The benefits of reading short stories with students.
Paul Cookson brews a spell of fantastically magic poems.
KS2 focus on the teaching of memoir.
Possibilities for Secondary school to adapt phonics progress.
Feedback and feedforward are personal – and can improve pupil engagement.
A really useful book for primary teachers focusing on grammar requirements, with a focus on fun.
Don’t call it literacy!
Great presentation showcasing literacy and geography ideas that could be used to support teaching and learning.
How to teach narrative writing is an inspiring and practical resource to support secondary school teachers in developing their students’ creative writing.
Supported by Crown House Publishing ‘Opening Doors to a Richer English Curriculum’ takes Bob Cox’s award-winning
Sitting the A’Level Creative Writing (CREW) exam with my students last week felt a little
I was once a National Strategy English consultant (nice work if you could get it);
Recent figures show that nine million adults in the UK are functionally illiterate, and one
Unseen poetry is stressful. We feel that it is never given enough time (because there
Published by John Catt, this excellent book supports teachers of secondary English Literature in providing resources and ideas to support all their pupils to succeed at the subject.
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