An edited collection of articles by leading educationalists and teacher educators on the place of talk in the primary curriculum. Each chapter reflects on theoretical aspects of oracy translated into manageable practice.
An introduction to the place of talk in primary classrooms; talking and thinking (ICT); bilingual learners; children's social talk; open ended questions; having your own voice valued; storytelling; talking about grammar; group work; talk in the nursery; role play at Key Stage 1; drama; talking about literacy; talking about literature; talking about mathematics; talking about writing; circle time.
The Articulate Classroom: Talking and Learning in the Primary School by Prue Goodwin (Freelance lecturer to education professionals)
Prue Goodwin (Freelance lecturer to education professionals)
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