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Level 0 - Newspaper Chase - Penguin Readers Factsheets

Level 0 - Newspaper Chase - Penguin Readers Factsheets

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Teacher’s Notes
Newspaper Chase
by John Escott
About EasystartsCommunicative activitiesBackground and themesExtra words
Easystarts are Penguin Readers written to the lowest level in thePenguin Readers series. They are specially written originals, using200 headwords and the simplest grammatical structures.There are more than twenty titles to choose from across a rangeof styles and subject matter.All titles are in full colour, withcarefully selected photos and/or artwork which helps to guide earlylearners of English. There is one page of activities at the back ofeach book.Penguin Readers Easystarts provide pleasurable reading for alltastes at an appropriate level of difficulty.Justice: Harry does a bad thing. He steals a painting to makemoney for himself. He is very greedy and the public can no longersee and admire the painting. But at the end of the story justiceprevails and he gets what he deserves.Social responsibility: Janey knows that Harry has done somethingvery wrong so she calls the police. She is socially responsible andhelps get the painting back for everyone to admire.Responsibility for the environment: recycling is very important.Without it the world’s natural resources will eventually run out. It isnot good to waste anything that can be recycled.
 © Pearson Education Limited 2002
Newspaper Chase
is a fictional story about a thief who steals avery expensive painting from an art gallery.At the beginning of thestory Harry, the thief, comes into the art gallery and cuts thepainting from its frame. On the way out he knocks over a table andbreaks a beautiful vase. He laughs because he has broken a veryexpensive object.Harry goes back to the rooming house where he rents a room, andhides the painting under his bed. Janey, the daughter of therooming house owner, thinks recycling is very important – shealways recycles bottles and newspapers. On Friday in the storyshe collects old newspapers from the house, including thenewspaper under Harry’s bed! She puts them in a box to give tothe recycling van.Harry is not at home. He is trying to sell the painting. He comeshome as Janey is putting the box in the van. He gets very worriedand jumps into the van to find his newspaper. Janey sees a pieceof broken glass in his shoe. It is the glass from the beautiful vaseand Janey has seen the vase on the news on television. She callsthe police and they come and take Harry away.The following teacher-led activities cover the same sections of textas the exercises at the back of the Reader.
1Students look at the front of the book. Ask them the followingquestions:What is the man doing?Where is he?Why is he looking at the newspaper?
1Show students the pictures on the following pages. How arethe characters feeling?page 2 – Harrypage 4 – Harrypage 7 – Harrypage 10 – Jennypage 13 – the men in the recycling truckpage 14 – Harry2Ask students: You win 1 million pounds. What do you want tobuy? Apainting? Aboat?There are twenty extra words, in addition to the 200 headwords,used in each Easystart title. The extra words used in this title arehighlighted in question 1 at the back of the Reader.They are:art gallery box break chase dollar frame glass jumprooming house million painting piece recyclingremember reporter reward thief thousand truck vase

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