Making Every English Lesson Count: Six Principles to Support Great Reading and Writing goes in search of answers to the fundamental question that all English teachers must ask: 'What can I do to help my students to become confident and competent readers and writers?'
Written by Chris Curtis, How to Teach: English: Novels, non-fiction and their artful navigation is jam-packed with enlivening ideas to help teachers make the subject of English more intellectually challenging for students - and to make it fun too!
Teaching Secondary School Literacies with ICT supports educators in this aim by offering creative examples of good practice. It provides commentary and research into what adolescent students are doing, both in formal education and socially, with regard to ICT and literacy.
Using their tried-and-tested English Method training, the authors unpack the core learning issues, such as differentiation and the development of thinking skills, suitable for initial teacher training programmes. They link theory and practice, with direct links to key theorists and ideas about learning.
Provides assistance on a variety of issues essential for teaching gifted students in English. This book guides the teacher from recognition of a high ability to planning, support and further learning. It includes an accompanying CD.
Contains what an English teacher could need to engage and captivate their pupils in contemporary poetry and prose. This title includes step-by-step lesson plans that are easy to adapt to suit individual teachers' needs, and includes suggestions for utilising ICT and homework ideas.
Are you stuck for ways to stretch your best English students? Focusing on what excites and motivates all learners, this book provides provision for your gifted and talented students. It offers advice on: how to identify more able students; what to do to get other staff on board; and successful strategies for working with more able students.
This guide for anyone training to become a secondary English teacher includes a 'lesson feedback' case study in each chapter combined with research findings to explore and analyse what underpins quality English teaching, all in line with the 2014 curriculum.
Exam Board: AQA Level & Subject: GCSE English First teaching: September 2015 First exams: June 2017 This English Revision and Practice range contains clear and accessible explanations of all the GCSE content, with lots of practice opportunities for each topic throughout the book.
100 Lessons is Scholastic's best-selling series to support primary teachers with curriculum change. This new planning guide will support teachers with their planning in preparation to deliver the new curriculum for English to be taught in schools from 2014. This title covers Years 1 to 6 including long and medium-term planning.