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The Early Literacy Guide: Bk 1 Resources

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Language and literacy

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This book shows language is at the heart of literacy. It includes sessions illustrating good teaching practice, designed to act as a springboard rather than a rigid recipe for an educators own programme.

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Ages: 0-7 | Pages: 56
Code: 0724 | ISBN: 9781927221006

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Dominic Wyse

Dominic Wyse is professor of Early Childhood and Primary Education at the Institute of Education, University of London and a widely published author. A major strand of Dominic's research is on the tea

Christine Parker

Christine Parker is the principal of a large primary school in the east of England. Previously she was head of an early excellence centre where she led the nursery school. She has also worked as a par