Everyone knows about Brazil's beautiful beaches, the Amazon rainforest, and the wonderful Carnival of Rio de Janeiro. But there is a lot more to Brazil than this: here you can find interesting old towns, modern cities, and thousands of different kinds of animals and plants. It is home to worldfamous artists and writers, and international sporting events like the World Cup and the Olympics, too. What other interesting things can you see here? Why is there music and dancing on its streets? And who are the people of this amazing country?
With Oxford Bookworms Factfiles, embark on fact-finding missions to the rainforests of Madagascar, downtown New York, and even the moon. Factfiles give fascinating insights into important issues in an informative and enjoyable way.
Factfiles provide in-depth information about a range of subjects. Language is carefully graded for students at elementary to upper-intermediate levels, Bookworms Stages 1-5.
Factfiles are ideal for cultural and cross-curricular studies. Your students can explore major cities, or research the customs, lifestyles, and history of the English-speaking world.
Factfiles develop reading comprehension and train students to scan texts for specific information. A variety of activities encourage students to work actively with their text.
Factfiles are ideal for project work. Follow-up activities present ideas for discussions, writing tasks, and extended projects.
Factfiles are easy and fun to use. High-quality color photographs keep students engaged in the readings and aid their understanding.
Factfiles are supported by online resources, including answer keys and photocopiable tests. All material from the Readers Website is available in a Teacher's Handbook.
Factfiles develop important vocabulary. Glossaries provide a clear explanation of unfamiliar words.
Factfiles have audio for many titles in the series.