Globalization has helped to close the gap between citizens from all around the world. As a result, youngsters growing up in the current period are exposed to an unprecedented amount of knowledge and new technologies. Both parents and schools must ensure that their children are well-equipped and prepared to succeed in the competitive twenty-first century. Oxford Discover 2E focuses on producing internationally oriented pupils who, as they mature, will assist to create a better and more peaceful world by highlighting crucial 21st Century Skills such as critical thinking, communication, teamwork, and creativity.
Students may think deeply about a topic using Oxford Discover 2E, which stimulates discovery, inquiry, collaboration, and communication. Because the course aims to foster students' curiosity, it encourages them to bring fresh ideas, questions, discoveries, and results to each class, and it gives teachers the freedom to tailor their teachings to the needs of their students.
The course Oxford Discover 2E covers six essential transdisciplinary topics, with each unit tracing a path of research that comes under one of the themes. Through Big Questions, fiction and nonfiction books, model writings, and a range of activities that foster peer and group collaboration, students explore these topics and their accompanying lines of inquiry throughout Oxford Discover.
Who we are
Where we are in place and time
How we express ourselves
How the world works
How we organize ourselves
Sharing the planet
The four skill component of Oxford Discover 2E is also highlighted, helping your students to thrive in language assessments such as IELTS, TOFL, or MUET. Use the Discover App to practice all four skills, which includes a range of question forms such as text, graphics, audio, and voice.
Understand the Full Course Package
• Student Book
• Grammar book
• Oxford Discover App
• Teacher’s Pack (including Teacher’s Guide, Classroom Presentation Tool and Teacher’s Resource Center)
• Picture Cards & Posters
• Class and Grammar Audio CDs
For more information, visit www.oup.com/elt/oxford_discover