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February 25, 2011

British Council ELTon Award goes to ABAX's Fiction in Action: Whodunit

Teaching-English-in-Japan-Education-Whodunit" Following on from their English-Speaking Union award last November, Japan-based publisher ABAX are celebrating another big win: a British Council ELTon Award. Fiction in Action: Whodunit by Adam Gray and Marcos Benevides won in the Cambridge ESOL International Award for Innovation category.

The publisher describes Whodunit as "...something not seen before, a textbook designed to act as a bridge to extensive reading... In the book, students complete tasks which help them uncover clues and are drawn further into a mystery. Having successfully closed the cases in the stories in the book, students can go on to read any other appropriately leveled readers on their own."

Congratulations to Marcos, Adam and all at ABAX on a well-deserved win.

See Also:
The British Council ELTon Awards
Fiction in Action: Whodunit on ELTBOOKS.com
Made-in-Japan book awarded English-Speaking Union prize

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