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  • Oxford Graded

    2020 ReadeRS

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  • Syllabus & CEFR

    Oxford Bookworms Library

    Starter Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5 Stage 6ookworms Collection Dominoes

    Starter Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Read On! eLIBRARIES

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    Oxford Graded

    2020 Readers

    New for 2020

    OXFORD GOES GREEN Oxford University Press is committed to safeguarding the environment for future generations. As part of this effort, audio CDs accompanying selected titles have been replaced with an access code for downloadable MP3 files.

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    Bookworms S pag. 5

    Bookworms 3 pag. 24

    Bookworms 6 pag. 37

    Bookworms 1 pag. 8

    Bookworms 5 pag. 35

    Dominoes S pag. 40

    Dominoes 1 pag. 42

    The best way to encourage reading is to allow the learner to follow his or her passion in choosing the book. Give the students a choice of titles to read this month, and see if they come back for more. A lifelong habit of reading is developed one book at a time.

    Reading can take you wherever you want to go.

    Encourage your students to read. It is a gift that will last them a lifetime.

  • Oxford Bookworms Library

    • Graded according to the acclaimed Bookworms syllabus.

    • Wide range of Text adaptation and original stories to choose from. With classic and modern fiction, non-fiction and plays, there’s something for everyone.

    • Comprehension and critical thinking activities in every book.

    • Word count on every cover allows students to record progress.

    • Accompanying audio in MP3 format.

    “The most consistent of all series in terms of language control, length, and quality of story.”

    David R. Hill Director of the Edinburgh Project on Extensive Reading ELT Journal Review

    Reduced sample page from Muhammad Ali

    Reduced sample page from The Life and Diaries of Anne Frank

    Read your way to better English

    Starter > 250 HEADWORDS present simple present continuous imperative can/cannot, must going to (future) simple gerunds

    Stage 2 > 700 HEADWORDS present perfect will (future) (don’t) have to, must not, could comparison of adjectives simple time clauses past continuous tag questions ask/tell + infinitive

    Stage 3 > 1.000 HEADWORDS should, may present perfect continuous used to past perfect causative relative clauses indirect statements

    Stage 4 > 1.400 HEADWORDS past perfect continuous passive (simple forms) would conditional clauses indirect questions relatives with where/when clauses of purpose, reason, contrast gerunds after prepositions/phrases

    Stage 5 > 1.800 HEADWORDS future continuous future perfect passive (modals, continuous forms) would have conditional clauses modals + perfect infinitive so/such…that result clauses

    Stage 6 > 2.500 HEADWORDS passive [infinitives, gerunds] advanced modal meanings clauses of concession, condition

    Stage 1 > 400 HEADWORDS past simple coordination with and, but, or subordination with before, after, when, because, so...

    Oxford Graded Readers Syllabus The table below shows the core structures and the number of headwords for each stage of the syllabus for Oxford Bookworms Library and Dominoes.

    Mrs Bennet whispered the news to Mrs Philips, who told all her neighbours in

    Meryton. Everybody soon agreed that the Bennets were the luckiest family in the

    world, although only a few weeks before, when Lydia had run away, they had been

    considered the most unfortunate. Pride and Prejudice

    If he had spoken Estella’s name, I would have hit him. I was so angry with him, and so depressed about my future,

    that I could not eat the breakfast. Instead I went straight to the old house.

    Great Expectations

    I was glad. Now Hyde could not show his face to the world again. If he did, every

    honest man in London would be proud to report him to the police.

    Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

    Of course, it was most important that no one should see Colin, Mary, or Dickon entering

    the secret garden. So Colin gave orders to the gardeners that they must all keep away from that

    part of the garden in future. The Secret Garden

    While I was writing these words in my diary, I decided what to do. I must try to escape. I shall try to get down the wall outside. The window is high above the ground, but I have to try. I shall

    take some of the gold with me – if I escape, perhaps it will be helpful later.

    Dracula

    I knew him in Persia. He was a famous builder and I worked with him there.

    For a time I was his friend, but not for long. When he came to Paris, I came after him – I

    wanted to watch him. He was a very clever, very dangerous man.

    The Phantom of the Opera

    An hour later, Kenny comes down to eat. “I’m hungry” he thinks. He sees a girl arrive on a motorcycle. She walks

    to the front desk, and the woman gives her a key. “Room seventeen”, says the woman at the desk. “I think I know

    her face”, thinks Kenny. “Is she somebody famous?” Girl on a Motorcycle

    C1

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  • ‘Sing to Win’ is the biggest programme on TV - everyone watches it and every singer wants to win it. Sofia loves singing, so she goes to an audition for ‘Sing to Win’ - and makes friends with Emma. Emma is a very good singer, too, and soon there are stories about the two friends on TV and online. But not all the stories are true - and suddenly, being friends is not easy...

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    Police TV

    The Mystery of Manor Hall

    Tim Vicary

    Jane Cammack

    978 0 19 462028 4 BK + MP3

    978 0 19 462031 4 BK + MP3

    Girl on a Motorcycle

    The Girl with Green Eyes

    John Escott

    FANTASY & HORROR

    New York Café

    Michael Dean 978 0 19 462027 7 BK + MP3

    John Escott

    978 0 19 462023 9 BK + MP3

    978 0 19 462024 6 BK + MP3

    The Girl with Red Hair

    Orca

    Christine Lindop

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    FULL-COLOUR ILLUSTRATIONS TO SUPPORT THE STORY

    AVERAGE WORD COUNT: 1,375

    Robin Hood

    978 0 19 423416 0 BK € 5,00

    HUMAN INTEREST

    John Escott

    Sing to Win

    Andrea Sarto 978 0 19 462436 7 BK + MP3

    978 0 19 463731 2 BK + MP3 978 0 19 462030 7 BK + MP3 Phillip Burrows and Mark Foster

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    Sally’s Phone

    Christine Lindop 978 0 19 462025 3 BK + MP3

    BOOKWORMS LIBRARY STAGE 1

    CEFR A1/A2

    400 HEADWORDS

    AVERAGE STORY LENGTH: 40 PAGES

    AVERAGE WORD COUNT: 5,200

    978 0 19 462035 2 BK + MP3

    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Retold by Jennifer Bassett

    Sherlock Holmes and the Duke’s Son

    BEST SELLER

    CRIME & MYSTERY

    978 0 19 462049 9 BK + MP3 Rowena Akinyemi

    Love or Money?

    Jennifer Bassett 978 0 19 463746 6 BK + MP3

    Shirley Homes and the Cyber Thief

    CRIME & MYSTERY

    978 0 19 462036 9 BK + MP3

    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Retold by Jennifer Bassett

    Sherlock Holmes and the Sport of Kings

    CLASSICS

    Mark Twain Retold by Nick Bullard 978 0 19 462032 1 BK + MP3

    The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

    BEST SELLER

    Thomas Hardy Retold by Jennifer Bassett 978 0 19 463752 7 BK + MP3

    The Withered Arm

    978 0 19 462029 1 BK + MP3

    HUMAN INTEREST

    Rosemary Border

    The Fifteenth Character

    978 0 19 463733 6 BK + MP3

    THRILLER & ADVENTURE

    Phillip Burrows and Mark Foster

    Last Chance

    978 0 19 462026 0 BK + MP3

    THRILLER & ADVENTURE

    Rosemary Border

    Drive into Danger

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