HRRS Classics: The Happy Prince and The Nightingale and The Rose + MP3 Audio CD
Author: Oscar Wilde, Adapted by Maria Cleary
Paperback: 64 pages
Level: 1 - A1 Friendship | Human interest
* Recording in British English
In The Happy Prince a little swallow stops on its journey towards the sun and helps a big-hearted Prince to bring happiness to his people.
In The Nightingale and The Rose a songbird understands more about love than a young man does.
Helbling Readers Red Series Classics A series of well-known classic stories by world-famous authors that have been chosen, and adapted, to appeal to young teenagers. Careful selection of stories with suitable content and language level has allowed the flavour of the originals to remain.
Reflection Boxes throughout the stories help understanding, and draw links with the students' own lives, while detailed Before and After Reading activities help and check understanding.
A clear introduction gives information about the author.
* Packed with practical ideas and activities to make the most of your Helbling Readers, with photocopiable worksheets and drama resources.
Level 1 - A1
Cambridge English: Key (KET) for Schools Trinity: 1, 2
A, an; adjectives; adverbs of frequency; can; countable and uncountable nouns; demonstrative adjectives and pronouns; have got; How much/ many?; imperatives; like/love/hate/don't like doing; subject and object pronouns; plural nouns; possessive 's; possessive adjectives; present continuous; present simple; question words; short answers; some/any; the; there is/are
Level 2 - A1/A2
Cambridge English: Key (KET) for Schools Trinity: 2,3
a lot of, not much, not many; adverbs of manner; and, so, but, because; be going to; comparative; have to/must; mustn't; past continuous; past simple; past simple v. past continuous; possessive pronouns; superlative; to for purpose
Level 3 - A2
Cambridge English: Key (KET) for Schools Trinity: 3,4
cardinal/ ordinal numbers; ever/never; must/should need to/ have to; one/ones; prepositions of time, place and movement; present perfect; present perfect v. past simple; present continuous for future; question tags; reflexive pronouns; relative pronouns who, which, that; so do I/ neither do I; too plus adjective; indefinite pronouns; will; would like