Other Things to Do by Maria Beard
  

Other Things to Do

Written by Maria Beard
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Part of the Rainbow Reading Series

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Other Things to Do by Maria Beard

Special Needs Scheme that builds fluency and comprehension through audio assisted learning. Ideal for struggling readers and English language learners. For Key Stages 1-2 (P1-6). Contents include: 5 levels of books and audio cassettes. 20 books and audios per level. Plus, teaching support material with lesson plans, videos and assessment. Rainbow Reading provides clear audio-tape models of fluent reading, levelled high-interest books, by a variety of authors, opportunities for students to reread in a supportive environment, one-to-one conferencing with teacher or tutor, encourages students to self-monitor and to read fluently, for meaning. Teaching support material is ideal for assessing and improving comprehension, for practice in reading and following instructions, for improving spelling and word identification, for improvement in writing and reading, training video for staff.

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Format

Paperback
8 pages

Author

Maria Beard
More books by Maria Beard

Publisher

Rainbow Reading Programme

Publication date

1st December 2003

ISBN

9780909045456


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