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by Chris Molan,Chris Culshaw

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Author:
Chris Molan,Chris Culshaw
ISBN13:
978-0198335832
ISBN:
0198335830
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Publisher:
Oxford University Press (April 1998)
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Growing Up & Facts of Life
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1971 kb
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The Foundation Level Stories are part of the third wave of Headwork Reading: special needs reading resources for Key Stage 3. These stories come in at a reading level below Level 1. They offer 350-450 words per story in Pack A and 650-800 words per story in Pack B at reading.

The Foundation Level Stories are part of the third wave of Headwork Reading: special needs reading resources for Key Stage 3. They offer 350-450 words per story in Pack A and 650-800 words per story in Pack B at reading ages of 6-7. Large type and plenty of black and white illustrations aid reluctant readers at this very low level. Progression of reading stamina is provided between Packs A and B which themselves act as stepping stones to Level 1 stories already published.

Chris Culshaw, Chris Molan.

Headwork Reading Level 2a book. Cassettes 1, 2 and 3 provide readings of the stories which can be used by students before they read or as readalong material.

They are part of the "Headwork Reading Foundation Level" series which begins at a level below Level 1. . The "Foundation Level Stories" are part of the third wave of "Headwork Reading" - special needs reading resources for Key Stage 3. They offer 350-450 words per story in pack A and 650-800 words per story in pack B at reading ages of. 6-7.

Published April 1998 by Oxford University Press.

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Chris Culshaw (Culshaw, Chris). used books, rare books and new books. Baby Doll (Headwork Reading: Foundation Stories Level A): ISBN 9780198335887 (978-0-19-833588-7) Softcover, Oxford University Press, 1998. Citizenship in Focus. Find all books by 'Chris Culshaw' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Chris Culshaw'. Baby Doll (Headwork Reading: Foundation Stories Level A). by Michael E. Thomson, Chris Culshaw, David Bennett, Trevor Millum. ISBN 9780198335887 (978-0-19-833588-7) Softcover, Oxford University Press, 1998. by Simon Foster, Chris Culshaw, John Foster.

Published Works by Chris Culshaw. 13. Sisters (Headwork Reading: Foundation Stories, Level A) (Paperback) Author: Chris Culshaw Illustrator: Chris Molan Publisher: Oxford University Press. 14. Bertha (Headwork Reading: Foundation Stories, Level A) (Paperback) Author: Chris Culshaw Illustrator: Karen Donnelly Publisher: Oxford University Press.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Headwork Reading: Level 1 (Reading Age 6-7) . Good Condition: A book that has been read, but is in good condition. Minimal damage to the book cover eg. scuff marks, but no holes or tears.

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Chris, a main character in The Freshman, The Sophomore, The Junior and The Senior series, was a student at Hartfeld and a member of Hartfeld's football team "Knights". In Book 2, Chapter 14, he was elected as the student council president. He is also one of your love interests. He graduated in The Senior, Chapter 15. He is first seen in The Freshman, Book 1, Chapter 1. Chris has a muscular build, blue eyes, short brown hair, fair skin and a bit of stubble. He usually wears a red or a white shirt.

Sir Christopher Anthony Woodhead (20 October 1946 – 23 June 2015) was a British educationalist. He was Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Schools in England from 1994 to 2000, and was one of the most controversial figures in debates on the direction of English education policy. He was Chairman of Cognita, a company dedicated to fostering private education, from 2004 to 2013.

This special needs story book is aimed at reluctant readers at Key Stage 3. It uses large print and illustrations to encourage readers at this very low level, and each story has no more than 450 words. It is part of the "Headwork Reading Foundation Level" series which begins at a level below Level 1. The "Foundation Level Stories" are part of the third wave of "Headwork Reading" - special needs reading resources for Key Stage 3. They offer 350-450 words per story in pack A and 650-800 words per story in pack B at reading ages of 6-7. Progression of reading stamina is provided between packs A and B which themselves act as stepping stones to Level 1 stories already published.