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Oxford Playscripts: The Turbulent Term of Tyke Tiler by Gene Kemp
  

Oxford Playscripts: The Turbulent Term of Tyke Tiler

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Oxford Playscripts: The Turbulent Term of Tyke Tiler by Gene Kemp

An engaging classroom playscript. When friend Danny steals a tenner and Dad stands for the local council, it's only the start of a turbulent term for Tyke Tiler. And with the discovery of a disused mill, a smelly old marrow bone, a runaway mouse called Fatty, and a conveniently abandoned stack of test papers, Tyke certainly makes this term one to remember...New, innovative activities specifically tailored to support the KS3 Framework for Teaching English and help students to fulfil the Framework objectives. Activities include work on Speaking and Listening, close text analysis, and the structure of playscripts, and act as a springboard for personal writing.

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Publication date

1st August 2003

Author

Gene Kemp

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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Format

Paperback
96 pages

Categories

Playscripts (Children's / Teenage)
Educational: English language & literacy

ISBN

9780198314998

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