Level Stories Total Words Head Words Pages Size Audio Summary
S Starter Alphabet & Phonics 50 to 100 approx.
30 to 50
16 to 20 250*218 and 175*236 Yes(with songs) Let the Learning through reading begin
Basics: Learn the alphabet and phonics with interactive picture books and songs.
1 Beginner Theme based picture books 200 to 300 approx.
50 to 100
40 175*236 Yes(with songs) Fun and colorful themed stories for learning new vocabulary
Expose: Learn new vocabulary through theme based picture books with target vocabulary.
2 Elementary Fairy Tales 500 to 700 approx.
32 to 48 175*236 Yes(with songs) Classic Fairy Tales retold in new ways
Explore: Develop reading skills with familiar fairy tales that have accompanying audio.
3 Pre-Intermediate Fun Reading : 1000word stories 1000 approx.
40 to 48 150*215 Yes Stories with the 'magic 1,000 words'
Excite: Create excitement in reading with a variety of fast-paced stories across genres.
4 Intermediate Stories for personal growth 2000 approx.
40 to 48 150*215 Yes Stories for personal growth
Experience: Develop character analysis and discuss situations faced by the characters.
5 Upper-Intermediate Adventure stories 4000 approx.
44 to 48 150*215 Yes Adventure! Adventure! Adventure!
Expand: Discuss problem and resolution for each story by conducting a plot analysis.
6 Advanced Contemporary & Classic 7000 approx.
56 to 60 150*215 Yes Enjoying the fruits of reading fluently!
Excel: Develop reading fluency and discuss key themes with longer stories.

Language Skills

Level Reading Listening Speaking Writing
S Starter Recognizes the alphabet.
Can use phonics to decode simple words.
Can match simple illustrations and words.
Can respond to simple pre-learned phrases and expressions.
Can recognize and identify alphabet letter sounds.
Can sound out letters of the alphabet.
Can sound out words and sounds through miming and imitation.
Can trace alphabet letters.
Can copy English.
1 Beginner Can recognize and read familiar sight-words.
May be able to read short texts.
Can phonetically decode familiar words.
Can understand a few key words and phrases.
Can understand simple instructions.
Can sound out words and sounds through miming and imitation.
Can produce isolated words and phrases.
Can write alphabet letters.
Can copy individual words.
May be able to write small familiar words
2 Elementary Can match illustrations with narrative.
May be able to identify story sequence.
Can answer simple WH-questions relating to story.
Can comprehend a few key words and phrases and simple structures. Can speak in fragments.
Emulates dialogue from storybooks.
Can write small familiar words independently.
May be able to construct simple sentences.
3 Pre-Intermediate Can identify topic in short simple texts.
Can answer simple questions by consulting text to locate information.
Can comprehend few key words and phrases and simple structures. Can recognize limited number of words and phrases.
Can make simple introductions and give basic information.
Can write simple sentences about self, family, or other highly familiar topics.
4 Intermediate Can read some passages with new vocabulary.
Can predict and decode to interpret new vocabulary in context.
Can broadly follow main ideas in formal/informal conversations at a slow speed. Can retell reading passages.
Can have a conversation but with some gaps.
Can write mostly simple sentences.
Can write a set of simple instructions or a simple message.
5 Upper-Intermediate Can identify specific detail by scanning.
Can read texts with new vocabulary.
May use bilingual dictionary.
Can follow some informal conversation.
Can comprehend a limited number of idioms.
Can communicate well in predictable situations.
Can use a few idioms.
Can request and give information
Writes some compound sentences and may write complex sentences to report a series of events.
6 Advanced Can demonstrate comprehension by providing explanations.
May personalize text and form opinions.
Follows main ideas in formal and informal conversations at a normal speed. Can speak with moderate to high fluency and accuracy.
Can relate and request information for a variety of situations.
Can write continuous texts.
Can take notes and reproduce information given orally or visually of medium complexity.