Stage 2 200 headwords | A1 | Starters/Movers | Original
Anonymous. Retold by Jane Cadwallader.
This adventure story tells the beginnings of the legend of Robin Hood, a legend that has fascinated generations of children.
It starts when Robin Hood comes home to England after fighting for King Richard the Lionheart. He finds that his house has been taken over by the bad Prince John and his servant the Sheriff of Nottingham. Robin goes into Sherwood Forest where, along with Maid Marion, he forms a band to fight back against the bad Prince and the Sheriff and to defend the poor.
phsycial descriptions, food and meals, everyday activities, action verbs
Grammar and structures
Present simple, Present continuous
Adverbs, Comparative and superlative adjectives, Verb + Infinitive, Can / Can’t for ability, Prepositions of place, Relative clauses
In this Reader you will find:
Games and language activities | Au audio recording of the story | A picture dictionary
Recognising right and wrong | Sharing | Kindness
Extra Digital Resources - Student
Extra Digital Resources - Teacher
The Legend of Robin Hood
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