New: Here we go! Big Books
The Big Books are graded according to difficulty, starting with one-word-per-page books and moving to one-sentence-per-page books. The Big Books can be used to facilitate emergent reading by giving learners the opportunity to hold books the right way up, to turn pages correctly when 'reading' and to develop correct eye movement, such as following lines of text from left to right. The learners also develop as readers through shared reading when they 'read' the Big Books as a class with the teacher.
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|Bold, full-colour artwork||Will grab the learners’ attention, stimulate their imagination and hold their interest.|
|The Big Books can be read
as a class with the teacher
|The learners develop as readers through Shared Reading.|
|The Big Books can be used
to facilitate emergent
|Big Books give learners the opportunity to hold books the right way up, to turn pages
correctly when ‘reading’ and to develop correct eye movement, such as following
lines of text from left to right.
|The Big Books are graded||The series starts with one-word-per-page books and moves to one-sentence-per page
|Simple language||Even second language learners will find it easy to ‘read’ or understand the stories.|
Using Big Books to ‘read’ in the classroom give learners the opportunity to:
• answer simple questions
• describe and discuss characters
• draw pictures, capturing the main ideas of the story
• retell the story
• say whether they liked the story
• say how the story made them feel
• respond through mime, movement and other drama activities.