coursebooks. Eight practice books extend learning and provide additional practice for students.

These books are specially written to help students reinforce grammar concepts learnt in the Scholastic Active Grammar Coursebooks. Eight practice books extend learning and provide additional practice for students.

These books are specially written to help students reinforce grammar concepts learnt in the Scholastic Active Grammar Coursebooks. Eight practice books extend learning and provide additional practice for students.

REFERENCE

Active Learning Dictionary

A student-centred dictionary that not only helps students build their vocabulary but also draws their attention to useful information on grammar points, correct usage of words, spelling tips and more words related to headwords.

Topic by Topic Dictionary

A unique dictionary designed to help young students acquire vocabulary faster and write better compositions. Words and phrases are arranged thematically with example sentences and lively illustrations.

AUTHORS AND EDITORS

Global team of authors and editors

 Scholastic Active English has been developed by a global team of authors and editors, drawing expertise from a diversity of contexts for a rich programme.

  •  Vaishali Batra has written several non-fiction books for primary schools in Australia, New Zealand and the US. Her books incorporate standards-based language, genre, science and social studies content for different reading ability levels.

  •  Gladys Khoo is a graduate of the National University of Singapore and pursues her passion in Language Arts through teaching and writing. She has been a teacher for several years and is currently teaching in an international school in Hong Kong.

  •  Maggie Lai has been teaching for more than 20 years. She specialises in English Language and Life Skills, and has taught different subjects from elementary to post-secondary levels. She has also contributed extensively as a writer and an editor to numerous curriculum materials.

  •  Mary Green is an experienced author of curriculum materials focusing on reading and writing at the primary and secondary levels. She has also developed literacy programmes and provided training for teachers. A full-time writer, Mary also writes poetry and picture books for children.

  •  Howard Sargeant has taught in France and has been a freelance lexicographer since 1988. He has contributed to the compilation of numerous dictionaries and referencebooks by many well-known publishers.

  •  Y H Mew was a teacher for several years before becoming an editor and later a publisher of educational and children’s books. He takes a keen interest in the teaching of English to young and adult learners.

  •  Anne Seaton holds an honours degree in Classics (Latin and Greek). Her publishing career spans over four decades and she has worked extensively as a lexicographer, writer, consultant and an editor on numerous publications for English language learners.

  •  Rosalind Fergusson, a former teacher and editor, has spent nearly 30 years compiling a wide range of language-related reference books for many established publishers. She is also an author of numerous English language teaching materials.

  •  Rosemary Allen has a vast experience in teaching, writing curriculum materials and educational consultancy. A former principal, she has held posts in various educational associations in Australia, Indonesia and Singapore. She has also taught at the National Institute of Education, Singapore and the University of Western Australia. Now a full-time writer, she has published her materials widely throughout Asia, Australia, the UK and USA.