Help students develop competency in English as a Second Language in Secondary 3 to 5 through an effective combination of exciting themes and contextualized grammar. On Track motivates students and gives them the tools they need to succeed.
Dr. Ken Beatty, Alexandra Coutlée, Sonia Egron, Sophie Giroux, Sophie Joannette, Lia Roy, Jennifer McAliney
Anglais langue seconde
Niveau Québec: 3e secondaire, 4e secondaire, 5e secondaire
On Track 3
On Track 4
On Track 5
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Lead your students to success!
The series includes the following components:
- Activity Book
- Answer Key
- TEACHER and STUDENT Digital Components
Improve grammar: students really can!
By introducing grammar in a theme-based setting, then following up with a wide variety of exercises, drills and online practice, On Track helps students retain and transfer grammar structures effectively in writing and speaking tasks.
Build vocabulary: help students express themselves
With a focus on highly transferable vocabulary items, seen in texts and systematically reinvested in activities, On Track ensures students acquire the vocabulary they need to express themselves both in writing and in speaking.
Develop comprehension: texts students can understand
Reading strategies and vocabulary deconstruction strategies offer students practical tools to facilitate their understanding. In addition, reading texts primarily contain the most frequently used words in the English language.
Reinvest new language: practice, practice, practice!
A wealth of reinvestment opportunities encourage students to reuse newly acquired language in both guided and more open-ended production tasks. On Track: materials designed to lead your students to success!
FREE! Supplementary online activities with each Activity Book purchased
Dr. Ken Beatty
Dr. Ken Beatty, TESOL Professor at Anaheim University, has worked in schools and universities in Canada, Asia and the Middle East and lectured widely on language teaching and learning from the primary through university levels. He is author of 130+ textbooks, including six books in the Learning English for Academic Purposes (LEAP) series. He has led more than 300 teacher-training sessions in 31 countries and given more than 100 conference presentations.
Alexandra Coutlée has been teaching ESL at the secondary level for over ten years. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in TESL from McGill University and has continued her education in both literature and educational technology. She is a co-author of The Grammar Guide. She currently teaches Second Cycle ESL at École secondaire des Hauts-Sommets in Saint-Jérôme.
Sonia Egron has been teaching ESL for 17 years and is currently a teacher at the Collège International Marie de France in Montreal, Canada. She has been authoring ESL material since 2012. Sonia is co-author of the enriched ESL textbook Raising the Bar 5, published in 2013, the ESL textbook On Track 3 published in 2018, as well as the ELT textbook Connections 1 published in 2022. She has also authored material used by the University of Ottawa for a special ESL teaching project in Haiti. She has an MA in curriculum development from McGill University.
Sophie Giroux started her career working as a high school counsellor in the Oasis / detention room for five years. Helping students with their English homework inspired her to go on to obtain her bachelor’s degree in TESL from Concordia University. She has taught ESL in Secondary 4 and 5 (core and enriched) at École secondaire Mont-Royal for the last seven years.
Sophie Joannette has been teaching ESL in the Hautes-Rivières school board since 2002. She also taught English in Japan for two years. She studied TESL at McGill University, completed a certificate in English literature and is now working on her master’s degree in education. She is a co-author of The Grammar Guide. She is currently teaching Secondary 5 core and enriched ESL at Joséphine-Dandurand school, in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu.
Lia Roy has been teaching for more than 10 years in Canada and the UK. She obtained her teaching degree at the University of Glasgow and a Master’s degree in Child Studies at Concordia University. She currently teaches ESL at Collège de comptabilité et de secretariat du Québec, and is a freelance editor and translator.
Jennifer McAliney has been editing and writing ESL products, from primary through adult, since 2000. She has a B.A. in Literature from Ramapo College and M.A. in Publishing from Pace University. In 2016, she formed McAliney Publishing Services, Inc.