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Who should attend? Key Stage 1 and 2 teachers
How will it benefit you?
At the end of this course, you will have experienced the different types of nonfiction and be able to plan a unit of work for nonfiction writing. There will also be opportunities to assess nonfiction writing against national criteria and look at how assessment and marking can move children on.
To develop the skills required teaching nonfiction writing.
To develop an understanding of the importance of talk in the writing process.
To be able to assess nonfiction writing.
0930 Start, coffee and introduction
1000 The skills needed to be a good writer.
1100 The need to talk
1300 Planning a unit of nonfiction writing.
1400 Assessing writing
About the presenter
Jacqueline Harris is a Literacy Consultant in London and prior to that was a Deputy Head of an oversubscribed Primary School in Hertfordshire. She has previously run well-received courses around the teaching of reading and writing and has successfully lead literacy in school for over a decade. She is also involved in Initial Teacher Training through the Graduate Teacher Programme. Her passion is high-quality children’s literature and inspiring children to be lifelong readers
Early Bird discount will end on the 27th February 2017.