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Jump into Reading with Journals (Levels 3-4), 2012 - A guided reading programme based on School Journals, Levels 3-4, 2012

ISBN: 9781776552368
Code: 0941
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Inspire your students to Jump into Reading and make the most of the wealth of material contained in School Journals in the process. This series has an easy-copy set of independent and follow-up activities that builds on a guided reading session with each story, poem and article in the Journals. The comprehension questions develop skills in inference, reorganisation, recall and evaluation skills, and options for e-learning and further website investigation are included.

Pages: 56 | Ages: 8-12

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About the Author

Angie Simmons is an experienced educator who has broad experience in the educational sector of New Zealand. She is interested in current best practice learning approaches that encompass thinking skills, collaboration and problem solving. Angie has owned and operated an early childhood centre, taught at primary schools for many years and worked as a university lecturer, heading an educational technologies programme and teaching prospective teachers. She was also contracted by the Ministry of Education to integrate e-learning into the school curriculum as an ICT professional development facilitator. Angie was the writer for the APN Newspapers in Education programme. View Angie’s blog at http://angelasimmons.blogspot.com
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