Beginning to Read for Grade 1 Learner's workbook by Jean Place, Vivien Linington, Kate Ruttle, Richard Brown
  

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Beginning to Read for Grade 1 Learner's workbook by Jean Place, Vivien Linington, Kate Ruttle, Richard Brown

The Learner's Workbook 2 is designed to work in conjunction with the Cambridge Reading Routes strands of readers for Grade 2. The aim of the workbook is to provide a visually appealing means to stimulate the development of learners' reading and phonic skills by its unique tear-off and cut and paste design. It makes use of recognisable picture images in conjunction with familiar text to promote the development of comprehension and other language skills, while maintaining the learner's interest through characters with which the learner can interact and relate in a South African context. Skills consolidated are also listed at the bottom of each worksheet for easy reference.

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Paperback
56 pages
Interest Age: From 4

Author

Jean Place, Vivien Linington, Kate Ruttle, Richard Brown
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Publication date

8th June 1998

ISBN

9780521627986


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