- Subject index
Why should we foster creativity in primary English? A practical and accessible text that demonstrates how creative thinking and learning can support primary English teaching. With chapters mapped to the Teachers’ Standards and links to the new National Curriculum, each chapter provides a case study exploring high-quality primary English practice including planning, rationale and ideas for the classroom. These are fully grounded in a wide range of theoretical frameworks, viewpoints and values. Reflective activities in each chapter offering practical exercises and additional reading suggestions, encourage trainee teachers to further their understanding of how theory translates to classroom practice. This inspiring book helps support learning, teaching and assessment without losing innovation, excitement and motivation for both teachers and children.
Chapter 12: Creative approaches Transition Key Stage 2–3
Creative approaches Transition Key Stage 2–3
By reading this chapter, you will have:
- Understood the importance of transition of curriculum and approaches to teaching and learning between Key Stages 2 and 3
- Developed an understanding of how to support transition for children effectively
- Reflected on the importance of creative approaches to teaching and learning in order to develop children as learners
- Explored a range of approaches to planning and teaching English at the end of Key Stage 2 and into Key Stage 3
National Curriculum links
Key Stage 3
Section 6: language and literacy. All areas: spoken language, reading and writing and vocabulary development.
However, there is a particular focus on reading critically, writing polished scripts for presentations, improvising and rehearsing and performing play scripts, using ...