Write First, Volume 1
Nelson Thornes, 2001 - Creative writing (Secondary education) - 48 pages
Presents a progressive, differentiated programme that deals with writing skills in a cross curricular context, to encourage confident writers in secondary schools. This supplementary course book aims to keep it simple in order to enable both specialist and non specialists to teach writing for their own subject.
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Write First: Progression in Cross-curricular Writing Skills. 2
Ray Barker,Christine Moorcroft
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