Welcome to the Mica Resource centre!Enjoy our library full of exciting and creative teaching material: all connected and organised into tracks. Happy teaching!
Easy to follow teaching tracks that lead your students to new goals each year.
Lessons for primary school aged children who are starting out with English and ready to learn but not yet interested in sitting formal examinations.
Lessons for students of all ages who have already covered the basics and would like to obtain certification through Cambridge English Examinations.
Exciting and creative projects in a range of areas (including science, maths, filmmaking, music and design) with detailed lesson plans for all ages.
Real world simulations and projects to engage students who are ready to put their hard work to use for: travel, work, creative projects, networking and tertiary study.
Enjoy our bundles of themed lesson material to help you teach English with fresh ideas
‘Too’ and ‘enough’ are adverbs that tell us about an amount of something.
Comparatives are adjectives that are used to show a change or to make a comparison.
Prepositions give us more information about the location, time and movement of things.
Superlatives are adjectives that tell us when one thing has the MOST of something.
These types of words help us ask questions to find out things.
‘Like’ and ‘as’ can be used as prepositions or conjunctions to compare and connect things.
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