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HarperCollins Publishers Limited, Jun 1, 2009 - English language - 24 pages
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Help your students make those vital two levels of progress in Reading and Writing with this new KS3 series from Collins.

Each book concentrates on moving students up one level in reading or writing, covering each of the Assessment Focuses in turn.

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About the author (2009)

An inspector of schools, an adviser and consultant. She runs training courses and observes lessons across the UK. In only her second year of teaching, at the age of 23, Caroline was deemed 'outstanding' by Ofsted. Since then she has worked as a Local Authority Adviser in Northamptonshire and a consultant working both nationally and internationally.

Christopher Martin lives with his wife, Deana, and their two children, Cannon and Opal, in an old house between Red Top Mountain and Kennesaw Mountain in the northwest Georgia piedmont. He is pursuing a Master of Arts in Professional Writing at Kennesaw State University, and his work has appeared or is forthcoming in Ruminate Magazine, Still: The Journal, Loose Change Magazine, New Southerner, Drafthorse, American Public Media's On Being blog, and the Elevate/Art Above Underground project in Atlanta. Chris is at work on a collection of essays entitled Native Moments: An Ecology of Fatherhood, and he edits the online literary magazine Flycatcher: A Journal.

Ian Kirby is a British trained furnituremaker. He began his training with the Edward Barnsley workshops and went on to study wood science and technology and enolled in the four-year design proggram to Leeds College of Art. He did his graduate work at the London School of Furniture. He has written 5 woodworking books and is a frequent contributor to Woodworkers Journal as well as Fine Woodworking. He lives in Milford Connecticut.

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