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Reading Under Control

Author: Judith Graham
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136764127
Size: 36.95 MB
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Now in an updated third edition, this best-selling textbook introduces primary teachers to the key issues in how to teach reading. The authors celebrate reading as an important, exhilarating part of the curriculum with the potential to transform lives, whilst also giving a balanced handling of contentious issues. Strongly rooted in classroom practice, the book provides comprehensive coverage of differing reading practices and resources. Key features include: managing specialized reading difficulties, such as dyslexia EAL and gender issues in reading use of ICT within reading a detailed inspection of the phonics debate. This book is essential reading for both trainee teachers and qualified teachers interested in continuing their professional development.

Writing Under Control

Author: Judith Graham
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135694036
Size: 76.23 MB
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Now in its third edition and reflecting changes in the Primary National Strategy, this best-selling textbook introduces primary teachers to key issues in the teaching of writing. Strongly rooted in classroom practice, the book includes: the history, theory and practice of teaching writing children writing in and out of school EAL and gender issues in writing the development of writing across the years of the primary school planning classroom routines and organising resources balancing the composition and transcription elements in writing monitoring and assessing writing meeting individual needs managing specific learning difficulties in writing, such as dyslexia With its companion Reading under Control (also in its third edition), this book provides undergraduate and postgraduate teachers with comprehensive guidance for the teaching of literacy.

The Primary English Encyclopedia

Author: Margaret Mallett
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1317232089
Size: 29.27 MB
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This newly updated, user friendly Primary English Encyclopedia addresses all aspects of the primary English curriculum and is an invaluable reference for all training and practising teachers. Now in its fifth edition, entries have been revised to take account of new research and thinking. The approach is supportive of the reflective practitioner in meeting National Curriculum requirements in England and developing sound subject knowledge and good classroom practice. While the book is scholarly, the author writes in a conversational style and includes reproductions of covers of recommended children’s books and examples of children’s writing and drawing to add interest. The encyclopedia includes: over 600 entries , many expanded and entirely new for this edition, including entries on apps, blogging and computing; short definitions of key concepts; input on the initial teaching of reading including the teaching of phonics and the other cue-systems; extended entries on major topics such as speaking and listening, reading, writing, drama, poetry, non-fiction, bilingualism and children’s literature; information on new literacies and new kinds of texts for children; discussion of current issues and input on the history of English teaching in the primary years; extended entries on gender and literacy; important references for each topic, advice on further reading and accounts of recent research findings; and a Who’s Who of Primary English and lists of essential texts, updated for this new edition. This encyclopedia will be ideal for student teachers on BA and PGCE courses preparing for work in primary schools and primary school teachers. Anyone concerned with bringing about the informed and imaginative teaching of primary school English will find this book helpful and interesting.

The Teaching Of Science In Primary Schools

Author: Wynne Harlen
Publisher: David Fulton Pub
ISBN: 9781843121329
Size: 10.56 MB
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Providing an up-to-date discussion of the many aspects of teaching primary science, this best-selling book contains a strong focus on constructivist learning and the role of social interaction in learning. Emphasising the use of process skills to develop children s understanding through enquiry, the book also promotes the importance of fostering motivation for learning through enjoyment and giving children some control of their activities. Other features include: using assessment to help learning the nature of progression in understanding, skills and attitudes creativity in learning science and what this means in practice the development of children's thinking skills. Updated to include cross-curricular links and all the recent developments in ICT, this book is essential reading for all trainee and practising primary school teachers. "

Growing And Knowing

Author: Mary Trim
Publisher: K G Saur Verlag Gmbh & Company
ISBN:
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This book is designed to meet the needs of professionals working with children and their books. Intented for use as a reference book for library assistants and librarians, in children's libraries, school libraries, resource centres, and general reference libraries, it should also to provide sound information for trainee librarians, teachers and parents. The primary function of this book is to serve as a guide to the selection of books for children, recognising the vast range of books published and the individual rates of reading and social development of different children.The first section focuses on 'The Child: Growing and Knowing through Books', applying reading development theories of the 20th and 21st century to the selection of specific books and covering the characteristics of the various genres of children's literature, including the classics and award winners.There is also coverage of books for special situations and dilemmas and for children who are reluctant to read, along with a section on electronic formats.The second section focuses on 'The Professional: Knowing and Growing', providing ideas for book promotion within the children's library or school library and classroom.This section includes a contribution from Tricia Kings and covers the selection of books for children from ethnic groups communities through out the world.There are also ideas for books for fathers and sons to enjoy reading together.

A Story To Tell

Author: George Murphy
Publisher: Trentham Books Limited
ISBN:
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A Story toTell shows how narrative--and particularly oral storytelling--can be used to bring literacy to life for primary school children. This ancient art provides models and structures for teachers to support children's understanding and use of narrative and reveals fascinating insights into other times and cultures. The authors relate how teachers develop their own storytelling skills and the abilities of children to share and retell personal and traditional tales. In A Story toTell performers, teachers and students describe how stories from all parts of the world can be enjoyed, discussed, adapted and performed to develop language and literacy learning. They explore the use of stories in humanities, religious education and other areas of the curriculum. The role of visiting professional storytellers is examined, with examples of their work with children and teachers in the UK and Ireland. And the student storytellers' adaptation and retelling of Asian, African and European tales from their own childhood are fascinating and inspiring.

Primary English Curriculum Guide

Author: Christine Moorcroft
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134127146
Size: 43.34 MB
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First Published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Teaching Speaking And Listening In The Primary School

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Publisher: David Fulton Pub
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This is a text for students on primary initial teacher training courses and a practical handbook for primary teachers which looks at developing children's abilities in speaking and listening, as required by the National Curriculum. The authors discuss the links between language and learning, offer case studies and suggestions for classroom practice, and provide stimulating activities to help pupils to become more articulate, coherent and effective in standard English.

Learning And Teaching In Primary Schools

Author: Denis Hayes
Publisher: Learning Matters
ISBN: 1844458237
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This is an essential text for all primary trainees, covering the fundamental issues for learning and teaching in primary schools today. It motivates and challenges trainees at the same time as guiding them through the Standards for the Award of QTS. Chapters explore the major themes in teacher education, such as behaviour, communication and creativity, encouraging reflection on key questions and professional dilemmas. In addition, two key chapters provide specific advice to help trainees interpret and fully understand the standards, with strategies for successfully implementing them and demonstrating how each of the standards can be met.