100 Ideas for Teaching Literacy by Fred Sedgwick

By Fred Sedgwick

100 useful and encouraging rules for constructing creativity and literacy from origin level via to Key level 2. >

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That tired old word primary school word ‘Display’ holds more questions inside it than many of us think. 37 IDEA EENY FEENY FIGGERY FEG . . 30 38 I am very fond of these rhymes, and it is difficult to do this activity if you don’t see some charm in them. I recite to the children some traditional playground rhymes. This category tends to merge into another one, nursery rhymes, but that term smells so strongly of Edwardian middle-class households, with nannies, servants, and Mother and Father having as little to do with their children as possible, that I am surprised that it hasn’t fallen completely out of use.

I still experience confusion while following a complicated recipe, or when reading a new book of poems for the first time. 25 IDEA LARGE OR SMALL? 22 26 I do the same with big/small, smooth/sharp, rough/ smooth, old/new and, after a while ‘people made these things/nature made these things’. It is imperative for me that these displays are bold; that they take up plenty of room; that they contain unusual as well as everyday objects; that they don’t outstay their welcome. Both these ideas fly in the face of current orthodoxy.

Why will that change occur? We made pancakes. One group went to the shops to get the ingredients, another put the ingredients into the separate bowls, another made the pancake mix, Miss cooked them and when they cooled down everyone had a go to flip them and we ate them with a scoop of ice-cream. Imagine all the language going on here: on the way to the shops and words about safety and traffic; the discussion about the ingredients, and the luscious words as they ate. IDEA 33 SCIENCE, COOKING AND MORE WORDS Cookery is always the application of science.

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