Read your way to better English Engage, educate and take your students’ English further with an Oxford reader! Using an Oxford Reader in class has many benefits for teachers and students: ◆ ◆ ◆
Readers reinforce the acquisition of language presented in class, building students’ confidence in reading. They provide reading material adapted to the students’ level. They consolidate reading through listening as many of Oxford readers come with an audio CD or MultiROM with a recording of the story. They help teachers to monitor the students’ progress with free tests, answer keys and activities.
Oxford University Press offers graded readers in an extensive range of levels to suit every teacher’s needs.
Whatever the genre or the level you are looking for, Oxford Readers can provide the perfect choice of reader. Schools
Primary 1st Cycle
Primary 2nd Cycle
Primary 3rd Cycle
Starter, Levels 1&2
Levels 2 & 3
Levels 3 & 4
Oxford Read and Discover
Levels 1 & 2 Forthcoming
Level 3 & 4
Levels 5 & 6
Secondary 1st Cycle
Secondary 2nd Cycle
Levels 2 & 3
Levels 2, 3 & 4
Levels 5 & 6
Bookworms Club: Stories for Reading Circles
Silver, Pearl, Gold, Coral
Platinum, Ruby, Diamond
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Teaching resources When selecting an Oxford Reader teachers are also choosing to enjoy an exceptional series of services that will really make a difference:
Oxford Reading Plans offer a practical guide to integrating readers with the topics, language and vocabulary that the students are working on, for each unit from their Oxford textbook. Available at www.oupe.es.
A whole range of resources at www.oupe.es to develop reading skills in the classroom. Worksheets, vocabulary lists, playscripts, teacher’s handbooks, reading plans… and much more!
Dolphin Readers Dive into a world of motivating readers. ◆
Dolphin Readers include a mixture of attractive real-word stories and non-fiction readers on cross-curricular
They have been designed to make developing language skills fun for primary.
themes which will develop children’s imagination and open up their world. Series Editor: Craig Wright
Cursive script is used in the Starter level.
5 levels: Starter to 4
Cross-curricular themes and language reinforce contents taught in primary course books.
Full-colour illustrations, stories, and cross-curricular content stimulate students’ interest, while carefully-graded
An extensive activities section provides for varying levels. ‘Read and do’: integrated activities for every page
Each reader includes a practical picture dictionary.
Notes for teachers and parents in each book.
Activity Books provide extra reading, writing, and speaking practice.
Dolphin Readers website offers teachers online resources to integrate reading skills into classroom.
Dolphin Readers are available individually, or in level packs with four titles and audio CD.
English introduces them to new language.
Sample pages from Go, Gorilas, Go –Level 4
Sample pages from Doctor, Doctor – Starter Level
Get a free Oxford Reading Plan – a practical guide to integrating readers with the topics, language and vocabulary that students are working on, unit by unit, in their Oxford course book.
Choose your Dolphin Readers Grammar
The world around us
Science and Nature
Present simple tense This is / a/an / what is it / are they?
A Day with Baby
A Game of Shapes
Jack the Hero
Where Is it?
How’s the Weather?
What’s for Breakfast?
A Visit to the City
Circles & Squares
Students in Space
New Girl in School
Just Like Mine
What Did You Do Yesterday?
Uncle Jerry’s Great Idea
Wonderful Wild Animals
Let’s Go to the Rainforest
The Tough Task City
Up & Down
Girl & Country Boy
Go, Gorillas Go!
Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow
We Won the Cup
Where People Live
In the Ocean
It is / there are / Has
Present simple tense / Do you? / Has Present continuous tense / Where is / are?
Prepositions of place
Can I have? NEW
Can / Question forms Parts of speech / Past simple
Things That Fly
Comparatives / Superlatives Past continuous / Question forms
Oxford Read and Discover
Read and discover more about the world! ◆
These new non-fiction graded readers for primary students from the age
Series Editor: Hazel Geatches /
of 8, with cross-curricular topics and colour photos, make learning
CLIL Adviser: John Clegg
English through other subjects exciting. ◆
4 levels: 3 - 6
Oxford Read and Discover covers a broad range of topics from the social and natural sciences curriculum. Ideal for integrating content teaching
40 titles CEF A1-B1
20 New titles in 2011:
into the English class. ◆
Carefully selected photographs, maps, charts, and diagrams aid ◆
Flexible design allows free reading or supported reading.
Activities develop language and critical thinking skills.
Two projects in every book give students the chance to develop research and presentation skills.
The series is perfect for CLIL and covers three broad curriculum areas:
- The World of Science and Technology - The Natural World - The World of Arts and Social Studies. ◆
A supplementary activity book is available for each reader. Activity books offer chapter-linked activities followed by after-reading whole book activities and a book review; focus on content, vocabulary, and grammar.
Teaching ideas and ‘Read and Talk’ suggestions for each reader, CLIL guidance, ideas for classroom use, and answer keys available on the
website. Levels 1-2 forthcoming in 2012.
LEVEL 4 NEW TITLES All about desert life Animals at night Animals in art How to stay healthy Why do we recycle LEVEL 5 NEW TITLES All about islands Animal life cycles Materials to products Medicine then and now Our world in art LEVEL 6 NEW TITLES Cells and microbes Earth then and now Helping around the world Incredible energy Wonderful ecosystems
SEE ISBN ANNEX FOR FULL LIST OF TITLES
Sample pages from The Water Cycle – Level 3
Sample pages from Food Around the World – Level 6
LEVEL 3 NEW TITLES Animals in the air Festivals around the world How we make products Life in rainforests Sound and music
Choose your Read and Discover Readers The World of Science and Technology
How we make products
600 headwords Present simple tense / Present continuous tense / Past simple tense / Question forms / Adjectives, adverbs / Prepositions
Animals in the air
Free time around the world
Your five senses
Life in rainforests
How to stay healthy
Why do we recycle
Animals at night
Animals in art
Wonders of the past
All about islands
Medicine then and now
Animal life cycles
Homes around the world
Our world in art
Transportation then and now
Exploring our world
Cells and microbes
Sound and music
All about ocean life
Materials to products NEW
All about desert life NEW
Machines then and now
Present simple tense / Present continuous tense / Past simple tense / Future simple / Passive voice / Question forms Adjectives, adverbs / Prepositions
All about plants NEW
Present simple tense / Present continuous tense / Past simple tense / Future simple / Passive voice / Question forms / Adjectives, adverbs / Prepositions
Festivals around the world
Present simple tense / Present continuous tense / Past simple tense / Future simple Question forms / Adjectives, adverbs / Prepositions
The World of Arts and Social Studies
The Natural World
All about space
Food around the world
Clothes then and now
Caring for our planet
Helping around the world
Earth then and now
Your amazing body
Classic Tales Bring the magic of traditional tales into your class. Retold by Sue Arengo 5 levels:
With listening, speaking, reading, writing, and drama activities, Classic Tales graded readers make it easy for teachers to create complete language lessons around a popular and engaging traditional tale.
This series of richly illustrated traditional stories for children will bring an extra dimension to English teaching with
The stories are illustrated in full colour, bringing the text to life and making it easier for children to follow the storyline.
An illustrated glossary, together with puzzles and questions related to the story, act as a further aid to understanding.
Activity Books with a variety of reading, writing and speaking activities exploit the language presented in the stories.
Beginner 1 – Elementary 3
listening, speaking, reading, writing and drama activities.
Recordings of all the stories are available on the website to develop children’s listening and pronunciation skills, and can be used as an alternative to reading the story aloud.
Big Book editions are available for four Classic Tales from the beginner level. Big Books add a new dimension to classroom story time, making it easier for the whole class to share the reading experience.
Classic Tales are ideal both for extending and reviewing language, with vocabulary and structures closely linked to the Primary curriculum.
The perfect complement for any Oxford story-based course book.
Choose your Classic Tales Readers BEGINNER 1 100 headwords
Present simple tense Is, are, has, have
Simple question form Can, can’t
BEGINNER 2 150 headwords
Present continuous tense
Three Billy - Goats
The Magic Cooking Pot
The Enormous Turnip
The Shoemaker & the Elves
The Little Red Hen
Lownu Mends the Sky
The Princess & the Pea
Amrita & the Trees
The Gingerbread Man
Big Baby Finn
The Town Mouse & the Country Mouse
The Fisherman & His Wife The Ugly Duckling
Jack & the Beanstalk Thumbelina
The Little Mermaid
Simple past tense with core verbs: came, gave, made, ran, said, saw, went, etc
Questions with what, who, when, where, why
Simple past tense with additional verbs, including bought, fell, hid, slept, etc
Present continuous with future meaning
Going to (future)
Could / couldn’t
Must / mustn’t
Questions with how, how many/how much Time clauses with after, before and when Comparison of adjectives with –er and more
The Twelve Dancing Princesses The Goose Girl Cinderella The Sleeping Beauty
The Beauty & the Beast
Present perfect tense Have to/don’t have to
The Little Red Riding Hood
Simple past tense with additional verbs, including blew, forgot, rode, tied, etc
Goldilocks & the Three Bears
Need to/don’t need to See/watch/hear + verb + ing First conditional
Simple relative clauses with who, which, that
Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs
The Magic Brocade
Comparison with as…as
Oxford Storyland Readers A 12-level series of stories and factual writing that relate to children’s experiences and encourage a genuine interest in reading. ◆
Imaginative graded stories (Levels 1-12), together with factual texts (Levels 7-12) which relate to young learners’ own experiences.
Picture dictionaries, comprehension questions, games and puzzles reinforce target language and develop reading skills.
Levels 1 to 12 CEF A1-B1
New vocabulary is presented through colourful on-the-page illustrations that help maintain the natural flow of the story.
Each book for levels 7-12 contains a factual section to support cross-curricular learning.
The Enhanced Edition includes a phonics guide at the end of each book to help learners to read phonics in context.
Available titles: Level 1 Anna at the Supermarket The Picnic This is Ping You’re a Cat Level 2 Daddy’s Present Grandma’s Photos The Birthday Party The Red Kite Level 3 My Friend Bip Bip’s Visit Billy & Tom At the Zoo Level 4 Where is Boo? I Can Swim Super Boy Joey the Bird Mickey Monkey Level 5 Charlie Lucky Jo Jo Level 6 At The Beach The Space Museum Gary’s Lost! The Circus
Level 7 The Lost Cat The Biggest Dad The Garden Fairy Mrs Mott Level 8 Beauty and the Beast Fireman Bill and the Dragon The Fat Prince and the Angry Man The Giant’s Garden Level 9 Amy and the Red Box Barney the Policeman Hansel and Gretel Jo Tells Stories Level 10 Save the Animals! The Elephant Rock The Girl from the Sea Typhoon! Level 11 How Sam Grew The Fishing Hook The School Ghost The Younger Brother Level 12 Happy and the Plums Take It Away! The Snow Queen The Story of Tea
Storybooks WINNIE THE WITCH / WINNIE FLIES AGAIN / WINNIE IN WINTER ◆
ELT adaptations by Jane Cadwallader, Kathryn Harper and Paul Shipton.
A collection of three delightful storybooks told in simple language with a pull-out Activity Booklet.
THE SNOWMAN ◆
Raymond Briggs and Gail Ellis.
A beautifully illustrated story with a variety of activities.
PROFESSOR PUFFENDORF’S SECRET POTIONS ◆
Korky Paul and Robin Tzannes with adapted text and activities by Jane Cadwallader.
Illustrated by the acclaimed Winie the Witch artist with a pull-out booklet of activities.
Also available Visit www.oupe.es to get information about other Oxford Primary Readers series.
Watch out for this year’s competition for Oxford Primary Readers and win fantastic prizes! Visit www.oupe.es for further details. 85
Published on Jan 5, 2011
Published on Jan 5, 2011
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