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Beyond

A series of self-contained British English lessons with a creative and dynamic approach to topics. Every month, we will publish a new downloadable lesson. Each lesson consists of step-by-step teacher’s notes and photocopiable worksheets for students. The series includes two collections of lessons, Beyond: Arts and Media and Beyond: Knowledge.


Additionally, you can read a blog written by Beyond B2 author, Robert Metcalf, here who uses Beyond as part of his regular teen class. 

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Inside Beyond

  • Introduction to the Beyond lessons on onestopenglish

    Karen Kovacs introduces a series of British English lessons to use with teenagers at levels A1 to B2. This article provides information on the topics in the series and guidance on how to use the lessons.

  • Beyond: Arts and Media

    A collection of topical lessons for teenagers related to art, television, literature, theatre, advertising and the press. Students practise speaking and further subskills while being creative. To find out more about Beyond take a look at www.macmillanbeyond.com.

  • Beyond: Knowledge

    A collection of lessons related to school subjects such as geography, history, science, maths and technology. Students practise English while learning about the world around them. To find out more about Beyond take a look at www.macmillanbeyond.com.

  • Beyond: Extra resources

    Looking for extra resources to use with Beyond? Here we gather together some of our favourite onestopenglish resources, specially mapped to fit each level of the Beyond course.

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Readers' comments (3)

  • what a great effort!

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  • Hi Camelot. Good to hear! Which one's your favourite so far?

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  • i think they are great: constructivistic and funny!, entertaining and challenging

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