Anthony Horowitz.

In programme one Michael Rosen, a dyed in the wool Arsenal fan, visits the Hawthorns ground, the home of West Bromwich Albion, to report on a new scheme called Reading the Game. It's a nationwide initiative to encourage reading sponsored by the National Literary Trust and The Premier League. At...

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Corporate Author: Television Junction. (Producer)
Other Authors: Rosen, Michael, 1946-
Format: Movie Electronic
Language:English
Published:[England] : Teachers TV/UK Dept. of Education, 2006.
Series:Education in video
Reading aloud with Michael Rosen ; 1
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Summary:In programme one Michael Rosen, a dyed in the wool Arsenal fan, visits the Hawthorns ground, the home of West Bromwich Albion, to report on a new scheme called Reading the Game. It's a nationwide initiative to encourage reading sponsored by the National Literary Trust and The Premier League. At the West Bromwich ground pupils who find reading difficult take part in a literacy trail, which involves a tour around the ground and a question and answer session with one of the first team players. Also in this week's show: An interview with prolific children's writer Anthony Horowitz the creator of the Alex Rider spy novels. A feature on how Stormbreaker the first Alex Rider story is being used in one Birmingham Secondary school. And the panel Grant Bage of NESTA, Winsome Thomas an Education adviser to Birmingham LEA and - Victoria Shaw, a Primary teacher discuss Michael Frayn's book Spies.
Language Notes:This edition in English.
General Notes:Title from resource description page (viewed Mar. 5, 2012).
Physical Description:1 online resource (14 min.).