Draw to a Cloze by Wayne Black
  

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Draw to a Cloze by Wayne Black

Draw to a Cloze is an exciting photocopiable resource to develop comprehension skills. Features: detailed drawings and high-interest topics; super whole-class, group or paired activities; ideal and fun method of assessment; activities that are organised into two-page picture-story units, where pupil needs to display comprehension by: reading text and drawing relevant detail onto illustration; and studying illustration and completing missing text from cloze passage.

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Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

Wayne Black
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Publisher

Prim-Ed Publishing

Publication date

31st August 1996

ISBN

9781864002898


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