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Gareth Calway - Author

Books by Gareth Calway

Doin Different New Ballads from the East of England

Doin Different New Ballads from the East of England

Author: Gareth Calway Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 26/11/2015

Bound for Jamaica

Bound for Jamaica

Author: Gareth Calway Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 01/11/2012

Between 1500 and 1800, over 12 million Africans were sold into slavery. This is the story of one boy who is kidnapped, sold and transported as a slave across the Atlantic from West Africa to a sugar plantation in Jamaica. The story of slavery told through a mixture of narrative and factual history. Find out the real story of the thousands of Africans taken from their homeland to work as slaves in the Americas and the Caribbean. *Help Key Stage 3 students move from Level 3b to Level 3a in reading. *Support comprehension with the illustrations and historical images that bring to life the experience of slavery. *Encourage shared and guided reading using the ready-made tasks and discussion points on the activity pages at the back of the book.

The Canterville Ghost Teaching Resource Pack

The Canterville Ghost Teaching Resource Pack

Author: Gareth Calway Format: Mixed media product Release Date: 30/09/2009

To accompany The Canterville Ghost graphic novels from Classical Comics and to help with their application in the classroom, this book is spiral-bound, making the pages easy to photocopy, and includes a CD-ROM with the pages in PDF format, ideal for whole-class teaching on whiteboards, laptops, etc or for direct digital printing. Written by a teacher, for teachers, helping to engage and involve students in the novel. Suitable for teaching ages 10-17, this book provides exercises that cover structure, understanding and character as well as key words, themes and literary techniques. It includes tasks that focus on the use of language and comprehension, there are also many cross-curriculum topics, covering areas within history, ICT, drama, reading, speaking, writing and art. An extensive Educational Links section provides further study opportunities. Devised to encompass a broad range of skill levels, this book provides many opportunities for differentiated teaching and the tailoring of lessons to meet individual needs. It includes a CD-ROM. This resource can be used alongside the Classical Comics adaptation of The Canterville Ghost as well as any traditional text. In fact, many of the activities can stand on their own as introductions to the world of Oscar Wilde.

Jane Eyre Teaching Resource Pack

Jane Eyre Teaching Resource Pack

Author: Gareth Calway Format: Mixed media product Release Date: 01/06/2009

To accompany the Jane Eyre graphic novels from Classical Comics and to help with their application in the classroom, this book is spiral-bound, making the pages easy to photocopy, and includes a CD-ROM with the pages in PDF format, ideal for whole-class teaching on whiteboards, laptops, etc or for direct digital printing. Written by a teacher, for teachers, helping to engage and involve students in the novel. Suitable for teaching ages 10-17, this book provides exercises that cover structure, understanding and character as well as key words, themes and literary techniques. Tasks of this title focus on the use of language and comprehension, there are also many cross-curriculum topics, covering areas within history, ICT, drama, reading, speaking, writing and art. There is an extensive Educational Links section that provides further study opportunities. Devised to encompass a broad range of skill levels, this book provides many opportunities for differentiated teaching and the tailoring of lessons to meet individual needs. It includes a CD-ROM. This resource can be used alongside the Classical Comics adaptation of Jane Eyre as well as any traditional text. In fact, many of the activities can stand on their own as introductions to the works of Charlotte Bronte.

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