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Oxford Reading Tree TreeTops Reflect: Oxford Levels 16-17: Class Pack

Class pack of emotionally powerful Reflect books, Levels 16-17

Author Jo Cotterill, Author Kaye Umansky, Author Jon Blake, Author Jamila Gavin, Author Gillian Philip, Author Narinder Dhami, Illustrator Xavier Bonet, Illustrator Tambe, Illustrator Graham Howells, Illustrator Briony Smith, Illustrator Euan Cook, Illustrator Teresa Martinez, and Series Editor Nikki Gamble

Suitable for:  Key Stage 2 teachers; Y5 / P6 Pupils at Oxford Levels 16-17 (Book Band 14 Dark Blue - 15 Dark Red); 9-10 year olds

Price:  £277.00

ISBN: 978-0-19-844569-2
Publication date: 01/04/2019 (estimated)
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Description

This pack contains 6 copies of: Geeks Can't Dance, Terrible Tales From School, Ethan the Great, Georgie and Me, Double Exposure and The Greatest Treasure of All.
Prompt thoughtful discussions and support development of higher-level comprehension skills with Reflect - a series of emotionally powerful stories with realistic settings.


Features

  • 36 TreeTops Reflect books.
  • Oxford Levels 16 and 17.
  • A wide range of thought-provoking stories which present real-life issues.
  • With appealing illustrations and fresh, intriguing plots, the series uses the power of fiction to help children connect to diverse experiences.
  • Teaching notes on Oxford Owl support higher-level comprehension skills and promote personal development through discussion of these thoughtful texts.
  • Underpinned by Oxford Assessment and Levelling, matching every child with the right book to help them make progress.
  • Reading notes on the inside cover support children with their comprehension skills.
  • The Series Editor is Literacy expert Nikki Gamble.

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