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2 edition of Fiction Teachers Book Year 1 (PSW) found in the catalog.

Fiction Teachers Book Year 1 (PSW)

by Wendy Body

  • 61 Want to read
  • 39 Currently reading

Published by Longman .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • English (ie as school subject),
  • For National Curriculum Key Stage 1

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10695363M
    ISBN 100582776198
    ISBN 109780582776197

    As a first year teacher I found this book super helpful. At university, they don’t teach us how to begin the year in our classroom, especially developing a classroom management plan or implementing routines and procedures. This book goes into depth for those of us that have a million questions. I highly recommend this book for any educator. - Looking for a good book? Here are book recommendations by teachers, for teachers. See more ideas about Good books, Book recommendations, Books pins.

      The lessons learned from literature are not limited to English instruction; teachers in all content areas can learn from books written for students. There are many novels that encourage environmental advocacy and address the impact that humans have on their environment, while also telling engaging fictional stories that appeal to middle school. Non-fiction is not only great in its own right, but it can be a great hook for reluctant readers who may feel more relaxed without having to take in a long story and potentially a more-creative prose style. So we’ve picked out a selection of our favourites from the last year or so that you may have missed, and that are well worth giving a try. 1.

    Your students will have fun researching and learning all about penguins while compiling their very own penguin book with nonfiction text features (table of contents, headings, captions, diagrams and labels, photograph, map, and a glossary). Page Content(s) 1 cover page 1 table of contents page 4 fa.   Mr. Smith/Broxholm (My Teacher is an Alien). In this grade-school classic by the endlessly delightful Bruce Coville, a mean teacher is revealed to be an alien! What I remember best about this book is how much the cover freaked me out when I got it from the bookmobile around age 9.


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