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Graded Readers Teacher Photocopiables

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Contents POPCORN READERS

pg. 2 (overview)

Starter level

pg. 4

Level 1

pg. 5

Level 2

pg. 6

Level 3

pg. 7

ELT READERS

pg. 8 (overview)

Starter level

pg. 10

Level 1

pg. 11

Level 2

pg. 12

Level 3

pg. 13

Level 4

pg. 14

DVD Readers

pg. 15

Timesavers Photocopiables

pg. 16

Free Downloadable Teacher Resources! For Popcorn, ELT, and DVD Readers, teachers can access free downloadable resources from www.scholastic.co.uk!

① Search for, and click on title at www.scholastic.co.uk ② Click on “Free stuff” at the bottom of the page ③ Select and download your resources ④ Available resources vary by series and title please visit the website to confirm

指導用教材・ 無料ダウンロード可! Popcorn Readers・ ELT Readers ・ DVD Readers

には、 www.scholastic.co.ukより無料ダウンロード できる指導用教材が豊富です。

① www.scholastic.co.ukにて、ご希望のタイトル 商品ページを検索してください。

② 各タイトルの商品ページ下部にある "Free stuff" をクリックしてください。

③ お好きな指導用教材を選びダウンロードしてください。 ④ 無料ダウンロードできる指導用教材は各タイトルや

シリーズで異なります。詳細はwww.scholastic.co.uk をご覧ください。

To the best of our knowledge, the content of this catalogue is correct as of November 2016, however we cannot accept responsibility for any errors or omissions. Prices and details may be subject to change without prior notice.

このカタログの内容は、2016年11月現在のものです。誤字脱字に関しては責任を負いかねますの でご了承ください。価格や詳細につきましては予告なしに変更する場合がございます。


Highlights POPCORN READERS

ELT READERS

DVD READERS

TIMESAVERS (photocopiable teacher resources)


Popcorn Readers

Meet...

Meet the key characters before reading the story

登場キャラクター を紹介!

Scholastic Popcorn ELT Readers are a series of low-level graded readers. Based on popular films and TV series, Popcorn Readers are targeted at children in the early stages of learning English. 初級者向けのリーダーシリーズ。 Scholastic Popcorn Readersは、大人気 の映画やテレビシリーズ、児童文学を ベースにした、 初級の英語学習者に最適 なシリーズです。

Why choose Popcorn Readers? Popcorn Readers おすすめポイント

* From The Animals of Kung Fu Panda Starter Level

Real World

■ High-interest stories based on popular film and TV series ベースは大人気の映画やテレビ シリーズ!! ■ Created with language-learning consultants 言語学習を目的とした本文構成 ■ Audio CD of story recording available with each reader 全タイトルにCDパックをご用意! ■ Includes comprehension, vocabulary and language-learning activities 読解力、 語彙、 言語学習のアクティ ビティを収録 ■ Download free teacher’s resources from www.scholastic.co.uk to enhance learner benefit, make planning & assessment easy, and save yourself time! www.scholastic.co.ukのウエブサイト より教師用指導教材を無料ダウン ロード可能。 レッスン計画や評価が 簡単に!

very light した教科 ・文化 bones

情報を紹介

At the end of Rio Blu learns how to fly. Some birds are very good at flying … and some birds can’t fly.

Osttriich hes Ostriches have wings and feathers but they can’t fly. They have strong legs and can run very fast – about 70 kilometres an hour! Ostriches can be 2 metres tall.

Hummiingb bird ds Hummingbirds flap their wings very quickly. Because of this, they can stay in one place. A bee hummingbird is very small. It is about 5 centimetres long g.

The Arcttic Tern

Hummingbird

Penguiins

Some birds migrate. They fly many kilometres to eat and to breed. The Arctic Tern lives in the Arctic from May to August and then it flies about 20,,000 kilome etres to the Antarctic!

Penguins are birds, but they can’t fly. They flap their wing gs under water … and swim!

Arctic Tern

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Starter level

Level 1

light (adj) flap migrate breed swim

* From Rio: Learning to Fly Level 2

Popcorn Readersは4レベル構成 Level

What do these words mean? Find out.

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Student Level

For children’s first stories in English はじめて英語の本を読むお子様 For children beginning to read independently in English

自分で英語の本を読み始めたお子様

Level 2

For children gaining confidence in reading in English

Level 3

For children reading confidently in English

英語で本を読む自信を持ち始めたお子様

自信を持って英語の本を読めるお子様

* Word count data is provided as a guide - the exact number varies by title. 総語数データは目安の数値です。正確な語数は各タイトルにてご確認ください。

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feathers

ストーリーに関連

A bird can fly because it has feathers and veryy lig ght bones.

Birds, wings and feathers

■ Over 50 carefully-graded readers 50以上の豊富なタイトルと、丁寧 なレベル分け

How do bird ds fly? ?

18/11/11 16:15:02

Headwords - 語彙数 Word Count - 総語数 Headwords

Word Count

150

約200語

200

約500語

250

約800語

300

約1,100語


Imagine …

ワークや、 やる気を 引き出すチャンツ

Chant

アクティビティ

1

Your teacher is going to read the Rio story. When the whistle blows, say the missing word.

T 9

Listen and read.

Can you fly?

For example:

Can you fly? Fly in the sky? It was morning in the rainforest of Rio. A young blue Spix’s Macaw watched the birds in the .

‘I want to fly too,’ he thought. But he was young and his wings were not .

Can you open your wings like me? Can you fly? Fly in the sky? Can you look up and see? See me?

Sky!

Can you fly? Fly in the sky? Can you open your wings like me? Flying is fun! Come on everyone! Fly in the sky with me!

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Popcorn ELT Readers Teacher’s Notes

Imagine... and Chant

Chapter Quizzes Chapter 3

Motivating drama and chanting activities

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Resources include:

Lesson plans Chapter quizzes Project work Downloadable flashcards

(Answer key, page 11)

Correct the mistakes.2 10 Say don't like 1 The customers like the show.

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3 Squidward has got talent. 4 The customers don’t buy tomatoes.

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5 The customers throw tomatoes at SpongeBob.

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Chapter 4

レベルに

Circle the words. 1 SpongeBob cleans up the customers / tomatoes .

3 Squidward is angry / hungry.

1 Who or what is it? Write next to each picture.

4 Mr Krabs has got a lot of talent / money. 5 SpongeBob is a customer / star.

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I’m frightened. I’m going up and up. I’m going to fight the Dragon Warrior. These noodles are great.

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Activities for different types of learner

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Download these and more for free at www.scholastic.co.uk (more details on“Contents” page of this catalogue) www.scholastic.co.ukの教師用指導教材セクションから 無料ダウンロードできます。詳細は"Contents"ページをご覧下さい。

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2 The customers love / laugh SpongeBob.

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生徒の想像力

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Popcorn Readers

Starter Level

SpongeBob eats a lot of cereal. Then he goes out.

SPO N GE BOB'S N E W TOY SpongeBob is eating breakfast. ‘Look, Gary!’ he says. ‘Eat this cereal and have a free toy!’

4

5

* From Spongebob Squarepants: SpongeBob’s New Toy Starter Level

Where do they live? The Smurfs live in Smurf Village. There are a lot of Smurfs!

They live in small houses. The houses are mushrooms.

mushroom

6

7

* From The Smurfs: Meet the Smurfs! Starter Level

Book Only: 680円 With CD: 1,200円

Headword Count: 150 Word Count : Up to 200

ISBN

4

Title

ISBN

Title

9781910173800

Animals of Kung Fu Panda

9781910173183

Who are the Smurfs?

9781910173794

Animals of Kung Fu Panda (with CD)

9781910173114

Who are the Smurfs? (with CD)

9781910173763

How to Train Your Dragon: Hiccup and Friends

9781910173176

Meet the Smurfs!

9781910173756

How to Train Your Dragon: Hiccup and Friends (with CD)

9781910173107

Meet the Smurfs! (with CD)

9781910173787

Meet the Croods

9781910173770

Meet the Croods (with CD)

9781910173237

Mr Bean: A Day at the Beach

9781909221796

Mr Bean: A Day at the Beach (with CD)

9784865391510

Starter Set (10 Books)

6,800円

9781910173244

Mr Bean's Guide to London

9784865391527

Starter Set (10 Books with CD)

12,000円

9781909221772

Mr Bean's Guide to London (with CD)

9781910173213

SpongeBob Squarepants: SpongeBob’s New Toy

* See P7 for Full Set ISBNs and prices. フルセットのISBN、価格につきましては7ページをご覧ください。

9781909221857

SpongeBob Squarepants: SpongeBob’s New Toy (with CD)

9781909221840

SpongeBob Squarepants: Underwater Friends

9781909221833

SpongeBob Squarepants: Underwater Friends (with CD)

9781910173220

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Meet the Turtles!

9781909221819

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Meet the Turtles! (with CD)

Sets ISBN

Title

* Prices exclude sales tax

表示価格は税抜です。

Price


Popcorn Readers

Level 1

Meet ...

I’m Granny Squirrel. This is the key to the treasure of the Golden Squirrel.

the animals from

Granny Squirrel I’m King Julien. I’m King Rat. I’m looking for the treasure.

Fred King Rat King Julien

We are penguins. We live at New York Zoo. We are looking for the treasure too.

Marlene Kowalski

Rico Maurice

Private

Mort

Before you read …

Skipper

2

3

What do you think? Who finds the treasure?

* From Penguins of Madagascar: The Lost Treasure of the Golden Squirrel Level 1

Now Flint has a new invention. It is the Food Machine. ‘Look!’ says Flint to his dad. ‘Water goes in here. And food comes out!’ ‘Oh no!’ says Flint’s dad. ‘I can make food for everyone,’ says Flint. ‘No more sardines!’

But there is always a problem with Flint’s inventions. His car does not fly. His spray-on shoes never come off. The people of Swallow Falls laugh at Flint. 8

Book Only: 710円 With CD: 1,250円

Headword Count: 200 Word Count: Up to 500

ISBN

9

* From Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs Level 1

Title

ISBN

Title

9781910173275

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs

9781908351531

Over the Hedge

9781910173268

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (with CD)

9781908351548

Over the Hedge (with CD)

9781910173152

Gargamel’s Magic Spell

9781908351555

9781910173084

Gargamel’s Magic Spell (with CD)

9781906861964

Hachiko: A loyal dog

9781906861971

Hachiko: A loyal dog (with CD)

9781910173824

How to Train Your Dragon

9781908351074

Rio 1: Blu and Jewel

9781910173817

How to Train Your Dragon (with CD)

9781908351081

Rio 1: Blu and Jewel (with CD)

9781906861391

Ice Age 1

9781906861230

Shrek 1

9781906861407

Ice Age 1 (with CD)

9781906861247

Shrek 1 (with CD)

9781908351517

Jungle Book: The Cobra’s Egg, The

9781909221727

SpongeBob Squarepants: Talent Show

9781908351524

Jungle Book: The Cobra’s Egg, The (with CD)

9781909221734

SpongeBob Squarepants: Talent Show (with CD)

9781908351494

Jungle Book: Man Trap, The

9781909221642

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Rise of the Turtles

9781908351500

Jungle Book: Man Trap, The (with CD)

9781909221659

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Rise of the Turtles (with CD)

9781908351470

Kung Fu Panda Holiday

9781407133638

Tintin 1: Tintin's Daring Escape

9781908351487

Kung Fu Panda Holiday (with CD)

9781407133683

Tintin 1: Tintin's Daring Escape (with CD)

9781906861315

Madagascar 1

9781906861322

Madagascar 1 (with CD)

9781906861452 9781906861469

Mr Bean: Royal Bean Mr Bean: Royal Bean (with CD)

Penguins of Madagascar: The Lost Treasure of the Golden Squirrel, The

9781908351562

Penguins of Madagascar: The Lost Treasure of the Golden Squirrel, The (with CD)

Sets ISBN

Title

Price

9784865391534

Level 1 Set (17 Books)

12,070円

9784865391541

Level 1 Set (17 Books with CD)

21,250円

* See P7 for Full Set ISBNs and prices. フルセットのISBN、価格につきましては7ページをご覧ください。 * Prices exclude sales tax

表示価格は税抜です。

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Popcorn Readers

Level 2 A van drove into the road. ‘Yes!’ said Leo. ‘Let’s go and ask that man.’ The Turtles jumped down. ‘Stop!’ Raph shouted to the man. ‘There are four of us and one of you,’ said Donnie. ‘So what are you going to do?’ The man shot at the Turtles and drove away. ‘Oh no!’ shouted Raph to Donnie. ‘Why did you ask that?’

KRAANG ATTACK! CHAPTER ONE

‘Who makes the mutagen?’

‘Why are we here?’ asked Mikey. It was night in New York and the Turtles waited and watched. ‘We want to find April,’ said Leo. ‘Someone down there knows something.’ 6

7

* From Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Kraang Attack! Level 2

CHAPTER TWO

In the city

‘Look at me!’ Theo said to Chet. But Chet was angry. ‘What’s the matter?’ asked Theo. ‘You are not a car, you’re a snail!’ said Chet. Suddenly, a big bird took Chet away. ‘Theo! Help me!’ shouted Chet.

One night, Theo went to the city. He wanted to see some cars. He jumped on a car and it started to race. The car drove very fast and Theo fell into the turbo engine … and when he came out, he was different. ‘I’m a turbo snail now!’ said Theo.

8

Book Only: 710円 With CD: 1,250円

Headword Count: 250 Word Count: Up to 800

ISBN

* From Turbo Level 2

ISBN

Title

9781910173299

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2

9781906861254

Shrek 2

9781910173282

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 (with CD)

9781906861261

Shrek 2 (with CD)

9781910173848

How to Train Your Dragon 2

9781910173169

Smurfs 2

9781910173831

How to Train Your Dragon 2 (with CD)

9781910173091

Smurfs 2 (with CD)

9781906861414

Ice Age 2: The Meltdown

9781909221703

SpongeBob Squarepants: Wormy

9781906861421

Ice Age 2: The Meltdown (with CD)

9781909221710

SpongeBob Squarepants: Wormy (with CD)

9781906861353

Kung Fu Panda

9781909221666

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Kraang Attack!

9781906861360

Kung Fu Panda (with CD)

9781909221673

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Kraang Attack! (with CD)

9781906861339

Madagascar 2: Escape to Africa

9781908351630

Time Jump: Back to the Stone Age

9781906861346

Madagascar 2: Escape to Africa (with CD)

9781908351647

Time Jump: Back to the Stone Age (with CD)

9781906861476

Mr Bean: Toothache

9781407133645

Tintin 2: Danger At Sea

9781906861483

Mr Bean: Toothache (with CD)

9781407133690

Tintin 2: Danger At Sea (with CD)

9781908351579

Puss in Boots: The Outlaw

9781910173862

Turbo

9781908351586

Puss in Boots: The Outlaw (with CD)

9781910173855

Turbo (with CD)

9781906861988

Rango

9781906861995

Rango (with CD)

9781908351098

Rio 2: Learning To Fly

9781908351104

6

Title

9

Rio 2: Learning To Fly (with CD)

Sets ISBN

Title

Price

9784865391558

Level 2 Set (16 Books)

11,360円

9784865391565

Level 2 Set (16 Books with CD)

20,000円

* See P7 for Full Set ISBNs and prices. フルセットのISBN、価格につきましては7ページをご覧ください。 * Prices exclude sales tax

表示価格は税抜です。


Popcorn Readers

Level 3

Meet ...

Brad

the people in

This is Brad. He’s from the USA, but he’s in London for a week.

Mr Bean This is Mr Bean. He lives in London. He likes the Queen.

Mrs Wicket This is Mrs Wicket. She isn’t very nice. Mr Bean lives in some rooms in her house.

474cc

The Queen

Skin

This is the Queen. She lives in London too.

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In this story, people give someone a lot of money. Who are they going to give the money to?

This is Mary. She’s Mrs Wicket’s friend.

This is Teddy. He’s Mr Bean’s best friend.

687c Dress Edge

Before you read …

Mary

Teddy

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536c

3

Hair

* From Mr Bean: The Palace of Bean Level 3

141c Cane

CHAPTER FOUR

‘I’m not like other Boovs,’ Oh said sadly. But Oh and Tip were friends now. They flew through sun and rain, day and night. Suddenly, they saw a lot of small Boov spaceships. They were all flying away. ‘They’re not looking for us!’ Oh shouted. ‘They’re running away. The Gorgs are coming!’

‘You’re my friend!’ Oh showing Tip the computer chip he’s taken from the crashed Gorg spaceship ‘Look! Gorg spaceships!’ Oh shouted. ‘Why are Gorgs angry with Boovs?’ Suddenly, the car crashed into a Gorg spaceship. Was there a Gorg inside? Oh was very frightened. But no … ‘A Gorg computer chip! Their computer chips are better than ours,’ Oh said. He put the computer chip in the car and they flew very quickly to Australia.

18

Book Only: 710円 With CD: 1,250円

Headword Count: 300 Word Count: Up to 1,100

ISBN

Title

19

* From Home Level 3

ISBN

Title

9781910173886

Home

9781908351111

Rio 3: Looking For Blu

9781910173879

Home (with CD)

9781908351128

Rio 3: Looking For Blu (with CD)

9781906861438

Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs

9781906861292

Shrek Forever After

9781906861445

Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (with CD)

9781906861308

Shrek Forever After (with CD)

9781908351883

Kieran’s Karate Adventure

9781906861278

Shrek the Third

9781908351890

Kieran’s Karate Adventure (with CD)

9781906861285

Shrek the Third (with CD)

9781906861377

Kung Fu Panda 2: The Kaboom of Doom

9781909221741

SpongeBob Squarepants: DoodleBob

9781906861384

Kung Fu Panda 2: The Kaboom of Doom (with CD)

9781909221758

SpongeBob Squarepants: DoodleBob (with CD)

9781910173909

Kung Fu Panda 3

9781909221680

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Donnie's Robot

9781910173893

Kung Fu Panda 3 (with CD)

9781909221697

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Donnie's Robot (with CD)

9781908351616

Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted

9781407133652

Tintin 3: The Lost Treasure

9781908351623

Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted (with CD)

9781407133706

Tintin 3: The Lost Treasure (with CD)

9781906861490

Mr Bean: The Palace of Bean

9781906861506

Mr Bean: The Palace of Bean (with CD)

9781906861513

Nanny McPhee & the Big Bang

9781906861520

Nanny McPhee & the Big Bang (with CD)

9784865391572

Level 3 Set (15 Books)

10,650円

9781908351593

Puss in Boots: The Gold of San Ricardo

9784865391589

Level 3 Set (15 Books with CD)

18,750円

9781908351609

Puss in Boots: The Gold of San Ricardo (with CD)

Sets ISBN

Title

Price

9784865391466

Full Set (58 Books)

40,880円

9784865391473

Full Set (58 Books with CD)

72,000円

* Prices exclude sales tax

表示価格は税抜です。

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CHAPTER 2 Tokyo

‘I’m lucky,’ said Santi. ‘I play for a great team.’ Señor Pérez liked Santi’s answer. ‘We want you at Real Madrid. Come and play for us!’ ‘Wow!’ thought Santiago. ‘This is very exciting.’ But he also felt frightened. ‘Yes,’ he thought, ‘I want to play for Real. Every footballer in the world wants to play for Real. But I want to play football. I don’t want to sit on the bench. And what about Roz?’ ‘You must decide quickly,’ said Burruchaga. ‘Give us your answer by midnight tomorrow.’

‘Real Madrid are in Tokyo. We’re flying there tomorrow,’ said Glen to Santiago. ‘Tomorrow?’ said Santiago. ‘People work fast in football,’ said Glen.

***

Scholastic ELT Readers are a series of contemporary film and TV adaptations, original fiction, classic literature and biographies, ideal for high school, university and adult readers.

Santiago and Glen arrived at the Park Hyatt Hotel in Tokyo. Santi’s hotel room was very cool and he wanted to have a bath. But then Glen called. ‘They want to talk to us now,’ he said. Santi went to meet the men from Real. He was nervous. There was the coach, Rudi Van der Merwe, and the two top men, Florentino Pérez and Señor Burruchaga. ‘We watch you play a lot,’ said Burruchaga. ‘You’re good.’

you. But this is Real Madrid! It’s so exciting.’ *** 写真によって理解力と arrived at Newcastle ‘But what about ourSanti house? And back my job here at the Airport the next day. ‘Look, Roz,’ said Santi. ‘I love you, I want to be with

you playing for me Realand Madrid now?’ ‘You can stay here. You can visit I’ll visit you. 現実味が深まる ! People from newspapers and TV were all around And I can teach you Spanish!’ said the Santiago.

‘Hey, Santi! Is it true? Are you leaving Newcastle? Are hospital … and … I can’t speak Spanish!’ said Roz.

Film stills aid comprehension and bring the story to life!

Madrid

Santi arrived at the Real training ground – Gavin was already there. And so were Zidane, Raúl, Ronaldo and David Beckham – the best footballers in the world! Some children watched and called to the players. The players smiled and called back.

[PIC 3: SANTI & GAVIN TRAIN HARD AT THE MADRID TRAINING GROUND]

***

Santi’s first game for Real Madrid was against Olympiacos of Greece in the Champions League*. The Bernabéu+ was full. Santiago sat next to Ronaldo. He was very nervous. Who was in the team? And who was on the bench? Far away in Los Angeles, Santi’s grandmother Mercedes and his brother Julio waited for the match on TV. They sent Santi a text. He read it and thought of his father

a goodpaella!’ story. ‘OK then,’ smiledhim. Roz.They ‘But wanted I’m not eating

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* The top teams from each European country play in the Champions League. Thirty-two teams start. One wins. + The Bernabéu is the home of Real Madrid. They play their games here.

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* From Goal 2: Living the Dream Level 1 PEOPLE AND PLACES

Places

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Santi went back to his room and tried to phone Roz. She wasn’t at home. Roz worked at the hospital. Sometimes she worked at night When Santi got home, Roz was angry.and sometimes in the day. Santi left a lot didn’t call him. ‘Why didn’t you talkoftomessages. me first?’But sheshe said. ‘You’re going to Madrid! I heard it on the radio!’ *** ‘I tried to phone …,’ said Santi. Later, Santisay was in the hotel bar. Gavin Harris came in. Roz went to work. She didn’t goodbye. and Santi Santi felt terrible.Gavin ‘I must speak towere Roz,’old he friends thought.from Gavin’s time at Hewas played now. Santi went to theNewcastle. hospital. Roz withfor MrReal Ives. He ‘You’re going to hate Madrid,’ laughed Gavin. ‘No rain! wasn’t well. dark, cold mornings! speaks Spanish!’ ‘So, you’re goingNo to Madrid,’ said Mr Ives Everyone to Santiago. ‘I know,’ said Santi. ‘But do I say “yes” or “no”?’ ‘But don’t take Roz! She’s my favourite girl!’ ‘What?! No one‘Santiago says "no"didn’t to Realask Madrid.’ ‘I’m not going, Mr Ives,’ said Roz. Santi looked at his friend and smiled. Gavin was right. me. So I’m staying here.’

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BleTcHley Park is a country house near the town of Milton Keynes, north-west of London. During the Second World War, it was Britain’s code breaking centre.

作中の人物像と背景

alan Turing

設定で理解が深まる!

Joan clarke

is a brilliant mathematician. He is a professor at Cambridge and very good at code breaking.

is also a brilliant mathematician. She works in a university.

生徒が夢中になる60以上のタイトル ■ Adaptations of award-winning films and TV series 受賞歴のある映画やドラマに関連 する内容

commander dennisTon

sTewarT menzies

is an important officer in charge of the country’s warships.

is the head of MI6. ‘MI’ means Military Intelligence, which means spies. The people at MI6 were Britain’s spies.

There were several huts, or long, low buildings, around the main house at Bletchley. Each hut had a number. The Enigma team works in Hut 8 and has a workshop in Hut 11. The workers go to the Beer Hut to drink beer, dance and spend their free time.

■ Inspiring biographies of contemporary icons 現代を代表する著名人の感動的な 伝記 ■ Carefully-graded syllabus じっくり少しずつレベルアップできる 段階構成 ■ Audio CD recording available with every reader 全タイトルCDパックをご用意! ■ Download free teacher’s resources from www.scholastic.co.uk to enhance learner benefit, make planning & assessment easy, and save yourself time! www.scholastic.co.ukのウエブサイト より教師用指導教材を無料ダウン ロード可能。 レッスン計画や評価が 簡単に!

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People and Places

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becomes head of the team of code breakers at Bletchley Park.

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* From The Imitation Game Level 3

Headwords - 語彙数 Word Count - 総語数

ELT Readersは5レベル構成 Level

Starter level

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

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1 year of English

英語を1年間学習している方 1–2 years of English 英語を1~2年程度学習している方 2–3 years of English 英語を2~3年程度学習している方 3+ years of English 英語を3年以上学習している方 4+ years of English 英語を4年以上学習している方

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Fact File

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ACTIVITIES

suggestions on how to use readers in class, extra activities and follow-up project work

of Juliet’s family. b) Romeo is …………………… ………… when they have c) Romeo and Juliet are ………… to say goodbye. to learn that Romeo ………… ………… is Laurence d) Friar loves Juliet and not Rosaline. when Romeo’s friends laugh e) Nurse is …………………… at her.

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when f) Juliet is …………………… message.

* From The Imitation Game Level 3

she hears Romeo’s

in the order they 2 Put these events from Act Two a) Nurse comes to look for Romeo.

People and places Answer the questions. a) What are the two important and Capulet ………… Montague ………… ………… SCH families in Verona called? ……………………………… b) Two people make medicines. Which two? ……………………………… c) Who wants to marry Juliet? ……………………………… d) Who looks after Juliet?

b) Romeo and Juliet Marry. onto Juliet’s balcony.

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Act One

SELF-STUDY ACTIVITIES

Ch apters 1–2

Self-Studyアクティ

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Before you read You can use your dictionary. 1 Complete the sentences with these words. agree campaign God leader politics save shoot a) We are starting a … for better food at our school. b) I work in … because I want changes in our country. c) Please don’t … me! I can’t help you if I’m dead! d) She and I have opposite ideas about everything. We never … . e) He’s going to die. Nothing can … him now. f) Long ago in Egypt, people believed in Ra, the … of the Sun. g) Barack Obama became the … of the USA in 2009. 2 Match the two halves of these sentences. a) People go to school because they want b) When two countries fight, there’s c) Three or more people together are d) To shoot someone, you need e) Buildings sometimes fall down in

i) a gun. ii) an earthquake. iii) a group. iv) an education. v) a war.

3 Read ‘People and Places’ on pages 4–5 and answer the questions. a) Where are Malala and her family from? b) How many brothers and sisters does Malala have? c) Where do Malala and her family live now?

Self-Study

After you read 4 Complete the sentences with the correct names. a) … didn’t learn to read and write as a child. b) The … helped a lot of people after an earthquake. c) A lot of people listened to …’s ideas on the radio.

helps students check comprehension as they progress

5 True or false? Correct the false sentences. a) Malala was with her family when the Taliban shot her. b) Women in Swat Valley always wear a hijab or burqa in town. c) When people gave Fazlullah money, he bought school books. d) Music and DVD shops closed because of the earthquake.

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in Act 1 Tick the things that happen a) Benvolio starts a fight. b) Prince Escalus stops the fight.

One.

ROMEO & JULIET ✗

f) Romeo

Juliet marry the day of you wants to marry after they meet. Imagine one You ask your partner if he/she someone you met yesterday. conversation. thinks it’s a good idea. Have a

and 3 Work with a partner. Romeo

Act Three

or false (F)? 1 Are these sentences true (T) T level. is suitable for students who steps in front Rosaline because is in love withThis beenRomeo learning English for at least two years and a) Mercutio dieshave c) Romeo tells Benvolio that he up to three years. It corresponds with sword. see Tybalt’s cannot he the and Common him of European him. Framework level A2. Suitable marry that Juliet willfor users of CROWN/TEA CROWN/TEAM M magazines. d) Lord Capulet tells Lord Paris magazines. dead. runs away because Mercutio is Romeo b) masks. in party Capulet the to e) Romeo and his friends go was right to kill Tybalt. c) Lord Montague says Romeo SYNOPSIS a Capulet. f) Juliet discovers that Romeo is he has because Romeo killFriar’s Five:toThe wants letter never reaches Romeo. Instead Romeo The tragic story of Romeo and Juliet takes place Prince EscalusAct over a fewd)days hears of Juliet’s death and rides back to Verona. in Verona Tybalt. He finds her ‘body’ in Italy, killed s. nearly 500 years ago. 2 Make sentence in the tomb. He drinks poison and dies. Juliet Act One: The action starts Capulet wakes, finds him to see Capulets and partybetween is dead and Romeo Before you read i) to the with a fight learns andthat killsTybalt herself. The Prince and the Capulet and Montague e) When Julietdead Montagues – the two families always fight a) Romeo thinks and father. when they meet mother Rosaline. to her parents arrive. An unhappy gone, she goes Friar Laurence tells them the story. All because they hate each other. We then meet Romeo, a Montague, You can use your dictionary. who is unhappily are horrified and they promise to live in peace to enough from now on, so old is in love with a girl called Rosaline. Meanwhile ii) Juliet doesn’t in italics. that Romeowords and Juliet b) Lord Capulet have not died for nothing. correct the Capulets 2 Choose the having a ball, and everyone is invited except marry. 6 Complete the sentences thesearewords. think with as bad as / the Montagues. Romeo and his friends decide tells Romeo that things are not a) Friar Laurence that Juliet is to go anyway, learn to THE upset BACK wearing iii) STORY masks to disguise themselves. Tybalt, Juliet’s cousin, army bomb peace reporterCapulet. goes c) Romeoprize recognises Romeo at the a party and is angry. Romeo and Shakespeare he thinks. wrote Romeo and Juliet, his most famous Julietworse than see each other and fall in love. They speak, king. story, in 1594–5. It has beennight / for cinema love Juliettimes a) I want to be a … for a newspaper. with many and to spend his wedding filmed iv) that Paris is good-lookiss and part. He tells Romeo television. The photos in this Scholastic Reader come d) Nurse thinksAct Two: Romeo sees Juliet on her balcony and climbs up. b) The from the lovers express beautiful only 2013 their feelings the filmminute. is Romeo & Juliet, starring Douglas Booth and b) I don’t want to be in the … because I don’t tonextgo for eachwant other. The v) Rosaline dayto theywar. leave Verona this Hailee e) Romeo ismeet at Friar Laurence’s church and Steinfeld. The script was adapted byParis they marry. woman in Verona. Juliet the writer andFellowes, Lord Julian between wedding a Three: picture. plans In another street fight, Tybalt kills Romeo’s of the popular c) There’s a £100 … for theActbest Capulet TV series Downton Abbey. c) Lord friend Mercutio. Romeo kills Tybalt in revenge, and he runs away. Prince you are at the Capulet Imagine for Wednesday / Thursday. partner. ain Escalus with arrives d) There are too many wars theand world. Why can’t we have says Romeo 3 Work must leave the city forever. After …? MEDIA LINKS see? Romeo and do you Juliet secretly spend their wedding night together, is crying because of Romeo / Tybalt. party. What think she DVD: Romeo d) Juliet’s parents & Juliet starring Douglas Booth and Hailee Steinfeld Romeo leaves for Mantua. e) There was a ... in the city yesterday and thirty people died. Juliet’s father believes Juliet is crying is available onstay true to Romeo / for Tybalt. He plans her wedding to a nobleman, she must DVD. Lord Paris, e) to Nurse says CD: A recording of this simplified version of Romeo & Juliet is Act Twocheer her up. When Juliet refuses to marry Paris, he is very angry. Lord Paris. available accompany the Scholastic Reader. forget Romeo ActaFour: 7 Chapter 4 is called ‘Without Home’. is going to be without a andto marry Juliet goes spaces. the to Friar s inWho Laurence, who makes a plan. He correct adjective Internet: Find extensive educational resources 1 Put thewill give her a sleeping potion and she will sleep for for two days, B. on the website schools on or plays William Shakespeare Choose andAhis partner. a appearing dead. Her family will put upset home, do you think? Why? with worried of the Royal Work 3 sad surprised her in the family tomb. When afraid Shakespeare Company. is Juliet happyshe not to thefriend. ‘Explore’ wakes, Romeo will be waiting and will take her to and ‘Education’ The other GoJuliet’s you is Juliet. Mantua. A: One ofsections at www.rsc.org.help, her friend. to uk. Also goes find The Friar writes to Romeo with instructions. out she more about the Globe for e Laurenc to Friar doesn’t go Theatre at www.shakesp Romeo appears on her when earesglobe.com. After you read worried ………… ………… is a) Juliet Have their conversation. 8 When did these thingsbalcony. happen? Number them 1–7.

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Photocopiable a) Malala joined a new political group for children. 2 HOW TO USE YOUR SCHOLASTIC READER ©Scholastic Ltd b) Fazlullah said, ‘From January the 15th, there are going to be no Choosing and motivating list on page 4 of this resource sheet). Select girls at school.’ the English language Do your students know the story of Romeo and Juliet? Have they option on the DVD, and turn on the English subtitles if students seen the film? Explain that this is a story about love, murder, find the dialogue difficult to follow. c) Malala started writingrevenge a blog. and passion. Glossary d) The war started again,Organising and lots of people left Mingora. Go to ‘New Words’ at the back of the reader. Translate the words Read notes about using the playscript in class on page with the class or ask students to find meanings 6, and e) Malala’s school closed.decidetheif you at home. The want students to read alone, read aloud or Vocabulary Builder on page 3 of this resource act out sheet practises the play in the classroom. Select exercises the Self-Study the new words. f) The Pakistani army arrived Mingora and warfrom started. section atin the back of the reader and extra activities from this resource sheet to go with each part of the Fact File play. All answers are g) Malala and her familyoncame to Mingora and she decided to page 4 ofback this resource sheet. Set this as self-study or use for whole class work. It includes a biography of William Shakespeare as well as Using the CD be a politician. information about films of Romeo and Juliet. Use the internet sites listed above to extend students’ study.

Students can listen to the CD and follow in their books. They can listen

and then act it themselves. They can act it themselves and 9 Answer the questions. then listen. All these activities will improve their reading skills. the DVD a) Why did Malala wantUsing to be a doctor? The film is nearly 2 hours long. Select key scenes to show in b) Where did people read Malala’s blog? parallel with the class acting schedule (for scene ideas, see the c) Where did Malala go when the war started again? ©Scholastic Ltd d) Why was she angry with her father on her birthday? e) Why were there reporters at Malala’s school in 2011?

What did they think? Get everyone to do a written or spoken review of Romeo & Juliet. Compare opinions. Would they like to go and see the play, either in English or their own language? Did you enjoy using it in class? Let us know at readers@link2english.com .

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Teacher’s notes

* From Romeo and Juliet 10 What do you think? Was Malala right to write a blog and Level 3 campaign on TV? Were her mother and father right to say yes to the idea?

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nternet and living in London.

World and Lonely in London.

r levels from Starter to Intermediate. LEVEL 1 Elementary: Level 1 A1 (600 headwords)

Elementary A1 3 LEVEL (600 headwords)

Internet, I’m telling you about my life in England because you’re my only friend here.

CHAPTER 1: Write to me! Monday July 11th – 15.39

I’m living with Mr and Mrs Lacey. Mr Lacey works in a cinema. Mrs Lacey is a policewoman. They always ask me the same thing: ‘How are you today?’ ‘OK,’ I answer. I ask about London, but Mr Lacey says, ‘Let’s talk this evening. I’m going to work now. Goodbye, Junko. Have a good day!’

by Junko

I’m writing this blog in the Double Decker Internet Café in London. The café is in a tall, old, red London bus next to my language school. I love it. It’s very British. I’m from Tokyo but I’m living in the UK for three months. I’m learning English here. My name’s Junko. This is me. I’ve got black hair, dark eyes, glasses and a big smile.

In the evenings, I say hello to Mr Lacey. But he says, ‘I’m very, very tired. A terrible day at the cinema! I’m going to bed now. Goodnight.’

Please write to me at my blog. Goodbye for today!

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In the street next to the internet café, a girl says to me, ‘You’re Japanese. I know your face from language school. I’m Sonya. I’m from Slovakia. What’s your name?’ ‘I’m Junko. Junko Nagai.’

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The map flies away in the storm. Oh no!

The Storm Hawks are looking through the Cyclonians’ rubbish. The Cyclonians are doing something here!

Let’s see what’s here …

Piper sees the map again.

Hey! Yorga Juice! I love Yorga Juice!

This is a bad storm. Let’s fly!

I want to go back to the Condor!

I’ve got it!

A storm is coming. Let’s go now!

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FACT FILE

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FAMOUS DOGS

Lassie is probably the most famous dog in film. There are more than ten films and many TV series about her. Lassie is beautiful and clever. She always helps her owners when they’re in trouble. The first Lassie film was in 1943 but they are still making Lassie films today. Of course, it’s not the same dog actor! A dog called Pal played Lassie in the first film. Many dogs from Pal’s family are in later films.

Everyone loves dogs. We love watching them in films and reading about them in books. Here are some dogs that are famous all over the world. Do you know why they are famous?

)TG[HTKCTU$QDD[ Bobby was a real dog. He lived in the 1850s in Edinburgh, in Scotland. His story is very sad. Bobby’s owner was John Gray and for two years they went everywhere together. In 1858 Gray died. For the next fourteen years Bobby sat on his grave. He only left for his food or when it got very cold in the winter. Today there is a statue of the little dog near John Gray’s grave.

)TQOKV Gromit is one of the world’s funniest dogs. Gromit can’t talk but he’s very clever. He’s good at inventing machines. He does a lot of exciting things with his owner, Wallace. Gromit is one of the bestloved stars in the UK today.

Can you think of a famous dog in your country? Why is it famous?

.CKMC A lot of people know about this dog, but they don’t know her name. In 1957 Laika went 2,000 miles into space. Russian scientists found Laika in the streets in Moscow. She didn’t have a home. They trained her to travel into space. Sadly, Laika died. But we learned a lot about space travel because of this dog. What do these words mean? You can use a dictionary. real grave statue space scientist travel (n/v) TV series

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* From Hotel for Dogs Level 1

Ch apter 4

More than two million people left their homes. Some were in cars, with big bags of clothes and food. Others were on bikes or on foot. It usually took a few hours to drive from Mingora to Tor Pekai’s family, but that time it took two days. They walked the last twenty-four kilometres with all their bags on their backs. Ziauddin didn’t come with them to Tor Pekai’s family. He lived and worked with other campaigners in the city of Peshawar. The work was important, but it was difficult for the children without their father. When Malala turned twelve, he forgot her birthday. She was very angry with him. After three months, the war ended and the people of Swat Valley went home. As Malala saw Mingora again, she thought about all her country’s problems, and her plans to be a doctor. Pakistan already had a lot of good doctors, but it needed better political leaders. She decided to be a politician. The Taliban didn’t make the laws in Swat now but they still bombed schools. And they bombed one of Ziauddin’s campaigner friends and shot another. They wanted Ziauddin dead too. They also knew Malala’s face from the American film. ‘But that’s OK,’ thought her mother and father. ‘The Taliban kill men, but they never kill children.’ When Malala didn’t think about the Taliban, life was good. She talked a lot on TV about girls’ education. She was also in a new political group for children. Every month, young people from different parts of Swat Valley came together and decided on the biggest problems for children. Malala, as the group’s leader, then asked the politicians of Swat for change. ‘Street children must have more help with their

without a hoMe In the days after her school closed, Malala wrote more of her blog. It was now on English websites as well as the Urdu one, and in a Pakistani newspaper too. Sometimes Malala read her schoolbooks alone in her room, but it wasn’t much fun without her friends. She was very happy when, after six weeks away from school, the Taliban and the Pakistan army agreed to end the war. Girls’ education was part of the peace agreement, and girls’ schools opened again.

MILLIONS LEAVET THEIR HOMES IN SWA

But people quickly started breaking the agreement, and in May the war started again. This time, Tor Pekai didn’t want to stay in Mingora. She decided to take Malala and the boys to her family home in the country. People leaving their homes in Mingora

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At first, Prost and Senna worked quite well as teammates. But they were very different. Prost thought carefully about a race. He did exactly as much as he needed to. If he could win a championship with a third place in the race, he came third. Senna could never do that. ‘Something inside me, something very strong, pushes me on,’ he once explained. ‘I try to beat myself.’ He also tried to beat Prost. As they now drove in the same cars, the races were a fair test of their driving. Senna drove the fastest qualifying lap in thirteen of the season’s sixteen races. But qualifying laps didn’t win races. Senna drove his car so hard that there were sometimes problems.

Teammate trouble: Senna and Prost In his first season at McLaren, Senna finally had the car of his dreams. It had the best engine and the best body in Formula One. Senna’s hands hurt terribly when he was driving the Lotus. In his new car, driving was easy. The McLaren team also had good people working for them. The engineers at McLaren loved working with Senna. He worked as hard as they did and he always thanked them at the end of a long day. And, unlike other drivers, he always said when a problem was his own fault, not the car’s.

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Monaco was the third Grand Prix of the season. While he was qualifying, Senna drove better than ever before. He was excited about the main race on Sunday. Monaco was one of his favourite tracks.

Senna and his new teammate Alain Prost

THE MONACO GRAND PRIX 1988 The race started, and soon Senna was far ahead of Prost and the other drivers. The McLaren boss, Ron Dennis, told him to slow down now. Senna was going to win anyway, he said. But going slower wasn’t easy for Senna. Eleven laps before the end of the race, he crashed into the side of the track. Prost drove past and won the Grand Prix. Senna jumped angrily out of his car and went to his flat. He didn’t speak to anyone. Hours later, he was still crying. ‘I made a mistake,’ he said later. 'I became much stronger after that.’

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‘Then change the law, Mr President,’ said Dr King. ‘Give us voting rights. We are Americans and we want to vote’. ‘I can’t do that this year. I told you!’ said the President, pointing his finger at Dr King’s face. ‘You’ve got one problem. I’ve got a hundred and one problems. Come on, Dr King, help me out here!’ But Dr King remembered his words to Jimmie Lee Jackson. ‘People are dying in the South for this,’ said Dr King. ‘It cannot wait, sir.’ The President tried a different idea. ‘We have information, Dr King,’ he said. ‘You’re not safe. The Ku Klux Klan is planning to kill you. Stay away from the front line - just for a while.’ ‘I don’t think so, Mr President,’ said Dr King. ‘I know the FBI will try anything to stop me. They listen to my telephone, in my home and in my hotel rooms. It ain’t gonna work.’ Dr King said goodbye and left. The President sat alone for a while. He felt he had no choice now. He picked up the phone to the next office. ‘Get me J. Edgar Hoover,’ he said.

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‘A march from Selma to Montgomery,’ said Dr King. ‘This was always part of the plan, wasn’t it?’ said the President. ‘You make trouble in Selma, then you make trouble across Alabama. Selma to Montgomery is fifty miles. Through Alabama full of racist white folks and the Ku Klux Klan**. It’s too dangerous. People are gonna die. Then it won’t just be Alabama. It’ll be all over the South, and then all over the country.’

J. Edgar always did things quickly, and the next day, a cassette arrived at the King home. Coretta and Martin sat and listened. It was an FBI cassette - they made it in hotel rooms where Martin was staying. He wasn’t alone on the cassette. In parts of the cassette he was with different women. The cassette finished. Martin couldn’t look at Coretta. ‘Tell me the truth, Martin,’ she said. ‘Do you love me?’ ‘Yes, I love you,’ he said.

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Paul and Clara enjoyed being parents. Two years after Steve arrived in their lives, they adopted another child, a baby girl called Patty. As a young child, Steve was usually awake at four in the morning, and his interest in everything around him often got him into trouble. But Paul Jobs was a calm, patient father. He was also skilled at making things. If furniture was needed for the house, Paul made it in the garage. He invited his son to help. He also gave him a part of the garage where he could make his own things. Paul Jobs loved to buy and mend old cars as a hobby. Then he sold them for more money than he had spent on them. Steve watched his father work on the cars, but he didn’t really want to get his own hands dirty. The cars sometimes needed work on their electronics, however, and this interested Steve much more. He also loved the trips to the junkyard to buy old car parts. His father seemed to know more than the people that worked there, so he always bought the parts for a good price. The family were now living in Mountain View, a town in the Santa Clara valley. This part of California was famous for all its technology companies. Innovations in electronics and early computing were happening there. In the 1970s people started to call the area Silicon Valley because microchips, an important part of computers, are usually made of silicon. Many of the Jobs’ neighbours were scientists and electronics experts. One of them, Larry Lang, worked at the technology company Hewlett-Packard. He saw that Steve was an intelligent young boy and he taught him how to make radios and other electronic toys. Home life was very happy for Steve, but at school he was often bored. If he wasn’t interested in something, he

refused to do any work on it. He played lots of tricks on the children and teachers, and several times he was sent home early from school. When Steve was about ten, his school realised that he was very clever. They decided that he should learn with older kids. But this meant a new school in a more dangerous part of town. There were lots of fights at the new school, and Steve had problems with the other children. After a year, he refused to go back. His parents decided to move the family five kilometres down the valley to a town called Cupertino. The schools were better there, and Steve was happier. Most of his friends were older than him and shared his love for maths, science and electronics. Steve in his high school electronics class.

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TV programme. This time he was confused by the bright lights and frightened of the cameras. Ace or John spent a lot of time on the oor with Christian, trying to stop him from running away. Luckily, people watching the programme afterwards thought they were watching a man and a lion playing together! After the TV programme there was a lot of interest in Christian. Magazines and newspapers wanted to take photos of him. But they wanted him to look wild and frightening. They took photos of him in the middle of a yawn, when his mouth was wide open and his teeth were showing. They wanted their readers to think he was a dangerous lion. Ace and John decided they needed to be more careful about the photographs that appeared in the newspapers. They met a photographer called Derek Cattani who understood Christian. They asked Derek to take photos of him. After that, if the newspapers wanted photos, they had to buy them from Derek. Ace and John agreed to let Christian appear in some advertisements, as long as he enjoyed them. He was getting very expensive to feed, and Ace and John needed the extra money from the advertising. In one photo, Christian is seen sitting with six tiny new-born chickens. Nobody could believe how gentle he was with them! In another advertisement, for top fashion magazine Vanity Fair, Christian had to lie on Christian and the chickens

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Reincarnation and the caste system Hindus believe in reincarnation – when you die, you are born again, and if you live a good life, your next life will be better. Hindus believe that they are born into one of four groups (‘castes’). The lowest caste were often treated very badly by people in higher castes. Today, laws are in place to give equal rights to those in lower castes, but the caste system still exists, especially outside the cities.

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a Hindu India and many Muslims wanted their own Muslim state. In 1947, the decision was made to divide the country into two parts – one for Muslims (the new country of Pakistan) and one for Hindus. Gandhi knew this would be terrible for India and he was right. It was no longer safe for Muslims and Hindus to live in the same areas. Hundreds of thousands of people were killed as they tried to escape from their homes. Some Hindus did not agree with Gandhi because he believed in helping all religions, including Muslims. In 1948, Gandhi was shot dead by a Hindu. Today, India is a free country, but there are still many problems between the Hindus and the Muslims. Find out more at: www.mkgandhi.org www.bbc.co.uk/religion/religions/hinduism Is there anything similar about India and your own country?

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This popular title presents a variety of activities and reading texts based on aspects of British and Irish life and culture. The motivating teenage material will encourage discussion and cross-cultural comparison. Topics include ‘Going Out and Hanging Out’, ‘The British Seaside’, ‘Music Festivals’ and many more. ISBN: 1-904720-13-7 REAL VIDEO TIMESAVERS TEEN LIFE – UK! (with video or DVD) INTERMEDIATE – ADVANCED

Teen Life – UK! brings highly motivating material - originally written for teenagers watching the UK’s Channel 5 – into your classroom. Each video extract is 5-8 minutes long and includes a soap opera set in a UK secondary school, teenagers talking about topics such as relationships, and a crosscurricular science programme. The accompanying resource book includes comprehension exercises, extension activities and self-study material.

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This book provides 14 authentic extracts from modern and classical literature, each exploring a different theme, from a range of British literature: Bridget Jones’s Diary, Pride and Prejudice, About a Boy, The Time Machine, Captain Corelli’s Mandolin, and more. The extracts are followed by a variety of language activities, including material suitable as practice for the Cambridge CAE and CPE examinations. ISBN: 1-900702-22-3 with audio CD ISBN: 1-900702-77-0 with audio cassette

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