Primary English for Trainee Teachers

 
 
Learning Matters Ltd (Verlag)
  • 3. Auflage
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  • erscheint ca. am 11. April 2020
 
  • Buch
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  • Hardcover
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  • 392 Seiten
978-1-5264-9162-6 (ISBN)
 
What do I need know about English to teach it effectively in primary schools?

How do children learn English?

How do I teach it?

What does a good primary English lesson look like?

This is the ultimate guide for primary trainee teachers grappling with these questions. A comprehensive guide to teaching the National Curriculum for primary English, it covers both subject knowledge and teaching theory and practice.

This new edition now includes new chapters on the teaching of phonics and the barriers to learning English in primary schools, making it the complete course textbook.
  • Englisch
  • London
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  • Großbritannien
SAGE Publications Ltd
  • Für höhere Schule und Studium
  • Überarbeitete Ausgabe
  • Höhe: 246 mm
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  • Breite: 171 mm
978-1-5264-9162-6 (9781526491626)
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David Waugh is a former deputy headteacher who worked in ITT from 1990 at the University of Hull, where he led the PGCE course and became Head of Department. In 2008 he was appointed as one of two (the other being Wendy) National Strategies Regional Advisers for ITT. He is currently lectures at Durham University. He has published extensively in primary English, as well as developing e-learning resources for National Strategies for English, mathematics and mentoring and coaching. David also writes children's stories, including The Wishroom, which was written with 45 children from 15 East Durham primary schools and published in 2017.





Wendy Jolliffe is Professor of Education and worked in Initial Teacher Education (ITE) for 14 years; latterly as Head of Teacher Education at the University of Hull. She worked previously as a Regional Adviser for the National Strategies and advised ITT providers on effective provision for literacy. She has published extensively in Primary English and Cooperative Learning.


Kate Allott is Senior Lecturer in Education at York St John University. Kate worked as a literacy consultant in a local authority from the inception of the National Literacy Strategy. More recently she spent two years as a regional adviser with the Primary National Strategy, working on the Communication, Language and Literacy Development initiative.
1. The National Curriculum - David Waugh
2. Speaking and listening - Wendy Jolliffe
3. Vocabulary development - Jane Carter
4. Reading - Ruth Harrison-Palmer
5. Phonics for reading and writing - Kate Allott, Wendy Jolliffe and David Waugh
6. Spelling - Kate Allott
7. Grammar and punctuation - David Waugh
8. Fiction - Debbie Myers
9. Poetry - Holly Dyer
10. Non-fiction - Kirsty Anderson
11. Writing - Claire Warner
12. Multi-modal texts - Claire Norcott
13. Is there a place for drama? - Eve English
14. Planning for delivery - Kate Allott
15. Assessment - Kirsty Anderson
16. Mastery in English - Kate Allott
17. Challenges and barriers - Kulwinder Maude

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