Graded Readers for the 2nd Term

Rules

You MUST buy the books (they are inexpensive: only about 6€ each). Photocopies are NOT ALLOWED. Photocopying books is ILLEGAL. You must respect copyright law, writers and editors! Authors make a living from it and lose revenue when you photocopy: COPYING is STEALING!






You must bring your books to class on the day of the test.


1st ESO – Test on Friday, February 19th
The Ghost Teacher

Author: Julie Hart
Burlington Books
ISBN: 978-9963-626-91-5
Genre: Horror / Suspense
Level: Medium
Words: 200-400 Headwords

West Hill School is just an ordinary school, but one day a new teacher arrives and some very strange things start to happen. The teacher comes to work in a car that has no driver. He carries a newspaper dating from 1935. And he always seems to punish the same boy. What is going on?
2nd ESO – Test on Monday, February 22nd
Author: Mark Twain
Burlington Books
ISBN: 978-9963-46-155-4
Genre: Classic Adventure
Level: Medium
Words: 400-600 Headwords

One of Mark Twain’s most popular characters, Tom Sawyer, is a mischievous boy who grows up in the area of the Mississippi River in the USA. He is always in trouble and constantly trying to avoid work and school. With his friend, Huck Finn, Tom has all kinds of adventures and gets into all sorts of predicaments, but they usually find a way to solve their problems.
3rd ESO – Test on Monday, February 22nd
Author: H. Rider Haggard
Burlington Books
ISBN: 978-9963-46-135-6
Genre: Classic Adventure
Level: Medium
Words: 600-90 Headwords
Allan Quatermain, Sir Henry Curtis and Captain Good set out to find Sir Henry’s brother, George Curtis, who has disappeared while looking for the legendary diamond mines of King Solomon in Africa. The group’s exciting adventures take them to Kukuanaland, where they try to solve the mystery of King Solomon’s treasure.


4th ESO – Test on Monday, February 22nd
retold by Julie Hart
Burlington Books
ISBN: 978-9963-47-834-7
Genre: Classic Fiction
Level: Medium
Words: 900-1,300 Headwords
A superb collection of five classic stories written by famous 19th-century writers. Prepare to be fascinated, scared and saddened. The stories are about ordinary people and the choices they make in life – some good, some bad and some with disastrous consequences. All five stories carry a strong message, and have a surprising twist at the end.







We have got 10 cd’s containing the audio recording of the stories which will be given to the top 4 students in the first term in each group and the first student to have signed in as a follower of Labor English Zone (if one of the four top students happens to be also the first one to register as a follower, the audio cd will be given to the next student in their group to have signed in). These are the winners:
1st ESO A 
(Top 4 students + 1st follower of Labor English Zone)
Javier López Graña
Gabriel Martínez García
Íñigo Alcubierre Clemente
Rodrigo Rodríguez González
Alexandre Graña Pérez
1st ESO B 
(Top 4 + 1st follower of Labor English Zone)
Candela Rodríguez Bernárdez
Adrián Alonso Núñez
Ánder Dieste Cortés
Édgar Pereira Veiga
Jesús A. Vieira Míguez
2nd ESO A
(Top 4 + 1st follower of Labor English Zone)
Iago Borrajo Rodríguez
Yasmina El Hachimi
Carlos Maceiras Masero
Sol Epstein Fernández
Sheila Aparicio Suárez
2nd ESO B
(Top 4 + 1st follower of Labor English Zone)
Miguel Romero Zapatero
Cecilia Saa Pereira
Mª Desirée Fernández de Araújo
Paula Suárez Balado
Antía Suárez Molares
3rd ESO A
(Top 4 + 1st follower of Labor English Zone)
Paula Reguera Ayán
Belén González Muñoz
Lorena Gil Vaseluk
Christian Collazo Román
Alejandro Godar Calvar
3rd ESO B
(Top 4 + 1st follower of Labor English Zone)
Marta Barros Reguera
Alejandro Otero Fernández
Joana Susana Mayo Gandarío
Laura Barros Reguera
Alberto Ponce Patiño
4th ESO A
(Top 4 + 1st follower of Labor English Zone)
Sara McGarry Arena
Marina López Ribera
Christian Ferradás Alonso
Naia Cea Vila
Esteban Bernárdez Troncoso
4th ESO B
(Top 4 + 1st follower of Labor English Zone)
Cristina Ponce Fernández
Reyes Moreno Fernández
Mónica Faro Comesaña
Carlos Pachón González
Miguel Vila Rodríguez

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NNET, Secondary Education, Labor School, Vigo
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