Oxford Primary Thesaurus by Susan Rennie
  

Oxford Primary Thesaurus

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Oxford Primary Thesaurus by Susan Rennie

This is a major edition of the popular Oxford Primary Thesaurus. It lists words in alphabetical order and gives over 50,000 synonyms, antonyms, and special topic words to encourage pupils to improve their writing. The simple and accessible design with headwords picked out in colour, alphabet tabs on every page, and tinted colour panels with extra information on overused words, topic words, and writing tips will make finding new or alternative words quick and simple. Fully revised in line with the new 2006 Literacy Framework, it supports pupils creating and shaping their own texts and helps them to use language imaginatively and effectively. It helps them to choose words for particular effects and for formal, informal, or subject-specific contexts. The Oxford Primary Thesaurus is an invaluable reference tool for pupils to reflect independently and critically on their own writing and edit and improve it.

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Format

Hardback
512 pages

Author

Susan Rennie
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Publisher

Oxford University Press
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Publication date

3rd May 2007

ISBN

9780199115167


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