Author: Mark Smee
Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books - Secondary Division (June 10, 1998)
Category: Schools & Teaching
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Consisting of a pupil book and sample pages from the corresponding resource pack, this material is designed to enable pupils to acquire the grammar skills and knowledge they need for Key Stage 3 assessment, and is particularly focused on the needs of those in Year 9. It provides a structured approach through classroom activities and straightforward explanations of grammatical terms and rules, and. An emphasis is maintained on students' own writing. The resource pack includes photocopiable activities for extra practice and homework.
ISBN 10: 0435224697 ISBN 13: 9780435224691. Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books - Secondary Division, 1998.
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Grammar Matters: Evaluation Pack. by Mark Smee, John Dayus. ISBN 9780435224776 (978-0-435-22477-6) Softcover, Heinemann Educational Publishers, 1998. Find signed collectible books: 'Grammar Matters: Evaluation Pack'.
Teacher's resource pack. Collins school reference grammar. Similar to Grammar Matters in its layout and approach, it places a little more emphasis on progression within each unit, with each one being organised into "starting point", "going further" and "further still" activities. However, the price to pay for the attempt to cram in so much is a slightly cluttered feel, with explanations that are just a little too long.
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