Improving Punctuation 7-8 by Andrew Brodie
  

Synopsis

Improving Punctuation 7-8 by Andrew Brodie

Photocopiable series featuring 15 punctuation targets, which can be displayed on the whiteboard, accompanied by three differentiated worksheet - one sheet at lower ability pupils, one aimed at the middle range and one for higher ability. Series covers all aspects of punctuation and sentence structure, ranging from the use of capital letters and full stops to the use of speech marks, quotation marks, apostrophes and bracketing commas.

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Provide ready-to-use classroom resources to help pupils tell a comma from a full stop. TES

About the Author

Andrew Brodie has extensive experience as a writer of educational materials. He was a teacher for many year and a headteacher over a period of 12 years. He still teaches on a regular basis. Jan Brodie, consultant for the series, is a special needs coordinator in a primary school. She has experience and a range of qualifications in special needs teaching, including the teaching of dyslexic children.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
64 pages
Interest Age: from 7 to 9

Author

Andrew Brodie
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Publisher

Publication date

21st June 2012

ISBN

9781408173985


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