Collins Big Cat Arabic Reading Programme - Building High: Level 14

Paperback

Level 14 books build on level 13 by offering stories with more complex plots and with a greater number of chapters to encourage the development of reading stamina. Non-fiction texts use complex vocabulary and deal with challenging global themes. The style of language further reflects progression in the teaching of Arabic grammar, while still using largely familiar vocabulary and simplified concepts.

This non-fiction report and explanation focuses on the fascinating business of using scaffolding – from its earliest origins to present-day. Children can find out how scaffolding is used in a variety of ways around the world, and meet a young scaffold-builder.

The book includes a comprehensive glossary on pages 30 and 31 to aid comprehension.

RRP: £5.25

ISBN

978-0-00-815668-8

Publication Date

18-02-2016

Format

Paperback

Pages

32 pages

Dimensions

170x210mm

Author

Maggie Freeman, Prepared for publication by Collins Big Cat

Product Description

Level 14 books build on level 13 by offering stories with more complex plots and with a greater number of chapters to encourage the development of reading stamina. Non-fiction texts use complex vocabulary and deal with challenging global themes. The style of language further reflects progression in the teaching of Arabic grammar, while still using largely familiar vocabulary and simplified concepts.

This non-fiction report and explanation focuses on the fascinating business of using scaffolding – from its earliest origins to present-day. Children can find out how scaffolding is used in a variety of ways around the world, and meet a young scaffold-builder.

The book includes a comprehensive glossary on pages 30 and 31 to aid comprehension.

ISBN

978-0-00-815668-8

Publication Date

18-02-2016

Format

Paperback

Pages

32 pages

Dimensions

170x210mm

Product Description

Level 14 books build on level 13 by offering stories with more complex plots and with a greater number of chapters to encourage the development of reading stamina. Non-fiction texts use complex vocabulary and deal with challenging global themes. The style of language further reflects progression in the teaching of Arabic grammar, while still using largely familiar vocabulary and simplified concepts.

This non-fiction report and explanation focuses on the fascinating business of using scaffolding – from its earliest origins to present-day. Children can find out how scaffolding is used in a variety of ways around the world, and meet a young scaffold-builder.

The book includes a comprehensive glossary on pages 30 and 31 to aid comprehension.

Author

Maggie Freeman, Prepared for publication by Collins Big Cat