The Oxford Literacy Web is a programme designed to guide schools successfully through the primary years. Fitting the requirements of the National Literacy Strategy, National Curriculum in England and Wales, English Language 5-14 in Scotland, and Common Curriculum in Northern Ireland, the Oxford Literacy Web guides pupils through the core skills associated with learning to read and write with a diverse range of literary styles within the genres of fiction, non-fiction, rhymes, language, and poetry. The "Non-Fiction" strand is a series of colourful, lively information books. They can be used to teach valuable information retrieval and research skills, and they enable children to learn to read and write a range of different text types. The books can be used with children at different levels of reading ability for shared reading with the teacher, guided reading, or independent reading. The Year 1 Non-Fiction books are designed to be used with children of 4-6 years. They present a range of text types on two popular infant topics (toys and animals). The books are available in standard and "big book" format.
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David Wray is Series Editor of the Oxford Literacy Web.Review:
`The Ancient Peoples foursome is aimed at Year 3 children, the titles slotting into the beautifully produced Literacy Web from Oxford. Plentiful full-colour illustrations provide photographic and artistic support to the simple text.' Literacy and Learning June/July 2001
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