What Can it be? Set B Emergent Guided Readers by Dorothy Avery
  

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What Can it be? Set B Emergent Guided Readers by Dorothy Avery

Personal Narrative. Ideal for Guided reading and writing. Also for independent reading and writing. Suitable as take home readers. Interactive books. Good for children who are high-interest, lower ability. Age range: 4-11 years. Provides thorough coverage of literacy strategy for Foundation (P1) through to Year 6 (P7). Can also be used with Year 7+ (S1+). Book banded. Teacher's Notes available separately on CD-ROM. Size: 19cm tall x 16cm wide. Published 1998. 24 pages.

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Format

Paperback

Author

Dorothy Avery
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Publisher

Shortland Publications (USA) Incorporated

Publication date

1st January 2001

ISBN

9780769902111


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