Stories for Assembly and the Classroom Active Learning in Values Education at Key Stages One and Two by Mal Leicester
  

Synopsis

Stories for Assembly and the Classroom Active Learning in Values Education at Key Stages One and Two by Mal Leicester

This book is an indispensable resource for use in both the classroom and assembly, providing a delightful collection of fifteen original themed stories and activities, designed to develop key values and skills. Using the power of story, it stimulates reflection and discussion on a range of topics. The material is presented to maximise fun in learning, flexibility and coverage of National Curriculum guidelines for values education teaching. Amongst the key values discussed are: * personal responsibility and independence * co-operation and sharing * honesty and justice * respect for world religions. Each session contributes to key skills in English, whilst many of the activities involve use of co-ordination, numeracy and science skills. In addition, the stories are implicitly multicultural in flavour, giving a diverse and innovative feel to the book as a whole. An irresistibly charming, and yet practical tool, its topical tales and photocopiable resources make it an essential classroom companion.

About the Author

Professor Mal Leicester is Chair of Learning and Teaching at Nottingham University.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
168 pages

Author

Mal Leicester
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Publisher


www.routledge.com

Publication date

15th May 2003

ISBN

9780415286992


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