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Promoting literacy/differentiation across the curriculum to raise individual achievement and ensure whole school consistency. How do we get all our learners to achieve and succeed?.

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Promoting literacy/differentiation across the curriculum to raise individual achievement and ensure whole school consistency
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‘Differentiation should be seen as integral to learning, not an add-on for those situations when things do not go as well as planned and problems occur. Differentiation is not about troubleshooting. It is a concept that has to be seen in an inclusive way, applying to everyone.’

reading strategies
Reading strategies
  • Skimming
  • Skimming to get an overall impression.
  • Skimming a text using first lines of paragraphs.
  • Skimming a text using first and last paragraphs.
  • Skimming a text, using section headings.
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Reading strategies
  • Scanning
  • Scanning a text is a reading technique where the reader looks for specific information rather than trying to absorb all the information. If you\'re reading a timetable, say, you want specific information usually and so look for something that is convenient for your journey plans- when you do this, you are scanning.
reading strategies independent research
Reading strategies – independent research
  • Beware of the internet!
  • Provide clear guidelines/direction/questioning
  • Provide list of resources
  • Model first document researched –
  • Highlighting key ideas, referencing skills
writing strategies
Writing strategies
  • Sentence basics:
  • Sentences make sense
  • Capital letters & . ? !
  • Compound sentences: two sentences joined by a conjunction/connective, and/but/so
  • Complex sentence: main clause (short sentence) with additional info provided by a subordinate clause. Whereas Sam is a fan of Rose, I prefer red wine.
writing strategies varied sentence starters
Writing strategies – varied sentence starters
  • Lists: firstly, secondly, thirdly, fourthly, finally, next, in addition
  • Writing frames.
spelling strategies
Spelling strategies
  • Easily confused words: HOMOPHONES
  • There, their, they’re
  • Are, our
  • Where, were, wear
  • Practice, practise
  • Accept, except
  • Whose, who’s
syllables
Syllables

computer

How many syllables does this word have?

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Syllables

computer

How many syllables does this word have?

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How do we consume energy?

Keywords

Fossil fuels

Renewable

Non-renewable

Consumption

energy

1) What is the most used energy type?Is it non-renewable or renewable?

2) What is the least used energy type?Is it non-renewable or renewable?

3) What do you think other stands for?

4) Which type of energy is least represented?Can you explain why that is?

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The

‘s

is

in 2

‘s.

The

‘s

H

is known as a

and is where

happen.

What does this mean?

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Can this help you spell?

  • Which day of the week has the shapes below?
  • Look at the shape of each letter to help you spell.

T

u

e

s

d

a

y

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hear

You

hear

with your

ear

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because

  • Big
  • Elephants
  • Can
  • Always
  • Understand
  • Small
  • Elephants
subject specific terms
Subject specific terms

PIES

Intellectual

Physical

Health and Social care

Emotional

Social

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Can you link together any of your ideas/points?

Can you use a fact, opinion, example or case study to support the point you are making?

Pick out the main points you wish to make/discuss. 5 main points is plenty!!!

PEE

5

Point- Evidence- Explanation

Six steps towards writing success in Geography

Can you use connectives to develop and fully explain your point/idea?

Can you use a key idea or concept to break up and organise your writing?

Check your SPAG. Is your spelling and punctuation correct? Does what you have written make sense?

S- Social

E- Economic

E- Environmental

So, while, moreover, furthermore, also, and, then, besides, finally, consequently, since, therefore, eventually, however, in addition

Spelling-Punctuation-Grammar

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Words inside words:

  • vegetable
  • vegetable
  • vegetable
  • vegetable
  • vegetable
  • rectangle
  • rectangle
  • rectangle
  • rectangle
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