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| PRIMARY CATALOGUE 2017

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Contact Us

Macmillan Education provides the highest quality curriculum resources and services across the globe. In Australia and New Zealand, we deliver market-leading products for teachers and students, supporting our local curriculum and responding to market needs. As part of the Springer Nature group, our network spans more than 120 countries where our Schools, Language Learning, Higher Education and Journals teams work side-by-side. This vast network and diverse product portfolio provide us with a global and local presence, ensuring we support our valued Australian and New Zealand customers and stay in tune with the wider international community. We proudly place teachers and students at the heart of what we do, to create inspiring and innovative products. At Macmillan Education, we are ‘ ’. I am delighted to introduce our Primary catalogue and invite you to browse and discover our world-class resources and services.

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How to Order PHONE 1300 764 276 0508 332 665

Australia Customer Service New Zealand Edify Customer Service

ONLINE Macmillan Education’s website allows you to view our entire range of titles, see sample pages and place an order. For more information, please visit:

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ICON KEY NEW GREAT FOR THE LIBRARY

Bestseller

New title or series Library resources Bestselling series Scan QR Codes to link directly to videos from our popular series

Interactive

Disc

Online

Interactive

Interactive product accessible via the internet*

Animation

View product animations via the internet

Online

IWB Audio

eBook iPad

Digital books for desktop computer or laptop and/or iPad use

Interactive elements featured on disc

Audiovisual

Product designed for Interactive Whiteboards (IWBs) Audio product, usually Listening Post discs Product contains video footage

iPad compatible. Product may be downloaded onto your desktop computer or laptop, and in some instances to a school server, and then loaded onto an iPad or tablet *The online access period is valid for a maximum of four years from the date of purchase. Please note that upgrades or changes to the platform may impact accessibility.

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Now you have it all. We now supply the literacy resources from Eleanor Curtain Publishing.

From January 2017 we represent the award-winning Eleanor Curtain Publishing early literacy resources. Ask your representative for a catalogue or contact Customer Service for more information.

Explorations Strategies for Comprehension

Aus: Macmillan Education Customer Service 1300 764 276 NZ: Edify Customer Service 0508 332 665

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What’s New in 2017 SPRINGBOARD into COMPREHENSION ASSESSMENT pages 44–47

Comprehension resources for continuous assessment and instruction.

TEAM READS pages 62–63

Foundation–Year 3 Reading Levels 1–30+

YEARS 4, 5 & 6

AVAILABLE NOW YEAR 3

COMING SOON

AVAILABLE MARCH

A sports-focussed, levelled literacy series that engages even the most reluctant readers.

READING BEES page 75

Foundation–Year 3 Reading Levels 1–30

AVAILABLE APRIL

Packs that provide a range of fiction and nonfiction levelled texts for take-home reading.

RED RHINO READERS page 68–69

Middle–Upper Primary

High Interest–low reading ability

AVAILABLE

NOW

NEW SET 3 12FICTION TITLES

These short, high-interest fiction and nonfiction texts will engage and build the confidence of struggling readers.

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Contents Letter from Greg Browne, Managing Director How to Order and Icon Key

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Eleanor Curtin Publishing What’s New in 2017

ENGLISH

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Reading Resources Grid

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LITERACY PROGRAMS

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Connect

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Springboard

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Springboard into Comprehension

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NEW Springboard into Comprehension Assessment Literacy Network

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CLASSROOM READING

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Mac Australia Topics

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Learn-Abouts

NEW Team Reads

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Boldprint Kids Graphic Readers My Phonics Readers

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HIGH INTEREST–LOW READING ABILITY

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NEW Red Rhino Readers

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Legends (in their own lunchbox)

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Girlz Rock! Boyz Rule! Star Girl

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Get Real!

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SPELLING AND GRAMMAR

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NEW Grammar Rules! Second Edition NEW Spelling Rules! Second Edition

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HANDWRITING AND WRITING RESOURCES

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Handwriting Rules!

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Writing Prompts Boxes

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TAKE-HOME READING

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NEW Reading Bees Take-Home Packs

Reading Bug Boxes

Sprints Flips

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Take-Home Reading Boxes

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Macmillan Classic Literature Boxes

Reading Beetle Boxes

Sprints

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Australian Aboriginal Stories

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Mac Write, My Alphabet Scrapbook, My Sounds Scrapbook, My Macquarie Word Book

LITERATURE Classic Levelled Tales

CHAPTER BOOKS

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SPEAKING AND LISTENING

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Story Cards

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Connect: Oral Literacy for Reading and Writing Stories from Around the World

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Dictionary Skills, Other Words: A Thesaurus for Young Writers Macmillan Atlases

TEACHER RESOURCES Macmillan Lesson Essentials, Nursery Rhymes, Games on the Go, Dictionary Skills, All You Need to Teach, Macmillan Little Books

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GEOGRAPHY Mac Australia Topics

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Geography Investigations: Environmental Sustainability

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eBooks on Disc: Sustainability Geography Mega Disc

HISTORY

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NEW Macmillan History

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Curriculum Resource Packs The Gold Rushes

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Mac Australia Topics Teacher Resources

HEALTH & PE NEW Team Reads

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LANGUAGES 130 Primary School Chinese: Workbooks

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TECHNOLOGY & ICT Switched on ICT

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Topics for the Integrated Curriculum

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CIVICS & CITIZENSHIP Mac Australia Topics

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Civics & Citizenship

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Science Maths

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Topics for the Integrated Curriculum

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Science Investigations

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Technology & ICT

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Teacher Reference

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Macmillan Maths Problem Solving

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Scrapbooks, Mighty Mentals, and Maths Rules!

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Professional Development Index

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Health & PE

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eBooks

eBook

HUNDREDS of eBOOKS are AVAILABLE NOW. Look out for them throughout the catalogue. eBook iPad

eBook iPad

eBook iPad

DISC

ONLINE

iBOOKSTORE

eBooks on disc for download onto your computer or school server, and then upload onto an iPad or tablet.

Some literacy discs come with an option to download eBooks online using an access code and user registration.

eBooks available to purchase from the iBookstore.

Most provide a full site licence.

A full site licence is included.

Each book may be viewed on only one device at a time.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT MACMILLAN EDUCATION p. 1300 764 276 • www.macmillaneducation.com.au/primary 6 | www.macmillaneducation.com.au/primary

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ENGLISH READING RESOURCES GRID............................... 08 LITERACY PROGRAMS........................................ 10 CLASSROOM READING...................................... 56 HIGH INTEREST–LOW READING ABILITY.............. 68 LITERATURE........................................................ 70 TAKE-HOME READING........................................ 75 SPEAKING AND LISTENING................................ 78 CHAPTER BOOKS............................................... 80 SPELLING AND GRAMMAR................................. 90 HANDWRITING AND WRITING RESOURCES....... 92 DICTIONARIES, THESAURUSES & ATLASES........... 96 TEACHER RESOURCES........................................ 98

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Reading Resources Grid PAGES SERIES

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Connect

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Springboard

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Springboard into Comprehension

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NEW

Springboard into Comprehension Assessment

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Literacy Network

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Mac Australia Topics

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Learn-Abouts

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NEW

Team Reads

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Boldprint Kids Graphic Readers

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My Phonics Readers

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Sprints

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Sprints Flips

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Legends

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Girlz Rock!

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Boyz Rule!

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Star Girl

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Get Real!

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GUIDED GROUP INSTRUCTION

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ENGLISH LITERACY PROGRAMS

Bestseller

Connect FOUNDATION–YEAR 3

Connecting to the digital classroom, connecting to young minds

With resourcing for the Australian Curriculum, the NSW Syllabus and the Victorian Curriculum, this outstanding series meets the ever-changing needs of today’s Foundation–Year 3 classrooms.

Connect  |

The program helps teachers guide students to develop their literacy skills by encouraging them to listen to, read, view, speak about, write, create and reflect on a variety of text types. Connect provides features such as:

• print and eBooks across reading levels 1–30 • strong phonics and comprehension focus including literal, inferential and evaluative questions • tightly levelled texts within each reading level • controlled high-frequency words • a literature title at each level – picture book or poetry • integrated Asian, Indigenous Australian and sustainability content • engaging fiction and nonfiction texts • striking illustrations and vivid photos that bring the content to life • simple structure for ease of planning.

Interactive Interactive

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ENGLISH

At a glance CONNECT STUDENT BOOKS COMPONENTS

INTERACTIVE STUDENT eBOOKS

LITERATURE PRINT & eBOOKS

TEACHER GUIDES

LISTENING POSTS

24 eBooks

8 titles + eBooks

1 Teacher Guide

1 Listening Post Audio Disc

ORAL LITERACY FOR READING

FOUNDATION READING LEVELS 1–8

40 titles

1 Nursery Rhymes and Chants Big Book + Disc

40 titles

24 eBooks

8 titles + eBooks

1 Teacher Guide

1 Listening Post Audio Disc

35 titles

21 eBooks

7 titles + eBooks

1 Teacher Guide

1 Listening Post Audio Disc

1 Instructional Strategies Cards Box 1 Interactive eBooks Disc

CONNECT 2 READING LEVELS 17–23

CONNECT 3 READING LEVELS 24–30

LITERACY PROGRAMS

CONNECT 1 READING LEVELS 9–16

1 Poetry Big Book + Disc

21 eBooks

7 titles + eBooks

1 Teacher Guide

1 Listening Post Audio Disc

1 Interactive eBooks Disc

TEACHER GUIDES

| Connect

35 titles

1 Instructional Strategies Cards Box

These invaluable guides provide: • guided reading notes for each student book and literature title • assessment records and task sheets • charts aligning resources with the curriculum • scope and sequence charts providing word counts, text types, high-frequency words, vocabulary and language conventions, and phonics focus. Levels 1–8 Levels 9–16 Levels 17–23 Levels 24–30

• • • •

9781458641229 9781458641236 9781458641243 9781458648990

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INTERACTIVE eBOOKS eBook Disc Online

Interactive Interactive

IWB

Connecting to the digital classroom

These powerful interactive eBook versions of both fiction and nonfiction titles will stimulate young minds and enliven lessons. Ideal for use on IWBs or computers, the eBooks provide: • • • • • •

LITERACY PROGRAMS

multiple opportunities to model and practise reading and comprehension skills literal, inferential and evaluative comprehension questions phonics and vocabulary reinforcement for every spread in the text downloadable worksheets addressing phonics/vocabulary, comprehension and writing focus for each book video footage in factual texts read-to/read-along audio feature self-record and playback feature.

Each DVD provides a ‘local version’ for downloading the eBooks onto a school server. DVDs featuring levels 1–23 include an access code that allows you to access an online version of the eBook via www.springboardconnect.com.au* A full site licence is included. All eBooks are also available in print. Levels 1–8 (24 titles) Levels 9–16 (24 titles) Levels 17–23 (21 titles) Levels 24–30 (21 titles)

• • • •

9781458641250 9781458641267 9781458641274 9781458648976

Phonics and vocabulary reinforcement

Literal, inferential and evaluative comprehension questions

Connect  |

Worksheets Self-record feature Read-to/ read-along feature

Video

*The online access period is valid for a maximum of four years from the date of purchase. Please note that upgrades or changes to the platform may have an impact on accessibility.

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LITERATURE

(PRINT BOOKS) Picture story books & poetry Aligned with the literature requirements of the curriculum and using the power of storytelling to inspire and enlighten, these engaging ‘read-to’ stories will captivate young minds. A variety of genres feature unique storytelling elements and vibrant illustrations that will appeal to a broad range of students in every classroom.

These stunning titles will have all students engaging in literature

LITERACY PROGRAMS

LITERATURE

Interactive

(DIGITAL)

eBook Disc

Adding a new dimension to literature classes, each digital title can be read on a variety of devices, by teachers as ‘read-to’ stories or as Big Books onscreen, or independently by students.

Captivating literature titles in interactive eBook format

Features include: •

• •

| Connect

w  ritten for Foundation to Year 3 students, but the texts have much broader appeal unique storytelling elements and stunning illustrations audio function plays page-by-page or whole-book audio play, record and playback features.

Each title has an accompanying worksheet and supporting Teacher Notes that reference the curriculum. A full site licence is included. All eBooks are also available in print. Levels 1–23 DVD (23 titles) • 9781458644671 Levels 24–30 DVD (7 titles) • 9781458648983

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CONNECT: ORAL LITERACY FOR READING AND WRITING

Interactive

eBook iPad Disc IWB Audiovisual

FOUNDATION–YEAR 3

LITERACY PROGRAMS

Oral literacy skills provide the crucial foundation for developing reading and writing skills. Connect: Oral Literacy for Reading and Writing provides rich resources to build students’ oral literacy skills in meaningful and engaging ways. The components help create a rich language-learning environment with multiple opportunities for the development of oral interaction.

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, One, two, three, four, five, Once I caught a fish alive. Six, seven, eight, nine, ten, Then I let it go again. Why did you let it go? Because it bit my finger so. Which finger did it bite? This little finger on the right.

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2 BIG BOOKS

One, two, three, four, five, Once I caught a crab alive. Six, seven, eight, nine, ten, Then I let it go again. Why did you let it go? Because it bit my finger so. Which finger did it bite? This little finger on the right. One, two, three, four, five, Once I caught an eel alive. Six, seven, eight, nine, ten, Then I let it go again. Why did you let it go? Because it bit my finger so. Which finger did it bite? This little finger on the right.

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eBook iPad IWB

Nursery Rhymes and Chants Big Book 1 – Foundation and Year 1 • Poetry Big Book 2 – Years 2 and 3 •

Nursery rhymes and poetry help familiarise students with the sounds and nuances of spoken language. The inside front cover ‘at-a-glance’ Teacher Notes provide an explicit focus on oral literacy and vocabulary. Each book comes with a disc that contains an eBook (PDF) edition of the book and the Teacher Notes.

Connect  |

Nursery Rhymes and Chants Big Book 1 (F–Year 1) • 9781458650177 Poetry Big Book 2 (Years 2–3) • 9781458650184

2 INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES CARDS BOXES Forty cards per box provide a wealth of strategies for teaching different aspects of oral literacy in three broad areas: everyday interactions, speaking and listening, and vocabulary. The card format allows for quick and easy classroom use.

Instructional Strategies Cards Box 1 (F–Year 1) • 9781458650153 Instructional Strategies Cards Box 2 (Years 2–3) • 9781458650160

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2 DISCS – 60 INTERACTIVE eBOOKS

Interactive

eBook Disc Audiovisual

• 32 titles on Disc 1 for Foundation–Year 1 • 28 titles on Disc 2 for Years 2–3 The interactive eBooks allow students to: • • • • • • •

retell the story (text is removed and student types own recount) answer vocabulary and comprehension questions complete cloze activities for comprehension answer multi-choice questions to test auditory memory listen to the audio of the text and definitions of glossary words watch videos utilise drawing tools.

Also included in the digital package: Teacher Notes, 3 x Worksheets and Assessment rubrics for each eBook, and user information.

LITERACY PROGRAMS

Assessment Assessment rubrics available on the eBooks discs. Oral Literacy Interactive eBook Disc 1 (F–Year 1) • 9781458650191 Oral Literacy Interactive eBook Disc 2 (Years 2–3) • 9781458650207

User guide

Back to bookshelf

Print

Full screen view

Audio

Vocabulary question

| Connect

Comprehension question Mark-up tools Retell

Auditory memory question

View our new

Oral Literacy Digital Presentation https://vimeo.com/178143145

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LISTENING POST AUDIO DISCS

Audio

Developing aural comprehension skills

Each sensational student text in Connect has an accompanying audio version. Meeting the demands of the curriculum, the levelled books can be used by students to develop their aural comprehension/oral language skills. An accompanying worksheet for each text provides relevant activities to further support the listening experience. The discs can be installed on your school server, and once installed the audio tracks can be downloaded to a wide range of mobile and fixed devices (headphone splitters allow for multiple users). • • • •

9781458642943 9781458642950 9781458642967 9781458649003

Connect  |

LITERACY PROGRAMS

Levels 1–8 Disc (40 titles) Levels 9–16 Disc (40 titles) Levels 17–23 Disc (35 titles) Levels 24–30 Disc (35 titles)

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All Connect titles are now available as eBooks! Look out for these icons for eBooks Interactive eBook

eB

Oral Literacy Interactive eBook Disc

eB

Literature Title eBook

LITERACY PROGRAMS

eB

Interactive Interactive

Disc Online

Interactive

Interactive

Disc

THE CONNECT STUDENT BOOKS AND LITERATURE TITLES FEATURE OUTSTANDING ILLUSTRATIONS AND IMAGERY | Connect

It is a plum. It is a fruit.

8

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Also available as an eBook:

CONNECT FOUNDATION

eB Interactive eBook

READING LEVELS 1–8

Disc Online

eB Oral Literacy Interactive eBook

40 Student Books 8 Literature Titles READING LEVEL

Interactive Interactive

eB Literature Title eBook

A

B

C

D

E

Interactive

Disc

Interactive

Disc

LITERATURE TITLE

1 N • 9781458639592

eB

FD • 9781458639615

LR • 9781458639608

eB

N • 9781458639622

N • 9781458639646

eB

L • 9781458639653

eB

N • 9781458639660

eB

IR • 9781458639677

FD • 9781458639691

eB

LR • 9781458639707

eB

LR • 9781458639714

eB

N • 9781458639721

FD • 9781458639769

eB

LR • 9781458639745

eB

FD • 9781458639752

eB

FD • 9781458639790

eB

N • 9781458639806

eB

N • 9781458639813

FR • 9781458639844

eB

LR • 9781458639851

eB

N • 9781458639868

LR • 9781458639899

eB

LR • 9781458639905

eB

FD • 9781458639912

eB

LR • 9781458639929

LR • 9781458639950

eB

LR • 9781458639967

eB

IR • 9781458639974

eB

LR • 9781458639639

eB

LIT • 9781458640727

eB

FR • 9781458639684

eB

LIT • 9781458640734

eB

eB

FD • 9781458639738

eB

LIT • 9781458640741

eB

N • 9781458639776

eB

N • 9781458639783

eB

LIT • 9781458640758

eB

eB

LR • 9781458639820

eB

FD • 9781458639837

eB

LIT • 9781458640765

eB

eB

IR • 9781458639875

eB

N • 9781458639882

eB

LIT • 9781458640772

eB

eB

IR • 9781458639936

eB

LIT • 9781458640789

eB

eB

P • 9781458639981

eB

LIT • 9781458640796

eB

eB

LITERACY PROGRAMS

2 eB

3

4

5

Connect  |

6

7

8

N • 9781458639943

eB

KEY FD FR IR LIT

• • • •

Factual Description Factual Recount Information Report Literature Title

LR • N • N(L) • P •

Literary Recount Narrative Narrative (Legend) Procedure

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KEY FD FR IR LIT

READING LEVELS 9–16

40 Student Books 8 Literature Titles READING LEVEL

A

B

C

• • • •

LR • N • N(L) • P •

Factual Description Factual Recount Information Report Literature Title

D

ENGLISH

CONNECT 1

Literary Recount Narrative Narrative (Legend) Procedure

E

LITERATURE TITLE

9 eB

eB N • 9781458639998

eB

N • 9781458640000

eB

IR • 9781458640017

eB

FD • 9781458640024

N • 9781458640031

eB LIT • 9781458640802

10 eB

eB

eB

LR • 9781458640048

N • 9781458640956

eB

N • 9781458640055

IR • 9781458640062

eB IR • 9781458640079

eB LIT • 9781458640819

LITERACY PROGRAMS

11 eB N • 9781458640086

eB N • 9781458640093

eB P • 9781458640109

eB N • 9781458640116

eB

eB

IR • 9781458640123

LIT • 9781458640826

12 eB N • 9781458640130

eB LR • 9781458640147

eB N • 9781458640154

eB

eB FD • 9781458640161

IR • 9781458640178

eB LIT • 9781458640833

13 eB N • 9781458640185

eB N • 9781458640192

eB IR • 9781458640208

eB N • 9781458640215

eB IR • 9781458640222

eB LIT • 9781458640840

eB N • 9781458640277

eB N • 9781458640239

eB IR • 9781458640246

eB N(L) • 9781458640253

eB IR • 9781458640260

| Connect

14 eB LIT • 9781458640857

15 eB N • 9781458640284

eB N • 9781458640291

eB

eB N • 9781458640307

IR • 9781458640314

eB FD • 9781458640321

eB LIT • 9781458640864

16 eB N • 9781458640338

eB IR • 9781458640345

eB IR • 9781458640352

eB N • 9781458640369

eB LR • 9781458640376

eB LIT • 9781458640871

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Also available as an eBook:

CONNECT 2

eB Interactive eBook

READING LEVELS 17–23

Disc Online

eB Oral Literacy Interactive eBook

35 Student Books 7 Literature Titles READING LEVEL

Interactive Interactive

eB Literature Title eBook

A

B

C

D

E

Interactive

Disc

Interactive

Disc

LITERATURE TITLE

17 eB N • 9781458640383

eB IR • 9781458640390

eB E • 9781458640406

eB IR • 9781458640413

eB N(M) • 9781458640420

eB LIT • 9781458640888

18 eB

LITERACY PROGRAMS

N • 9781458640437

eB N • 9781458640444

eB FD • 9781458640451

eB IR • 9781458640468

eB E • 9781458640475

eB LIT • 9781458640895

19 eB N • 9781458640482

eB N • 9781458640499

eB IR • 9781458640505

eB N(M) • 9781458640512

eB E • 9781458640529

eB LIT • 9781458640901

20 eB

eB N • 9781458640536

FD • 9781458640543

eB N • 9781458640550

eB FD • 9781458640567

eB E • 9781458640574

eB LIT • 9781458640918

21 eB

Connect  |

N • 9781458640581

eB N • 9781458640598

eB N • 9781458640604

eB

eB

eB

FD • 9781458640963

FD • 9781458640611

LIT • 9781458640925

22 eB

eB

N • 9781458640628

E • 9781458640635

eB N • 9781458640642

eB IR • 9781458640659

eB E • 9781458640666

eB LIT • 9781458640932

23 eB LR • 9781458640673

eB N • 9781458640680

eB FD • 9781458640697

eB IR • 9781458640703

eB P • 9781458640710

eB LIT • 9781458640949

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CONNECT 3

READING LEVELS 24–30 35 Student Books 7 Literature Titles READING LEVEL

A

B

C

D

E

LITERATURE TITLE

24 eB

eB

eB

N • 9781458648495

N • 9781458648501

IR • 9781458648518

eB D • 9781458648525

eB IR • 9781458648532

eB LIT • 9781458648846

25 eB LR • 9781458648549

eB N • 9781458648556

eB

eB

eB

IR • 9781458648570

IR • 9781458648587

LIT • 9781458648853

eB D • 9781458648563

LITERACY PROGRAMS

26 eB

eB N • 9781458648594

RC • 9781458648600

eB IR • 9781458648617

eB D • 9781458648624

eB N • 9781458648631

eB LIT • 9781458648860

27 eB N • 9781458648648

eB E • 9781458648655

eB P • 9781458648686

eB

eB D • 9781458648679

N • 9781458648662

eB LIT • 9781458648877

28 eB N • 9781458648693

eB DI • 9781458648709

eB

eB

eB

RC • 9781458648716

IR • 9781458648723

N • 9781458648730

eB LIT • 9781458648884

eB N • 9781458648747

eB

eB

eB

eB

N • 9781458648754

EX • 9781458648761

D • 9781458648778

E • 9781458648785

eB LIT • 9781458648891

| Connect

29

30 eB

eB

eB

eB

eB

N • 9781458648792

IR • 9781458648808

N • 9781458648815

IR • 9781458648822

IR • 9781458648839

KEY D DI E EX FD IR

• • • • • •

Description Discussion Explanation Exposition Factual Description Information Report

LIT LR N N(M) P RC

eB LIT • 9781458648907

• • • • • •

Literature Title Literary Recount Narrative Narrative (Myth) Procedure Recount

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Springboard ALL PRIMARY

Building English knowledge, understanding and skills throughout the primary years

Springboard  |

Develops reading confidence and competence in your classroom with finely graded texts covering diverse content. A variety of written and multimodal text types across a range of contexts develop students’ reading and writing skills. Diverse comprehension strategies are fostered, utilising assorted questioning techniques and graphic organisers. With comprehensive teacher support provided for each book, Springboard can be used as the main reading resource in a school or as part of a wider literacy program. FREE Teacher Notes available at www.macmillaneducation.com.au/primary

Interactive

eBook Disc IWB Audio Audiovisual

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SPRINGBOARD FOUNDATION–6 Finely graded texts

FOUNDATION–3 READING LEVELS 1–30+

Springboard Foundation–3 provides finely graded books and practical teacher resource materials to support and challenge the individual needs of emergent-to-fluent readers. Features: • • • • • •

graded texts based on Reading Recovery levels a wide range of types of text systematic treatment of high-frequency words, phonics and word-attack skills recurring characters development of oral language skills graphic organisers to develop comprehension skills.

A variety of text types

MIDDLE–UPPER

READING AGES 8.8–13.5 YEARS

SPRINGBOARD

With a more mature look and feel, Springboard 4–6 focuses on the needs and interests of older primary students.

LITERACY PROGRAMS

Jump It! • 9781420262926

The student books have been organised using a broadband system, helping teachers match the texts to students’ abilities. The books can be used: • • •

as a core component of your guided-reading program in small group literature circle activities in individualised reading programs. Sammy Stevens Sings • 9781420206425

| Springboard

TEACHER SUPPORT

Comprehensive support for every book The comprehensive support provides explicit guidedreading notes designed to help teachers assist students to develop interpreting, analysing and evaluating skills. In the lower levels the student books are reproduced in the notes, with suggested questions for every page. Worksheets, benchmark kits and response cards complete the package. FREE teacher support available online. Teacher Support for Sammy Stevens Sings • 9781420206425

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Levels and components SPRINGBOARD FOUNDATION LEVEL READING LEVELS/AGES

1

2

3

4

5

6

LEVELS 1–8 (5–6 YEARS)

LEVELS 9–16 (6–7 YEARS)

LEVELS 17–23 (7–8 YEARS)

LEVELS 24–30 (8–9 YEARS)

8.8–10.2 YEARS

9.5–12.5 YEARS

10.5–13.5 YEARS

128 titles

128 titles

56 titles

56 titles

48 titles

18 titles

18 titles

24 eBooks

24 eBooks

21 eBooks

21 eBooks

x 2

x 2

x 2

x 2

x 16

x 16

GUIDED READING BOOKS

LITERACY PROGRAMS

INTERACTIVE STUDENT eBOOKS

BIG BOOKS

MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE WORKSHEETS

FREE

AVAILABLE ONLINE

(in Teacher Notes) (in Teacher Notes) (in Teacher Notes)

RESPONSE CARDS

FREE

Springboard  |

AVAILABLE ONLINE

BENCHMARK KITS

FREE

AVAILABLE ONLINE

TEACHER PACKS

FREE

AVAILABLE ONLINE

x 7

x 7

x 3

x 3

x 3

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SPRINGBOARD INTERACTIVE

Interactive

eBook Disc IWB Audiovisual

READING LEVELS 1–30

Recognising the need for students to read and respond to digital and multimodal texts, these eBooks are a powerful resource for Foundation–Year 3. Ideal for use on both IWBs and computers, Springboard eBooks will engage all young readers. Features include: • • • •

90 fiction and nonfiction titles from Reading Levels 1–30 a ‘read-along’ text feature for students to record and self-monitor their fluency interactive activities reinforcing phonics, vocabulary, high-frequency words, grammar and text conventions skills worksheets for additional practice.

Perfect for whole-class modelling of text features. A full site licence is included. All eBooks are also available in print. • • • •

9781420282085 9781420282092 9781420282108 9781420282115

Mega Interactive Disc (Levels 1–30)

• 9781420286199

LITERACY PROGRAMS

Foundation Interactive Disc (Levels 1–8) 1 Interactive Disc (Levels 9–16) 2 Interactive Disc (Levels 17–23) 3 Interactive Disc (Levels 24–30)

| Springboard

Follow-up worksheets Listen and record

Activities

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SPRINGBOARD FOUNDATION READING LEVELS 1–8

eB

128 Books

READING LEVEL

also available as an eBook

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

FD • 9780732984571

LR • 9780732984595

LR • 9780732984618

LR • 9780732984632

N • 9780732984656

FD • 9780732984670

FD • 9780732984694

LR • 9780732984717

eB

eB

FD • 9781420262186

LR • 9781420262193

LR • 9781420262209

LR • 9781420262216

N • 9781420262223

FD • 9781420262230 FD • 9781420262247

LR • 9781420262254

LR • 9780732984816

LR • 9780732984793

FD • 9780732984779

LR • 9780732984755

LR • 9780732984731

FR • 9780732984830

IR • 9780732984878

LR • 9781420262278

LR • 9781420262285

FD • 9781420262292

LR • 9781420262308

LR • 9781420262315

FR • 9781420262322

LR • 9781420262339

IR • 9781420262346

LR • 9780732984892

N • 9780732984915

IR • 9780732984939

N • 9780732984953

IR • 9780732984977

N • 9780732984991

LR • 9780732985011

IR • 9780732985035

LR • 9781420262360

N • 9781420262377

IR • 9781420262384

N • 9781420262391

IR • 9781420262407

N • 9781420262414

LR • 9781420262421

IR • 9781420262438

N • 9780732985059

FD • 9780732985073

LR • 9780732985097

IR • 9780732985110

LR • 9780732985134

FR • 9780732985158

N • 9780732985172

N • 9780732985196

N • 9781420262469

FD • 9781420262476

LR • 9781420262483

IR • 9781420262490

LR • 9781420262506

FR • 9781420262513

N • 9781420262520

N • 9781420262537

N • 9780732985219

FD • 9780732985233

IR • 9780732985257

N • 9780732985271

LR • 9780732985295

LR • 9780732985318

N • 9780732985332

IR • 9780732985356

FD • 9781420262551

IR • 9781420262568

N • 9781420262575

LR • 9781420262582

LR • 9781420262599

N • 9781420262605

1A

1B eB

LITERACY PROGRAMS

2A LR • 9780732984854

2B eB

eB

eB

3A

3B eB

eB

eB

Springboard  |

4A

4B eB

eB

eB

5A

5B eB N • 9781420262544

eB

eB IR • 9781420262612

Interactive

eBook Disc Audiovisual Foundation Interactive Disc Levels 1–8 9781420282085

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SPRINGBOARD FOUNDATION READING LEVELS 1–8 128 Books

READING LEVEL

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

LR • 9780732985370

IR • 9780732985394

N • 9780732985417

LR • 9780732985431

FR • 9780732985455

LR • 9780732985479

P • 9780732985493

N • 9780732985516

LR • 9781420262667

FR • 9781420262674

LR • 9781420262681 P • 9781420262698

N • 9781420262704

IR • 9780732985677

6A

6B eB LR • 9781420262636 IR • 9781420262643

eB N • 9781420262650

eB

7A N • 9780732985554

N • 9780732985578

FD • 9780732986797

N • 9780732985615

FR • 9780732985639

LR • 9780732985653

N • 9781420262728

N • 9781420262735

N • 9781420262742

FD • 9781420262759

N • 9781420262766

FR • 9781420262773 LR • 9781420262780

IR • 9781420262797

N • 9780732985691

IR • 9780732985714

N • 9780732985738

N • 9780732985752

N • 9780732985776

FR • 9780732985790

FD • 9780732985837

N • 9781420262810

IR • 9781420262827

N • 9781420262834

N • 9781420262841 N • 9781420262858

7B eB

eB

eB

8A N • 9780732985813

LITERACY PROGRAMS

N • 9780732985530

8B eB

eB FR • 9781420262865 N • 9781420262872

eB FD • 9781420262889

| Springboard

KEY

FD FR IR LR N P

• • • • • •

Factual Description Factual Recount Information Report Literary Recount Narrative Procedure

The Blizzard • 9781420262872

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SPRINGBOARD 1 READING LEVELS 9–16

eB

128 Books

READING LEVEL

also available as an eBook

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

P • 9780732985851

LR • 9780732985875

N • 9780732985899

P • 9780732985912

N • 9780732985936

N • 9780732985950

PR • 9780732985974

LR • 9780732985998

P • 9781420262919

LR • 9781420262926

N • 9781420262933

P • 9781420262940

N • 9781420262957 N • 9781420262964

PR • 9781420262971

LR • 9781420262988

IR • 9780732986018

N • 9780732986032

N • 9780732986056

DI • 9780732986070

LR • 9780732986094

IR • 9780732986131

LR • 9780732986155

IR • 9781420263008

N • 9781420263015

N • 9781420263022

DI • 9781420263039

LR • 9781420263046

N • 9780732986179

PR • 9780732986193

N • 9780732986216

E • 9780732986230

LR • 9780732986254

LR • 9780732986278

N • 9781420263091

PR • 9781420263107

N • 9781420263114

E • 9781420263121

LR • 9781420263138

LR • 9780732986339

N • 9780732986353

N • 9780732986377

E • 9780732986391

N • 9780732986414

N • 9781420263176

N • 9781420263183

N • 9781420263190

E • 9781420263206

N • 9780732986490

N • 9780732986513

eB

eB

N • 9781420263268

N • 9781420263275

LR • 9781420263282

9A

9B

LITERACY PROGRAMS

eB

eB

eB

10A N • 9780732986117

10B eB

eB

eB

N • 9781420263053 IR • 9781420263060

N • 9781420263077

11A IR • 9780732986292

LR • 9780732986315

LR • 9781420263695

IR • 9781420263145

N • 9781420263152

IR • 9780732986438

LR • 9780732986452

PR • 9780732986476

N • 9781420263213

IR • 9781420263220

LR • 9781420263237

LR • 9780732986537 FD • 9780732986551 LR • 9780732986575

IR • 9780732986599

N • 9780732986612

IR • 9780732986636

N • 9781420263329

IR • 9781420263336

11B

Springboard  |

eB

eB

eB

12A

12B eB

eB

eB PR • 9781420263244

13A

13B eB IR • 9781420263299

N • 9781420263305

IR • 9781420263312

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SPRINGBOARD 1 READING LEVELS 9–16 128 Books

READING LEVEL

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

LR • 9780732986650

LR • 9780732986674

FD • 9780732986698

N • 9780732986711

N • 9780732986735

FD • 9780732985592

N • 9780732986759

IR • 9780732986773

eB

eB

N • 9781420263350

LR • 9781420263367

FD • 9781420263688

N • 9781420263374

N • 9781420263381

IR • 9781420263398

N • 9781420263404

IR • 9781420263411

LR • 9780732986810

N • 9780732986834

N • 9780732986858

N • 9780732986872

DI • 9780732986896

IR • 9780732986919

N • 9780732986933

A • 9780732986957

eB

eB

LR • 9781420263459

LR • 9781420263466

N • 9781420263473

N • 9781420263480

DI • 9781420263497

IR • 9781420263503

N • 9781420263435

A • 9781420263442

P • 9780732986971

LR • 9780732986995

IR • 9780732987015

N • 9780732987039

LR • 9780732987053

LR • 9780732987077

N • 9780732987091

E • 9780732987114

eB

eB

P • 9781420263510

N • 9781420263527

IR • 9781420263534

N • 9781420263541

N • 9781420263558

N • 9781420263565

N • 9781420263572

IR • 9781420263589

14A

14B eB

15A

eB

16A

LITERACY PROGRAMS

15B

16B eB

Interactive

eBook Disc Audiovisual

| Springboard

Springboard 1 Interactive Disc Levels 9–16 9781420282092

KEY

A • DI • E • FD • IR • LR • N • P • PR •

Argument Discussion Explanation Factual Description Information Report Literary Recount Narrative Procedure Procedural Recount

School Blog • 9781420263138

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SPRINGBOARD 2 READING LEVELS 17–23

READING LEVEL

17

A

also available as an eBook

eB

56 Books

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

N • 9780732983949

FD • 9780732983956

N • 9780732983963

FR • 9780732983970

N • 9780732983987

IR • 9780732983994

N • 9780732984007

FD • 9780732984014

N • 9780732984021

E • 9780732984038

N • 9780732984045

IR • 9780732984052

N • 9780732984069

FD • 9780732984076

N • 9780732984083

FD • 9780732984090

N • 9780732984106

FD • 9780732984113

N • 9780732984120

IR • 9780732984137

N • 9780732984144

FD • 9780732984151

N • 9780732984168

FD • 9780732984175

N • 9780732984182

FD • 9780732984199

N • 9780732984205

FD • 9780732984212

N • 9780732984229

FD • 9780732984236

N • 9780732984243

E • 9780732984250

N • 9780732984267

P • 9780732984274

N • 9780732984281

IR • 9780732984298

N • 9780732984304

FD • 9780732984311

N • 9780732984328

FR • 9780732984335

N • 9780732984342

IR • 9780732984359

N • 9780732984366

IR • 9780732984373

N • 9780732984380

FD • 9780732984397

N • 9780732984403

IR • 9780732984410

N • 9780732984427

E • 9780732984434

N • 9780732984441

IR • 9780732984458

N • 9780732984465

FD • 9780732984472

N • 9780732984489

z

eB

eB

eB

18

LITERACY PROGRAMS

eB

eB

eB

19 eB

eB

eB

20 eB

eB

eB

21 eB

eB

eB

Springboard  |

22 eB

eB

eB

23 eB

eB

Interactive

eBook Disc Audiovisual Springboard 2 Interactive Disc Levels 17–23 9781420282108

eB

KEY

AP E EP FD FR IR

• • • • • •

Argument/Persuasion Explanation Explanation/Procedure Factual Description Factual Recount Information Report

N PRC P RC RE RP

• • • • • •

IR • 9780732984496

Narrative Personal Recount Procedure Recount Report/Explanation Recount/Procedure

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SPRINGBOARD 3 READING LEVELS 24–30 56 Books

READING LEVEL

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

N • 9780732995799

P • 9780732995805

PRC • 9780732995812

EP • 9780732995829

N • 9780732995874

IR • 9780732995881

N • 9780732995898

IR • 9780732995904

N • 9780732995959

IR • 9780732995966

N • 9780732995973

N • 9780732996031

IR • 9780732996048

H

N • 9780732995836

FD • 9780732995843

N • 9780732995850

IR • 9780732995867

N • 9780732995911

AP • 9780732995928

N • 9780732995935

RE • 9780732995942

FR • 9780732995980

N • 9780732995997

IR • 9780732996000

N • 9780732996017

IR • 9780732996024

N • 9780732996055

P • 9780732996062

N • 9780732996079

FD • 9780732996086

N • 9780732996093

FD • 9780732996109

IR • 9780732996123

N • 9780732995003

FD • 9780732996130

RC • 9780732996147

IR • 9780732996154

N • 9780732996161

FD • 9780732996178

N • 9780732996185

FR • 9780732996192

N • 9780732996208

AP • 9780732996215

N • 9780732996222

FD • 9780732996239

N • 9780732996246

FD • 9780732996253

N • 9780732996260

RP • 9780732996277

N • 9780732996284

FD • 9780732996291

IR • 9780732996314

N • 9780732996321

24 eB

eB

eB

25 eB

eB

eB

eB

eB

eB

27 eB

eB

eB

LITERACY PROGRAMS

26

28 eB N • 9780732996116

eB

eB

29 eB

eB

30 eB

eB N • 9780732996307

eB

Interactive

| Springboard

eB

IR • 9780732996338

Interactive

eBook Disc Audiovisual

eBook Disc Audiovisual

Springboard 3 Interactive Disc Levels 24–30 9781420282115

Mega Interactive Disc Levels 1–30 9781420286199

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SPRINGBOARD 4

READING AGE 8.8–10.2 YEARS 48 Books

READING AGE

CHAPTER BOOKS

FACTUAL TITLES

LITERACY PROGRAMS

8.8– 9.2 YRS RF • 9781420206166

RF • 9781420206173

HF • 9781420206227

F • 9781420206210

P • 9781420205770

RC • 9781420205756

IR • 9781420205763

IR • 9781420206142

SF • 9781420206180

H • 9781420206197

M • 9781420206203

F • 9781420206234

I • 9781420206128

B • 9781420206135

E • 9781420205787

PR • 9781420206159

RF • 9781420206449

RF • 9781420206487

HF • 9781420206470

F • 9781420206425

P • 9781420206357

RC • 9781420206333

IR • 9781420206340

IR • 9781420206388

SF • 9781420206463

H • 9781420206456

M • 9781420206432

F • 9781420206494

I • 9781420206371

B • 9781420206364

E • 9781420206418

PR • 9781420206395

RF • 9781420206616

RF • 9781420206647

HF • 9781420206654

F • 9781420206609

P • 9781420206548

RC • 9781420206524

IR • 9781420206531

IR • 9781420206562

SF • 9781420206661

H • 9781420206623

M • 9781420206630

F • 9781420206678

I • 9781420206555

B • 9781420206579

E • 9781420206586

PR • 9781420206593

9.3– 9.7 YRS

Springboard  |

9.8– 10.2 YRS

KEY

B DI E EX F FT H HF HFF IR

• • • • • • • • • •

Biography Discussion Explanation Exposition Fantasy Folktale Humour Historical Fiction Historical Fiction/Fantasy Information Report

I M MY P PR RC RF SF SS

• • • • • • • • •

Interview Mystery Myth Procedure Procedural Recount Recount Realistic Fiction Science Fiction Survival Story

Catty Bimbar and the New-Age Pirates • 9781420206623

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SPRINGBOARD 5

READING AGE 9.5–12.5 YEARS 18 Books

READING AGE

CHAPTER BOOKS

FACTUAL TITLES

9.5– 10.5 YRS SF • 9781420262018

RF • 9781420262025

E • 9781420261790

IR • 9781420261776

B • 9781420261783

RC • 9781420261806

SF • 9781420262032

H • 9781420262049

E • 9781420261837

IR • 9781420261813

B • 9781420261820

RC • 9781420261844

F • 9781420262063

MY • 9781420262056

E • 9781420261875

IR • 9781420261851

B • 9781420261868

RC • 9781420261882

10.5– 11.5 YRS

LITERACY PROGRAMS

11.5– 12.5 YRS

SPRINGBOARD 6

READING AGE 10.5–13.5 YEARS 18 Books

READING AGE

CHAPTER BOOKS

FACTUAL TITLES

10.5– 11.5 YRS M • 9781420262070

IR • 9781420261912

EX • 9781420261905

DI • 9781420261899

SS • 9781420261929

F • 9781420262100

RF • 9781420262094

IR • 9781420261950

EX • 9781420261943

DI • 9781420261936

SS • 9781420261967

HFF • 9781420262117

RF • 9781420262124

IR • 9781420262001

EX • 9781420261981

DI • 9781420261974

SS • 9781420261998

| Springboard

H • 9781420262087

11.5– 12.5 YRS

12.5– 13.5 YRS

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ASSESSMENT RESOURCES NOW AVAILABLE!

LITERACY PROGRAMS

GIVING TEACHERS AND STUDENTS AN OPPORTUNITY TO ASSESS KEY COMPREHENSION SKILLS

Springboard into Comprehension ALL PRIMARY

Proven to increase comprehension skills

Springboard into Comprehension  |

This bestselling series allows teachers to systematically develop students’ comprehension skills and strategies. Meeting the demands of the Australian Curriculum: English, the NSW Syllabus and the Victorian Curriculum, the print and digital resources assist the acquisition of skills in interpreting, evaluating and critiquing ideas, information and issues. The carefully structured student books and accompanying IWB activities create an engaging learning framework that supports and challenges students. Interactive eBooks provide spoken, written, digital and multimodal texts across a range of contexts. Students’ fluency and oral comprehension skills are fostered using the in-built features of these texts. This outstanding series is specifically designed to provide students with multiple opportunities to practise and develop competencies across a wide range of comprehension skills.

Interactive Interactive

eBook Disc Online IWB Audiovisual

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Components for each level COMPREHENSION SKILLS BIG BOOKS Laminated Big Books allow teachers to both model comprehension skills and mark up the text. The text for each Big Book is available in a digital version on the IWB disc.

STUDENT BOOKS PRINT & EBOOK FORMATS

Fiction and nonfiction texts teach a range eBook of comprehension skills needed to interpret, Interactive analyse and evaluate texts.

Interactive

Disc

Online Audiovisual

LITERACY PROGRAMS

TEACHER NOTES Comprehensive Teacher Notes and Worksheets assist in consolidating students’ skill development.

INTERACTIVE Disc IWB WHITEBOARD & ASSESSMENT DISCS Interactive

|  Springboard into Comprehension

The activities on the Interactive Whiteboard & Assessment Discs let teachers model and provide guided practice on specific comprehension skills and strategies. The interactive cloze activities and Assessment Tests are ideal for measuring individual student progress.

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INTERACTIVE eBOOKS

Interactive Interactive

eBook Disc Online Audiovisual

Student eBooks for the interactive classroom These sensational interactive eBooks will engage and delight students while providing opportunities to develop comprehension and ICT skills. Packed with features allowing students to listen, record, view video clips, check word meanings and interact with text at their own pace, the eBooks will be welcome in all classes. The many benefits of the eBooks include:

Springboard into Comprehension  |

LITERACY PROGRAMS

• multiple opportunities to model and practise comprehension skills with the whole class, groups or individuals • literal, inferential and evaluative comprehension questions, which can be downloaded • printable PDF worksheets focusing on comprehension • video in factual texts to enhance understanding •a  read-along audio feature, where the printed word is highlighted as it is spoken • an audio recording feature. The eBooks can be used on IWBs or computers. Each DVD provides a ‘local version’ for downloading the eBooks onto a school server, and an access code to an online version. A full site licence is included. All eBooks are also available in print. Levels 11–16 DVD (12 eBooks) Levels 17–23 DVD (18 eBooks) Levels 24–30 DVD (18 eBooks) Ages 8.5–10.5 yrs DVD (18 eBooks) Ages 10.5–12.5 yrs DVD (18 eBooks) Ages 11.5–12.5+ yrs DVD (18 eBooks)

• • • • • •

9781420297331 9781420297348 9781420297355 9781420297362 9781420297379 9781420297386

Interactive Mega DVD (102 eBooks)

• 9781420297782

Interactive

IWB & ASSESSMENT DISCS Disc IWB These teacher discs provide tools to model and teach specific comprehension skills and strategies, and assess student progress. Contents: 1. Big Book IWB Texts and Activities 2. Comprehension Skills Practice Worksheets 3. Cloze Activities 4. Diagnostic Assessment Tests .

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TEACHING–LEARNING PATHWAY The Springboard into Comprehension series is based on an explicit teaching framework.

STEP 1 EXPLICIT INSTRUCTION In this phase the teacher explains to students why the specific skill or strategy helps with comprehension and when to apply the strategy. The skill definition is included in the Teacher Notes at the back of each Student Book and on the IWB and Assessment Disc.

STEP 2 MODELLING THE COMPREHENSION SKILL LITERACY PROGRAMS

The eBooks, Comprehension Skills Big Books and the IWB and Assessment Discs are used to model and demonstrate how to apply specific comprehension skills and strategies. Supporting Graphic Organiser Comprehension Activity Worksheets help students organise their information.

STEP 3 GUIDED PRACTICE WITH THE SKILL Students are assisted in practising the strategy until they can apply it independently in the guided-practice phase. The Comprehension Skills Practice Activity Sheets in the Teacher Notes offer students additional practice before they move on to the print or digital Student Books.

STEP 5 ASSESSING THE SKILL

Students read the print or digital Student Books with the teacher in the applying phase, allowing them to apply and practise the comprehension skill.

In the assessing phase, students reflect on what they have learnt and complete assessment tasks on the IWB and Assessment disc to monitor their level of understanding.

The Guide Notes at the back of each Student Book provide opportunities to develop and consolidate knowledge of specific comprehension skills.

|  Springboard into Comprehension

STEP 4 APPLYING THE SKILL

Assessment resources for Years 4, 5 and 6 allow for continuous assessment and instruction through analysis of key comprehension skills. See page 44.

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SPRINGBOARD into COMPREHENSION 1 READING LEVELS 11–16

eB

24 Books

READING LEVEL

IDENTIFYING DETAIL

MAIN IDEA

SEQUENCING

COMPARE & CONTRAST

LR • 9781420291391

IR • 9781420291407

LR • 9781420291414

FD • 9781420291421

also available as an eBook

11 eB

12 eB

LITERACY PROGRAMS

IR • 9781420291438

eB N • 9781420291445

eB P • 9781420291452

N • 9781420291469

T-Rex and Apatosaurus • 9781420291421

13 eB LR • 9781420291476

IR • 9781420291483

N • 9781420291490

IR • 9781420291506

LR • 9781420291537

N • 9781420291544

14 eB IR • 9781420291513

eB IR • 9781420291520

eB

15

Grandparents’ Day • 9781420291469

eB

Springboard into Comprehension  |

N • 9781420291551

eB

IR • 9781420291568

LR • 9781420291575

LR • 9781420291605

E • 9781420291612

FD • 9781420291582

16 eB N • 9781420291599

eB

KEY D E FD IR LR N P R RC

• • • • • • • • •

Description Explanation Factual Description Information Report Literary Recount Narrative Procedure Report Recount

IR • 9781420291629

Interactive

Interactive Interactive

Disc IWB

Disc Online

Audiovisual SIC 1 Big Book • 9781420291902 SIC 1 Teacher Book • 9781420291919 SIC 1 IWB Disc & Licence • 9781420291889

SIC 1 Digital Books Disc Levels 11–16 9781420297331

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SPRINGBOARD into COMPREHENSION 2 READING LEVELS 17–23 42 Books

READING LEVEL

IDENTIFYING DETAIL

MAIN IDEA

SEQUENCING

COMPARE & CONTRAST

FACT & OPINION

CAUSE & EFFECT

FD • 9781420265217

N • 9781420265224

N • 9781420265231

R • 9781420265248

D • 9781420265255

N • 9781420265262

17

18 eB

eB

eB

eB

eB

eB

N • 9781420265316

E • 9781420265323

R • 9781420265330

RC • 9781420265347

N • 9781420265354

LR • 9781420265392

N • 9781420265408

P • 9781420265415

R • 9781420265422

N • 9781420265439

D • 9781420265446

FD • 9781420265484

N • 9781420265491

N • 9781420265507

D • 9781420265514

N • 9781420265521

D • 9781420265538

LITERACY PROGRAMS

FD • 9781420265309

19

20

21 eB E • 9781420265576

eB FD • 9781420265583

eB E • 9781420265590

eB N • 9781420265606

eB N • 9781420265613

eB RC • 9781420265620

eB

eB

eB

eB

eB

|  Springboard into Comprehension

22 eB

FD • 9781420265668

RC • 9781420265675

N • 9781420265682

RC • 9781420265699

E • 9781420265705

D • 9781420265712

R • 9781420265750

N • 9781420265767

N • 9781420265774

D • 9781420265781

RC • 9781420265798

E • 9781420265804

23

Interactive Interactive

Interactive

Disc Online

Disc IWB SIC 2 Big Book 1 SIC 2 Big Book 2 SIC 2 Teacher Book SIC 2 IWB Disc & Licence

• • • •

9781420268102 9781420268096 9781420268089 9781420268638

Audiovisual SIC 2 Digital Books Disc Levels 17–23 9781420297348

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SPRINGBOARD into COMPREHENSION 3

eB

also available as an eBook

READING LEVELS 24–30 42 Books

READING LEVEL

IDENTIFYING DETAIL

MAIN IDEA

SEQUENCING

COMPARE & CONTRAST

FACT & OPINION

CAUSE & EFFECT

N • 9781420271010

RC • 9781420271027

P • 9781420271034

D • 9781420271041

R • 9781420271058

N • 9781420271065

24

25 eB

LITERACY PROGRAMS

N • 9781420271089

eB E • 9781420271096

eB N • 9781420271102

eB D • 9781420271119

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READING AGE

SEQUENCING

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also available as an eBook

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MAIN IDEA

FACT & OPINION

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READING AGE

COMPARE & CONTRAST

MAIN IDEA

FACT & OPINION

CAUSE & EFFECT

BIAS & PREJUDICE

FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE

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LITERACY PROGRAMS

SOON Springboard into Comprehension

Assessment ALL PRIMARY

Comprehension resources for continuous assessment and instruction

Springboard into Comprehension Assessment  |

Springboard into Comprehension Assessment provides tools for systematically measuring and monitoring students’ development of the key comprehension skills with different types of texts. It also provides opportunities for explicit instruction targeted to students’ needs. With assessment content (questions and answers) created by Educational Assessment Australia from UNSW Global Pty Limited, Springboard into Comprehension Assessment provides a reliable means to evaluate and plan for optimal teaching and learning outcomes. Springboard into Comprehension Assessment builds on the bestselling series Springboard into Comprehension, which provides a complete literacy program for developing students’ comprehension skills and strategies. It assists teachers to systematically analyse the key comprehension skills of:

• Cause and Effect • Compare and Contrast • Fact and Opinion • Language for Effect • Main Idea and Summarising • Predict and Draw Conclusions • Sequencing • Vocabulary in Context • Writer’s Purpose

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Year 4

Year 5

9781420237207

Year 6

9781420237214

9781420237221

SURVEY CARDS

Diagnostic assessment of comprehension My Rhyming Grandpa

SURVEY

• Survey students’ understanding of all nine key comprehension skills and evaluate their learning needs

Written by Tracey Michele Illustrations by Chantal Stewart

• Twenty copies of three different laminated Survey Cards Imaginative (Narrative)

• Whole-class assessment for diagnosing the learning needs of all students in a class SURVEY

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Assessment Task

Imaginative (Narrative) Language for Effect 1. When Grandpa says ‘that’ll brighten your eyes’, he means that A Mickala will be able to see his machine more clearly. B Mickala will be impressed by his machine. C Mickala will have to walk outside in the sunlight. D Mickala will feel more awake.

two old lounge recliner chairs. ‘Where are we going?’ I asked Grandpa. ‘When we get there, you’ll know, all right. Seat belt on and hold on tight,’ he replied. a lever With that, Grandpa pulled on agitator next to the steering wheel. The invisible whirred so fast it almost became a wonky skyrocket. like drive the down shot and we Springboard into Comprehension

Main Idea and Summarising

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And then, there they were – Cosmo, Sofia and Omar! Three of my school friends laughed as we sped by. In fact, Cosmo, one of my best friends, was laughing so much he tripped over a tree root. As he fell to the ground, I heard a sickening snapping sound. But it was not the tree root; it was Cosmo’s leg. Grandpa slammed on the brakes and jumped out to help. ‘Out of the way, I’m not here to play!’ shouted Grandpa to my friends. Suddenly, Grandpa shocked everyone by giving orders and organising everyone. ‘I need some strong sticks and some belts to support his leg!’ he shouted. Within a few minutes, Grandpa had Cosmo’s leg bound in a splint made of sticks and belts. ‘How are we going to get him to the hospital?’ Sofia asked. ‘It’s my intention to use my invention,’ Grandpa announced, as he helped Cosmo into the machine. ‘Help me load and we’ll get the show on the road.’ Then, he changed back to his other self and gave orders to the rest of us: ‘You’ll have to walk back. When you get home, call Cosmo’s parents and tell them to meet me at the hospital.’ I watched with pride as my Grandpa and Cosmo headed off with the washing machine agitator spinning and the 1 cow-mooing horn honking.

got things to do!’ Grandpa always ‘Come on, Mickala Maloo. We’ve to me every single day. managed to sing something funny your eyes,’ he said ‘I’ve got a surprise that’ll brighten garage that Grandpa the towards outside, as we walked room. invention called his see? to about I was earth What on There before me was my dear old grandpa, proudly sitting on the most hilarious machine I had ever seen. At the front was a washing machine agitator, spinning around faster than a tornado. Behind the agitator and a steering wheel sat

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D Mickala and Grandpa preparing to go for a walk.

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FOCUS CARDS

Ongoing assessment of comprehension

Writer’s Purpose

FOCUS

My Food Blog

Written by Carmel Reilly Hoit Illustrations by Richard

• Six copies of 36 different laminated Focus Cards

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My Food Blog

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Purpose Writer’s

I love food. Eating is one of my As all my blog readers know, year, I’ve started to cook, too. favourite pastimes! In the last watching Channel 75’s program Food To get some ideas, I’ve been reviewing the Halloween episode.The first cour Kids in the Kitchen. Today, I’m se listed on the menu was spag in blood sauc hetti with eyeb e. The second alls course was insec Set and props t cupcakes. the beginning. The set looked The spaghetti meal look This episode was great from ed disgusting runny, dark toma ly good. The dripping down the black walls. cooks made to sauce, whic gross, with green and red slime a h was just like as a vampire, and the other it on top of green spina blood. They piled One of the cooks was dressed ch spaghetti. Then , they added They held up a menu that rounds of white chee small se balls with one was dressed as a mummy. olives pressed make them look there were so many cobwebs into them to like ugly, goog was covered in cobwebs. In fact, ly eyeballs. it on it! Luckily, they read The written was what see insect cupcakes I could hardly were perfect for Halloween food dyes to aloud as well. . The cooks used colour the cake s and the icing weird colour . There were combinations lots of . They put liquo fruit on top to rice, chocolate make spiders, and beet les and flies. looked totally The cupcakes revolting. I could n’t wait to try one!

Rating

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Later, I cooked both recipes at home. The make and fun food was easy to eat. My fami to ly and I loved brother said them, although he couldn’t eat my the eyeballs. very much. In He’s never liked summary, I give olives the Halloween of five stars beca episode four use it was very out entertaining awfully delicious! and the food was

The cooks on the show got right

Springboard into Comprehension

1. This blog is written mostly to A tell readers how to cook some gross things. B persuade readers to taste food that looks awful. C provide a review of a cooking show. D describe a meal the writer had with her family.

into the spooky spirit of Halloween.

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• Vocabulary in Context – e.g. hilarious, agitator, intention. • Writer’s Purpose – to amuse the reader, as indicated by text clues including the narrative structure (orientatio n, complication, resolution), time and sequence words, figurative language, direct speech, and illustrations.

ANSWER KEY Assessment Task C

1. B

Option reasoning: A This answer is incorrect because it is a literal interpretation of the expression that does not capture the idiomatic meaning. B This answer is correct because it infers meaning from the idiomatic expression.

Option reasoning: A This answer is incorrect because the information is not contained in paragraph two. B This answer is incorrect because it is not supported by the text. C This answer is correct because it is a summary of the main action in the paragraph. D This answer is incorrect because it is not an accurate summary of ideas in the paragraph. 3. A 4. She thought it was the most hilarious machine she had ever seen. 5. B 6. A 7. B 5 16 11:2

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Cosmo was busy laughing at Grandpa’s machine. Grandpa slammed on the brakes.

2. C

16. Cosmo’s leg breaking 17. B

The agitator almost became invisible. He tripped over a tree root. The machine came to a sudden stop.

as he tripped over a tree

root.

18. C Option reasoning: A This answer is incorrect because it is an incorrect literal interpretation of an idiomatic expression. B This answer is incorrect because it is a misinterpreta tion of the word ‘show’ in an idiomatic expression. C This answer is correct because it interprets the word ‘show’ to mean taking Cosmo to hospital. D This answer is incorrect because it is an incorrect literal interpretation of an idiomatic expression. 19. A 20. C

8. D

21. He could be serious when he needed to be./He liked inventing things.

9. B

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10. B

23. D

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C This answer is an incorrect inference. D This answer is incorrect because interpretation of the expression. it is a literal

13. B

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LITERACY PROGRAMS

• Disc licence supplied for up to five devices; additional multi-user licences available

Signal words Key comprehension skills

Scope and sequence chart

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES AND SUPPORT Twelve A2 Posters are available in each box for handy classroom reference. Three posters summarise imaginative, informative and persuasive text structures and language features, and nine posters summarise each key comprehension skill.

Writer’s Purpose texts The purpose of imaginative is to entertain. texts The purpose of informative is to provide factual information.

can help Knowing the writer’s purpose the reader to understand the writer’s trying point of view and what they are to achieve. can be Clues to the writer’s purpose found in the title, headings, pictures, introduction and conclusion.

The writer’s purpose for this text

is The purpose of persuasive texts ts for to persuade by giving argumen or against an issue.

is to entertain by telling a narrative.

Writer’s Purpose

FOCUS

Fair Play?

The writer influences the reader’s attitude to the captain, who thinks Martin isn’t good enough to play soccer.

Written by Peter Millett

Imaginative (Narrative)

The writer uses emotive language to persuade the reader that Martin’s first soccer training session is not as much fun as he hoped it would be.

The writer hints that the coach is doubtful about Martin, too.

what will follow.

wasn’t going as well as he’d Martin’s first time at soccer training from his team were excluding him hoped. Some of the players on and passing drills. their one-on-one dribbling challenges right sport?’ the team’s captain, ‘Are you sure you’ve chosen the of a volleyball player?’ Philip, muttered. ‘Aren’t you more said. ‘Now I want to be a soccer ‘I was at my last school,’ Martin player.’ Philip muttered coldly. ‘You should have stuck to volleyball,’ joined the team for their first The following Saturday, Martin on The coach told Martin to wait interschool match of the season.

The orientation introduces the main character and sets the scene.

players wanted to volunteer. with my hands.’ ‘I will!’ Martin cried. ‘I’m a pro jersey and positioned Martin slipped on the goalkeeper’s

In the complication, the main character encounters a problem.

Emotive language shows the captain’s change of attitude.

the substitutes’ bench. half?’ Martin asked. ‘Can I come on during the first …’ the rest of the players. ‘Maybe The coach looked at Philip and

The writer wants the reader to feel Martin’s disappointment because the coach doesn’t really want Martin to play.

on the bench. At half-time, Martin was still half?’ Martin asked the coach. ‘Any chance I’ll be on for the next the team. Because this game ‘Listen, Martin, I’ve checked with best time for you to go on,’ replied is so close, it’s probably not the the coach. Martin’s head dropped. stopped abruptly when Philip Fifteen minutes later, the game was own goalkeeper. The goalkeeper accidentally collided with his to leave the field. badly winded, and needed assistance the coach cried. ‘Who’s going to switch into goal?’ the goalkeeper, none of the to After seeing what had happened

The writer uses the question mark to create a doubt in the reader about the fairness of

Hu Illustrations by Caroline

he said slowly. The resolution explains how the problem was resolved.

himself in front of the goal. stopped For the rest of the game, Martin the opposition strikers from getting anywhere near scoring a goal. ‘Awesome save!’ Philip cried, watching Martin make a brave, diving block. The game ended in a nil–all draw. Afterwards, Philip approached Martin. ‘I’m sorry about what I said to you at training. No sore feelings,

eh?’ he said. ‘Just a few sore points … like my back and my hip after making smiling. that crazy save!’ replied Martin, ‘Excellent,’ answered Philip, looking to the team!’ noticeably relieved. ‘Welcome

Fair Play?

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Posters

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Data Collection and Analysis Tools

Self-Reflection Reproducibles Self-Reflection Reproducibles allow students to monitor their own progress.

LITERACY PROGRAMS

COMPONENTS

Year 4

9781420237207

Year 5

9781420237214

Year 6

9781420237221

Each box contains:

36 x 6 copies of the Focus Cards

1 x Teacher Resource Book 1 x Disc

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3 x 20 copies of the Survey Cards

12 x A2 Posters

ABOUT THE TEACHER RESOURCE BOOK AUTHOR Kay Kovalevs has more than 40 years’ experience teaching Years 1 to 10 in city and country schools. She was an Early Literacy Inservice Course (ELIC) Tutor Trainer. As a co-author of First Steps (Education Department, Western Australia), she trained teachers in Australia and in the United States. Kay is a co-author of Springboard into Comprehension.

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Literacy Network MIDDLE–UPPER PRIMARY

Connect, plug in, switch on

Providing a balanced literacy experience is at the core of this outstanding series.

Literacy Network  |

Covering all strands in the Australian Curriculum: English, the NSW Syllabus and the Victorian Curriculum, Literacy Network enables teachers to plan, program and teach the middle–upper primary literacy block with ease. The focus is on students developing key comprehension skills and strategies while learning to read and compose a variety of text types. The series provides students with listening, reading, writing, speaking and viewing experiences with print, oral, digital and multimodal texts. The teaching/learning approach provides for:

• focused guided reading opportunities that support the development of skills and strategies • developing comprehension strategies to build literal and inferred meaning, and evaluate texts • opportunities to create texts and develop understanding of text structures • listening and speaking experiences that develop interaction skills and oral comprehension.

Interactive

Disc Audio

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Components Literacy Network provides a range of interrelated resources that develop essential skills and strategies covered in the curriculum. • Reading: Magazines, Topic Books and Critical Literacy Novels • Writing: Writing Workshop and Grammar & Conventions Discs • Speaking and Listening: Listening Post Discs

SPEAKING

READING

AND

GUIDED AND INDEPENDENT

Magazines and Topic Books

LISTENING Listening Post Discs LITERACY PROGRAMS

CRITICAL LITERACY Critical Literacy Boxes and Novels

TEACHER SUPPORT

WRITING GUIDED AND INDEPENDENT

Writing Workshop Discs

Teacher Resource Books

GRAMMAR |  Literacy Network

Grammar and Conventions Discs

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NETWORKING LANGUAGE

Interrelated resources help you create a balanced literacy program that meets the requirements of the curriculum.

LITERACY PROGRAMS

GRAMMAR GUIDED WRITING

WRITING WORKSHOP DISCS Providing stimulating digital content, the Writing Workshop discs contain a rich variety of texts. Activities focus on the elements of their structure. Each disc covers two genres and provides support for you to: • model the text structure, grammar and vocabulary • jointly construct texts with students • provide independent practice activities.

Literacy Network  |

A full site licence is included.

Interactive

Disc

GRAMMAR & CONVENTIONS DISCS

Interactive

Disc

Consolidating and practising language and text features is the focus of the Grammar and Conventions discs. For each skill there is: • a definition • an interactive example. Interactive activities and PDF worksheets provide consolidation. A full site licence is included.

CRITICAL LITERACY

CRITICAL LITERACY BOXES AND NOVELS SPEAKING & LISTENING

LISTENING POST DISCS Audio Developing listening skills and oral comprehension is the focus of the Listening Post Discs. Each disc provides: • audio tracks, reproduced in PDF format with activities • listening activities.

Developing critical literacy skills is a priority in middle–upper primary. The high-interest novels with supporting activities in the Critical Literacy Boxes assist students to develop these skills via analysis and response to fiction. Each box contains: • 60 Novels (6x 10 Novels) • 6x copies of each Activity Card • Answer Cards. The novels are also available individually.

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TEACHING–LEARNING PATHWAY Built around engaging topics to capture student interest, all the resources in Literacy Network are interlinked but can stand independently.

STEP 1:

GUIDED READING The vibrant, high-interest magazines contain a variety of short texts that are ideal for guided reading. Focusing on a theme related to the curriculum, each magazine can be used to explicitly develop reading skills and strategies, and to develop an understanding of types of text. Full of stimulating factual texts and engaging fiction, the magazines offer diverse reading experiences that will appeal to a wide range of students. Assessment ideas are embedded in the comprehensive Teacher Resource Book.

STEP 2:

FOCUSING on COMPREHENSION Each magazine focuses on developing skills in two key comprehension modes. In this phase the comprehension skill/s introduced in Step 1 are targeted with the explicit aim of developing understanding and mastering strategies.

LITERACY PROGRAMS

RESOURCES: Magazines • Teacher Resource Books

Throughout Literacy Network, all key comprehension strategies are explicitly taught. RESOURCES: Magazines • Teacher Resource Books • Listening Post Discs

|  Literacy Network

STEP 3:

APPLYING the READING SKILLS and STRATEGIES Extra practice to consolidate reading strategies, comprehension skills and understanding of text is provided via stimulating fact and fiction books. Based on the same topics as the magazines, these books are ideal for both group work and individual reading. RESOURCES: Topic Books (3 related to each Magazine) • Teacher Resource Books

TEACHER RESOURCE BOOKS A comprehensive yet flexible teaching framework for reading, writing, listening and critical literacy is outlined in the Teacher Resource Books. Activities for each component and assessment worksheet are provided.

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LITERACY NETWORK MIDDLE PRIMARY READING AGE 9.5–11.5 YEARS

READING READING AGE

MAGAZINES

TOPIC BOOKS

MAGAZINES

TOPIC 1: BEASTS AND MONSTERS

TOPIC BOOKS

TOPIC 2: ON THE CUTTING EDGE

9.5– 10.5 YRS

L I T E R A C Y

Robots are no longer just a figment of the imagination. Today, robots are used for many purposes, from entertainment to industrial work and everyday chores. Robots now replace humans in their many roles. Take a journey into the land of robots as they work and play in this fun and informative book.

ISBN 978-1-4202-7558-2

9 781420 275582

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LITERACY PROGRAMS

9781420275841

9781420275551

9781420275544

9781420275537

TOPIC 3: LIFE ON THE HIGH SEAS

9781420275858

9781420275575

11/5/09 1:23:41 PM

9781420275568

9781420275582

9781420275629

9781420275636

TOPIC 4: TO THE RESCUE

10.5– 11.5 YRS

9781420275865

9781420275612

9781420275605

9781420275599

9781420275872

9781420275643

SUPPORT & RESOURCES

CRITICAL LITERACY BOXES/NOVELS

Literacy Network  |

NOVELS

9781420273410

6 x 10 Novels, Teacher Notes, Activity Cards & Answer Cards

9781420277548

9781420273403

9781420273397

9781420273427

9781420273465

9781420273434

9781420273564

9781420273458

ACTIVITY CARDS

ANSWER CARDS

x 10 9781420220667

x 10 9781420220650

9781420273441

9781420273571

WRITING WORKSHOP DISCS Disc 1: Narratives PRISITELIC005

Interactive

Disc

Disc 2: Information Reports

PRISITELIC006

Disc 3: Recounts & Poetry PRISITELIC007 Disc 4: Procedures, Explanations & Arguments PRISITELIC008 Each disc

Includes full site licence.

Activities

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READING MAGAZINES

READING AGE

TOPIC BOOKS

MAGAZINES

TOPIC 5: STRANGE AND UNUSUAL

TOPIC BOOKS

TOPIC 6: ASTONISHING ADVENTURES

9.5– 10.5 YRS

9781420290455

9781420290554

9781420290547

9781420290530

9781420290561

9781420290578

9781420290585

TOPIC 8: ACCIDENTAL INVENTIONS AND DISCOVERIES

10.5– 11.5 YRS

9781420290479

9781420290592

9781420290615

9781420290608

9781420290486

9781420290622

9781420290646

9781420290639

SUPPORT & RESOURCES

GRAMMAR & CONVENTIONS DISCS

LITERACY PROGRAMS

TOPIC 7: EXTREME SPORTS

9781420290462

TEACHER RESOURCE BOOKS Topics 1–4

9781420277005

9781420277029

Includes full site licence.

Topics 5–8

9781420290882

Activities

|  Literacy Network

LISTENING POST DISCS Topics 1–4

9781420276312

Activities & Teacher Notes

Topics 5–8

9781420281668

Audio

Activities & Teacher Notes

Audio

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LITERACY NETWORK UPPER PRIMARY READING AGE 11.5–12.5+ YEARS

READING READING AGE

MAGAZINES

TOPIC BOOKS

MAGAZINES

TOPIC 1: BODY IN MOTION

TOPIC BOOKS

TOPIC 2: IS THERE ANYONE OUT THERE?

11.5– 12.5 YRS

LITERACY PROGRAMS

9781420275896

9781420275698

9781420275681

9781420275704

TOPIC 3: FORENSIC SCIENCE

9781420275889

9781420275674

9781420275650

9781420275667

TOPIC 4: A CONTINENT OF ICE AND SNOW

12+ YRS

9781420275902

9781420275728

9781420275711

9781420275735

9781420275919

9781420275766

9781420275742

9781420275759

SUPPORT & RESOURCES

CRITICAL LITERACY BOXES/NOVELS

Literacy Network  |

NOVELS

9781420273557

6x 10 Novels, Teacher Notes, Activity Cards & Answer Cards 9781420277555

9781420273502

9781420273519

9781420273540

9781420273489

9781420273533

9781420273472

9781420273588

ACTIVITY CARDS

ANSWER CARDS

x10 9781420220674

x10 9781420220681

9781420273526

9781420273496

WRITING WORKSHOP DISCS Disc 1: Narratives PRISITELIC013

Interactive

Disc

Disc 2: Presenting Information PRISITELIC014

Disc 3: Everyday Texts & Points of View PRISITELIC015

Disc 4: Newspaper Texts & Poetry PRISITELIC016 Includes full site licence.

Activities

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READING MAGAZINES

READING AGE

TOPIC BOOKS

MAGAZINES

TOPIC 5: NATURAL DISASTERS

TOPIC BOOKS

TOPIC 6: UNDERCOVER

11.5– 12.5 YRS

9781420290493

9781420290653

9781420290660

9781420290677

9781420290684

9781420290707

9781420290691

TOPIC 8: HEROES AND HEROINES

12+ YRS

9781420290516

9781420290721

9781420290714

9781420290738

9781420290523

9781420290752

9781420290769

9781420290745

SUPPORT & RESOURCES

GRAMMAR & CONVENTIONS DISCS

LITERACY PROGRAMS

TOPIC 7: THAT’S UNBELIEVABLE

9781420290509

TEACHER RESOURCE BOOKS Topics 1–4

9781420277012

9781420277050

Topics 5–8

Includes full site licence.

9781420290899

Activities

|  Literacy Network

LISTENING POST DISCS Topics 1–4

9781420276343

Activities & Teacher Notes

Topics 5–8

9781420281699

Audio

Activities & Teacher Notes

Audio

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eBook iPad IWB

Mac Australia Topics CLASSROOM READING

ALL PRIMARY

Covering popular topics in the humanities area, Mac Australia Topics combines powerful visual literacy elements with engaging text matched to students’ reading abilities. The Student Books: • stimulate students to explore important social issues • are ideal for teaching effective nonfiction reading and writing strategies • are levelled to Reading Recovery criteria at lower levels and middle–upper books have broadband stages • provide a focus on contemporary issues to promote independent thinking • include visual literacy elements such as timelines, graphs, charts, maps and flowcharts • provide Inquiry Learning key questions and the topic’s main points/ideas. eBOOKS ON DISC All Mac Australia Topics titles are now available as eBooks on discs (PDF format), with accompanying Teacher Resource eBooks.

Mac Australia Topics  |

They can be used on a variety of devices including IWBs, computers and tablets for: • teaching nonfiction reading and writing strategies • integrating into the humanities curriculum • independent student interest reading or research and more. A full site licence is included.

Nonfiction Books for Guided Reading, Writing and Inquiry

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LOWER PRIMARY • READING AGE 5.5–7+ YEARS

KEY:

• 24 Books

RL • Reading Level

INFORMATION REPORT

CIVICS & CITIZENSHIP

RL12 9781420290370

RL12 9781420290387

RL12 9781420278620

RL12 9781420278606

CULTURES

RL12 9781420276428

RL 20 9781420290394

RL 20 9781420290400

RL 20 9781420278613

RL 20 9781420276220

RL 20 9781420276237

ENVIRONMENTS

RL12 9781420276411

RL 20 9781420276442

RL 20 9781420276435

HISTORY

RL12 9781420276206

RL12 9781420276213

SOCIAL SYSTEMS & STRUCTURES

RL12 9781420278385

RL 20 9781420278378

RL 20 9781420278392

RL12 9781420278484

MIDDLE PRIMARY • READING AGE 8.5–10+ YEARS

RL12 9781420278507

RL 20 9781420278491

CLASSROOM READING

RL12 9781420278361

RL 20 9781420278637

RL 20 9781420278514

• 24 Books

INFORMATION REPORT

CIVICS & CITIZENSHIP

9781420290431

9781420290424

9781420290448

9781420290417

CULTURES

9781420278668

9781420278675

9781420276251

9781420276275

ENVIRONMENTS

9781420276466

9781420276473

9781420276480

HISTORY

9781420278415

9781420278651

9781420276244

9781420276268

|  Mac Australia Topics

9781420276459

9781420278644

SOCIAL SYSTEMS & STRUCTURES

9781420278422

9781420278439

9781420278408

9781420278545

9781420278521

9781420278538

9781420278552

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UPPER PRIMARY • READING AGE 9.5–12 YEARS

• 20 Books

INFORMATION REPORT

CIVICS & CITIZENSHIP

9781420278699

9781420278682

9781420278705

9781420278712

CULTURES

CLASSROOM READING

9781420276497

ENVIRONMENTS

9781420276503

9781420276510

9781420276527

HISTORY

9781420278477

9781420276282

9781420276404

9781420276299

9781420276305

SOCIAL SYSTEMS & STRUCTURES

9781420278446

9781420278460

eBOOKS ON DISC Lower (24 eBooks) • 9781458647894 Middle (24 eBooks) • 9781458647900 Upper (20 eBooks) • 9781458647917

9781420278453

9781420278569

9781420278576

9781420278583

9781420278590

eBook iPad IWB

Mac Australia Topics  |

TEACHER SUPPORT Each topic is supported by a Teacher Resource Book for lower, middle and upper primary stages. They provide guided reading and writing notes for many titles, with supporting worksheets, followed by an Inquiry Learning unit of work based on the ‘big ideas’ and key questions of the topic.

LOWER PRIMARY: Cultures & Environments • 9781420278736 Civics & Citizenship, History, Social Systems & Structures

• 9781420278767

MIDDLE PRIMARY: Cultures & Environments • 9781420278743 Civics & Citizenship, History, Social Systems & Structures

• 9781420278774

UPPER PRIMARY: Cultures & Environments • 9781420278750 Civics & Citizenship, History, Social Systems & Structures

• 9781420278781

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Learn-Abouts LOWER PRIMARY

CLASSROOM READING

There’s no better way to teach nonfiction skills in lower primary classrooms. Written from a child’s perspective, Learn-Abouts uses informative topics, engaging photos and interesting visual literacy features to captivate young students’ minds. Developed with beginner readers’ needs in focus, the books are levelled to Reading Recovery criteria, offering support and gradual challenges to students whilst also assisting with class planning. The child-centred topics enable teachers to integrate Learn-Abouts into science and humanities teaching.

TEACHER SUPPORT The supporting Teacher Notes provide: • vocabulary activities • comprehension activities • reading and writing skills • photocopiable sheets.

Free Teacher Notes available from www.macmillaneducation.com.au/primary

| Learn-Abouts

Bugs and Beetles • 9781420207064

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LEARN-ABOUTS READING LEVELS 1–8 64 Books READING LEVEL

HISTORY/

GEOGRAPHY

CULTURE

ECONOMICS/

GOVERNMENT/

EARTH/

TECHNOLOGY

AUTHORITY

SPACE

ENERGY

LIFE SCIENCE

MATTER

1 9780732993573

9780732993580

9780732993597

9780732993603

9780732993610

9780732993627

9780732993634

9780732993641

9780732993658

9780732993665

9780732993672

9780732993689

9780732993696

9780732993702

9780732993719

9780732993887

9780732993726

9780732993733

9780732993740

9780732993757

9780732993764

9780732993771

9780732993788

9780732993795

9780732993801

9780732993818

9780732993825

9780732993832

9780732993849

9780732993856

9780732993863

9780732993870

9780732993894

9780732993900

9780732993924

9780732993917

9780732993931

9780732993948

9780732993955

9780732993962

9780732993979

9780732993986

9780732993993

9780732994006

9780732994013

9780732994020

9780732994037

9780732994044

9780732994839

9780732994846

9780732994938

9780732994860

9780732994877

9780732994969

9780732994976

9780732994983

9780732994914

9780732994921

9780732994853

9780732994945

9780732994952

9780732994884

9780732994891

9780732994907

CLASSROOM READING

2

3

4

5

Learn-Abouts  |

6

7

8

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LEARN-ABOUTS

READING LEVELS 9–16 64 Books

READING LEVEL

HISTORY/ CULTURE

GEOGRAPHY

ECONOMICS/ TECHNOLOGY

GOVERNMENT/ AUTHORITY

EARTH/ SPACE

ENERGY

LIFE SCIENCE

MATTER

9781420206739

9781420206746

9781420206760

9781420206777

9781420206784

9781420206791

9781420206807

9781420206814

9781420206869

9781420206876

9781420206883

9781420206890

9781420206906

9781420206913

9781420206920

9781420206968

9781420207002

9781420207019

9781420207026

9781420207033

9781420207040

9781420207057

9781420207064

9781420207071

9781420207118

9781420207125

9781420207132

9781420207149

9781420207156

9781420207163

9781420207187

9781420207194

9781420207231

9781420207248

9781420207255

9781420207262

9781420207279

9781420207286

9781420207293

9781420207309

9781420207347

9781420207354

9781420207361

9781420207378

9781420207385

9781420207392

9781420207408

9781420207415

9781420207453

9781420207460

9781420207477

9781420207484

9781420207491

9781420207507

9781420207514

9781420207521

9781420207569

9781420207576

9781420207583

9781420207606

9781420207613

9781420207620

9781420207637

9781420207644

9

10

12

CLASSROOM READING

11

13

14 | Learn-Abouts

15

16

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Digital IWB

Team Reads

NEW

FOUNDATION–YEAR 3

A sports-focussed, levelled literacy series that engages even the most reluctant readers.

CLASSROOM READING

Through a mix of imaginative, informative and persuasive types of texts, Team Reads features seven popular team sports: cricket, soccer, rugby union, rugby league, netball, basketball and Australian rules football. High-interest content and visuals draw students into the text and encourage readers of all abilities to develop their literacy skills. The resources can be used for modelled, shared or guided reading and complement existing literacy programs. The books are also ideal to be used as take-home readers, with supporting reading notes for carers, allowing for a home–school connection. The Teacher Resource Book includes comprehensive support activities that focus on language features, comprehension and writing. A Scope and Sequence chart, curriculum correlations and assessment tools and activities are also provided. The Digital Resource Disc offers: • teacher notes and student activities to utilise the student texts, eBooks and audiobooks • printable reproducibles • PDF eBooks for each student book, compatible with IWBs, computers and tablets • audio books for each student book, to develop listening skills.

Team Reads Teacher Resource Book and Digital Resource Disc 9781420237665

Disc includes a full site licence.

Team Reads  |

High-interest content and visuals showcase topics including health and wellbeing, values, diversity, and physical education/sports literacy.

Helpful notes for parents/carers are included on the inside cover of each student book, allowing for a home–school connection.

A ‘Try this activity’ included on the inside back cover of each student book provides opportunities for students to extend their understandings of the text.

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LEVELS 1–8 • READING AGE 5–6 YEARS • 16pp

9781420237580 RL 1 Factual Description

9781420237597 RL 2 Factual Description

9781420237603 RL 3 Factual Description

9781420237887 RL 4 Factual Description

9781420237894 RL 5 Narrative

9781420237900 RL 6 Procedure

9781420237917 RL 7 Information Report

9781420237924 RL 8 Literary Recount

LEVELS 9–16 • READING AGE 6–7 YEARS • 16pp

9781420237948 RL 10 Narrative

9781420237955 RL 11 Narrative

9781420237870 RL 12 Factual Description

9781420237863 RL 13 Narrative

9781420237856 RL 14 Information Report

9781420237849 RL 15 Information Report

9781420237832 RL 16 Factual Recount

CLASSROOM READING

9781420237931 RL 9 Literary Recount

LEVELS 17–24 • READING AGE 7–8 YEARS • 24pp

9781420237818 RL 18 Procedure

9781420237801 RL 19 Literary Recount

9781420237795 RL 20 Factual Recount

9781420237788 RL 21 Narrative

9781420237771 RL 22 Explanation

9781420237764 RL 23 Information Report

9781420237757 RL 24 Exposition

|  Team Reads

9781420237825 RL 17 Information Report

LEVELS 25–30+ • READING AGE 8–9 YEARS • 24pp

9781420237740 RL 25 Information Report

9781420237733 RL 26 Procedure

9781420237726 RL 27 Factual Recount

9781420237719 RL 28 Factual Description

9781420237702 RL 29 Narrative

9781420237696 RL 30 Factual Recount

9781420237689 RL 30+ Information Report

9781420237672 RL 30+ Discussion

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BOLDPRINT KIDS

Graphic Readers LOWER–MIDDLE PRIMARY

Graphically engaging levelled texts, perfect for early literacy instruction. Boldprint Kids Graphic Readers allow readers to interact with the popular and motivating graphic novel format, and offer teachers the opportunity to easily integrate these fun and functional books into their existing literacy program.

CLASSROOM READING

Each book features an exciting topic that students will love, for example, surfing, animals, spies, skateboarding and more! Additionally, this series offers: • levelled graphic readers for guided reading • texts perfect for literacy instruction – gradually introducing readers to the features and conventions of graphic texts • writing, oral literacy and cross-curricula activities • stunning illustrations and high-impact visuals in each book, designed to engage all students, including struggling and reluctant readers • a variety of genres, including mystery, adventure and legends.

TEACHER RESOURCE BOOK 76 PAGES, FULL-COLOUR

This comprehensive resource includes 28 response activities that promote shared, guided and independent reading, with accompanying photocopiables to support the activities.

Boldprint Kids Graphic Readers  |

Learning to Read with Graphic Power Teacher Resource Book 9781486900886

LEVELLING METHODOLOGY This series is levelled using an extensive list of criteria, designed around the graphic novel format and scaffolded to suit a range of reading abilities within each year level.

YEAR 3: LEVELS N–R, 24pp • READING AGE 8–9 YEARS

• Chaptered books with table of contents, more detailed

introductory page with characters, and short introduction

• ‘Did You Know?’ fact bubbles in some titles • Some pages with 3+ panels

YEAR 1: LEVELS C–H, 16pp • READING AGE 6–7 YEARS

• Intro page includes characters and short blurb • Thought bubbles and jagged speech bubbles introduced where applicable

• Traditional graphic-story captions (narration boxes) and overlapping panels introduced

• Mostly 1–2 panels per page (at Levels G–H, some pages have 3 panels)

• Words in bold or larger font for emphasis; more

frequent use of environmental language and sound effects

YEAR 2: LEVELS I–M, 16pp • READING AGE 7–8.5 YEARS

• More complicated layouts with mostly 1–3 panels per page • Some words in all caps

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YEAR 1 • LEVELS C–H 16pp • READING AGE 6–7 YEARS

Level C

Level C

Level D

Level D

Level E

Level E

Level F

Level F

Level G

Level G

Level H

Level H

Level H

Level E

CLASSROOM READING

Level C

YEAR 2 • LEVELS I–M 16pp • READING AGE 7–8.5 YEARS

Level I

Level I

Level I

Level J

Level J

Level J

Level K

Level K

Level L

Level L

Level L

Level M

Level M

Level M

Level K

|  Boldprint Kids Graphic Readers

YEAR 3 • LEVELS N–R 24pp • READING AGE 8–9 YEARS

Level N

Level N

Level N

Level O

Level O

Level O

Level P

Level P

Level Q

Level Q

Level Q

Level R

Level R

Level R

Level P

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My Phonics Readers CLASSROOM READING

LOWER PRIMARY

A fun and simple way for new readers to master the sounds of the alphabet. Controlled vocabulary and engaging text help lower-primary students understand how letters and letter patterns represent the sound of spoken language. Each book focuses on one letter and tells a simple and entertaining story that highlights its supporting sound. The colourful, supporting illustrations entice young readers and provide clues to the simple words on the page.

FEATURES INCLUDE:

My Phonics Readers  |

• notes for teachers and carers • fun facts and activity page • further learning suggestions • listed feature words • information about the authors.

Fun Facts and Activity page

Feature Words

Sound: Hard G

SOUNDS Long A Short A B Hard C Soft C D Long E Short E F Hard G Soft G H Long I Short I J K L

M N Long O Short O P Q R S T Long U Short U V W X Y Z

Gavin gets to Gary’s house. He opens the gate to get to the door.

10

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Sound: Short A

Sound: Long O

Sound introduction page

CLASSROOM READING

Entertaining stories that highlight the supporting sound

Sound: Short A

Sound: B

Sound: Hard C

Sound: Soft C

Sound: D

Sound: Long E

Sound: Short E

Sound: F

Sound: Hard G

Sound: Soft G

Sound: H

Sound: Long I

Sound: Short I

Sound: J

Sound: K

Sound: L

Sound: M

Sound: N

Sound: Long O

Sound: Short O

Sound: P

Sound: Q

Sound: R

Sound: S

Sound: T

Sound: Long U

Sound: Short U

Sound: V

Sound: W

Sound: X

Sound: Y

Sound: Z

|  My Phonics Readers

Sound: Long A

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Red Rhino Readers

NEW FICTION PACK GREAT FOR THE LIBRARY

HIGH INTEREST–LOW READING ABILITY

MIDDLE–UPPER PRIMARY

Short texts designed to engage struggling readers. No longer will struggling readers have to read material junior to their maturity and interests. Finely levelled to suit struggling readers, these high-interest fiction texts feature simple sentence structures and controlled vocabulary. The edgy, sophisticated designs and relevant content in each nonfiction and fiction series appeals to middle–upper primary students, thereby fostering reading confidence and, in turn, leading to increased self-esteem.

FICTION PACK 1 & 2 Science fiction, sports, paranormal, realistic life, historical fiction and fantasy are just a few of the many genres covered in these fiction titles. A ‘meet the characters’ feature introduces each story’s main character. All characters are age-appropriate and come from diverse cultures and backgrounds. Illustrations on every spread support visual literacy and draw struggling readers into the text.

NONFICTION PACK 1 This series features high-interest topics in every content area. Visually appealing full-colour photographs and illustrations, fun facts and short chapters keep emerging readers focused.

Red Rhino Readers  |

These books include pre-reading comprehension questions and a 20-word glossary for comprehension support.

LEVELLING METHODOLOGY: LEXILE LEVELLED

100L

Lexile® Measures is a proprietary levelling system. The Lexile measure is shown as a number with an ‘L’ after it — 280L is 280 Lexile. Higher Lexile measures represent a higher level of reading ability. A Lexile reader measure can range from below 200L for emergent readers to above 1600L for advanced readers. The titles in the Red Rhino Readers series range between 10L and 210L. This range aligns with Foundation, Year 1 and Year 2 reading levels; and it also aligns with Reading Recovery levelling criteria, approximately levels 8–14.

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FICTION PACK 1  •  Each book approx. 68 pages

Fantasy/Gaming Lexile Level: 90

Fantasy/Fun Lexile Level: 100

WWII/The Elderly Lexile Level: 140

Adventure/Community Lexile Level: 150

Physical Handicap/Guilt Lexile Level: 160

Time Travel/Music Lexile Level: 160

Mystery/Family Lexile Level: 160

Sports/Competition Lexile Level: 170

Suspense/Imagination Lexile Level: 170

Science Fiction/ Teamwork Lexile Level: 180

Bullying/Morals Lexile Level: 200

HIGH INTEREST–LOW READING ABILITY

NEW

Paranormal/Cancer Lexile Level: 10

FICTION PACK 2 • Each book approx. 68 pages

Fantasy/Optimism Lexile Level: 90

Fantasy/Gaming Lexile Level: 100

Science Fiction/ Helping Others Lexile Level: 100

Suspense/Cooperation Lexile Level: 110

Fantasy/Family Lexile Level: 130

Courage/ Family Bonds Lexile Level: 160

Technology/ Friendship Lexile Level: 160

Reality TV/ Family Life Lexile Level: 170

Friendship/Pets Lexile Level: 190

Nature/Trust Lexile Level: 190

Acceptance/Heroism Lexile Level: 200

Lexile Level: 110

Lexile Level: 120

|  Red Rhino Readers

Science Fiction/Grief Lexile Level: 80

NONFICTION PACK 1 •  Each book approx. 60 pages

Lexile Level: 50

Lexile Level: 70

Lexile Level: 100

Lexile Level: 100

Full colour

Lexile Level: 140

Lexile Level: 150

Lexile Level: 180

Lexile Level: 210

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Classic Levelled Tales GREAT FOR THE LIBRARY

LITERATURE

LOWER PRIMARY • NARRATIVES

These precisely levelled and beloved classic tales engage lower-primary students with a variety of classic text genres and illustrations of varying styles. Classic Levelled Tales includes genres such as fairytales, ‘trickster’ tales, folktales and legends. This provides teachers with the opportunity to introduce and explore genres across a range of text complexities and helps students identify and compare language features of classic genres.

EACH BOOK INCLUDES: • picture prompts, which introduce the genre with emphasis on oral language • a before-reading feature, which introduces story elements and builds oral vocabulary • an after-reading feature, which reinforces comprehension.

EACH PACK INCLUDES:

Classic Levelled Tales  |

• a comprehensive teacher’s guide, which includes notes on genre, questioning, vocabulary, phonics and writing ideas • a comprehension card to scaffold comprehension skills and strategies across ability levels • six copies of one title to use in guided reading and literacy groups.

LEVELLING METHODOLOGY: LEXILE LEVELLED

230L

Levelling information for titles includes Lexile® Measures, letter level and number level (according to Reading Recovery criteria). Lexile® Measures is a proprietary levelling system. The Lexile measure is shown as a number with an ‘L’ after it — 280L is 280 Lexile. Higher Lexile measures represent a higher level of reading ability. A Lexile reader measure can range from below 200L for emergent readers to above 1600L for advanced readers. The titles in the Classic Levelled Tales series range from BR (Beginning Reader) to 500L. This range aligns with Foundation, Year 1 and Year 2 reading levels; and it also aligns with Reading Recovery levelling criteria, approximately levels 1–24.

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500L

Students will be captivated by these beloved classic tales

390L

230L

LITERATURE

FOUNDATION • 16pp

60L/A/1 9781458651358

BR/B/2 9781458651365

60L/B/2 9781458651372

230L/D/6 9781458651389

270L/D/6 9781458651396

450L/H/14 9781458651433

320L/H/14 9781458651440

390L/I/15 9781458651457

340L/K/20 9781458651495

350L/K/20 9781458651501

500L/L/24 9781458651518

110L/E/8 9781458651402

YEAR 1 • 16pp

200L/G/12 9781458651426

|  Classic Levelled Tales

250L/F/10 9781458651419

500L/I/16 9781846807275

YEAR 2 • 16pp/20pp

430L/J/18 9781458651471

200L/J/18 9781458651488

410L/M/28 9781458651525

ISBNs refer to packs of 6.

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Macmillan

Classic Literature LITERATURE

MIDDLE–UPPER PRIMARY

eBook iPad

Differentiated texts for the literacy classroom Each of these unique boxes contain extracts from 15 classic texts. Each extract is provided at three different reading levels, enabling readers of diverse abilities to engage with appropriately levelled texts. Supporting the literature strand of the Australian Curriculum, the NSW Syllabus and the Victorian Curriculum, the extracts provide exposure to a wide range of literary genres – adventure, fantasy, poetry and more. The powerful extracts are from selected classic literature texts across a range of cultures and times including A Little Princess, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and Midas and the Golden Touch. The cards are ideal for whole-class or small group teaching, with each extract having a specific skill focus such as language, setting, characters or plot. Activity prompts related to the skill focus are provided on the reverse page.

Macmillan Classic Literature  |

Each box contains: • 15 extracts, in three reading stage versions, with four copies of each version – a total of 180 cards • a Teacher Resource Book containing an overview of each text, activities and worksheets • a disc containing PDF files for the student cards, Teacher Resource Book and worksheets.

TEACHING SUPPORT Teaching support includes curriculum alignment, differentiated activities and worksheets for each extract. PDFs for the student cards, Teacher Resource Book and worksheets are ideal for use with interactive whiteboards, computers and devices. A full site licence is included.

Middle Primary Box • 9781458648914 Upper Primary Box • 9781458648921

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Middle Primary box Upper Primary box

LITERATURE

EACH BOX CONTAINS:

Student cards Middle Primary extract (front of card) Teacher Resource Book

|  Macmillan Classic Literature

(back of card) Bonus CD

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AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL STORIES

eBook iPad

TEACHING & LEARNING PACK

GREAT FOR THE LIBRARY

Pack comes with print and digital books and teacher support

MIDDLE–UPPER PRIMARY

Authors: Alex Barlow and Marji Hill

LITERATURE

These seven Creation stories reflect the beliefs and customs of a range of Aboriginal groups. Supporting the literature strand of the Australian Curriculum: English, each wonderfully told narrative is beautifully illustrated by a highly regarded Indigenous Australian artist.

(Pack of 5) 9781420231670

(Pack of 5) 9781420232035

(Pack of 5) 9781458695550

(Pack of 5) 9781420231663

(Pack of 5) 9781420296556

(Pack of 5) 9781420232028

The series also addresses the cross-curriculum priority of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures. Ideal for independent, group or whole-class use.

TEACHING GUIDE This practical guide includes discussion questions, activities and worksheets, providing an effective springboard to Indigenous Australian cultures.

Australian Aboriginal Stories  |

The Teaching and Learning Pack provides: • one print version of each title • a Teaching Guide • a disc containing PDF versions of each book, and Teaching Guide. 9781458646910

(Pack of 5) 9781420296549

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NEW Reading Bees TAKE-HOME PACKS

FOUNDATION–YEAR 3 • READING LEVELS 1–30 Reading Bees Take–Home Packs provide books for every child in your classroom with a new title every night. Each pack contains a variety of fiction and nonfiction titles. These cost-effective resources support the home–school connection and include notes for parents and carers on the inside covers.

TAKE–HOME READING

Reading Bees Take–Home Packs: • have a range of fiction and nonfiction titles • include levelled texts from 1–30, (aligned to Reading Recovery criteria) • include notes for parents and carers. TAKE–HOME PACKS Year F/K Year 1 Year 2 Year 3

•  Reading Levels 1–8, •  Reading Levels 9–16 •  Reading Levels 17–23 •  Reading Levels 24–30

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READING BEETLE BOXES READING LEVELS 1–29

... full of books that never stay in their box! Young readers will be spoilt for choice when picking their next take-home reading book from these boxes. With 40 books in each box – up to eight titles for any given reading level – there is something to inspire every kid to ‘read tonight’. FEATURES INCLUDE:

TAKE–HOME READING

• strong focus on phonics and vocabulary provided in the worksheets supporting each book • engaging illustrations and interesting stories to encourage students to read • photocopiable ‘book borrowing chart’ in each box to track students’ borrowing • helpful parent notes to support reading at home.

Box 1 • 9781420299205 (Reading Levels 1–5, 40 books, 8 books at each reading level)

Box 2 • 9781420299212 (Reading Levels 6–13, 40 books, 5 books at each reading level)

Box 3 • 9781420299229 (Reading Levels 14–21, 40 books, 5 books at each reading level)

Box 4 • 9781420299236 (Reading Levels 22–29, 40 books, 5 books at each reading level)

TAKE-HOME READING BOXES READING LEVELS 1–26

All junior primary students will love these fabulous take-home reading resources. These colourful, carefully levelled books will engage young readers. Each box covers a range of reading levels, ensuring students can self-select titles at a level appropriate to their needs. Containing a variety of fiction and nonfiction, the titles in each box cover a diverse range of writing and illustration styles, visual literacy elements and text types. EXTRA SUPPORT Designed to support the home–school relationship, each book: • includes helpful parent notes • has a worksheet focused on phonics.

Box 1 • 9781420271904 (Reading Levels 1–6, 30 books, 5 books at each reading level)

Box 2 • 9781420272215 (Reading Levels 7–12, 30 books, 5 books at each reading level)

Box 3 • 9781420272550 (Reading Levels 13–26, 47 books, 3–4 books at each reading level)

READING BUG BOXES READING LEVELS 1–30

... a must for every junior classroom. Each box contains a variety of fact and fiction take-home books from different reading levels – ensuring all kids have a book they want to read every night.

Box 1 • 9781420214208

Supporting the home–school relationship, a letter on the inside of each book shares reading tips with parents/carers.

Box 2 • 9781420214260

TEACHER SUPPORT

Box 3 • 9781420214321

The boxes come with: • an accompanying worksheet for each title, with exercises to help reinforce literacy skills • a take-home sheet for parents to sign • a certificate of completion.

(Reading Levels 1–8, 64 books, 8 books at each reading level) (Reading Levels 9–16, 64 books, 8 books at each reading level) (Reading Levels 17–23, 56 books, 8 books at each reading level)

Box 4 • 9781420264159 (Reading Levels 24–30, 56 books, 8 books at each reading level)

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READING BEETLE BOXES

TAKE–HOME READING

TAKE-HOME READING BOXES

READING BUG BOXES

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Story Cards LOWER–MIDDLE PRIMARY

These beautifully illustrated cards can be used for creative storytelling across all primary years.  The cards are based on the Kamishibai tradition of street storytelling.

SPEAKING AND LISTENING

Each pack consists of 12 A3 story cards featuring inviting illustrations on one side and the text on the other. This format allows you to engage your class with stunning images and exciting tales while stimulating literacy skills across all abilities. Each pack is supported by Teacher Notes and photocopiable activities.

9781846807312

9781846807305

9781846807336

9781846807343

9781846807299

9781846807329

9781846807350

9781846807275

Connect: Oral Literacy

9781846807282

Interactive

eBook iPad Disc IWB Audiovisual

FOR READING AND WRITING FOUNDATION–YEAR 3

Oral literacy skills provide the crucial foundation for developing reading and writing skills. Connect: Oral Literacy for Reading and Writing provides rich resources to build students’ oral literacy skills in meaningful and engaging ways. The components help create a rich language-learning environment with multiple opportunities for the development of oral interaction. THE SERIES INCLUDES: • 2 Big Books • Instructional Strategies Cards Boxes • 2 Discs – 60 Interactive eBooks. See pages 14–15 for more information.

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Stories from

IWB Audiovisual

Around the World ALL PRIMARY

Meeting the speaking and listening components of the curriculum, these engaging discs feature professional storytellers reciting a variety of traditional stories from different cultures. Stories such as The Gingerbread Man, Tiddalik the Frog and The King’s New Garden are included. Story notes and activities are provided for each story. Use the discs to engage with oral texts, encourage discussion and develop oral literacy skills.

SPEAKING AND LISTENING

Lower Primary • 9781458647955 Middle Primary • 9781458647962 Upper Primary • 9781458647979

View our new

Oral Literacy Digital Presentation https://vimeo.com/178143145

1, 2, 3, 4, 5,

eBook iPad IWB One, two, three, four, five, Once I caught a fish alive. Six, seven, eight, nine, ten, Then I let it go again. Why did you let it go? Because it bit my finger so. Which finger did it bite? This little finger on the right.

10

Interactive

eBook Disc Audiovisual

One, two, three, four, five, Once I caught a crab alive. Six, seven, eight, nine, ten, Then I let it go again. Why did you let it go? Because it bit my finger so. Which finger did it bite? This little finger on the right. One, two, three, four, five, Once I caught an eel alive. Six, seven, eight, nine, ten, Then I let it go again. Why did you let it go? Because it bit my finger so. Which finger did it bite? This little finger on the right.

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Sprints CHAPTER BOOKS

READING LEVELS 12–30 READING AGE 6.5–9.5 YEARS

GREAT FOR THE LIBRARY

Humorous novels that students read again and again. Sprints provide a variety of entertaining stories for 6 to 10 year olds. Written to inspire proficient readers, they also assist reading development with longer texts and detailed plots. Many stories are set in the home, school or community, where the engaging characters face underlying issues relating to respect, friendship, caring, sharing and honesty. Some characters recur and develop throughout the series.

FEATURES AND BENEFITS: • Stunning illustrations • Narrative texts include fiction, mystery, fantasy and adventure, and model narrative structure • Characters around the ages of 8–12 years featured as models for young readers • Introductory sections help students develop empathy and familiarity with characters • Interesting background information about the author and illustrator

Sprints  |

TEACHER SUPPORT Free online Teacher Guides provide notes for guided reading, comprehension worksheets, and writing activities: www.macmillaneducation.com.au/primary

Stunning illustrations complement engaging characters

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SPRINTS GREEN • READING LEVELS 12–19 • READING AGE 6.5–7.5 YEARS

SET

1

RL 12 9781420292251

RL 13 9781420292244

RL 14 9781420292275

RL 15 9781420292299

RL 16 9781420292282

RL 17 9781420292268

RL 18 9781420292305

RL 19 9781420292312

RL 12 9781420297577

RL 13 9781420297584

RL 14 9781420297522

RL 15 9781420297553

RL 16 9781420297515

RL 17 9781420297560

RL 18 9781420297539

RL 19 9781420297546

SET

2

CHAPTER BOOKS

SPRINTS YELLOW • READING LEVELS 20–27 • READING AGE 7.5– 8.5 YEARS

SET

1

RL 20 9781420292343

RL 21 9781420292329

RL 22 9781420292336

RL 23 9781420292367

RL 24 9781420292473

RL 25 9781420292350

RL 26 9781420292374

RL 27 9781420292381

RL 20 9781420297669

RL 21 9781420297614

RL 22 9781420297638

RL 23 9781420297652

RL 24 9781420297645

RL 25 9781420297591

RL 26 9781420297607

RL 27 9781420297621

SET

2

| Sprints

SPRINTS PURPLE • READING LEVELS 28–30 • READING AGE 8.5– 9.5 YEARS

SET

1

RL 28 9781458637840

RL 28 9781458637857

RL 29 9781458637826

RL 29 9781458637833

RL 29 9781458637895

RL 30 9781458637888

RL 30 9781458637871

RL 30 9781458692435

RL 28 9781420297683

RL 28 9781420297737

RL 29 9781420297720

RL 29 9781420297690

RL 29 9781420297676

RL 30 9781420297713

RL 30 9781420297744

RL 30 9781420297706

SET

2

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SPRINTS

Flips CHAPTER BOOKS

READING AGE 8.5–11.5 YEARS MIDDLE–UPPER PRIMARY

Interactive

eBook Disc

GREAT FOR THE LIBRARY

All students will love these humorous adventure books, where they are the main character in the story – making all the choices. Available in both print and eBook formats, Sprints Flips will appeal to readers with a wide range of interests.

Sprints Flips  |

FEATURES: •S  tudents will read them again and again – each time with different outcomes! • Amazing, engaging visuals • Strong narrative writing focus, with vivid settings and multiple complications and endings • Ideal for guided reading, literature circles and independent reading • Great for older reluctant readers – stories can be as short or as long as the reader chooses • Will promote discussion – predict and discuss outcomes, vote on options • As the reader is the main character, he/she can be any age, ethnicity or gender

INTERACTIVE eBOOKS Interactive eBook versions of all titles, along with interactive writing templates, worksheets and teacher notes are available on disc. With these amazing eBooks the reader can: • move seamlessly through the story, clicking on options to make decisions • collect any coloured vocabulary into a word bank to use in their own writing • create their own literary texts using a digital writing template. Interactive eBooks (one each of 18 titles) • 9781458646934 A full site licence is included.

Free Teacher Support available online at: www.macmillaneducation.com.au/primary

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Readers control the story

ho �e

CHAPTER BOOKS

FLIPS Yo c ur st ory, you

READING AGE 8.5– 9.5 YEARS SET

READING AGE 9.5–10.5 YEARS SET

1

READING AGE 10.5–11.5 YEARS SET

2

3

9781458644022

9781458644077

9781458644121

9781458644138

9781458644145

9781458644046

9781458644060

9781458644107

9781458644091

9781458644152

9781458644169

9781458644053

9781458644015

9781458644084

9781458644114

9781458644176

9781458644183

|  Sprints Flips

9781458644039

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Legends CHAPTER BOOKS

(IN THEIR OWN LUNCHBOX)

READING LEVELS 15–30+ READING AGE 6–9+ YEARS

eBook iPad

GREAT FOR THE LIBRARY

Stories about real kids for real kids ... There are no super powers or amazing gadgets in their world. Each of these legends experiences situations all readers will relate to – thinking all is going well, then watching it come unstuck, or dreaming of plans, then seeing them go horribly wrong. These humorous chapter books are written by leading authors who are masters of storytelling. They use their skills to bring our legends to life – funny, likeable, sensitive and easily embarrassed characters, just like your average child.

FEATURES: • 36 books – six books featuring each of the six characters so readers can really get to know them • Strong male and female characters • Dynamic illustrations • Numerous text features including maps, signs and diagrams • A variety of text types

Legends (in their own lunchbox)  |

TEACHER SUPPORT The Teacher Notes provide fresh ideas for assisting students to gain the most out of each book and meet curriculum demands. The easy-to-use support includes: • suggestions on capitalising on the humour • a list of skills covered from the curriculum • a variety of enticing activities, covering key comprehension skills, character study and more • open-ended activities, for example, role-playing, imagery, visualising the settings and story maps. Free Teacher Notes online at www.macmillaneducation.com.au/primary

Teacher Notes

Selected titles available on iBookstore

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Meet our legends – six ‘larger-than-life’ kids

READING LEVELS 15–22

READING LEVELS 21–26 SET

SET

SET

2

1

READING LEVELS 27–30+

3

RL 21 9781458637505

RL 21 9781458637482

RL 27 9781458637666

RL 27 9781458637673

RL 16 9781458637338

RL 16 9781458637420

RL 22 9781458637468

RL 22 9781458637499

RL 28 9781458637598

RL 28 9781458637581

RL 17 9781458637321

RL 17 9781458637352

RL 23 9781458637451

RL 23 9781458637475

RL 29 9781458637574

RL 29 9781458637628

RL 18 9781458637437

RL 19 9781458637390

RL 24 9781458637543

RL 25 9781458637529

RL 30 9781458637567

RL 30 9781458637659

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|  Legends (in their own lunchbox)

RL 15 9781458637376

CHAPTER BOOKS

RL 15 9781458637345

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Girlz Rock!

eBook iPad

GREAT FOR THE LIBRARY

READING AGE 7–10 YEARS

Girlz Rock! / Boyz Rule!  |

CHAPTER BOOKS

Everyone will relate to the fun, ordeals, disasters and friendships that girls share in this hilarious series. Written in a conversational style between two friends, Girlz Rock! puts girls where they belong – in the spotlight! Selected titles available on iBookstore. Terms of sale: Each book may only be viewed on one device at a time.

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eBook iPad

9780732998868

9780732998820

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9781420204520

eBooks for Reading Set 1 • 9781458649027 Set 2 • 9781458649034 Full site licence included Two discs each contain 40 eBooks • Boyz Rule! x16 eBooks • Girlz Rock! x14 eBooks • Get Real! x10 eBooks

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ENGLISH

Boyz Rule!

eBook iPad

READING AGE 7–10 YEARS

CHAPTER BOOKS

These bestselling books will have readers rolling about with laughter as they relate to the antics of these characters in a variety of everyday situations. Selected titles available on iBookstore. Terms of sale: Each book may only be viewed on one device at a time.

SET

1

9780732989545

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9780732992552

9780732992569

9780732992576

9780732992583

9780732992590

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9780732992613

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9781420204902

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|  Girlz Rock! / Boyz Rule!

SET

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Star Girl

eBook iPad

GREAT FOR THE LIBRARY

READING AGE 7–10 YEARS

CHAPTER BOOKS

The hottest space fantasy adventure for girls who love ballet, sport, friendships and saving the universe! Addie Banks – Star Girl! In an ordinary world on an extraordinary space station boarding school, Addie Banks is learning how to protect space. Where every mission counts, Addie must succeed against all odds and make it to Space Agent.

SPACE CADET

SPACE CAPTAIN

SET

SPACE AGENT

SET

1

Star Girl / Get Real!  |

Selected titles available on iBookstore. Terms of sale: Each book may only be viewed on one device at a time.

SET

2

3

9781420290295

9781420290301

9781420293784

9781420293791

9781420293821

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9781420290325

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9781420290356

9781420290363

eBook iPad

eBooks for Reading • 9781458649782

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Get Real!

eBook iPad

GREAT FOR THE LIBRARY

READING AGE 7–10 YEARS

Jesse and Harry have a time machine in their tree house ... Imagine the cool things two Year 5 boys get up to when ‘in a blur of dust and a rush of imagination, they can disappear . . .’ into the future or the past.

SET

CHAPTER BOOKS

This popular series by bestselling author Phil Kettle will keep all 7 to 10 year olds hooked with its humorous characters and settings. It will also appeal to reluctant readers.

SET

1

2

9781420276909

9781420276879

9781420290820

9781420290790

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|  Star Girl / Get Real!

eBook iPad

Teacher Books Set 1 • 9781420279047 Set 2 • 9781420292756 9781420276862

9781420278255

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Grammar Rules!

NEW

SECOND EDITION

IWB

SECOND EDITION This award-winning series has been revised to meet the latest requirements of the Australian Curriculum. Grammar Rules! provides a context-based approach, demonstrating how grammar works at the word, sentence and text levels to communicate and make meaning.

Grammar Rules! / Spelling Rules!   |

SPELLING AND GRAMMAR

This new edition features: • a whole-school program that is systematic, purposeful and sequential • resources for whole-class modelling and instruction • more assessment tools for feedback to teachers and students. The series includes: • easy to understand rules and tips for new concepts and reminders • ‘Try it yourself’ sections to encourage students to apply their grammar learning in their own writing • unit-by-unit teaching notes for use with the Student Books • teaching tools on disc for whole-class instruction. Student Book 1 Student Book 2 Student Book 3 Student Book 4 Student Book 5 Student Book 6

• • • • • •

9781420236576 9781420236583 9781420236590 9781420236606 9781420236613 9781420236620

Teacher Resource Book 1–2 • 9781420236637 Teacher Resource Book 3–6 • 9781420236644

Teacher Resource Books

Also available: Grammar Rules! Digital 1–6 (see page 138)

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Spelling Rules!

NEW

SECOND EDITION

IWB

SECOND EDITION Revised to meet the latest requirements of the Australian Curriculum, this bestselling series takes a phonemic approach that is systematic, purposeful and sequential. This new edition: • develops spelling knowledge so that students learn how to spell while also increasing their vocabulary • focuses on known sounds and letter patterns when introducing spelling rules, so that students focus on one skill at a time • provides more assessment tools for feedback to teachers and students.

Student Book F Student Book 1 Student Book 2 Student Book 3 Student Book 4 Student Book 5 Student Book 6

• • • • • • •

SPELLING AND GRAMMAR

The series includes: • activities that provide a full week’s work in double-page units • list words to support learning of a specific letter, letter pattern or rule • detailed teaching notes for use with the Student Books • teaching tools on disc for whole-class instruction. 9781420236484 9781420236491 9781420236507 9781420236514 9781420236521 9781420236538 9781420236545

Teacher Resource Book F–2 • 9781420236552 Teacher Resource Book 3–6 • 9781420236569

high frequency/sight words: it,.is,.a Point out the monster at the top of the page and the letter m on its back. Paint pictures of monsters and write m to display with the pictures. Make a map to the monster’s hideaway. Look at the letter frames for the tall, long and short letters (page13). Make sure students understand the differences. Do some with the whole class on the board first. Write map and mat on the board. Ask students, ‘What’s the difference?’ Make the letter m in the air with students. Read pirate stories. Practise talking in pirate voices. Make treasure maps for pirates. List all the things that could be in the treasure chest.

Student Book Foundation

Unit.5

Students capable of doing so should be encouraged to copy the word treasure and to sound out the word and look at the spelling pattern. They can also have a go at the word pirate. Discuss the initial i in the words it and is. Point out that in the word is the s makes the z sound. Brainstorm a list of words that start with i. Revisit all word charts and lists around the room. Ask students if they remember how to spell any of the words written on the lists. Place plastic letter shapes c, g, s, t, p, i, a inside a bag such as a pillowcase. Have students take turns to place their hand inside the bag and choose a letter, name it and bring it out of the bag to see if they are right.

Show students how to draw a treasure map, then let them create their own maps and pictures of treasure. Have them copy the word map onto their paper.

Spelling.Focus: Final consonants g, m; medial vowel short i;.. high frequency/sight words: am,.at

Student Book Foundation

Unit.6

Ensure that students understand that they need to write the final sound for each picture: drum, ham, dog, bag, arm, jug, pig, leg, jam.

Ask students if they can hear g at the beginning of the word or the end of the word in these words: log, goat, pig, dog, got, green, jug, grab, great, dig.

Explain how to colour the circles and squares for whether the sound is at the beginning or end of the word. Practise on the board so that students get the idea.

Ask students if they can hear m at the beginning of the word or the end of the word in these words: pram, monkey, money, make, Tom, meat, team.

Make m and g sounds with students. Point out the way the lips create the m. Point out the way the hard g sound (as in leg) is made in the throat. Write the list words sit, pig, tip, tag, am and at on the board. Ask students to spell the words, name the letters and point out any features of the words that they can think of. For example, students might suggest that sit, pig and tip have i in the middle; they might use analogy to say that sit looks like sat except for the i; they might say that pig ends like dog and so on.

Write CVC words on the board and ask students to fill in the blanks, for example p_g, d_g, m_t, m_p, s_t, s_p, s_m, t_m, l_g. Ask students to think of some for themselves. A challenge for capable students could be to make a list of all the three-letter words they can write.

Spelling.Focus: Initial consonants d, l; medial vowel short a,.i; high frequency/sight words: do,.did Discuss rhyme with students. Write the following two columns of words and show students how they rhyme, and how to join them with lines when they do rhyme. pig

sip

tip

dig

big

lip

hip

rig

Make the l sound with students, focusing on where in the mouth and throat the sound is made. Brainstorm all the words students can think of that contain the l sound, for example like, love, look, lemon, little, Lily, Lucy.

|  Grammar Rules! / Spelling Rules!

Spelling.Focus: Initial consonant m; initial vowel i;..

Student Book Foundation

Unit.7

Rehearse the tongue twisters as action rhymes. Exaggerate the l sounds. Make an action for each syllable in the tongue twisters. For example, Love-ly (with two claps) Lu-cy (two finger clicks) likes lit-tle (slap knees with hands three times) li-zards (two head nods, one to each side). Make up an action rhyme tongue twister for each student in the class. Divide the class into small groups and have each group learn the action rhymes of its members. Perform for another class. Write dig on the board and ask students to change one letter at a time to make new words, for example dig, dog, dot, pot, pat, sat, sit etc.

If a student in the class has a name beginning with l, make up a tongue twister. Ensure that it is positive and will benefit the child’s self-esteem, and ensure that you do not stereotype by gender. For example, Lovely Lucy likes little lizards. Lovely Lenny likes to laugh.

Spelling.Focus: initial consonant n, initial vowels o, a; medial vowel i; plural suffix s; high frequency/sight words: no,.as,.on Make sure students understand that the shapes of the boxes on page 19 show the shapes of the letters that go inside. Practise some on the board for the following words: nip, nap, am, a, pat, sat, dog, log. Students should now recognise the letters s, t, a, c, g, m, i, l, d. For revision, say with students the letter names and the sounds they have learnt for the letters so far. Write nip and nap on the board. Ask students what the difference is. Rub out the middle vowels and show students that the words look the same. Ask students what the words mean. Have students make the n sound and notice the vibration in their mouths and inside their heads.

Student Book Foundation

Unit.8

Use vegetable dye to dye dried pasta tubes red, blue, green or other colours of your choice. This will need to be done the day before you want to use it. (Don’t leave the pasta too long in the dye or it will get soggy.) Make small coloured cardboard shapes such as squares, circles, diamonds. Write letters on the shapes for the names of students in the class. Students can thread coloured pasta and their name letters to make hanging decorations or jewellery. Some students might wish to make something for a member of their family.

Point out that s can be added to naming words to mean more than one. For example, 1 dog, 2 dogs.

Have students write n in the air and on paper and then practise writing the other letters they have learnt. Brainstorm n words, for example nest, net, neck, necklace, nasty, nice, nana.

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Handwriting Rules!

Interactive Interactive Animation

Disc Online Online

LOWER–MIDDLE PRIMARY  •  NSW FOUNDATION STYLE This outstanding series links handwriting with the NSW English Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Setting itself apart from other series, Handwriting Rules! fully integrates handwriting skills with other areas of the English curriculum: spelling and phonics, vocabulary, grammar, punctuation and aspects of literature.

Handwriting Rules!  |

HANDWRITING AND WRITING RESOURCES

Combining multi-sensory and cognitive approaches, via chants and patter rhymes, this series will assist to embed letter formation in the motor memory. In another first, supporting discs provide animations and digital tracking of letters and joins to consolidate multi-sensory development of skills. Also available: NSW Foundation Style Years K–2 Disc • 9781458647931 NSW Foundation Style Years 3–4 Disc • 9781458647948

NSW FOUNDATION STYLE

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Handwriting Rules!

Interactive Interactive Animation

Disc Online Online

LOWER–MIDDLE PRIMARY  •  VIC & QLD Handwriting Rules! is also available in Victorian and Queensland editions, linking handwriting with the Australian Curriculum. Boasting the same outstanding features as the popular NSW edition, the series fully integrates handwriting skills with other areas of the English curriculum: spelling and phonics, vocabulary, grammar, punctuation and aspects of literature. Includes supporting discs. A must for every classroom!

Victoria: Year 4

Also available: Victorian Beginner’s Modern Cursive Year F–2 Disc • 9781458650917 Victorian Beginner’s Modern Cursive Year 3–4 Disc • 9781458650924 Queensland Beginner’s Alphabet & Modern Cursive Year F–4 Disc • 9781458650931

VICTORIAN BEGINNER’S MODERN CURSIVE

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|  Handwriting Rules!

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QUEENSLAND BEGINNER’S ALPHABET & MODERN CURSIVE

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HANDWRITING AND WRITING RESOURCES

Queensland: Year 1

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MAC WRITE

MY ALPHABET SCRAPBOOK

An innovative and enjoyable way for students to learn the skills of handwriting.

Students will explore each letter of the alphabet with diverse writing, tracing and drawing activities in these large-format scrapbooks.

VICTORIAN MODERN CURSIVE

HANDWRITING AND WRITING RESOURCES

Prep Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6

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MY SOUNDS SCRAPBOOK

Victoria • 9780732966898 NSW • 9780732979966 Queensland • 9780732979973

Bestseller

BOOKS A & B

These acclaimed scrapbooks will help young children develop phonemic awareness and explore sound/symbol relationships (graphophonics). • Book A explores short vowels • Book B focuses on consonant blends and digraphs

Victoria – Book A Victoria – Book B NSW – Book A NSW – Book B Queensland – Book A Queensland – Book B

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Bestseller

MY MACQUARIE WORD BOOK

Bestseller

This first word book includes common high-frequency words and allows students to record new and interesting words. Victoria • 9780732991760 NSW • 9780732991777 Queensland • 9780732991852

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MACMILLAN ENGLISH

Interactive

iPad Disc IWB

Writing Prompts Boxes The perfect addition to writing lessons! The inspiring activities in these fantastic boxes will challenge and encourage all students to write. Ideal for independent writing or as the basis for whole-class teaching, the writing prompt cards cover all the types of text within the curriculum.

HANDWRITING AND WRITING RESOURCES

There are 125 cards in each box divided into four tabbed sections: • Persuasive • Imaginative • Informative • Helping Hand. Helping Hand cards provide tips and tools for the writing process. Each box contains a disc with: • IWB-friendly PDFs of all cards for modelling • fillable card templates to make your own cards • a teaching guide in line with the curriculum • assessment guidelines and rubric, and record sheets • IWB-friendly/printable posters of the writing process and different types of text • writing scaffolds for different types of text • an index. Writing Prompts Box Year 2 Writing Prompts Box Year 3 Writing Prompts Box Year 4 Writing Prompts Box Year 5 Writing Prompts Box Year 6

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Digital Presentation

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• Explanation Framework

• Flowchart • Organisation • Word choice

Informative

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How does it work? How do you think this potion might work? What effect does it have on people who drink it? What does it make them do?

• Narrative • Film or play

• Character • Ideas and details

Building block

Imaginative

2

Create a flow chart to explain how you think the potion works. A flow chart is a series of boxes linked by arrows. Each box has one action written inside it. The arrow shows how that action causes the action written in the next box.

Create characters from animals If this ostrich was a character in a story, what might it be like? What might it like to do? What sort of personality might it have? What problems might it have? How might it talk?

Hint! You could use cause and effect words inside your flowchart boxes for example: because, due to, so, as a result and for that reason.

Helping

11 Hand

ISBN 978 1 4586 4112 0

Use your ideas to create a character description. The character could be animal or human. Helping

1 Hand ISBN 978 1 4586 4112 0

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MACMILLAN AUSTRALIAN PRIMARY DICTIONARY

MACMILLAN AUSTRALIAN STUDENT DICTIONARY

LOWER–MIDDLE PRIMARY

MIDDLE–UPPER PRIMARY

This edition has been thoroughly revised and updated, with hundreds of new words reflecting technological and cultural developments in our modern world.

A comprehensive reference tool for students aged 10–15 years. This dictionary has been specifically written as an aid for students as they explore their language and develop their own language skills.

SECOND EDITION

Includes: • more than 4500 words and phrases • numerous example sentences and phrases • vocabulary extension • spelling tips and pronunciation guide • useful appendices that include terms used in Welcome to Country and Acknowledgement of Country and information about annual celebrations in Australia.

DICTIONARIES, THESAURUSES AND ATLASES

9781742619941

SECOND EDITION

Includes: • more than 20 000 words and phrases • new words and definitions • vocabulary extension • similar and opposite words • spelling tips • easy-to-use pronunciation guide • grammar and punctuation guide. 9781742619958

MACMILLAN AUSTRALIAN STUDENT THESAURUS

MACMILLAN AUSTRALIAN POCKET DICTIONARY

MIDDLE–UPPER PRIMARY

UPPER PRIMARY–UPPER SECONDARY

A comprehensive reference tool for students aged 10–15 years. This thesaurus has been specifically written as an aid for students as they explore their language and develop their own language skills.

This edition has been compiled with secondary students in mind, and its concise and convenient format makes it equally ideal for general reference. It presents extensive up-to-date coverage of English as it is used in the Australian context.

SECOND EDITION

Includes:

SECOND EDITION

• more than 7400 entries, with more than 50 000 synonyms • words with opposite meanings (antonyms) • up-to-date vocabulary • example sentences and phrases • lists of specific examples of general categories • vocabulary extension • a quick-find index.

Includes:

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• more than 50 000 words and phrases • more than 80 000 definitions • pronunciations • idiomatic phrases • an essential guide to grammar and punctuation • a list of common abbreviations • a quick-find index.

Also available as a bundle with Macmillan Australian Pocket Thesaurus 9781742619996

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DICTIONARY SKILLS TEACHER RESOURCE BOOK ALL PRIMARY

OTHER WORDS SECOND EDITION LOWER–MIDDLE PRIMARY

Fast and fabulous teaching ideas for all primary grades.

A thesaurus for young writers.

On the Go: Dictionary Skills contains quick ideas, task cards and worksheets to teach important dictionary skills – best of all, they are ready to use right away!

Extensive word lists, set in alphabetical order by commonly used keywords, make this a great beginner’s thesaurus!

There are activities for all primary grades, including activities for: • alphabetical order • head words and guide words • word building and word families • word meanings • confusing words • parts of speech • pronunciation and phonetics • etymology.

ENGLISH

ON THE GO:

Bestseller

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DICTIONARIES, THESAURUSES AND ATLASES

These dictionary skills activities are the perfect companion to any classroom literacy program. 9781420209778

MACMILLAN PRIMARY ATLAS LOWER–MIDDLE PRIMARY

Mapping Australia and the world! This outstanding atlas provides simple, large maps designed to introduce students to: • the geography of Australia • Australia’s states and territories •A  ustralia’s place in the world • the world. Teacher Resource Book and Wall Charts also available. 9781420205497

MACMILLAN GLOBAL ATLAS eBook iPad FOURTH EDITION UPPER PRIMARY

Using a clear and striking design, this atlas features a wealth of information including: • over 300 easy-to-read maps • stunning photos and satellite images • 30 engaging themes allowing students to explore important issues and events. Available to purchase separately in print and digital formats. 9781420232073

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MACMILLAN LESSON ESSENTIALS:

PERSUASIVE WRITING

MACMILLAN LESSON ESSENTIALS:

LITERATURE

iPad IWB

TEACHER RESOURCE BOOK + DISC

iPad IWB

TEACHER RESOURCE BOOK + DISC

Implementing the Australian Curriculum.

All the essentials needed for literature lessons.

All the essentials needed for persuasive writing lessons in one resource! Annotated text models, mini-posters, worksheets, writing tasks and assessment tools are provided.

Mini-posters, worksheets, literature tasks and journal sheets, prompts and assessment tools are all provided. These resources allow teachers to create an exciting literature program. The activities cover the Literature strand of the Australian Curriculum: English.

Contents include: essays • persuasive letters • persuasive reviews • persuasive visual texts. • persuasive

The bonus disc contains all the photocopiable pages as PDFs.

The bonus disc contains content in PDF format.

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TEACHER RESOURCES

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A NEW LOOK AT:

NURSERY RHYMES TEACHER RESOURCE BOOK LOWER PRIMARY

GAMES on the GO TEACHER RESOURCE BOOKS MIDDLE–UPPER PRIMARY

Fun, hands-on games that suit individual, group or whole-class work.

Step-by-step lesson plans integrating the curriculum through nursery rhymes.

Each book in this award-winning series is full of motivational games that reinforce specific skills or understandings. Skills overview charts make it easy to find the exact game for students’ needs.

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Phonics: Ages 5–8 • 9781420204865 Grammar: Ages 8–10 • 9781420203196 Grammar: Ages 10+ • 9781420203202

ON THE GO:

DICTIONARY SKILLS

TEACHER RESOURCE BOOK ALL PRIMARY 9781420209778

ALL YOU NEED TO TEACH:

ALL YOU NEED TO TEACH:

TEACHER RESOURCE BOOKS ALL PRIMARY

TEACHER RESOURCE BOOKS ALL PRIMARY

POETRY

These practical books bring to life the language of poetry and provide example poems in different forms. Worksheets included. Ages 5–8 • 9781420279061 Ages 8–10 • 9781420279078 Ages 10+ • 9781420279085

NONFICTION TEXT TYPES All the tools you need to teach nonfiction text types. Covers nine common text types. Ages 5–8 • 9780732999629 Ages 8–10 • 9780732999636 Ages 10+ • 9780732999643

See page 97 for more information.

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ALL YOU NEED TO TEACH:

NARRATIVE TEXTS TYPES TEACHER RESOURCE BOOKS

LOWER–UPPER PRIMARY

Develop skills in writing narrative text. Each book covers 15 different narrative genres or structures, including: • adventure • fantasy • humour • historical • science fiction • mystery • legend • myth • play scripts • fairytale • narrative poetry • realistic. Ages 5–8 • 9781420261370 Ages 8–10 • 9781420261387 Ages 10+ • 9781420261394

ALL YOU NEED TO TEACH:

INFORMATION LITERACY TEACHER RESOURCE BOOKS TEACHER RESOURCES

LOWER–UPPER PRIMARY

A complete Information Literacy program in three practical sections! All the tools you need for the information-literacy process: • defining • organising • locating • presenting • selecting • assessing and reflecting. Ages 5–8 • 9781420269109 Ages 8–10 • 9781420269116 Ages 10+ • 9781420269123

ALL YOU NEED TO TEACH:

CRITICAL THINKING, HUMOUR and TEXT TEACHER RESOURCE BOOK LOWER PRIMARY

Develop critical thinking skills using humorous texts. 9781420204834

ALL YOU NEED TO TEACH:

DRAMA TEACHER RESOURCE BOOKS

ALL PRIMARY

Learning through movement, improvisation, mime and speech.

Ages 5–8 • 9780732992644 Ages 8–10 • 9780732992651 Ages 10+ • 9780732992668

ALL YOU NEED TO TEACH:

MACMILLAN LITTLE BOOKS:

ALL PRIMARY

LOWER PRIMARY

COMPREHENSION TEACHER RESOURCE BOOKS Switch on comprehension skills. Each book covers the eight main comprehension strategies of: • connecting • predicting • questioning • inferring • visualising • synthesising • main idea • self-monitoring. Ages 5–8 • 9781420272529 Ages 8–10 • 9781420272536 Ages 10+ • 9781420272543

ALPHABET TEACHER RESOURCE BOOK 26 individual, photocopiable ‘little books’ introduce the alphabet. Students will love making their own ‘little books’. Each little book: • highlights the visual features of that letter • features a series of words beginning with the same sound • includes a page for students to add their own word. 9781420281866

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GEOGRAPHY MAC AUSTRALIA TOPICS.................................. 101 GEOGRAPHY INVESTIGATIONS: ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY.................... 102 EBOOKS ON DISC: SUSTAINABILITY.................. 102 GEOGRAPHY MEGA DISC................................ 102

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GEOGRAPHY

MAC AUSTRALIA TOPICS

eBook iPad IWB

ALL PRIMARY

Bringing factual information to life These books are part of an outstanding series covering popular topics in the humanities area of the Australian Curriculum, the NSW Syllabus and the Victorian Curriculum. The engaging text stimulates students to explore social issues that impact Australia. Key features of student books include: • a focus on contemporary issues to promote independent thinking • visual literacy elements such as timelines, graphs, charts, maps and flowcharts • Inquiry Learning key questions relating to the topic • summary spreads to encapsulate the topic’s main points/ big ideas.

Rivers • 9781420276220

TEACHER SUPPORT

Teacher Resource Books contain guided reading and writing notes for many titles, together with Inquiry Learning units of work. eBooks on disc includes full site licence.

Sustainable Living • 9781420276404

MAC AUSTRALIA TOPICS: ENVIRONMENTS INFORMATION REPORT LOWER PRIMARY READING AGE 5.5–7+ YEARS 4 Books

MIDDLE PRIMARY READING AGE 8.5–10 YEARS 4 Books

KEY: RL • Reading Level UPPER PRIMARY READING AGE 9.5–12 YEARS 4 Books

9781420276206 • RL12

9781420276213 • RL12

9781420276244

9781420276268

9781420276305

9781420276299

9781420276220 • RL20

9781420276237 • RL20

9781420276251

9781420276275

9781420276404

9781420276282

For more information on this series see page 56.

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GEOGRAPHY INVESTIGATIONS:

ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY

eBook iPad IWB

MIDDLE–UPPER PRIMARY

This stimulating pack allows students to investigate environmental sustainability using geographical inquiry skills. Working through the resources will develop understandings of four key concepts: • conservation • renewable energy • biodiversity • sustainable futures.

9781420292688

9781420292725

9781420292633

9781420292695

9781420292701

9781420292657

9781420292749

9781420292664

9781420292671

9781420292718

9781420292732

9781420292640

The resources support student learning in the following curriculum strands: • Geography knowledge and understanding • Geography inquiry • Geography skills. INVESTIGATION BOOKS

DIGITAL RESOURCES DISC

• High-interest nonfiction books • Ideal for both independent and shared reading

Ideal for use with IWBs or computers. Includes ePosters, the Teacher’s Guide in PDF format, worksheets and learning objects.

TEACHER’S GUIDES

Identify key concepts, set out an inquiry process and provide teaching/learning ideas and assessments. A full site licence is included.

ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY BOX (Resources in a durable box – one each of 12 books, 1 x Disc, 1 x Teacher Resource Book)

9781420292626

Packs include 5 copies of the one title • Paperback

eBOOKS on DISC:

SUSTAINABILITY

eBook iPad

MACMILLAN eCHARTS:

GEOGRAPHY MEGA DISC

Interactive

Disc IWB

ALL PRIMARY

ALL PRIMARY

Enriching your Sustainability unit, 18 titles from three of our bestselling reference series are now in eBook format on disc.

Bring the classroom to life with these digital versions of popular charts.

Features:

They are ideal for use with IWBs, computers and data projectors.

• can be read on any device including tablets, eReaders, computers, IWBs • unlimited access – upload to your network for access throughout the school, in the library or from home, on an unlimited number of devices Includes full site licence.

Features: • • • •

fast and easy navigation interactivity using Adobe Reader® tools printable files eCharts for every level of primary school.

With a whole-school site licence included, Macmillan eCharts provide unbelievable value!

9781458647887

Includes full site licence. 9781420296570

Living Sustainably LOWER PRIMARY+ Recycling LOWER PRIMARY+ Living Green MIDDLE–UPPER PRIMARY 41 eCharts with teaching notes

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HISTORY MACMILLAN HISTORY...................................... 104 CURRICULUM RESOURCE PACKS....................... 116 MAC AUSTRALIA TOPICS.................................. 117 TEACHER RESOURCES...................................... 118 TOPICS FOR THE INTEGRATED CURRICULUM...... 119

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HIGHLY NEW YEARS 5 6 &

COMMENDED

FOR BEST Student Resource Arts/Science/Humanities/Social Sciences/Technologies/Health and Physical Education/Languages

Macmillan

History MIDDLE–UPPER PRIMARY

A guided approach to the past

INVESTIGATE. EXPLORE. IMAGINE. UNDERSTAND. Closely aligned with the Australian Curriculum, the NSW Syllabus and the Victorian Curriculum, Macmillan History resources support teachers in planning and implementing history inquiries with ease and confidence.

Macmillan History  |

Macmillan History is designed to satisfy the following interrelated strands:

• Historical Knowledge and Understanding • Historical Inquiry and Skills. GUIDED INQUIRY LEARNING APPROACH FOR HISTORY Using a skills-based guided-inquiry framework, Macmillan History provides a structured approach for investigating the key inquiry questions of the curriculum. Resources provide multiple pathways for the differentiated classroom. Assessment rubrics are available for each stage to identify students’ progress.

eBook iPad IWB

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Come on a journey WITH MACMILLAN HISTORY

Macmillan History provides resources for students to investigate, ask questions, analyse sources and develop an informed understanding of the past. The guided inquiry framework* that underpins Macmillan History takes students through a direct and explicit process of tuning in, finding and sorting out, going further, drawing conclusions and taking action.

1. OPEN

INVESTIGATE AND EXPLORE

• Probe • Wonder • Look at possibilities

2. IMMERSE • Build background knowledge • Connect • See further possibilities

3. EXPLORE • Scan for new information • Build knowledge base • Develop vocabulary

4. IDENTIFY • Generate inquiry questions • Consider broader aspects

IMAGINE

5. GATHER • Sort information • Analyse information • Identify useful information

6. CREATE • Construct • Communicate • Articulate ideas

|  Macmillan History

7. SHARE • Communicate • Consider relevant language • Present understandings

UNDERSTAND

8. EVALUATE • Reflect • Re-evaluate understandings

9. TAKE ACTION • Consider possibilities for future action • Explore for inspiration • Act on learning

KEY:

• assessment rubric

• reproducibles

• curated links to third-party resources

*The guided inquiry framework is adapted from a seminar by Ross Todd and Lyn Hay for SybaSigns seminar, The National Curriculum: Developing a Guided Inquiry & Web 2.0 Approach, Sydney: 21 June 2013, and is based on the work of Kuhlthau, CC, Maniotes, LK, and Caspari, AK, Guided Inquiry Design: A Framework for Inquiry in Your School, Santa Barbara, California: Libraries Unlimited, 2012.

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Resources designed to support teachers and provide a structured approach for investigating the key inquiry questions of the curriculum.

At a glance Components of each Year Level ANTHOLOGY x 1

Imaginative, informative and persuasive short texts

NONFICTION TOPIC BOOKS x 12

NARRATIVE AND BIOGRAPHY TOPIC BOOKS x 4

Informative texts

Narratives or Biographies

Vocabulary pre-teaching feature

Macmillan History  |

48pp A4 Full colour

32pp 247mm x 190mm Full colour

56pp (Years 3 & 4) 72pp (Years 5 & 6) 198mm x 129mm One colour

TEACHER RESOURCE BOOK x 1

eBOOKS DISC x 1

Lesson plans, activities, curriculum links, assessment rubrics and activity reproducibles

eBooks of components as non-printable PDFs

144pp A4 One colour

Disc in DVD package

Reproducibles as separate printable PDFs

Key Component Features ANTHOLOGY Short texts and snapshots give an introductory overview and allow students to explore the central ideas behind key inquiry questions. • Appealing and engaging magazine format • Introductory overviews and snapshots • A breadth of perspectives relating to each key inquiry question • A range of reading experiences, including informative, imaginative and persuasive texts • A variety of text features: timelines, maps, photographs, graphs • Primary source materials included • Key historical terms defined in context

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TOPIC BOOKS Longer texts encourage students to explore topics more deeply and extend their knowledge with vocabulary support, fact boxes, maps, graphs and a range of illustrations.

NONFICTION TOPIC BOOKS • Detailed coverage for exploring specific topic areas in depth • A variety of text features, including timelines, maps, photographs and graphs • Primary source materials included • Key historical terms defined in context

NARRATIVE AND BIOGRAPHY TOPIC BOOKS • Detailed coverage for investigating specific topic areas in depth • Illustrations to support the text • Primary source materials included in Biography Topic Books

TEACHER RESOURCE BOOK Each unit provides curriculum links and key inquiry information. Detailed lesson plans include guidance notes for using the Anthology and the Topic Books, as well as curated third-party digital resources such as videos and websites. • Background information about each key inquiry question • Structured activities and resources to explicitly teach research skills

|  Macmillan History

• Assessment rubrics for customising content to students’ needs • Student self-evaluation assessment rubrics • Reproducible activity sheets

eBOOKS

eBook iPad IWB

• Incudes eBooks (PDF) for all titles, with reproducibles for printing • For modelling and shared teaching sessions • Students can use independently to annotate, create notes and highlight text Full site licence provided.

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Year 3 DIVERSE COMMUNITIES, PLACES AND PEOPLE Macmillan History Year 3 resources assist students to learn about the historical features of their communities, through the exploration of diverse communities and places, and the contribution people make. KEY INQUIRY QUESTIONS

ANTHOLOGY (print and eBook)

Who lived here first and how do we know?

Anthology unit: Country and Place

TOPIC BOOKS (print and eBooks)

• Language, Life, Country • T he Brothers Barmbarmbult and Mopoke (narrative)

How has our community changed? What features have been lost and what features have been retained?

Anthology unit: Change and Continuity

• Australia’s Natural Environments • Australia’s Built Environments • The Gold Adventure (narrative) • Cities of Australia: Hobart, Perth, Melbourne, Adelaide

• Cities of Australia: Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra

What is the nature of the contribution made by different groups and individuals in the community?

Anthology unit: People and the Community

TEACHER RESOURCE BOOK

• Forming Modern Australia • People Who Shaped Australia • Land of Many Cultures • Dr Karl: The People’s Scientist

• Overview • Curriculum Links • Key vocabulary activities • Guided inquiry sessions and activities • Before, During, After Reading notes for each Topic Book • Assessment questions and evaluations

(biography)

• Vincent Lingiari: Land Rights Hero (biography)

How do people choose to remember significant events of the past?

Anthology unit: Celebrations and Commemorations

• Symbols and Emblems • Special Days in Australia • Special Days Around the World • Commemorative Days in Australia

Macmillan History  |

eBook iPad IWB

ANTHOLOGY

TEACHER RESOURCE BOOK eBOOKS

Year 3 Anthology Pack (12 copies)

9781458659972

Year 3 Teacher Resource Book 9781458659934

Year 3 eBooks

(all components on disc, includes full site licence) 9781458662767

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BIOGRAPHY AND NARRATIVE TOPIC BOOKS Biography Topic Book Packs (6 copies of one title) Narrative Topic Book Packs (6 copies of one title)

9781458661319

9781458661302

9781458661289

9781458661296

NONFICTION TOPIC BOOKS Nonfiction Topic Book Packs (6 copies of one title)

9781458661197

9781458661203

9781458661265

9781458661173

9781458661272

9781458661258

9781458661180

9781458661241

9781458661234

9781458661227

9781458661210

|  Macmillan History

9781458661166

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Year 4 HOW PEOPLE, PLACES AND ENVIRONMENTS INTERACT Macmillan History Year 4 resources assist students to learn about how people, places and environments have interacted in the past and present. Resources focus on world exploration and colonisation, and the subsequent effects these activities had on Australia. KEY INQUIRY QUESTIONS

ANTHOLOGY (print and eBook)

TOPIC BOOKS (print and eBooks)

What was life like for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Peoples before the arrival of the Europeans?

Anthology unit: Connection to Country

• Country, Dreamings, Ancestors • Digging up the Past: Ancient Australia • Many Languages, Many Cultures

Why did the great journeys of exploration occur?

Anthology unit: Great Journeys of Exploration

• The Age of Discovery • Captain James Cook: Explorer (biography)

• Explorers and the Great Southern Land • Vasco da Gama: Explorer of the World Why did the Europeans settle in Australia?

Anthology unit: European Settlement

• Caroline Chisholm: The Migrant’s Friend (biography)

TEACHER RESOURCE BOOK

• Overview • Curriculum Links • Key vocabulary activities • Guided inquiry sessions and activities • Before, During, After Reading notes for each Topic Book • Assessment questions and evaluations

• The Convict Colonies • The Secret Tin (narrative) • Stories from the First Fleet • Sydney: The Struggling Settlement What was the nature and consequence of contact between Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Peoples and early traders, explorers and settlers?

Anthology unit: First Contacts

• First Australians and the Early Settlers • Early Visitors to Australia • Five Australian Leaders from the Past (biography)

• Land and Country

Macmillan History  |

eBook iPad IWB

ANTHOLOGY

TEACHER RESOURCE BOOK eBOOKS

Year 4 Anthology Pack (12 copies)

9781458660190

Year 4 Teacher Resource Book 9781458660152

Year 4 eBooks

(all components on disc, includes full site licence) 9781458660169

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BIOGRAPHY AND NARRATIVE TOPIC BOOKS Biography Topic Book Packs (6 copies of one title) Narrative Topic Book Packs (6 copies of one title)

9781458662736

9781458662729

9781458662750

9781458662743

NONFICTION TOPIC BOOKS Nonfiction Topic Book Packs (6 copies of one title)

9781458662705

9781458662699

9781458662682

9781458662675

9781458662668

9781458662651

9781458662644

9781458662637

9781458662620

9781458662613

9781458662606

|  Macmillan History

9781458662712

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Year 5 AUSTRALIAN COLONIAL COMMUNITIES Macmillan History Year 5 resources assist students to develop historical understanding about Australian colonial communities in the 1800s, including the establishment of British colonies in Australia and what life was like for different groups of people in that period, and the reasons people chose to come to Australia. The resources also examine how colonial settlement changed the environment, and the significant events and people that shaped Australia. KEY INQUIRY QUESTIONS

ANTHOLOGY (print and eBook)

TOPIC BOOKS (print and eBooks)

• Colonial Life in the 1820s

What do we know about the lives of people in Australia’s colonial past and how do we know?

Anthology Unit: Colonial Life

How did an Australian colony develop over time and why?

Anthology unit: A Colony Develops

•W  illiam Barak: The Fight for Coranderrk • Why the British Colonised Australia • A Home So Far Away (narrative) • Economic Growth in the Colonies • Opportunities in Colonial Australia • Farming in Colonial Australia • A Settler’s Story (narrative)

How did colonial settlement change the environment?

Anthology unit: Changing Environment

•C  olonial Settlement and the Environment • Indigenous Australians: Before and After British Settlement • F rom Settlement to City: Australia’s Urban Development •E  dward Eyre: Desert Explorer (biography)

What were the significant events and who were the significant people that shaped Australian colonies?

Anthology unit: Significant People and Events

TEACHER RESOURCE BOOK

• Overview • Curriculum Links •K  ey vocabulary activities •G  uided inquiry sessions and activities • Before, During, After Reading notes for each Topic Book •A  ssessment questions and evaluations

•A  ustralia’s Path to Prosperity •G  old Transforms Australia’s Colonies •E  ureka Stockade: Australia’s Democratic Beginnings •M  acquarie: The Reformist Governor (biography)

Macmillan History  |

eBook iPad IWB

ANTHOLOGY

TEACHER RESOURCE BOOK eBOOKS

Year 5 Anthology Pack (12 copies) 9781420233780

Year 5 Teacher Resource Book 9781420233766

Year 5 eBooks

(all components on disc, includes full site licence) 9781420233773

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BIOGRAPHY AND NARRATIVE TOPIC BOOKS Biography Topic Book Packs (6 copies of one title) Narrative Topic Book Packs (6 copies of one title)

9781420233933

9781420233940

9781420233919

9781420233926

NONFICTION TOPIC BOOKS Nonfiction Topic Book Packs (6 copies of one title)

9781420233803

9781420233810

9781420233827

9781420233834

9781420233841

9781420233858

9781420233865

9781420233872

9781420233889

9781420233896

9781420233902

|  Macmillan History

9781420233797

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Year 6 AUSTRALIA’S CONNECTIONS WITH A DIVERSE WORLD Macmillan History Year 6 resources assist students to learn about Australia’s connections with a diverse world, particularly after 1900. Resources focus on the development of Australia’s path to Federation and the changes in Australian society throughout the 1900s reflected in experiences of democracy, government, and citizenship for different groups. There is also a focus on the development of Australia through the contributions of notable individuals and organisations. KEY INQUIRY QUESTIONS

ANTHOLOGY (print and eBook)

Why and how did Australia become a nation?

Anthology Unit: Becoming a Nation

TOPIC BOOKS (print and eBooks)

• F ederation: Notable People and Events • ‘Yes’ to Democracy •A  ustralia’s System of Government and Law • A Federation Story (narrative)

How did Australian society change throughout the twentieth century?

Anthology unit: Society in the 1900s

• The Fight for Indigenous Rights •A  ustralia and the Fight for Women’s Rights • Australian Migration: Pushes and Pulls • Eddie Koiki Mabo, the Man (biography)

Who were the people who came to Australia? Why did they come?

Anthology unit: Immigration

TEACHER RESOURCE BOOK

• Many Migrants, Many Cultures • My Story, Australia’s Story •B  ehind the Numbers: Australia’s Population

• Overview • Curriculum Links • Key vocabulary activities •G  uided inquiry sessions and activities •B  efore, During, After Reading notes for each Topic Book •A  ssessment questions and evaluations

• Grandmother’s Gift (narrative)

Macmillan History  |

What contribution have significant individuals and groups made to the development of Australian society?

Anthology unit: Significant Individuals and Groups

• Groups Who Helped Australia to Grow • Indigenous History Makers • Sporting Heroes, Community Heroes •C  onstance Stone and Pioneering Women of Australian Medicine (biography)

eBook iPad IWB

ANTHOLOGY

TEACHER RESOURCE BOOK eBOOKS

Year 6 Anthology Pack (12 copies) 9781420234145

Year 6 Teacher Resource Book 9781420234121

Year 6 eBooks

(all components on disc, includes full site licence) 9781420234138

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BIOGRAPHY AND NARRATIVE TOPIC BOOKS Biography Topic Book Packs (6 copies of one title) Narrative Topic Book Packs (6 copies of one title)

9781420234282

9781420234305

9781420234275

9781420234299

NONFICTION TOPIC BOOKS Nonfiction Topic Book Packs (6 copies of one title)

9781420234169

9781420234176

9781420234183

9781420234190

9781420234206

9781420234213

9781420234220

9781420234237

9781420234244

9781420234251

9781420234268

|  Macmillan History

9781420234152

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CURRICULUM RESOURCE PACKS LOWER & UPPER PRIMARY

eBook iPad IWB

Integrated inquiry units These stimulating packs assist students’ development of information literacy skills and conceptual understandings of the topic being covered. With content aligned to the Australian Curriculum: History, the NSW Syllabus and the Victorian Curriculum, the resources can be used flexibly. The packs contain:

• • • •

student books interactive eBook version of each title on disc PDF of the Teaching Guide on disc Teaching Guide containing teaching notes, photocopiable worksheets, suggested websites for further research, graphic organisers and self-assessment tasks.

eBooks on disc includes full site licence.

SET: WHEN I WAS YOUNG

SET: THE AUSTRALIAN GOLD RUSHES

Lower Primary • Paperback • (5 per pack)

Upper Primary • Paperback • (5 per pack)

This series highlights for young students changes in daily life from past to present.

Historical aspects of the Australian gold rushes are explained in this fascinating resource.

9781420298338

9781420298529

9781420298345

9781420297935

9781420297942

9781420297911

9781420298352

9781420298369

9781420298376

9781420297928

9781420297966

9781420297959

THE GOLD RUSHES UPPER PRIMARY

Bringing colonial history to life, these books present four different perspectives on the people and places of the gold rush era. 9781420297805

9781420297829

9781420297799

9781420297812

Paperback (6 per pack)

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MAC AUSTRALIA TOPICS

eBook iPad IWB

ALL PRIMARY

Bringing factual information to life These books are part of an outstanding series covering popular topics in the humanities area of the Australian Curriculum, the NSW Syllabus and the Victorian Curriculum. The engaging text stimulates students to explore social issues that impact Australia. Key features of student books include: • a focus on contemporary issues to promote independent thinking • visual literacy elements such as timelines, graphs, charts, maps and flowcharts • Inquiry Learning key questions relating to the topic • summary spreads to encapsulate the topic’s main points/ big ideas.

Early Governors of New South Wales • 9781420278453

TEACHER SUPPORT

Teacher Resource Books contain guided reading and writing notes for many titles, together with Inquiry Learning units of work. eBooks on disc includes full site licence.

See page 56 for a full series list.

Teacher Resource Book – Upper Primary

MAC AUSTRALIA TOPICS: HISTORY INFORMATION REPORT LOWER PRIMARY READING AGE 5.5–7+ YEARS 4 Books

MIDDLE PRIMARY READING AGE 8.5–10 YEARS 4 Books

KEY: RL • Reading Level UPPER PRIMARY READING AGE 9.5–12 YEARS 4 Books

9781420278361 • RL12

9781420278385 • RL12

9781420278415

9781420278422

9781420278477

9781420278446

9781420278378 • RL20

9781420278392 • RL20

9781420278439

9781420278408

9781420278460

9781420278453

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HISTORY INQUIRY TOPICS TEACHER RESOURCE BOOKS ALL PRIMARY

Inquiry learning units of work for the Australian Curriculum: History Each unit is organised as a series of lessons that step through the Inquiry Learning process. Teachers can follow each lesson through, or pick and choose from the activities to suit their needs. These easy-to-use resource books have the content and skills of the History curriculum covered!

ALL YOU NEED TO TEACH:

HISTORY

TEACHER RESOURCE BOOKS ALL PRIMARY

Skills, knowledge and understanding for historical inquiry Providing a comprehensive toolkit for teaching the Australian Curriculum: History, the stimulating activities in these books can be used across different inquiry topics. The books will develop a wide variety of language and research techniques set by the curriculum. Worksheets integrate these skills with historical understandings, including the use of sources, empathy, and perspectives, and investigating continuity and change.

9781458641205

9781458641212

9781458641151

9781458641168

9781458641175

9781458641182

THINKING THEMES TEACHER RESOURCE BOOKS MIDDLE–UPPER PRIMARY

Ready-to-use activities that switch on thinking skills! These fabulous books are packed with practical, ready-to-use activities on a selected theme. Each activity cross-references multiple intelligences with critical and creative thinking skills. Colonial People Ages 10+ • 9781420297324 First Contact Ages 8–10 • 9781420299199 Path to Federation Ages 10+ • 9781420298673

Ages 5–8 • 9781420279993 Ages 8–10 • 9781420280005 Ages 10+ • 9781420280012

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HISTORY

TOPICS FOR THE INTEGRATED CURRICULUM

Digital IWB

Interactive digital resources With the topics matched to the Australian Curriculum, the NSW Syllabus and the Victorian Curriculum, these outstanding digital resources will bring an integrated curriculum to life. Providing accurate historical information, coupled with interactive activities, animation and video produced specifically for the target age group, they support key History topics. The eBooks also include downloadable worksheets, providing a variety of research, writing and investigation activities.

FIRST CONTACTS

AUSTRALIA AS A NATION

Key ideas:

Key ideas:

• Exploration – Early contact with Australia

• Journey to Federation

• Life of Indigenous Australians before European contact

• Social and cultural changes

• Colonisation of Australia

• Immigration

• Nature of contact between the Indigenous population and Europeans.

• Individual and group contributions.

YEAR 4

YEAR 6

A full site licence is included.

A full site licence is included. Topics for the Integrated Curriculum: First Contacts • 9781458644657 Australia as a Nation • 9781458644664

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ALL PRIMARY

This outstanding series covers popular topics in the humanities area of the Australian Curriculum, the NSW Syllabus and the Victorian Curriculum.

CIVICS & CITIZENSHIP

MAC AUSTRALIA TOPICS

The engaging texts stimulate students to explore the social issues that have an impact on Australia. Key features of the student books include:

• a  focus on contemporary issues to promote independent thinking • v isual literacy elements such as timelines, graphs, charts, maps and flowcharts • Inquiry Learning key questions relating to the topic • s ummary spread to encapsulate the topic’s main points/big ideas. Teacher support is also available. See page 56 for more information and a full list of titles.

MAC AUSTRALIA TOPICS: CIVICS & CITIZENSHIP INFORMATION REPORT

KEY: RL RL •• Reading Reading Level Level KEY:

LOWER PRIMARY READING AGE 5.5–7+ YEARS 8 Books

RL12 9781420290370

RL12 9781420290387

RL12 9781420278620

RL12 9781420278606

RL 20 9781420278637

RL 20 9781420290394

RL 20 9781420290400

RL 20 9781420278613

9781420278644

9781420278651

9781420278668

9781420278675

MIDDLE PRIMARY READING AGE 8.5–10 YEARS 8 Books

9781420290431

9781420290424

9781420290448

9781420290417

UPPER PRIMARY READING AGE 9.5–12 YEARS 4 Books

9781420278699

9781420278682

9781420278705

9781420278712

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SCIENCE

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Interactive

Disc IWB

DISCS • MIDDLE–UPPER PRIMARY

Engaging interactive resource that brings integrated topics to life. The disc features eBook, containing reliable and accurate information. Activities, animations and more are also provided. (Flash-based interactivity). A full site licence is included. Topics for the Integrated Curriculum: The New Solar System • 9781420277821

SCIENCE INVESTIGATIONS:

ANIMALS AND PLANTS BOX

IWB

SCIENCE

TOPICS FOR THE INTEGRATED CURRICULUM

LOWER–MIDDLE PRIMARY

This motivated pack develops students’ knowledge and understandings about four concepts: • diversity • interdependence • growth • habitats Resources in one durable box: • 12 Investigation Books • 1 x Investigations Disc • 1 x Teacher’s Guide A full site licence is included. 9781420284201

SCIENCE OUT OF THE BOX:

ENERGY AND FORCES TEACHER RESOURCE BOOK AGES 10+

Hands-on science experiments for the classroom! This award-winning book makes organising and running hands-on science lessons easy. Includes assessment. 9781420261653

MACMILLAN LESSON ESSENTIALS:

SCIENCE INQUIRY SKILLS

IWB

TEACHER RESOURCE BOOK + DISC ALL PRIMARY

Packed with exciting investigations and the essentials you need to integrate the Science Inquiry Skills strand of the Australian Curriculum into your teaching, this resource is a useful tool for all teachers. 9781420298680

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MATHS MACMILLAN MATHS PROBLEM SOLVING........... 125 SCRAPBOOKS, MIGHTY MENTALS AND MATHS RULES!......................................... 126 TEACHER RESOURCES...................................... 127

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MATHS

MACMILLAN MATHS

PROBLEM SOLVING

iPad IWB

ALL PRIMARY

A whole-school strategic problem-solving program out of a box! Each box contains 150 enticing cards to develop and strengthen problem-solving strategies across: • Number and Algebra • Measurement and Geometry • Statistics and Probability. Extension activities are also included.

Macmill

Macmill

an

an

Maths

Peter Maher

Maths

ProBlem S o lv i n g

MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMEN TS Adobe Acrobat 7 (or Windows: Windowshigher) XP Mac: OSX UNAUTHORI SED COPYING IS PROHIBITED.

Box

1

MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMEN TS Adobe Acrobat 7 (or Windows: Windowshigher) XP Mac: OSX UNAUTHORI SED COPYING IS PROHIBITED.

• • • • •

IWB-friendly PDFs of all cards and blank card templates a teaching guide assessment guidelines and rubric posters record sheets, answers and index to Australian Curriculum topics.

Box 2

Teacher Resourc es + IWB-Friendly PDFs

Teacher Resourc es + IWB-Friendly PDFs

ISBN 978 1 4202

ISBN 978 1 4202

Copyright © Peter 9394 4 Macmillan Education Maher/

Copyright © Peter 9393 7 Macmillan Education Maher/

Australia 2011 www.macmillan.com .au

Australia 2011 www.macmillan.com .au

The digital offering provides:

PROBLEM S O LV I N G

Peter Maher

Box 2 (Year 2) 9781420293944

Box 1 (Year 1) 9781420293937

Macmill

an

Maths

Peter Maher

ProBlem S o lv i n g

MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMEN TS Adobe Acrobat 7 (or Windows: Windowshigher) XP Mac: OSX UNAUTHORI SED COPYING IS PROHIBITED.

Box 3

Teacher Resourc es + IWB-Friendly PDFs ISBN 978 1 4202

Copyright © Peter 9395 1 Macmillan Education Maher/ Australia 2011

www.macmillan.com

.au

Box 3 (Year 3) 9781420293951

Box 4 (Year 4) 9781420293968

Box 5 (Year 5) 9781420293975

Box 6 (Year 6) 9781420293982

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MATHS

MY NUMBER SCRAPBOOK

MY MATHS SCRAPBOOK NSW

Bestseller

LOWER PRIMARY

Bestseller

LOWER PRIMARY

These bestselling books help children explore cardinal and ordinal numbers 0–20 through counting, comparing and ordering combinations of numbers.

Includes fun, hands-on activities covering major topics in Number, Measurement, Data, Space and Geometry, and Patterns and Algebra.

Victoria • 9780732979836 NSW • 9780732979843 Queensland • 9780732979850

9780732991371

MIGHTY MENTALS MIDDLE–UPPER PRIMARY

Building a strong foundation in mental maths This important series purposefully and systematically teaches mental computation skills.

Book A (Year 3) Book B (Year 4) Book C (Year 5) Book D (Year 6)

• • • •

9780732999582 9780732999599 9780732999605 9780732999612

Each book contains 32 units of work, and each unit of work concentrates on a specific skill or concept. Use one set of questions per school day, leaving one set for homework.

MATHS RULES!

DIGITAL BIG BOOKS

IWB

DISCS • ALL PRIMARY

Digital versions of the bestselling Milestones in Mathematics Big Books for use on IWBs. An invaluable asset in every classroom. Each disc provides: • two Big Books at each stage • teaching notes • activities and printable worksheets.

Level A Level B Level C Level D Level E Level F Level G

• • • • • • •

9781420276787 9781420276794 9781420276800 9781420276817 9781420276824 9781420276831 9781420276848

Levels A–G • 9781420276855

Includes full site licence.

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MATHS

TEACHER RESOURCE BOOKS ALL PRIMARY Fun and practical resources packed with motivational games to develop mathematical skills. Ages 5–8 • 9781420209259 Ages 8–10 • 9781420209266 Ages 10+ • 9781420209273

MATHS

GAMES ON THE GO:

MATHS ON THE GO TEACHER RESOURCE BOOKS ALL PRIMARY

These activities can be readily used as part of any Maths program. Book 1 • 9780732978808 Book 2 • 9781420209310

ALL YOU NEED TO TEACH:

PROBLEM SOLVING TEACHER RESOURCE BOOKS ALL PRIMARY

Turning problems into solutions! Each book focuses on how to implement problem solving in the classroom. Ages 5–8 • 9780732997663 Ages 8–10 • 9780732997670 Ages 10+ • 9780732997687

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HEALTH & PE

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Team Reads

NEW

FOUNDATION–YEAR 3

HEALTH & PE

Digital IWB

A sports-focussed, levelled literacy series that engages even the most reluctant readers. Through a mix of imaginative, informative and persuasive types of texts, Team Reads features seven popular team sports: cricket, soccer, rugby union, rugby league, netball, basketball and Australian rules football. High-interest content and visuals draw students into the text and encourage readers of all abilities to develop their literacy skills. The resources can be used for modelled, shared or guided reading and complement existing literacy programs. The books are also ideal to be used as take-home readers, with supporting reading notes for carers, allowing for a home–school connection. The Teacher Resource Book includes comprehensive support activities that focus on language features, comprehension and writing. A Scope and Sequence chart, curriculum correlations and assessment tools and activities are also provided.

Team Reads Teacher Resource Book and Digital Resources Disc 9781420237665

The Digital Resource Disc offers: • teacher notes and student activities to utilise the student texts, eBooks and audiobooks • printable reproducibles • PDF eBooks for each student book, compatible with IWBs, computers and tablets • audio books for each student book, to develop listening skills.

Disc includes a full site licence.

LEVELS 1–8 • READING AGE 5–6 YEARS • 16pp

RL 1 Factual Description

RL 2 Factual Description

RL 3 Factual Description

RL 4 Factual Description

RL 5 Narrative

RL 6 Procedure

RL 7 Information Report

RL 8 Literary Recount

RL 13 Narrative

RL 14 Information Report

RL 15 Information Report

RL 16 Factual Recount

RL 21 Narrative

RL 22 Explanation

RL 23 Information Report

RL 24 Exposition

LEVELS 9–16 • READING AGE 6–7 YEARS • 16pp

RL 10 Narrative

RL 11 Narrative

RL 12 Factual Description

LEVELS 17–24 • READING AGE 7–8 YEARS • 24pp

RL 17 Information Report

RL 18 Procedure

RL 19 Literary Recount

RL 20 Factual Recount

|  Team Reads

RL 9 Literary Recount

LEVELS 25–30+ • READING AGE 8–9 YEARS • 24pp

RL 25 Information Report

RL 26 Procedure

RL 27 Factual Recount

RL 28 Factual Description

RL 29 Narrative

RL 30 Factual Recount

RL 30+ Information Report

RL 30+ Discussion

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LANGUAGES

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Animation

eBook IWB Audio Audiovisual Online

MIDDLE–UPPER PRIMARY

LANGUAGES

PRIMARY SCHOOL CHINESE

Full colour workbooks + discs for beginner Chinese learners • Three-book series to help young students learn Mandarin Chinese • Fun, clear and colourful designs • Each chapter contains a certificate and stickers • Textbook accompanied by full audio disc • Free access to an interactive e-portal, with online flash games at www.primaryschoolchinese.com The online site also provides support for teachers, including an e-copy of the book for IWBs, FAQ videos and more. Book 1 • 9780956052605 Book 2 • 9780956052612 Book 3 • 9780956052629 Book 3

Book 1

Book 2

Book 3

Book 1

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TECHNOLOGY & ICT

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TECHNOLOGY & ICT

SWITCHED ON ICT

Interactive

Disc IWB

ALL PRIMARY

Each pack includes:

A creative resource for incorporating ICT across the curriculum. With software demos, Student Task Cards or Posters, Teachers Notes, assessment guidance and step-by-step instructions for running each activity, ICT lessons will be inspiring! Students’ work can be published, presented and broadcast for the class, school or family to enjoy. Using software that is free or available in most schools, Switched on ICT is cost-effective to use. It is the ideal whole-school resource. Switched on ICT Switched on ICT Switched on ICT Switched on ICT Switched on ICT Switched on ICT

1 2 3 4 5 6

• • • • • •

9781420297454 9781420297461 9781420297478 9781420297485 9781420297492 9781420297508

TEACHER BOOKS The clear and easy-to-follow books include: • six cross-curricula units • detailed preparation advice • step-by-step support • extension ideas and assessment guidelines. POSTERS OR STUDENT TASK CARDS Posters (packs 1 & 2) or 6 x laminated cards for every unit (packs 3–6) are provided. These: • brief students on each unit • engage students in the activities • offer tips and provide self-assessment prompts. A FULLY NETWORKABLE DISC CONTAINING: • interactive PDFs of the Teacher Book content • editable versions of the Student Task Cards/Posters • a resource bank of sound effects, photos and artwork • Software in 60 seconds – onscreen demos • storyboard, sticker and certificate templates • cyber safety and guidance.

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DIGITAL RESOURCES ENGLISH ......................................................... 135 HISTORY.......................................................... 140 GEOGRAPHY.................................................. 140 CIVICS & CITIZENSHIP...................................... 142 SCIENCE........................................................ 142 HEALTH & PE.................................................... 143 TECHNOLOGY & ICT........................................ 143 TEACHER REFERENCE....................................... 143

For product and device compatibility, please contact your representative or the Customer Support team.

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CONNECT

INTERACTIVE eBOOKS

Interactive Interactive

eBook Disc Online IWB

SPRINGBOARD INTERACTIVE

Interactive

eBook Disc IWB Audiovisual

READING LEVELS 1–30

Connecting to the digital classroom

90 fiction and nonfiction titles

These powerful interactive eBook versions of both fiction and nonfiction titles will stimulate young minds and enliven your lessons.

Recognising the need for students to read and respond to digital and multimodal texts, these eBooks are a powerful resource.

Levels 1–8 (24 eBooks) Levels 9–16 (24 eBooks) Levels 17–23 (21 eBooks) Levels 24–30 (21 eBooks)

DIGITAL RESOURCES

ENGLISH

Ideal for use on both IWBs and computers, they will engage all young readers. Perfect for whop-class modelling of text features.

See page 10 for more information.

Includes full site licence.

CONNECT

Interactive

iPad Disc

ORAL LITERACY FOR READING AND WRITING FOUNDATION–YEAR 3

Provides great ideas and rich resources to build students’ oral literacy skills in meaningful and engaging ways. 60 Digital Books for Foundation–Year 3

See page 14 for more information.

See page 25 for more information.

SPRINGBOARD INTO COMPREHENSION:

INTERACTIVE eBOOKS

SPRINGBOARD INTO COMPREHENSION

Interactive Interactive

eBook Disc Online IWB

ALL PRIMARY

Audiovisual

Student eBooks for the interactive classroom Engage and delight students while providing opportunities to develop comprehension and ICT skills. The series is packed with features. Students can listen, record, view video clips, check word meanings and interact with text at their own pace. Includes full site licence.

ASSESSMENT YEARS 4, 5 AND 6

NEW

Engaging resources for continuous assessment and instruction Springboard into Comprehension Assessment provides tools for systematically measuring and monitoring students’ development of the key comprehension skills with different types of text. It also provides opportunities for explicit instruction. The Teacher Resource Books includes a Digital Resources Disc that provides PDFs of the Survey and Focus Cards, the Teacher Resource Book and posters, and printable Assessment Tasks, Reproducibles, Graphic Organisers and Data Collection and Analysis Tools. Disc licence supplied for up to five devices; additional multi-user licences available.

See page 36 for more information.

See pages 44–47 for more information.

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LITERACY NETWORK

Interactive

Disc

MIDDLE–UPPER PRIMARY Connect, plug in, switch on

Providing a balanced literacy experience is at the core of this outstanding series. Interrelated resources help you create a balanced literacy program that meets the requirements of the curriculum. Middle Primary: Writing Workshop (4 discs) Grammar and Conventions Disc

eBook iPad IWB

DISCS • ALL PRIMARY

Nonfiction eBooks for guided reading, writing and inquiry. These engaging, informative eBooks focus on English, as well as Geography, History, and Civics and Citizenship. The eBooks can be used on a wide variety of devices, including IWBs, computers and tablets. Includes Teacher Support. eBooks Lower • 24 titles • 9781458647894 eBooks Middle • 24 titles • 9781458647900 eBooks Upper • 20 titles • 9781458647917

Upper Primary: Writing Workshop (4 discs) Grammar and Conventions Disc

Includes full site licence.

Includes full site licence.

See pages 48–55 for more information.

TEAM READS

MAC AUSTRALIA TOPICS eBOOKS

Digital IWB

FOUNDATION–YEAR 3

See pages 56–58 for more information.

NEW

A sports-focussed, levelled literacy series that engages even the most reluctant readers. Through a mix of imaginative, informative and persuasive types of text, Team Reads features seven popular team sports: cricket, soccer, rugby union, rugby league, netball, basketball and Australian rules football. The Team Reads Teacher Resource Book includes a Digital Resources Disc that offers: • teacher notes and student activities to utilise the student texts, eBooks and audiobooks • printable reproducibles • PDF eBooks for each student book, compatible with IWBs, computers and tablets • audio books for each student book, to develop listening skills.

SPRINTS FLIPS INTERACTIVE eBOOKS

Interactive

GREAT FOR THE LIBRARY

eBook Disc

FLIPS ho �e

DIGITAL RESOURCES

ENGLISH

Yo c ur st ory, you

READING AGE 8.5–11.5 YEARS Interactive eBook versions of all 18 Sprints Flips titles, along with interactive writing templates, worksheets and Teacher Notes available on disc and online. The interactive eBooks offer: • the reader can easily navigate through the story by clicking on options to make decisions • coloured vocabularly can be added to a word bank and used in a students’ own writing • literary text can be created independently or collaboratively, using the digital writing template • sound effects included.

Teacher Resource Book and Digital Resources Disc 9781420237665 Includes full site licence.

See page 62 for more information.

See pages 82–83 for more information.

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LEGENDS

(IN THEIR OWN LUNCHBOX)

eBook iPad

eBOOKS

GREAT FOR THE LIBRARY

Selected titles available on the iBookstore.

READING LEVELS 15–30+ READING AGE 6–9+ YEARS

eBOOKS FOR READING

BOYZ RULE! GIRLZ ROCK! GET REAL!

eBook iPad

GREAT FOR THE LIBRARY

Selected titles also available on the iBookstore.

READING AGE 7–10 YEARS

Stories about real kids for real kids … These humorous chapter books are written by leading authors who are masters of storytelling. They use their skills to bring our legends to life – funny, likeable, sensitive and easily embarrassed characters, just like your average child.

Each of these eBooks for Reading discs includes 40 eBook titles from three fiction series.

DIGITAL RESOURCES

ENGLISH

BOYZ RULE! These bestselling eBooks will have young independent readers rolling about with laughter as they relate to the antics of these characters in a variety of everyday situations.

Stories about kids for real kids... See page 87 for more information.

GIRLZ ROCK! See pages 84–85 for more information.

eBOOKS FOR READING

STAR GIRL

READING AGE 7–10 YEARS

eBook iPad

GREAT FOR THE LIBRARY

Selected titles also available on the iBookstore.

Young independent readers will relate to the fun, ordeals, disasters and friendships that girls share in their daily life. Written in a conventional style between two friends, Girls Rock! puts girls where they belong – in the spotlight!

This eBooks for Reading set includes 16 Star Girl eBook adventures with supporting teaching notes. Adelaide Banks is 11 years old when she goes to boarding school. But she is no ordinary student, and her school is far from ordinary. Addie goes to SEAS – the Space Environmental Action School. Enhance the reading experience with this digital resource and use on tablets, computers and interactive whiteboards. eBooks on Disc  •  9781458649782 Includes full site licence.

See page 86 for more information.

GET REAL! The day-to-day humdrum of Average Primary School can turn around as quickly as you can turn a page when Jesse and Harry go on their incredibly devious and hilarious adventures. These short novels will especially appeal to reluctant readers. See page 89 for more information.

Enhance the reading experience with these digital resources, suitable for use on tablets, computers and interactive whiteboards. DISC 1 Set 1 • 40 eBooks • 9781458649027 DISC 2 Set 2 • 40 eBooks • 9781458649034 See page 88 for more information.

Includes full site licence.

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DIGITAL RESOURCES

ENGLISH

MACMILLAN CLASSIC LITERATURE BOXES

eBook iPad

HANDWRITING RULES! + DISCS

Interactive Interactive Animation

Disc Online Online

NSW FOUNDATION STYLE • VIC • QLD ALL PRIMARY

MIDDLE–UPPER PRIMARY

Unique boxes containing extracts from 15 classic texts and are ideal for use with whiteboards, computers and devices. Each box offers a disc containing PDF files for the student cards, Teacher Resource Book and worksheets.

A must for every classroom! Handwriting Rules! fully integrates handwriting skills with other areas of the English curriculum: spelling and phonics, vocabulary, grammar, punctuation and aspects of literature. Each Disc features: • viewable charts to warm up and get ready to write • animations to model the correct formation of letters, numerals and joins • digital tracking or tracing activities to embed the movement in students’ motor memory • hundreds of printable resources including a teaching guide, wall posters, pattern pages, differentiation worksheets, and assessment guide, checklists and certificates.

Middle Primary Box • 9781458648914 Upper Primary Box • 9781458648921

Includes full site licence.

See page 72–73 for more information.

GRAMMAR RULES! DISCS • ALL PRIMARY SECOND EDITION

See pages 90–91 for more information.

Interactive

Disc IWB

NEW

SPELLING RULES!

Interactive

Disc IWB

DISCS • ALL PRIMARY SECOND EDITION

NEW

This edition provides a context-based approach, demonstrating how grammar works at the word, sentence and text levels to communicate and make meaning.

Spelling Rules! is a whole-school, sequential program that provides strategies to move spelling from the working memory to the long term memory.

The Grammar Rules! Teacher Resource books now include a disc that:

The Spelling Rules! Teacher Resource Books now include a disc that:

• facilitates ease and convenience as teachers have digital access to teaching notes and can print reproducibles rather than photocopying • contains teaching notes, text models, glossary and answers to activities • contains a list of grammar rules and tips as well as bonus Grammar Rules! wall charts.

• facilitates ease and convenience as teachers have digital access to teaching notes and can print reproducibles rather than photocopying • contains extra word lists, answers to activities and a glossary • contains a list of spelling rules and tips, along with bonus punctuation wall charts.

Includes full site licence.

Includes full site licence.

Unit

The colours of the rainbow are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. When you want to remember it, think of Roy G Biv!

I7

Say Listen Look Understand Remember Practise

I

ruby

Teacher Resource Book 1–2 9781420236637 Teacher Resource Book 3–6 9781420236644

scarlet

Teacher Resource Book F–2 9781420236552 Teacher Resource Book 3–6 9781420236569

lilac

The names of colours often come from nature. Group the colour words from the list. Write the common name for each colour in the brackets. Use a dictionary to help you.

lips

sea

land

eyes

blood

)

Rearrange the letters in chore to make a list word.

)

Add one letter to call and rearrange the letters to make a list word.

)

(

)

(

)

From earth:

The first syllable of this colour is a mark left after you’ve hurt yourself.

)

(

azure

6

What do these expressions mean?

to feel blue

to see red

to be a black sheep a white elephant to have a green thumb

turquoise

2

sapphire

Think of other ways to group the colours. Use the space below to arrange your groups. Write a title for each group.

a golden opportunity

Tip!

7

Similes compare one thing to another. They say that one thing is like another. as red as a tomato as white as snow Make up your own similes.

as blue as

3

sky

( ( (

)

crimson

ochre

Use the clues to find a list word.

From gems:

indigo

khaki

Write a list word to describe each noun.

5

(

violet emerald

4

This colour has all the vowels except a.

From flowers:

as

as

as green as

as

as

as yellow as

as

as

as black as

as

as

Use a dictionary to find words with aqua.

Reflection

What does aquamarine mean?

I can do this.

What does aqua mean?

I am not sure.

Write more words with aqua. 38 36521_Spelling_Rules_2e_SB_Bk4_txt.indd 38

See page 90 for more information.

I need help. Word Word origins: origins: similes; similes; topic topic words: words: colours colours

Spelling Spelling Rules! Rules! Student Student Book Book 44 (ISBN (ISBN 9781420236521) 9781420236521) ©© Helen Helen Pearson, Pearson,Janelle Janelle Ho/Macmillan Ho/Macmillan Education EducationAustralia Australia

Spelling Spelling Rules! Rules! Student Student Book Book 44 (ISBN (ISBN 9781420236521) 9781420236521) ©© Helen Helen Pearson, Pearson,Janelle Janelle Ho/Macmillan Ho/Macmillan Education EducationAustralia Australia

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See page 91 for more information.

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MACMILLAN ENGLISH:

MACMILLAN LESSON ESSENTIALS:

Interactive

WRITING PROMPTS BOXES

iPad Disc IWB

PERSUASIVE WRITING TEACHER RESOURCE BOOK + DISC

+ DISCS YEAR 2–YEAR 6

All the essentials you need for persuasive writing lessons in one resource! Annotated text models, mini-posters, worksheets, writing tasks and assessment tools are provided.

The perfect addition to writing lessons!

The disc contains features such as: • IWB-friendly PDFs of all cards • fillable PDF card template to make your own prompts • teaching guide with assessment guidelines • fillable PDF marking guide • IWB-friendly and printable posters • fillable and printable scaffolds • student record sheet • index of text types and writing focus.

9781420291667

See page 98 for more information.

MACMILLAN LESSON ESSENTIALS:

LITERATURE

TEACHER RESOURCE BOOK + DISC All the essentials needed for your literature lessons.

Includes full site licence. • Explanation Framework

• Flowchart • Organisation • Word choice

Informative

Mini-posters, worksheets, literature tasks and journal sheets, prompts and assessment tools are all provided.

16

How does it work? How do you think this potion might work? What effect does it have on people who drink it? What does it make them do? Create a flow chart to explain how you think the potion works. A flow chart is a series of boxes linked by arrows. Each box has one action written inside it. The arrow shows how that action causes the action written in the next box. Hint! You could use cause and effect words inside your flowchart boxes for example: because, due to, so, as a result and for that reason.

The bonus disc contains all the photocopiable pages as PDFs.

Helping

11 Hand

ISBN 978 1 4586 4112 0

See page 95 for more information.

Disc

NONFICTION TEXT TYPES

MACMILLAN eCHARTS:

ENGLISH MEGA DISC

Interactive

Disc

ALL PRIMARY

DISCS • ALL PRIMARY

All the content needed to teach nonfiction text types. Each disc contains digital charts that can be used to: • highlight text purpose • focus on text structure • analyse grammar features • annotate model texts • save and print completed work. Worksheets included.

9781420293999

See page 98 for more information.

Interactive

MACMILLAN INTERACTIVE:

Includes full site licence.

iPad IWB

DIGITAL RESOURCES

ENGLISH

Ages 5–8 • 9781420268164 Ages 8–10 • 9781420268171 Ages 10+ • 9781420268188

Bring the classroom to life with these digital versions of popular charts covering a variety of topics from the English curriculum. They are ideal for use with IWBs, computers and data projectors. Features include: • fast and easy navigation • interactivity using Adobe Reader® tools • printable files • eCharts for every level of primary school. Mega Disc contains 87 eCharts with Teacher Notes. 9781420296365 Includes full site licence.

See page 98 for more information.

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DIGITAL RESOURCES

HISTORY

MACMILLAN HISTORY eBOOKS

eBook iPad IWB

DISCS • MIDDLE–UPPER PRIMARY Your guided approach to the past

NEW

Closely aligned with the Australian Curriculum, the NSW Syllabus and the Victorian Curriculum, Macmillan History resources support teachers in planning and implementating history inquiries with ease and confidence. The Teacher Resource Book includes a disc containing eBook editions (PDF format) of the Anthology and Topic Books, and Teacher Resource Book. Offering flexibility in the classroom, these eBooks can be loaded onto tablets or computers and are IWB compatible. Year 3 eBooks Year 4 eBooks Year 5 eBooks Year 6 eBooks

• • • •

9781458662767 9781458660169 9781420233773 9781420234138

MAC AUSTRALIA TOPICS eBOOKS

eBook iPad IWB

DISCS • ALL PRIMARY

Nonfiction eBooks for guided reading, writing and inquiry. These engaging, informative eBooks focus on History, as well as English, Geography, and Civics and Citizenship. The eBooks can be used on a wide variety of devices, including IWBs, computers and tablets. Includes Teacher Support. eBooks Lower • 24 titles • 9781458647894 eBooks Middle • 24 titles • 9781458647900 eBooks Upper • 20 titles • 9781458647917

Includes full site licence.

Includes full site licence.

See pages 56–58 for more information.

See pages 104–115 for more information.

TOPICS FOR THE INTEGRATED CURRICULUM MIDDLE–UPPER PRIMARY

GEOGRAPHY

MACMILLAN GLOBAL ATLAS

eBook iPad

FOURTH EDITION UPPER PRIMARY

World knowledge at your fingertips Available as print + digital and as digital only.

AUSTRALIA AS A NATION YEAR 6

Key ideas: • Journey to Federation • Social and cultural changes • Immigration • Individual and group contributions. A full site licence is included.

FIRST CONTACTS

Features include: • clear and striking design format • stunning photos and satellite images • over 300 easy-to-read maps • 30 engaging themes to explore. 9781420232073

YEAR 4

Key ideas: • Exploration – Early contact with Australia • Life of Indigenous Australians before European contact • Colonisation of Australia • Nature of contact between the Indigenous population and Europeans.

Australia as a Nation 9781458644664 A full site licence is included. First Contacts 9781458644657 See page 119 for more information.

See page 97 for more information.

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MAC AUSTRALIA TOPICS eBOOKS

GEOGRAPHY INVESTIGATIONS:

DISCS • ALL PRIMARY

ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY

Nonfiction eBooks for guided reading, writing and inquiry.

Bringing digital learning to your investigations.

eBook iPad IWB

eBook iPad IWB

MIDDLE–UPPER PRIMARY

These engaging, informative eBooks focus on Geography as well as English, History, and Civics and Citizenship. The eBooks can be used on a wide variety of devices, including IWBs, computers and tablets. Includes Teacher Support. eBooks Lower • 24 titles • 9781458647894 eBooks Middle • 24 titles • 9781458647900 eBooks Upper • 20 titles • 9781458647917

DIGITAL RESOURCES

GEOGRAPHY

The Investigations Disc is ideal for use with IWBs or computers. Includes ePosters, the Teacher’s Guide in PDF format, worksheets and learning objects.

Resources in one durable box: • 12 Investigation Books • 1 x Investigations Disc • 1 x Teacher’s Guide 9781420292626 Includes a whole-school site licence.

Includes full site licence.

Life cycle The female lays up to several thousand eggs, and then the male fertilises them. Some frogs make a foam nest to protect the eggs.

Frogs live for between one and 23 years.

When a male frog is ready to breed he calls to attract a female. The eggs hatch into tiny tadpoles, which live in the water.

The adult frogs live on land and use their lungs to breathe. Many frogs are ready to breed when they are one to two years old.

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See pages 56–58 for more information.

eBOOKS on DISC:

SUSTAINABILITY

eBook iPad

The tadpoles grow legs and arms, and their tail shortens and disappears. As they become adults they develop lungs and their gills disappear.

17

See page 102 for more information.

MACMILLAN eCHARTS:

GEOGRAPHY MEGA DISC

Interactive

Disc IWB

ALL PRIMARY

ALL PRIMARY

Enriching your Sustainability unit, 18 titles from three of our bestselling reference series are now in eBook format on disc. Features: • can be read on any device including tablets, eReaders, computers, IWBs • unlimited access – upload to your network for access throughout the school, in the library or from home, on an unlimited number of devices Includes full site licence.

Bring the classroom to life with these digital versions of popular charts. They are ideal for use with IWBs, computers and data projectors. Features: • • • •

fast and easy navigation interactivity using Adobe Reader® tools printable files eCharts for every level of primary school.

With a whole-school site licence included, Macmillan eCharts provide unbelievable value!

9781458647887

Includes full site licence. 9781420296570

Living Sustainably LOWER PRIMARY+ Recycling LOWER PRIMARY+ Living Green MIDDLE–UPPER PRIMARY

See page 102 for more information.

41 eCharts with teaching notes

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DIGITAL RESOURCES

CIVICS & CITIZENSHIP MAC AUSTRALIA TOPICS eBOOKS

eBook iPad IWB

DISCS • ALL PRIMARY

All Mac Australia Topics titles are now available as eBooks on discs (PDF format), with accompanying Teacher Resource eBooks. They can be used on a variety of devices including IWBs, computers and tablets for: • teaching nonfiction reading and writing strategies • integrating into the humanities curriculum • independent student interest reading or research and more.

Lower (24 eBooks) 9781458647894 Middle (24 eBooks) 9781458647900 Upper (20 eBooks) 9781458647917

Includes full site licence. See page 56 for more information.

SCIENCE SCIENCE INVESTIGATIONS:

ANIMALS AND PLANTS

IWB

LOWER–MIDDLE PRIMARY

Bringing digital learning to your investigations. The Investigations Disc is ideal for use with IWBs or computers. It features e-posters, the Teachers’s Guide (PDF), worksheets, graphic organisers and learning objects. Resources in one durable box: • 12 Investigation Books • 1 x Investigations Disc • 1 x Teacher’s Guide 9781420284201

Includes full site licence.

MACMILLAN LESSON ESSENTIALS:

SCIENCE INQUIRY SKILLS TEACHER RESOURCE BOOK + DISC ALL PRIMARY

Packed with exciting investigations and the essentials needed to integrate the Science Inquiry Skills strand of the Australian Curriculum into teaching, this resource is a useful tool for all teachers. 9781420298680

See page 123 for more information.

IWB

TOPICS FOR THE INTEGRATED CURRICULUM

Interactive

Disc IWB

DISCS • MIDDLE–UPPER PRIMARY

Engaging interactive resource that brings integrated topics to life. The disc features an eBook, containing reliable and accurate information. Activities, animations and more are also provided. (Flash-based interactivity). Includes full site licence Topics for the Integrated Curriculum: The New Solar System • 9781420277821

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DIGITAL RESOURCES

HEALTH & PE

MATHS MACMILLAN MATHS

MATHS PROBLEM SOLVING BOXES ALL PRIMARY

Digital IWB

FOUNDATION–YEAR 3 A sports-focussed, levelled literacy series that engages even the most reluctant readers.

A whole-school strategic problem-solving program out of a box! Each Teacher disc includes: • IWB-friendly PDFs of all cards and blank card templates • a teaching guide • assessment guidelines and rubric • posters • record sheets, answers and index to Australian Curriculum topics.

TEAM READS

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Peter Maher

ISBN 978 1 4202

Copyright © Peter 9395 1 Macmillan Education Maher/ Australia 2011

MINIMUM SYSTEM www.macmillan.com.a REQUIREMENT Adobe Acrobat S u 7 (or Windows: Windowshigher) XP Mac: OSX UNAUTHORISE D COPYING IS PROHIBITED.

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Box 2

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Copyright © Peter 9394 4 Macmillan Education Maher/ Australia 2011

MINIMUM SYSTEM www.macmillan.com.a REQUIREMENT Adobe Acrobat S u 7 (or Windows: Windowshigher) XP Mac: OSX UNAUTHORISE D COPYING IS PROHIBITED.

Box

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Teacher Resource s+ IWB-Friendly PDFs ISBN 978 1 4202

Copyright © Peter 9393 7 Macmillan Education Maher/

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See page 125 for more information.

MATHS RULES!

IWB

DIGITAL BIG BOOKS

NEW

Through a mix of imaginative, informative and persuasive types of text, Team Reads features seven popular team sports: cricket, soccer, rugby union, rugby league, netball, basketball and Australian rules football. The Team Reads Digital Resource Disc offers: • teacher notes and student activities to utilise the student texts, eBooks and audiobooks • printable reproducibles • PDF eBooks for each student book, compatible with IWBs, computers and tablets • audio books for each student book, to develop listening skills.

DISCS • ALL PRIMARY

Digital versions of the bestselling Milestones in Mathematics Big Books for use on IWBs. An invaluable asset in every classroom.

Teacher Resource Book and Digital Resources Disc 9781420237665 Includes full site licence.

Each disc provides: • two Big Books at each stage • teaching notes • activities and printable worksheets. Includes full site licence. See page 126 for more information.

See page 129 for more information.

TECHNOLOGY & ICT

SWITCHED ON ICT ALL PRIMARY

With software demos, Student Task Cards or Posters, Teachers Notes, assessment guidance and step-by-step instructions for running each activity, ICT lessons will be inspiring! Switched on ICT Switched on ICT Switched on ICT Switched on ICT Switched on ICT Switched on ICT

1 2 3 4 5 6

• • • • • •

9781420297454 9781420297461 9781420297478 9781420297485 9781420297492 9781420297508

TEACHER REFERENCE Interactive

Disc IWB

MACMILLAN MASTERCLASS:

INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARDS

IWB

+ DISC

Strategies to enhance learning and teaching using an IWB. The accompanying disc is suitable for all brands of whiteboards. It contains sample IWB activity files to get teachers started. Play with the activities and see exactly how they are made; try them out in the classroom or have a go at repurposing them. 9781420265002

See page 133 for more information.

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TEACHER REFERENCE

MACMILLAN ENGLISH

Interactive

WRITING PROMPTS BOXES

iPad Disc IWB

The perfect addition to your writing lessons! The inspiring activities in these fantastic boxes will challenge and encourage all students to write. Ideal for independent writing or as the basis for whole-class teaching, the writing prompt cards cover all the types of text within the curriculum. There are 125 cards in each box divided into four tabbed sections: • Persuasive • Imaginative • Informative • ‘Helping Hand’. ‘Helping Hand’ cards provide tips and tools for the writing process. Each box contains a disc with: • IWB-friendly PDFs of all cards for modelling • fillable card templates to help teachers make their own cards • a teaching guide in line with the curriculum • assessment guidelines and rubric, and record sheets • IWB-friendly/printable posters of the writing process and different types of text • writing scaffolds for different types of text • an index. Writing Prompts Box Year 2 • 9781458641106 Writing Prompts Box Year 3 • 9781458641113 Writing Prompts Box Year 4 • 9781458641120 Writing Prompts Box Year 5 • 9781458641137 Writing Prompts Box Year 6 • 9781458641144 Writing Prompts Boxes 2–6 • 9992101304181

MACMILLAN MATHS

PROBLEM SOLVING

iPad IWB

A whole-school strategic problem-solving program out of a box! Each box contains 150 enticing cards to develop and strengthen problem-solving strategies across: • Number and Algebra • Measurement and Geometry • Statistics and Probability.

Macmill

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PROBLEM S O LV I N G

Peter Maher

Box

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Box 2

Teacher Resource s+ IWB-Friendly PDFs

Teacher Resource s+ IWB-Friendly PDFs

ISBN 978 1 4202

ISBN 978 1 4202

Copyright © Peter 9394 4 Macmillan Education Maher/ Australia 2011

Copyright © Peter 9393 7 Macmillan Education Maher/ Australia 2011

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(Year 1) 9781420293937

(Year 2) 9781420293944

Extension activities are also included. The digital offering provides: • • • • •

IWB-friendly PDFs of all cards and blank card templates a teaching guide assessment guidelines and rubric posters record sheets, answers and index to Australian Curriculum topics.

Macmill

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Maths

ProBlem S o lv i n g

Peter Maher

MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENT Adobe Acrobat S 7 (or Windows: Windowshigher) XP Mac: OSX UNAUTHORISE D COPYING IS PROHIBITED.

Box 3

Teacher Resource s+ IWB-Friendly PDFs ISBN 978 1 4202

Copyright © Peter 9395 1 Macmillan Education Maher/

Australia 2011 www.macmillan.com.a u

(Year 3) 9781420293951

(Year 4) 9781420293968

(Year 5) 9781420293975

(Year 6) 9781420293982

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TEACHER REFERENCE

ALL YOU NEED TO TEACH TEACHER RESOURCE BOOKS LOWER–UPPER PRIMARY All All All All

the the the the

teaching tips you need. rubrics and resources you need. text models and lesson plans you need. worksheets and task cards you need.

Titles in the series include: Critical Thinking Ages 5–8

• 9781420204834

Problem Solving Ages 5–8 Problem Solving Ages 8–10 Problem Solving Ages 10+

• 9780732997663 • 9780732997670 • 9780732997687

Comprehension Ages 5–8 Comprehension Ages 8–10 Comprehension Ages 10+

• 9781420272529 • 9781420272536 • 9781420272543

Drama Ages 5–8 Drama Ages 8–10 Drama Ages 10+

• 9780732992644 • 9780732992651 • 9780732992668

Information Literacy Ages 5–8 Information Literacy Ages 8–10 Information Literacy Ages 10+

• 9781420269109 • 9781420269116 • 9781420269123

Narrative Text Types Ages 5–8 Narrative Text Types Ages 8–10 Narrative Text Types Ages 10+

• 9781420261370 • 9781420261387 • 9781420261394

Nonfiction Text Types Ages 5–8 • 9780732999629 Nonfiction Text Types Ages 8–10 • 9780732999636 Nonfiction Text Types Ages 10+ • 9780732999643

GAMES ON THE GO TEACHER RESOURCE BOOKS MIDDLE–UPPER PRIMARY

Fun, hands-on games that suit individual, group or whole-class work.

Poetry Ages 5–8 Poetry Ages 8–10 Poetry Ages 10+

• 9781420279061 • 9781420279078 • 9781420279085

History Ages 5–8 History Ages 8–10 History Ages 10+

• 9781420279993 • 9781420280005 • 9781420280012

ON THE GO:

DICTIONARY SKILLS

TEACHER RESOURCE BOOK ALL PRIMARY

Each book in this award-winning series is full of motivational games that reinforce specific skills or understandings. Skills overview charts make it easy to find the exact game you want. Grammar: Ages 8–10 Grammar: Ages 10+ Phonics: Ages 5–8

• 9781420203196 • 9781420203202 • 9781420204865

Maths on the Go Book 1 • 9780732978808 Maths on the Go Book 2 • 9781420209310

9781420209778

THINKING THEMES TEACHER RESOURCE BOOKS LOWER–UPPER PRIMARY

Activities to switch on thinking skills! Thinking Themes is a practical series packed with exciting, ready-to-use activities for popular curriculum topics. Everyday Heroes Ages 5–8 • 9781420297317 First Contacts Ages 8–10 • 9781420299199 Symbols of Australia Ages 8–10 • 9781420291216 Biodiversity Ages 10+ 9781420281767 Colonial People Ages 10+ • 9781420297324 Sky Watching Ages 10+ • 9781420291247

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

MACMILLAN MASTERCLASS Professional support for the busy classroom teacher

ASSESSMENT FOR TEACHING TODAY A guide to strategies and activities. This book enables busy teachers to develop comprehensive assessment strategies for collecting appropriate data that will add depth, breadth and precision to their instructional decisions. 9781420299625

TEACHING for SUSTAINABILITY Inquiry, values and action across the curriculum. Sustainability education provides opportunities for students to deal with current contentious issues and develop problem-solving skills. This powerful book offers a practical, flexible, inquiry-based action approach to introducing sustainability concepts to students. It provides: • case studies • a breakdown on inquiry-based learning and the action process • tips for teaching sustainability at different levels • four topic chapters – Energy, Water, Waste and Biodiversity – with background information, learning experiences and audit guidelines. 9781420293470

LEARNING with ICT A practical guide to integrating ICT across the curriculum. This book is a ‘must-have’ resource for all teachers seeking assistance with integrating ICT into their curriculum. A plain English glossary to demystify the blogs, the wikis and everything else is included. 9781420268836

Bestseller

INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARDS + DISC

IWB

Strategies to enhance learning and teaching using an IWB. This hands-on resource guides teachers through the skills they need to get started: • using IWBs for quality teaching • five keys to success • activities teachers can make • classroom management and assessment. 9781420265002

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Index A A New Look At Nursery Rhymes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 All You Need to Teach. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146 Comprehension. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99, 146 Critical Thinking, Humour & Text. . . . . . . . . . . . 99, 146 Drama. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99, 146 History. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118 Information Literacy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99, 146 Narrative Text Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99, 146 Nonfiction Text Types. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98, 146 Poetry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98, 146 Problem Solving. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127, 146 Alphabet titles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94, 99 Animals and Plants – Science Investigations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123, 142 Animals/Creatures/Insects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123, 142 Assessment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44–47 Atlases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 Australia as a Nation – Digital. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119 Australian Aboriginal Stories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74

Maths Rules!. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126, 143

G Games on the Go: Grammar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98, 146 Maths . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127

My Maths Scrapbook NSW. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126

Geography Investigations: Environmental Sustainability. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102

My Number Scrapbook (Vic, NSW, QLD) . . . . . . . . . . 126 My Phonics Readers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66–67

Get Real! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89, 138

My Sounds Scrapbook (Vic, NSW, QLD) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94

Girlz Rock!. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86, 137

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Global Atlas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97, 141 Gold. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43, 109, 113, 116 Gold Rushes, The. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116

On the Go: Dictionary Skills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97, 98, 146 Oral Literacy for Reading & Writing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16–17, 78–79, 135

Graphic Novel format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64–65

H Handwriting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92–93, 94, 138 Handwriting Rules!. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92–93, 138 High Interest–Low Reading Ability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68–69 History Inquiry Topics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118

I ICT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133, 143 Indigenous titles. . . . . . 74, 109–115, 117, 118, 119, 140, 146 Learn-Abouts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59–61

Boldprint Kids Graphic Readers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64–65 Boyz Rule!. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87, 137 Bug Boxes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76–77

C Chapter Books . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32–33, 52, 54, 68–69, 80–89, 136–137, 138 Charts, Cards & Posters .46, 78, 95, 98, 102, 125, 133, 138, 139,140, 141, 142, 143, 145 Chinese Language. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131 Choose Your Own Adventure titles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82–83 Classic Levelled Tales. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70–71 Classic Literature Boxes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72–73, 138 Connect. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10–21, 135 Connect: Oral Literacy for Reading & Writing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16–17, 78 Critical Literacy Boxes/Novels. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50, 52, 54 Curriculum Resource Packs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116

D Dictionary/Thesaurus. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96, 97, 98, 146 Differentiated Text . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72–73

E eBooks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12, 13, 16, 17, 18–21, 25, 26–31, 35–36, 38–43, 62, 72–73, 74, 78–79, 82–83, 84, 86–89, 101–102, 106–117, 119, 121, 129,131, 135–138, 140–142 eCharts: (see also Charts, Cards and Posters) English Mega Disc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140 Geography Mega Disc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141 Science Mega Disc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142

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Grammar titles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50, 92, 98, 135, 138

B Biographies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32–33, 42, 55, 57, 109–115

Nursery Rhymes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16, 78–79, 98

Grammar Rules!. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92, 138

L

Big Books. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16, 35, 38–43, 78

My Macquarie Wordbook (Vic, NSW, QLD). . . . . . . . . 94

Phonics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98, 146

Australian Gold Rushes, The. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116 Beetle Boxes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76–77

Mighty Mentals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126 My Alphabet Scrapbook (Vic, NSW, QLD). . . . . . . . . . . 94

Legends (in their own lunchbox). . . . . . . . . 84–85, 137 Listening Post/Audio. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14, 50 Literacy Network. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48–55, 136 Literature/Picture Books. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13, 18–21

M Mac Australia Topics. . . . . . . . . . . . 56–58, 101, 117,121, 136, 142 Macmillan Australian Pocket Dictionary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 Primary Dictionary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 Student Dictionary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 Student Thesaurus. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 Macmillan Classic Literature Boxes. . . . . 72–73, 138 Macmillan eCharts: English Mega Disc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140

Other Words Thesaurus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97

P Phonics

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

66–67, 94, 98

Picture Books . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13, 18–21 Poetry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16, 78–79, 98 Posters, Cards & Charts . . . . . 46, 78, 95, 98, 102, 125, 133, 138, 139,140, 141, 142, 143, 145 Primary Atlas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 Primary School Chinese. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131 Problem Solving Boxes: Macmillan Maths. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125, 145

R Reading Bees. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Reading Beetle Boxes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76–77 Reading Bug Boxes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76–77 Red Rhino Readers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68-69

S Science Investigations: Animals & Plants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123, 142 Science out of the Box: Energy & Forces. . . . . . . . . . 123 Scrapbooks (Vic, NSW, QLD). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126 Solar System/Space/Planets . . . 54, 123, 142, 146 Spelling Rules! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93, 139 Sport . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62–63, 115, 129, 136, 143 Springboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22–33, 135 Springboard into Comprehension. . . . . . . . . 34-47, 135

Geography Mega Disc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141

Springboard into Comprehension Assessment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44–47, 135

Science Mega Disc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142

Sprints. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80–81, 136

Macmillan English Writing Prompts Boxes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95, 139, 145

Sprints Flips. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82–83, 136

Macmillan Global Atlas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97, 141 Macmillan History. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104–115, 140 Macmillan Interactive Nonfiction Text Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139 Macmillan Lesson Essentials: Literature. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98, 139 Persuasive Writing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98, 139 Science Inquiry Skills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123,142 Macmillan Little Books: Alphabet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 Macmillan Masterclass Assessment for Teaching Today . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147

Star Girl. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88, 137 Stories from Around the World. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 Storycards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Struggling Readers (titles for). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68–69 Sustainability eBooks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141 Switched on ICT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133, 143

T Take Home Reading

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

75–77

Team Reads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62–63,129, 136, 143 Thesaurus/Dictionary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96–97 Thinking Themes

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

118, 146

Learning with ICT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147

Topics for the Integrated Curriculum . . . . . . 119, 123, 140, 142

Teaching for Sustainability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147

W

Interactive Whiteboards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143, 147

Macmillan Maths Problem Solving . . . . . . . . . . . 125, 145

When I Was Young. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116

Fairytales, Folktales & Legends . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70–71

Macmillan Primary Atlas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97

First Contacts – Digital . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119

MacWrite (Victorian Modern Cursive) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94

Writing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50, 52, 54, 94, 95, 98–99, 135, 139, 145

Flips. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82–83, 136

Maths on the Go. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127

Writing Prompts Boxes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95, 139, 145

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