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Group textual study of fiction in primary and middle schools

A. G. Hill

Group textual study of fiction in primary and middle schools

suggested programmes of work on "Bill"s new frock" & "The angel of Nitshill Road" by Anne Fine ... used as a text for reading discussion and practical activities by children working in small groups with a teacher

by A. G. Hill

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Published by Moray House Publications in Edinburgh .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby A.G. Hill.
ContributionsFine, Anne., Fine, Anne.
The Physical Object
Pagination30cm.24.
Number of Pages30
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22429443M
ISBN 100901580783

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  NYC’s District 75 published their Middle School Units of Study, Developing Autonomy when Engaging with Literature, online. In it they list some of the benefits of book clubs in the classroom: Book clubs: Promote a love for literature and a positive attitude towards reading; Reflect a student-centered model of literacy (employing the Gradual. Fiction Readings and Scaffolds from the Center for Urban Education: One-Page Fiction Readings by Grade Level These passages are listed at their readability level according to the Fry formula. You may want to use a reading from an earlier or later grade level. because the formula does not factor in conceptual difficulty of a text. Grade 2.

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