Brave New Words by Sam Custance
  

Brave New Words

Written by Sam Custance
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Part of the New Windmills Collections KS3 Series

Synopsis

Brave New Words by Sam Custance

This is a New Windmills Collection of sixteen stories by great contemporary writers. Brave New Words is a fabulous collection of texts by many of the nation's favourite children's writers. The authors include Anne Fine, Bill Bryson, Roald Dahl, Jacqueline Wilson, Alan Gibbons, and Robert Swindells. It is based on the new national curriculum list of recommended contemporary writers, this collection is designed to help students move up from Level 4 to Level 5. The variety, in both pace and genre, of the fun, lively, relevant texts help to engage students. This collection introduces students to the concept of genre through four sections: humour, history, diaries and sport. Each genre is accompanied by an eight lesson scheme of work and assessment task.

Reviews

A versatile range of resources to help all students meet the varied demands of Key Stage 3 study. - Anya Smith, Head of English

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
256 pages

Author

Sam Custance
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Publisher

Heinemann an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

30th May 1970

ISBN

9780435131951


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