The Picture of Dorian Gray - Blackcat - Intermediate
When the superbly handsome Dorian Gray sees his portrait he makes a terrible wish: that the portrait will grow older and that he will remain young forever. What happens to the portrait that no one ever sees? This disturbing story of a manwho is willing to sell his soul for eternal youth while pursuing pleasure and passion, was first published in 1890. It is one of Oscar Wilde’s most celebrated works.
Mouse is in a jam -- soon he'll be weasel soup! Weasel is ready for his dinner. And poor mouse is it. Just in time, he thinks up a clever and entertaining way to distract weasel from serving up mouse soup for supper.
This series have a range of books that combine fiction with dossiers packed with facts about English-speaking countries. They also have lots of extra acivities. This one is a mystery that teenage friends try to solve in New York...
Added by: bl007 | Karma: 3546.28 | Only for teachers, Graded Readers | 28 November 2013
Teacher's Guide to Using Graded Readers
This guide offers E nglish language teachers practical advice on using graded readers both in and out of the classroom. It has been compiled by practising teachers and teacher trainers and draws on the ideas of teachers in a wide range of countries who are teaching in different types of schools and colleges.