Language Works Book 2 Grammar in Context by Bill Spence, Sue Bremner
  

Synopsis

Language Works Book 2 Grammar in Context by Bill Spence, Sue Bremner

Language Works: Grammar in Context is a series of workbooks for students from Years 1 to 6. Each book consists of 28 to 30 units per year, based on 10 weeks/term, including long weekends, and school testing requirements. Each unit focuses on a specific grammatical concept. Units will run in the same order in all books. Grammar features will be consistent in all years so that teachers of multi-age or multi-ability groupings can cover the same grammatical concept with all students at the same time.

About the Author

Bill Spence has taught across all primary years and has had extensive experience developing state-wide literacy policies and supporting teachers as a consultant. He is a well-published author, providing teachers and parents with books and articles on strategies to support students' literacy achievements. Sue Bremner works in NSW schools, and trained as a primary school teacher. She has worked as a classroom teacher, an English as a Second Language (ESL) teacher as well as a consultant, teacher-educator and policy adviser in compulsory education for many years. Sue has produced a number of well-received materials, in paper and electronic form, designed for busy educators. She maintains a passion for the teaching of literacy, and grammar in particular, to younger learners.

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Format

Paperback
80 pages

Author

Bill Spence, Sue Bremner
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Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

29th August 2007

ISBN

9780521692557


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