Writing in Everyday Life 1: Making Inferences

Eve Miller B.Ed. 978-1-84285-440-2 Price £ 24.99 €29.99

A4 40 pgs
includes interactive board
activities, audio files and
sheets for printing

‘ Ideal for basic skills with teenagers’

Cover for Writing in Everyday Life 1: Making Inferences

This is the first book in a series from an exciting new author. Eve Miller is an experienced classroom teacher and now a keen author. This book is a response to a direct request from teachers for suitable learning materials for this cohort of students. It comes
with free audio files, interactive software and powerpoint displays ( and open office equivalents) to help teachers teach and students to
learn.

This book puts this cohort of students in a position where they have to make inferences from the information given. It is something that a number of students find incredibly difficult and need experience of, in order to acquire this essential life skill.

The book comes with audio files,powerpoint slide shows for the teacher and equivalent open source software, ensuring no teacher is disadvantaged for not having the software. This is a value laden book that will support teachers in their work and help students to learn. This is the first in a series of 4 books written for Lawler Education by the same author. This is a sample

The series is:

Click here for a short article on Global Literacy and numeracy by Dr Graham Lawler

Keywords

literacy for teenagers, basic skills in an adult context, birthdays, holidays, Get well soon, An ambulance, appointment cards, fan letters, email, Twitter, the inference game, words and meanings, fast facts, what happened? smart board activities

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