Read Write Inc. Phonics: Fiction Set 2A (Purple) Mixed Pack of 5 (1 of each title) by Cynthia RiderRead Write Inc. Phonics: Fiction Set 2A (Purple) Mixed Pack of 5 (1 of each title) by Cynthia Rider

Read Write Inc. Phonics: Fiction Set 2A (Purple) Mixed Pack of 5 (1 of each title)

byCynthia RiderEditorRuth MiskinIllustratorTim Archbold

Paperback | February 8, 2009

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The Read Write Inc. Phonics fiction books provide structured practice for children in decoding words and reading through phonics. Each set of books is carefully graded so children can read them with confidence. This set is an addition to the existing fiction range for Read Write Inc.,providing 15 more fun, humorous stories to engage children. With full colour illustrations and interesting but decodable texts, these books will complement your use of the Read Write Inc. programme.Read Write Inc. Phonics: More Fiction* Uses Ruth Miskin's successful tried-and-tested phonic methodology for reading success* Builds confidence with opportunities for speaking and listening throughout
Ruth Miskin is currently involved in a series of nationwide training programmes for primary schools. Channel 4 filmed Ruth Miskin working in a failing school, using the programme to raise standards and turn struggling and non-readers into more confident and competent readers.
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Title:Read Write Inc. Phonics: Fiction Set 2A (Purple) Mixed Pack of 5 (1 of each title)Format:PaperbackDimensions:12 pages, 8.27 × 5.83 × 0.38 inPublished:February 8, 2009Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198468490

ISBN - 13:9780198468493

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