Oxford Read and Discover Level 3 Non-fiction graded reader series with cross-curricular content for primary – supports CLIL
Series Editor: Hazel Geatches
CLIL Adviser: John Clegg
New non-fiction graded readers for primary – 8-year-olds and up. Cross-curricular topics and colour photos make learning English through other subjects exciting. Two new levels for younger or lower-level students.
- Part of: Oxford Read and Discover
These motivating non-fiction readers are rich in content and beautifully illustrated. Fascinating information in carefully graded language appeals to a broad range of students and supports English across the curriculum, making the series perfect for CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning).
Stunning colour photos, maps, diagrams and charts support understanding, while activities and projects develop language and critical thinking skills.
- Audio CD Pack (Book + Audio CD)
- Activity Book
- Teacher’s Handbook
- 600 headwords
- Average word count: 1,300
- Wide range of cross-curricular topics in graded English
- Attractive photos, charts and diagrams help understanding
- In every book: activities and projects for language and learning skills
- Flexible design allows both free reading and supported reading
- Picture Dictionary (levels 3 and 4) and Glossary (levels 5 and 6) offer extra support
- Audio in both American and British English
- Excellent teacher materials
NEW Two new levels for younger or lower-level students forthcoming (2012)
For a series of non-fiction readers which provides cross-curricular / CLIL content with activities, project work and stunning full-colour photographs, look no further than Oxford Read and Discover.
The fascinating information and eye-catching images in these exciting new books appeal to a wide range of students.
A comprehensive range of non-fiction topics that can be used for cross-curricular work makes it easy to bring CLIL into your classroom – and motivate your students.
The series covers three broad curriculum areas:
- The World of Science and Technology
- The Natural World
- The World of Arts and Social Studies
The flexible design of the books provides both free and supported reading opportunities. The activity pages at the back allow for uninterrupted reading. Clear signposting makes them easy to find.
Let the students read the text freely – photos, diagrams, and charts will support their understanding – or they can turn to the activity pages for more language skills practice and interaction with the text. The Picture Dictionary or Glossary, depending on the level, is always at hand to offer extra support.
Two projects in every book give students the chance to practise their research and presentation skills.
Audio recordings of all the books, in both American and British English, bring the language to life and help with pronunciation.
The Teacher's Handbook gives lesson planning and CLIL guidance, plus all the activity answers. The content summary is a great selector tool.
Reading is a valuable learning tool and can greatly help your young learners practise, reinforce and improve their language skills but it can be difficult to use reading in the classroom. How can I get my students to read?, How can I make reading a classroom activity?, and how can I be sure they understand what they’ve read? are common questions teachers ask and we’re here to help with the Oxford Big Read Junior. These short, simple, and practical tips will help you get all of your young learners reading and using what they have read in group work and short projects. We also have easy ways for parents to help support their children’s reading. Students get excited about reading, your whole class gets involved and you know they’ve understood what they’ve read. Join the Oxford Teachers’ Club for free and the Oxford Big Read Junior will help you get your whole class reading.