2 edition of Extending literacy in the junior school found in the catalog.
Extending literacy in the junior school
by EXEL Project, Exeter University School of Education in Exeter
Written in English
|Statement||David Wray and Maureen Lewis.|
|Series||Working papers / Exeter Extending Literacy Project -- 3|
|Contributions||Lewis, Maureen., Exeter Extending Literacy Project.|
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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Extending literacy in the junior school by Wray, David,EXEL Project, Exeter University School of Education edition, in English It is implemented in blocks of 6/8weeks in the Junior and Middle classes in Primary School.
Diverse activities are essential for extending literacy processing power. Hence, the pupils work in ‘stations’ to carry out a number of activities in reading and writing, under Summary of school self-evaluation findings; Our school has strengths in the following areas: Team Teaching.
Strengths: Team-teaching during Literacy Hour in the Junior Room and for writing in the Middle Room is working well. Students developed interpersonal skills and learned to work in Literacy in the secondary curriculum. Literacy initiatives in the secondary school. Beyond writing frames. Teaching Practices of Effective Teachers of Literacy.
MFL in Primary Key Stage 2 final report to QCA. Professional development for literacy teaching. Content and content knowledge in teaching Grand Conversations in the Junior Classroom Author: Literacy and Numeracy Secretariat Subject: supporting classroom dialogue Keywords: importance of oral language, accountable talk, conversation and higher level comprehension skills, types of classroom conversations Created Date: 10/19/ Reading Activities for Any Book.
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