El Dorado: The Lost City of Gold (Writing + Reading)

£50.00 per class excl. VAT

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The reading element of this package is what makes this extra special and guaranteed to deliver literacy results! El Dorado is a book written by John Roberts especially for A Tale Unfolds to enhance your pupils’ writing work as you alternate between each chapter of the book and the writing of your own film.

When Christopher Columbus challenges the world’s greatest explorers to find El Dorado, no one can predict the adventures that lie ahead. Who will win the race to the lost city of gold and change the world forever?

This thrilling book, set in the time of Christopher Columbus, offers clues on each page to enrich the making of your own film making every day a detective’s delight for your pupils. It has two differentiated versions to allow less and more able readers to access the text at their own level.

Click here to watch an example of what you could make!

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Are you CRAZY?? Buying a teacher site licence is the same price and gets you access to ALL our resources! You can also buy a whole school site licence.

The reading element of this package is what makes this extra special and guaranteed to deliver literacy results! El Dorado is a book written by John Roberts especially for A Tale Unfolds to enhance your pupils’ writing work as you alternate between each chapter of the book and the writing of your own film.

When Christopher Columbus challenges the world’s greatest explorers to find El Dorado, no one can predict the adventures that lie ahead. Who will win the race to the lost city of gold and change the world forever?

This thrilling book, set in the time of Christopher Columbus, offers clues on each page to enrich the making of your own film making every day a detective’s delight for your pupils. It has two differentiated versions to allow less and more able readers to access the text at their own level.

Click here to watch an example of what you could make!