The Spongebob Squarepants TV series is popular with children all over the world for its memorable characters and quirky storylines. When SpongeBob and Patrick discover a magic pencil, they have a lot of fun … until they draw Doodlebob! Based on an episode from the series. Level 3 (High Beginner): For children reading confidently in English – 300 headwords. Story wordcount: 1,100 words Popcorn ELT Primary Readers are a series of low-level, graded readers from Scholastic. Based on popular films, TV series and classic children’s literature, Popcorn ELT Primary Readers are targeted at children in the early stages of learning English. They are published at four levels following a carefully graded syllabus. #elt17 #popcornelt #eltreaders
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Galileo was an astronomer and physicist who lived in Italy in the 16th century. He was one of the first people to carry out experiments to find out about the world around him. Fast Forward Instructional Texts are especially designed for teacher-led guided or shared reading sessions with less-able readers (either individuals or groups at the same level) and form the core of Fast Forward’s finely-levelled approach. Vibrant illustrations and photographs are paired with engaging, varied topics and stories to ensure that there’s something for every type of reader. Audio to accompany each Instructional Text can be downloaded from www.scholastic.co.uk/fastforwardaudio. Fast Forward books are for struggling readers, but with an interest level of 9-14 years. To ensure that children are given every opportunity to succeed in their reading, the introduction of new words is one new word for every 16 known words (1:16). Unlike levelled reading programmes for younger children, Fast Forward introduces more complex sentences at the earliest levels. Engage your less confident readers and improve reading attainment with Fast Forward. This series offers a wide range of age-appropriate, high-interest readers for children in Key Stage 2 and 3 who are struggling to make progress with their reading. Each book has been carefully levelled to ensure steady progression with a range of text types introduced which children can use as a model for their own writing.
‘My Book of the Seasons’ steps though each season and explains what happens in each. The text describes what should be worn, what can be done for fun and what the weather is like for each season. Green level titles introduce more compound words, some longer sentences often with two clauses and different forms of text such as non-fiction, rhymes, diagrams, fables and verse. PM Science Facts offer 40 non-fiction titles which explore the scientific world from a child’s perspective. Intriguing topics to engage emergent readers.
Humpback Whales: a recount told from the perspective of a tour guide on a whale watching boat.Gentle Giant of the Sea: a description told in the format of a poem. Text type: recount and description; Genre: fiction PM Writing 4 provides: writing goals that guide and support teachers and students instructional content for the conventions and composition of extending or advanced writing content that promotes writing to construct meaning across the curriculum in a variety of text forms teaching and learning approaches that promote choice and authenticity in writing for a variety of purposes and audiences. PM Writing is a complete learning, teaching and assessment package that develops the writing process throughout the primary phase. It provides explicit and systematic instruction in writing, incorporating shared, guided and independent writing and linked independent reading.
This pack contains one copy each of the following titles: PM Emerald: Dolphin Dreaming (PM Extras Chapter Books) Level 25 PM Emerald: Fish for Dinner (PM Extras Chapter Books) Level 25 PM Emerald: Grand Street Theatre Robbery (PM Extras Chapter Books) Level 25 PM Emerald: Lucky Thursday (PM Extras Chapter Books) Levels 25, 26 PM Emerald: Midnight in the Tunnel (PM Extras Chapter Books) Level 25 PM Emerald: Trash and Treasure (PM Extras Chapter Books) Level 25 Emerald level (equivalent to the Lime bridging book band) provides a variety of chapter books and non-fiction titles. Readers are encouraged to experience different text types, writing styles and genres to develop their own reading tastes. PM Extras Chapter Books provide a selection of stories chosen for their broad range of content, characters, topics and points of view. The high-interest topics include adventure, emergencies, natural disasters, risk-taking, historical events and investigation.
What are we made of? What keeps our universe in motion? Where do fireworks get their fantastic colours? Much more than just a walk through the periodic table, this astonishing book shows how just 101 elements create the building blocks for our entire world.
A biography telling the compelling story of Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani school girl and activist who survived being shot by the Taliban. ‘People and Places’ section provides clear visual context before students start reading. A two-page Fact File gives information on girls from around the world who have made a change in their country. Self-study activities enable students to check their progress as they read. Also available with CD recording of story. #newsec #elt17 #secondaryelt #eltreaders
Melody Hope makes some really cool movies in her wheelchair – and some cool moves on the chessboard too! It’s the final round of the chess competition, but things are looking grim when Melody’s wheelchair mysteriously disappears. Can her friend Carlo get her to the final in time? And will it be ‘checkmate’ for her opponent, Iggie Pike? Sapphire level titles provide a selection of stories and non-fiction titles chosen for their range of content, narrative and points of view. This level encourages readers to form opinions and discuss their own reading tastes. The PM Chapter Books offer a broad range of content, characters, narrative structures and points of view. They have been specifically written for students in the middle to upper years with the needs of guided reading in mind.
A non-fiction information report and description about staying healthy: provides information on how the reader can keep their body healthy, and some of the things that are bad for their body. Also includes a description of the heart and brain. Text type: information report and description; Genre: non-fiction PM Writing 3 provides: writing goals that guide and support teachers and students instructional content for the conventions and composition of consolidating writing content that promotes writing to construct meaning across the curriculum in a variety of text forms teaching and learning approaches that promote choice and authenticity in writing for a variety of purposes and audiences. PM Writing is a complete learning, teaching and assessment package that develops the writing process throughout the primary phase. It provides explicit and systematic instruction in writing, incorporating shared, guided and independent writing and linked independent reading.
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