- Subject(s):First Language English
- Qualification:Cambridge Primary
- Author(s):Sarah Lindsay, Wendy Wren
- Available from: May 2019
Develop your learners' skills in creative writing and writing for a purpose.
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Introduce your learners to creative writing and writing for a purpose. They’ll write a haiku about the moon and a recipe for panna cotta, helping build their extended writing skills as they progress through the units. Each unit focuses on a different text type such as dialogue, recounts, reports or instructions. Model texts in each chapter show learners good examples of each writing type and specific activities are included to help them practise their grammar. Planning tools and an extended writing task develop learners’ essential skills including editing, checking, planning and creative thinking.
Help your learners understand different writing types with the model texts at the start of each unit
Improve comprehension and text analysis skills with the ‘Let’s Talk’ section in each unit, which encourages learners to discuss the model text
The ‘Writer’s Toolbox’ provides a useful checklist of grammar and writing skills to help learners write different text types.
Helpful tools, like planning scaffolds, help learners understand how to plan extended writing tasks
- Prelims p1-6. Learning units p7-119. Acknowledgements p120.
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