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Birds by Paul McEvoy
In the book Birds, the teaching focus is how to read a flow diagram. Some birds are hunters and eat fish and other animals. Others feed on fruits and seeds.This book describes different types of birds and explains how they live.
Reptiles by Paul McEvoy
In the book Reptiles, the teaching focus is on understanding the structure and features of an information report. Snakes, lizards, turtles, alligators and crocodiles are all reptiles. What do they have in common? This book describes the different types of reptiles and explains how they live and grow. ...Show more
The books in Go Facts Animals make information accessible in content, layout, language and writing style. This allows the reader to participate actively and concentrate on the learning opportunities offered by the text. It also allows young readers to internalise the structures and conventions of nonfic ...Show more
A - Go Facts Animals: Teaching Guide by Paul McEvoy
This Teaching Guide contains teaching notes on reading nonfiction and writing nonfiction for each title in Go Facts: Animals. The lessons are structured in a way so you can implement the teaching of reading and writing information reports systematically. There are two blackline masters for each book, ...Show more
Insects by Paul McEvoy
In the book Insects, the teaching focus is on identifying main ideas and supporting detail. Ants, bees and butterflies are all insects. What do these very different insects have in common? This book describes the different types of insects and explains how they live and grow.
Mammals by Paul McEvoy
In the book Mammals, the teaching focus is on using print features and other aids to meaning.Mammals come in many shapes and sizes. They can be as small as your finger or as big as a bus.This book describes different types of mammals and explains how they live.
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