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Impact helps teenage learners to better understand themselves, each other, and the world they live in.

​By encouraging self-expression, global citizenship, and active participation, Impact motivates students to explore who they are and who they want to be, all while learning English!

Learn English with National Geographic Explorers

National Geographic Explorers—photographers, scientists, artists, and more—are featured as real-life role models who are making a difference in the world. Each unit highlights one Explorer to inspire future global citizens and promote 21st century skills.

Explorers form the backbone of the series and appear in readings, videos, and activities throughout Impact.

Explore the World

Impact covers a vast range of subjects that are integrated throughout the course. In every unit students are immersed in a topic that has been specifically chosen to engage, inspire and stimulate to better prepare students for further academic success.

Learners explore real people and places from around the world and the important issues that affect us all to give them a global perspective of the world.

Video lessons feature footage from National Geographic and other sources, as well as animated infographic videos created specifically for Impact to provide students with high-quality visual input.

Become an Active Participant

Student-choice activities empower learners to become active participants in the classroom.


“Make an Impact” pages at the end of each unit give students 3 different projects to choose from. This is a great way to give students ownership over their learning and put them in the driver’s seat.


“Express Yourself” lessons reinforce the language and knowledge taught in the units.

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