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NPA p (blr bat nd cay Rose ex mmo Dene ctctiapdo nom cars oie 1 (cea Heck hems btStepben Do) 20\pengunaBAc Need, 12 (domouseStene Danesh erat sion Sth i hans Sal Spry ere ss tae —- = aa Reading Dolp phin: © ey mE the Bock 1 Begin by looking at the fist story page (page 2). Look at the picture and ask questions about it. Then read the story text under the picture with your students. Use section 1 of the CD for this if possible. 2 Teach and check the understanding of any new vocabulary. Note that some of the words are in the Picture Dictionary at the back of the book. ] 3 Now look at the activities on the right-hand page. Show the example to the students and instruct them to complete the activities. This may be done individually, in pairs, or as a class 4 Do the same for the remaining pages of the book. 5 Retell the whole story more quickly, reinforcing the new vocabulary. Section 2 of the CD can help with this. 6 If possible, listen to the expanded story (section 3 of the CD). The students should follow in their books, 7 When the book is finished, use the Picture Dictionary to check that students understand and remember new vocabulary. Section 4 of the CD can ia with this. Using the CD The CD contains four sections. | 1 The story told slowly, with pauses. Use this during the first reading, It may also be used for “Listen and repeat” activities at any point. J) 2 The story told at normal speed. This should be used once the students have read the book for the first time. 3 The expanded story. The story is told in a longer version. This will help the students understand English when it is spoken faster, as they will now know the story and the vocabulary. B) 4 Vocabulary. Each word in the Picture Dictionary is spoken and then used in a simple sentence. TSI ger a a aa a sole as sk Open aby aa de Wow! It’s so cold today! Yes. It’s great weather for polar bears. Why do polar bears like the cold? They like to play in the snow. What animals don’t like the cold? 1 Complete the sentences. @ Polar bears ___are __ white. @ They ___ the cold. © There are ____ polar bears in the photograph. © The big bear the mother. © The mother is a very strong © She ______ two cubs. e like to play in the snow. ® The snow is and 2 Circle the words that describe a polar bear. long (big) strong thin white cute hot dangerous Make these sentences negative. ® This is a bear. ® The dog is very happy. ® It likes the cold. © It can go inside. ® It is cold inside. Look! This dog doesn’t like the cold. @ It likes the snow. It’s a very cold, unhappy dog. A dog's not a wild animal. Why doesn't it go inside by the fire? It can't. It’s a watchdog. @ The snow is blue. ® This is a wild animal. Complete the sentences. I wish I was a A Why? Oh nol! It’s raining. We can't go outside to play. I wish I was a duck. A duck! Why? Ducks like to play in the rain. What animals don’t like the rain? 2 Now write your own dialogue. Look at this smart squirrel. Smart? Why is it smart? It’s waiting under its umbrella. What's it waiting for? It’s waiting for the rain to stop. - the phone to ring. Connect. It’s waiting for its food. She’s waiting for the bus. She's waiting for | He's waiting for Z the green light. He’s waiting e to start. He’s waiting for A the rain to stop. What's that elephant doing in the mud? It's splashing mud on its body. Why? It’s getting very dirty. No. It’s keeping cool. Elephants love a mud bath. Circle yes or no. irae ret ephants can fly. m lephants have big ears. m om lephants like snow. m lephants weigh a lot. m ephants put mud on their bodies to keep warm. Elephants are the biggest land animal. Asian elephants are bigger than African elephants. The elephant's long nose is called a trunk. ephants eat other animals. lephants sleep standing up. yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes no no no no no no no Rearrange the words. @ the like camels sun Camels like the sun. @ in camels live the desert © for years they live can fifty @ has a flat camel feet big @a three camel eyelids has Do camels like mud baths, too? 3 Sy ieee | camels big tall are two meters How does it live in the desert? | @ camel the one African has hump What time is it? It’s night-time. The bats are flying around looking for food. But it’s so dark! That's perfect for bats. Circle the mistake and rewrite. Bats(comes)out at night. Some bats eats fish and frogs Camels lives in the desert An elephant splash mud on its body. This dog want to go inside. Ducks is happy in the rain. This polar bear cub like the snow. This squirrel don't like the rain. Number. tail | ear body leg mouth nose | | eye teeth Sunshine is perfect for this crocodile. * Crocodiles have cold blood. It needs to warm up before it starts * Crocodiles lay eggs. the day. It can’t move quickly ; Cae pooel when it's cold. ¢ A mother crocodile carries her babies in her mouth. Answer the questions. @ Are porcupines very big? No. they are not. ® Do porcupines have long spines? © Can porcupines move quickly? @ Is this porcupine moving quickly? © Does this porcupine have sharp spines? Porcupines don’t need to move @ Is the lion afraid of the porcupine? quickly. @ Are porcupines dangerous? They use their spines. Nothing can hurt them. ° Do you like porcupines? Can you see the baby penguin? It looks tired. Where does it sleep? It can sleep anywhere on the snow. Its parents bring it food. Where do other animals sleep? Pe on marie, _ Circle the correct words. @ Penguins Cah CannoP fly. @ Baby penguins is are cute. © Penguins [has have wings. © Penguins lay egg eggs. ® The baby penguin look looks tired. © Many penguins live in on Antarctica. ® Baby penguins need their its parents. © Penguins like to is eat fish. © Penguins can swim very good well . ® There is are seventeen types of penguin. SSS «| aa Complete. I think animals are very cool . The has its own umbrella. keep cool with mud. use the sun to warm up. Baby know where it is safe to sleep. Nothing can touch a 's ball of spines. can live in a very hot desert. want it to rain every day, and can fly Squirrels sleep in a tree. at night. I like the Crocodiles sleep by the river. because But this little mouse gets its rest ne in a nice, warm, comfortable nest. Picture Dictionary hump 4, snow Bel sore bat deser peels mouse oY a spine bear dolphin £. nest ga squirrel s camel & duck > penguin a trunk G crocodile a elephant ‘a pci i umbrella mn a o\phin Reade, Dolphin Readers are available at five levels, from Starter to 4. The Dolphins series covers four major themes: Grammar, Living Together, The World Around Us, Science and Nature. For each theme, there are two titles at every level. Activity Books are available for all Dolphins. All Dolphins are available on audio CD. (2 TITLES ON EACH CD @ SEE TABLE BELOW) Teacher's Notes are available at www.oup.com/elt/dolphins Grammar "Living Together ‘The World Around Us! Science and Nature Silly Squirrel * My Family Doctor, Doctor * A Game of a 5) * Monkeying *A Day with Baby —* Moving House Shapes hag, Around *Baby Animals oS o eo * Meet Molly * Little Helpers On Safari * Number Magic Where Is It? *Jack the Hero Lost Kitten *How’s the Weather? *Double Trouble * Candy for *A Visit to the City * Numbers, Numbers *Super Sam Breakfast * Matt's Mistake Everywhere “Lost! Circles and Squares = eo eo oS oe fay) * Students in Space *New Girlin School *Just Like Mine Things That Fly BJ} “What Did You Do * Uncle Jerry's *Wonderful Wild * Let's Go to the ES Yesterday? Great Idea Animals Rainforest Sa ‘The Tough Task *We Won the Cup * Where People Live «In the Ocean Be * Yesterday, Today, *UpandDown City Girl, *Go, Gorillas, Go Fd a ‘and Tomorrow Country Boy oe o fe bo Wonderful Wild Animals Fiona Kenshole Dolphin Readers are an exciting and varied series of readers for young learners. 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