Oxford Read And Imagine - Level 3: The Game Pack
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Thông tin sản phẩm (Mã SP: PRI951056 - Mã SKU: 9780194723206 )
|Ngôn ngữ||Tiếng Anh|
|Năm xuất bản||2015|
|Kích thước||21,1 x 15,9 x 0,3 (cm)|
|Loại bìa||Bìa mềm|
|Nhà xuất bản||Oxford University Press|
Oxford Read And Imagine graded readers are at eight levels (Starter, Beginner, and Levels 1 to 6) for students from age 4 and older. They offer great stories to read and enjoy. Activities provide Cambridge Young Learner Exams preparation. At Levels 1 to 6, every storybook reader links to an Oxford Read and Discover non-fiction reader. The first six Oxford Read and Imagine readers are publishing in January 2014, with more soon - teacher support materials and more information to follow. Audio in a choice of American and British English is available for every reader. At Levels Starter and Beginner, this audio is free to download from below for Oxford Teachers' Club members, or from the Student's Site at www.oup.com/elt/readandimagine. At Levels 1 to 6, audio is available in CD packs for every reader.
Oxford Read And Imagine - Level 3: The Game Pack invites young readers into an exciting world of great stories. Follow Rosie, Ben, Grandpa and his robot Clunk on their adventures in Grandpa’s fantastic van. This series provides a motivating way to increase contact time with English, both in and out of class.
Watch your students grow up with Rosie and Ben as they enjoy reading at the right level. The language is carefully graded so the Readers are easy to use alongside any coursebook or for reading alone.
A powerful partnership with the non-fiction series Oxford Read and Discover means students can explore the same topic through fact and fiction. Read an adventure set in Africa’s Serengeti, Can You see Lions? and then find out more about how animals use camouflage in Oxford Read and Discover Camouflage.
Learners can complete activities whilst reading or after reading – some with supporting activities for the Cambridge Young Learner Test. Picture dictionaries and glossaries help with unknown words along the way.