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60185465 DK Animal Senses

60185465 DK Animal Senses

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Published by: sebibv on Oct 28, 2013
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To the reader:
Welcome to the DK ELT Graded Readers! These readers aredifferent. They explore aspects of the world around us: itshistory, geography, science … and a lot of other things. Andthey show the different ways in which people live now, andlived in the past.These DK ELT Graded Readers give you material for readingfor information, and reading for pleasure. You are using yourEnglish to do something real. The illustrations will help youunderstand the text, and also help bring the Reader to life.There is a glossary to help you understand the special words forthis topic. Listen to the cassette or CD as well, and you canreally enter the world of the Olympic Games, the
, or theTrojan War … and a lot more. Choose the topics that interestyou, improve your English, and learn something … all at thesame time.Enjoy the series!
To the teacher:
This series provides varied reading practice at five levels of language difficulty, from elementary to FCE level:B
The language syllabus has been designed to suit the factualnature of the series, and includes a wider vocabulary range thanis usual with ELT readers: language linked with the specifictheme of each book is included and glossed. Thelanguage scheme, and ideas for exploiting thematerial (including the recordedmaterial) both in and out of classare contained in the Teacher’sResource Book.We hope you and yourstudents enjoy usingthis series.
Take a look at the heads of the animals on these twopages. Are they all the same? Yes and no. Yes, eachanimal has ears, eyes, a mouth, and a nose. But no, theydon’t have the same kind of mouth and nose. Why?Because, through many thousands of years, theanimals’ bodies slowly changed. The giraffeis a good example of evolution. With itslong neck, it reaches food at the top of trees. Then it pulls the branches to itsmouth. Finally, with specialteeth like a comb, it canquickly strip the leaves off the branches.4The chimpanzee usesfacial expressions forcommunication. Forexample, a mouth withclosed lips can mean “I amnot very happy”. An openmouth showing top andbottom teeth can mean“I am frightened”.

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