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Observing primary literacy

Observing primary literacy

Perkins, Margaret, active 2017, author

Making sense of what a teacher observes in the classroom is vital to their development as a new teacher and a fundamental aspect of high-quality literacy teaching. By providing real-life case studies that analyse what underpins interactions between teachers and children, this book will help them understand literary learning processes and develop their own practice. Key features of this second edition include: A new chapter on teaching grammar, spelling and punctuation, links to the National Curriculum in England and the Curriculum for Excellence in Scotland, expanded discussion on teaching phonics, clear guidance on how to undertake assessment without levels

eBook, Electronic resource, Book. English.
2nd edition.
Published London: SAGE Publications, 2017
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ISBN: 1473969077, 9781473969070, 9781526413154
Physical Description: 1 online resource (264 pages) : illustrations
Series: Core textbook
Subject: Education. Elementary English