Blueprints Middle Primary B Unit 3: Patch Parker

By Kay Crabbe

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Description

Patch Parker's mother was a British convict transported to New South Wales. Life in the new colony was difficult for her and Patch. There was little food and relations with the local people were not always good. Patch did make friends with an Aboriginal boy called Tommera. Find out how Patch and Tommera's friendship developed in difficult times.

Features
  • Provides a comprehensive series where literacy skills are developed sequentially through explicit teaching.
  • Emphasises reading for learning and poses issues that affect children today.
  • Provides a scaffold for children to understand and investigate those issues.
  • Connects student learning to the real world and encourages them to contemplate what's happening in their daily lives.
  • Integrated enquiry units support an enquiry-based learning approach.
Product details
ISBN
 
9780731273904
Edition
 
1st
Published date
 
29/08/2007
Published by
 
Pearson Australia
Pages
 
48
Format
 
Series overview
Blueprints is a series that provides a variety of graded texts to meet the different learning levels within your classroom.

With a colourful and eye-catching design, students are provided with a firm scaffold of learning experiences to support discovery learning, and the development of higher order thinking skills.

The streamlined approach teaches literacy along with other learning areas, one unit per term. The fiction and non-fiction topic books explore concepts introduced in the Big Ideas Book in greater depth. Interactive activities on the CD within each unit extend learning beyond the texts.

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