Fix it writing - student workbook cover
Main Subject
Key stage
This is a digital download product
Published: 27/04/2007
Updated: 19/08/2021
Resource type
Teaching pack

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Fix it writing - student workbook
£15.00
Description

Structured support to improve students’ writing

Fix it writing has been designed to support English teachers, non-specialist teachers and teaching assistants in identifying and ‘fixing’ problems in students’ writing. Ideal for targeted support and intervention sessions at KS2 and KS3.

This photocopiable workbook includes activities and resources to accompany the teacher handbook, enabling students to improve and build on their core writing skills.

An accompanying teacher handbook is also available.

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31/05/2020

Thank you for this resource! I've been looking for something like this for a while now. I teach KS3 in an SEND school and many of our pupils struggle with handwriting. This is really going to help me. And delighted that it's been made free during the pandemic crisis of this year! Again, a huge thank you!

Deirdre Nelson

27/05/2020

A fabulous range of resources for those who are reluctant learners and for teachers who do not have the time to create exciting and challenging work. This workbook does the trick. It can be drip-fed to each pupil with easily achievable activities. Thank you so much.

Valerie Long

07/05/2020

Thank you very much for sharing, this is a well presented pack which will be really good and motivating for some of my class during lockdown. Thanks again, very generous to share.

eliz Hanna

28/04/2020

excellent resourced, used for students for packs sent home due to the virus.

June Taylor

11/04/2020

This looks excellent. Comprehensive and user friendly. I intend to use it with my adult learners who write with some confidence but need to recognise and unpick grammatical and stylistic bad habits and misunderstandings that have been entrenched for decades.

mary peach

24/03/2020