Closing the Writing Gap Across the Curriculum
Suitable for: Heads of Department, Subject Leaders, Teachers, ECT's, Teaching Assistants, LTA
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|LIT533||KS3; KS4; Post16||
- To explore best practice in writing as informed by current research
- To explore how to support teachers to explicitly teach the different phases of the writing cycle in their subject disciplines
- To explore how to devise a whole-school writing strategy
- To explore a robust approach to curriculum planning to ensure writing skills progress through the curriculum
Are you looking to develop the systemic teaching of writing across your subject discipline? Are you looking to develop a writing strategy to improve academic outcomes across the curriculum?
Writing is a complex composite skill that comprises a myriad of components. This course explores how to demystify the process of writing with a focus on the generic teaching of the different stages of the writing process from planning to composition, drafting and editing, as well as the importance of explicitly teaching the nuances of subject specific writing.
This course is suitable for teachers who wish to refine their practice in the explicit teaching of writing as well as those teachers across the curriculum who have responsibility for developing a whole school writing strategy and wish to explore how to improve their long-term approach. Time will be allocated for delegates to reflect on their school's writing strategy and to share good practice.
Book 3 get the 4th for FREE
This offer applies to full day Secondary specific courses for English, Maths, Science and Learning and Teaching which are marked as such.
Network meetings and Senior Leader briefings are NOT included in this offer. The discount will be applied at the point the fourth place or course from your school is booked. This offer runs through the academic year 2022-23 only.
To take advantage of this offer please email email@example.com with the four courses and delegate names and we will discount the fourth place.
This offer can be multiplied i.e. book 8 get 2 free etc..