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March 14, 2005

OUP, Macmillan Take ELT 'Oscars'

Oxford University Press and Macmillan Education were the big winners at this year's Elton Awards, ELT's equivalent of the Oscars, which were announced recently. OUP won two of the three British Council-sponsored awards with publications for children's ELT: 'Three in a Tree,' by Vanessa Reilly, a series of course materials for pre-school children; and 'Assessing Young Learners,' by Pavlos Pavlou and Sophie Loannou-Georgiou, the first book on assessing children in EFL learning. Macmillan won for its 'Campaign' coursebooks, written by Simon Mellor-Clark and David Riley and designed for soldiers working on peacekeeping missions. Campaign also won last year's Duke of Edinburgh award.

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