Ignite English aims to excite and motivate teachers and students by making learning relevant and supporting teachers. Addressing key concerns raised in recent Ofsted reports as well as meeting the needs of the new KS3 National Curriculum, the Student Books are structured around thematic units that cover a variety of forms as well as including unique immersive production based-units. Ignite English has a core focus on engaging students by connecting their skill
development, through the theme of the unit, with Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening skills used in a range of relevant and interesting jobs outside school.
This is Book 1 in the Ignite English Series. See all Ignite English books here.
Jill Carter, MA, MEd, is a project director for the Harvard Prevention Research Centre on Nutrition and Physical Activity. Jean Wiecha, PhD, serves as deputy director at the Harvard Prevention Research Centre on Nutrition and Physical Activity. Karen E. Peterson, RD, ScD, is an associate professor of nutrition in the departments of maternal and child healthMore about Jill Carter
Christopher Edge is an award-winning children's author whose books have been translated into more than twenty languages.
Christopher grew up in Manchester where he spent most of his childhood in the local library, dreaming up stories. After studying English at university, he worked in a record shop, mostly listening to Bjoerk, before being led astray by the
Geoff Barton is the General Secretary for the Association of School & College Leaders (ASCL). A former headteacher, he has also written and edited more than 100 books on English and school leadership. He is a Founding Fellow of the English Association and a regular writer and speaker on education.
Jo Shackleton has been a secondary English teacher and subj