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  • Author(s) Kerrie Shanahan
  • Edition
  • Published1st January 2019
  • PublisherECPP
  • ISBN9781743205815
About this text:Title: Big Bat’s LunchSynopsis:  In this book, a frog, a rat and a bat mistake a fruit-eating bat for a meat-eating bat.Year level(s): FReading level: 5Text type: NarrativeCurriculum link: Science: Living thingsContent vocabulary: apple bananas bat/s eat/s fish frog/s insects mother pond rat/sHigh frequency words: a am and at big can do for going her I is it little look/ed lots me no not of out play said some the there they this to too went whatKey concepts: There are different types of bats. Different bats eat different food – some eat plants, others eat animals.Reading strategies: Self-monitoring – checking that what you read makes sensePhonics: Hearing initial sounds in wordsPaired text: What Do Bats Eat?Supporting material: Lesson Plans - What Do Bats Eat? / Big Bat’s LunchSeries: Flying Start to LiteracyAlternative purchasing options: This title is available in one of several value packs. Speak to your Oxford Education consultant today to learn more www.oup.com.au/contactDigital sample pages: can be viewed at www.flyingstarttoliteracy.com.au/online-sampleSeries information:Flying Start to Literacy is an award-winning comprehensive literacy program. It reflects best practice in literacy instruction and supports the systematic development of students’ reading strategies and skills. Each Student Book is part of connected pair, a narrative book and an informative book, both presenting the same key concepts and vocabulary. These titles have been trialled with a range of readers, including English language learners.Each pair of Student Books is supported by a Lesson Plan. These visually appealing resources are durable and easy-to-use.  They integrate oral language, vocabulary development, fluency and comprehension, writing and phonics.Reading strategies, phonics and phonemic awareness and repetition of high-frequency words are all developed through this series, enhancing the reader’s fluency and

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  • Author(s) Kerrie Shanahan
  • Edition
  • Published1st January 2019
  • PublisherECPP
  • ISBN9781743205815
About this text:Title: Big Bat’s LunchSynopsis:  In this book, a frog, a rat and a bat mistake a fruit-eating bat for a meat-eating bat.Year level(s): FReading level: 5Text type: NarrativeCurriculum link: Science: Living thingsContent vocabulary: apple bananas bat/s eat/s fish frog/s insects mother pond rat/sHigh frequency words: a am and at big can do for going her I is it little look/ed lots me no not of out play said some the there they this to too went whatKey concepts: There are different types of bats. Different bats eat different food – some eat plants, others eat animals.Reading strategies: Self-monitoring – checking that what you read makes sensePhonics: Hearing initial sounds in wordsPaired text: What Do Bats Eat?Supporting material: Lesson Plans - What Do Bats Eat? / Big Bat’s LunchSeries: Flying Start to LiteracyAlternative purchasing options: This title is available in one of several value packs. Speak to your Oxford Education consultant today to learn more www.oup.com.au/contactDigital sample pages: can be viewed at www.flyingstarttoliteracy.com.au/online-sampleSeries information:Flying Start to Literacy is an award-winning comprehensive literacy program. It reflects best practice in literacy instruction and supports the systematic development of students’ reading strategies and skills. Each Student Book is part of connected pair, a narrative book and an informative book, both presenting the same key concepts and vocabulary. These titles have been trialled with a range of readers, including English language learners.Each pair of Student Books is supported by a Lesson Plan. These visually appealing resources are durable and easy-to-use.  They integrate oral language, vocabulary development, fluency and comprehension, writing and phonics.Reading strategies, phonics and phonemic awareness and repetition of high-frequency words are all developed through this series, enhancing the reader’s fluency and
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