Teaching Reading with Impact - 'Big Picture' Thinking
A course developing the structures and processes for the planning and teaching of reading at whole school level – ensuring continuity and progression by year group. Models and ideas to frequently asked questions about creating an engaging, but rigorous, reading curriculum that ensures impact for all learners.
Multi-day course for
Emma Scribbans - HIAS Teaching & Learning Adviser for English - Emma Scribbans is a Teaching and Learning Adviser for the HIAS English team, who is passionate about developing an engaging and motivating English curriculum that raises outcomes for all learners.
Aims of the
understand and develop a rigorous long term overview to ensure children are
exposed to and progress through a wide range of texts and quality authors including
non-fiction, narrative, wordless picture books, film, poetry etc across the
create a curriculum that enables reading themes and conventions to be explored
utilise and enhance a text driven writing curriculum with the teaching of
ensure progression and continuity for the teaching of reading strategies.
explore shared reading vs guided reading – when, why, how?
break down National Curriculum reading statements - developing progression
across year groups.
long, medium and short planning – considering a holistic view of all
and enabling curriculum opportunities for ‘reading as reader’ ‘reading as a
writer’ ‘reading for pleasure’ ‘reading for pace and stamina’.
Other Booking Information
The total cost is Sub £250 SLA £140 Full £300 and will be spread over two financial years as follows
- 17/18 Sub £130 SLA £70 Full £156
- 18/19 Sub £120 SLA £50 Full £144