Teacher's Guide Year 3 by Gill Matthews


Teacher's Guide Year 3 by Gill Matthews

White Wolves Teacher Guide provides engaging lesson plans and extension activities to support the White Wolves Non-fiction series for year 3. White wolves Non-fiction reflects the range of non-fiction texts that children will come across in the real world, from guidebooks to cookbooks and is an exciting extension to the White Wolves fiction guided reading scheme. Structured to support the new Primary Framework, this series of non-fiction titles for KS2 has been written and designed to provide a fresh, high-interest look at core geography, history and science topics, and is ideal for classroom and topic libraries, and for teaching non-fiction literacy skills in a curriculum context.

About the Author

Gill Matthews is a literacy consultant and writer, and has been series editor for several major literary programmes (including Literacy World and Rigby Dimensions) and series consultant for publishers including Scholastic, Hodder & Stoughton, Franklin Watts and Evans. She was heavily involved in the development of the non-fiction element of the National Literacy Strategy for teachers, and is a leading advocate for the need for non-fiction in literacy teaching.

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56 pages


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Publication date

29th July 2009



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