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Teaching Young Learners to Think Print

Herbert Puchta, Marion Williams


Teaching Young Learners to Think offers 80 lessons with photocopiable worksheets devised to develop key thinking and language skills in young learners.

A selection of activities, organised in categories from basic to higher-order thinking skills, engage young learners in meaningful use of language while enhancing cognitive abilities through real-life thinking tasks.

All tasks carefully match both the cognitive and language level of the students and will create hours of fun and motivation for both teachers and learners.

Ideal for use in ELT classes, bilingual programmes and CLIL-based curricula.


ImageHRH The Duke of Edinburgh ESU English Language Book Award 2012

ESU’s annual awards celebrate innovation and good practice in the field of English language teaching and learning.
The judges assessed entries on three criteria: Originality, Practicality, and Presentation.

"This is a thought-provoking and practical resource. All in all, a welcome addition to a staffroom." - Judge's quote


Download pages from the book Image

- Age: 6/8 - Odd one out (pp20-21)

- Age: 7/9 - Put in order (pp55-56)

- Age: any - Action stories (pp82-85)

Download the printing PDF for the I CAN THINK sticker


- Read review from SISAL Journal
- Read review from ELT Journal 
- Read review from Modern English Teacher 
- Read interview with Marion Williams from NEW ROUTES - DISAL


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Teaching Young Learners to Think978-3-85272-428-7

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