OER for young English Learners

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Linda Jolie / BIMS e.V. : Sarah and the Rainbow Elephant, http://www.amazon.com/Sarah-Rainbow-Elephant-Beginners-ebook/dp/B009629C2U/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1347109446&sr=8-1&keywords=linda+jolie

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OER for young English Learners

  1. 1. Linda Jolie / BIMS e.V. (2012): Sarah and the Rainbow Elephant. A story in Simple English for Young BeginnersTo support our work, just buy a printed (ISBN-13: 978-3848222711) or a KINDLE version(ASIN: B009629C2U). Thanks! This e-book version is licenced under http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/deed.de (Linda Jolie / BIMS e.V.)The story of Sarah and the Rainbow Elephant is developed for young English learners in kinder-garten, and primary schools. It is produced by BIMS e.V. (Germany), a non proft organisation.BIMS works in the feld of open access to education and information (http://bimsev.de).Linda Jolie loves design and graphics and have a bunch of wonderful kids. Please feel free to con-tact her personal agent Martin Schoen if you are interested in her work (ms@bimsev.de).
  2. 2. Sarah is playing with her ball. The ball is red. But, what is that grey thing over there?
  3. 3. “Hello! I am Sarah.Who are you?” “Hello Sarah! I am an elephant.”
  4. 4. “Oh, you are a BIG elephant!
  5. 5. “You know that elephants are grey.”“Yes, and you are grey.“
  6. 6. “I am grey.But my trunk is not grey.”
  7. 7. “Is your trunk blue?“ “No, it isnt.”
  8. 8. “Is your trunk red?“ “No, it isnt.”
  9. 9. “Is your trunk pink?“ “No, it isnt.”
  10. 10. “Is your trunk green?“ “No, it isnt.”
  11. 11. Is your trunkorange, yellow,or purple?” “No, it isnt.”
  12. 12. “My trunk is red, orange, yellow, pink, green,purple, and blue.”
  13. 13. “I like your trunk.It is a rainbow trunk!“
  14. 14. “And I like you, Sarah.” “I like you, too, rainbow elephant.
  15. 15. Now, Sarah has a friend.A real rainbow elephant.
  16. 16. Glossary ball elephant ear
  17. 17. tuskstrunkrainbowfriends
  18. 18. Linda Jolie / BIMS e.V. (2012): Sarah and the Rainbow Elephant. A story in Simple English for Young BeginnersTo support our work, just buy a printed (ISBN-13: 978-3848222711) or a KINDLE version(ASIN: B009629C2U). Thanks! This e-book version is licenced under http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/deed.de (Linda Jolie / BIMS e.V.)The story of Sarah and the Rainbow Elephant is developed for young English learners in kinder-garten, and primary schools. It is produced by BIMS e.V. (Germany), a non proft organisation.BIMS works in the feld of open access to education and information (http://bimsev.de).Linda Jolie loves design and graphics and have a bunch of wonderful kids. Please feel free to con-tact her personal agent Martin Schoen if you are interested in her work (ms@bimsev.de).

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