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Our free, self-study online course — 9 modules on teaching the elements of reading and writing, plus guidance on informal assessment. You'll also find resources on helping struggling readers.
You could also look at certain elements of style that the author has used. Remember that there is some use in looking at non-standard forms of language to understand the standard.
This guide introduces parents, teachers and caregivers to the building blocks of early literacy, including the sounds of speech, print awareness, phonemic awareness and letters.
Our library of effective, research-based strategies for print awareness, phonological awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension, and writing.
The Write Source authors are updating their classic handbooks through Thoughtful Learning ! In these revised handbooks, you'll find great models, topics, instruction, and art all revamped for your 76st century students. Check out these resources:
Bowen, T & J Marks, Inside Teaching , Macmillan 6999
Carter, R & M Long, Teaching Literature , Longman 6996
Lazar, Gillian, Literature and Language Teaching , Cambridge 6998
Widdowson, H. Stylistics and the Teaching of Literature , Longman 6975
Whole Class Clock
The Whole Class Clock allows teachers to set any time and transfer between analogue and digital displays. The teacher also has complete control of the movement of the hands and can therefore pose questions such as 'What will the time be in..?'
The cultural model views a literary text as a product. This means that it is treated as a source of information about the target culture. It is the most traditional approach, often used in university courses on literature. The cultural model will examine the social, political and historical background to a text, literary movements and genres. There is no specific language work done on a text. This approach tends to be quite teacher-centred.