Way ahead Reader Letters from Home by Keith Gaines
  

Way ahead Reader Letters from Home

Written by Keith Gaines
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Part of the Way ahead readers Series

RRP £5.50

Synopsis

Way ahead Reader Letters from Home by Keith Gaines

This text is part of the Way Ahead Readers language scheme. There are two readers at each level, and these are carefully graded to ensure that children not only practice reading at an appropriate level of difficulty, but also gain confidence in approaching new texts. Linguistic structures have been tightly controlled to match the language in the course, and at the same time, known vocabulary is both reinforced and extended. All the texts contain additional activities for class or individual use.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Keith Gaines
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Publisher

Macmillan Education

Publication date

1st March 1999

ISBN

9780333674956


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