Literacy teaching books for primary teachers

Teachit Primary has teamed up with Dart Education and Babcock LDP to bring you literacy based teaching materials.

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Book-based planning for KS1 and KS2

These English Teaching Sequences, written by the Babcock LDP literacy team, are a range of high-quality teaching pathways focusing on a variety of well-loved stories from the world of children's literature and a range of non-fiction too. With a clear structure for planning, creative teaching ideas and explicit grammar teaching points, these packs are a one-stop shop for text-based literacy teaching. 

Please note: The English Teaching Sequences and Think Reading are downloadable online resources so no P&P charges will be applied for these products.

 


Sentence Toolkit for Teachers

 

£21.00 + VAT on support pack only 

Bringing Grammar and Punctuation alive in the classroom

The Toolkit includes the book, teacher cards, pupil cards, poster plus free stickers.

How do we help children retain sentence level learning and be able to recall it independently at the relevant point? Are you looking for creative ways to respond to the challenge of the new English grammar, punctuation and spelling test?

This publication is a practical tool for helping teachers to teach grammar and punctuation and develop children’s understanding of how to use these technical features to write clearly and create effects for their reader.

The writer’s toolkit makes a link between a real-life tool and key sentence level feature: each tool in the kit enables an association to be made between the use of that tool and a writing skill that can be viewed in a similar way. Children can use this analogy to help them understand the writing process and how it works. 


Think Reading in black & white

 

£19.50 + VAT

A practical resource which is available as an online product, to support guided reading and develop your pupils’ comprehension

This downloadable online resource is designed to support teachers with the planning for effective guided reading activities. 

The activities are organised by:
• reading themes e.g. character, plot, research skills
• assessment focuses for reading
• three levels of guided reading: early, transitional and fluent. Taking children from KS1 to KS2 through reading assessment focuses.

Most of the ideas can also be used for shared or independent reading and are deliberately generic rather than linked to particular texts, in order to provide maximum opportunity to use the ideas with the book stock available to you.

Please note: Think Reading’ is a downloadable online resource so no P&P charges will be applied for this product.


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