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As a teacher of English, we’re sure you willagree that teaching a foreign language can bestimulating, rewarding, and, even on occasion, a lot offun! By the same token, teaching English also requiresdedication, hard work and comes with its own uniqueset of challenges – a busy curriculum, large class sizesand, most commonly, uninspiring teaching materials.Here at Scholastic, we understand teachers andstudents. We are here to connect with your classes andto save you time. In our range of graded readers andteachers’ resource books you will fi nd a wealth of lively,meaningful content that has the potential to turn anotherwise dull lesson into an exciting one. Your studentsmight fi nd themselves reading a biography of SteveJobs, practising a Kung Fu Panda Holiday chant oracting out a scene from Shrek!Learning English requires commitment. It takes timeand perseverance. It can be challenging and, at times,frustrating. But, most importantly, it should also be fun.At Scholastic, we’ve never lost sight of that.Wishing you and your students all the best for the future!Jacquie BloesePublisherwww.scholasticeltreaders.com


Popcorn Readers pages 4–15Introduction to Popcorn Readers 4–5Popcorn Readers Index 4Inside Every Popcorn Reader 5Popcorn Reader Sample Pages 6–7Level 1 Readers 8–10Level 2 Readers 10–13Level 3 Readers 14–15ContentsScholastic ELT Readers pages 16–35Introduction to Scholastic ELT Readers 16–17Scholastic ELT Readers Index 16–17Scholastic ELT Readers Sample Pages 18–20Starter Level 21–22Level 1 Readers 22–25Level 2 Readers 26–30Level 3 Readers 31–34Level 4 Readers 35Scholastic DVD Readers pages 36-39Introduction to Scholastic DVD Readers 36New Titles for 2013! 37Take Away My Takeaway 38Brilliant Britain 39Timesavers – Photocopiable Resource Books pages 40–53Introduction to Timesavers 40–41Timesavers Index 40–41Junior English Timesavers 42–43Culture in the English Speaking World 44–45Language Practice 46–47Combined Skills 48–49Reading & Writing 50–51Speaking & Listening 51–52Cross-Curricular Activities 52Games, Quizzes and Raps 53Timesaver Interactive pages 54-55Introduction to Timesaver Interactive 54Timesaver Interactive 553


4POPCORN ELTREADERSIndexpageInside Every Popcorn Reader 5Teacher’s Notes Sample Page 6Level 1 Sample Page 6Level 2 Sample Page 7Level 3 Sample Page 7LEVEL 1Hachiko: A Loyal Dog 8Ice Age 8NEW Kung Fu Panda Holiday 8Madagascar 8Mr Bean: Royal Bean 8NEW Over the Hedge 9Rio: Blu and Jewel 9Shrek 9The Adventures of Tintin: Tintin’sDaring Escape 9NEW The Jungle Book: Cobra’s Egg 10NEW The Jungle Book: Man Trap 10NEW The Penguins of Madagascar:The Lost Treasure of the Golden Squirrel 10LEVEL 2Ice Age: The Meltdown 10Kung Fu Panda 11Madagascar 2: Escape to Africa 11Mr Bean: Toothache 11NEW Puss in Boots: the Outlaw 11Rango 12Rio: Learning to Fly 12Shrek 2 12The Adventures of Tintin: Danger at Sea 12NEW Time Jump: Back to the Stone Age 13LEVEL 3Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs 13NEW Kieran’s Karate Adventure 13Kung Fu Panda 2: The Kaboom of Doom 13NEW Madagascar 3: Europe’sMost Wanted 14Mr Bean: The Palace of Bean 14Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang 14NEW Puss in Boots 2: The Gold ofSan Ricardo 14Rio: Looking for Blu 15Shrek the Third 15Shrek Forever After 15The Adventures of Tintin: The LostTreasure 15Welcome to theexciting world ofPopcorn ELT Readers!Popcorn ELT Readers are a series of low-level, gradedreaders from Scholastic. Based on popular fi lms, TV series,and classic children’s literature, Popcorn ELT Readers aretargeted at students in the early stages of learning English.They are published at three levels following a carefullygraded syllabus.Level 1 For students beginning 200 headwords Story wordcount:(Early Beginner) to read in English500 wordsLevel 2 For students gaining 250 headwords Story wordcount:(Mid-Beginner) confi dence in reading800 wordsin EnglishLevel 3 For students reading 300 headwords Story wordcount:(High Beginner) confi dently in English1,100 wordsWhat are headwords?Headwords are the selection of words that students are expected to knowat different stages of their language learning studies, without recourse to adictionary.Why choose Popcorn ELTReaders?Fun and motivating stories!The Popcorn Readers make reading fun by bringing instantly recognisablefi lms and TV series into the classroom. Students will be motivated to readand most importantly to keep on reading!Appropriate level of challengeThe Popcorn ELT Readers are published at three language levels, all aimedat low-level students learning to read in English. The syllabus and headwordlists have been carefully designed by a specialist language learningconsultant and present a gradual progression from level to level. A ‘NewWords’ page before each story introduces items of vocabulary that occur inthe text, in addition to those in the headword list.Download FREE teachers’ resource sheets for every title at


Links to the real worldThe ‘Real World’ spread after each storyprovides students with cross-curricular or crossculturalinformation, linked to the content ofthe reader. Not only does this expand students’knowledge of a subject, but it places the story ina context.A full range of fun activitiesStudents learn languages in different ways andthe fi ve-page activity section in each PopcornReader refl ects this, by catering for the student’smultiple intelligences and learning styles. Allstudents have the opportunity to really engagewith the story they have read, through a varietyof fun activities.Teacher’s notes, audio and extraresourcesEach Popcorn Reader comes with free onlineteacher’s notes, providing suggestions on howto get the most from the reader, along with fullanswer key. Each reader is also available withan audio recording of the story, rounded offby a chant. Check our website for interactiveactivities linked to each title too!Inside every PopcornReaderMeet…Meet the keycharactersbefore readingthe story.Real WorldCross-curricularor cross-culturalinformation,linked to thetopic orthemes of thereader.Puzzle timeActivities fordifferent learnertypes.Popcorn ELT ReadersAnd… don’t forget the popcorn!Each Popcorn Reader has apopcorn image hiddensomewhere in the reader.Can your students fi nd it?Imagineand ChantMotivatingdrama andchantingactivities.www.popcorneltreaders.com5


Popcorn ELT ReadersHave you seen the FREEPopcorn ELT ReadersTeacher’s Notes yet?Packed full of ideas on how touse graded readers with youngerclasses, this rich online resourcereally adds value to your reader. TheTeacher’s Notes include step-by-steplesson plans, an ideas bank ofextra activities, chapter quizzesfor your students, answer keys, across-curricular project and tenfull-colour downloadable fl ashcards!Go to www.popcorneltreaders.comfor more information, or follow the linkon the inside cover of your PopcornELT Reader.Shrek – synopsisShrek is a scary ogre who lives on his own in a swamp. When the evilLord Farquaad sends some fairy tale characters to live in the swamp,Shrek isn’t happy.Princess Fiona lives in a castle guarded by a dragon. Lord Farquaadwants to marry her so that he can become King. He says that ifShrek rescues Princess Fiona he will send the fairy tale charactersaway from Shrek’s swamp. Shrek and his new friend, Donkey, rescueFiona together. On the way back to Lord Farquaad, Shrek and Fionarealise that they have a lot in common and start to fall in love.Donkey discovers that Fiona has a secret: at night she turns into anogre like Shrek.Lord Farquaad comes to meet Fiona and they prepare for theirwedding. Donkey tells Shrek that Fiona loves him and, with Dragon,they hurry to the wedding. As the sun sets, Fiona turns into an ogre.Lord Farquaad is horrified, but Shrek is very happy. Dragon eats LordFarquaad, and Shrek and Fiona get married. They begin a new lifetogether as ogres in the swamp.© Scholastic LtdPopcorn ELT ReadersTeacher’s NotesfoldFlashcardsWelcome to the Popcorn ELT Readers series, a graded readers series forlow-level learners of English. These free teacher’s notes will help you andyour classes get the most from your Shrek Popcorn ELT Reader.Level 1SHREK & © 2011 DreamWorks Animation LLC. All Rights Reserved.Popcorn ELT Readers level 1 is for students who are beginning to read in English,based on a 200 headword list. There are no past tenses at this level.Shrek has a total story wordcount of 546 words.For ideas on watching extracts from the film in class,see pages 3, 5, 6 and 11 of these notes.© Scholastic LtdShrek – the filmReleased: 2001Genre: animated comedySuitable for: all childrenActors: Mike Myers (voice ofShrek), Cameron Diaz (voice ofPrincess Fiona), Eddie Murphy(voice of Donkey)Awards: Oscar for bestanimated filmOther Shrek films: Shrek 2(2004), Shrek the Third (2007),Shrek Forever After (2010)The boy is frightened.frightenedWhy not try the otherShrek PopcornELT Readers?● Shrek 2 (level 2)● Shrek the Third (level 3)● Shrek Forever After(level 3)✂© Scholastic LtdHere are some fairytale characters.Popcorn ELT ReadersTeacher’s Notesfairy tale charactersfold✁© Scholastic Ltd13Level 1 Sample PageEarly BeginnerLevel 1200 headwords (story up to500 words)Sample language includes:present simple, presentcontinuous, can for ability,simple adverbs of frequency.The sample language does notinclude all elements of the fullsyllabus for this level. & © 2011 DreamWorks Animation LLC.All Rights Reserved.6Download FREE teachers’ resource sheets for every title at


Level 2 Sample PageMid-BeginnerLevel 2250 headwords (story up to800 words)Sample language includes:past simple & some commonirregular pasts, going to future,would like + infi nitive.The sample language does notinclude all elements of the fullsyllabus for this level.Popcorn ELT Readers & © 2011 DreamWorks Animation LLC.All Rights Reserved.Level 3 Sample PageHigh Beginner© 2010 Universal Studios Licensing LLLP.Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang© Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved.Level 3300 headwords (story up to1100 words)Sample language includes:past simple & some commonirregular pasts, going to future,must and have to, regularcomparatives and superlatives,simple infi nitive of purpose.The sample language does notinclude all elements of the fullsyllabus for this level.www.popcorneltreaders.com7


Popcorn ELT ReadersLevel 1 Early BeginnerFor students beginning to read EnglishHachiko: A Loyal DogEvery day, Hachiko, an Akita dog, goes to Shibuya train station in Tokyo andwaits for his owner, Dr Ueno, to return home from work. One day, Dr Uenodoesn’t come back. For the next ten years until the day that he dies, Hachikokeeps a vigil at the station for his deceased owner.A true story that will appeal to children everywhere!Book OnlyISBN: 9781906861964Book & CDISBN: 9781906861971visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/hachiko to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Ice AgeIce Age is set at the dawn of the Ice Age. Manny, a woolly mammoth, Sid, anamusing sloth, and Diego, a hungry sabre-toothed tiger, team up to save a humanbaby. As they journey across the ice to return the child to its father, Manny, Sid andDiego face many adventures together and become unlikely but fi rm friends.Ice Age & © 2010 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation.All Rights Reserved.visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/iceage1 to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781906861391Book & CDISBN: 9781906861407Kung Fu Panda HolidayIt’s Winter Festival in China and Po is hosting an important dinner at the JadePalace. But is the Dragon Warrior’s cooking as good as his kung fu? Join Po andhis friends for some kung fu in the kitchen and lots of seasonal fun!© 2012 DreamWorks Animation LLC. All Rights Reserved.visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/winter to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781908351470Book & CDISBN: 9781908351487NEW!MadagascarIn the New York Zoo, Alex, a lion; Marty, a zebra; Melman, a giraffe; and Gloria,a hippo; are best friends. But when Marty escapes in a bid to experience lifeoutside the zoo, his three friends break free to fi nd him. Their travels take themacross the ocean en route for Africa, until an accident on board fi nds the animalswashed up on thebeautiful but bewildering island of Madagascar. & © 2011 DreamWorks Animation LLC. All Rights Reserved.visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/madagascar1 to download the freeteachers’ resource sheets for this title.Mr Bean: Royal BeanMr Bean loves the Queen and drinks his tea from a mug with her pictureon it. When he accidentally breaks the mug, his search for a new one takeshim inside Buckingham Palace itself. A comic strip reader featuring theinternationally acclaimed character, Mr Bean.Mr Bean & © Tiger Aspect Productions Ltd. All Rights Reservedvisit www.popcorneltreaders.com/royalbean to download the freeteachers’ resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781906861315Book & CDISBN: 9781906861322Book OnlyISBN: 9781906861452Book & CDISBN: 97819068614698Download FREE teachers’ resource sheets for every title at


Level 1 Early BeginnerFor students beginning to read EnglishOver the HedgeWhen RJ, a mischievous raccoon fi nds himself in a sticky situationwith Vincent, a hibernating black bear, he tricks the animals of theforest into helping him fi nd food ‘over the hedge’.Over the Hedge © 2012 DreamWorks Animation LLC All Rights Reserved.visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/overthehedge to download the freeteachers’ resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781908351531Book & CDISBN: 9781908351548NEW!Popcorn ELT ReadersRio: Blu and JewelBlu, a rare blue Spix’s macaw from the USA, travels to Rio in Brazil tomeet the beautiful Jewel and save his species. With Jewel’s help, Blusees a different side of the world he thought he knew and learns howto do things he never thought possible.Rio © 2010 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All Rights Reserved.visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/rio1 to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781908351074Book & CDISBN: 9781908351081ShrekWhen Shrek’s swamp becomes overrun with fairy tale characters, heis less than happy. Desperate to get his home back to normal, Shrekagrees to rescue a princess, held captive in a tower, on behalf of theunscrupulous Lord Farquaad. But once Shrek meets Princess Fiona, hestarts to have doubts about his mission to fi nd Lord Farquaad a wife. & © 2011 DreamWorks Animation LLC. All Rights Reserved.visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/shrek1 to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781906861230Book & CDISBN: 9781906861247The Adventures of Tintin: Tintin’s Daring EscapeTintin is always looking for adventure! So when he fi nds a scroll in amodel ship he decides to fi nd out more. But Tintin’s curiosity gets himinto trouble and soon he and his dog Snowy are captured aboard theKaraboudjan. Can they escape from the evil Sakharine?© Paramount Pictures 2012. All Rights Reserved.visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/tintin1 to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781407133638Book & CDISBN: 9781407133683www.popcorneltreaders.com9


Popcorn ELT ReadersLevel 1 Early BeginnerFor students beginning to read in EnglishThe Jungle Book: The Cobra’s EggIn the jungle, Shere Khan the tiger is hungry and he wants Tabaqui,the crafty jackal, to fi nd him something to eat. When Tabaqui sees thecobra’s egg, he thinks of a plan to get food for Shere Khan … andhimself. But can Tabaqui persuade young boy, Mowgli, to steal thecobra’s egg? And what happens when the cobra fi nds out?© 2009 DQ Entertainment.Book OnlyISBN: 9781908351517Book & CDISBN: 9781908351524NEW!visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/cobra to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.The Jungle Book: Man TrapIn the dangerous jungle, Baloo, the kind old bear, looks after the orphanboy, Mowgli. But when Bagheera the leopard discovers a trap, it’s notonly man that the animals have to be careful of. The tiger, Shere Khan,tricks Baloo who falls into the trap, leaving Mowgli to fi ght Shere Khan.Mowgli is now on his own … or will someone come to his help?© 2009 DQ Entertainment.visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/man-trap to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781908351494Book & CDISBN: 9781908351500NEW!The Penguins of Madagascar: The Lost Treasureof the Golden SquirrelThere’s trouble at New York Zoo when King Rat fi nds the key to thetreasure of the Golden Squirrel. Who will fi nd the treasure fi rst? Andwill it bring the animals the happiness they expect?© 2009 DQ Entertainment.visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/squirrel to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781908351555Book & CDISBN: 9781908351562NEW!Level 2 Mid-BeginnerIce Age 2: The MeltdownThe heroic trio from Ice Age, Manny, Sid and Diego, realise their valleyis under threat from fl ooding as temperatures rise and the ice aroundthem begins to melt. They set out to fi nd a boat which is said to be atthe end of the valley. The friends meet Ellie, a female mammoth, alongthe way. But will Manny and Ellie be able to overcome their differencesand the dangers on their journey to fall in love?ICE AGE 2 © 2006 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation.All Rights Reserved.visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/meltdown to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781906861414Book & CDISBN: 978190686142110Download FREE teachers’ resource sheets for every title at


Level 2 Mid-BeginnerFor students gaining confi dence in reading in EnglishKung Fu PandaPo is clumsy and overweight but dreams of becoming a kung fumaster. When a contest is held to choose the Dragon Warrior – thebest kung fu warrior in China – Po is selected for the position, much tohis amazement. Later the town is shocked to hear that imprisonedkung fu master, Tai Lung, has escaped. Can Po believe in himself andhis destiny and defeat him?Kung Fu Panda ® & © 2008 DreamWorks Animation L.L.C. All Rights Reserved.Book OnlyISBN: 9781906861353Book & CDISBN: 9781906861360Popcorn ELT Readersvisit www.popcorneltreaders.com/kungfu to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Madagascar 2: Escape to AfricaAlex and friends are back in the sequel to Madagascar! Marooned onthe island of Madagascar, the animals comandeer an old plane with aview to fl ying back to New York. The plane takes the zoo-raised posseback to their roots when it crash lands on the plains of Africa. Havethey got what it takes to survive in the wild, far away from the urbanjungle?Book OnlyISBN: 9781906861339Book & CDISBN: 9781906861346Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa & © 2009 DreamWorks Animation LLC. All Rights Reserved.visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/return-to-africa to download the freeteachers’ resource sheets for this title.Mr Bean: ToothacheMr Bean has toothache, but his attempts to extract the painful toothonly make things worse. Finally he plucks up the courage to visit thedentist…A comic strip reader featuring the internationally acclaimed character,Mr Bean.© Tiger Aspect Production Ltd. All Rights Reserved.Book OnlyISBN: 9781906861476Book & CDISBN: 9781906861483visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/toothache to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Puss in Boots: The OutlawWhen Puss in Boots meets Humpty Dumpty at the San Ricardoorphanage, they become best friends. But as they grow up, Humpty’sdreams of becoming rich threaten to destroy them both.Adapted from the hit DreamWorks movie Puss In Boots© 2012 DreamWorks LLC.visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/outlaw to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781908351593Book & CDISBN: 9781908351609NEW!www.popcorneltreaders.com11


Popcorn ELT ReadersLevel 2 Mid-BeginnerFor students gaining confi dence in reading in EnglishRangoThere’s a serious drought in the desert town of Dirt and the inhabitantsare getting desperate. They’re thirsty, scared and they need a hero!So when Rango the chameleon strolls into town, it looks as if thingsmay be about to change. But can Rango outwit the evil Mayor and histerrifying sidekick, Rattlesnake Jake?© 2011 Paramount Pictures. All Rights Reserved.Book OnlyISBN: 9781906861988Book & CDISBN: 9781906861995visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/rango to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Rio: Learning to flyBlu, a rare blue Spix’s macaw, has travelled to Rio in Brazil to meet thebeautiful Jewel and save his species. But can Blu survive in the wildwhen he doesn’t know how to fl y?Book OnlyISBN: 9781908351098Book & CDISBN: 9781908351104Rio © 2010 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All Rights Reserved.visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/rio2 to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Shrek 2Shrek and Princess Fiona are back from their honeymoon and livinghappily in Shrek’s swamp. But when the King and Queen of Far FarAway summon their daughter and her new husband to the palace,things start to go wrong. Is there such a thing as ‘happily ever after’for Shrek and his ogre princess?Book OnlyISBN: 9781906861254Book & CDISBN: 9781906861261 & © 2004 DreamWorks Animation LLC. All Rights Reserved.visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/shrek2 to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.The Adventures of Tintin: Danger at SeaWhen Tintin fi nds a scroll inside his model ship he is determined tofi nd out what it means. After escaping from the evil Sakharine, Tintinand Snowy fi nd themselves in a small boat in the middle of the sea.They have to get to Bagghar to stop Sakharine getting the third scroll.But how will they get there? Can Captain Haddock help them?Book OnlyISBN: 9781407133645Book & CDISBN: 9781407133690© Paramount Pictures 2012. All Rights Reserved.visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/tintin2 to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.12Download FREE teachers’ resource sheets for every title at


Level 2 Mid-BeginnerFor students gaining confi dence in reading in EnglishTime Jump: Back to the Stone AgePaul ShiptonWhen Tim goes on a school trip to a Stone Age exhibition, he expectsit to be boring. But then he meets a very unusual teacher and hisadventure begins …visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/jump to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781908351630Book & CDISBN: 9781908351647NEW!Popcorn ELT ReadersLevel 3 High BeginnerIce Age 3: Dawn of the DinosaursIn this third Ice Age story, mammoths Manny and Ellie are expecting ababy. But Manny’s friends, Diego and Sid, feel left out. Sid fi nds andadopts three very large eggs. The eggs hatch into baby dinosaurs andwhen their mother comes to claim them back, she carries Sid off too…Book OnlyISBN: 9781906861438Book & CDISBN: 9781906861445ICE AGE 3: DAWN OF THE DINOSAURS © 2009 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation.All Rights Reserved.visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/dawn to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Kieran’s Karate AdventureAngela Salt and Stu HarrisonKieran has a blue belt in karate but he can’t control his temper.Taunted by class joker Riley, Kieran is often getting into fi ghts. Doeshe have the discipline he needs to be successful in the school karatecompetition? And can the mysterious Sensei Masumi help him?visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/kieran to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781908351883Book & CDISBN: 9781908351890NEW!Kung Fu Panda 2Po is now living his dream as the Dragon Warrior protecting the Valleyof Peace alongside his friends and fellow kung fu masters, The FuriousFive. But Po’s new life is threatened by the emergence of a formidablevillain, who plans to use a secret, unstoppable weapon to conquer Chinaand destroy kung fu. Does Po have the strength to vanquish this terriblethreat?Book OnlyISBN: 9781906861377Book & CDISBN: 9781906861384Kung Fu Panda 2 ® & © 2010 DreamWorks Animation L.L.C. All Rights Reserved.Kung Fu Panda ® DreamWorks Animation L.L.C. All Rights Reserved.visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/panda to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.www.popcorneltreaders.com13


Popcorn ELT ReadersLevel 3 High BeginnerFor students reading confi dently in EnglishMadagascar 3: Europe’s Most WantedAlex, Marty, Gloria and Melman are still in Africa and they aredetermined to fi nd their way back home to New York! As they begintheir journey across Europe, they join a travelling circus and then theiradventures really take off! Will the animals from Madagascar ever makeit back to the zoo?Adapted from the hit DreamWorks movie Madagascar 3. © 2012 DreamWorks LLC.visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/circus to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781908351616Book & CDISBN: 9781908351623NEW!Mr Bean: The Palace of BeanWhen Mr Bean sees a documentary on the Queen’s taste in interiordesign, he decides to decorate his home in the style of BuckinghamPalace. But when a passing American tourist thinks his mock palaceis the real thing, Mr Bean fi nds himself on the tourist trail.A comic strip reader featuring the internationally acclaimed character,Mr Bean.© Tiger Aspect Production Ltd. All Rights Reserved.visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/palace-of-bean to download the freeteachers’ resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781906861490Book & CDISBN: 9781906861506Nanny McPhee and the Big BangNorman, Megsie and Vincent live on a farm in the country. Their fatheris away fi ghting in the war and their mother is struggling to make endsmeet. When their spoilt cousins from London come to stay, it is hate atfi rst sight and the house becomes a battle zone. Enter Nanny McPhee– the nanny who’s just that little bit different…© 2010 Universal Studios Licensing LLLP. Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang © Universal Studios.All Rights Reserved.visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/bigbang to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781906861513Book & CDISBN: 9781906861520Puss in Boots: The Gold of San RicardoPuss in Boots has been an outlaw for many years and when he bumpsinto his old enemy Humpty Dumpty, at fi rst he wants nothing to dowith him. But Humpty has a plan that will clear Puss’s name with thepeople of his home town, San Ricardo. Can Puss trust Humpty again?Adapted from the hit DreamWorks movie Puss In Boots © 2012 DreamWorks LLC.visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/gold to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781908351579Book & CDISBN: 9781908351586NEW!14Download FREE teachers’ resource sheets for every title at


Level 3 High BeginnerFor students reading confi dently in EnglishRio: Looking for BluLinda loves her pet macaw Blu more than anything in the world. Sowhen Blu is kidnapped in Rio by bird smugglers, she is prepared to dowhatever it takes to fi nd him again.Rio © 2010 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All Rights Reserved.Book OnlyISBN: 9781908351111Book & CDISBN: 9781908351128Popcorn ELT Readersvisit www.popcorneltreaders.com/rio3 to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Shrek the ThirdThere’s trouble in the swamp when Princess Fiona’s father, KingHarold, dies leaving Shrek as the new ruler of Far Far Away. Shrekhas no ambitions to be King and with the help of Donkey and Puss-in-Boots, he sets out to fi nd Artie, the one true heir to the throne. But thefriends had not reckoned on the intervention of Prince Charming whois set on ruining their plans… & © 2007 DreamWorks Animation LLC. All Rights Reserved.visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/shrek3 to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781906861278Book & CDISBN: 9781906861285Shrek Forever AfterFrustrated with his home life, Shrek makes a deal with fairytaletrickster Rumpelstiltskin, giving him a day of his life in exchange fora day as a free and single ogre. But Shrek falls headlong into analternative reality where Rumpelstiltskin is King, Princess Fiona is afreedom fi ghter, Donkey is a slave, and where Shrek himself has neverexisted. Can he undo Rumpelstiltskin’s spell? & © 2010 DreamWorks Animation LLC. All Rights Reservedvisit www.popcorneltreaders.com/shrek4ever to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781906861292Book & CDISBN: 9781906861308The Adventures of Tintin: The Lost TreasureWhen Tintin discovers a secret message inside a model ship hedoesn’t understand it. What are the three Unicorns? And who is SirFrancis Haddock? Soon Tintin and Snowy are on an adventure! Theytravel in boats, on planes and through the hot desert, in search ofmore clues. But can they fi nd all the clues before the evil Sakharine?© Paramount Pictures 2012. All Rights Reserved.visit www.popcorneltreaders.com/tintin3 to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781407133652Book & CDISBN: 9781407133706www.popcorneltreaders.com15


SCHOLASTIC ELTREADERS16IndexpageStarter Level Sample Page 18Level 1 Sample Page 18Level 2 Sample Page 19Level 3 Sample Page 19Level 4 Sample Page 20STARTER LEVELBlog Love 21Kaori and the Lizard King 21Robin Hood: The Taxman 21Spooky Skaters: The Skate ParkAfter Dark 21Storm Hawks 21Zoey 101: Dance Contest 22LEVEL 1Billy Elliot 22The City of Ember 22Date with Disaster! 23Goal! 2 23Haunted Britain 23Hotel for Dogs 23Little Women 23Merlin: Arthur and the Unicorn 24Monster House 24Mr Bean’s Holiday 24Night at the Museum 24Pelé 24The Pink Panther 2 25Smallville Arrival 25Spooky Skaters: The Graffi ti Ghost 25The Adventures of Tintin: The Three Scrolls 25Transformers 25LEVEL 2Bandslam 26Barack Obama 26Batman Begins 26The Devil Wears Prada 26DJ Ambition 26NEW Glee: The Beginning 27NEW Glee: Foreign Exchange 27The Golden Compass 27Hoot 27The In-Crowd 27Welcome to theexciting world ofScholastic ELTReaders!Scholastic ELT Readers are a series of contemporary fi lmand TV adaptations, original teenage fi ction, classic literatureand biographies. Specifi cally targeted at teenagers learningEnglish, they are published at fi ve levels following a carefullygraded syllabus.Starter level 300 headwords 1 year of CEF(Beginner) (story: up to 1,500 words) English stage pre-A1Level 1 600 headwords 1–2 years of CEF(Elementary) (story: up to 4,000 words) English stage A1Level 2 1000 headwords 2–3 years of CEF(Pre-Intermediate (story: up to 7,000 words) English stage A2-Intermediate)Level 3 1500 headwords 3 + years of CEF(Intermediate) (story: up to 10,000 words) English stage B1Level 4 2000 headwords 4 + years of CEF(Upper-Intermediate) (story: up to 15,000 words) English stage B1Why choose ScholasticELT Readers?Innovative DesignIllustrated with inspiringfull-colour graphics, thesereaders are designedto attract your studentsto reading. Navigationis straightforwardand levels are clearlyindicated with adistinctive colourscheme.Download FREE teachers’ resource sheets for every title at


People & PlacesThe People & Places spread at the start of each story sets the scene byintroducing the key characters in a visually stimulating and accessible way.Fact FilesAt the back of each reader is a magazine-style Fact File section whichincludes interviews and behind-the-scenes features, as well an explorationof themes developed in the reader. This provides cross-cultural informationfor students to explore autonomously or as a class.Activities, audio and extra resourcesThe self-study section ensures that students are able to checkcomprehension as they progress through each story, with activities forbefore and after each section. Free online teachers’ resources provide moreactivities and suggestions to help you get the most out of the reader as wellas follow-up project work. Most readersare also available with an audiorecording of the story.IndexpageJane Eyre 28Johnny English Reborn 28The Mask of Zorro 28The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor 28Nelson Mandela 28Night at the Museum: Battle of theSmithsonian 29Pink Panther 29Prince William and Catherine Middleton:Their Story 29Robin Hood: The Silver Arrow 29NEW Senna 29Sense & Sensibility 30Star Wars: Clone Wars 30NEW Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen 30Ugly Betty 30LEVEL 3127 Hours 31Angela’s Ashes 31Batman: The Dark Knight 31Black Gold 31Dreamgirls 31Fast Food Nation 32NEW Glee: Summer Break 32Indiana Jones and the Kingdom ofthe Crystal Skull 32Iraq in Fragments 32The Lost Chronicles 1 32The Lost Chronicles 2 33Made in Dagenham 33Michael Jackson biography 33Pride and Prejudice 33The Queen 33NEW Sherlock: The Hounds ofBaskerville 34NEW Steve Jobs 34NEW Transformers: The Dark ofthe Moon 34Touching the Void 34Vanity Fair 34LEVEL 4An Education 35A Lion Called Christian 35Nowhere Boy 35NEW Sherlock: A Study in Pink 35Slumdog Millionaire 35www.scholasticeltreaders.com17


Scholastic ELT ReadersStarter Level Sample PageCEF stage pre-A1/Beginner/1 year of EnglishStarter Level300 headwords (story: up to1,500 words)Sample language for StarterLevel Readers includes:present simple, presentcontinuous, present continuousfor future use, simple adverbsof frequency, Let’s…The sample language does notinclude all elements of the fullsyllabus for this level.Level 1 Sample PageCEF stage A1/Elementary/1–2 years of EnglishLevel 1600 headwords (story: up to4,000 words)Sample language for Level1 Readers includes: pastsimple& common irregularpasts, going to future, regularcomparatives & superlatives,would like + nounThe sample language does notinclude all elements of the fullsyllabus for this level.18Download FREE teachers’ resource sheets for every title at


Level 2 Sample PageCEF stage A2/Pre-Intermediate-Intermediate/2–3 years of EnglishLevel 21,000 headwords (story: up to7,000 words)Sample language for Level2 Readers includes: presentperfect, will future, pastcontinuous, zero conditional,defi ning relative clauses notembedded, refl exive pronounsThe sample language does notinclude all elements of the fullsyllabus for this levelScholastic ELT ReadersLevel 3 Sample PageCEF stage A2/Pre-Intermediate-Intermediate/2–3 years of EnglishLevel 31,500 headwords (story: up to10,000 words)Sample language for Level3 Readers includes: presentperfect continuous, pastperfect, fi rst and secondconditional, present simple &past simple passive, simpleindirect speechThe sample language does notinclude all elements of the fullsyllabus for this level.www.scholasticeltreaders.com19


Scholastic ELT ReadersLevel 4 Sample PageCEF stage A2/Pre-Intermediate-Intermediate/2–3 years of EnglishThe crowd were up on their feet, cheering and cheering.Jamal had won! He’d won more money than anybody intelevision history! But Jamal wasn’t thinking about themoney – he was thinking about the voice on the phone.* * *Javed was banging on the bathroom door.‘Salim! Open this door! Salim!’His men behind him had their guns ready. One of themran at the door with his shoulder. As soon as it was open,they ran inside.Salim was waiting with a sad smile on his face. He wassitting in a bath full of bank notes. He began to shoot atthe men, and Javed was the first to fall.74Level 42,000 headwords (story: up to 15,000 words)Sample language for Level 4 Readers includes: past perfect continuous, passive continuous, presentperfect passive, modals in the past, perfect infi nitives, non-defi ning relative clauses embeddedThe sample language does not include all elements of the full syllabus for this level.20Download FREE teachers’ resource sheets for every title at


Starter Level CEF stage pre-A1BeginnerBlog LoveJunko has come to London for the summer, but feels lonely and isolated.She takes refuge in the daily blog she writes and is delighted when shestrikes up a friendship with fellow blogger ‘Slow Boy’. But is he all that heseems?visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/bloglove to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781904720539Book & CDISBN: 9781904720348Scholastic ELT ReadersKaori and the Lizard KingA manga-style reader about Kaori, a 13 year-old living on a lizard-infestedisland. When her classmate goes missing, Kaori realises that only she canfi nd him. Kaori’s search uncovers the darker side of her island and forcesher to confront the evil forces that control it.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/kaori to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781904720546Book & CDISBN: 9781904720362Robin Hood: The TaxmanRobin Hood and his men live as outlaws in Sherwood Forest. They fi ghtcorruption and injustice – and they don’t like taxes! So when the taxmanpays his annual visit to the Sheriff of Nottingham, the outlaws are less thanpleased to see him. Will they help the people of Nottingham get back themoney that is rightly theirs, or will the Sheriff win – once again?Robin Hood logo and © Tiger Aspect Productions 2006. BBC logo and © BBC 1996.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775170Book & CDISBN: 9781905775187visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/taxman to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Spooky Skaters: The Skate Park After DarkEvery night, the Spooky Skaters leave their home in the Land of the Deadand go skating in secret in the local skate park. They do spooky stunts onthe ramp and they feel alive! Every day after school, Ben, Leila and theirfriends hang out at the skate park. Roland and Patty go there too, but theycan’t skate and they’re defi nitely not cool! Then, one night, Roland andPatty meet the Spooky Skaters…visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/spooky to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Storm HawksA fantasy comic-strip style reader based on the hit animated TV seriesfrom Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/stormhawks to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775132Book & CDISBN: 9781905775149Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775385Book & CDISBN: 9781905775392www.scholasticeltreaders.com21


Scholastic ELT ReadersStarter Level CEF stage pre-A1BeginnerZoey 101: Dance ContestThere’s never a dull moment for Zoey and her friends at Pacifi c CoastAcademy. The school dance contest is looming, but Zoey just can’t seem tofi nd the perfect partner. And can Lola use her talent for acting to get a partin the school play and a date with the cute English guy, Simon?© 2008 Apolloscreen GmbH and Co. Filmproduktion KG. All Rights Reserved.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775699Book & CDISBN: 9781905775705visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/zoey to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Level 1 CEF stage A1ElementaryBilly ElliotBilly Elliot is 11 years old and he’s got problems! His dad is giving himmoney for boxing lessons but Billy has discovered a talent for ballet, and issecretly attending dance classes. His teacher wants him to audition for aLondon ballet school, but how will his family react?Based on the award-winning British fi lm.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/billy-elliot to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781904720249Book & CDISBN: 9781904720355The City of Ember‘In Ember, the sky is always dark…’ Hundreds of years ago, the city ofEmber was created by the Builders to contain everything needed for humansurvival. In Ember, the sky is always dark and the only light comes fromgiant fl oodlamps. Recently the lights have been failing, and supplies arerunning low. Will teenagers Lina and Doon be able to decipher the strange‘Instructions’ they fi nd, and fi nd a way out of Ember?‘CITY OF EMBER’ Film Artwork & © Walden Media 2008, LLC. All Rights Reserved.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775453Book & CDISBN: 9781905775460visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/cityofember cityofemberto download thefree teachers’ resource sheets for this title.22Download FREE teachers’ resource sheets for every title at


Level 1 CEF stage A1ElementaryDate with Disaster!Kate is 13 and she is fi nding that life is never simple. Should she go on adate with the new boy at school, Joe (cool, into music, and gorgeous…) –or Ian (equally gorgeous and great at Maths homework!)? Or should she goon a date at all?Book OnlyISBN: 9781904720119Book & CDISBN: 9781904720379Scholastic ELT Readersvisit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/date-with-disaster to download the freeteachers’ resource sheets for this title.Goal 2Santiago Muñez has made his mark in the UK Premier league as a topmidfi elder with Newcastle United. European football now beckons and hefi nds himself playing alongside stars such as Beckham and Zidane forReal Madrid. But playing in the UEFA Champions League brings pressuresthat Santiago had never anticipated. Will he have the strength to keep hisdream alive? Based on the hit 2007 movie Goal II!visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/goal2 to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781904720935Book & CDISBN: 9781904720928Haunted BritainThis title combines a scary modern-day ghost story set in London with FactFiles including Creepy Castles, Urban Myths and A Ghost-hunter’s Guide!visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/haunted-britain to download the freeteachers’ resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781904720096Book & CDISBN: 9781904720393Hotel for DogsWhen Andi and Bruce need somewhere to hide their pet dog, Friday, theytransform an abandoned hotel into a haven for stray dogs. The dogs arehaving the time of their lives, until the Animal Control offi cers discover theirsecret. Suddenly, Andi and Bruce fi nd themselves at risk of losing Friday,the hotel for dogs and… each other.© 2010 DW Studios LLC. All Rights Reserved.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/hotel-for-dogs to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Little Women by Louisa May AlcottLittle Women tells the story of four sisters, Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy Marchgrowing up in nineteeth-century America. Born into a poor but lovingfamily, the girls must overcome personal diffi culties and challenges to fi ndself-fulfi lment and happiness.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/women to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775880Book & CDISBN: 9781905775897Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775941Book & CDISBN: 9781905775958www.scholasticeltreaders.com23


Scholastic ELT ReadersLevel 1 CEF stage A1ElementaryMerlin: Arthur and the UnicornWhen Arthur kills a unicorn on a hunting expedition, he unwittingly bringsa curse upon the kingdom of Camelot. Soon the fi elds are yellow and thecrops are dying. Can Merlin, the teenager with magical powers, help Arthurovercome his pride and save his people as he faces the ultimate test?A magical adventure from the popular BBC TV series.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775866Book & CDISBN: 9781905775873visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/merlin to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Monster HouseIt’s Halloween but DJ doesn’t want to go trick-or-treating. He wants to spyon the house across the road because he’s convinced it’s alive. DJ andhis friends discover that the house is eating things and people. When thepolice don’t believe them, they attempt to solve the mystery of the ‘monsterhouse’ on their own.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/monster-house to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781904720881Book & CDISBN: 9781904720898Mr Bean’s HolidayMr Bean is back – and he’s about to broaden his horizons! Equipped withhis new camcorder, Mr Bean sets off on the Eurostar for France afterwinning a trip to the south of France. Mishap and mayhem ensue as ourhero grapples with the food, the language – and the French police!Based on the spring 2007 blockbuster movie!visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/mrbean to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775064Book & CDISBN: 9781905775071Night at the MuseumWhen Larry Daley gets a job as a night-guard at the Museum of NaturalHistory, he is delighted. But on Larry’s fi rst night at the museum, hediscovers something amazing: all the exhibits come to life!‘NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM’ film artwork © 2006 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation.All Rights Reserved.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/nightatthemuseum to download thefree teachers’ resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775231Book & CDISBN: 9781905775248Pelé BiographyPelé is one of the world’s greatest footballers. By the age of seventeen,was in Brazil’s World Cup team and playing for his country. Famous aroundthe globe for his fast, exciting play, Pelé earns his place in history as a truefootball legend. Read all about Pelé’s amazing life story in this compellinglow-level biography.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/pelé to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775989Book & CDISBN: 978190577599624Download FREE teachers’ resource sheets for every title at


Level 1 CEF stage A1ElementaryThe Pink Panter 2Bumbling French detective Jacques Clouseau is back! Join him and hisequally inept accomplices in this latest hilarious ‘Pink Panther’ story.The Pink Panther 2 & © 2009 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Inc. and Columbia PicturesIndustries Inc. All Rights Reserved. The Pink Panther is a trademark of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775736Book & CDISBN: 9781905775743Scholastic ELT Readersvisit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/pinkpanther2 to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Smallville: ArrivalIn 1989 a meteor shower hit the quiet town of Smallville. With it came asmall child from the planet Krypton. Now a teenager, Clark Kent has a lotof questions. Why is he different? Why does he have special powers? JoinClark and his friends as he tries to fi nd answers. Based on the hit TV series.SMALLVILLE and all related names, characters and elements are trademarks of DC Comics © 2006.All Rights Reserved.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/arrival to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781904720782Book & CDISBN: 9781904720799Spooky Skaters: The Graffiti GhostWhen a group of skaters are wrongly accused of vandalising a valuablepiece of art, the Spooky Skaters decide it’s time to intervene…Another ghoulish tale from the Land of the Dead in easy-to-read comicbookformat.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/graffiti to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775590Book & CDISBN: 9781905775606The Adventures of Tintin: The Three ScrollsWhen Tintin discovers a scroll inside a model ship he knows it is a clue. Butwhat does it mean? With the help of his dog Snowy and Captain Haddock,Tintin sets off an adventure to fi nd out! But the three friends aren’t the onlyones looking for clues – the evil Sakharine is after them too. Who will bethe fi rst to fi nd out the meaning of the three scrolls?© Paramount Pictures 2012. All Rights Reserved.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/3scrolls to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.TransformersA war erupts on Earth between two robotic clans, the heroic Autobots andthe evil Decepticons, leaving the fate of mankind hanging in the balance.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/transformers to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781407133669Book & CDISBN: 9781407133713Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775439Book & CDISBN: 9781905775446www.scholasticeltreaders.com25


Scholastic ELT ReadersLevel 2 CEF stage A2Pre-Intermediate–IntermediateBandslamWill has always been an outsider, so, he is surprised when one of thecoolest girls at his new school, Charlotte, befriends him. Impressed by hisknowledge of music, Charlotte makes him the manager of her band. DoWill, Charlotte and Sa5m (‘the 5 is silent’) have what it takes to win theprestigious Bandslam – ‘battle of the bands’ – competition?Copyright © 2009 Summit Entertainment, LLC and Walden Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/blandslam to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775965Book & CDISBN: 9781905775972Barack Obama BiographyOn January 20th, 2009, Barack Obama became the 44th President of theUnited States of America. He is the fi rst African-American to be president ofone of the most powerful countries in the world. Read about Barack Obama’slife before he became President – his early years in Hawaii and Indonesia, hisKenyan and his American roots, and his decision to run for President.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/barack-obama to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775798Book & CDISBN: 9781905775804Batman BeginsBatman Begins explores the origins of the Batman legend and the DarkKnight’s emergence as a force for good in Gotham City. This is the story ofBruce Wayne growing up and the challenges he has to face.BATMAN and all related names, characters and elements are trademarks of DC Comics © 2006.All Rights Reserved.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/batman-begins to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781904720232Book & CDISBN: 9781904720584The Devil Wears PradaWhen Andrea lands a job at top fashion magazine Runway, she knows nothing.She’s never heard of Runway before, or its infamous editor, Miranda Priestly.But soon she is wearing heels to work, dealing with the biggest names infashion, and, most importantly, attending to Miranda’s every demand.‘THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA’ film artwork © 2007 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation.All Rights Reserved.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/devilwearsprada to download the freeteachers’ resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775361Book & CDISBN: 9781905775378DJ AmbitionAli lives for R&B music and hip-hop, and her one ambition is to be a DJ at atop London club. It’s not easy though, especially with a sarcastic, youngerbrother, a nagging mother and, worst of all, ‘Da G’ – her biggest DJ rival.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/dj-ambition to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781904720102Book & CDISBN: 978190472043026Download free teachers’ resource sheets for every title at


Level 2 CEF stage A2Pre-Intermediate–IntermediateGlee – The BeginningIt’s the start of the year at McKinley High and Glee Club is practising for the‘Fall in love with music’ show. There’s one problem – they sound terrible!Rachel is talented but annoying: will Mercedes let her join Glee Club?Homecoming week is around the corner: can the kids from Glee Club showeveryone that they’re awesome singers and not just ‘geeks’?Glee TM & © 2012 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All rights reserved.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/glee1 to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781908351326Book & CDISBN: 9781908351333NEW!Scholastic ELT ReadersGlee – Foreign ExchangeMr Schuester has invited a French Glee Club to McKinley High for a weekbut not everyone is excited. Why do none of the French girls like Puck?Why is Jean- Paul only interested in Finn? And can Rachel be friendswith the super-talented Celeste? As the two Glee Clubs practise for themulticultural show on Saturday night, Mr Schu starts to worry …Glee TM & © 2012 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All rights reserved.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/glee2 to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.The Golden CompassLyra Belacqua, and her dæmon, Pan, live in a world that is similar to ourown, but also very different. The disappearance of Lyra’s best friend Rogercoincides with the arrival of the mysterious Mrs Coulter who takes Lyra tolive with her in London.© MMVII New Line Productions, Inc. The Golden Compass and all related characters, places, names andother indicia are trademarks of New Line Productions, Inc. All Rights Reserved.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/compass to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781908351340Book & CDISBN: 9781908351357NEW!Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775309No CD available.HootRoy Eberhardt has just moved to Florida and he’s not impressed. Butone day Roy sees a barefoot boy running for his life, and suddenly thingsbecome much more interesting. Does this boy know anything about theproblems at the new pancake restaurant site? Why does he want to savethe little owls that live there? And can Roy do anything to help?visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/hoot to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775040Book & CDISBN: 9781905775279The In-CrowdIt’s Cameron’s fi rst day at Kings’ School in Kent and he hates it. The In-Crowd tease him and he misses his old friends. But when the In-Crowddiscover Cameron’s talent for football, everything changes… and Cameronhas some tough decisions to make.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/in-crowd to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781904720126Book & CDISBN: 9781904720454www.scholasticeltreaders.com27


Scholastic ELT ReadersLevel 2 CEF stage A2Pre-Intermediate–IntermediateJane Eyre by Charlotte BrontëOrphaned as a young child, Jane Eyre has an unhappy start to life livingwith her cruel aunt and cousins and later enduring the hardships of Lowoodschool. After taking up a post as a governess, her life begins to improve,helped by her growing friendship with Mr Rochester, her surly employer.But can she achieve true happiness in a place fi lled with dark secrets?visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/jane-eyre to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775316Book & CDISBN: 9781905775323Johnny English RebornJohnny English, the world’s most unlikely spy, is back! After some intensivetraining in the mountains of Tibet he is called back into action to serve theQueen in MI-7. Using the latest high tech gadgets Johnny English muststop a group of international assassins before they kill the Chinese Premier.© 2012 Universal studios Licensing LLLP. All Rights Reserved.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/johnnyenglish to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781407133676Book & CDISBN: 9781407133720The Mask of ZorroIt has been twenty years since the tyrannical Rafael Montero imprisoned Diegode la Vega, alias Zorro, the people’s hero. Not only did De la Vega lose hisfreedom but also his wife and their beautiful daughter Elena. Now Montero hasreturned to California, and the people desperately need Zorro’s help again.The Mask of Zorro © 2010 Zorro Productions, Inc. and © 1998 by Tristar Pictures, Inc.All Rights Reserved.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/zorro to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon EmperorFamed adventurers Evelyn and Rick O’Connell fi nd themselves back inaction when their son, Alex, discovers the tomb of an ancient Emperor inChina. The discovery unleashes a chain of events, taking the O’Connellfamily on another epic adventure of love, tyranny, revenge and magic.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/the-mummy to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775774Book & CDISBN: 9781905775781Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775675Book & CDISBN: 9781905775682Nelson Mandela BiographyNelson Mandela is the most important South African of the last hundredyears. For over fi fty years, he fought for equal rights for black South Africans,before he fi nally became President of the country in 1994. But at one timethe government called him a criminal and put him in one of the world’sworst prisons.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/mandela to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781906861889Book & CDISBN: 978190686189628Download FREE teachers’ resource sheets for every title at


Level 2 CEF stage A2Pre-Intermediate–IntermediateNight at the Museum 2: Battle of the SmithsonianFamed adventurers Evelyn and Rick O’Connell fi nd themselves back inaction when their son, Alex, discovers the tomb of an ancient Emperor inChina. The discovery unleashes a chain of events, taking the O’Connellfamily on another epic adventure of love, tyranny, revenge and magic.‘NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM: BATTLE OF THE SMITHSONIAN’ film artwork © 2009. Twentieth CenturyFox Film Corporation. All Rights Reserved.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/smithsonian to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775750Book & CDISBN: 9781905775767Scholastic ELT ReadersThe Pink PantherIt is the World Cup. Someone has murdered the French football teamcoach and stolen the priceless Pink Panther diamond. Inspector Dreyfusputs Jacques Clouseau, the most bumbling detective in the world, onto thecase. But can Clouseau fi nd the killer and the diamond before Dreyfus?THE PINK PANTHER © 2006 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Inc. and Columbia Pictures Industries,Inc.All Rights Reserved. The Pink Panther is a trademark of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/pinkpanther to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781904720744Book & CDISBN: 9781904720751Prince William and Kate Middleton: Their StoryOn April the 29 th , 2011, Prince William, the future King of Britain, marriedKate Middleton, the girl from an ordinary family who he had met whilstat university. Combining a respect for tradition with fresh, contemporaryvalues, Prince William and Kate Middleton are seen by many as a new,exciting generation of royals.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/william to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781906861865Book & CDISBN: 9781906861872Robin Hood: The Silver Arrow and the SlavesRobin Hood and his men live as outlaws in Sherwood Forest. They fi ghtcorruption and injustice – both of which appear in large measure courtesy ofthe self-interested Sheriff of Nottingham. When Robin and the outlaws uncoverthe Sheriff’s latest scheme to buy Saracen slaves, they decide to foil his plans.Based on an episode from the popular BBC TV series. Robin Hood logo and © Tiger AspectProductions 2006. BBC logo and © BBC 1996.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/silverarrow to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775194Book & CDISBN: 9781905775200Senna BiographyIt was 1994, and the Brazilian driver Ayrton Senna was hoping for his fourthwin on the San Marino Grand Prix course. But on the seventh lap, his car leftthe track at 306 kilometres an hour and crashed into a wall. The winner offorty-one Grand Prix races and three world championships was dead. Readthe story of one of the world’s greatest Formula One racing drivers.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/senna to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781908351302Book & CDISBN: 9781908351319NEW!www.scholasticeltreaders.com29


Scholastic ELT ReadersLevel 2 CEF stage A2Pre-Intermediate–IntermediateSense and Sensibility by Jane AustenFollowing the death of her husband, Mrs Dashwood and her threedaughters, Elinor, Marianne and Margaret, are forced to leave their familyhome and move to a small cottage in Devon. There, Marianne meets andfalls in love with the charismatic Mr Willoughby but she is left distraught byhis inconsistent behaviour.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/sense-and-sensibility to download the freeteachers’ resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775613Book & CDISBN: 9781905775620Star Wars: The Clone WarsThe galaxy-spanning adventure of the epic Star Wars saga continues inThe Clone Wars. Join Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker and his newPadawan, Ahsoka, in an action-packed struggle between the noble Jediand the evil Sith.© 2008 Lucasfilm Ltd and . All Rights Reserved. Used Under Authorization.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/clonewars to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775514Book & CDISBN: 9781905775521Transformers: Revenge of the FallenThe battle for Earth continues in this action-packed story. Sam Witwicky’splans to go to college are disrupted when he learns the truth about theancient origin of the Transformers. He must accept his destiny andjoin Optimus Prime and Bumblebee in their epic battle against the evilDecepticons who have returned stronger than ever with a planto destroy the world.This title is not available in Japanvisit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/fallento download the free teachers’ resource sheetsfor this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781908351432Book & CDISBN: 9781908351449NEW!Ugly BettyFollow the life and times of Betty Suarez, the editor’s assistant on MODEfashion magazine. Go behind the scenes at the MODE offi ces, and fi nd outhow the hit TV series Ugly Betty was made. Read interviews with the stars -and fi nd out how to get on in the fashion world!visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/ugly-betty to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775651Book & CDISBN: 978190577566830Download FREE teachers’ resource sheets for every title at


Level 3 CEF stage B1Intermediate127 Hours127 Hours is the extraordinary true story of Aron Ralston who, after acanyoneering accident in Utah, was forced to amputate his own armto survive.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/127hours to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781908351135Book & CDISBN: 9781908351142Scholastic ELT ReadersAngela’s Ashes by Frank McCourtLimerick, 1934. It’s cold and it’s wet. Frank, his parents and three brothershave just come back from America to start a new life in Ireland. But lifein Limerick is even harder than life in New York. A simplifi ed adaptationof Frank McCourt’s moving and humorous memoirs about growing up in1930’s Ireland. Now available with audio read by Frank McCourt.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/angela to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781904720447Book & CDISBN: 9781905775330Batman: The Dark KnightBatman, Lieutenant Gordon and District Attorney Harvey Dent join forces todeal with the chaos unleashed on the terrifi ed citizens of Gotham City, byan anarchist mastermind known as ‘the Joker’. Driven to his physical andemotional limits, will Batman overcome his new and formidable rival?visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/dark-knight to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775408No CD availableBlack GoldBased on a remarkable documentary fi lm, Black Gold tells the story of oneman’s mission to save his 74,000 Ethiopian coffee farmers from Westernexploitation. It exposes the truth behind every cappuccino we drink andasks: is it right that the producers of our coffee often can’t afford cleanwater or an education for their children.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/blackgold to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775552Book & CDISBN: 9781905775569DreamgirlsWhen The Dreams fail to win an important talent contest, an aspiringrecord producer, Curtis, sees their potential and moulds them into the mostsuccessful girl group of the 1960s. Soon Curtis realizes that lead-singer,Deena, has the qualities to become a megastar in her own right. But willhis plans for Deena blow apart the girls’ friendship?Will his recording business survive?visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/dreamgirls to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775255Book & CDISBN: 9781905775262www.scholasticeltreaders.com31


Scholastic ELT ReadersLevel 3 CEF stage B1IntermediateFast Food NationA marketing executive from Mickey’s – a fast food US burger chain –discovers that contaminated meat is getting into the burgers, and headsdown to Colorado to investigate. What he discovers proves to be moreshocking than he could ever have imagined.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/fastfoodnation to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775538Book & CDISBN: 9781905775545Glee – Summer BreakWhen Mr Schuester asks the Glee kids to help at a music camp in thesummer holidays, all of them, except Rachel, agree to join. Rachel doesn’thave time to help children; she needs to work on becoming a star! Butwhat happens when her dream comes true? Are Rachel’s own talents reallymore important than Glee Club?Glee TM & © 2012 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All rights reserved.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/glee3 to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal SkullIt’s 1957 and Indiana Jones, everyone’s favourite explorer, is back! Dr IrinaSpalko, a power-hungry Russian scientist wants to fi nd the crystal skull – andnothing will stop her. Indy and his new acquaintance, Mutt, travel fi rst to Peruand then to the ‘lost city’ of Akator in the heart of the Amazon. Will they survivethe terrible dangers that await them in the kingdom of the crystal skull?© 2008 Lucasfilm Ltd and . All Rights Reserved. Used Under Authorization. www.indianajones.comvisit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/indy4 to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781908351364Book & CDISBN: 9781908351371NEW!Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775347Book & CDISBN: 9781905775354Iraq in FragmentsBased on James Longley’s award-winning documentary, Iraq in Fragmentsprovides a fascinating glimpse of modern-day Iraq the mass media nevershows us. It provides a portrait of the war-torn country as seen throughthe eyes of the people who live there: a young Sunni orphan who works ina Baghdad garage; Shia fundamentalists as they rally for elections; and afamily of Kurdish farmers, who have at last found some degree of freedom.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/iraqinfragments to download the freeteachers’ resource sheets for this title.The Lost Chronicles: Part 1Oceanic Flight 815 has crashed on an island in the Pacifi c Ocean. Fortyeightpeople have survived, but no one knows where they are. Each day thesurvivors discover more about the island and themselves. Who recordedthe sixteen-year-old radio message that plays over and over again? Arethey alone on the island? And will they be able to escape from the islandand their own pasts?visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/lostchronicles1 to download the freeteachers’ resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775576Book & CDISBN: 9781905775583Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775217Book & CDISBN: 978190577571232Download FREE teachers’ resource sheets for every title at


Level 3 CEF stage B1IntermediateThe Lost Chronicles: Part 2The survivors of the Oceanic Flight 815 crash are fi nding life on the islanddiffi cult and dangerous. And every day there are new mysteries… What isinside the strange hatch in the forest? Who are ‘The Others’ and why didthey take Claire? And will Michael ever manage to build his boat and bringrescuers to the island?visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/lostchronicles2 to download the freeteachers’ resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775224Book & CDISBN: 9781905775729Scholastic ELT ReadersMade in DagenhamThe year is 1968. Rita O’Grady and her friends work as machinists at theFord car factory in Dagenham. It is detailed work, carried out in hot, noisyconditions. So why are the women paid the same as unskilled workers? Isit because the work is unskilled? Or is it because they are women?© Number 9 Films Limited. All Rights Reserved.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/dagenham to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781906861902Book & CDISBN: 9781906861919Michael Jackson BiographyOn June 25th, 2009, Michael Jackson died of a heart attack in a hospitalin Los Angeles. A child star at the age of ten, Michael Jackson went on tobecome one of the biggest stars in the world, selling more records than anyother singer. Read about Michael Jackson’s journey from child star to ‘Kingof Pop’ in this revealing story of an extraordinary life.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/michaeljackson to download the freeteachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775828Book & CDISBN: 9781905775835www.scholasticeltreaders.comPride and Prejudice by Jane AustenMr and Mrs Bennet have fi ve unmarried daughters, and Mrs Bennet’s chiefaim in life is fi nd them husbands. The arrival of Mr Bingley and Mr Darcy,causes much excitement amongst the Bennet sisters. But are Bingley,Darcy and the charming offi cer Wickham all that they fi rst appear to be?Film tie-in edition with Fact Files on Jane Austen, Leisure Time, and Loveand Marriage in Regency England.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/pride to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.The Queen“Tradition prepared her. Change will defi ne her.” Great Britain, 1997.The Labour Party are in power for the fi rst time in eighteen years and, for atime, the mood in Great Britain is buoyant. However, as news of the tragicdeath of Princess Diana rocks the country, Queen Elizabeth II struggleswith her reaction and fi nds herself with diffi cult personal and professionaldecisions to make.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/thequeen to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775101Book & CDISBN: 9781905775118Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775477Book & CDISBN: 978190577548433


Scholastic ELT ReadersLevel 3 CEF stage B1IntermediateSherlock: The Hounds of BaskervilleAs a child, Henry Knight believed he saw a large monster kill his father onDartmoor. Twenty years later, he is sure that the monster is back and hegoes to the brilliant detective Sherlock Holmes for help.A contemporary re-telling of Conan-Doyle’s classic story adapted from theaward-winning BBC series, ‘Sherlock’.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/hounds to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781906861940Book & CDISBN: 9781906861957NEW!Steve Jobs BiographyA mysterious event from Earth’s past nearly starts a war so big that theTransformers alone will not be able to save the planet. Sam Witwicky andthe Autobots must fi ght against the darkness to defend the world from theDecepticons’ evil power.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/jobs to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781908351289Book & CDISBN: 9781908351296NEW!Transformers: The Dark of the MoonA mysterious event from Earth’s past nearly starts a war so big that theTransformers alone will not be able to save the planet. Sam Witwicky andthe Autobots must fi ght against the darkness to defend the world from theDecepticons’ evil power.This title is not available in Japanvisit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/moon to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781908351456Book & CDISBN: 9781908351463NEW!Touching the VoidIn 1985, top mountaineers Joe Simpson and his friend Simon Yates wentclimbing in the Peruvian Andes. After a series of accidents, Simon wasforced to cut the rope which held him and Joe together. At the time, Simonbelieved that he was sending his friend to his death.An inspiring true story about endurance, courage and friendship in the faceof terror and adversity.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/ttv to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Vanity Fair by William Makepeace ThackerayFollow the fortunes of Becky Sharp, one of English literature’s mostcolourful heroines, as she uses her wit, charm and ruthless ambition inan attempt to forge a place for herself in high society. With Fact Files onWilliam Thackeray, the Napoleonic Wars, and Young Men in RegencyEngland.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/vanity-fair to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775088Book & CDISBN: 9781905775095Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775637Book & CDISBN: 978190577564434Download FREE teachers’ resource sheets for every title at


Level 4 CEF stage BUpper-IntermediateAn EducationJenny has just turned sixteen and is determined to escape her stifl ingsuburban homelife by going to Oxford University. When she meetsglamorous older man David, she starts to reassess her life and herambitions… A coming of age story set in 1960s London based on the hit2009 British fi lm.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/education to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781906861001Book & CDISBN: 9781906861018Scholastic ELT ReadersA Lion Called ChristianThis true story, told by Christian’s former owners, Ace and John, followsChristian’s journey from his time as a lion cub living in the King’s Road inLondon to his subsequent return to his natural home in Kenya.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/christian to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775927Book & CDISBN: 9781905775934Cambridge ESOL selected text for 2013 examinationsNowhere BoyThe true story of iconic musician John Lennon, growing up as a rebelliousteenager in 1950s Liverpool.Based on the recent movie by Sam Taylor-Wood.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/nowhereboy to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781906861025Book & CDISBN: 9781906861032Sherlock: A Study in PinkJennifer Wilson is the latest victim in a growing number of suicides andonly one person can help – the brilliant detective Sherlock Holmes. AsSherlock launches an investigation, he becomes caught up in one of themost dangerous cases of his career.A contemporary re-telling of Conan-Doyle’s classic story adapted from theaward-winning BBC series, ‘Sherlock’.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/studyinpink to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Slumdog MillionaireJamal Malik, a street kid from the slums of Mumbai, has been arrested forcheating after answering eight questions correctly on the quiz show WhoWants to be a Millionaire? As Jamal’s story unfolds, it becomes clear to theInspector of Police that the boy’s troubled and chaotic life has provided himwith the answers. Will Jamal succeed in answering the fi nal question…and be reunited with the love of his life, the beautiful Latika?visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/slumdog to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.Book OnlyISBN: 9781906861926Book & CDISBN: 9781906861933NEW!Book OnlyISBN: 9781905775903Book & CDISBN: 9781905775910www.scholasticeltreaders.com35


Scholastic DVD ReadersWelcome to the ScholasticDVD Readers, an excitingnew non-fi ction series!The Scholastic DVD Readers is a brand-new series of non-fi ction gradedreaders, accompanied by up to 30 minutes of DVD material. Based on popularTV factual series and documentary fi lms, the Scholastic DVD Readers presentteenage students with engaging content that covers a range of curriculumcontent areas. The DVD clips expose students to authentic English, supportedby a simplifi ed voiceover and subtitle option.NEW!CommonEuropeanFrameworklevel: A2For teenage studentswho have beenlearning English forat least two years1000headwordsEquivalentto Level 2Scholastic ELTReader36CommonEuropeanFrameworklevel: B1For teenage studentswho have beenlearning English forat least three years1500headwordsWhy choose the Scholastic DVD Readers?Fresh topics, real TV!Each DVD Reader is based on a TV programme or fi lmthat teenage students will fi nd genuinely engaging!Presenters are engaging and subject matter iscompelling, encouraging cross-cultural comparisonand opportunity for class discussion.Easy to useStudents read a chapter, then watch the correspondingDVD clips, completing the DVD activities as they doso. New vocabulary is introduced before each chapter,grouped where possible into lexical sets.Authentic English with full supportEach DVD clip exposes students to authentic English,supported by a carefully simplifi ed voiceover andoptional subtitles.Equivalentto Level 3Scholastic ELTReaderwww.scholasticeltreaders.comFree ActivitiesEach reader contains eight pages of DVD activities,along with self-study and vocabulary review sections.Fact files with every titleFact Files and inset boxes provide supplementarycross-curricular information on the main topic in eachreader. Students extend their knowledge by readingabout subjects as diverse as Italian Renaissance art,the history of Mardi Gras or the life of a Texan cowboy!Conversational language – learn howpeople really speak!The fi nal clip of each DVD presents chunks of colloquiallanguage, accompanied by an activity in the reader.Free Teacher’s Notes withevery ReaderTeacher’s notes containing suggestions on how to useeach reader and a full answer key, are available online.


Explore top UK TV shows and documentaries!New Titles for 2013!Changing WorldLevel 3Content area: Environmental StudiesSea levels are rising and deserts are expanding. The consequencesof climate change are all around us but how much of what we areexperiencing is just part of the planet’s natural rhythms? Are therelessons from the past to be learned and what can we do to protect ourhost planet from the effects of global warming?With DVD material from the BBC Motion Gallery.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/changing to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.ISBN: 9781908351876(PAL & NTSC compatible)Scholastic DVD ReadersEccentric BritainLevel 3Content area: UK Cultural StudiesISBN: 9781908351845(PAL & NTSC compatible)Britain is famous for its creative, colourful and eccentric citizens! Findout all about the ancient Scottish tradition of the ‘Burryman’, meetthe eccentric members of the Monster Raving Loony Party, and joinCaptain Beany for a bath of baked beans!With DVD material from the BBC Motion Gallery.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/eccentrics to download the freeteachers’ resource sheets for this title.999 EmergencyLevel 2Content area: Social StudiesISBN: 9781908351852(PAL & NTSC compatible)Emergency, dial 999. This reader presents four gripping real life emergencysituations: a couple adrift on a rubber dinghy for three months on the Pacifi cOcean; a school football team struck by lightning; a competitor in the VendéeRound the World Yacht Race lost at sea. Each life-threatening situationrequires quick thinking and incredible bravery from those involved.With DVD material from the BBC Motion Gallery.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/999 to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.The British Royal FamilyLevel 2Content area: UK Cultural StudiesISBN: 9781908351869(PAL & NTSC compatible)Queen Elizabeth II is Britain’s longest-serving monarch. This readerexplores the changes that have taken place during her reign, includingthe tragic death of the iconic Princess Diana, and the emergence ofthe ‘new royals’, Prince William, Kate Middleton and Prince Harry.With DVD material from the BBC Motion Gallery.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/royal to download the free teachers’resource sheets for this title.www.scholasticeltreaders.com37


Scholastic DVD ReadersTake Away My TakeawayTake Away My Takeaway is a UK TV series for teenagers. Each week, two teenage fast food addicts get a surprisetrip to the country where their favourite takeaway originates. There they learn how to prepare the authentic version oftheir favourite dish, before serving it up to top food critics and chefs. It’s an experience they’ll never forget!Take Away My Takeaway: Hong KongLevel 2Content area: World studiesTwo teenage fast food addicts travel to Hong Kong in searchof a real Chinese takeaway.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/hongkong to download thefree teachers’resource sheets for this title.ISBN: 9781908351708 (NTSC)ISBN: 9781908351005 (PAL)© DCD Media plc.Take Away My Takeaway: ItalyLevel 3Content area: World studiesTwo teenage pizza lovers travel to Naples in Italy, the home ofthe Margherita pizza.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/italy to download the freeteachers’resource sheets for this title.ISBN: 9781908351715 (NTSC)ISBN: 9781908351012 (PAL)© DCD Media plc.Take Away My Takeaway: New OrleansLevel 3Content area: US Cultural Studies© DCD Media plc.Contains some US English!A teenage girl travels to New Orleans, USA, the home of soulfood, in search of some real Southern fried chicken.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/neworleans to download thefree teachers’resource sheets for this title.ISBN: 9781908351722 (NTSC)ISBN: 9781908351036 (PAL)Take Away My Takeaway: TexasLevel 2Content area: US Cultural Studies38© DCD Media plc.Contains some US English!Two teenage burger addicts travel to a ranch in Texas, USA, insearch of an all-American hamburger.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/texas to download thefree teachers’resource sheets for this title.ISBN: 9781908351739 (NTSC)ISBN: 9781908351029 (PAL)www.scholasticeltreaders.com


Brilliant BritainBrilliant Britain is a UK TV series, presented by popular British celebrities exploring aspects of British culture that,for each of them, make Britain ‘Brilliant’!© DCD Media plc.Brilliant Britain: The SeasideLevel 2Content area: UK Cultural StudiesThe weather in Britain may be unpredictable but the Britishstill love the seaside. British pop legend Suggs leaves thecomfort of his beach hut and takes a tour around the best ofBritain’s beaches. From 21st century beach huts to winter seaswimming and para-karting, there’s a lot going on if you knowwhere to look.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/seaside to download thefree teachers’resource sheets for this title.ISBN: 9781908351760 (NTSC)ISBN: 9781908351050 (PAL)Scholastic DVD ReadersBrilliant Britain: TeaLevel 3Content area: UK Cultural StudiesOver 165 million cups of tea are consumed in Britain everyday. Why is tea so popular? When did it fi rst arrive in Britain?And is there really a correct way to drink it?! Boxing championand tea addict Barry McGuigan travels the UK to fi nd out.© DCD Media plc.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/tea to download thefree teachers’resource sheets for this title.ISBN: 9781908351753 (NTSC)ISBN: 9781908351067 (PAL)Brilliant Britain: BreakfastsLevel 3Content area: UK Cultural StudiesMusician Goldie eats a full English breakfast every morning.He travels to the countryside to fi nd out where his favouritemeal of the day really comes from.© DCD Media plc.visit www.scholasticeltreaders.com/breakfast to download thefree teachers’resource sheets for this title.ISBN: 9781908351746 (NTSC)ISBN: 9781908351043 (PAL)www.scholasticeltreaders.com39


ENGLISHTIMESAVERSIndexJunior English Timesavers(JET)pageJET: Clifford Songs & Chants 42JET: Drama in the Classroom 42JET: Live From London! 42JET: Primary Teachers’ ResourceBook 1 – Red 42JET: Primary Teachers’ ResourceBook 2 – Blue 42JET: Primary Teachers’ ResourceBook 3 – Green 42JET: Projects Across the Curriculum 43JET: Songs & Rhymes 43JET: Speaking Activities 43Culture in the English-SpeakingWorldCustoms and Lifestyles– English-speaking World 44Customs and Lifestyles– UK and Ireland 44Festivals and Special Days in Britain 44For Real! English in EverydaySituations 44Holidays and Special Days in the USA 45London! 45Real Video Timesavers:Teen Life – UK 45English LanguageTeachingWelcome to our comprehensive range of photocopiableresource books for language teaching. We have over50 years’ experience of publishing lively supplementarymaterials for teachers and students worldwide at primary andsecondary levels. We take pride in producing resources whichare tried and tested, easy to use and require little teacherpreparation time. The titles in this Timesaver catalogueprovide hundreds of ready-made lessons for all levels, topicsand age groups, and can be used in accordance with theCommon European Framework of Reference for Languages(CEF). They are ideal for supplementing coursebooks in class,for producing stand alone lessons or self-study tasks. Freedownloadable pages from all our titles are available at ourwebsite www.englishtimesavers.com.Language PracticeVocabulary Activities (Elementary) 46Grammar Activities (Elementary) 4650 Mixed-ability Grammar Lessons 46Visual Grammar 47Vocabulary Activities(Pre-Intermediate-Intermediate) 47Grammar Activities(Pre-Intermediate-Intermediate) 47Phrasal Verbs & Idioms – UK 4740www.englishtimesavers.com


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English TimesaversCAROLYN GRAHAMJunior English Timesavers (JET)CDINSIDE!JET: Clifford Songs and ChantsYOUNG LEARNERSCarolyn GrahamEveryone loves Clifford! This book provides 15 songs and chants allabout Clifford, the big red dog. Pupils can listen, sing along or usethe music-only track to sing by themselves. Fun activities includecolouring, drawing and doing actions to the songs, all ideal for theyoung learner.JET: Drama in the ClassroomYOUNG LEARNERSFiona BeddallThis lively resource book contains a variety of drama activities to suita range of levels and abilities. It is aimed at children from 8 yearsupwards. Activities include action rhymes, games, mimes, jokes andplays, supported by photocopiable cards, masks and puzzles. Step-bystepteacher’s notes accompany each activity, with ideas for furtherexploitation.64 pages plus CDISBN: 978190472040996 pagesISBN 9781904720805BY SARAH JOHNSON ANDFIONA BEDDALLLive fromLondon!JET: Live from LondonYOUNG LEARNERSSarah Johnson & Fiona BeddallWelcome to London! This rich resource contains activities based ontwelve short fi lms about London seen through the eyes of the childrenwho live there. Find out what typical London schools and houses arelike, and see the sights – the River Themes, the London Zoo, Big Benand many more! Full teacher’s notes accompany each lesson.80 pages plus DVDISBN: 978190577581142JET: Primary Teachers’ Resource BooksYOUNG LEARNERSEdited by Karen GrayThese books provide teachers of English with a variety of easy-topreparesupplementary materials for use with young children. Eachbook is packed full of lessons, games, songs, art and craft projectsand worksheets, plus teacher’s notes. Ideas have been tested byteachers, and featured themes give children a real taste of Britishculture.Book 1 – Red Christmas, Myself, AnimalsBook 2 – Blue Homes, Transport, FoodBook 3 – Green Body, Free Time, Holidayswww.englishtimesavers.com32 pages per bookBook 1 – RedISBN 9781900702300Book 2 – BlueISBN 9781900702355Book 3 – GreenISBN 9781900702379FREE LESSONS ONLINE!Download free pages fromour books atwww.englishtimesavers.com


BY NINA LAUDERJunior English Timesavers (JET)JET: Projects Across the CurriculumYOUNG LEARNERSNina LauderThis rich resource contains 24 projects, covering principal curriculumsubjects at primary level: science, maths and social studies. Aimedat children from 8 years upwards, projects are carefully graded intothree levels based on pupils’ language and cognitive levels. Activitiesare motivating and fun, ranging from making musical instruments fromrecycled material to writing coded messages. Photocopiable resourcesheets indicate how to prepare and research each project. SupportsContent and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL).80 pagesISBN 9781904720812English TimesaversANNIE HUGHESJET: Songs & RhymesYOUNG LEARNERSAnnie Hughes46 pages plus CDISBN 9781900702669A comprehensive collection of well-known, traditional songs andrhymes in English for pre-school and primary learners. Includes livelyteaching ideas with worksheets and exercises.28/6/10 12:28:09JET: Speaking ActivitiesYOUNG LEARNERSViv Lambert & Cheryl PelteretA rich resource book providing fun and motivating games to practiseand encourage speaking skills with young learners. Many of theseactivities will involve pair work and the book includes short role-playsand picture stories.JETSpeak4thDraft.pp22-31 16/4/02 1:06 pm Page 22 Steves Mac SteJETSpeak4thDraft.pp22-31 16/4/02 1:06 pm Page 23 Steves Mac St 64 pagesISBN 9781900702676 Language focuseach £2 pocket money to spend and that they havemagazine, toy dinosaur, cake, crisps, felt pens,to decide what they will buy and tell a partner. Getstickersthem to practise by telling you first: I want a …, a… and a …. Vocabulary: sweets, fizzy drink, ice-cream, comic, I want … How much is/are …? Numbers: 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 Pounds and penceMaterials copies of handout G (cut in half) for each pair ofpupilsthey like to spend it on. (Be sensitive aboutdiscussing amounts with the pupils as some arebound to receive more than others, and some maynot receive any at all.)Procedure1 Ask the pupils if they get pocket money and what2 Divide the class into two groups (Group 1 andGroup 2). Hand out a copy of Picture G1 to eachstudent in Group 1 and Picture G2 to each student one pupil is the customer and the other is thein Group 2. It is best if Pupils 1 and 2 are not sitting shopkeeper.near each other at this stage as they need to keeptheir pictures secret.the class.can see: sweets, fizzy drink, ice-cream, comic,magazine, toy dinosaur, cake, crisps, felt pens,stickersGive them one minute to look at the picture, thenget them to turn their pictures face down. In pairs,they should list all the items they can remember incost in their own currency and then teach theEnglish if possible and in L1 if they are unsure ofwords pound(s) and pence. Explain that there are the English.100 pence in a pound. Write some simple prices onthe board and ask pupils to read them out to you:£1, £2, £5, 50p, 80p, 20p, etc.provide the English names of any items they list inL1. The rest of the class ticks off the words on theirown lists and adds any further words at the end.3 Teach the words by asking your pupils what they4 Discuss with the pupils how much the items might5 Put the pupils into pairs so that one has picture G1and one has picture G2. Tell the pupils that some ofthe prices are missing. They need to find out howmuch each item in the shop costs by asking theirpartner: How much is the comic?/How much arethe sweets? and writing down the price on theprice tag. They should check the prices bycomparing pictures at the end: sweets 20p, fizzydrink 50p, ice-cream 80p, comic 60p, toy dinosaur70p, cake 50p, crisps 40p, magazine £1, felt pens90p, stickers 30p6 Tell the pupils that you are going to give them7 Get pupils to tell their partner what they want tobuy. Explain that the partner should add up thetotal amounts and check that it is £2 or less.shopkeeper like the one below, writing prompts onthe board if necessary:Follow-up activity1 Elicit a dialogue between a customer and aA: Hello. How much is an ice-cream?B: 80 pence.A: And how much are these sweets?B: 20 pence.A: Here’s one pound.B: Thank you.2 Pupils can go on to role-play their own dialogues:3 Get volunteers to act out their dialogues in front ofAlternative activity1 Pupils can play a memory game using the picture.2 The pair with the longest list reads it out. Elicit or © MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC.G1G250p20p£150p60p © MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC.30p90p40p70p80pwww.englishtimesavers.comFREE LESSONS ONLINE!Download free pages fromour books atwww.englishtimesavers.com43


INTERMEDIATE – UPPER-INTERMEDIATEPRE-INTERMEDIATE – UPPER-INTERMEDIATEPRE-INTERMEDIATE – UPPER-INTERMEDIATEINTERMEDIATEEnglish TimesaversBY CHERYL PELTERETCustoms & Lifestyle in theEnglish-speaking WorldCulture in the English-Speaking WorldCustoms and Lifestyles in the English-speakingWorldINTERMEDIATE–UPPER-INTERMEDIATE (B1–B2)Cheryl PelteretThis informative resource presents aspects of lifestyle and culturein Australia, Canada, New Zealand and South Africa from a teenageperspective. Each country is viewed through a range of topics,including sport, food and folklore. A CD of the principal texts andinterviews, recorded by native speakers, is included.80 pages plus CDISBN 9781904720980BY JULIA STARR KEDDLE& MARTYN HOBBSCustoms and Lifestyles in the UK and IrelandPRE-INTERMEDIATE–UPPER-INTERMEDIATE (A2–B2)Julia Starr Keddle & Martin Hobbs96 pagesISBN 9781904720133This stimulating resource provides a real insight into everyday culture,customs and lifestyle from the UK and Ireland presented throughactivities, reading texts and communicative games. Topics includeGlastonbury music festival, teenage birthdays, top city guides andmany more.BY MELANIE BIRDSALLFestivals and Special Days in BritainPRE-INTERMEDIATE–UPPER-INTERMEDIATE (A2–B2)Melanie Birdsall96 pagesISBN 9781900702409An enjoyable and engaging introduction to British culture withphotocopiable exercises and activities. This title explores manytraditional celebrations such as Pancake Day, Ramadan and GuyFawkes’ Night plus more contemporary events including the NottingHill Carnival. Students are presented with a rich and detailed picture ofmulti-cultural Britain today.BY MARTYN FORD& DAVE KINGFor Real! English in Everyday SituationsINTERMEDIATE (B1)Martyn Ford and Dave King96 pages plus CDISBN 9781900702232A wealth of reading and listening activities based on a rangeof authentic and semi-authentic references. Activities provideopportunities for discussion about Britain and crossculturalcomparison, as well as practical material for a trip to the UK. Activitiesaid integrated skills development and revise specifi c structures in anenjoyable and meaningful way.44CDINSIDE!www.englishtimesavers.comFREE LESSONS ONLINE!Download free pages fromour books atwww.englishtimesavers.com


ELEMENTARY – INTERMEDIATE28/02/2008 11:47:31Culture in the English-Speaking WorldHolidays and Special Days in the USAELEMENTARY–UPPER-INTERMEDIATE (A1–B2)Jane MylesAn exciting and extensive collection of photocopiable activities tointroduce contemporary US culture to the classroom. Covering allthe important local celebrations, this book presents a representativepicture of multi-cultural USA today. Celebrations covered includeHalloween, Thanksgiving, Hannukah, Cinco de Mayo, Fourth of Julyand many more.96 pagesISBN 9781900702591English TimesaversBY SARAH JOHNSON &JANE MYLESLondon!ELEMENTARY–INTERMEDIATE(A1–B1)Sarah Johnson & Jane Myles80 pages plus freemap of LondonISBN 9781900702980A variety of texts, activities and games based on London life, includingsightseeing, museums, travel and Londoners themselves. Activitiesprovide structured language and vocabulary practice with suggestionsfor follow-up tasks. Topics include Hamley’s toyshop, London footballclubs, Big Ben and the Tower of London.Withfreeposter!Includesa freeposter-sizedmap ofLondonINTERMEDIATE – ADVANCEDREAL VIDEO TIMESAVERSBY BARRY TOMALINReal Video Timesavers: Teen Life – UKINTERMEDIATE– ADVANCED (B1– C1)Barry TomalinBring authentic, motivating material from the UK’s Channel 5 into yourclassroom! Lessons are structured around 5– 8 minute programmeextracts, including teenagers discussing relationships, a soap operaset in a UK school and a crosscurricular science programme. Onscreensupport aids comprehension and the accompanying resourcebook provides extension and self-study activities.64 pages plus DVDISBN 978190472057764 pages plus videoISBN 9781900702249INSIDE!www.englishtimesavers.comFREE LESSONS ONLINE!Download free pages fromour books atwww.englishtimesavers.com45


ELEMENTARY29/04/2008 09:41:4716/8/11 15:40:02English TimesaversAugustsupermarketguitartreestelevisionfootballEDITED BY SUE FINNIE &DANIÈLE BOURDAISVocabularyActivities ELEMENTARYcatFebruarybeachstomach-achedogparkshoppingfluteLanguage PracticeVocabulary ActivitiesELEMENTARY (A1)Sue Finnie & Danièle BourdaisA collection of over 80 motivating and imaginative vocabulary activitiesfor use in the classroom. Covering a wide range of vocabulary topics,these tasks are ideal for presenting and practising vocabulary at lowerlevels. Activities include crosswords, logic problems, personality tests,quizzes, board games, and can be used for self-study, homework orsupplementing course work.96 pagesISBN 9781900702577ELEMENTARYEDITED BYCOLEEN DEGNAN-VENESSGrammarActivities ELEMENTARYGrammar ActivitiesELEMENTARY (A1)Coleen Degnan-Veness96 pagesISBN 9781900702553A collection of over 80 motivating grammar activities for immediateuse in the classroom, ideal for consolidating or recycling the mainelementary grammar structures. Activities include crosswords, logicproblems, personality tests, quizzes, word searches and games in amixture of group activities, pair work and individual tasks.50 Mixed-Ability Grammar LessonsELEMENTARY–INTERMEDIATE (A1–B1)Jane Rollason136 pagesISBN 9781904720072This rich resource provides grammar practice activities for mixedabilityclasses covering elementary, pre-intermediate and intermediatestructures. Each lesson contains three graded levels of activity basedaround each structure. Activities include language games, quizzes andarticles and are suitable for class participation and individual study.46www.englishtimesavers.comFREE LESSONS ONLINE!Download free pages fromour books atwww.englishtimesavers.com


ELEMENTARY – INTERMEDIATEPRE-INTERMEDIATE – INTERMEDIATEPRE-INTERMEDIATE – INTERMEDIATEPRE-INTERMEDIATE – ADVANCED29/04/2008 09:46:4614/03/2008 13:56:52BY MARK FLETCHER &RICHARD MUNNSLanguage PracticeVisual GrammarELEMENTARY–INTERMEDIATE (A1–B1)Mark Fletcher & Richard MunnsA comprehensive collection of main grammar points practisedthrough a series of lively picture prompts. Ideal as consolidation andpractice of recently acquired structures. Activity types include gap fi ll,matching exercises and dialogue completion. Language points coveredrange from elementary structures such as present continuous toupperintermediate tenses such as passives and future perfect.80 pagesISBN 9781904720010English TimesaversVocabularyActivitieswater ski-ingn. a popular water sportshampoon. a liquid for washing hairgo out(with someone)vb. to have a boyfriend or girlfrienddetentionn. extra work after schoolopticiann. someone who looks after your eyesseagulln. a seaside birdBY JULIE WOODWARDyawnvb. we do this his when whentired or bored edwe arevocalistn. a singer in a bandnightlifen. time entertainmentsuch as bars and clubsPRE-INTERMEDIATE –INTERMEDIATEdegreen. something you receive afterstudying at universityrush hourn. the time whenroads are busyVocabulary ActivitiesPRE-INTERMEDIATE–INTERMEDIATE (A2–B1)Julie WoodwardA wide range of topics explored through more than 80 motivating andimaginative vocabulary activities, ideal for presenting and recyclingvocabulary. Activities include crosswords, logic problems, personalitytests, quizzes and board-games, and can be used for used for selfstudy,homework or supplementing course work.80 pagesISBN 9781900702645BY JANE ROLLASONGrammarActivitiesPRE-INTERMEDIATE –INTERMEDIATEGrammar ActivitiesPRE-INTERMEDIATE–INTERMEDIATE (A2–B1)Jane RollasonThis rich collection of over 80 lively and motivating grammar activitiesis perfect for consolidation and practice of the main structures at preintermediateto intermediate level. Activities include crosswords, logicproblems, personality tests, quizzes, word searches and games in amixture of group activities, pair work and individual tasks.80 pagesISBN 9781900702614BY PETER DAINTYPhrasal Verbs& IdiomsPhrasal Verbs & IdiomsPRE-INTERMEDIATE–ADVANCED (A2–C1)Peter DaintyFun and stimulating activities for both presentation and practice of themost commonly used phrasal verbs and idioms in English. Ideal for allclasses and especially for students studying for exams.80 pagesISBN 9781900702621www.englishtimesavers.comFREE LESSONS ONLINE!Download free pages fromour books atwww.englishtimesavers.com47


ELEMENTARYEnglish TimesaversEDITED BY CAMILLA PUNJA& CHERYL PELTERETNew Timesavers forEnglish TeachersCombined SkillsNew Timesavers for English TeachersELEMENTARY (A1)edited by Camilla Punja & Cheryl PelteretThis popular book provides a selection of ready-to-use photocopiableworksheets on topics such as holidays, hobbies, schools and work,as well as realia such as maps and menus. Ideal for extra skills workand further grammar and vocabulary practice. Includes an illustratedgrammar reference.96 pagesISBN 9781900702393Common European Framework AssessmentTestsELEMENTARY–UPPER INTERMEDIATE (A1–B2)Lynda Edwards112 pages plus CDISBN 9781905775422An ideal resource for assessing students’ progress at any stage duringtheir secondary-level English studies, this resource book provides aseries of tests which assess students’ ability against the CommonEuropean Framework descriptors at A1, A2, B1 and B2 levels.4840 Combined Skills Lessons for the CommonEuropean FrameworkELEMENTARY–PRE-INTERMEDIATE (A1–A2)Lynda EdwardsA comprehensive collection of 40 ready-to-go combined skillsworksheets closely adhering to Common European Frameworkdescriptors at levels A1 and A2. Real-life topics and contextualisedskills practice will motivate students, and the ‘Can-do’ checklists at theend of each lesson allow pupils to assess their progress.40 More Combined Skills Lessons for theCommon European FrameworkINTERMEDIATE (B1)Lynda EdwardsThis invaluable resource provides focused, communicative practice ofall four skills for teenage students at Common European Frameworklevel B1. All lessons have vocabulary activities and culminate inspeaking and writing tasks. The ‘Can-do’ checklist at the end of eachlesson allows students to check their progress against CEF descriptors.www.englishtimesavers.com96 pages plus CDISBN 9781904720157112 pages plus CDISBN 9781904720287FREE LESSONS ONLINE!Download free pages fromour books atwww.englishtimesavers.com


PRE-INTERMEDIATE – INTERMEDIATEELEMENTARY – INTERMEDIATEBY GWEN BERWICK ANDSYDNEY THORNEPicturePromptsCombined SkillsPicture PromptsELEMENTARY– INTERMEDIATE (A1– B1)Gwen Berwick & Sidney Thorne96 pages96 pagesISBN 9781900702270English TimesaversLively illustrations act as a prompt for vocabulary and grammarpractice, narrative and descriptive writing and class discussions.Activities are designed to appeal to teenagers as well as being simpleand straightforward to use in the classroom.Project WorkELEMENTARY– INTERMEDIATE (A1– B1)Janet Hardy-Gould96 pagesISBN 9781900702287This title comprises of 15 engaging and motivating projects on variedtopics aimed specifi cally at teenagers, such as “Create a New PopGroup”, “Survive in the Jungle” and “Create a Class Website”. Eachproject contains a worksheet and requires students to practise all fourskills. Students also learn/revise key vocabulary and grammar itemsrelating to their chosen project.BY MARK FLETCHER &RICHARD MUNNSStoryboard: 24 Interactive Stories ThroughPicturesPRE-INTERMEDIATE–INTERMEDIATE (A2–B1)Mark Fletcher & Richard Munns80 pages plus2 CDsISBN 9781904720270With2 CDs!This essential resource contains 24 picture stories each accompaniedby a variety of mixed-skills tasks, culminating in the students writingtheir own version of the story. The stories cover various genresincluding reportage, human-interest and comedy. Includes an audioCD with transcripts.Newspaper Articles to Get Teenagers TalkingUPPER-INTERMEDIATE–ADVANCED (B2–C1)Peter Dainty88 pages88 pagesISBN 9781904720300A stimulating collection of articles from a variety of British newspaperscovering themes from environment and war to food and shopping.Great material to get your students discussing the issues of theday! Activities include vocabulary building, reading comprehension,crosswords, discussions and writing ideas.www.englishtimesavers.comFREE LESSONS ONLINE!Download free pages fromour books atwww.englishtimesavers.com49


BEGINNER – INTERMEDIATEINTERMEDIATE – ADVANCED24/02/2009 10:00:2024/02/2009 10:30:31English TimesaversRead andBY JANE MYLESReactReading & WritingRead & ReactBEGINNER– INTERMEDIATE (pre-A1– B1)Jane MylesThese stimulating, topical reading texts specifi cally aimed at teenagerscover a wide range of topics from celebrities to new technology. Avariety of text types – cartoons, fact fi les, quizzes and articles – arecarefully selected from the Mary Glasgow magazines, Click, Crownand Team. Interactive games, puzzles and exercises ensure maximumexploitation of each text.80 pagesISBN 9781900702188ELEMENTARY – INTERMEDIATEEDITED BY GWEN BERWICKWriting& SYDNEY THORNEActivitiesWriting ActivitiesELEMENTARY– INTERMEDIATE (A1– B1)Gwen Berwick & Sydney Thorne96 pagesISBN 9781900702263Fun with writing for teenage students of English involving a widevariety of different types of writing styles such as text messages,postcards, emails, letters, online chat room writing and more. Thewriting activities refl ect the exercises typically required in the popularKET and PET examinations.INTERMEDIATEPlaysBY JANE MYLESPlaysINTERMEDIATE (B1)Jane Myles80 pagesISBN 9781900702607A collection of 12 short photocopiable plays, presenting situations andproblems relevant to young people. A moral dilemma ends each play,and students choose from possible endings or invent their own. Thebook includes comprehension and follow-up language activities, andteacher’s notes offer suggestions for exploiting the dramatic potentialof the plays in the classroom.EDITED BY EMMA GRISEWOOD& JULIET MEYERSReadingLessonsReading LessonsINTERMEDIATE– ADVANCED (B1– C1)edited by Emma Grisewood & Juliet MeyersA photocopiable collection of topical reading texts specifi callyaimed at teenagers learning English. A wide variety of text typesare accompanied by detailed teaching notes and suggestions forexploitation. Topics include extreme sports, animals, homelessnessand parents.80 pagesISBN 978190070265250www.englishtimesavers.comFREE LESSONS ONLINE!Download free pages fromour books atwww.englishtimesavers.com


UPPER-INTERMEDIATE – ADVANCEDELEMENTARY – PRE-INTERMEDIATE06/03/2008 09:42:0206/03/2008 09:39:33Reading & WritingExtractsUPPER-INTERMEDIATE– ADVANCED (B2– C1)Nigel NewbrookA collection of unsimplifi ed extracts from classical English novelsaccompanied by photocopiable language exploration pages. Themebasedunits include exercises to practise language, reading skills andcomposition, plus further notes on authors and extracts. Teacher’snotes provide ideas for role-play, composition and further discussion.66 pagesISBN 9781900702348English TimesaversBY NIGEL NEWBROOKWITH JACKY NEWBROOKExtracts 2ADVANCED (C1)Nigel Newbrook (with Jacky Newbrook)88 pages plus CDISBN 9781900702225CDINSIDE!A further collection of authentic themed-based extracts from modernand classical English literature, including Bridget Jones’s Diary, Prideand Prejudice, About a Boy, and Captain Correlli’s Mandolin. Extractsare accompanied by background information on authors and novels,as well as activities to practise and develop reading skills, summarytechniques and stylistic appreciation. Ideal for Cambridge CAE, CPEand IELTS examinations.Speaking & ListeningINTERMEDIATE – ADVANCEDEDITED BY JUDITH GREETEDITED BY JUDITH GREETWith2 CDs!With2 CDs!Elementary ListeningELEMENTARY– PRE-INTERMEDIATE (A1– A2)edited by Judith GreetThis book contains a motivating range of communicative activitiesbased on a variety of listening tasks, including lively interviews withBritish teenagers, stories and adapted literary excerpts. Topics rangefrom festivals and holidays to discussions on the environment andmoral dilemmas.Intermediate ListeningINTERMEDIATE– ADVANCED (B1– C1)edited by Judith Greetwww.englishtimesavers.com80 pages plus2 CDsISBN 978190472008996 pages plus2 CDsISBN 9781900702997This book contains a motivating variety of communicative activitiesbased around authentic and semi-authentic listening extracts. Topicsrange from mobile phones, moral dilemmas and addictions to fi ndingthe perfect partner and football hooliganism. Activities are supportedby comprehensive teaching notes with pre- and post-listeningsuggestions.FREE LESSONS ONLINE!Download free pages fromour books atwww.englishtimesavers.com51


ELEMENTARY – INTERMEDIATEPRE-INTERMEDIATE – ADVANCEDPRE-INTERMEDIATE – UPPER-INTERMEDIATE06/03/2008 10:18:1006/03/2008 09:44:24English TimesaversBY BILL BOWLERi/fənetiksɑ fn/iSpeaking & ListeningPronunciation ActivitiesELEMENTARY– INTERMEDIATE (A1– B1)Bill BowlerThis essential resource is full of fun pronunciation activities aiming toimprove students’ fl uency and confi dence, and to equip them with theskills they need to understand and be understood in the world today.A free colour poster of the phonemic chart with accompanying ideasfor exploitation is also included.96 pages plus CDand free posterISBN 9781904720140❝It reminds me of…❞❝I think…❞BY PETER MAGGS &JON HIRD❝If you ask me…❞❝What’s it like?❞Speaking ActivitiesPRE-INTERMEDIATE– ADVANCED (A2– C1)Peter Maggs & Jon HirdA collection of fun speaking activities which will really motivatestudents to communicate in English. Activities include role-plays,dialogues, discussions and speaking games, focusing on specifi clanguage areas as well as general communication.80 pagesISBN 9781900702638Cross-Curricular ActivitiesELEMENTARY – INTERMEDIATEEDITED BYMELANIE BIRDSALLCross-CurricularEnglish ActivitiesCross-curricular English ActivitiesELEMENTARY– INTERMEDIATE (A1– B1)Melanie Birdsall96 pagesISBN 9781900702584An extensive collection of exciting and interactive activities in Englishfor maths, geography, life skills, history and science. Students uselanguage skills to design a town, fi nd out if they are a good friend,or test their knowledge of recycling. A variety of activities presentsubjects in a fun and stimulating way.521509190420051959BY BILL BOWLER &LESLEY THOMPSONBRITISHHISTORYHIGHLIGHTS19121910Withfreeposter!British History HighlightsPRE-INTERMEDIATE– UPPER-INTERMEDIATE (A2– B2)Bill Bowler & Lesley ThompsonThis collection presents highlights of British history in a way whichwill directly appeal to teenage students. Topics include Crazy Kingsand Cool Queens, Worst Wars and Dreadful Disasters. Studentsare prompted to link historical events to present day situations, andpersonal project suggestions are included.www.englishtimesavers.com96 pagesplus free posterISBN 9781904720294FREE LESSONS ONLINE!Download free pages fromour books atwww.englishtimesavers.com


ELEMENTARY – PRE-INTERMEDIATEELEMENTARY – INTERMEDIATEELEMENTARY – INTERMEDIATEELEMENTARY – INTERMEDIATE14/03/2008 14:02:2324/02/2009 10:04:40BY SARAH JOHNSON ANDKATHERINE STANNETTINSIDE!BY KATHERINE STANNETTWITH EMMA GRISEWOODEDITED BY JANE MYLESActivities, Games, Quizzes & RapsCDCDINSIDE!Raps! For Learning EnglishELEMENTARY– PRE-INTERMEDIATE (A1– A2)Sarah Johnson & Katherine StannettELT songs and chants are brought up-to-date with 25 cool raps tosupport lexical and grammatical development.Illustrated activitiesextend language points, with a full index to help you fi nd the right rap.Topics range from “American Cousins” focusing on the differencesbetween the UK and the US, to football, Christmas, Halloween andmany more.More Raps for Learning EnglishELEMENTARY– INTERMEDIATE (A1– B1)Katherine Stannett (with Emma Grisewood)A collection of 25 more raps providing fun and stimulating material touse in the teenage classroom. Raps and accompanying activities willextend students’ vocabulary and give practice in relevant structures.Tasks include quizzes, word searches, crosswords and games as wellas listening activities.GamesELEMENTARY– INTERMEDIATE (A1– B1)edited by Jane MylesDozens of photocopiable, timesaving and motivating activitiessuitable for use in all teaching situations, including mixed abilityclasses, warmers, fi llers or even as homework. The exercises enableconsolidation of newly acquired language whilst having fun withpuzzles and a rich variety of activity types.64 pages plus CDISBN 978190070221864 pages plus CDISBN 978190472042396 pagesISBN 9781900702416English TimesaversBY ANNA SOUTHERN& ADRIAN WALLWORKMind Twisters,Puzzles & GamesMind Twisters, Puzzles & GamesELEMENTARY– INTERMEDIATE (A1– B1)Adrian Wallwork & Anna SouthernA popular collection of authentic games and puzzles adapted for theEnglish language classroom, including lateral thinking problems,quizzes, riddles, jokes, mazes and memory games. Categorised bylanguage point, activities are ideal for practising or consolidating newstructures in a fun, informal way. They can be used as warmers, timefillers or as the basis for a whole lesson.Personality QuizzesELEMENTARY– UPPER INTERMEDIATE (A1– B2)edited by Viv LambertThis book provides 50 engaging personality quizzes covering all areasof teenage interest including love and romance, friendship, travel andadventure, clothes and fashion, family and more. Lexical and structuralindexing makes it easy to fi nd language points to be practised.80 pagesISBN 978190472000380 pagesISBN 9781900702201www.englishtimesavers.comFREE LESSONS ONLINE!Download free pages fromour books atwww.englishtimesavers.com53


Timesaver Interactive SeriesTimesaver Interactive is an exciting new series of interactive whiteboard materials for usein the English Language Teaching classroom. Each title contains twelve ready-to-use lessons, allpacked with motivating activities, aimed at teenage learners and designed to exploit the potentialof the interactive whiteboard. Student worksheets and full teacher’s note accompany each lesson.How to use your Timesaver Interactive1Choose a lessonPrint or photocopy theworksheets3Start the lesson!NEW!2Listening comprehensionVideo activitiesStudents listento the audio anddo an orderingactivity on thewhiteboard.Students watchthe video andanswer thequestions.Vocabulary practiceLanguage learning gamesStudents matchthe words tothe defi nitionsto practise newvocabulary.Grammar activitiesReading activitiesStudents choosethe correctwords to makesentences.Students readthe text on theirworksheets andfi ll in the missinggaps on thewhiteboard.54www.englishtimesavers.com


Timesaver Interactive: Interactive GrammarAuthor: Jane RollasonElementary (A1)Make grammar fun with these engaging interactive whiteboardactivities for elementary English learners. This resource is ideal forintroducing and practising the key grammatical structures introducedat Common European Framework level A1.ISBN: 9781908351678Timesaver Interactive SeriesTimesaver Interactive: Video prompts forclass discussionAuthor: Emma GrisewoodPre-Intermediate - Intermediate (A2–B1)Are you addicted to the Internet? How should schools deal withcyberbullying? And who is your hero? These are just some of thequestions posed in this interactive whiteboard video resource designedto get teenage classes talking. The resource provides a variety of videocontent ranging from from BBC news stories to interviews with UKteenagers, each acting as a springboard into guided discussion andaccompanied by a range of interactive activities.ISBN: 9781908351685Timesaver Interactive: Celebrations in the UKAuthor: Jane RollasonElementary - Pre-Intermediate (A1–A2)What happens on Pancake Day? How do the British celebrateHalloween? And why is the London Marathon one of the UK’s mostpopular sporting events? Teenage classes will love this rich interactivewhiteboard resource that presents the key festivals and events in theUK through a variety of fun interactive activities.ISBN: 9781908351661Timesaver Interactive: Interactive VocabularyAuthor: Sue Finnie and Danièle BourdaisElementary - Pre-Intermediate (A1–A2)Increase your students’ wordpower with this engaging interactivewhiteboard resource. Aimed at teenage classes, topics range fromfashion to food to social media and is an ideal supplement to anycoursebook. Perfect for presentation or practice of key lexical sets.ISBN: 9781908351692www.englishtimesavers.com55


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