Studentâ€™s Book 1
William Collinsâ€™ dream of knowledge for all began with the publication of his first book in 1819. A self-educated mill worker, he not only enriched millions of lives, but also founded a flourishing publishing house. Today, staying true to this spirit, Collins books are packed with inspiration, innovation and practical expertise. They place you at the centre of a world of possibility and give you exactly what you need to explore it. Collins. Freedom to teach. An imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers The News Building 1 London Bridge Street London SE1 9GF browse the complete Collins catalogue at www.collins.co.uk ÂŠ HarperCollinsPublishers Limited 2016 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 ISBN 978-0-00-814760-0 Joyce Vallar asserts her moral rights to be identified as the author of this work. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the Publisher or a licence permitting restricted copying in the United Kingdom issues by the Copyright Licensing Agency Ltd., 90 Tottenham Court Road, London W1T 4LP. British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data A catalogue record for this publication is available from the British Library. Publisher Celia Wigley Publishing manager Karen Jamieson Commissioning editor Lucy Cooper Series editor Karen Morrison Managing editor Caroline Green Editor Amanda Redstone Project managed by Emily Hooton and Karen Williams Edited by Karen Williams Proofread by Gaynor Spry Cover design by Amparo Barrera Cover artwork by Laura Hambleton Internal design by Ken Vail Graphic Design Typesetting by Ken Vail Graphic Design and Jouve India Private Limited Illustrations by Ken Vail Graphic Design, Advocate Art and Beehive Illustrations Production by Robin Forrester Printed and bound by Grafica Veneta S. P. A.
Contents 1 Going places page 1 Learn about different types of transport and read a story about a journey. Read captions, signs and lists. Write sentences and make your own lists. Find out more about books and say which types of books you like to read.
2 I can do page 11 Talk about what you can do. Read a story about different abilities. Learn about action words and spell words that rhyme. Draw pictures and write captions for them. Act out the story with a partner.
3 Let’s find out page 21 Get information from book covers and pictures. Draw and label pictures. Spell rhyming words. Talk about forests and what you find there. Use a contents page. Read a fact file to learn about foxes. Do your own research to answer questions and write sentences about what you learn. Read poems and find rhyming words.
4 The moon page 31 Talk about the cover and read a story about visiting the moon. Answer questions about the story and write sentences about the Moon. Make a postcard. Order sentences to retell the story. Draw a story map and design and draw a robot. Listen to a poem about the Moon.
5 Funny Fish page 41 Predict what will happen and then read a story to find out what does happen. Decide whether sentences are true or false. Write lists and labels. Draw pictures and write sentences describing things. Read a poem in pairs and on your own. Make up your own rhymes and illustrate them.
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6 Food page 51 Read charts and fact files about different kinds of food. Draw and label pictures. Draw a story chart and make lists of food made from different things. Write a list of ingredients. Talk about food and what you need to make it. Design a book cover. Write a contents page.
7 Traditional stories page 61 Talk about the cover and then listen to a traditional story. Read the story and draw and label pictures of the characters. Spell words with ee and oa sounds. Match sentences to pictures. Read a recipe and order the steps correctly. Draw and label a story map.
8 Feelings page 71 Find information and talk about a book cover. Take turns to read a story about feelings. Match story sentences to pictures. Make words ending in –ing and write lists of rhyming words. Retell the story and draw a story map. Read a fact file about penguins and answer questions about it.
9 Catching the Moon page 81 Listen to and read a story about catching the moon. Write sentences to describe characters. Talk about characters and their feelings. Make lists of rhyming words and things you’d need to carry out a plan. Draw pictures and write speech bubbles. Retell part of the story and act it out in pairs. Talk about a character and his behaviour at different times.
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1 Going places Listening and speaking
Listen and answer the questions. 1 How do you travel to school?
2 Where do you go shopping?
3 Where do you like to play?
4 Where is your favourite place
to play? Vocabulary: transport words 1 Look at the pictures.
Read the words. bus car 2 Answer the questions.
• • • •
What colour is the bus? What colour is the truck? How many wheels does the bicycle have? ve? How many wheels does the car have?
3 Draw pictures of other types of transport.
Write a label under each picture. Take turns in speaking. Spelling and vocabulary. Answer questions. Make links to own experiences.
Reading and writing
Look at the cover of the book. 1 What is the book called? 2 What does the title tell
you about the bus? 3 Who wrote the book? 4 What do you think the
book will be about?
Reading and listening 1 Listen to the story. Think about the questions.
â€˘ Where is the bus going? â€˘ Who is waiting for the girl when she gets off the bus? 2 Work in pairs. Take turns to read the story. 2
A simple recount. Parts of a book. Listen and respond.
The Big Red Bus 1
A big red bus is at the bus stop. 3
It is the bus to Nut Hill. 4
We get on the bus.
We get a trip to Nut Hill. Paired reading. Read aloud.
We sit at the back of the bus. 7
We grab on to the rail.
The bus is fast.
We pass the pond and the clock.
Paired reading. Read aloud.
We get to Nut Hill at last. 11
I press the bell to get off. 12
Grandad is at the bus stop.
I run up and hug him.
Paired reading. Read aloud.
Reading and writing
Read the sentences. Say which ones are true. Copy the true sentences. 1 The bus is going to Nut Hill.
2 The bus went past the pond.
3 The bus is very slow.
4 You press the bell to get off.
Sounds and spelling 1 Read each word aloud. Listen to the beginning sound
of each word. big
2 Write the words in lists, like the example below.
c words cap
3 Look at the pictures. Say what they show. Write the words.
True and false. Initial sounds. Consonant-vowel-consonant words.
Reading and speaking
Work in pairs. Take turns to tell the story in your own words. Use the story map to help you. A map Nut Hill
bus stop clock pond
Writing 1 Read the sentences in the box.
Write the sentence which is at the beginning of the story.
We pass the duck pond. We get on the bus. Grandad is at the bus stop. We sit at the back of the bus.
2 Write the other sentences in the correct order.
Retell story. Sequence events: beginning and ending.
Reading and speaking 1 Work in pairs. Look at the picture.
Talk about what you can see. 2 Talk about the different signs you might find:
• on a shop door Writing 1 Work in pairs.
Make a sign for:
• a shop door • a shop window. 2 Make a list of different
types of shoes. Read your list to a partner. 8
• in a shop window. Role play 1 Work in pairs. Imagine you
are going shopping for new shoes. What would you say? 2 Act out your conversation
at the shoe shop. Take turns to be the shopkeeper and the shopper.
Signs and lists. Role play.
Reading and writing 1 Write captions for each picture. One has been done for you.
This is the cafĂŠ.
2 Look at the pictures of things people can buy.
Say the word for each picture. Write the words.
Captions. Consonant-vowel-consonant words.
Reading 1 Look at the book covers.
Read the titles. 2 Answer the questions.
• Which book is a story book? • Which book did Becca Heddle write? • In which book can you find out about cats? • Who wrote Animal Coats? • Which of these books would you choose to read? Say why. 3 Find a book in the class
• tells a story. • gives information about animals. 4 Write the titles of the books
that you found. 5 Read The Big Red Bus again. 6 Work in pairs. Talk about
why you liked or did not like The Big Red Bus.
Fiction, non-fiction books.