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  • Author(s) Linda Hoyt
  • Edition
  • Published1st January 2019
  • PublisherECPP
  • ISBN9781760675257
About this text:Title:Living in Dangerous Places: What Are the Issues? Synopsis:  Why do people live in dangerous places? List of texts: Living above the boiling Earth. The mountain came to me. The Christchurch earthquake, 2011. At home on the slopes of Mount Vesuvius Year level(s): 3  4  5  6 Reading level: S Text type: Persuasive Curriculum link: Science: Earth and space sciences  changes to the Earth’s surface. Geography: Factors that shape the human and environmental characteristics of a place. Social Science - Personal & Community Content vocabulary: avalanche boreholes corrode disaster earthquakes evacuate flooded geothermal heat geyser lava flow liquefaction molten rock natural disaster relocate subterranean reservoirs thermal zone tourism volcanic eruptions High frequency words: Key concepts: Human settlements are a part of the Earth’s surface, and the environment influences how people live. People’s choices about where they live can have both positive and negative outcomes. People’s identities are linked to where they live. Reading strategies: Phonics: Paired text: A New Geyser Erupts + Our Active Earth Supporting material: Lesson Plan - Living in Dangerous Places: What Are the Issues? Series: Flying Start to Literacy Alternative 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/contact Digital sample pages: can be viewed at www.flyingstarttoliteracy.com.au/online-sample Series 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 comprehension. With an array of engaging titles to choose from, readers will laugh, explore and share in the adventure whilst learning and expanding their vocabulary.Flying Start to Literacy resources are suitable for use as part of an early intervention program and provide effective support for English language learners.This series is supported by a wealth of teacher resources, which can be obtained by visiting www.flyingstarttoliteracy.com.au

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  • Author(s) Linda Hoyt
  • Edition
  • Published1st January 2019
  • PublisherECPP
  • ISBN9781760675257
About this text:Title:Living in Dangerous Places: What Are the Issues? Synopsis:  Why do people live in dangerous places? List of texts: Living above the boiling Earth. The mountain came to me. The Christchurch earthquake, 2011. At home on the slopes of Mount Vesuvius Year level(s): 3  4  5  6 Reading level: S Text type: Persuasive Curriculum link: Science: Earth and space sciences  changes to the Earth’s surface. Geography: Factors that shape the human and environmental characteristics of a place. Social Science - Personal & Community Content vocabulary: avalanche boreholes corrode disaster earthquakes evacuate flooded geothermal heat geyser lava flow liquefaction molten rock natural disaster relocate subterranean reservoirs thermal zone tourism volcanic eruptions High frequency words: Key concepts: Human settlements are a part of the Earth’s surface, and the environment influences how people live. People’s choices about where they live can have both positive and negative outcomes. People’s identities are linked to where they live. Reading strategies: Phonics: Paired text: A New Geyser Erupts + Our Active Earth Supporting material: Lesson Plan - Living in Dangerous Places: What Are the Issues? Series: Flying Start to Literacy Alternative 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/contact Digital sample pages: can be viewed at www.flyingstarttoliteracy.com.au/online-sample Series 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 comprehension. With an array of engaging titles to choose from, readers will laugh, explore and share in the adventure whilst learning and expanding their vocabulary.Flying Start to Literacy resources are suitable for use as part of an early intervention program and provide effective support for English language learners.This series is supported by a wealth of teacher resources, which can be obtained by visiting www.flyingstarttoliteracy.com.au
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