The TreeTops Greatest Stories , edited by Michael Morpurgo, contains 35 retellings by top childrens authors of key enduring stories from our shared literary heritage. The Greatest Stories Teaching Handbook Lower Junior has been created to provide expertly written and flexible support to maximize the wealth of teaching potential in the TreeTops Greatest Stories series. There are specific notes for all the titles in Oxford Levels 8 to 13
(18 titles), plus three Photocopy Masters per title. Additionally, there are generic notes about the teaching of classic texts and Photocopy Masters.
The Handbook is equally suitable for those pursuing a whole-class or mastery teaching approach and those teaching children in small groups. Teaching sections include: themes and ideas, key comprehension questions, activating prior knowledge, use of language, vocabulary, inference, grammar and punctuation and SATs-style written tasks, all with assessment guidance. There are also creative and exciting ideas for presentations and debates to inspire your class further.
The Greatest Stories Teaching Handbook is correlated to all UK curricula.
This is Book 47 in the Oxford Reading Tree TreeTops Greatest Stories Series. See all Oxford Reading Tree TreeTops Greatest Stories books here.
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