Paper copies, and some e-Books
Original stories at seven levels from starter to advanced, written specially for learners of English. With gripping plots and a range of genres to satisfy every taste, Cambridge English Readers offer high-quality original fiction that students will love! The highest quality of writing and storytelling is combined with the greatest sensitivity to the learner’s language level, to ensure an enjoyable and successful learning experience, with learners eager to finish one book and start the next.
- Seven levels from Starter to Advanced provide reading material for every student’s ability.
- A wide selection of titles, from thriller to romance, with international settings appeal to a broad range of interests.
- Contemporary themes, gripping plots and believable characters inspire learners and stimulate classroom discussion.
- Audio CD recordings for every title improve listening and speaking skills.
- eBook and audiobook formats make every Reader instantly accessible wherever you are.
- Free online resources for students and teachers at www.cambridge.org/elt/readers include vocabulary placement test, lesson plans and worksheets for every title and provide all the support you need for successful learning through reading.
Discover the pleasure of reading with this new series of readers for teenagers!
- A wide range of teen-focused topics capture students’ interest and allow them to explore new ideas and identities.
- Original illustrations and integrated comprehension activities guide students through the story and help them check their understanding.
- The interactive CD-ROM for every title with extra activities allows students to practise new words.
- Complete audio recordings for every title improve students’ listening and speaking skills.
Have you and your students discovered Cambridge Discovery Readers yet? Written and selected with teenage learners in mind, this new series of graded readers has a story for every taste, with lively mix of original fiction, adapted fiction and factbooks. Teen-focused topics and stunning illustrations are guaranteed to get your students hooked on reading while comprehension activities throughout the book aid students’ understanding and encourage independent learning. Each title is available with a CD-ROM/Audio CD that offers complete audio recordings from the book along with fun vocabulary games, allowing students to improve their listening skills and consolidate new vocabulary. FREE online teaching resources for every title, plus extra support for students, help to successfully introduce reading into your class. So welcome to Cambridge Discovery Readers. We hope you’ll enjoy reading these books as much as we did. We know your students will!
Key Features of this Title
- Seven levels, from Starter to Advanced, provide easy and enjoyable reading for students at all levels.
- Original illustrations and photographs guide students through the story and increase their reading confidence.
- Integrated comprehension activities and a glossary help students check their understanding and encourage independent learning.
- A CD-ROM with vocabulary games and complete audio recordings allows students to practise new language and improve listening and speaking skills.
- British and American versions for every title expose learners to different varieties of English.
- Free online resources include competitions, teaching tips and articles, worksheets and lesson plans, sample chapters and audio clips and much more.
- Audiobooks for every title make the whole series instantly accessible.
Beginner to Elementary
This series of delightful storybooks is a flexible resource designed to help teachers engage and motivate young learners in the classroom. They are an ideal way to support children in the early stages of learning English. Teacher’s Books and Audio Cassettes/CDs make the Storybooks simple to use: the Teacher’s Books cover the entire level and include step-by-step teaching notes with ideas for classes of different ability, photocopiable worksheets, and ‘If you have time’ sections suggesting original ideas for games and activities. The Audio Cassettes/CDs feature all the titles in each level read aloud, exposing children to different voices while they have fun listening to the dramatisations. At levels 3 and 4 selected titles are designed to be read as a play. Watch your pupils’ confidence in English grow as they act out the stories together!
Key Features of this Title
- Original stories with beautiful illustrations appeal to children and introduce them to the enjoyment of books.
- Teacher’s Books clearly explain how to make the most out of storybooks in class, provide photocopiable activities and help teachers plan lessons.
- Language is carefully chosen for each level so that children learn simple but natural structures and vocabulary.
- Repetition of simple words builds children’s confidence in listening and speaking.
Peter Rees, Rachel Griffiths, Michael McMahon, Nicolas Brasch, Rob Moore and Brenda Kent
Edited by Jean Glasberg
A series of twenty non-fiction science readers which engages children in the world around them. The books encourage children’s natural curiosity by offering answers to the questions they ask about the world. Titles are based on the following science strands: Life science, Physical science, Earth and space science. The Factbooks can be used for independent reading and pair and whole class discussion. The series extends children’s knowledge and curiosity about science whilst simultaneously helping to develop reading skills and language acquisition.
Key Features of this Title
- Titles based on the questions children ask taps into children’s natural curiosity in the area of science.
- Carefully graded language in the fact books so that children learn simple structures in English as well as new facts.
- Fun quiz section at the back of the books reinforces key vocabulary.
- Glossary of key words at the back of the book aids children’s understanding of new vocabulary.
- Modern brightly coloured fun design engages children immediately and makes them want to read on.
- Teacher’s notes
Data from the CUP website Oct 2012