Able Writers in Your School Developing the Potential of Gifted Children in Primary Schools: A Practical Guide for Teachers by Brian Moses, Roger Stevens
  

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Able Writers in Your School Developing the Potential of Gifted Children in Primary Schools: A Practical Guide for Teachers by Brian Moses, Roger Stevens

Able Writers in Your School contains ideas, practical advice and lesson plans to help you to develop the potential of the gifted and talented pupils in your primary school - and all the other pupils as well. Many children have a real ability for writing. This book is designed for teachers who want to develop the potential of these pupils. Over 70 inspirational examples of children's work show the standard of children's work achievable. In trial schools Ofsted praised the big part played by the Able Writers Scheme in improving SAT results from level 4 to level 5.

About the Author

Brian Moses, Roger Stevens

Brian Moses (pictured) spends much of his time visiting schools where he runs workshop sessions and performs his poetry. He has compiled numerous collections for Macmillan including The Secret Lives of Teachers and Aliens Stole My Underpants. He lives in Sussex with his wife and two daughters.

Click here for Brian's website, where you can listen to some of his poems. You can find his blog and tweets on the right hand side of this page.

Roger Stevens is a children's author and poet who visits schools performing and running workshops. Recent books are The Jumble Book, compiled for Dyslexia Action, and Why Otters Don't Wear Socks. Roger also runs the Poetry Zone, a website for children and teachers - www.poetryzone.co.uk

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Format

Paperback
144 pages

Author

Brian Moses, Roger Stevens
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Publisher

Brilliant Publications
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Publication date

27th August 2008

ISBN

9781903853993


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