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English 7-11 : Developing Primary Teaching Skills - David Wray

English 7-11

Developing Primary Teaching Skills

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Learning to talk, read and write fluently are the most important skills in which a child must engage during their primary years, and are the key to the rest of their school curriculum. This book focuses on contexts for and approaches to the teaching of primary English at Key Stage 2, in the light of the New National Curriculum. Through a series of guided activities, teachers are encouraged to examine their own classrooms as environments for language and literacy development and to reflect upon particular teaching strategies and activities. Key issues covered by the units include an analysis of language and literacy; the processes of language and literacy; the use of topic work; a critical look at classroom environments; an examination of the texts which children read and write; and a discussion of the role of the teacher.

1. What counts as English language teaching in the primary school? -- 2. The teaching and learning of literacy -- 3. The reading process -- 4. The writing process -- 5. The purposes and processes of talk -- 6. Looking at literacy in classrooms -- 7. The texts children read -- 8. The texts children write -- 9. Language as text: structures and variety -- 10. From learning to teaching.

ISBN: 9780203138366
ISBN-10: 0203138368
Format: PDF
Language: English
Published: 16th November 1995