Robinson Crusoe's Diary Virtual Pack, Reader by
  

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Robinson Crusoe's Diary Virtual Pack, Reader by

The Hodder Reading Project Level 3-4 identifies blocks to progression and takes pupils from National Curriculum Level 3 to Level 4. It comprises the Teacher's Resource, Pupil's Book and 6 Readers. Reader 2, Level 3, Robinson Crusoe's Diary edited by Sue Hackman. An accessible introduction to the novel Robinson Crusoe with information about its author Daniel Defoe; a short account of Alexander Selkirk, the original 'Robinson Crusoe', whose real-life account of life on a desert island inspired the novel; revealing facts about Defoe's problems of having the manuscript accepted and then, finally, Robinson Crusoe's place in history as the first novel ever written. The introduction is followed by diary extracts from the novel which follow Robinson Crusoe's first few months on the island - coming to terms with being the only survivor, salvaging material from the wreck, his struggles with building his shelter, feeding himself, and surviving a fever.

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Edited by Sue Hackman (author of the Hodder Reading Project scheme).

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Paperback
Contains 6 copies of Paperback

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Hodder Education

Publication date

28th August 2009

ISBN

9781444111781


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