Sledmere Stories The Gameboy; Sophie Gets it Right; Stop Thief! by Amanda Greenley, Linda Evans
  

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Sledmere Stories The Gameboy; Sophie Gets it Right; Stop Thief! by Amanda Greenley, Linda Evans

When children reach the top of Key Stage 2 and are below average readers, they need to practice reading skills with materials that are attractive, motivating, and accessible; variety is important too. These stories will be useful for pupils whose first language is not English. Each book in the series contains three stories featuring Ali and Sam and their friends from Sledmere Junior School. Each story: uses contexts that are familiar to most pupils, for example the school setting, home/local community; is written in natural language style with simple grammatical structures; highlights tricky words on each page to help readers sort them out without interrupting the story; features a multi-cultural, working-class community; and is accompanied by questions to be used of for checking understanding and facilitating discussion.

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Format

Paperback
80 pages

Author

Amanda Greenley, Linda Evans
More books by Amanda Greenley, Linda Evans

Publisher

David Fulton Publishers Ltd an imprint of Taylor & Francis Ltd
www.collinseducation.com

Publication date

1st April 2004

ISBN

9781843121534


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