The Oxford Literacy Web is an exciting new literacy programme designed to guide schools successfully through the primary years. Fitting the requirements of the National Literacy Strategy, National Curriculum in England and Wales, English Language 5-14 in Scotland, and Common Curriculum in Northern Ireland, the Oxford Literacy Web guides pupils through the core skills associated with learning to read and write with a diverse range of literary styles within the genres of fiction, non-fiction, rhymes, language, and poetry. The "Fiction" strand: there can be no better way to learn to read than through the Duck Green School and Variety story strands. Exciting stories, hilarious events, and dynamic illustrations combine to ensure diversity and enjoyment. Variety stories extend children's experience of different styles of fiction. They reinforce vocabulary but include a more challening element to push upward toward the next level. The Stage 2 Consolidation cluster ("Bear Tales" by Celia Warren and Alison Hawes) consists of 3 amusing stories about Big Bear and his friends, illustrated by John Blackman. These stories consolidate the vocabulary learned in the Stage 2 Duck Green Stories. The Stage 2 Extension cluster ("Tig Stories" by Paul Shipton) consists of 3 stories about a friendly monster's first experiences of school, illustrated by Clive Scruton. These stories extend vocabulary from Stage 2. The books are available in both standard and `big book' format.
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Descrizione libro OUP Oxford, 1999. Paperback. Condizione libro: Very Good. In VERY GOOD overall condition, with some signs of previous ownership. Daily dispatch from UK warehouse. Codice libro della libreria mon0001529041
Descrizione libro OUP Oxford, 1999. Paperback. Condizione libro: Very Good. An EX LIBRARY copy in VERY GOOD condition.May have some library identification marks/stamps. Daily dispatch from UK warehouse. This book is in VERY GOOD overall condition, showing only light signs of previous ownership. Codice libro della libreria mon0002843601
Descrizione libro Oxford University Press. PAPERBACK. Condizione libro: Very Good. 0199156484. Codice libro della libreria FF0045133