Pupil Book 1C by Kay Hiatt, Brenda Stones
  

Pupil Book 1C

Written by Kay Hiatt, Brenda Stones
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Part of the Collins Primary Literacy Series

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Synopsis

Pupil Book 1C by Kay Hiatt, Brenda Stones

Collins Primary Literacy Pupil Book 1C features fiction and poetry from Kathy Henderson and Ruth Brown, and non-fiction on the garden and more. Pupil Book 1C covers a wide variety of text types and topics and provides engaging activities to help you deliver the objectives of the renewed Framework. * Three clear levels of differentiation throughout ensure you provide the right work for every child * Stimulating activities, role plays and group work including comprehension, speaking and listening, and writing will get your pupils thinking, talking and writing * Lots of ideas for planning and writing stories, articles and poems * Top children's authors will grab your pupils' attention and ensure they love reading * Pupil Book 1C contains Units 9-12

About the Author

John Jackman and Wendy Wren are established, successful authors in education and bring to the project a wealth of expertise and experience. John is one of Collins' Primary authors. A former primary schoolteacher he has written the successful Collins Primary Comprehension and consulted on Collins Primary Grammar and Punctuation. Wendy, a former school teacher and freelance editor, is co-author of a number of publications, notably Nelson English which she co-wrote with John.

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Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Kay Hiatt, Brenda Stones
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Publisher

Collins Educational an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
www.collins.co.uk

Publication date

30th May 2008

ISBN

9780007226955


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