Collins Primary Literacy Pupil Book 5 by Kay Hiatt, Mary Green
  

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Collins Primary Literacy Pupil Book 5 by Kay Hiatt, Mary Green

Collins Primary Literacy Pupil Book 5 features fiction from Michael Morpurgo and Roald Dahl, poetry from Benjamin Zephaniah, and exciting non-fiction from news reports and more. Pupil Book 5 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

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
96 pages

Author

Kay Hiatt, Mary Green
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Publisher

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

Publication date

4th January 2008

ISBN

9780007226993


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