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100 Literacy Assessment Lessons; Year 3 by Gillian Howell

100 Literacy Assessment Lessons; Year 3

Part of the 100 Literacy Assessment Lessons Series


100 Literacy Assessment Lessons; Year 3 by Gillian Howell

Follows the new assessment outcomes and the APP approach to assessing literacy. * Contains the three main types of assessment. * Levelled activity sheets. * Easy ways to integrate and introduce APP. * Covers the blocks and units of the Renewed Framework and can link to _100 Literacy Framework Lessons_.

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Publication date

1st August 2009


Gillian Howell

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Mixed media product
Contains 1 Paperback and 1 CD-ROM
176 pages


Teachers' classroom resources & material
Educational: English language & literacy



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