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Education & Reference
  • Author:
    Kate Grant
  • ISBN:
    0439018285
  • ISBN13:
    978-0439018289
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  • Publisher:
    Scholastic (November 17, 2000)
  • Pages:
    48 pages
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    Education & Reference
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Special needs literary resources for group time.

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The National Curriculum for England was first introduced by the Education Reform Act of 1988. At the time of its introduction the legislation applied to both England and Wales. However, education later became a devolved matter for the Welsh government. The current statutory National Curriculum dates from 2014 at which point it was introduced to most year groups across primary and secondary education. Some elements were introduced in September 2015.

The English national curriculum means children in different schools (at primary and secondary level) study the same subjects to similar . The national curriculum is organised into blocks of years called ‘key stages’ (KS).

The English national curriculum means children in different schools (at primary and secondary level) study the same subjects to similar standards - it's split into key stages with tests. At the end of each key stage, the teacher will formally assess your child’s performance.

Principles of Mathematics by Master Books Homeschool Curriculum .

Community-based programs frequently expand on the curriculum that was introduced in the classroom. For instance, students may be introduced to environmental conservation in the classroom. Under some definitions, curriculum is prescriptive, and is based on a more general syllabus which merely specifies what topics must be understood and to what level to achieve a particular grade or standard. The word Syllabus originates from Greek.

Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) activities are often characterized as useful .

Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) activities are often characterized as useful strategies for enhancing student learning. In this talk, WAC activities are considered as critical thinking activities. 21. Plenary Speakers. Professor Angel Lin. The University of Hong Kong.

Special Needs Literacy is a series of fully photocopiable teacher's books. Each book contains: * 'crib sheets' specially written with non-specialist classroom helpers in mind; * thirty 20-minute group activities for word, sentence, or text level tasks - enough for 6 weeks (half a term) of literacy hours; * reading extracts that cover a range of genres and interest levels appropriate for a particular year groups; * activities pitched at a lower Reading Level. For example, texts in the Year 3 book have a range and genre appropriate to Y3 but these are matched with Level 2 activities (for Y4 the Level is 2/3 and for Y5, Level 3). The target level and Framework objectives covered by each book are clearly stated on the cover so that teachers can choose as apprropriate for their needs; *suggestions for homework tasks. Fifteen of the 20-minute sessions are supported by three different reading books. The titles chosen are well-known and widely available - and may well be books that teachers already have in school. The reamining 15 sessions are supported by photocopiable text extracts to ensure appropriate genre cover. The units in this book are based on the following children's books: 'Tyrone the Horrible' by Hans Wilhelm, 'My Friend Mr Morris' by Pat Thomson, 'The Julian Stories' by Ann Cameron; and on the following photocopiable texts provided in this book: 'The Owl and the Pussycat' by Edward Lear (poem). 'Baby Animals' from 'I Wonder Why Kangaroos have Pouches?' by Jenny Wood (non-fiction). 'The Sun and the Moon in the Sky' (explanation).