See sample pages from My Bolivia! – ELI Young Reader
Meet Ricardo, his family and friends.
Meet Ricardo, a young boy from Bolivia who wants to tell you about his homeland and what life is like in a small Bolivian village. Then join Ricardo and his friends from Santa Cruz as they go on a fun day trip to the ‘Pajcha’ waterfall!
Grammar and structures
Past simple (regular and irregular verbs), Past continuous, Present perfect simple, Will, Comparative and superlative adjectives, If and When clauses (in zero conditionals),
verb + infinitive, make something + adjective
In this Reader you will find:
Games and language activities | An audio recording of the story | A picture dictionary
Note that this book is accompanied by an audio CD.
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The Young ELI Readers/Real Lives series expands to include a collection of Children True Stories. It means that children from different and not so well known Countries tell ELI students about their daily life and Countries.
• 4 introductory pages of information and curiosities about the country the children are from, allow the young learners to get to know the main characteristics and interesting
aspects of the country.
• Stunning and authentic photos invite the reader into the children’s world, their family and their everyday life.
• an authentic story lets the reader become familiar with other cultures and different ways of living, while having fun.
• a cooperation between ELI and an NGO (non-governmental organization) for each Book: ELI donates parts of the proceeds for relevant development and aid projects
• final pages of activities, including tasks dealing with 21st Century Skills, help pupils to revise and analyse the story with a critical thinking approach, to compare cultures dealing with a great amount of information, to solve problems creatively while working in teams or small groups.
• a Multimedia files adds a digital dimension to reading in class, with an IWB, or at home on the PC. With the Multimedia files children follow fun animations of the story, listen to the recording with a ‘karaoke’ function, do engaging, interactive and autocorrecting exercises, and