|Title:||Story Shop:Grounded (Penguin Young Readers (Graded Readers))|
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|Category:||Foreign Language Study and Reference|
|Publisher:||Longman (August 31, 2000)|
4. Using Penguin Young Readers as a starting point for topic work Using Penguin Young Readers as a resource for topic work Combining plans. 4 5 6. Activities Based on Penguin Young Readers. 6. Selecting activities Using video and audio recordings. Ask pupils to read the Penguin Young Reader Story Shop: Winners and Losers and identify all the sports you can do in the countryside. Write them on the board. Ask pupils to think of any more sports you can do in the country. Divide the sports into those you use with GO and those you use with PLAY.
This adventure story is a sequel to Photo Finish. Best friends Lisa and Alice have started their eagerly anticipated holiday. They are staying in a pretty hotel and are looking forward to enjoying the delights of the holiday island. Are the rumours true that a celebrity couple are staying on the island too? In The Frame - level 0. The young friends, Lisa and Alice, were first introduced in "Photo Finish". In this the third story they are travelling home. During the journey they befriend a young mother and her children. But they soon find themselves in the middle of yet another adventure.
Penguin Young Readers Chants Storyshop: Grounded American English Level 4 Chant 1 What are the guards doing? They’re stealing some umbropa Leo and Mel try to run But the guards can ‘think-fly’ We can’t get out of here Maybe we can, maybe we can We can learn to ‘think-fly’ Think dee. .
Penguin Young Readers. Love! ww. enguinreaders. The Penguin Young Reader’s Practical Teacher’s Guide will help you make the best use of all the books in the Penguin Young Readers series. It is full of ideas for classroom activities and full of practical materials too. Take a look at Part One to find out how the Penguin Young Readers series is organized.
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