Literacy Toolkit Write with Confidence HGIOS 2.1 Learners

Literacy Toolkit Write with Confidence HGIOS  2.1  Learners

Literacy Toolkit Write with Confidence HGIOS 2.1 Learners Experiences 5.2 Teaching for Effective learning Literacy Toolkit Write with Confidence Agenda Activity 1 Introduction / Starter Activity (5 mins) Activity 2 Hows it going / feedback (10 mins) Activity 3 New Learning (40 mins) Activity 4 Personal Action Planning (5 mins)

Literacy Toolkit Write with Confidence Activity 1: Voice on the table In a maximum of 30 seconds, share your thoughts on the image below. Literacy Toolkit Write with Confidence Activity 2:

Hows it going? SSLN Results: Writing Attainment 2014 64% of pupils at P4, 68% of pupils at P7 and 55% of the pupils at S2 performed well, very well or beyond the level for their stage in writing. This means more than 1/3 didnt . . . What are the possible factors that may contribute to this? Literacy Toolkit Write with Confidence Activity 2: Hows it going?

Private and Public confidence Children identified reading aloud and writing as activities requiring public confidence and that needed a lot of practice privately . . . Before children could develop confidence in their writing, they felt they needed to develop some private confidence and have opportunities to practise writing where their efforts would not be on view to the public via classroom wall displays. Kellett,M and Aqsa,D (2007) Children researching links between poverty and literacy. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation Activity 3: New Learning

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Select one of the quadrants that youre wanting to focus on over the coming weeks. Identify strategies that youre going to use with these learners to support/challenge their reading confidence. Share your action plan with a partner. Bring back your findings to the next session Literacy Toolkit Write with Confidence FOLLOW UP LINKS: Joseph Rowntree Foundation - Literacy Research

SSLN Writing Resource Save the Children - Rea d On Get On SSLN (2014) Results Literacy Toolkit Slow Writing - Highlan L&T A Focus on Writing d Literacy Blog

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