Tuesday 21st November 2017
London

USING LITERATURE FOR OUTSTANDING PROGRESS IN PRIMARY ENGLISH

Opening Doors

Outstanding differentiation in action

  • Embed the Opening Doors process to throw open access to the best texts
  • Use literary heritage texts as the stimulus for outstanding literacy
  • Which literature to explore and why?
  • Select high impact texts that accelerate progress for all through their immersive power
  • Nurture a passion for reading and a love of language
  • Improve written articulacy and pupil talk
  • Assess levels of progress

Outstanding English teaching

  • Reading: inclusive strategies which support English mastery approaches for all
  • Embrace challenging texts to build confidence and quality reading through the school
  • Writing: how to link quality text comprehension with quality writing
  • Boost comprehension skills, narrative techniques and writing quality
  • Thinking: gain a range of thinking engines, visual literacy props, and picture books to deepen knowledge and learning together
  • Use literature to inspire philosophical questioning

A richer, deeper, more creative English curriculum

  • Surpass Ofsted's scholastic excellence and differentiation demands
  • Sharpen the National Curriculum's focus on subject knowledge, rigour and literary heritage
  • Meet the Teachers' Standards for literacy

Tools to open up high-end literature for KS1 and KS2

  • 30 outstanding work units covering poetry and prose
  • Differentiation strategies using quality texts so pupils of all abilities can access them
  • Creative ideas for writing projects
  • Ready-to-use stretch and support strategies
  • Transition work examples with clear agendas
  • Best practice case studies
  • Questioning techniques
  • Interactive exercises to develop vocabulary

Who should attend?

  • Primary teachers
  • English/Literacy co-ordinators
  • Heads/SLTs to acquire the vision for deeper learning in English

 

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