Working with Information Texts Blackline Masters - Literacy Units for the Early Years

Author: Louella Freeman & Sue McLain , Publisher: Five Senses

Working with Information Texts - a resource book for the study of information texts using What's the Difference? Frogs and Toads. It is a Resource Book that has been developed to enhance students' knowledge about the structure of information texts.

This material can be used either with the whole class, in small groups as part of Guided Reading or individually during Independent Reading.

The materials in this book are able to be photocopied. For small group work each student should have a copy of What's the Difference? : Frogs and Toads however, when working with the whole class, the books may be shared between two students.

The Resource Book contains activities and answers for the following literacy components:

  • Comprehension
  • Spelling
  • Writing
  • Grammar
  • Punctuation
  • Vocabulary Development

Louella Freeman and Sue McLain are involved in Literacy Research, and are consultants to schools in the development of their literacy programmes. Sue McLain is an experienced special needs teacher and Louella Freeman is a university lecturer in Teacher Education.

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ISBN 9781741300529