Collins Primary Focus Comprehension: Pupil by Jack Jackman
  

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Collins Primary Focus Comprehension: Pupil by Jack Jackman

Collins Primary Focus: Comprehension Pupil Book 1 is aimed at ages 7+. Using a variety of well-known authors, the book is designed to encourage children to read and understand every essential fiction and non-fiction text type. Follow-up activities progress from literal questions to higher order thinking skills. * Features significant authors from a range of eras including contemporary household names that children love to read * Includes every genre required by current literacy frameworks * Supports all ability levels with a progression through literal, deductive, evaluative and inferential questions * Engages all children with an updated design and new artwork to complement different texts

About the Author

John Jackman is one of Collins' leading authors for Primary literacy. A former primary schoolteacher, he is an established, successful author of English language resources. Among his other publications for Collins are Collins Focus on Writing and Collins Focus on Grammar and Punctuation (consultant).

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Jack Jackman
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Publisher

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

Publication date

3rd January 2011

ISBN

9780007410606


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