Earlyreads Level 1 Star and the Colours, The

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Earlyreads Level 1 Star and the Colours, The
PodnázevEarlyreads, úroveň: 1
VydavatelBLACK CAT
Běžná cena s DPH140 Kč
Sleva7 Kč 5 %
Cena s DPH s DPH133 Kč
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Anotace: bohatě ilustrovaná zjednodušená anglická četba pro děti, vhodná i k dramatizaci ( úroveň 1) - zvědavá hvězda chce vědět, jak to vypadá ve dne, a tak jednou nejde spát s ostatními hvězdami a schová se za mraky, jaké ji čeká překvapení Popis: A very curious star wants to know what the sun is like. When the moon calls the stars to go to bed, she hides under a cloud and waits. Little by little the sun comes out and a world of colourful things appears. The star loves what she sees and every time she discovers a new colour she sings a magic song because she wants to become coloured. Nothing seems to change, but in the end the star gets a great surprise. The EARLYREAD series contains both original stories and traditional favourites, as well as some cultural readers, graded over five levels. Features of all readers are: • beautiful illustrations, which not only encourage reading but actively help children to understand the story • picture dictionaries, for active vocabulary work • fun activities and games, often for more than one participant, which practise vocabulary and structures in the story. • a recording of the whole text, either on an accompanying CD or downloadable at no charge from the Black Cat website. All the readers can be easily dramatised. The most recent titles are accompanied by playscripts which can also be downloaded free from the Black Cat website. Earlyread Grading Earlyreads are graded according to the suitability of their subject matter to age group, as well as by structural and lexical criteria (a level 1 reader has no more than 100 headwords, while at level 2 the maximum is 150 headwords). Level 5 represents a good elementary ability (full competence at level A1 of the Common European Framework). For a complete discussion of the grading criteria used, see The Black Cat Guide to Graded Readers.