Key stage 3

6th October 2000 at 01:00
DEVELOPING BASIC COMPREHENSION SKILLS. By Clare Constant, David Kitchen and Mark Morris, pound;7.99. Answer File pound;15.50. Heinemann

The large expanses of unseen texts in the key stage 3 SATs can prove very daunting for students, particularly those with little skill or confidence in eading. Developing Basic Comprehension Skills takes students through a carefully stepped range of texts and activities to enable them to develop strategies for tackling a wide variety of genres, from non-fiction to poetry, and for structuring their own written responses.


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