Books

Getting on with writing, Less good writing and Leading Reading

Homework activities for year 7

A task for every week of the year

39 photocopiable homework activities for year 7 students who need to consolidate year 5 and 6 English skills. It includes differentiated tasks for reading, writing and SPaG, and is designed for students to work independently. It is for English teachers, home tutors and teaching assistants.

Comprising one download, the student section features task sheets and the teacher section includes a tick sheet to track the tasks set and answers where relevant.

This is the same as Home Learning for year 6 – English on Teachit Primary, but has been specially adapted for year 7 students to consolidate KS2 prior learning.


Fix it writing

Fix it writing

Structured support to improve students’ writing

Written by Richard Durant, author of the popular Leading reading and Less good writing books, Fix it writing provides English teachers, non-specialist teachers and teaching assistants with a step-by-step guide to identifying and ‘fixing’ problems in students’ writing. 

Comprising two photocopiable downloads – a teacher handbook featuring detailed session plans and resources and a student workbook – Fix it writing is perfect for targeted support and intervention sessions at KS3. 


Getting on with writing, Less good writing and Leading Reading

Getting on with writing, Less good writing and Leading Reading

Teachit has teamed up one of our key contributors, Richard Durant, and Devon Learning & Development Partnership, to publish a brand new literacy series.

Literacy is high on the Ofsted and curriculum agenda, and Leading Reading offers advice on how to embed and promote good reading skills across the curriculum.

The Ofsted inspection framework and standards for teachers require a renewed focus on literacy and differentiation. Getting on with writing provides exactly this, with engaging, differentiated activities aimed at moving KS3 students from Level 2 to 5 in writing.

Focused on improving the quality of writing across the secondary curriculum, Less good writing offers a wealth of practical advice, ideas and short-cuts to literacy co-ordinators, senior leaders and teachers, and will help students to realise that less (writing) is sometimes more!


 

 

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