The "Oxford Literacy Web" is a literacy 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, it 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 fiction strand helps children to learn to read than through the Duck Green School and Variety story strands. Stories, events, and illustrations combine to ensure diversity and enjoyment. In the Duck Green School stories, early school experiences are brought to life through a cast of lovable characters. Children can enjoy their own "soap opera" while learning specific vocabulary in context. In the Stage 3 Duck Green Stories, we continue to read about Mrs Best's reception class and learn more about the Year 1 class and their teacher, Mr Jelly, while Cheep the baby bird finds a friend in Josh. This level introduces a greater variety both in layout and types of text, including more rhyming stories. The books are available in both standard and "big book" format. This story, for Stage 3 of the scheme, is in "big book" format.
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Keith Gaines is the editor of the Oxford Literacy Web series.
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