Lesson for Every Day: Literacy Ages 6-7 by Christine Moorcroft
  

Synopsis

Lesson for Every Day: Literacy Ages 6-7 by Christine Moorcroft

Each book in the Lesson for Every Day series includes 190 creative activities for Literacy or Maths lessons, one for each day of the teaching year. Every activity is matched to the Primary Frameworks for Literacy and Maths, and structured by planning block, providing a comprehensive and balanced resource to support teaching all year round. Teachers' notes provide ideas for extension and support. Every activity is also matched to the Assessing Pupils' Progress guidelines, helping teachers as they gather evidence to support APP. The CD-Rom provides all the activity sheets as PDFs and Word documents, which can be edited by the teacher to personalise the activities. Every sheet can be displayed on an interactive whiteboard, printed or saved on to a school's learning platform.

About the Author

Christine Moorcroft is a former primary school teacher, lecturer in primary education and OFSTED inspector. Jane Ford is the lead teacher for APP in Belleville School, Wandsworth, London. Belleville is one of the largest primary schools in the country and was awarded the 'outstanding' grade in all categories at the latest Ofsted inspection. Jane also leads APP training in several neighbouring primary schools.

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Book Info

Format

Mixed media product
Contains CD-Audio and Paperback
216 pages

Author

Christine Moorcroft
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Publication date

12th August 2010

ISBN

9781408125472


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