The presented story is divided into chapters and preceded by a map showing the hero’s story and the Before You Read Activities section, which includes introductory activities to the text of the book in terms of vocabulary and grammar. Glossaries with translations of selected words located at the bottom of each page help to better understand the text. After each chapter there is a two-page After-Reading Activities section summarizing the chapter in terms of the content of the presented history, as well as grammar, vocabulary and known language forms, as well as supporting the development of reading comprehension and effective memorization.In the final part of the book there is a four-page Focus on section presenting interesting information related to the author, civilization and English language culture and geographical discoveries. The book is closed with the one-page Test yourself section, which checks the general level of understanding and remembering the history read, as well as the language forms learned, as well as the Syllabus section containing a brief description of the didactic intentions implemented in the book. The rich graphic design (including illustrations made by renowned illustrators of world-renown books) is an excellent visual commentary to the presented story and promotes a better understanding of the vocabulary and expressions found in the text.The book is an excellent tool consolidating the language competences and skills of young people and adults, including reading, listening, writing and speaking.
A Midsumer Night’s Dream +Cd
12,00€ (IVA Incluido)
Adaptation of William Shakespeare’s play. The Athenian Theresa can not wait to marry Hippolyta, the queen of the Amazons. However, two other young couples are not so happy: Hermia wants to marry Lizandra, but her father is opposed. Helena loves Demetrius, but this one – I want to marry my wife, Hermia. Also the love of Oberon and Titania, the king and queen of the elves, has already withered, and they start plotting against each other various intrigues, in which they entangle their elves, young lovers and a group of Athenian workers wishing to become actors. It’s a very strange summer night, maybe even – it’s a dream …