Bright Sparks: Gone Fishing by Alison Flew
  

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Bright Sparks: Gone Fishing by Alison Flew

Bright Sparks Literacy Project is a set of reading materials that provide staged opportunities for the progressive acquisition of literacy skills in the early years of schooling. Each title draws on a broad base of literacy skills, yet focuses on one or two skills, enabling teachers to appropriately select texts according to student's perceived need. Readers are exposed to a range of appropriate text types and language structures. Texts and activities have been developed around common themes explored in contemporary classrooms, allowing teachers to capitalise on the use of context when reading and writing.

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Format

Paperback
16 pages

Author

Alison Flew
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Publication date

2nd May 2002

ISBN

9780521754170


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