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Contents

Introduction

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Introduction

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Contents

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Student’s material

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Teacher’s material

Beep is a new 6 level course for Primary Education based on the guiding principle that all contexts and situations where our learners encounter the language should be meaningful and relevant to them and draw on their own worlds, both real and imaginary.

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Richmond Primary Readers

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Dictionaries

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My First Grammar & My Next Grammar

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Target KET for Schools & Target PET

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Online services

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Richmond Publishing offices

In addition to activities such as surveys, pair work and personalised writing, Beep offers an enjoyable experience for the students through songs, chants, stories and games. This range of fun activities caters for different learning styles and preferences and humour is always an important element at all points in the course. (Available in 2011 for levels 1 & 2 of Primary)

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Contents

Level 1

Language Syllabus

Level 1

Target Vocabulary

0 Hello!

Numbers: 1 to 10 Colours: red, yellow, blue, orange, green, pink, purple

Target Structures Hello! What’s your name? My name’s …

Level 1

Target Vocabulary

Target Structures

5 In the house

Rooms: living room, bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, hall, garden

Where’s my book? It’s in the kitchen.

Furniture: table, chair, bath, bed

Where’s the spider? It’s in/on the table.

Prepositions: in, on Phonics Tongue Twister: B

1 At school

What’s this? It’s a … Classroom objects: book, ruler, pen, pencil, pencil case, sharpener, school I’ve got a pink pencil. bag, rubber, glue, crayon

6 My body

Body parts: head, arms, hands, legs, knees, hair, feet, toes, nose, ears, eyes, mouth

Phonics Tongue Twister: P

Imperatives: Stamp your feet, clap your hands, turn around, touch your toes,wave your arms, shake your hands, nod your head. My hair is blue, I’ve got a green mouth Phonics Tongue Twister: T

2 My family

Family: granny, grandad, mum, dad, brother, sister

This is my mum. How old are you? I’m seven. Phonics Tongue Twister: M

3 Perfect pets

Animals: dog, cat, goldfish, hamster, rabbit, parrot, rat, frog

Is it black? Is it a cat? Yes, it is. / No, it isn’t.

Colours: black, white, grey, brown

Imperatives: Jump! Run! Catch! Stand up! Sit down! Go to sleep!

7 My favourite food

Food: pizza, spaghetti, chicken, apples, bananas, oranges, cake, yoghurt, sandwiches, cheese, bread, sausages, juice, milk

8 At the seaside

boat, sand castle, lighthouse, crab, sea, shark, dolphin, seagull, shell

I like apples. / I don’t like cake. Do you like cheese? Phonics Tongue Twister: Ch

What can you see? I’m hungry.

Feelings: happy, sad, scared, bored, hungry

Phonics Tongue Twister: S

Phonics Tongue Twister: R

4 My toys

Toys: kite, train, car, teddy, ball, plane, Have you got a teddy? Yes, I have. / No, I haven’t. doll, bike, computer game

Festivals

Halloween, Christmas, Easter

Colour adjective + noun: a red kite, a pink doll Phonics Tongue Twister: C

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Contents Level 2

Language Syllabus

Level 2

Target Vocabulary

Welcome back!

Favourite colours, food and pets.

Target Structures How are you? I’m fine, thanks.

Level 2

Target Vocabulary

Target Structures

5 Jobs

bus driver, chef, doctor, fire fighter, footballer, musician, nurse, pilot

He’s a … She’s a … He has got a … She has got a …

What’s your favourite … ?

Phonics Tongue Twister: F

1 Time for school

bin, board, bookcase, computer, cupboard, door, plant, teacher, window

Where’s the hamster? It’s under the plant.

6 My free time

dancing, drawing, listening to music, painting, playing computer games, playing football, reading, watching TV

7 The school garden

Arrot, cauliflower, grapes, peas, potato, pumpkin, strawberry, tomato, watermelon

How many can you see?

Numbers: 1 to 20

Phonics Tongue Twister: G

8 The school show

do gymnastics, do karate, juggle, play, basketball, play the recorder, ride a bike, rollerblade, sing

Can you ride a bike? Yes, I can. / No, I can’t.

Festivals

Christmas, Halloween, Carnival

How do you spell … ? behind, in, on, under Phonics Tongue Twister: D coat, dress, hat, jacket, jeans, jumper, What are you wearing? shoes, shorts, T-shirt, trousers I’m wearing …

Are you drawing? Yes, I am. / No, I’m not. Phonics Tongue Twister: W

The alphabet

2 My clothes

What are you doing? I’m reading.

Colour adjective + noun: green shoes

They’re small and purple.

Phonics Tongue Twister: J

3 The weather

cloudy, cold, It’s hot, raining, snowing, What’s the weather like? sunny, windy It’s cold. Is it cold?

I can play the guitar. I can’t walk on my hands.

Put your hat on. I’m on holiday.

Phonics Tongue Twister: Z

Phonics Tongue Twister: H

4 Animals

bird, crocodile, elephant, lion, monkey, penguin, snake, tiger, zebra

It can fly. It can’t jump.

climb, fly, jump, run, swim

Can it swim? Phonics Tongue Twister: L

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Level 3

Language Syllabus Level 3

Target Vocabulary

Starter Unit:

The alphabet Numbers: 1 to 20 Colours

1 School

Target Structures What’s your name? How old are you? I’m eight.

Classroom objects: book, pen, ruler, pencil, pencil case, sharpener, schoolbag, rubber

I’ve got two pencils.

Prepositions: in, on, under, behind, next to, opposite

It’s in the schoolbag.

Have you got a sharpener? Yes, I have. / No, I haven’t.

Level 3

Target Vocabulary

Target Structures

5 Nature Park

Animals: wolf, bear, squirrel, fish, spider, snake, eagle, butterfly

It’s got wings. It hasn’t got legs.

Animal body parts: wings, legs, tail, claws

Can it fly? Yes, it can. / No, it can’t. Phonics Tongue Twister

6 After School

Phonics Tongue Twister

2 My Day

Routines: get up, brush my teeth, have a shower, get dressed, have breakfast, go to school

What time is it? It’s seven o’clock. It’s half past seven.

Days of the week

I get up at half past seven. Phonics Tongue Twister

3 Story World

Story characters: prince, princess, giant, dragon, witch, dwarf, superhero, pirate Adjectives: tall, short, fat, thin, scary, strong

Sports: tennis, football, basketball, cycling, gymnastics, rollerblading, skiing, swimming

7 Transport

Transports: car, boat, ship, bike, helicopter, train, plane, bus Adjectives: slow, fast, old, new, big, small

Where is Olga? She’s in the kitchen. Phonics Tongue Twister

It’s fast. Is it slow? Yes, it is. / No, it isn’t. Phonics Tongue Twister

Numbers: 10 to 100

8 Holiday Fun

Holiday activities: camping, sailing, snorkeling, surfing, eating ice cream, playing frisbee, making sand castles, taking photos

Do you like sailing? Yes, I do. / No, I don’t. I like/don’t like taking photos Phonics Tongue Twister

He likes tennis. She doesn’t like cycling. She can ride a bike.

What’s he/she doing? He’s/She’s playing the guitar.

Term Revision

His eyes are blue. Her hair is pink.

Term Revision 4 Sports

Parts of the house: hall, bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, garden, living room

He’s tall. She’s short.

Phonics Tongue Twister

Free time activities: making models, playing cards, singing, dancing, reading, gardening, doing jigsaws, playing the guitar

Term Revision

Phonics Tongue Twister

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Contents Level 4

Language Syllabus Level 4

Target Vocabulary

Target Structures

Starter Unit:

Review of Beep! 3 vocabulary

1 School Timetable

School subjects: Maths, Spanish, On Monday, I’ve got/haven’t got P.E., Music, Science, Art, I.T., English Maths.

Review of Beep! 3 structures

Level 4

Target Vocabulary

Target Structures

5 My Friends

Adjectives and body parts: long hair, brown eyes

She’s got long hair. He likes/doesn’t like swimmimg.

Days of the week

Hobbies

What have you got on Friday? Phonics Tongue Twister

6 My Town

Places in town: museum, cinema, swimming pool, library

There is a library. Is there a cinema? Yes, there is. / No, there isn’t

2 Adventure Camp

Camp activities: canoeing, riding a horse, cooking sausages, singing songs

What’s he doing? He is canoeing. He isn’t cooking sausages. Is she riding a horse? Yes, she is. / No, she isn’t.

Term Revision

Phonics Tongue Twister

3 Seasons

Seasons: spring, summer, autumn, winter

I go to the beach. I don’t eat ice cream.

7 Birthdays

Weather: hot, cold

My favourite season is spring. Clothes: scarf, boots, swimsuit, shorts (Review: jacket, jeans, jumper, trousers, What’s the weather like in winter? shorts, dress, T-shirt, shoes, hat, coat) It’s cold and rainy. What’s the weather like today? It isn’t snowing.

Toys and gadgets: Computer game, DVD, scooter, camera, watch

8 My Day

Phonics Tongue Twister

Term Revision 4 The Café

Months: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

Daily routines: have lunch, go home, have dinner, do my homework, go to bed

When’s your birthday? It’s in June. What do you want for your birthday? I want a DVD. I don’t want a watch.

What time is it? It’s quarter past/to ten. It’s seven o’clock. It’s half past one. What time do you have lunch? At half past one.

Numbers 1 to 100 Food: salad, rice, chicken, grapes, bread

I do my homework at seven o’clock.

How much is it? It’s five pounds/euros. Can I have a …, please? Yes, here you are.

Term Revision

Adjectives: cheap, expensive

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Language Syllabus Level 5

Target Vocabulary

Target Structures

Starter Unit:

Review of Beep! 4 vocabulary

Review of Beep! 4 structures

1 My Day

Routine verbs: have lunch, do homework, go to bed

Times: Quarter past / to + Review of o’clock and half past What time is it?

Level 5

Target Vocabulary

Target Structures

5 My Friends

Adjectives: fit, funny, tidy, untidy, bossy, trendy, talkative, clever, friendly

Comparatives of 1-syllable adjective: Jan is taller than Eric. Miriam is faster than Suzie.

Present Simple: What time do you have lunch? At half past one. I do my homework at seven o’clock.

2 Food

Sugar, bread, peaches, nuts, mushrooms

Recipe instructions: wash, cut, mix, etc.

3 Stay Healthy

Animals: blue whale, turtle, octopus, orca, crab, etc.

Present Simple with they: They lay eggs. They don’t eat plants

Countables and uncountables Have got + some/any Have we got any sugar? Yes, we have/ No, we haven’t. We’ve got some oranges. / We haven’t got any cheese.

Do exercise, sleep eight hours, eat fruit, clean my teeth at night, walk to school, etc.

6 Ocean World

Term Revision 7 Family Album

Family members: cousin, aunt, uncle, grandson, granddaughter

8 A day in the country

Windmill, river, bridge, hill, field, fence, gate, etc.

Was / were / wasn’t / weren’t + adjectives: funny, noisy, shy, untidy, tidy

Adverbs of frequency: always / sometimes /never I sometimes ride my bike at the weekend.

Go around, through, under, over, along Possessives: our/their

Term Revision 4 Our Town

Library, sports centre, museum, bus station, park, cinema, etc.

Where is the museum? It’s opposite/next to/between…

Term Revision

Suggestions: Let’s go to the park. Why don’t we go swimming?

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Contents Level 6

Language Syllabus

Level 6

Target Vocabulary

Target Structures

Starter Unit:

Review of key vocabulary from Beep! 5 Review of key language from Beep! 5

1 On-line!

Computer verbs: chant, send, text, write, search, play, surf

Level 6

Target Vocabulary

Target Structures

5 Busy Weekends

Activities: go bowling, see a film, eat pizza, call a friend, etc.

Past simple irregulars: Went, saw ate, made, etc.

6 People in History

Inventions and artefacts

Regular past simple: discovered invented played painted climbed

Geography: River, desert, mountain, ocean, etc.

Superlatives (+ comparatives review)

With questions and short answers

Grammar: Like + verbing

Computer nouns: e-mail, text, web-page, screen, keyboard, mouse, etc.

2 Hobbies

Hobby vocabulary: Guitar, stamps, karate suit, football cards, dancing shoes, etc.

Present continuous We’re surfing the net They’re chatting How often do you… practise guitar / go to karate, etc.

Term Revision 3 Earth Day

Materials: glass, paper, cardboard, plastic, metal, newspapers, magazines

Imperatives positive and negative:

Verbs: reduce, recycle, reuse

Present continuous: I’m taking these glass bottles to the recycling bank.

Don’t drop litter! Turn off the tap!

Term Revision 4 Jobs

7 World Records

The longest river

8 My Cool Summer Job titles: astronaut, vet, musician, etc.

The highest mountain

Present simple / continuous contrast

Items that you might use on summer holiday: Surfboard, snorkel, camera, mountain bike, etc. + Clothes revision

Going to I’m not going to go swimming. I’m going to ride my bike. I’m not going to do any homework. I’ve got a new tracksuit/some new sandals etc.

He usually wears a uniform. Today he’s wearing overalls.

Term Revision

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Student’s material

STUDENT’S BOOK

POP-OUTS The pop-outs in the Student’s Book are mini-versions of the stories in the units. The children make a Story booklet to take home and share with their parents. There are also pop-outs of some flashcards for revision games featuring key vocabulary.

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Sample Unit: Student’s Book 1, Unit 1

The method comprises 8 lessons as follows

Lesson 2: Grammar Presentation

Lesson 1: Presentation of the vocabulary

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A variety of entertaining, simple activities to present the vocabulary

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New grammatical structures are usually presented through fun activities (games, dialogues, role-play...) before moving on to more controlled activities.

Before starting the story, students do a preliminary activity. This includes a dictionary with images of the main vocabulary they will find in the story.

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Look at the sequence and colour the picture that comes next. Join the numbers then trace over the word.

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Chants, songs and listening activities to revise vocabulary and introduce new structures.

An initial look at the area of the syllabus related to the unit theme. For example: Arts & Crafts.

A comic is used to introduce and work with phonics or simply to revise the vocabulary and key structures in an enjoyable way.

Each unit has its own evaluation sheets.

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Student’s material

ACTIVITY BOOK

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READER AND CD PRIMARY

CD Read about the main characters in a new story accompanied by audio material.



The Teacher’s Resource book includes optional worksheets.



These can be used in class or as homework.

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This includes the songs and stories in the Student’s Book.



It also includes the soundtrack of the Picture Dictionary in the Activity Book.

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STUDENT’S CD-ROM Students are given an interactive CD-ROM with activities to help them revise the vocabulary at home in an enjoyable way with the help of the Student’s Book.

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TEACHER’S BOOK Sample Unit: Teacher’s Book 1, Unit 1

In full colour and easy to use, the Teacher’s Book includes the Student’s Book pages and the solved Activity Book pages. Lesson 1A

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Teacher’s notes

Student’s Book, page 5

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Objectives To say the colours. To recognize the classroom objects. To play a card game.

Target language Vocabulary: pencil, rubber, pen, sharpener, book, ruler, pencil case, school bag; red, pink, blue, yellow, green, purple

Materials classroom objects in a bag Unit 1 poster CD

Getting started Show the children the classroom objects and say the name of each one. Ask the children to repeat the words collectively as a group. Put the classroom objects in the bag and slowly take one out and ask the children to name it. T: What’s this? SS: A (pencil). Display the poster and ask a child to come to the front and point to one of the objects. T: Point to the (rubber). Repeat with the rest of the vocabulary. Finally, ask the children to say the colours of the classroom objects. T: What colour is this (ruler)? S: (Blue).

Student’s Book page

1 Listen, point and repeat. 1.11 Ask the children to look at the picture in Activity 1. Point to the classroom objects one by one and ask the children to say the words. Play the recording and the children point to the corresponding pictures. Play the recording again and the children repeat the words. Encourage all the children to participate. Hold up the book and ask children the names of the objects. 2 Listen, find and say. 1.12 The children look at the picture in Activity 1. Explain that they are going to hear the words of the classroom objects and that they must find them in the picture. Play the recording and the children find the object in the picture and say the corresponding number. Repeat until all the children have had the opportunity to locate an object. Say a colour and the children name the object: T: It’s (purple). SS: It’s the (ruler). Finishing off Slowly draw a classroom object on the board. The children try and guess what is being drawn before it is finished. The children can also take turns to draw on the board.

Transcripts Listen, point and repeat.

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Listen, find and say.

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Book

It’s yellow. It’s a sharpener.

It’s green. It’s a book.

Rubber

Ruler

It’s pink. It’s a rubber.

It’s blue. It’s a pen.

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Pencil case

It’s red. It’s a pencil.

Sharpener

School bag

It’s purple. It’s a ruler.

It’s yellow and green. It’s a pencil case.

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Explain to the children that they have to focus on the picture in order to find the relevant information.

It’s blue and pink. It’s a school bag.

Lesson 1B Activity Book, page 5

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To recognize and say the target vocabulary. To write the target vocabulary.

Target language Vocabulary: pencil, rubber, pen, sharpener, book, ruler, pencil case, school bag

Materials classroom object flashcards Playing card pop-outs Unit 1

Activity Book page

Getting started Show the classroom object flashcards one at a time and ask the children, as a group, to name them. Then, hold out the flashcards face down and ask a child to come to the front, choose a card and name it. Repeat with other children. If there are children who still need help, then ask them to repeat the word several times. Say the first sounds of the word so that the child can guess what it is and finish off the word. 1 Trace and match. Ask the children to look at Activity 1. Firstly, ask the children to say the names of the objects and then to trace the words. Once they have traced the words ask them to match the words with the objects in the picture. Go round the classroom to give help where needed and positive encouragement. Play a card game. Pop-outs 1 Ask the children to find their playing card pop-outs for Unit 1 (or hand out photocopies of the Teacher’s Resource Book, page 95). The children play in pairs. They put all their cards face down on the table. They take it in turns to turn over two cards. If the cards are the same the child says the word and keeps the pair. If the cards are different, the child turns the cards back over and the other child has a turn. Finishing off Hide a classroom object flashcard behind your back and the children take turns to guess what it is. Continue until the children have guessed all the objects. Then ask volunteers to take over your role.

Teacher’s notes

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The children trace the words of the classroom objects which gives them an opportunity to reinforce the words they are learning.

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The children play a game as a class and also in pairs. They learn social skills regarding games, such as, following accepted rules and taking turns.

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Clearly organised with well differentiated, easy to see sections. Cambridge Young Learner’s Exams type activities are highlighted throughout.

Lesson 2A Student’s Book, page 6 Objectives To say the target vocabulary. To use simple structures.

Target language Vocabulary: pencil, rubber, pen, sharpener, book, ruler, pencil case, school bag Structures: What’s this? It’s a …

Materials classroom objects in a bag puppet CD

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Getting ng sta s started tar ta arrted te ed Use the e puppet to take the classroom obje objects out of the bag, one by one and say: What’s this? The children answer the q question with a full answer: It’s a (sharpener). ener). Repeat several times until all the t children have named an object. 3 Listen ten and d trace. trace e Ask the children hild to look l k at A Activity i i 3 3. P Point i to Ruby and ask what she is holding. Point to Lee and ask if the children know what he is doing. Explain that he is trying to guess what is in the bag. Play the recording and ask the children to listen. The children then trace the words in the speech bubble. Play the recording again and the children look at the words as they listen. 4 Listen, say and number. 1.14 Ask the children to look at Activity 4. Explain that they are going to listen to some children playing the game from Activity 3. They must write the corresponding number next to the object. Play the recording and ask the children to listen. Play the recording again and this time the children write the numbers. Play the recording again so the children can check their answers. Finishing off The children can play the game from the activity in pairs. Demonstrate by inviting a child to the front of the class. Ask them to close their eyes and then give them an object to feel, ask: What’s this? S: It’s a (ruler). The children get into pairs and take turns asking and answering the questions about their classroom objects.

The basic competences developed in each lesson are at the bottom of the page.

Transcripts Trace and listen. Ruby: What’s this?

Includes transcripts of all the recordings for each lesson within each lesson plan

Lee: It’s a ruler.

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Listen, say and number.

4 Ruby: What’s this? Lee: It’s a rubber.

2 Ruby: What’s this? Lee: It’s a pencil case.

5 Lee: What’s this? Ruby: It’s a pen.

3 Lee: What’s this? Ruby: It’s a book.

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1 Lee: What’s this? Ruby: It’s a pencil.

Remind children that the dotted letters are to help them improve their handwriting. Tell them that presentation is an important aspect of their school work.

The children will gain confidence in their improving ability to express themselves in English.

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TEACHER’S RESOURCE BOOK + CD

Numerous photocopiable worksheets to meet every need and enrich your classes:

Unit 1 DVD

Story

Let’s share!

Name:



Celebrations and festivals.



DVD activities.



Diagnostic and Unit tests, End of year tests...



Reinforcement, consolidation and extension sheets at 3 levels.



Newcomers worksheets.



Phonics worksheets.



Reading and Writing worksheets for the Cambridge Young Learner’s Exams.



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Unit 1 Reinforcement

Listen and tick (✓) the school objects. (Track 1.23) Count the objects and match the puzzle pieces.

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POSTERS Vocabulary is presented on the front.

BEEP, THE PUPPET

8 posters per level, one per unit.

Beep’s world!

THE FIRST PUPPET WHICH SPEAKS ENGLISH IN CLASS!

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Hello girls! Hello boys! It’s time for school!

Look! Now a boy is asking a question.

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Can I go to the toilet? What’s the magic word?

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Can I go to the toilet?

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Pick up! Pick up the pink and purple pencils! Pick up the pink and purple pencils, Peter! Pick up the pink and purple pencils, Peter!… Pleeeease!

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The back side is the Beep comic including a text and a tongue twister to practise the phonics.

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CLASS CDS Complete audio with a selection of songs and chants, listening activities and stories for each unit.

It offers a range of possibilities, ideal for practising the language in class in an different way. enjoyable and diffe

DVD Animated stories from each unit of the Student’s Book and eight sections presenting different themes with native children speaking in real situations. DVD worksheets are available in the Teacher’s Resource Book.

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Charlie: Oh no! My sharpener!

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Test-type activities for practice before the exam.



Each exam has its own CD-ROM: Starters, Movers and Flyers



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It also includes a digital flashcard bank.

A new toolbar to personalize the Beep i-books!

TEACHER’S I-SOLUTIONS PACK

Apart from having all the course components digitalized and integrated activity by activity, you will now also be able to:

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Interactive YLE Practice Movers

Teacher’s i-book:

Student’s CD-ROM:



Digital version of the Student’s Book.





Digital version of the Activity Book.



Digital version of the Teacher’s Book.



Digital version of the Teacher’s Resource Book.



Digital posters and flashcards.

Interactive activities for revising the Student’s Book vocabulary in a fun way.

• Insert your own notes • Insert links to websites • Insert all sorts of files: videos, audio, images, Word documents, Power points… • Highlight, write and colour. This new toolbar also offers the possibility to use the i-books with a projector or tablet.

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Humorous stories which appeal to each age group, with different levels of language.

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CALLUM THE CATERPILLAR



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Original stories.



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A picture dictionary at the end of each book.



THE MAGIC CARPET



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maravilloso; to feel ~ sentirse espléndido

Marxism [mɑksizm, Am: mɑrk-]

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