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Great Expectations + CD Audio Seria : Liberty Readers STEP UP A2-C1 LEVEL 2: B1.1 CEFR Treść : Dickens’ famous story begins in a cold churchyard where young Pip meets an escaped convict. The orphan’s life changes forever when he receives a...

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Great Expectations + CD Audio

Seria: Liberty Readers STEP UP A2-C1

LEVEL 2: B1.1 CEFR

Treść:

Dickens’ famous story begins in a cold churchyard where young Pip meets an escaped convict. The orphan’s life changes forever when he receives a large amount of money and moves to London to become a gentleman.

O serii:

Liberty Readers to innowacyjna i angażująca czytelnika seria lektur uproszczonych, które stanowią wciągającą i ciekawą metodę rozwijania znajomości języka obcego, umiejętności czytania ze zrozumieniem i wzbogacenia słownictwa.

Kolekcja STEP UP obejmuje klasykę literatury do młodzieży i dorosłych. Na wszystkich poziomach trudności lektury z tej serii zostały zaprojektowane tak, aby oddać styl i charakter oryginalnych tekstów, także dzięki ilustracjom, które współtworzą atmosferę utworu. Sekcje ćwiczeniowe zawierają szeroki wachlarz różnorodnych zadań służących sprawdzeniu stopnia zrozumienia tekstu, powtórzeniu i utrwaleniu poznanych struktur gramatycznych, rozwijaniu słownictwa a także zachęcają czytelników do własnych poszukiwań. Dodatkowo, ćwiczenia zachowują charakter zbliżony do tych, które można napotkać na egzaminach certyfikowanych Cambridge (KEY/PRELIMINARY/FIRST), przez co uczą także umiejętności radzenia sobie z tego typu testami.

Główne cechy serii:

- Towarzyszący każdej książce materiał audio z nagraniem tekstu na płycie CD.
- Wprowadzenie biograficzne o autorze.
- Prezentacja głównych bohaterów opowieści na początku książki.
- Przypisy dolne objaśniające znaczenie trudnych słów.
- Szeroki wybór zróżnicowanych ćwiczeń, w tym sekcja Grammar Check.
- Sekcje z elementami zintegrowanego nauczania przedmiotowo-językowego ukazujące kluczowe zagadnienia prezentowane w tekście oraz ich związek z codziennym życiem i współczesnym światem.
- Test końcowy w formule Cambridge ESOL (KEY/PRELIMINARY/FIRST).
- Sekcje Out of the Box objaśniające kontekst kulturowy wybranych pojęć i słów.
- Sekcja Crossroads rozwijająca kreatywne pisanie.

Zawartość leksykalna i gramatyczna każdej książki jest ściśle skorelowana z poniższym syllabusem, opracowanym na podstawie kryteriów Europejskiego Systemu Opisu Kształcenia Językowego:

Level 1: CEFR A2, CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH: KEY

TENSES: Present (simple and continuous) – Past (simple and continuous) – Present Perfect Simple – Future (will and going to) – Passive (present and past) – Modals (can, could, should, may, have to, must, need).
NOUNS: countable and uncountable.
ADJECTIVES: comparative and superlative. ADVERBS: frequency – manner – time. PREPOSITIONS: place – time – direction.
RELATIVE PRONOUNS: who – which – what.
CONNECTIVES: and – but – or – so – because – if.

Level 2: CEFR B1.1, CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH: PRELIMINARY

TENSES: Expansion of A2 – Future (Present Continuous and Present Simple) – Future (will and going to for predictions) – Future (will and shall for offers and promises) – Modals (would, for deduction with can’t, have to, must) – Conditionals (type zero and 1) – Stative verbs – Imperatives – Short responses and tag questions.
PRONOUNS: reflexive, quantitative, impersonal.
RELATIVE PRONOUNS: whom – whose – WH-questions in the past.
ADVERBS: place – direction – sequence.
INTENSIFIERS: so – such – as – too – enough.
CONNECTIVES: while, when, until etc.
OTHER: ordinal and cardinal numbers.

Level 3: CEFR B1.2, CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH: PRELIMINARY

TENSES: Expansion of B1.1 – Present Perfect (already, yet, ever, for, since) – Past Simple vs Present Perfect – Past Continuous vs Past Simple – Past Perfect – Conditionals (type 2) – Modals (will, might, ought to, needn’t, used to) Simple reported speech – Infi nitive vs gerund.
ADJECTIVES: quantative – compound – order. PREPOSITIONS: after nouns and adjectives – followed by gerund.
INTENSIFIERS: too, rather etc.
CONNECTIVES: although, whereas, unless, either… or.
OTHER: so/nor, like, as – Phrasal verbs.

Level 4: CEFR B2.1, CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH: FIRST

TENSES: Expansion of B1.2 – Present Perfect Continuous – Past Perfect – Passive forms – Conditional (Type 3) – Causative with have/get.
RELATIVE CLAUSES: defi ning and non-defi ning.
CONNECTIVES: although, whereas.
OTHER: due to, owing to.

Level 5: CEFR B2.2, CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH: FIRST

TENSES: Expansion of B2.1 – Future (perfect, continuous, perfect continuous) – Mixed conditionals – Past Perfect Continuous – Modals of deduction and speculation – Reported Speech – Phrasal verbs extended – wish and regret.
CONNECTIVES: despite, in spite of etc.

Level 6: CEFR C1, CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH: ADVANCED

TENSES: All – would for past habits – Phrasal verbs extended – Subjunctives and unreal past. ADVERBS: Inversion after negative adverbials.
OTHER: intensifying and emphasising.

Autor: Charles Dickens
Adaptacja: Jasmine Spavieri
112 stron w kolorze
21x14 cm, miękka okładka
EAN 9788899279295

Great Expectations + CD Audio

Series: Liberty Readers STEP UP A2-C1

Level 2: B1.1 CERF

The story:

Dickens’ famous story begins in a cold churchyard where young Pip meets an escaped convict. The orphan’s life changes forever when he receives a large amount of money and moves to London to become a gentleman.

About the series:

Liberty Readers is an innovative and engaging series of graded language readers for teenagers and adults covering Literary classics, which provide an enjoyable way to encourage extensive reading and language enrichment.

At all levels, LIBERTY Readers are designed to remain as faithful as possible to the spirit and style of the original with the help of beautiful illustrations, which capture and convey the atmosphere of each work. The Activities section offers a wide range of interesting and innovative exercises that serve to check comprehension, revise grammar structures, extend the student’s vocabulary and encourage individual research, as well as to practise the four skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) in exam-style exercises for the Cambridge Exams (KEY/PRELIMINARY/FIRST).

Main features:

- Audio recordings.
- Introduction with bio of the author.
- Presentation of the main characters at the beginning of the book.
- Footnotes explaining “diffcult” words.
- A wide range of activities in each chapter
- Cambridge Exams-style activities and exit test.
- Grammar Check section.
- Crossroads and Out of the Box sections for creative writing and cultural or historical information.

The adapted text is simplified according to the level and it covers the following CERF based content:

Level 1: CEFR A2, CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH: KEY

TENSES: Present (simple and continuous) – Past (simple and continuous) – Present Perfect Simple – Future (will and going to) – Passive (present and past) – Modals (can, could, should, may, have to, must, need).
NOUNS: countable and uncountable.
ADJECTIVES: comparative and superlative. ADVERBS: frequency – manner – time. PREPOSITIONS: place – time – direction.
RELATIVE PRONOUNS: who – which – what.
CONNECTIVES: and – but – or – so – because – if.

Level 2: CEFR B1.1, CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH: PRELIMINARY

TENSES: Expansion of A2 – Future (Present Continuous and Present Simple) – Future (will and going to for predictions) – Future (will and shall for offers and promises) – Modals (would, for deduction with can’t, have to, must) – Conditionals (type zero and 1) – Stative verbs – Imperatives – Short responses and tag questions.
PRONOUNS: reflexive, quantitative, impersonal.
RELATIVE PRONOUNS: whom – whose – WH-questions in the past.
ADVERBS: place – direction – sequence.
INTENSIFIERS: so – such – as – too – enough.
CONNECTIVES: while, when, until etc.
OTHER: ordinal and cardinal numbers.

Level 3: CEFR B1.2, CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH: PRELIMINARY

TENSES: Expansion of B1.1 – Present Perfect (already, yet, ever, for, since) – Past Simple vs Present Perfect – Past Continuous vs Past Simple – Past Perfect – Conditionals (type 2) – Modals (will, might, ought to, needn’t, used to) Simple reported speech – Infi nitive vs gerund.
ADJECTIVES: quantative – compound – order. PREPOSITIONS: after nouns and adjectives – followed by gerund.
INTENSIFIERS: too, rather etc.
CONNECTIVES: although, whereas, unless, either… or.
OTHER: so/nor, like, as – Phrasal verbs.

Level 4: CEFR B2.1, CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH: FIRST

TENSES: Expansion of B1.2 – Present Perfect Continuous – Past Perfect – Passive forms – Conditional (Type 3) – Causative with have/get.
RELATIVE CLAUSES: defi ning and non-defi ning.
CONNECTIVES: although, whereas.
OTHER: due to, owing to.

Level 5: CEFR B2.2, CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH: FIRST

TENSES: Expansion of B2.1 – Future (perfect, continuous, perfect continuous) – Mixed conditionals – Past Perfect Continuous – Modals of deduction and speculation – Reported Speech – Phrasal verbs extended – wish and regret.
CONNECTIVES: despite, in spite of etc.

Level 6: CEFR C1, CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH: ADVANCED

TENSES: All – would for past habits – Phrasal verbs extended – Subjunctives and unreal past. ADVERBS: Inversion after negative adverbials.
OTHER: intensifying and emphasising.

By Charles Dickens
Adaptation: Jasmine Spavieri
112 pages in colour
21x14 cm, soft cover
EAN 9788899279295