Core English KS3 Real Progress in Writing by Kevin Dyke, Steve Eddy, Alan Howe, Emma Page


Core English KS3 Real Progress in Writing by Kevin Dyke, Steve Eddy, Alan Howe, Emma Page

Real Progress in Writing shares the core knowledge and skills that successful writers use in order to appreciate, understand and critically read a wide range of texts. Aligned to the new National Curriculum for English and with progression built into each unit, this book helps students to build a firm foundation in writing. Contents include: - How to use accurate spelling, punctuation and grammar - How to improve vocabulary, sentences and paragraphs - How to choose and use appropriate register, form and tone - How to compose and present texts for a range of audiences and purposes

About the Author

Former English teacher Steve Eddy has worked as an editor and journalist in education and in the Mind, Body and Spirit field. He has helped to develop Hodder's English study guides, writing several himself. In addition to the books on this page, he is co-author of Success at Key Stage 3: English and Revise GCSE English; Timeless Wisdom of the Celts; AS and A Level English (WH Smith); and The New Astrology (Bloomsbury). Steve lives in Wales with partner and co-author Claire Hamilton, with whom he runs mythology workshops. He enjoys caving, hill-walking and Qi Gong.

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180 pages


Kevin Dyke, Steve Eddy, Alan Howe, Emma Page
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Publication date

28th September 2012



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