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LEVEL 6

Robin Hood
LEVEL 6

Headwords: 350

Headwords: 430

Headwords: 430

During their adventures around
the Mississippi River, Tom and
his friend Huckleberry find out a
lot about the real world of adults
- emotions and superstitions,
murder and revenge, starvation
and slavery.

Read about Gulliver’s amazing
journey to Lilliput and find
out everything about thisstrange country and his
adventures there.

This classic story still fascinates
readers worldwide. Read
about Robin Hood’s exciting
adventures in Sherwood Forest.

Headwords: 350

Read this Greek myth and find
out how a brave Athenian hero
saved seven young men and
seven young women from being
sacrificed to the Minotaur.

PRIMARY READERS

A2.1 (CEF)
Flyers (YLE)/KET

12STUDENT’S BOOK
STUDENT’S BOOK
(WITH AUdIO Cd/Cd-ROM)
STUDENT’S BOOK
(AMERICAn EdITIOn)
STUDENT’S BOOK
(AMERICAn EdITIOn
WITH AUdIO Cd/Cd-ROM)
TEACHER’S BOOK

A2.2 (CEF)
Flyers (YLE)/KET

A2.2 (CEF)
Flyers (YLE)/KET

A2.1 (CEF)
Flyers (YLE)/KET

978-960-443-015-4
978-960-443-014-7
978-960-379-682-4
978-960-379-681-7
978-960-379-683-1

STUDENT’S BOOK
STUDENT’S BOOK
(WITHAUdIO Cd/Cd-ROM)
STUDENT’S BOOK
(AMERICAn EdITIOn)
STUDENT’S BOOK
(AMERICAn EdITIOn
WITH AUdIO Cd/Cd-ROM)
TEACHER’S BOOK

978-960-379-834-7
978-960-379-833-0
978-960-379-686-2
978-960-379-685-5
978-960-379-687-9

STUDENT’S BOOK
STUDENT’S BOOK
(WITH AUdIO Cd/Cd-ROM)
STUDENT’S BOOK
(AMERICAn EdITIOn)
STUDENT’S BOOK
(AMERICAn EdITIOn
WITH AUdIO Cd/Cd-ROM)
TEACHER’S BOOK978-960-379-830-9
978-960-379-829-3
978-960-379-690-9
978-960-379-689-3
978-960-379-691-6

STUDENT’S BOOK
STUDENT’S BOOK
(WITH AUdIO Cd/Cd-ROM)
STUDENT’S BOOK
(AMERICAn EdITIOn)
STUDENT’S BOOK
(AMERICAn EdITIOn
WITH AUdIO Cd/Cd-ROM)
TEACHER’S BOOK

978-960-379-815-6
978-960-379-814-9
978-960-379-694-7
978-960-379-693-0
978-960-379-695-4

Student’s Book

Teacher’s Book

StoryPages

The Teacher's Book accompanies the Primary Readers and provides
teachers with plenty of useful material and ideas to ensure that
students are motivated and that Readers are used in an effective way.

Simple text with lively dialogues.

the entire story, complete
with illustrations, exactly as it
appears in the Student’s Book

glossy, detailed illustrations

No, I’m not going.
Ican help you!
Quick...the magician!

Audio CD/
CD-ROM

all the Activity Pages as they
appear in the Student’s Book
with overprinted answers

Go, little fairy, go back
to fairyland! Hurry!
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charming characters
suggested lesson plans which offer pre-reading, while-reading
and post-reading activities including projectsand games

Activity Pages
A variety of simple activities and
a picture glossary every four pages.

dramatised story, song and
uninterrupted background
music included

picture glossary
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Activity Page Page
Activity
1

bread

3

1. Robin saw two young men
2. He raised his bow and arrow3. The two young men's names were
4. Midge and Will were
5. The nobles force the two young men
6. So, Will and Midge

chicken milkshake

2

2

Activity Page Page
Activity

Read and match 1-6 with a-f.

Look and say.

a. and took aim.
b. Midge and Will Scarlet.
c. to pay them lots of money.
d. have to hide in the forest.
e. staring at him.
f. outlaws.

thirsty

won't2. Will and Midge were outlaws.

eating and Midge were hiding in the forest.
happy
sleepy
3. Will

thirsty

4. The "Merry Men" were foresters.
5. The Sheriff hated Robin Hood.
6. Robin and his Merry Men gave food and money to the nobles.

worry
water

forest

4

Look at the pictures and complete the paragraph.

While Robin was in the

(1)

, he saw two young men,...
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