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New Titles 2012

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Stage 1 (100 headwords) below A1
Anonymous 
Aladin
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Stage 2 (200 headwords) A1 Starters
L. Frank Baum 
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
9788853607683
Stage 3 (300 headwords) A1.1 Movers
Jack London 
White Fang
9788853607713
Stage 4 (400 headwords) A2 Flyers
Oscar Wilde 
The Canterville Ghost
9788853607690
Stage 1 Elementary (600 headwords) A1 Movers
Mark Twain
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
9788853607751
Stage 2 Pre-Intermediate (800 headwords) A2 Flyers/KET
Robert Louis Stevenson
Treasure Island
9788853607782
Stage 3 Intermediate (1000 headwords) B1 PET
Charles Dickens
David Copperfield
9788853607836
Stage 1 Elementary (600 headwords) A1
Jonathan Swift
Gulliver's Travel
9788853607874
Stage 2 Pre-Intermediate (800 headwords) A2 KET
Charles Dickens
Great Expectations
9788853607904
Stage 3 Intermediate (1000 headwords) B1 PET
Charlotte Brontë
Jane Eyre
9788853607935
Stage 4 Upper intermediate (1800 headwords) B2 FCE
James Joyce
Dubliners
9788853607980
Stage 5 Advanced (2500 headwords) C1 CAE
Virginia Woolf
Mrs Dalloway
9788853613011
Stage 6 Proficiency Unabridged Texts C2 CPE
Joseph Conrad
Heart of Darkness
9788853613028
Niveau 3 (300 mots) A1.1
Jeanne-Marie Le prince de Beaumont
La belle et la Bête
9788853607706
Niveau 4 (400 mots) A2
Alphonse Daudet
Tartarin de Tarascon
9788853607720
Niveau 1 (600 mots) A1
Maurice Blanc
Arsène Lupin - Gentleman cambrioleur
9788853607768
Niveau 2 (800 mots) A2
Alexandre Dumas
Les trois mousquetaires
9788853607799
Niveau 3 (1000 mots) B1
Gaston Leroux
Le Fantôme de l'Opéra
9788853607843
Niveau 1 (600 mots) A1
Molière
Le Malade imaginaire
9788853607881
Niveau 2 (800 mots) A2
Voltaire
Candide
9788853607911
Niveau 3 (1000 mots) B1
Stendhal
Le Rouge et le Noir
9788853607942
Niveau 4 (1800 mots) B2
Victor Hugo
Les Misérables
9788853607997
Niveau 1 (Fit 1) A1
Brüder Grimm
Frau Holle
9788853607775
Niveau 2 (Fit 2) A2
Anonym
Nibelungenlied
9788853607829
Niveau 3 (Zertifikat Deutsch für Jugendliche - ZD J) B1
Ernst Theodor - Amadeus Hoffman
Der Sandmann 
9788853607867
Niveau 1
Emanuel Schikaneder
Die Zauberflöte
9788853607898
Niveau 2
Theodor Fontane
Effi Briest
9788853607928
Niveau 3
Franz Kafka
Die Verwandlung
9788853607973
Nivel 4 (400 palabras) A2
Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer
El gnomo
9788853607737
Horacio Quiroga
Abeja Aragana
9788853607744
Nivel 2 (800 palabras) A2
Miguel de Cervantes
La gitanilla
9788853607805
Johnston McCulley
El Zorro   
9788853607812
Nivel 3 (1000 palabras) B1
Tirso de Molina
El burlador de Sevilla y convidado de piedra
9788853607850
Nivel 3
Leandro Fernández de Moratín
El sí de las niñas 
9788853607959
Benito Pérez Galdós
Marienela
9788853607966
Nivel 4
Miguel de Cervantes
El ingenioso hidalgo don Quixote de la Mancha
9788853613004

 



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Bon anniversaire Jules Renard

Jules Renard naît à Châlons-du-Maine, dans la Mayenne, le 22 février 1864 et meurt à Paris le 22 mai 1910. Cet écrivain français est le cadet de la famille Renard. Dans ses oeuvres, il écrit toutes les choses qu’il vit. On le retrouve, par exemple, dans le personnage de Poil de Carotte, car ses parents ne l’ont pas aimé. C’est grâce à l’écriture qu’il réussit à avoir confiance en lui-même. Jusqu’en 1910, Jules Renard vit à Chitry, en Bourgogne, dans la maison de ses parents. Cette simple habitation de campagne est assez confortable. Jules s’installe ensuite à Paris, mais le succès n’arrive pas immédiatement et il a des problèmes d’argent. Sa situation financière s’améliore après son mariage.

Les années 1890 sont pour lui très fertiles. Il écrit d’abord l’Ecornifleur, l’histoire d’Henri, un parasite, qui réussit à se rendre indispensable à une famille de bourgeois. En 1894, il écrit Poil de Carotte dont il fait en 1900 une pièce de théâtre. Ses portraits sont ironiques et parfois cruels. Dans Histoires Naturelles (1896), il humanise les animaux et il animalise les hommes.



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Dickens 2012

Dickens 2012 is an international celebration of the life and work of Charles Dickens to mark the bicentenary of his birth, which falls on 7 February 2012.

Institutions and organisations from all over the world are partners of Dickens 2012 and work together to deliver a programme of events and activities to commemorate this very special anniversary. Although a writer from the Victorian era, Dickens’s work transcends his time, language and culture. He remains a massive contemporary influence throughout the world and his writings continue to inspire film, TV, art, literature, artists and academia. Dickens 2012 sees a rich and diverse programme of events taking place in the run up and throughout the whole of 2012.

For info http://www.dickens2012.org



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Valerio Vidali

Continua il momento d’oro per l’illustratore Valerio Vidali che per la ELI ha già illustrato Niebla.

Dopo il primo premio a Ilustrarte 2012 ha vinto il CJ Picture Book Award (Korea) con le illustrazioni del Don Quijote libro in uscita a primavera.

 

 

http://www.cjbook.org/english/main.php

http://vivavidali.blogspot.com/



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Happy Birthday Lewis Carroll


Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (27 January 1832 – 14 January 1898), better known by the pseudonym Lewis Carroll was an English author, mathematician, logician, Anglican deacon and photographer. His most famous writings are Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and its sequel Through the Looking-Glass, as well as the poems "The Hunting of the Snark" and "Jabberwocky", all examples of the genre of literary nonsense.
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Using Graded Readers
Introduction
Graded readers or ‘readers’ are books that have had the language level simplified to help second language learners read them. The language is graded for vocabulary, complexity of grammar structures and also by the number of words. They are made to cater for all levels from beginners through to advance.
Many schools use graded readers so find out if your school has some. They can be a great resource if you feel the need to do something a bit different and change the class dynamics.

Teachingenglish.org.uk 
 



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