In 2015, the Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary with Vietnamese translation was born not only to be a big hit among English language experts but also to receive the warm welcome of millions of Vietnamese consumers with 20,000 copies released. Following that success, Dai Truong Phat Education Group (DTP) continues to launch the Macmillan School Dictionary with Vietnamese translation for secondary school students.
The dictionary will be introduced to the public on 20/09/2017, at Kim Do Hotel, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City through the discussion “Developing Independent Study Skills for Future Success” where the participants the opportunity to share their self-learning skills to succeed.
Macmillan School Dictionary with Vietnamese translation is for secondary school students.
Macmillan School Dictionary with Vietnamese translation is recommended by Educators for secondary school students, especially who are learning their school subjects through the medium of English.
This is a copyrighted dictionary compiled based on the collaboration between the world-renowned Macmillan Publishing House and Dai Truong Phat Education Group, Ho Chi Minh City Pedagogical University Press along with Vietnamese leading language specialists in many years.
David Kaye is a professional teacher trainer and education consultant who focuses on delivering effective, outcomes-oriented professional development to learners across South East Asia.
For over ten years he has created learning and content integration programmes for the world’s biggest education publishers, using diverse delivery modes: online, face-to-face, and blended, in subjects that include language teaching, Maths, and Science, and in specialisations such as teaching ELLs (English Language Learners), CLIL and teaching content through the medium of English, formative assessment and assessment for learning, and 21st century skills; for public, and private schools, International and Bilingual schools and leading regional universities.
His understanding of regional education contexts has directly helped him make great learning institutes better, in China, Cambodia, Japan, Vietnam, Indonesia, and Sri Lanka.