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Wellington Square Level 5 Teacher s Resource Pack Contents New Edition

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Written by experienced authors, our AQA GCSE Geography A Foundation Edition student book has been updated to support the new specification and provides accessible foundation tier support to help students targeting a grade C, including foundation tier practice questions.

Wellington Square

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Wellington Square has been specifically designed to meet the needs of struggling readers and is suitable for non-readers at Level 1. Aimed at 7-11 year olds, the scheme can also be used for older children with moderate and even severe reading disabilities.

Wellington Square

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Teacher?s Resource Pack contains a guide on how to successfully use Wellington Square in the classroom The popular Do-it-Yourself books provide pupils with the opportunity to make and personalise their own story book Contains worksheets, copymasters, little books and phonic worksheet copymasters

Wellington Square

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Wellington Square has been specifically designed to meet the needs of struggling readers and is suitable for non-readers at Level 1. Aimed at 7-11 year olds, the scheme can also be used for older children with moderate and even severe reading disabilities.

Wellington Square Level 2

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Wellington Square is designed to meet the needs of children aged 7-13+ who are having difficulty in learning to read. It provides straightforward progression through all 5 levels of the scheme, from wordless picture books to storybooks with full-text.

Teacher s Resource Pack

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Wellington Square is designed to meet the needs of children aged 7-13+ who are having difficulty in learning to read. It provides straightforward progression through all 5 levels of the scheme, from wordless picture books to storybooks with full-text.

The British National Bibliography

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Resources in Education

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Illustrated London News

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The Illustrated London News

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Working Mother

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The magazine that helps career moms balance their personal and professional lives.

Housecraft

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The Mining Journal

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The Mining Journal Railway and Commercial Gazette

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Children s Books in Print 2007

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Mister Pip

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In a novel that is at once intense, beautiful, and fablelike, Lloyd Jones weaves a transcendent story that celebrates the resilience of the human spirit and the power of narrative to transform our lives. On a copper-rich tropical island shattered by war, where the teachers have fled with most everyone else, only one white man chooses to stay behind: the eccentric Mr. Watts, object of much curiosity and scorn, who sweeps out the ruined schoolhouse and begins to read to the children each day from Charles Dickens’s classic Great Expectations. So begins this rare, original story about the abiding strength that imagination, once ignited, can provide. As artillery echoes in the mountains, thirteen-year-old Matilda and her peers are riveted by the adventures of a young orphan named Pip in a city called London, a city whose contours soon become more real than their own blighted landscape. As Mr. Watts says, “A person entranced by a book simply forgets to breathe.” Soon come the rest of the villagers, initially threatened, finally inspired to share tales of their own that bring alive the rich mythology of their past. But in a ravaged place where even children are forced to live by their wits and daily survival is the only objective, imagination can be a dangerous thing.