Unlock your full potential with this revision guide which focuses on the key content and skills you need to succeed in AQA GCSE Modern World History How this revision guide helps you:
- It condenses each topic into easy-to-revise chunks - There is a revision task for each chunk of content to make sure you have understood and learnt the key information - Key term boxes help you learn the essential vocabulary - Exam Practice provides sample exam questions for each topic - and you can check your answers online - Exam tips explain how to approach each kind of sample question and help you avoid the most common mistakes people make in their exams This second edition is for the revised specification for first examination in Summer 2015.
Cet article propose un tour d'horizon des usages des dessins d'enfants dans l'histoire de l'aide humanitaire à l'aide d'exemples, du Canada et d'ailleurs, tirés des recherches de l'auteure. Il se penche à la fois sur les usages des dessins par diverses organisations au cours des dernières décennies et sur les emplois que les historiens en ont faits. À l'aide d'outils empruntés à plusieurs disciplines, il propose des clefs de compréhension qui permettent de réfléchir à l'histoire de la psychologie enfantine, de la pédagogie, de l'art enfantin, des relations humanitaires entre générations, des droits des enfants et des perceptions juvéniles lors d'interventions humanitaires. Il dresse un historique du médium, de ses promoteurs ainsi que de ses détracteurs et propose un ensemble de pistes pour identifier, malgré les obstacles, des traces d'expressions enfantines.
This book is about supporting all children to overcome their individual challenges to literacy. It is about considering the whole child when exploring options for interventions and accepting that many children have more than one need. It examines the many factors that can contribute to literacy difficulties and highlights the importance of understanding the wider context when considering them.
The text draws on the latest research in education, psychology , neurology and sociology to illustrate how children's literacy development can be mapped against difficulties in other areas of their lives. This is a ground-breaking and accessible book for all trainee and existing primary teachers working with young children who are experiencing difficulty with reading, written and spoken language.
With recent research findings by The National Literacy Trust indicating that 1 in 2 children enjoy writing, should primary school teachers be using it more? There are opportunities for teaching and learning writing in all subjects and all lessons.
Inviting Writing supports you to find these opportunities and to plan, assess and develop children's writing for a range of purposes in a range of styles. Chapters cover every curriculum subject and explore the unique writing opportunities for each one. It helps you to focus on teaching the skills of composition and on taking writing forward. Examples of good practice are included throughout, alongside suggestions for teaching activities. This book also outlines the many ways in which children's writing can be evidenced and encourages you to reconsider the ways in which children's progress in writing can be tracked and captured.
This is a practical guide to teaching writing across the curriculum.
Language and communication are essential in the classroom: essential in children's learning, essential in teachers' communication with children, and essential in children's understanding of themselves and their world.
This book is a guide for trainee and beginning teachers on how to support and develop talk in the classroom. It explores the theory behind the teaching of language and communication skills and includes lots of practical advice on how to translate this into the classroom. It tackles the challenges and issues of managing talk in the classroom setting, and explores the role of language in children's learning.
The book addresses the challenge of language difficulties and delayed language development among children entering school. The crucial role of adults in supporting early language development is explained, and the book also considers the needs of children for whom English is an additional language.
Lesson planning in line with the new Primary National Curriculum!
Phonics is taught every day in primary schools across England. It is fully embedded in the National Curriculum and is a huge part of teaching children to read. How do you ensure that you understand both what and how to teach? How do you separate good phonics teaching from the many phonics schemes that are used? What does a good phonics lesson look like? This text provides exemplar lessons in phonics and supports you to teach tricky words, alternative spellings, and pronunciation as well as addressing other phonics teaching challenges. It explores the most popular phonics schemes and shows you how good phonics teaching works across schemes. The adaptable and inspired lesson plans included, highlight how phonics teaching can be fun, offering ideas for teaching phonics outdoors, whole class phonics teaching and nonsense words. Did you know that this book is part of the Lessons in Teaching series?
WHAT IS THE LESSONS IN TEACHING SERIES?
Suitable for any teacher at any stage of their career, the books in this series are packed with great ideas for teaching engaging, outstanding lessons in your primary classroom. The Companion Website accompanying the series includes extra resources including tips, lesson starters, videos and Pinterest boards. Visit www.sagepub.co.uk/lessonsinteaching
Books in this series: Lessons in Teaching Grammar in Primary Schools, Lessons in Teaching Computing in Primary Schools, Lessons in Teaching Number and Place Value in Primary Schools, Lessons in Teaching Reading Comprehension in Primary Schools, Lesson in Teaching Phonics in Primary Schools
`Don't smile until Christmas.'
`Never be afraid to ask for help.'
`Always accept a cup of tea when it's offered to you.'
There's no shortage of tips, tricks and friendly advice for newly qualified teachers. But how can you separate the wheat from the chaff as you navigate your way through the first year on the job? Where do you go for sound, professional advice that is evidence-based and not just a short-term quick-fix that will later prove problematic?
NQT: The Beginning Teacher's Guide to Outstanding Practice is your go-to companion throughout your NQT year. Written by teachers and teacher training experts, it guides you through your first year in teaching by extending your training and supporting you to keep learning. It covers areas NQTs say they need more support on including assessment, classroom behaviour and work-life balance and every chapter is linked to the Teachers' Standards and explores what they mean for you in the classroom.
How can you help children to develop a love of reading and books? Which books are the best ones to use in primary teaching?
How do you make the most of children's literature in teaching across the curriculum?
Trainee and experienced primary school teachers need an advanced knowledge of children's literature. This is your guide to the range of and scope of children's literature for the primary classroom. Through the exploration of different genres it covers a wide range of literature and helps you to consider what we mean by literature. Case studies that model good practice are included with suggestions for practical activities using literature to enhance teaching across the curriculum. Throughout, book recommendations show how specific texts can be used for teaching in exciting and innovative ways.
What's new to this edition?
- updated in line with the new Primary National Curriculum
- includes new content on supporting children for whom English is an Additional Language
- an extensive list of book recommendations for primary teaching
- how to get more out of classic texts
- introduces new texts and new children's authors