How to be Brilliant at Reading by Irene Yates
  

Synopsis

How to be Brilliant at Reading by Irene Yates

The activities in How to be Brilliant at Reading are designed to help Key Stage 2 (KS2) pupils develop fluency, accuracy, confidence and interest. Daily reading is crucial to the development of interest and good skills. The strategies to be found in this book are proven ways of giving children ownership of, and responsibility for their own reading development. The photocopiable worksheets include setting up a reading programme, responding to poems, learning to scan and comparing and contrasting reference books.

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Format

Paperback
52 pages

Author

Irene Yates
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Publisher


www.brilliantpublications.c...

Publication date

5th May 1995

ISBN

9781897675090


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