This text is part of the "New Hodder English" series, which follows the principles of the first "Hodder English" series, offering an incremental programme of integrated language and literature study through half-termly units. This series offers a course designed for the National Curriculum for 2000. Each book offers a full year's work divided into five half-term units, plus two mini units in the final half term which help the pupil prepare for the following year. Progression is built into each unit, each book and across the course, and each unit focuses on quality literary and non-literary texts including many works by writers recommended in the Programme of Study. Purposeful speaking and listening activities are also included, along with activities which encourage the use of IT and the development of ICT skills. Book Two is for use with Year 8 pupils doing Key Stage 3 English studies. It is also suitable for first year secondary pupils in Scotland and Ireland. Units include a study including the whole text of a short play by Alan Ayckbourn, a language study unit and a unit promoting teamwork and purposeful discussion.
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Sue Hackman has many years of experience in teaching. She is also an experienced and highly-respected author of many successful books on English and Literacy. Alan Howe is an experienced classroom teacher, and author of books on English and Literacy. Patrick Scott is Director of Education for Redcar and Cleveland. He has extensive experience as a teacher and an English Adviser.
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Book Description Hodder. Soft cover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # 79