Stories of Many Cultures 5-6 Reader by John Catron


Stories of Many Cultures 5-6 Reader by John Catron

The Hodder Reading Project Level 5-6 identifies blocks to progression and takes pupils from National Curriculum Level 5 to Level 6. It comprises the Teacher's Resource and the 6 Readers. Reader 2, Level 5, Stories of Many Cultures edited by John Catron, Sue Hackman and Jean Moore. 'Stories of Many Cultures' is a multi-cultural collection of twelve short stories and extracts, ranging from the experiences of ex-slaves in America's Deep South to contemporary teenage life in Asian Britain. The selection includes stories from well-known authors such as Ursula Le Guin and Amy Tan, as well as new writers like Romesh Gunesekara.

About the Author

Sue Hackman has been closely involved in the development of the Key Stage 3 English Strategy, and is the author of successful material for lower-attainers, including Fast Forward and Hodder English Gold. John Catron is a Key Stage 3 English Consultant for Redcar and Cleveland; Jean Moore is a Head of English. They are both experienced authosr with many years of classroom experience.

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112 pages


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Publication date

25th January 2008



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