Easy Read and Write: Reading and Writing for Students who Have Little Or No Experience of English
This is the second book in the series and aims to improve educational outcomes for indigenous and ESL students. It introduces students to six entertaining and engaging short stories which are delightfully and meaningfully illustrated. The stories are clearly and simply written, to help students develop some basic comprehension skills. They deal with characters spending time with their family and friends, not feeling well and interacting with Australian wildlife: situations in which the students are likely to find themselves. Carefully designed student activities, which are outcome linked, are connected to each story and encourage careful reading and understanding of the texts. The solutions for these activities are provided at the back of the book. Includes photocopiable material.
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