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Giving teenagers global skills to Influence the future.

Influence is a four level British English course, perfectly aligned to the Spanish Secondary curriculum, designed to facilitate the process of planning and delivering lessons that keep students on task with engaging, age-relevant materials.

Equips students for the future

Students develop a firm foundation in both linguistic and Super Skills: Critical thinking, Creativity, Communication and Collaboration

Develops real-world competence

A unique 3-fold approach to developing and evaluating real world competences through:

– authentic language and tasks

– a focus on real-life issues

– motivating teen-tested videos.

Makes collaborative work simple

– WDYT (What do you think?) sections to get students thinking.

– Collaborative projects offer an opportunity to use new language.

Helps every student succeed

Every-ability solutions help cater to all students’ linguistic and cognitive strengths.

On-the-go practice

Student’s App: on-the-go practice and gamified activities to motivate learning.

Teacher’s App: a range of tools including the Classroom Presentation Kit for motivating lessons.

Influence Andalusia version also available, click here for more information.




Cancelled due to COVID-19 until further notice.


Future Influencers competition

Win a Journalism Workshop in English for the whole class!

When asked “What do you want to be when you grow up?”, how many of your students say “An influencer!”?

We want to create influencers whose reach goes way beyond social media and future-proof teenagers with the global skills they need to have a real, positive impact on society. For that reason we have created the Future Influencers competition.


“What do you think needs influencing to improve your local community?”
As a class, decide your answer to the following question and write a news article explaining how you want to have an influence on this issue (maximum 300 words)

Why not try Influence’s Skills Boost methodology to help your class plan their news article?


17 February – competition opens

14 April – closing date for submissions

21 April – winning class announced

14 May – Journalism Workshop for the winning class*
*Participants must have availability to receive the Journalism Workshop in their school from 09.00 – 15.00 on Thursday 14 May 2020.



If you don’t have a Google account, you can also enter by sending completing and attaching this entry form and your article to es.info@macmillaneducation.com

Read the Terms & Conditions here.




Unit Tour

Have a look at a unit of Influence to see how it can improve your classes.

Coursebook Resources

Additional resources to supplement your coursebook: videos, audio files, flashcards, worksheets… giving you endless options for adapting your classes to you and your students’ needs.

Resource Hub

A wealth of articles, videos, tips and practical classroom activities to give your classes that personal touch. Click below to see a sample of some of the tools you will have access to.

And much more…

Exclusive tools and resources to make the most of your classes and give you the support you need.