The Easy English Series For ESL and ESD students
More Easy Read and Write
Reading and Writing for students who have little or no experience of English.
By Margaret Warner
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A Special Visitor Activity 4
A Special Visitor 5
A Special Visitor Activity 5
What a Race! 1
What a Race! Activity 1
A New Friend 1
What a Race! 2
A New Friend Activity 1
What a Race! Activity 2
A New Friend 2
What a Race! 3
A New Friend Activity 2
What a Race! Activity 3
A New Friend 3
A New Friend Activity 3
Run Like the Wind 1
A New Friend 4
Run Like the Wind Activity 1
A New Friend Activity 4
Run Like the Wind 2
A New Friend 5
Run Like the Wind Activity 2
A New Friend Activity 5
Run Like the Wind 3
Run Like the Wind Activity 3
Big Day Out 1
Run Like the Wind 4
Big Day Out Activity 1
Run Like the Wind Activity 4
Big Day Out 2
Run Like the Wind 5
Big Day Out Activity 2
Run Like the Wind Activity 5
Big Day Out 3
Big Day Out Activity 3
A Special Visitor 1
Big Day Out 4
A Special Visitor Activity 1
Big Day Out Activity 4
A Special Visitor 2
Big Day Out 5
A Special Visitor Activity 2
Big Day Out Activity 5
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This is a Ready-Ed Publications' book preview. More Easy Read and d Write W i is i the h third book in the Easyy English g Series Serie for students learning g English as a Second Language as well as Aboriginal students learning English as a Second Dialect, that is, students who are coming into the school system having little or no experience of English.
ESL/ESD learners need an explicit, methodical and planned language program that can be integrated into their class work in all key learning areas. It is important for the teacher to establish a supportive classroom environment where the student’s first language and culture are valued. This will nurture the student’s selfesteem and encourage him or her to gain confidence in the early stages of learning a new language. Use of cooperative learning strategies and peer tutoring will help the student build social friendships which are an integral part of developing language skills. It is important for the teacher to be aware that using short, positive sentences is best for the learner. The teacher must provide time for the student to process statements
and and always check d instructions i for the student’s u understanding. und
The teacher’s gestures and facial expressions plus visual clues (photos, pictures, objects, etc) will help the student make meaning. Regular and positive feedback from the teacher will consolidate the student’s sense of achievement and encourage self confidence. More Easy Read and Write (Book 3) builds on the thematic vocabulary introduced in Easy Words (Book 1) and the stories in Easy Read and Write (Book 2). Each double page features a story and activities based on the story to provide easy reference for the student and to build the student’s confidence and skills. Other books in the series focus on reading, writing, punctuation and grammar, text types and the skills of editing and proofreading.
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Values Attitudes Valu and At Valu udes udes
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V2, 2, V3, V4 ,V5
Talking and Listening TES1.1, S1 1 TS1.1 TS1 1 Reading
WES1.9, ES1.9, WES1.11
Reading, Readin Writing, Speaking and Viewing. Reading
- Identifies some aspects of spoken language Id in a range of contexts listening to and context when w responding to texts. (Standard One. 1.5) (Sta - Identifies and talks ab about some features of written language and visual images when reading and viewing a range of texts. (Standard One. 1.7)
Reading and Viewing – Standard One, Stage 1&2 Writing and Representing – Standard One, Stage 1&2 Speaking and Listening –Standard One, Stage 1&2
ACT ELA8: The student listens and speaks with purpose and effect. (8.EC.1,2,4,7,8) ELA9: The student reads effectively. (9.EC.1,2,3,4,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,14) ELA10: The student writes effectively. (10.EC.1,2,3,4,5,6,8,11,12)
VICTORIA Reading (Level 1): Students match print and spoken text in their immediate environment. They recognise how sounds are represented alphabetically and identify some sound letter relationships. They use context and information about words, letters and the sounds associated with them to make meaning and use illustrations to extend meaning. Writing (Level 1): Students write to convey ideas or messages. They use conventional letters, groups of letters and simple punctuation such as full stops and capital letters. Students are aware of the sound system and relationships between letters and sounds in words when speaking. They form letters correctly.
(LBL1.1,3&4) (BL2.1,2,3&4) (LL1.1,2,3&4) (LL2.1,2,3&4)
(SBL1.1,2,3&4) (SBL2.3&4) (SL1.1,2,3&4) (SL2.1,2,3&4)
Speaking & Listening (Level 1): Students use spoken language appropriately in the classroom. They ask and answer simple questions for information and clarification, contribute relevant ideas during class and follow simple instructions.
(RBL1.1,2,3&4) (RBL2.1,2,3&4) (RBL3.3&4) (RL1.1&3) (RL1.1&3) (RL2.1,3&4) (RL3.1,3&4)
(WBL1.1,2,3&4) (WBL2.1,2,3&4) (WBL3.1,3&4) (WL1.1&4)
Reading: Students read texts with purpose and understanding
Writing: Students write for purpose, using conventions QUEENSLAND
Speaking: Students speak with purpose and effect
Language Learning and Communication.
Listening: Students listen with purpose and understanding
Oral Language: Use spoken language for a range of purposes. Explore patterns and conventions of spoken or signed language. Interact with peers and familiar adults using, with support, conventions associated with formal and informal group settings. Early Literacy (Reading and Viewing): Use emerging understandings to predict and make meanings from a variety of written, visual and multimodal texts.
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What a Race! 1
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What a Race! Activity 1
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What a Race! 2
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What a Race! 3
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Run Like the Wind 1
This is a ryReady-Ed Publications' Jack J k was very y excited excited. It was F Friday. id y I It was the school sports day. Jack was hoping to ports book preview. win the long race; the cross-country race.
Jack and his friends trained every day. They had to run all the way around the school four times. Four times around the school was a long way. Jack had trained every day after school â€Ś up the hill and down the hill. An Olympic runner who had won a silver medal was coming to the school. She was going to give the prize to the winner. Jack hoped he would be the winner. He was one of the fastest runners in his age group.
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Run Like the Wind Activity y 1
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Run Like the Wind 2
This is a ers Ready-Ed Publications' All the h runners were on the sta starting ti li line. eady ra preview. e. They were ready to race. book Jack remembered what his dad had said. “Don't run too fast at the start of the race. Start steady. Save some energy for the ﬁnish. Remember the hare and the tortoise. The hare ran fast but he was tired at the end.” Jack smiled. He was like the hare … not the tortoise. He was fast and he wanted to win. “Get ready! Set! Go!” the starter shouted. Jack raced up the hill with his friend, Albert and a few other boys. Jack and Albert were the fastest runners. Jack was thinking … who will be the winner?
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Use the words to complete the sentences. small long dirty soft young slow cold 1. A hare is fast but a tortoise is ____________.
5. A table is hard but a pillow is ______________.
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Jack was about two metres behind Albert. Jack was thinking of the hare and the tortoise. He was thinking of the ﬁnishing line. The race was nearly ﬁnished. Jack was thinking of running past Albert. He was thinking about winning. He was thinking about the Olympic runner giving him ﬁrst prize. Then suddenly Albert tripped. He fell down right in front of Jack.
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Run Like the Wind 5
This is a Ready-Ed Publications' Jack raced after fter the runners unners and ﬁnished ﬁnis ﬁnish the race. book preview. Soon the Olympic runner was giving ﬁrst prize to the winner of the race. Jack wasn't the winner. He wasn't second or third or fourth or ﬁfth. “Now I am going to give out a special prize,” the Olympic runner said. “This prize is for Jack. It's a special prize for a fast runner who is also a good friend.” Jack was very surprised and pleased. “Next year,” she said, “I think I will be giving Jack ﬁrst prize.” Jack smiled. “Jack is a very fast runner and maybe one day he'll be an Olympic runner.”
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Circle the words that you think describe Jackâ€›s feelings when he got the special prize. happy
Put these events in order of them happening in the story using the numbers 1-6. Everyone started to run.
Jack was running fast.
Jack got a prize.
Jack was behind Albert.
Jack helped Jack his friend.
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A Special p Visitor 1
This is a Ready-Ed Publications' Lilly got out of f bed b d very ve v y early. l book preview. It was Saturday. day She looked out the window. It was a sunny day. Lilly was happy. Great Grandma Hart was coming to stay for a week. Great Grandma was 84 years old. Lilly loved to listen to her stories. She told Lilly stories about when she was a young girl. Lilly told Great Grandma stories too. She told her about school, about her friends and about her secret wish to be a vet. Lilly heard the car door close. She ran outside and gave Great Grandma very ndma a ver y big g hug. g
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Read the story again and add the missing words. Great Grandma told Lilly stories about when she was a __________________. Lilly told Great Grandma stories about school, her __________ and about her secret wish to be a ___________. What would you like to be when you grow up? Iâ€›d like to be a _________________________ because _____________________________ ____________________________________
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A Special p Visitor 2
This is ad yReady-Ed Publications' The nextt day Th Lilly and Great Gr Grandma d were making ki biscuits. “Can nbook you tell me a story about when preview. you were young?” Lilly asked Great Grandma. Great Grandma turned off the electric mixer and smiled. “When I was young I didn‛t have an electric mixer. I only had a wooden spoon for mixing. I used to stir and stir the biscuit mix. Then I would put the biscuits in the oven of the old stove. I had to light the stove to heat the oven to bake the biscuits.” “Were the biscuits yummy?” Lilly asked. Great Grandma smiled. “As yummy as these ones will be.”
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Have you ever made biscuits? Put the instructions in the correct order using the numbers 1-6. Mix the ingredients together.
Put the tray in the hot oven.
Turn on the stove to heat the oven.
Spoon the biscuit mix on to the tray.
When the biscuits are cool, you can eat one.
Take the tray out when the biscuits are cooked.
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A Special p Visitor 3
This isdi ayouuReady-Ed Publications' “How did “H wash your clothes when h you were young?” Lilly book Great smiled. She asked. Gr eat Grandma smi preview. was thinking of a long time ago. ““I used to have a laundry outside. First of all Great Grandad would light the ﬁre. Then the ﬁre heated the water. Then I would put the clothes in and wash them by hand. I would wash and wash them until they were clean. Then I would put them on the washing line to dry.” Lilly smiled. “It‛s much easier now. Mum or dad puts the washing in the washing machine. Then they can go and watch TV. When the washing machine is ﬁnished, they hang them on the washing line. If it‛s raining they use the dryer.” Lilly was thinking about something. “Did you have a TV Great Grandma ndma when whe you y were e young?” young?”
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Great Grandma likes to read every day. Draw the cover of your favourite book.
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When Great Grandma was a girl she played with skipping ropes and ______________. The boys played _______________ and Great Grandma liked to play marbles too. She had fun swimming in the _______________. Lilly likes to play computer ___________. Great Grandma likes her computer too. She likes to get ___________ from Lilly. Who ho do you yo receive eceive emails from? m ___________ __________ ______
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A New Friend 1
This ish ad aReady-Ed Publications' Jack J k heard loud noise. noise He looked look d outt the th front f t door. A big white truck was parked across the road truc preview. acro acr book from his house. It was parked in front of number 8. On the side of the truck it said in big letters â€Ś REDGATE REMOVALS. The truck driver opened his door. He jumped down on to the road. He talked to another man in the truck. He looked down the road to the left. He looked down the road to the right. He looked at house number 8. He walked up the path and knocked on the door. No one was at home. He checked his watch. He wasnâ€›t happy.
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Oscar stopped next to the removals truck. He looked at the family. He was very happy to see the new family. He started to shake himself. Little bits of mud went everywhere. There was mud on the woman‛s white jeans and on the boy‛s blue t-shirt.There was mud on the girl‛s purple skirt and the man‛s white shirt. “Where did that dog come from?” the man asked very loudly.
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Add the missing words to complete the story. Oscar ran into the mud. He started to shake himself. There was mud on the woman‛s white _____________ and the boy‛s blue __________ and the girl‛s purple _______________ and the man‛s white _______________. Draw and colour a green t-shirt
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A New Friend 3
This is a happy. Ready Ed No one ne was Jack and Lill Lilly Publications' both ran outside outside. “Oscar, Oscar, ar, come here h re now!” Jack shouted. ssh book preview. Oscar turned Jack. d and d ran across cross to Jack “I‛m very sorry,” Lilly said. “Oscar is a very friendly dog. He wants to say hello and be friends. He doesn‛t usually go outside the front gate.” Oscar sat down very quietly next to Jack. He was wagging his muddy tail. “Hi, I‛m Jack and this is my sister, Lilly. We live at number 7.” Lilly smiled. “My name is Lillian but everyone calls me Lilly,” she said with a smile. “This is Oscar. I think you know him.” Oscar just wagged his muddy tail again.
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Who said this? Read the story to check. 1. “Oscar, come here now!” 2. “Oscar is very friendly.” 3. “Hi, I‛m Jack.” 4. “My name is Lillian.” Draw a line to the words that tell you about Oscar. hungry
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Hot Dog is a small dog.
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This is a Ready-Ed Publications' They all looked ed at the lit little octopus withbook eight legs. leg .pre “A blue-ringed octopus is very dangerous. If you touch it, the octopus will show bright blue spots on its body. It does this to protect itself. If you touch the blue spots you will get very, very sick.” They all looked at the little octopus. “Remember, never touch one!” Mr Jones said again. The children walked away from the rock pool to eat lunch on the grass. They talked happily about the rock pool animals. Andrew was happy about seeing the shy little blue ringed octopus.
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What a Race! Activity 1 (page 7) heat meat at se sseat whe wh wheat good/b fast/ ow, b / good/bad,, fast fast/slow, big/ ll ttall/short, / h i t small, quiet/ noisy, long/short, ﬁrst/last Activity 2 (page 9) fan man pan ran van long big faster short little 1) Friday 2) the hare and the tortoise 3) all the animals 4) the fox Activity 3 (page 11) bee tree fee knee fast/slow long/short behind/in front tired/energetic awake/ asleep happy/sad start/ﬁnish
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Activity 1 (page 23) bay hay lay may pay say way young girl, friends, vet Activity 2 (page 25) baking taking waking 1.
Activity 1 (page 13) face shoelace place trace Jack was excited because it was the sports day. Jack trained every day after school. The cross-country race is a long race. An Olympic runner is giving the ﬁrst prize. Jack is a fast runner. Activity 2 (page 15) dine ﬁne mine nine pine 1) slow 2) long 3) small 4) cold 5) soft 6) dirty 7) young Activity 3 (page 17) long,longer,longest; small, smaller, smallest; slow, slower, slowest; tall, taller, tallest; short, shorter, shortest
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Activity 3 (page 27) band hand land sand stand 1)hand 2)washing 3)washing 4)washing 5)dryer t-shirt jeans shorts or shirts skirt Activity 4 (page 29) pink sink wink think stink 1)books 2)radio Activity 5 (page 31) light might right sight 1)dolls 2)marbles 3) creek 4)games 5)emails
A New Friend Activity 1 (page 33) bump dump lump pump stump 1)opened ) p 2)talked ) 3)looked ) 4)) walked 5)knocked 6)checked Activity ctivity 2 (page 35) bake cake lake make wake
Activity 3 (page 37) l t late l t mate t crate t rate t slate 1)Jack 2)Lilly 3)Jack 4) Lilly Osca is muddy, black and white, Oscar friendl little and happy friendly friendly, A i i 4 (page 39) Activity Jack pack rack sack track hot/cold friendly/unfriendly big/little laugh/cry back/front long/short open/ close inside/outside Activity 5 (page 41) ring sing bring swing 1)kitchen 2)lounge room 3)bedroom 4)back yard bed chair computer fridge lounge stove table tv
Big Day Out Activity 1 (page 43) dock lock sock knock happy, mum, beach, pools Activity 2 (page 45) by cry dry ﬂy my why backpack, sunscreen, lunchtime, outside, inside, playground, sunshine, raincoat 1)lunch 2)bottle of water 3) hat 4)jacket 5)sunscreen 6) folder 7)paper 8)pens Activity 3 (page 47) beach peach reach teach 1)sand/true 2)camels/false 3)waves/true 4)swimmers/true 5)tigers/false 6)ﬁsh/true 7)children/true 8)koalas/false Finn asked, ‘Are we there yet?‛ The children got off the bus. Little animals live in the rock pools. Stay together and be careful. Lilly wanted to see a starﬁsh. Activity 4 (page 49) bell fell sell tell well Activity 5 (page 51) bring sing sting wing 1)eight 2)dangerous 3)blue 4)touch 5)sick
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Published on Feb 27, 2014
This is the third book in the series and aims to improve educational outcomes for indigenous and ESL students. It introduces students to fiv...