- 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 8: Reading into writing Key Stage 1 Non-fiction
Reading into writing Key Stage 1 Non-fiction
By reading this chapter, you will have:
- Developed an understanding of effective learning and teaching of non-fiction texts
- Developed an understanding of how using non-fiction connects with learning in other subjects
- Developed an understanding of how digital literacy can enhance and develop learning in this area
- Developed an understanding of the contribution of guided writing to developing children’s understanding of form
National Curriculum links
From Key Stage 1 Year 1
Pupils should be taught to:
develop pleasure in reading, motivation to read, vocabulary and understanding by:
- listening to and discussing a wide range of poems, stories and non-fiction at a level beyond that at which they can read independently[Page 134]
- being encouraged to link what they read or hear read ...