Wildlife in the City: Why Should We Protect It?

Linda Hoyt

Wildlife in the City: Why Should We Protect It?

Linda Hoyt

ISBN:

9781760869038

Binding:

Paperback

Published:

1 Jan 2019

Availability:

153

Series:

Flying Start to Literacy

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Description

About this text:

Title:Wildlife in the City: Why Should We Protect It?
Synopsis:  Should we protect city animals?
Year level(s): 1  2  3
Reading level: 26
Text type: Persuasive
Curriculum link:
Content vocabulary:
adapt cities creatures diseases droppings habitat herbivores nesting boxes parks pests pets populated/tion rodents safari treetops urban waste wildlife
High frequency words:
Key concepts: Many wild animals live in cities.  Sometimes, wildlife can damage city areas.  Sometimes, city wildlife needs our protection.
Reading strategies:
Phonics:
Paired text: Working in the Wild + The Goodmans Go Camping
Supporting material: Lesson Plan - Wildlife in the City: Why Should We Protect It?
Series: Flying Start to Literacy
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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

Teacher Resources

Flying Start to Literacy is supported by an array of free teacher resources, including:

  • scope and sequence documents
  • phonics and phonemic overviews for each reading stage
  • reading and writing across the curriculum overviews of text types, text features, curriculum links, key concepts, and content vocabulary for the books at each of the reading stages
  • records of reading behaviour are provided for books at each stage
  • ongoing assessment checklist forms
  • getting started tips and guidance
  • title-level correlations to the Australian Curriculum
  • information about the research that underpins the series
  • percentage of decodable words tables for Levels 1—10.

Visit www.flyingstarttoliteracy.com.au to access these free resources.