Let's Talk! English is a digital curriculum to help ESL/EFL students improve all language skills.
Content aligned to the WIDA Proficiency Guidelines 1.0 - 6.0
This curriculum is based on the CEFR for English teaching and includes more than 3,000 ready-to-be-assigned activities.
Teachers are in complete control over the curriculum: They can assign the preloaded activities, modify them, and even create their own exercises.
Reading, writing, and grammar-based activities are included, but Let’s Talk! English also has a large number of interactive and engaging listening and speaking activities.
A teacher handbook is provided with a structured lesson library for each level. Each handbook presents all digital activities with answer keys, vocabulary lists, grammar charts, cultural notes, and language tips (PDF or Print).
574 digital activities
(includes 292 auto-graded activities)
678 digital activities
(includes 346 auto-graded activities)
753 digital activities
(includes 365 auto-graded activities)
792 digital activities
(includes 364 auto-graded activities)
256 digital activities
(includes 161 auto-graded activities)
We offer a variety of activities that keep your students engaged.
Learn more about our activity types.
Video Recording Activity
The Let’s Talk! English activities are all housed in our digital SmartClass® HUB platform. Our accompanying student book includes all resources teachers would otherwise have to print. Students can use this printed book to take notes, fill out conversation worksheets, translate vocabulary, use game sheets, and scan QR codes to access grammar videos.
“We decided to target the ranges of grades 6 -12. It’s also good for college, university and adult learners.”
“Let's Talk! English integrates a world-class English curriculum that is written by teachers for teachers with a powerful technology platform.”
“Students are taking more ownership of their own learning.”
“They are getting more confidence. They are getting more practice.”
“We put a lot of emphasis on speaking... (as) our number one goal as language teachers is to get our students to speak.”