Filling the gap;Secondary;Reviews;Books

12th June 1998 at 01:00
REAL LIVES, REAL TIMES: A New Windmill Book of Non-Fiction. Edited by Sheila Hales. Heinemann pound;5.75.

This book consists of fascinating, approachable material designed to meet national curriculum requirements. There is a wide range of documents - accounts, letters, diaries, news reports under seven headings - to which a number of responses is possible. It offers different reading experiences, and there is scope for differentiation and careful construction to enable progression. So a key stage 3 gap is filled. Memo to publishers: what about similar selections for key stage 2?

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