Animal World Stories by Mal Lewis Jones
  

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Animal World Stories by Mal Lewis Jones

Part of the Storyworlds series, this pack contains the four Stage Three Animal World stories about fantasy characters. The stories are Frisky and the Cat , Frisky and the Ducks , Frisky Wants to Sleep and Frisky Plays a Trick . Each stage of Storyworlds provides a carefully structured introduction of words and language. The different worlds ensure that these are introduced and practised in a variety of contexts. Stage Three, like Stage Two, offers the springboard approach - developing the role of the young child as an independent reader, whilst retaining some support offered by the experienced reader. Twenty-two new key words are introduced. The opening page of each story provides simple text for the teacher or older child to read. The child then reads the rest of the story. The repetitive language allows for the confident development of word-recognition skills.

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Format

Paperback
Contains 4 Paperbacks
12 pages

Author

Mal Lewis Jones
More books by Mal Lewis Jones

Publisher

Heinemann an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

15th April 1996

ISBN

9780435091088


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