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  1. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Martin

    Really user-friendly book. I found the sections on writing extremely helpful. I already do lots of the things advocated by the writer, particularly with regard to modelling and vocabulary, but it's always good to see your practice vindicated in print! Really user-friendly book. I found the sections on writing extremely helpful. I already do lots of the things advocated by the writer, particularly with regard to modelling and vocabulary, but it's always good to see your practice vindicated in print!

  2. 5 out of 5

    David Bunker

    Every summer I try to catch up on some educational reading - it's rare I find the time and space to read about teaching during the frantic term times. This summer, reading this book was an absolute pleasure. As a fan of the Chris's blogs, I had high expectations, but I was not let down at all. The book is rammed with ideas for lessons that you could, quite literally, use next week. There are heaps of practical suggestions all underpinned by a clear philosophy of English teaching, with not a gimm Every summer I try to catch up on some educational reading - it's rare I find the time and space to read about teaching during the frantic term times. This summer, reading this book was an absolute pleasure. As a fan of the Chris's blogs, I had high expectations, but I was not let down at all. The book is rammed with ideas for lessons that you could, quite literally, use next week. There are heaps of practical suggestions all underpinned by a clear philosophy of English teaching, with not a gimmick in sight. It's a fantastic achievement to package so much experience and wisdom into such a readable and easily digestable book. I genuinely feel excited about some of the new ideas and techniques I'll be trialing in September. In a fairly crowded field of books about teaching English, this is certainly one of my favourites.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kirsty Rogerson

    Seamlessly outstanding. A wonderful book with endless nuggets of knowledge useful for any teacher of, I would argue, any subject. A must-read. Thank you, Chris!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jane

    I had the Pbk copy but that's not available here. An excellent read, packed with practical ideas which whilst not rocket science, are great for reflection and honing practice, no matter how experienced you are. I had the Pbk copy but that's not available here. An excellent read, packed with practical ideas which whilst not rocket science, are great for reflection and honing practice, no matter how experienced you are.

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