- Publisher:Oxford University Press (February 4, 1999)
- Pages:16 pages
- Subcategory:Schools & Teaching
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The Oxford Literacy Web is an exciting new literacy programme designed to guide schools successfully through the primary years. In the "Duck Green School" stories, early school experiences are brought to life through a cast of lovable characters. Children can enjoy their own "soap opera" while learning specific vocabulary in context. The Starter Stage" is a mixture of wordless books and books with minimal text, introducing the reception class at Duck Green School and their teacher, Mrs Best.
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