Stage 1 - Teen ELI Readers - below A1
Charles Dickens - Illustrated by Maja Celija. Retold by Sarah Gudgeon
‘Please, sir, can I have some more?’ asks Oliver.
Oliver Twist is a poor orphan boy. He hasn’t got a mum or dad and he lives in a terrible place called the workhouse. One day, he makes the master of the
workhouse very angry and his life changes forever... What will happen next to Oliver? Where will he go? Will he find a nice family to live with or will Fagin
and his gang of thieves make Oliver stay with them? Read this exciting tale of life in 19th century England and find out!
Family and friends, The home,
Grammar and Structures
Adjectives, Adverbs, Comparatives
and Superlatives, Conjunctions, Can
for ability and requests / permission,
Determiners, Have got, Infinitive of
purpose, Must for obligation, Nouns,
Prepositions (place, time), Pronouns,
Question words, Relative clauses,
There is / There are, Verb tenses;
present simple, present continuous,
past simple, Verb + infinitive / + ing,
When clauses, Would like
Friendship and hate | Social Issues
Extra Digital Resources - Teacher
Oliver Twist - Teen ELI Readers
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