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Jobs People Do (Kingfisher Readers - Level 1)by Thea Feldman
Synopses & Reviews
Come along on a tour of all the interesting things people do as a job. From the farm to the city, and from the office to the stage, this book explores both the familiar jobs kids see every day like teachers and grocers, as well as more unusual jobs like astronaut and dancer. New words are introduced throughout the text with subtle highlighting—police officer, vet, mail carrier—and a glossary at the back gives the definition. The beautiful photography and the carefully constructed text work together to help new readers decode the amazing information.
LEVEL 1: BEGINNING TO READ Consists of short simple sentences, high-interest information, easy vocabulary with a high degree of phonic regularity, and lots of repetition. Guided Reading Levels: F, G
LEVEL 1 - BEGINNING TO READ (red)
Extent: 32pp; words per page: 10 to 20
Level 1: 700 approx words
The language at this level will be short and simple sentences, with straightforward vocabulary and punctuation, a high level of phonic regularity and lots of repetition. Includes simple glossary.
About the Author
Series editor, Heather Morris, is a former BBC schools publisher.
UK literacy consultant, Hilary Horton, is a senior literacy adviser for Camden Council, London
Series authors have also written readers for Oxford Reading Tree, Collins Primary Literacy, DK Readers, Heinemann English Readers and Clifford and Disney Readers.
US series editor, Thea Feldman, is the author of over 100 childrens books, including several Clifford and Disney Readers. Additionally she has written and edited several My Readers MCPG (US). She is a former editorial director at Scholastic.
US literacy consultant, Ellie Costa, is one of the USs foremost literacy specialists. She teaches at Bank Street College of Education
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