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Designed to follow on from the Jolly Phonics Pupil Books 1, 2 and 3, the Grammar Pupil Books builds on the skills taught in Jolly Phonics, and introduces grammar and spelling rules to improve writing and reading comprehension. Children are able to work through the Grammar 3 Pupil book and complete a wide variety of engaging activities, which develop grammar, spelling, punctuation and comprehension skills. Lessons are provided for 1 Grammar or punctuation and 1 Spelling lesson per week for a for a year. The teacher is able to support and guide the children with the Grammar 3 Teacher's Book. Topics covered include: * Revision of elements covered in The Grammar 1 & 2 Pupil Books * New spelling patters - tch, dge, ure, gn, gh, ex, n for /ng/, s, se and ze for /z/, a for /ar/, y for /i/, a for /o/, ere for /air/, and eer and ere for /ear/* Suffixes -'less', 'able' and 'ful'.* Proper adjectives* Nouns acting as adjectives* Collective nouns.* Pronouns - possessive/subjective and object* The present particle and the continuous tenses* Paragraphs* Subject and object in a sentence* Conjunctions* Questions and exclamations in speech
Designed to accompany the Grammar 1 Pupil Book, the Grammar 1 Teacher's Book provides detailed lesson guidance for teaching spelling and grammar to children in the year after Jolly Phonics. Clear, child-friendly descriptions of grammar points are given and described in depth. The structured lesson guides in the Grammar 1 Teacher's Book correspond to the activity pages in the Grammar 1 Pupil Book, and provide material for teaching 1 Spelling and 1 Grammar/Punctuation lesson per week for a year. Plenty of teaching ideas and extension activities are also included.
This practical guide considers the research evidence that is needed to inform enlightened practice, and offers concrete suggestions and teaching approaches for early years settings and classrooms. This comprehensive book shows the 'what' the 'how' and the 'why' of innovative, creative practice for teaching language and literacy. The author clearly examines how young children learn to use both spoken and written language, and shows how to assess, plan and teach for the effective learning of speaking, listening, reading and writing. Each chapter includes case studies, learning and teaching suggestions and further reading, and topics covered include: o Learning to communicate o Developing spoken language in early years settings and classrooms o The links between oracy and literacy o The inter-relatedness of the literacy process o Teaching literacy holistically o The assessment of language and literacy o Supporting literacy in Keystage 1, teaching reading and teaching writing for different purposes o Children and books o Teaching children for whom English is an additional language o Language, literacy, learning and ICT.
This book outlines and critiques international strategies and programmes designed to address difficulties in literacy development. The high-profile team of contributors consider teaching programmes which operate at family, school, pupil and teacher levels. They argue that school is not the only legitimate location for literacy education, and show how difficulties in literacy can be addressed sequentially, both in and out of the school context. Issues addressed include: *the dilemmas facing practitioners in choosing between multiple approaches to practice *the factors which must be addressed in strategies which operate at the level of the family and the community *how to ensure the school can support programmes designed to improve literacy learning *how to put theory into practice in programmes designed for use with individual students *the teacher as 'reflective practitioner' - developing professional practice which effectively raises literacy achievement. This book will be of interest to postgraduate students, teachers, researchers, educational professionals and policymakers who are looking for practical strategies to address difficulties in literacy development. This reader forms the basis of the Open University's Difficulties in Literacy Development course, and is ideal for similar courses nationally and internationally.
Designed to accompany the Grammar 5 Student Book. Builds on the skills taught in Jolly Phonics, Grammar 1, Grammar 2, Grammar 3 and Grammar 4 providing detailed lesson guidance for teaching spelling and grammar to children in their sixth year of school.
Systematic synthetic phonics is a key strategy in the teaching of reading. This text supports trainee teachers working towards primary QTS in how to use phonics effectively. It explores what works in phonics teaching, and why. It begins with the subject knowledge that underpins effective teaching and goes on to explore pedagogy from the early years to Key Stage 2. The book includes a review of different popular phonics programmes, set against the DfE (2011) criteria for high-quality phonics teaching. This second edition has been updated in line with the new National Curriculum, includes new guidance on the Year 1 phonics screening check and new lessons ideas and practical guidance for teaching phonics.

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