This teacher's books for primary ICT contains clear, structured lesson plans - one for every week of each term - to allow interactive teaching to be delivered in one lesson or spaced out over several sessions. Learning intentions link directly with QCA and 5-14 guidelines. It includes time-saving preparation notes and watchpoints with helpful hints on things to watch out for. Additional support for teachers and children is given on a free CD-Rom. It was written to support primary teachers whatever their level of IT skill or competence.
Lower ability companion to the middle/higher ability NTFE core course at three Key Stage 3 Levels (Year 7, 8, 9). Twin-track (Fiction / Non-Fiction) student books with a photocopiable resource book and teacher's guide.
The aim of Nelson Thornes Framework English is to develop students' confidence and achievement in writing. With its unique range of rich fiction and non-fiction texts, and comprehensive coverage of the core skills, Nelson Thornes Framework English Skills in Fiction and Non-Fiction targets students doing well in years 7-10.
Skills in Grammar and Style extends the range of the Nelson Thornes Framework English series with a scheme specifically aimed at promoting confident usage of grammar and style conventions. Each Student Book consisting of 80 pages, provides grammar exercises and activities aimed at developing skills in writing fiction and non-fiction.
Simple, clear, well designed layout with appealing illustrationsActivity sheets, Target sheets, support and extension materials are providedThe Resources work in conjunction with the lesson plans provided in the Teacher's BookSelf assessment sheets consisting of a series of 'can do' statements are linked to the learning intentionsCareful use of language allows all children access to ICT work regardless of literacy ability
The aim of Nelson Thornes Framework English Access is to raise standards in writing for lower attainers. Access Skills in Fiction and Non-Fiction offers the rigour and support necessary to raise the attainment of students struggling through Years 7 - 10.
"English Alive! is a series designed specifically to meet the needs of English students in Caribbean secondary schools. The book covers the key areas of reading comprehension, listening and speaking, writing grammar and language usage and vocabulary development. Particular attention is given to the often challenging area of poetry. The book also covers common errors made by students. A reference section contains verb tables, including a section on tenses (notoriously difficult for learners), irregular verbs and a glossary of language words and literary terms,"--page  of cover.
Each pair of units is supported by the Teachers Guide. The Teachers Guide fully supports the programme giving all the guidance you need to help you pupils work through the two pupil books. In the Teachers Guide there are suggestions for homework and independent study.