Graded Readers » Graded Readers: Poziom 1-2. A2

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Jules Verne retold by Elizabeth Gray
Poziom 1 (A2)

Beauty and the Beast
Jenny Dooley
Poziom 1 (A2)

Blackbeard's Treasure
Jenny Dooley
Poziom 1 (A2)

Journey to the Centre of the Earth Jules Verne retold by Elizabeth Gray
Poziom 1 (A2)

Simon Decker & the Secret Formula
Jenny Dooley
Poziom 1 (A2)

A Christmas Carol
Charles Dickens retold by Jenny Dooley
Poziom 2 (A2)
Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde
Robert Louis Stevenson retold by Elizabeth Gray
Poziom 2 (A2)
Hampton House
Jenny Dooley
Poziom 2 (A2)
Perseus and Andromeda
Jenny Dooley
Poziom 2 (A2)
Robinson Crusoe
Daniel Defoe retold by Elizabeth Gray
Poziom 2 (A2)
Swan Lake
Jenny Dooley
Poziom 2 (A2)

The Last of the Mohicans
J. F. Fenimore Cooper retold by Elizabeth Gray
Poziom 2 (A2)

Opis serii

Graded Readers to seria lektur stanowiących doskonałe uzupełnienie jakiegokolwiek kursu podstawowego od poziomu elementarnego do średnio zaawansowanego. Lektury przeznaczone są dla uczniów wszelkich typów szkół i kursów językowych. Dzięki nim uczniowie w naturalny sposób rozwijają sprawności językowe, poznając jednocześnie angielskojęzyczne wersje słynnych mitów, legend i klasycznych dzieł literatury światowej, napisane uproszczonym i przystępnym językiem. Wśród utworów oryginalnych znaleźć można powiastki science fiction, opowiadania detektywistyczne, historie o duchach i inne, których wybór zaspokoi najwybredniejsze gusta czytelnicze. Książeczki z serii Graded Readers sprawiają, że nauka języka angielskiego staje się literacką przygodą.

 

Najważniejsze cechy

  • wszystkie lektury są bogato ilustrowane
  • każdej lekturze towarzyszy książka ćwiczeń
  • w pełni udramatyzowane nagrania pozwalają lepiej wczuć się w atmosferę tekstu
  • wiele lektur można zaprezentować na scenie w formie sztuki teatralnej, co stanowi dużą atrakcję dla uczniów

 

Opis komponentów

Książeczka z angielsko-polskim słowniczkiem (Reader with English-Polish Glossary)

Bogato ilustrowany tekst z pomocnym przy czytaniu słowniczkiem angielsko-polskim.
 

Zeszyt ćwiczeń (Activity Book)

Książka ćwiczeń zawiera m.in. pytania wstępne przed rozpoczęciem czytania lektury oraz sprawdzające zrozumienie tekstu (comprehension questions), a także tematy do dyskusji w grupie (związane z tematyką lektury) i różnorodne ćwiczenia leksykalno-gramatyczne.
 

Książka nauczyciela (Teacher’s Book)

Książka nauczyciela zawiera odpowiedzi do wszystkich ćwiczeń, plany poszczególnych lekcji, a także test sprawdzający w dwóch wersjach.
 

Płyta lub płyty CD (Audio CD(s))

Płyta zawiera w pełni udramatyzowane nagranie tekstu lektury. 

 

Treść lektury

 

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

It was the year 1867. Some sailors said that they saw a dangerous, giant monster living in the cold waters of the ocean. Some ships tried to find it and kill it, but they never returned. People said it looked like a whale.
"It was 300 feet long and a mile wide!"
"Water came out of its back. It was like a big underwater explosion!"
 

Beauty and the Beast

"Beauty, I love you. Do you love me? Will you marry me?" What should she say? She was afraid of him ... And so she said, "No, Beast. You are kind, but I don´t love you. And I don´t want to marry you." At this the Beast let out a roar of anger and pain. "Why don´t you love me? Am I so ugly?!" he shouted at the terrified Beauty and left the room...
 

Blackbeard's Treasure

... When the men were all looking at the treasure, something like a black shadow came to the top of the stairs ... It stayed back in the darkness of the stairs until the men moved the chest to their boats ... No one could see it, but the shadow was really a ghost that looked like a pirate ... No one could see him, but it was Blackbeard and the treasure was his to watch ...
 

Journey to the Centre of the Earth

Professor Lidenbrock finds a strange message in an old book. He sets off with his nephew Axel on a dangerous journey under a volcano to find - the centre of the Earth! The Professor and Axel have many amazing adventures along the way, and even see prehistoric monsters! But will they find the centre of the Earth?
 

Simon Decker & the Secret Formula

Simon heard a woman scream, then a gunshot. There was another shot and the sound of glass breaking. Simon fell to the floor and crawled towards the kitchen. Rocky was in there, barking and jumping at the kitchen door. Simon held Rocky in his arms to keep him quiet, then he listened. A car door opened and closed, then the car drove quickly away.
 

A Christmas Carol

Scrooge is rich, but mean and miserable. He particularly hates Christmas. His assistant, Bob Cratchitt, is poor but happy, even though his son, Tiny Tim is very ill. One Christmas, three ghosts visit Scrooge to show him his past, his present and the terrible future. Will this soften Scrooge´s heart and change him into a generous man?
 

Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde

26 March 1886, I cannot control him any longer. He comes when he wants and there is nothing I can do about it. Soon, everyone will know. What can I do? He´s coming. I know he is. I can feel it. This time he will stay for ever...
 

Hampton House

It was fun for Kathy to work with William and the others at the Helping Hand Club ... until she met the strange lady in Room 16 at the Old People´s Home. The lady´s story about Hampton House and its master changed her life completely! Now everybody suspects her of being a liar and, worst of all, William won´t speak to her again. Will anybody believe her?
 

Perseus and Andromeda

Acrisius could not see it, but there was a thin opening in the rock in front of the Priestess, and something like white smoke was coming out of it. It was the message Apollo was sending her. The Priestess listened to the smoke as it moved past her, and she waited until it left before she spoke. "The only child you and your wife will have is the one you have now. You will not have a son, but your daughter will. You must be careful of this child because one day he will kill you." "My daughter´s son? But why? How can I stop this from happening?"
 

Robinson Crusoe

I walked to the highest part of the island and looked around. The island was quite large, but there were no people on it. I looked out to sea, and there were no boats. "Why," I thought, "did this happen to me? But I´m still alive. There must be some reason for that."
 

Swan Lake

Is there anything that can make sad Prince Zigfried happy again? Why is he so attracted to the beautiful white swan with the golden crown? Will he find his bride among all the princesses his mother has invited to the Royal Ball? How much harm can evil Rocford and his daughter do? Will love be the winner once again?
 

The Last of the Mohicans

When Uncas, the Mohican Indian, first saw the Englishwoman, he immediately fell in love with her. But he could not imagine at the time the price he would pay for this love. Could his white brother, Hawkeye, help him? Will the Mohican tribe manage to survive in the end?

 

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