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Picture - Garnet Education
CoNteNts
SCHOOLS
Catalogue 2012
Catalogue of teachiNg materials 2012
Pre-school
Sunshine 2
PriMARy
Gateway Picture Dictionary 6
10
Tests & EXAMS
Talking Trinity Initial Stage 12
Talking Trinity Elementary Stage 13
UPPER SECONDARY
Starting Skills 14
Building Skills, Developing Skills 15
CLASSROOM RESOURCES
English Practice Grammar 16
Fast Track to Reading 18
Past Simple 19
How Idioms Work 20
Versatile Vocabulary, Get Going with Grammar 21
READERS
Garnet Oracle Readers 22
HOW TO GET GARNET EDUCATION BOOKS
Agents, Bookshops and Suppliers 25
AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX
Author/Title Index 31
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Pre-school
WINNER
SUNSHINE
Sing
The Duke of Edinburgh
English-Speaking Union
English Language Award
‘Best Entry for Children’
2011
Say
a New, iNNovative aNd beautifully illustrated three-level series to teach eNglish to childreN aged 3-5
by marta graciela garci a lorea aNd elida beatriz messiNa . illustrated by doug Nash
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Color
Key Features
Point
• American English throughout
Glue
Count
• Content-based, developing listening, speaking and pre-literacy skills
through pictures, art and music
• Encourages learning, fun and curiosity
• Makes use of ‘Whole-Brain’ learning, immersing children in interactive
activities to facilitate long-term learning
• Uses the ‘Total Physical Response’ (TPR) method, encouraging students
to respond with actions and movements, not forcing them to speak
English before they are ready
• Fosters foreign language and phonemic awareness
• Uses familiar topics and settings to build a positive, confident attitude
in a life-long learning process
• Develops student’s imagination, creativity and motor skills
• Flexible material provides 80–120+ hours per level
2
Pre-school
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SCHOOLS
Catalogue 2012
StudeNt’s Book
• Beautiful, full-colour illustrations
• Spiral-bound for durability and ease of use
• Eight theme-based units
Unit 1 At School
Lesson 1
• Two review units
• Eight lessons per unit
• Gradual level-by-level introduction of written language
• End-of-year Diploma
SUNSHINE Icons
7
Unit 1
BIG
BOOK
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SoNg CD fo r
studeNt home us
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StudeNt-frieNdly
cha racter icoNs
iNstruct studeN
ts
ersion
ava
c l a s si l a b l e f o r
room
use
Cut-out
actioN puppets
Activity Book
97
Listen
stuo-tuc steppuP
• Design and structure closely correlated to Student’s Book
• Pages combine with pages in Student’s Book to create
tear-out mini-book
Lesson 7
• Hands-on activities reinforce language learning
• Develops concentration and problem-solving skills
• Boosts confidence and coordination
• Cut-outs and puppets with linked activities
• Level 1 includes colour stickers
Draw
Match each child to a balloon. Glue glitter on the balloons.
Unit 2
21
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SUNSHINE
teacher’s Book
• Comprehensive teacher’s guide, unifying all the series
components
• Detailed lesson guidance brings structure and routine
to the classroom
• Step-by-step instructions are particularly helpful for
non-specialist teachers
• Miniatures of Student’s Book pages make guidance
easy to follow
• ‘What you need’ section lists everything the teacher
needs for the lesson
• Tips and suggestions on:
Materials
Classroom management
Teaching techniques
Ways of practising language
RESOURCE PACK
This imaginative and fun-filled Resource Pack contains:
• Height Chart
• Birthday Chart
• Song CD with over 20 songs and chants
• Class CD with listening activities, including conversations, nursery rhymes,
songs and chants
• Numbered flashcards: 48 for Levels 1 and 2, 96 for Level 3
• Resource Book with additional ideas for teaching and classroom management
• Resource Book audio material
Sunshine level 3 Course CD AW_Layout 1 24/03/2011 11:32 Page 2
Sunshine 3
Sunshine level 3 Course CD AW_Layout 1 24/03/2011 11:32 Page 1
Song CD
n e te 3
air n
Sunsh
E D U C A T I O N
All rights reserved © 2011 Garnet Publishing Ltd.
ISBN: 978 1 85964 591 8
Class CD
a r n e t
E D U C A T I O N
All rights reserved © 2011 Garnet Publishing Ltd.
ISBN: 978 1 85964 614 4
4
Pre-school
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SCHOOLS
Catalogue 2012
big Book
• Contains selected pages from the Student’s Book, enlarged for classroom use
• Works like a flipchart, complete with stand for easy construction
Sunshine, described by the Duke of Edinburgh English-Speaking
Union English Language Award judges as “having well-executed
materials with an appropriate emphasis on both aural and
visual learning for pre-literate children ... engaging, visually
stimulating ... immediately grabbed attention with its colour,
characters and recycling of language in fun and realistic ways
for young learners ... motivating and stimulating.”
WINNER
The Duke of Edinburgh
English-Speaking Union
English Language Award
‘Best Entry for Children’
2011
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
-
and Elida Beatriz MessiNa are experienced and successful ELT
professionals who have worked as authors, teachers, academic consultants, teacher trainers and
curriculum designers. Marta was Supervisor for Pre-school level for the Ministry of Education in
Argentina, and has written a number of ELT publications. Elida devotes herself to developing materials,
research and writing in the world of ELT. She has worked for several publishers in a variety of roles.
Marta Graciela Garci a Lorea
experience as an illustrator, gained through working for a variety of companies, enables
him to adapt his style to suit a wide range of publications. His speed and attention to detail are both
vital in keeping to busy schedules and his ability to capture movement and expression provide a solid
foundation of good illustration.
DOUG NASH’S
Sunshine – Level 1
Student’s Book & Song CD . ................
Activity Book ......................................
Teacher’s Book .................................
Resource Pack ..................................
Big Book . ..........................................
978 1 85964 535 2
978 1 85964 586 4
978 1 85964 587 1
978 1 85964 609 0
978 1 85964 654 0
Sunshine – Level 2
Sunshine – Level 3
Student’s Book & Song CD . ................ 978 1 85964 588 8
Activity Book ...................................... 978 1 85964 589 5
Teacher’s Book ................................. 978 1 85964 590 1
Resource Pack ................................... 978 1 85964 613 7
Big Book . .......................................... 978 1 85964 665 6
Student’s Book & Song CD . ................. 978 1 85964 591 8
Activity Book ...................................... 978 1 85964 592 5
Teacher’s Book ................................. 978 1 85964 593 2
Resource Pack ................................... 978 1 85964 614 4
Big Book . .......................................... 978 1 85964 694 6
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PrIMARY
GATEWAY
aN exCitiNg six-level elemeNtary eNglish course
by jeaNette greeNwell aNd stepheN lawreNce .
from true begiNNer level: cef a1 to lower INTERMEDIATE level: cef b1
Key Features
6
• American English throughout
• Provides up to 120 hours of material per level
• Perfect balance of the four language skills
• Teaches real-world English
• Lively and functional, with a balanced grammar approach
• Gradual progression builds confidence
• Prepares students for Cambridge KET exams
• Age-appropriate texts and fun characters
• Enables thought, reflection and reaction in English
• Familiar and fantastical settings
PRIMARY
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SCHOOLS
STUDENTS BOOK
Catalogue 2012
Gateway 1 Audio CD aw_Layout 1 21/06/2010 15:55 Page 1
Ten units per level, plus two review units, with five lessons per unit:
• Lessons 1 and 2 introduce vocabulary and grammar
Audio CD
• Lessons 3 and 4 focus on reading and listening skills
CD 1:
tracks 1–52
• Lesson 5 reinforces learning through songs and games
• Writing projects are introduced in higher levels
a r n e t
• Group activities encourage teamwork and cooperation
E D U C A T I O N
All rights reserved © 2010 Garnet Publishing Ltd.
ISBN: 978 1 85964 573 4
• Also contains motivational stickers and an end-of-year certificate
• Includes audio CDs
flashcards
• Available for Levels 1 and 2
• 127 cards per level
teacher’s Book
Carefully designed to help primary
level teachers of English deliver
lessons easily and with confidence.
Provides:
• Detailed teaching notes
• Clear objectives and stages
for each lesson
• Ideas for additional activities
INteractive cd-rom
• Includes eBook of Student’s
Book with in-built audio
• Levels 1 and 2 each have over 30 interactive activities
• Activities are correlated to and designed to support the Student’s Book content
• Reinforces specific language, grammar and vocabulary points through engaging and
enjoyable games, puzzles and challenges
• Teacher-led, and designed for use in classrooms on Interactive Whiteboards
• Can also be used on PCs or Macs
• Levels 3 and up in development
activity Book
Reinforces content and includes
activity-linked cut-outs.
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GATEWAY FEATURES
gateway to:
Look! Boxes
highlight
aNd explaiN
grammar
rules simply
• Math
• Social Studies
• Values
• Art
• Drama
• Music
• Group Activities
Provides links to other areas of the curriculum
and promotes social and moral values
gateway teaches readiNg
aNd writiNg through:
• Spelling and writing practice
• Age-appropriate reading texts
spelliNg aNd
writiNg practice
• Phonics
Topic-based uNits
teach clear
vocabulary sets
lessoN 5 of each uNit
reinforces language and skills through songs and games. Gateway teaches listening and
speaking through:
• Songs and chants
SONGS
Stickers
• Stories
• Audio presentations
• Communicative practice sessions
Unit 3
Unit 2
Unit 1
YOU’RE
COOL!
FANTASTIC!
GAMES
Unit 2 The Pet Store
I caN ... sectioNs eNcourage
Stictoke
rs
studeNts
reflect
oN what they caN do, Not
test what they caN’t
Name Pets
Look and write 3 or 7.
1.
snake
spider
2.
bird
owl
3.
ant
lizard
4.
cat
fish
5.
mouse
dog
Unit 1
Colourful stickers
aNd eNd-of-year
certificate act
as motivatioN
Talk about the Pets
Look at the previous exercise. Write sentences.
1. It isn’t a snake.
It’s a spider.
2.
.
.
3.
.
.
4.
.
.
5.
.
.
Unit 6
Unit 5
Unit 4
You’re the
has successfully completed:
UnitIA2NT!
BRILL
FANTASTIC!
Unit 3
Unit 8
Unit 7
BRAVO!
Date
YOU’RE
COOL!
Teacher
111
17
8
PrIMARY
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CONGRATULATIONS!
Unit 4
Unit 5
Un
Uni
t it610
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You’re the top!
SCHOOLS
Catalogue 2012
teacher’s Book
CorrespoNdiNg
page from
studeNt’s book
each lessoN
provides:
• Objectives
• Materials required
• Vocabulary
• Functions
• Language
also iNcludes
• Methodology notes and tips
in the Teacher’s Knowledge Bank
• Full answers to all activities
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
and STEPHEN LAWRENCE are knowledgeable academics in the teaching of English as
a second and foreign language. Both have extensive experience in this field and over 15 years’ experience
as teachers. Jeanette and Stephen are also consultants for the British Council in Mexico.
JEANETTE GREENWELL
Gateway – Level 1
Gateway – Level 2
Gateway – Level 3
Student’s Book & audio CDs (x3) . ....... 978 1 85964 596 3
Activity Book ....................................... 978 1 85964 597 0
Teacher’s Book & eBook ................... 978 1 85964 598 7
Flashcards ........................................ 978 1 85964 695 3
Interactive CD-ROM ........................... 978 1 90757 592 1
Student’s Book & audio CDs (x3) . ....... 978 1 85964 599 4
Activity Book ...................................... 978 1 85964 600 7
Teacher’s Book & eBook ................... 978 1 85964 601 4
Interactive CD-ROM ........................... 978 1 90757 551 8
Gateway – Level 4
Gateway – Level 5
Gateway – Level 6
Student’s Book & audio CDs (x3) . ........ 978 1 85964 610 6
Activity Book ....................................... 978 1 85964 611 3
Teacher’s Book & eBook .................... 978 1 85964 612 0
Interactive CD-ROM ........................... 978 1 90757 552 5
Student’s Book & audio CDs (x3) . ....... 978 1 85964 669 4
Activity Book ....................................... 978 1 85964 670 0
Teacher’s Book & eBook .................... 978 1 85964 671 7
Interactive CD-ROM .......................... 978 1 85964 666 3
Student’s Book & audio CD (x1) . .......... 978 1 85964 672 4
Activity Book ....................................... 978 1 85964 673 1
Teacher’s Book & eBook .................... 978 1 85964 674 8
Interactive CD-ROM .......................... 978 1 85964 667 0
Student’s Book & audio CDs (x2) . ........ 978 1 85964 573 4
Activity Book ...................................... 978 1 85964 594 9
Teacher’s Book & eBook ................... 978 1 85964 595 6
Flashcards ........................................ 978 1 85964 692 2
Interactive CD-ROM ........................... 978 1 90757 591 4
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PRIMARY PICTURE DICTIONARY
OVER 600 key words for primary studeNts of eNglish
illustrated by jaNette loudeN
restaurant
23
18
1
bill
10
friend
19
pepper
2
bottle
11
fries
20
pizza
3
bowl
12
glass
21
plate
4
burger
cake
card
13
ice
juice
knife
22
present
restaurant
salad
chips/crisps
cup
fork
16
menu
milkshake
party
25
party
5
6
cake
7
5
8
bill
1
9
cup
14
15
17
18
23
24
26
salt
spoon
8
2
bottle
burger
10
17
glass
12
14
friend
juice
22
13
menu
plate
16
ice
present
card
6
4
milkshake
fork
fries
bowl
3
chips/crisps
spoon
7
salad
21
knife
11
9
15
salt
pepper
25
19
26
20
24
pizza
29
28
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• Comprehensive index of words and their pronunciation –
organised both by topic and alphabetically – helps the
reader to find words easily
Picture
Primary
Primary
te
• Words selected using ‘Waystage’, the Council of
Europe’s language targets for English learners
Primary Picture Dictionary
• Vibrant and colourful pictures illustrate over 600 words
arranged into 30 topic spreads
In
Key Features
Dictionary
The Primary Picture Dictionary is a beautifully illustrated
dictionary of more than 600 key words for Primary students
of English. It has been specially designed to appeal to young
learners throughout the world.
The selection of lexical items has been made using Waystage,
and is based on Garnet Education’s extensive experience of
producing materials for Primary education.
There are two sections (Opposites and Verbs) at the back
of the book that feature adjectives and verbs alphabetically.
CD-ROM included
The vocabulary is grouped in a number of broad themes,
and low-frequency words have been avoided. Words have
sometimes been included on the basis of association rather
than strict categorization, since children do not always
categorize items in the same way as adults.
Comprehensive indexes at the back of the book help
readers to locate words and serve as a useful tool for
the teacher. Pronunciation guides are also included.
E D U C A T I O N
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G A R N E T E D U C AT I O N
a r n e t
a r n e t
E D U C A T I O N
Illustrated by
Janette Louden
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Primary Picture Dictionary
with CD-ROM ...................................... 978 1 85964 819 3
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TalkiNg TriNity
iNitial stage
Test preparatioN material for the iNterNatioNal TriNity ESOL spokeN examiNatioNs,
which are takeN iN over 60 couNtries arouNd the world
Jeremy WaleNN . Levels: BegiNNer to pre-iNtermediate / CEF Levels A1 to A2 / IELTS 2.0-3.5
•Incorporating changes to the Trinity
2010–2013 GESE syllabus
LESSONS INCLUDE:
GRADE 1
• What’s your name?
• Open the door
• What colour is it?
GRADE 2
• Days of the week
• In the family
• Friends
GRADE 3
• What do you study?
• Tell me about your town
• Where is your classroom?
Talking Trinity: Initial Stage
Student’s Book & audio CD Grade 1 .............
Student’s Book & audio CD Grade 2 .............
Student’s Book & audio CD Grade 3 .............
Student’s Book & audio CD ..........................
(Combined Grades 1-3)
Teacher’s Book (Combined Grades 1-3) .......
978 1 85964 615 1
978 1 85964 616 8
978 1 85964 617 5
978 1 85964 618 2
978 1 85964 623 6
Not for sale in Italy or Canton Ticino, Switzerland
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TalkiNg TriNity
elemeNtary stage
Test preparatioN material for the iNterNatioNal TriNity ESOL spokeN examiNatioNs,
which are takeN iN over 60 couNtries arouNd the world
Jeremy WaleNN . Levels: Pre-iNtermediate to iNtermediate / CEF Levels A2 to B1 / IELTS 3.5-5.0
•Incorporating changes to the Trinity
2010–2013 GESE syllabus
LESSONS INCLUDE:
GRADE 4
• School’s out
• Memorable meals
• Shop around
GRADE 5
• Dream machines
• Going for gold
• Present time
GRADE 6
• Season tickets
• In great shape
• On the ball
Talking Trinity: Elementary Stage
Student’s Book & audio CD Grade 4 .............. 978 1 85964 619 9
Student’s Book & audio CD Grade 5 .............. 978 1 85964 620 5
Student’s Book & audio CD Grade 6 .............. 978 1 85964 621 2
Student’s Book & audio CD ........................... 978 1 85964 622 9
(Combined Grades 4-6)
Teacher’s Book (Combined Grades 4-6) ........... 978 1 85964 624 3
Not for sale in Italy or Canton Ticino, Switzerland
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UPPER SECONDARY
StartiNG skills LEvels 1 & 2
a SKILLS COURSE providiNg immediate access for false begiNNers to study academic skills
by terry phillips aNd aNNa phillips . false begiNNer to elemeNtary / cef levels a1 to a2 / ielts 2.0-3.0
In order to make sure learners improve all their skills,
Starting Skills targets each skill separately so that teachers
and students can focus on the areas that matter to them.
Starting Skills 1 and 2 are ideal for false beginners, for
example, those students who have not achieved their full
potential in English at school.
Key Features
• Encourages beginners to study academic English from the start
• Listening texts with a maximum of 400 words
• Reading texts with a maximum of 250 words
• Speaking and writing tasks using short paragraphs
• Grammar syllabus based on student needs; a thorough foundation
in sentence grammar, using colour-coding for clarity
• Clearly planned vocabulary development, building key semantic
relationships vital for lexical cohesion
• simple informat
ion
presented in an
adult context
• clear, scaffolded
tasks
Audio
i
w i t h Cn c l u d e d
o
Book urse
Wo r k b a n d
throu ook
g
the se hout
ries
Starting Skills 1
Course Book & audio CDs (x3)............. 978 1 85964 602 1
Workbook & audio CD (x1) ................ 978 1 85964 603 8
Teacher’s Book ................................. 978 1 85964 604 5
Starting Skills 2
Course Book & audio CDs (x4).............. 978 1 85964 606 9
Workbook & audio CD (x1) ................ 978 1 85964 607 6
Teacher’s Book ................................. 978 1 85964 608 3
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buildiNG skills LEvels 1 & 2
prepariNg studeNts for college aNd uNiversity eNglish laNguage programmes
by terry phillips aNd aNNa phillips . iNtermediate to upper iNtermediate / cef levels b1 to b2 / ielts 4.0-5.5
Building Skills 1 and 2 are designed for
• clear, scaffolded
tasks
students attending college or university
for successful re
ading
foundation courses or studying English as
development
part of their university courses. Students • pre-r
eading task with
in
can use these materials to develop their
lesson, reading re
so
ur
ces
English in the context of academic study
in separate sectio
n
at the key level of CEF B1 to B2.
Key Features
• Key vocabulary introduced in the context of
the lesson topic, to ensure success in skills
development
• Listening texts increase over the two levels
to a maximum of 800 words
• Reading texts increase in length and difficulty
to a maximum of 500 words, with a separate
section for longer reading passages
Building Skills 1
Course Book & audio CDs (x3)..................... 978 1 85964 631 1
Workbook & audio CDs (x2) ...................... 978 1 85964 632 8
Teacher’s Book ......................................... 978 1 85964 633 5
• Speaking tasks are combined with writing
assignments to encourage paragraph
writing up to ten paragraphs in length
Building Skills 2
Course Book & audio CDs (x3)..................... 978 1 85964 635 9
Workbook & audio CDs (x2) ...................... 978 1 85964 636 6
Teacher’s Book ......................................... 978 1 85964 637 3
• Clear grammar input supports skills
development; comprehensively revises
grammar arising throughout the units
developiNG skills LEvels 1 & 2
prepariNg studeNts for college aNd uNiversity eNglish laNguage programmes
by terry phillips aNd aNNa phillips . upper iNtermediate / cef level b2 / ielts 5.0-6.0
Developing Skills 1 and 2 are ideal for
students at an upper-intermediate level
who may also need to access English
for research or who are preparing for
English-medium study.
Key Features
• Integrated unit structure focuses on two
skills per unit, to provide extended practice
• tasks involve stud
ent in
development of to
pic
• systematic
development of
vocabulary
• Topics structure organized to provide more
in-depth skills development
• Listening texts increase over the two levels
to a maximum of 1,000 words
• Reading texts increase in length and
difficulty to a maximum of 700 words, with a
separate section for longer reading passages
Developing Skills 1
• Speaking tasks combine with writing
development, leading to short essay-type
writing assignments
Developing Skills 2
• Workbooks provide further skills development
Course Book & audio CDs (x4)...................... 978 1 85964 638 0
Workbook & audio CDs (x2) ...................... 978 1 85964 639 7
Teacher’s Book ......................................... 978 1 85964 640 3
Course Book & audio CDs (x4)...................... 978 1 85964 641 0
Workbook & audio CDs (x2) ...................... 978 1 85964 642 7
Teacher’s Book ......................................... 978 1 85964 643 4
Test packs available for all titles: For ordering
information, contact [email protected]
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CLASSROOM RESOURCES
NEW
EDITIO
N
ENGLISH PRACTICE GRAMMAR
a popular format with teachers for classroom or self-study use
michael macfarlaNe . levels: pre-iNtermediate to iNtermediate / cef levels a2 to b1 / ielts 3.0-4.0+
English Practice Grammar contains the essential grammar
for successful communication in English up to and including
intermediate level. It is designed as a complete reference
grammar for all students of English studying up to this level.
English Practice Grammar is a reference and practice book in
one. It is perfect for both self-study and for use in the classroom.
“... learNer-frieNdly, compreheNsive
aNd affordable.”
Sandie Warren, Concorde International
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SCHOOLS
Key Features
• Brand-new, full-colour layout
• Twelve new units, making a total of 100 units
• Now includes an exit test
• Easy-to-use and straightforward layout enables
students to find information quickly
• Grammatical points illustrated by authentic examples
from everyday life
• Appendix includes irregular verbs, pronunciation and
spelling tips
Catalogue 2012
E.P.G.
English
Practice
Grammar
English Grammar with Exercises
Michael Macfarlane
English Practice Grammar
International edition (with answers) ............. 978 1 85964 688 5
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FAST TRACK TO READING:
ACCELERATED LEARNING for efl aND ESOL STUDENTS
aN accelerated learNiNg programme for adult learNers of eNglish uNfamiliar with the romaN alphabet
by peter viNey . begiNNer / cef level A1 / ielts 2.0-3.0
• activities link
sound and script
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Key Features
F A S
T
T R A C K
• For students who are learning to read in English and students
who cannot cope with reading at speed
R E A D
• Accelerates learning in a programmed manner
• Audio CDs for further self-study or homework
• Comprehensive teaching notes
• Introduction in four languages: Arabic, Farsi, Mandarin and Urdu
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Fast Track to Reading is an accelerated reading programme designed for adult learners of English who
are not readily able to read the Roman alphabet. It can be used for students who cannot read at all and for
students who cannot cope with reading at speed.
It is designed for adult learners of English who already have a concept of reading: those who can read and
write in a linear phonetic language such as Arabic or Farsi, and those who are conversant with pictographic
languages such as Mandarin or Cantonese. However, it can also be used with students who have yet to gain
a concept of reading.
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Fast Track to Reading can be used before starting a course where reading is an integral element, or as a
reading element in parallel with a simple starter-level course. In mixed-ability classes where only some
students are unfamiliar with the English alphabet, the programme can be used for self-study outside class.
Topics include:
Numbers
One-sound, one-letter combinations
More common regular and irregular representations of sounds and groups of sounds, including vowels
and diphthongs
Work on vowels, alternating with work on consonants
• One-sound, one-letter combinations
• More common regular and irregular representations of sounds
and groups of sounds, including vowels and diphthongs
• Work on vowels alternating with work on consonants
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T R A C K
T O
R E A D
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Accelerated Learning for
EFL and ESOL Students
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Course Book
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Components:
ISBN: 978 1 85964 489 8
ISBN: 978 1 85964 513 0
cot
Peter Viney
www.garneteducation.com
• printable
flashcards
on Teacher’s
CD-ROM
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G A R N E T E D U C AT I O N
• Numbers
F A S
Peter Viney started teaching English in 1971. He is the co-author of many popular textbook
series in both British English and American English, including Streamline and IN English. He
has also co-authored thirteen video courses and is the author of self-study video-led materials.
Peter was series editor of the Storylines series of graded readers, for which he has written many
graded readers. He has maintained a major interest in extensive reading. In the 1980s, he
co-wrote Learn English Handwriting and Basic English Reading Programme – designed to teach
initial writing and reading to students from non-Roman alphabet cultures. Peter has recently
revisited this area and the result is Fast Track to Reading.
Fast Track to Reading Course Book
Fast Track to Reading Teacher’s Book
TOPICS INCLUDE
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Peter Viney
• Contains global reading to enhance relevance and motivation
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Course Book
• Can be used in parallel with a simple starter-level English course
cat
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Fast Track to Reading Accelerated Learning for EFL and ESOL Students
• Designed to facilitate decoding of Roman script
Fast Track to Reading
Course Book & audio CDs (x5) ................. 978 1 85964 489 8
Teacher’s Book & flashcards CD-ROM . .... 978 1 85964 513 0
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PAST SIMPLE:
SCHOOLS
Catalogue 2012
LEARNiNG ENGLiSh THROUGH BRiTiSH HiSTORY AND CULTURE
a flexible classroom resource for studeNts iNterested iN british history aNd culture
david roNder aNd peter thompsoN . upper iNtermediate / cef level b2+ / ielts 5.5+
NEW
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for able
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A fascinating and informative introduction to British history and culture that should find a
place on the bookshelves of all language schools and institutes. The language is carefully
graded to ensure the information is accessible to intermediate students and above;
step-by-step activities help guide understanding. The course comes with a wealth of
supplementary information to add colour and background to the story of Britain.
P
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A
Simple
Learning English through British History & Culture
UNITS – CHRONOLOGICAL CHAPTERS
Thematic chapters
• Civilizing the barbarians: The Romans in Britain
• 1066 and all that: The Norman Conquest
• From barons to ballot box: The long road
to democracy
• Majesty and marriages: King Henry VIII
• The Bard of Avon: William Shakespeare
• Good Queen Bess: Elizabeth I
• The sun never set: The British Empire
• Roundheads and Cavaliers: The English Civil War
• A special relationship? Britain and the USA
• Fire and plague: Samuel Pepys’ London
• A funny old game: Cricket
• The longest reign: The Victorians
• Seen and not heard: British childhood
• A long way from Tipperary: World War I
• Auld enemies: England and Scotland
• Britain can take it: The Blitz
• That cloud in the West: Ireland
• From the cradle to the grave: The welfare state
• A safe haven? Immigration to Britain
• Cultural revolution: The swinging sixties
• An enduring obsession: Social class
in Britain
• The Iron Lady: Margaret Thatcher
David Rond
Peter Thomer and
pson
Past Simple
Study Book . ....................................... 978 1 85964 529 1
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HOW IDIOMS WORK
a photocopiable resource book for buildiNg studeNts’ idiomatic laNguage skills
yvoNNe clarke, with illustratioNs by martiN joNes .
INTERMEDIATE to advaNced / cef levels b1 to c1 / ielts 4.0-7.0
• high-frequency
idioms
chosen for value
in the
workplace
• vivid illustrations
showing
literal representa
tion
• clear examples
of current use
within newspape
r articles
Section 1
Idiom Summary 1
f do or accept something
Bite the bullet: make yoursel
difficult or unpleasant
e in detail about
e’s ear: question someon
Bend someon
Drag your heels:
something
because you
deal with something slowly,
A finger in every pie:
don’t want to do it
Newspaper articles
s
many different activitie
be involved in/influence
Eat your words: admit
wrong
something you said was
that
Hit the nail on the head:
describe exactly
Draw a line under it: finish
Victory for
consumers in
bank charges
test case
/situation
what is causing a problem
talking about a topic and
a molehill: make
Make a mountain out of
not refer to it again
a minor difficulty seem
like a major one
Britain's biggest banks
today
lost a landmark test case
at the
High Court over unautho
rised
overdraft charges… .
and patient
calm
be
to
e
someon
tell
Doug Taylor, personal finance
Keep your hair on:
campaigns manager at Which?
[magazine] said…“This
whole saga
ing by limiting your options
basket: risk losing everyth
has severely damaged the
Put all your eggs in one
reputation
of the UK’s high street banks.
If they
appeal, drag their heels in
refunding
confidential
or
secret
ing
their
custome
someth
rs or try to introduce
wraps: keep
Keep something under
back-door charges to recoup
their
losses, their customers will
s
see this
you problem
as adding insult to injury.”
ing/someone is causing
situation because someth
An uphill struggle: a difficult
Times Online 24 April,
2008
s: make someone angry/
Ruffle someone’s feather
Skate on thin ice: take
annoyed
Prince must
‘eat his words’
on GM crops
Sir, As much
a big risk
refuse
Bury your head in the sand:
to think about/deal with
a situation
as I respect the
Prince of Wales’s knowled
ge of the
agricultural issues this country
faces,
I feel he is being naive in
damning
genetically modified foods
(report,
August 13) …There are
already
many millions of farmers
worldwide
growing genetically modified
crops
and millions of people eating
GM
food, with no ill-effects.
We need
to accept that we no longer
live in a
world where fresh food is
plentiful
and readily available. We
need to
cast aside our fears and biases
and
realise that GM food is the
only way
to ensure that we can feed
the world.
Section 1
12
p
toco
o
h
P
e!
i a bl
Letter from Struan
Stevenson,
MEP Brussels, The Times
20 August, 2008
Scientists
condemn
‘ill-informed,
negative’
Prince over
GM crops
warning
The Prince of Wales was
accused
of launching an ignorant
rant about
genetically modified crops
last night
after claiming that the technolo
gy
would cause “the biggest
environmental disaster of
all time”
and lead to “no food in the
future”.
…Mike Childs, campaig
ns director
of Friends of the Earth, defende
d
the Prince’s comments, however
…
“Prince Charles has hit the
nail on
the head about the damagin
g false
solution that GM crops present.
GM crops will not solve
the food
crisis - and forging ahead
with an
industrialised farming system
will
continue to fail people and
the
environment around the
world.”
Times Online 14 April,
2008
Baroness Vadera
regrets ‘green
shoots’ optimism
in economy
One of Gordon Brown’s
most
trusted ministers, was under
fire last
night after saying that she
could see
a few “green shoots” of
economic
recovery… But Alan Duncan,
the
Shadow Business Secretar
y, said
that her use of the “green
shoots”
phrase proved that minister
s were
out of touch. …Lady Vadera
was
said by friends to regret
using the
phrase and the row it caused…
Lord Mandelson, the Busines
s
Secretary, said critics were
making
a mountain out of a molehil
l.
The Times 15 January,
2009
Section 1
16
Taxpayer to own
43% in Lloyds
and HBOS
Lloyds TSB marked its transform
ation
into Britain's new “super
bank”
today… . The UK taxpayer
will now
own 43.4 per cent of the merged
business, which will be known
as
the Lloyds Banking Group.
…The banks are expected
to gain
approval for the merger
today as
Lloyds TSB attempts to
draw a line
under a US investigation of
its dealings
with Sudanese and Iranian
clients.
Times Online 12 January,
2009
Boris Johnson
makes fighting
crime top priority
Boris
Johnson, the new mayor
of
London, made fighting crime
his
top priority as he officiall
y took
over his new role.
…Mr Johnson does not
formally
receive the seals of office
from
Livingstone until midnigh
t
tomorrow, and he joked
that
this would give the outgoing
administration time to cover
up anything it wanted to
keep
under wraps.
Times Online 3 May,
2008
How to
buy shares
…Buying single shares that
do not
form part of a balanced portfolio
is
a risky business and experts
advise
against it because you should
not
put all your eggs in one basket.
If you have neither the time
nor the
money to construct a rounded
portfolio
of shares (at least a dozen
and ideally
more than 20), you may be
better off
buying collective investme
nts such as
unit or investment trusts.
Times Online 23 January,
2008
Oi! Naomi! Just
keep your hair
on, love...
Naomi Campbell was at her
diva best
last night, showing that she
can't
even leave a restaurant without
causing a scene.
She was enjoying a night at
Cipriani
in Mayfair with a group of friends
when the drama unfolded. The
supermodel… was happy to
pose
for pictures as she left after
dinner.
But, in a flash, she started shouting
and ran back inside where
she
waited for a couple of minutes.
She then re-emerged with her
friends
shielding her, reportedly shouting
screaming at them before she and
got
into her waiting car, where she
soon
slumped sideways.
Mail Online 17 June, 2008
Taylor Wimpey
finally
renegotiates
debt deal
Taylor Wimpey, the UK’s
biggest
housebuilder, announced
this
afternoon that it has succeede
d in
renegotiating terms on its
£1.57 billion
1
Section
debt pile after
months of negotiations.
13 faces an
… The company
uphill
struggle as property prices
sink.
The Times 7 April, 2009
Louise Blouin
MacBain’s Tibetan
stance will ruffle
feathers of the
Prince of Wales
While the great and the
good
are accustomed to being
urged
to make donations in aid
of
Tibet, the Duke of York’s
former
girlfriend, Louise Blouin
MacBain,
hopes to persuade them
to stump
up cash to support China.
No doubt, her ex-boyfriend’s
brother, the Prince of Wales,
who
is an outspoken admirer
of the
Tibetan spiritual leader,
would
have something to say
about that.
ITV’s
Michael
Grade is
‘skating
on thin ice’
…Against the backdrop
of a
tumbling share price and
mixed
critical reviews, the perform
ance of
ITV’s executive chairma
n will face
heavy scrutiny when he
unveils his
first set of annual results
on March 5.
Underlying profits are forecast
to
have slipped 36% to £259m
because
of higher interest costs, the
closure
of the ITV Play quiz channel
and
investment made in online
activities.
The Sunday Times 24
February, 2008
Payout pain
for investors
will get worse
Last week, Enterprise Inns
decided
to maintain their final dividend
and
their shares took a dive.
Ted Tuppen,
the chief executive, clearly
thought
that he was showing his
confidence
in the company’s cash position
.
Instead he found himself
criticised
for burying his head in
the sand
and putting off the inevitab
le. The
relatively forgiving climate
for
dividend cuts may be encoura
ging
more companies to bite the
bullet.
DSG International, the former
Dixons electricals retailer,
yesterday
added its name to the list
as it
scrapped its dividend after
falling
into the red. It was rewarde
d with
an initial rise in the share
price,
although it ended the day
well down.
The government
has its finger in
every pie in the
economy
…Thanks to the credit crunch
and
consequent recession, the
government
is being forced to intervene
in
economic activity to an extent
last seen
in the 1970s. Its creeping
control
extends far beyond the nationali
sed
banks, with industries ranging
from car
manufacturers to technolo
gy
start-ups lining up cap in hand
for
taxpayers’ money.
The Sunday Times 22
February, 2009
Let the
daylight in
Since the Sunday Times
splashed
their story last week about
four
senior Lords allegedly
willing to
take cash to exert influenc
e, it has
been open season for the
press on
the activities of the upper
chamber. Once again, the
reputation of Parliament
has been
dragged through the mud.
While this has made for
some
sensationalist headlines,
it has
also given the public a
rare insight
into the secretive world
of
lobbying. For those of us
who
cannot grace the stately
rooms of
Parliament, we now know
it is a
place where, over cups
of tea or
pints of beer, corporate
lobbyists
bend the ear of our elected
and
non-elected representatives
in
favour of their clients.
The Guardian 31 January,
2009
The Times 28 Novemb
er, 2008
Telegraph.co.uk 26
October, 2008
Section 1
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KEY FEATURES
Types of activities include
• High-frequency idioms chosen specifically for
their lexical value in the workplace, making use of
CANCODE, a corpus based on frequency of use
• Picture match
• Vivid illustrations show literal representation of
idioms for high impact and retention
• Ten six-page sections comprising: activity cards,
definitions, reading consolidation using simulated
newspaper articles, revision activities
• Find the definition
• Matching pairs
• Memory game
• Happy families
• Twenty suggested activity types for exploiting material
• Resource section containing further background
information, answer keys, index and templates for
devising more activity cards
• Ideal for complementing functional course books
• Ideal as both fun and purposeful filler activities
How Idioms Work
Resource Book .................................. 978 1 85964 554 3
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VERSATILE VOCABULARY .
GET GOING WITH GRAMMAR
PHOTOCOPIABLE RESOURCES FOR TEACHERS
jeNNifer meldrum aNd barbara reimer . pre iNtermediate
to upper iNtermediate / cef levels a2 to b2 / ielts 3.0-5.5
Page from Versatile Vocabulary
Page from Get GoiNg with Grammar
Get Going with Grammar
• Twenty-five photocopiable games
to motivate and inspire students to
improve specific grammar points
• Teacher’s notes for each game, with
suggested variations to the game
• Teacher’s notes for each game, with
suggested variations to the game
• Templates for teachers and students
to create their own versions
• Templates for teachers and students
to create their own versions
•••
•••
••
•
Grammar points covered include:
Adverbs of frequency
Comparatives and superlatives
Conditionals
Countable and non-countable nouns
Gerunds and infinitives
Modals
Parts of speech
Passive voice
Phrases and clauses
•••
•••
••
•
Plurals
Possessives
Prepositions
Present perfect tense
Pronouns
Quantifiers
Suffixes
Tag questions
Verb tenses
Jennifer Meldrum and Barbara Reimer are instructors at the University of the
United Arab Emirates. Between them, they have over 20 years of experience
teaching a wide range of students, from children to adults, in North America,
Asia and the Middle East.
Also available: Versatile Vocabulary – Games to enhance vocabulary
978-1-85964-802-5
Games for practising grammar
Pre-Intermediate
IELTS 4.0+
CEF B1+
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E D U C A T I O N
www.garneteducation.com
G A R N E T E D U C AT I O N
KEY FEATURES
Versatile Vocabulary
• Twenty-one photocopiable games
featuring the words most frequently
used by English speakers
Jennifer Meldrum Barbara Reimer
KEY FEATURES
Get Going with Grammar has been specially created to encourage
students to practise specific grammar points through games. Teacher’s Notes
are provided for every game. There is a built-in adaptability component to
these games: you can use the game provided or play one of the suggested
variations. For many of the games, templates have been provided that allow
the teacher to make his or her own version.
Get Going with Grammar
Varied activities including: suffix staircases, preposition pyramids,
lexical ladders, verbal baseballs – aim high and motivate your
students with grammar and vocabulary games!
arnet
E D U C A T I O N
Jennifer Meldrum
Barbara Reimer
“A great book to have
iN aNy staffroom.”
Ryan Horsnail, International House, Barcelona
Versatile Vocabulary . ............ 978 1 85964 802 5
Get Going with Grammar ....... 978 1 85964 748 6
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NEW
READERS
SERIE
S
GARNET ORACLE READERS SERIEs
A series of graded readers for childreN aNd youNg adults learNiNg ENglish from begiNNer to pre-iNtermediate level
Series editOR: Peter ViNey . BegiNNer to pre-INTERMEDIATE / cef levels A1 to b1 / ielts 2.0-4.5
The Garnet Oracle Readers are one of Garnet Education’s new series for 2012. Currently comprising
16 titles across four stages – from beginner to pre-intermediate – the series is carefully graded,
lexically and structurally, to encourage children and young adults to read for pleasure and at speed.
The stories are all, first and foremost, just that – stories, from ELT authors well known for their ability
to craft original and engaging narratives to entertain and educate.
Each Reader contains striking and contemporary full-colour illustrations and photos, resource pages
of well-scaffolded exercises, and an easy-to-use glossary. Titles in Levels 1 and 2 are 32 pages each,
while titles in Levels 3 and 4 are 40 pages each. Each Reader is available with or without an audio CD.
The series editor, Peter Viney, has over 40 years’ ELT experience, and now combines his writing
with lecturing and teacher-training commitments internationally. He is the author/co-author of many
successful textbook series and a wide range of highly popular video courses. Peter has been series
editor and author on a number of graded reader series. Peter has also written Fast Track to Reading
(see page 18) with Garnet Education.
Me
Zarg
Me
Zarg
Me
Zarg
Me
Zarg
Me
Zarg
Me
Zarg
Me
Zarg
Me
Zarg
Me
Zarg
But why me, Zarg? Why me?
Why you? I don’t know. We need someone
from your planet. I’m sorry, but it’s you.
Where are we going now, Zarg?
We’re going to my planet. To Zok. Oh, Wayne
Armstrong, my planet is very beautiful.
You’re going to like it there.
When? When am I going to see it, Zarg?
Soon. Very soon. About three of your Earth
months.
Three months!
Yes, it isn’t a long way. About sixty light years.
Sixty light years!
A light year is how far light travels in one year.
Yes, right, I know. At three hundred thousand
kilometres a second.
No, not that fast. Only two hundred and
ninety nine thousand, seven hundred and
ninety two point four five eight kilometres a
second, Wayne Armstrong. But we don’t
travel like that. Our spaceships travel in a
different way.
Right … so when am I going to see the Earth
again?
That’s another story, Wayne Armstrong.
Another story.
Zarg, don’t call me Wayne Armstrong every
time. Just call me Wayne.
I’m not calling you anything, Wayne
Armstrong. Remember, it’s the translation
computer, not me.
But in America we don’t use two names. You
can say ‘Wayne’ or you can say ‘Mr
Armstrong’, but you never say ‘Wayne
Armstrong’. The computer is wrong.
The computer is never wrong, Wayne
Armstrong.
My diary – 3
Are there any more Grogons on the spaceship? I see only Zarg. Is
he the only Grogon? I don’t know. My room is white. There are no
windows. There’s a door, but I can’t see it. When Zarg comes, I
can see the door and it opens. He comes in, then it’s a wall again.
The door opens for Zarg, but it doesn’t open for me.
Zoo Diary
Peter Viney
There’s nothing in the room, just the diary and pen in my coat. I
sit on the floor and I sleep on the floor. When I walk, the floor is
hard. When I sleep, it isn’t hard. It’s different. It’s like a bed. I
don’t understand. I have only one pen and this diary. I sleep a lot
of the time. Sometimes Zarg comes in and we talk.
8
9
4
Garnet
Oracle
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Titles iN series
SCHOOLS
Catalogue 2012
Level 1
• Level 1 titles drawn from a word list of 400 words, with an allowance of 30 additional words.
The Locked
Room
The Collector
Peter Viney
Zoo Diary
Peter Viney
Peter Viney
2
The Watcher
by Jennifer Bassett
Garnet
Oracle
3
The Collector
by Peter Viney
Garnet
Oracle
The Locked Room
by Peter Viney
4
Garnet
Oracle
Zoo Diary
by Peter Viney
Level 2
• Level 2 titles drawn from a word list of 750 words, with an allowance of 30 additional words.
The Visit
Underground
Tim Vicary
5
Peter Viney
Garnet
Oracle
The Visit
by Tim Vicary
8
Casualty!
by Peter Viney
Strawberry and
‘The Sensations’
by Peter Viney
Level 1 Readers
Level 2 Readers
The Watcher . ..................................... 978 1 90757 517 4
The Watcher (with CD) ....................... 978 1 90757 575 4
The Collector . .................................... 978 1 90757 531 0
The Collector (with CD) ...................... 978 1 90757 589 1
The Locked Room .............................. 978 1 90757 530 3
The Locked Room (with CD) .............. 978 1 90757 588 4
Zoo Diary . .......................................... 978 1 90757 520 4
Zoo Diary (with CD) . .......................... 978 1 90757 578 5
The Visit ............................................. 978 1 90757 519 8
The Visit (with CD) ............................. 978 1 90757 577 8
Casualty! . .......................................... 978 1 90757 529 7
Casualty! (with CD) ............................ 978 1 90757 587 7
Strawberry and ‘The Sensations’ . .... 978 1 90757 528 0
Strawberry and ‘The Sensations’
(with CD) ........................................... 978 1 90757 586 0
Underground ...................................... 978 1 90757 527 3
Underground (with CD) ...................... 978 1 90757 585 3
Garnet
Oracle
Underground
by Peter Viney
Ava ila
b
with o le
r
witho
ut an
audio
C D.
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Titles iN series
Level 3
• Level 3 titles drawn from a word list of 1,000 words, with an allowance of 40 additional words.
Milo
African
Adventure
Jennifer Bassett
Sunnyvista City
Peter Viney
Margaret Iggulden and Julia Allen
9
Garnet
Oracle
Garnet
Oracle
10
Milo
by Jennifer Bassett
Garnet
Oracle
12
African Adventure
by Margaret Iggulden and
Julia Allen
Life Lines
by Peter Viney
Sunnyvista City
by Peter Viney
Level 4
• Level 4 titles drawn from a word list of 1,250 words, with an allowance of 40 additional words.
The Hitch-hiker
A Tidy Ghost
Tim Vicary
The Case of the
Dead Batsman
Peter Viney
Space Romance
Peter Viney
Peter Viney
13
Garnet
Oracle
The Hitch-hiker
by Tim Vicary
14
Garnet
Oracle
15
A Tidy Ghost
by Peter Viney
Garnet
Oracle
16
The Case of the Dead
Batsman
by Peter Viney
Garnet
Oracle
Space Romance
by Peter Viney
Level 3 Readers
Level 4 Readers
Garnet Oracle Readers
Milo .................................................... 978 1 90757 516 7
Milo (with CD) .................................... 978 1 90757 574 7
African Adventure .............................. 978 1 90757 526 6
African Adventure (with CD) .............. 978 1 90757 584 6
Life Lines ........................................... 978 1 90757 525 9
Life Lines (with CD) . .......................... 978 1 90757 583 9
Sunnyvista City .................................. 978 1 90757 524 2
Sunnyvista City (with CD) .................. 978 1 90757 582 2
The Hitch-hiker .................................. 978 1 90757 518 1
The Hitch-hiker (with CD) .................. 978 1 90757 576 1
A Tidy Ghost ....................................... 978 1 90757 523 5
A Tidy Ghost (with CD) ....................... 978 1 90757 581 5
The Case of the Dead Batsman . ........ 978 1 90757 521 1
The Case of the Dead Batsman
(with CD) ............................................ 978 1 90757 579 2
Space Romance ................................. 978 1 90757 522 8
Space Romance (with CD) ................. 978 1 90757 580 8
Full set of 16 readers ......................... 978 1 90757 515 0
Full set of 16 readers (with CD) . ........ 978 1 90757 573 0
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AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX
A
African Adventure Allen, Julia L
24
24
B
Bassett, Jennifer Building Skills 23, 24
15
C
Case of the Dead Batsman, The Casualty! Clarke, Yvonne Collector, The 24
23
20
23
D
Developing Skills 15
E
English Practice Grammar 16, 17
18
G
Garnet Oracle Readers
African Adventure Case of the Dead Batsman, The Casualty! Collector, The Hitch-hiker, The Life Lines Locked Room, The Milo Space Romance Strawberry and ‘The Sensations’ Sunnyvista City Tidy Ghost, A Underground Visit, The Watcher, The Zoo Diary Gateway Get Going with Grammar Greenwell, Jeanette 24
24
23
23
24
24
23
24
24
23
24
24
23
23
23
23
6–9
21
6–9
24
20
I
Iggulden, Margaret 24
J
Jones, Martin M
Macfarlane, Michael Meldrum, Jennifer Messina, Elida Beatriz Milo 16, 17
21
2–5
24
P
Past Simple Phillips, Anna Phillips, Terry Primary Picture Dictionary 19
14, 15
14, 15
10, 11
Reimer, Barbara Ronder, David 21
19
S
H
Hitch-hiker, The How Idioms Work 6–9
24
23
2–5
10, 11
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