New PDF release: 100 Ideas for Teaching Literacy

By Fred Sedgwick

ISBN-10: 1847063578

ISBN-13: 9781847063571

100 sensible and encouraging principles for constructing creativity and literacy from beginning level via to Key degree 2. >

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Even some of the children who, in some schools’ parlance, ‘can’t write yet’ make marks that the adults interpret with the children’s help. 29 IDEA ‘VINCENT’S CHAIR’ 26 30 How can we make displays that draw the children into them? How can we make the displays more than static decoration? Those McDonald images have long been put away. What should be arranged in the classroom? First, I use postcard reproductions gathered from art galleries. Even the most modern art attracts and engages children’s attention, while many, if not most, adults dismiss it irritably.

We made pancakes. One group went to the shops to get the ingredients, another put the ingredients into the separate bowls, another made the pancake mix, Miss cooked them and when they cooled down everyone had a go to flip them and we ate them with a scoop of ice-cream. Imagine all the language going on here: on the way to the shops and words about safety and traffic; the discussion about the ingredients, and the luscious words as they ate. IDEA 33 SCIENCE, COOKING AND MORE WORDS Cookery is always the application of science.

39 IDEA BRING BACK THE ICE BALLOONS 32 40 This is a winter lesson, and a lesson for a time when it is so cold that there has been freezing overnight. It is also a lesson (as are several in this book) that point up the continuity between stages: it is necessary to keep in touch with what other teachers have done with the children you teach now. I pick up the lesson I taught with a colleague in the Foundation Stage about the ice balloons. I read to the children the words that they said, and which I or a colleague had written down.

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