|aPredators and prey /|cwritten by Alex Woolf ; text adapted by Hannah Fish.
|aLondon :|bLadybird Books,|c2020.
|a31 p. :|bcol. ill. ;|c26 cm
|aDo you know?. Level 4
|aLevel 4, A2. 1100 headwords.
|aWord count 964.
|a"Inspired by BBC Earth TV series and developed with input from BBC Earth natural history specialists."
|a"With video content from BBC Earth"--Cover.
|aHow do animals hide from predators? Which predators surprise their prey? Find out how predators hunt and prey animals try to stay safe in this BBC Earth reader. Do You Know? is a series of levelled non-fiction books featuring video content, project work and critical-thinking activities to motivate and engage young learners. Covering a range of STEM topics from nocturnal animals to climate change, Do You Know? takes an enquiry-based approach, developing children's language, communication and investigation skills.
How do animals hide from predators? Which predators surprise their prey? Find out how predators hunt and prey animals try to stay safe in this BBC Earth reader. The Ladybird Do You Know? graded readers series comprises a range of non-fiction STEM titles for young learners of English. Covering a variety of topics, Do You Know? adopts an enquiry-based approach, and includes motivating video content, project work and critical thinking activities to develop students' linguistic and twenty-first century skills. Recommended for children aged 7+, there are four levels progressing from CEFR level Pre-A1 to level A2. Each reader is accompanied by online video content, audio, video and comprehension activities, and suggestions for project work. Predators and Prey, a Level 4 Reader, is A2 in the CEFR framework and supports YLE Flyers exams. The longer text is made up of sentences with up to three clauses, more complex past and future tense structures, modal verbs and a wider variety of conjunctions.