Blueprints - Writing Photocopiable Resource Bank Key Stage 1-2 Scotland P1-P7 by Pie Corbett

Blueprints - Writing Photocopiable Resource Bank Key Stage 1-2 Scotland P1-P7

Written by Pie Corbett
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Blueprints - Writing Photocopiable Resource Bank Key Stage 1-2 Scotland P1-P7 by Pie Corbett

This title focuses on: writing stories and poems; writing for information; writing from reading; writing from personal experience; and redrafting and proof-reading.

About the Author

Pie Corbett

Pie Corbett has advised the National Literacy Strategy for both the Primary and Key Stage 3 phase. He works across the country, running inset and development projects - and was co-leader of the DfES Innovations project on 'Storymaking', based at the International Learning and Research Centre. Author of over 250 books, he writes poetry, stories and materials for teachers. He has compiled many best-selling anthologies for Macmillan Children's Books including The Works 2, The Works 4 and Assembly Poems. Evidence of Dragons is his first solo collection for children.

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128 pages


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Publication date

14th July 1997



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