Reading for Pleasure – reviewed by UKEd Chat

13 February 2017

The latest addition to Phil Beadle˜s How to Teach series “ Reading for Pleasure: A passport to everywhere, written by Kenny Pieper “ has been given a glowing review by UKEd Chat with an overall scorecard of 9.2/10 being awarded for its content, authority and value.

œIf you are thinking about writing a book for teachers, use this book as a template. It™s truly inspiring, offering teachers at all stages of their careers ideas on actually teaching the subject with support, practical activities, along with ideas for assessment.

Click here to read the review and here to order your copy.

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