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Liz Sharp - Learning Through Talk in the Early Years: Practical Activities for the Classroom

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Liz Sharp - Learning Through Talk in the Early Years: Practical Activities for the Classroom

Liz Sharp - Learning Through Talk in the Early Years: Practical Activities for the Classroom
Paul Chapman Educational Publishing | 2005 | ISBN: 1412903114 | Pages: 128 | PDF | 1.20 MB

‘This book is written in a straightforward, unfussy style directly addressed to the busy classroom. The activities have obviously been tried successfully in real lessons, and the involvement and enjoyment of the children as a result is quite clear.’
-Geoff Dean
School Improvement Advisor

Milton Keynes Local Education Authority

Packed with ideas and activities, this book is a lively, practical guide to encouraging young children to develop their verbal reasoning skills and communicate more effectively.

Activities include:
- setting up a talk corner
- using story bags and story boxes
- using Circle Time and playing games to encourage talk

There is advice on linking the activities to the various curriculum subjects and a selection of photocopiable material is included. All the suggestions and ideas in the book have been tried and tested by the author in her own classroom. The focus is on children aged 5 to 8, but the activities can be adapted to suit younger and older children.

Class teachers, Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCOs), Newly Qualified Teachers (NQT) and Teaching Assistants will find this book supportive, clear and rooted in good practice.

Elizabeth Sharp has been a Literacy Co-ordinator and Leading Literacy Teacher (demonstrating lessons for other teachers in her area. She is now a literacy Consultant and freelance illustrator.

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