Minecraft Collaborates With Cambridge To Teach English

Minecraft has partnered with Cambridge Assessment English to release a new premium map. Calling this Adventures in English, that's gone live on the marketplace for 830 Minecraft coins, having previously been exclusive to the Education Edition.

As reported by TechRaptor, this latest collaboration aims to teach gamers the English language through the supervision of Cambridge Assessment English. That's a department of the University of Cambridge, which usually provides English qualifications exams alongside teaching and lesson materials.

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Minecraft Collaborates With Cambridge To Teach English

Cambridge Assessment English's senior product owner, Alex Martin, provided a statement about the new partnership, confirming:

"Harnessing the hugely-popular and engaging world of Minecraft for language learning results in authentic, narrative-driven language practice which engages imagination, curiosity, and episodic memory."

As for Minecraft, Mojang's hit game recently recorded 1 trillion views across YouTube, marking the first game to ever reach this lofty goal. New content like the Axolotl Islands Map and Doggie Day Care were also released to celebrate the new year. Make sure to follow us for more Minecraft news and updates as it happens.

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