Ibn Hayyan: The Father of Chemistry: Level 8 - Collins Big Cat Arabic Reading Programme (Paperback)
  • Ibn Hayyan: The Father of Chemistry: Level 8 - Collins Big Cat Arabic Reading Programme (Paperback)
zoom

Ibn Hayyan: The Father of Chemistry: Level 8 - Collins Big Cat Arabic Reading Programme (Paperback)

(author), (prepared for publication by)
£3.60
Paperback 16 Pages / Published: 01/08/2016
  • We can order this

Usually dispatched within 1 week

  • This item has been added to your basket

Collins Arabic Big Cat is a guided reading series for ages 3 to 11. The series is structured with reference to the learning progression of Arabic at nursery and primary schools researched especially for Collins. This carefully graded approach allows children to build up their reading knowledge of Arabic step by step.

Level 8 books are becoming more complex, although still strongly patterned but to a lesser extent than level 7. Although the focus remains on vowelling to aid the flow of reading with verbal sentences of up to 8-10 words, level 8 books have more events and episodes, fewer repeated patterns, and more complex vocabulary. Non-fiction titles use non-fiction tools - including signs, labels, captions and diagrams - where necessary. Double spacing is used between words to ensure children see where each new word in a sentence begins and ends. Books contain between 90 and 170 words.

Jabir bin Hayyan lived in Kufa and Damascus about a hundred years after the birth of Islam. Find out about his life and work and why he is called `the father of chemistry'.

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN: 9780008185817
Number of pages: 16
Weight: 50 g
Dimensions: 210 x 170 x 2 mm

You may also be interested in...

Sound and Picture
Added to basket
The King of the Forest
Added to basket
Long Sounds
Added to basket
£3.10
Paperback
The Rabbits' House
Added to basket
Big and Small
Added to basket
£3.10
Paperback
Special Sounds
Added to basket
£3.10
Paperback
My Letters
Added to basket
£3.10
Paperback
I Want the Moon
Added to basket
£3.85
Paperback

Please sign in to write a review

Your review has been submitted successfully.