Reading for Literacy for Ages 5-7 by Andrew Brodie, Judy Richardson
  

Synopsis

Reading for Literacy for Ages 5-7 by Andrew Brodie, Judy Richardson

The six books in this series provide a range of worksheets, display materials and teachers' notes designed to help teachers deliver the reading element of the Literacy Strategy. They cover an extensive range of text genres ranging from Myths and fables to evaluating press releases! Each activity can be used for individual or shared reading and provides excellent practice for the National Tests. The exercises are differentiated allowing teachers to meet pupils' individual needs.

About the Author

Andrew Brodie was a head teacher for twelve years after many successful years in the primary classroom. He began writing his best selling educational books in 1992 and since then has established himself as a name that teachers have come to trust. He is still very much involved in education and continues to teach on a regular basis. Judy Richardson has extensive experience as a writer of educational materials, including Assembly Today. She was a full time teacher for many years and rose to become deputy head of a Norfolk First School.

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Format

Paperback
104 pages

Author

Andrew Brodie, Judy Richardson
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Publisher

Andrew Brodie Publications an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Publication date

16th May 2006

ISBN

9780713679779


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