Workbook Punctuation Improver Stage by Sue Hackman
  

Synopsis

Workbook Punctuation Improver Stage by Sue Hackman

Improve your students' knowledge of language with this new series that combines instruction and tests in self-contained units. This workbook will support your students as they develop into competent users of language. The no-frills, no-nonsense approach is flexible to use by individuals or with a whole class. It's ideal for first teaching as well as catch-up with smaller groups. - Saves you time with ready-made learning material that offers clear, consistent teaching examples and tips - Builds your students' confidence with short practice tests that will indicate the area they need to focus on and improve - Covers aspects of English that students often find tricky to master

About the Author

Sue Hackman is a well-known Hodder author and works at the DfE with responsibility for assessment and core subjects. In the past Sue has held key positions in education and leadership, and was National Director of the National Strategies, leading the English team for several years. She has taught in all key stages and has been an adviser and an Ofsted inspector. She is the author of a substantial number of publications for teaching and learning English.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Sue Hackman
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Publisher

Publication date

28th June 2013

ISBN

9781444192278


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