Kaos World Chronicles: A Structured Literacy Scheme KS3-4 Pack 1 by Lucas Wellington
  

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Kaos World Chronicles: A Structured Literacy Scheme KS3-4 Pack 1 by Lucas Wellington

This comprehensive new literacy scheme is structured around a series of high-interest, low-reading age stories designed specifically to appeal to older students, including those in special schools (BESD). The page turning stories are set in a future post-apocalyptic world where law and order and life as we know it have broken down. Illustrated throughout with gritty and atmospheric illustrations. Two reading books at each level allow for one to be an easier reading version to grab the interest of reluctant readers and enable them to build confidence and fluency while enjoying the same stories as peers. Once they have read the easier version most students then go on to read the more detailed version. Each book contains a list of tricky words at the end. The reading books are supported by books of structured worksheets (also available on the accompanying CD), which offer small, acheivable steps by way of word, sentence and text activities. There are also monitor and objective sheets which provide targets and record progress and certificates with which to reward and motivate students. A4 teacher's book containing pre-reading worksheets with monitor and objective sheets and certificates and CD .

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Format

Mixed media product
Contains Paperback and CD-ROM
135 pages

Author

Lucas Wellington
More books by Lucas Wellington

Publisher

LDA

Publication date

7th June 2012

ISBN

9781855035065


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