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Essential Primary Grammar

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Essential Primary Grammar is an invaluable resource to ensure that you are firmly equipped to teach grammar. It helps you get to grips with your knowledge of grammar for the national curriculum - including the spelling, punctuation and grammar test - as well as providing you with some tried and tested ways to teach grammar. Underpinned by a series of research studies which have investigated the teaching of grammar, it will support you in how to teach grammar in creative and meaningful ways whilst supporting you in developing your own fundamental knowledge of grammar. Uniquely, the book takes a systematic step-by-step approach to explain the grammatical terminology specified in the national curriculum. It also illustrates how you might develop children's grammatical knowledge by offering a range of practical activities which are rich, meaningful and support children's development as confident and curious language investigators. Key features include: * Easy-to-read chapters which systematically focus on grammatical subject knowledge at word, phrase and clause level * Guidance in each chapter addressing typical grammar problems or misconceptions, and some grammar jokes * Inspiring suggestions for teaching activities to help children develop grammatical knowledge in meaningful learning contexts * Reference to authentic children's books to illuminate the grammatical explanations and suggested teaching activities * Ideas on how high quality talk about grammar and texts can be fostered in the classroom "This book gives an excellent research evidence based approach that puts the teaching of grammar firmly onto a book rich curriculum that not only enhances subject knowledge but also awakens an interest in the grammar." Jo Tregenza, Senior Teaching Fellow and head of initial teacher training at The University of Sussex, UK "Myhill et al manage to tackle some of the trickiest aspects of grammar with clarity and a lightness of touch that ensures the reader never feels they have been taken too far into the depths of linguistics. Every primary teacher needs a copy in their bag!" Rebecca Cosgrave: Primary English Adviser Babcock LDP "This is extremely practical, explaining grammatical concepts in clear and helpful terms, and offering a range of engaging teaching activities for the classroom." Marcello Giovanelli, Assistant Professor in English Education, University of Nottingham, UK

EBOOK Essential Primary Grammar

Author : Debra Myhill
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Essential Primary Grammar is an invaluable resource to ensure that you are firmly equipped to teach grammar. It helps you get to grips with your knowledge of grammar for the national curriculum - including the spelling, punctuation and grammar test - as well as providing you with some tried and tested ways to teach grammar. Underpinned by a series of research studies which have investigated the teaching of grammar, it will support you in how to teach grammar in creative and meaningful ways whilst supporting you in developing your own fundamental knowledge of grammar. Uniquely, the book takes a systematic step-by-step approach to explain the grammatical terminology specified in the national curriculum. It also illustrates how you might develop children’s grammatical knowledge by offering a range of practical activities which are rich, meaningful and support children’s development as confident and curious language investigators. Key features include: • Easy-to-read chapters which systematically focus on grammatical subject knowledge at word, phrase and clause level • Guidance in each chapter addressing typical grammar problems or misconceptions, and some grammar jokes • Inspiring suggestions for teaching activities to help children develop grammatical knowledge in meaningful learning contexts • Reference to authentic children’s books to illuminate the grammatical explanations and suggested teaching activities • Ideas on how high quality talk about grammar and texts can be fostered in the classroom

Essential Primary Grammar

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New Essential Grammar Practice Primary 1

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New Essential Grammar Practice Primary 2

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Oxford Primary Grammar Punctuation and Spelling Dictionary

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This unique dictionary for primary age children has a new focus on vocabulary to support word building and usage. It is an essential tool for young writers to improve their writing. In colour, it provides clear information as well as a list of words children most often misspell backed by Oxford's database of children's writing.

New Essential Grammar Practice Primary 4

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EBOOK Supporting Pupils with EAL in the Primary Classroom

Author : Virginia Bower
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Supporting children with English as an additional language (EAL) requires detailed knowledge and understanding of their social, cognitive and linguistic needs. Supporting Pupils with EAL in the Primary Classroom highlights the fundamental principles that underpin teaching and learning, and examines practical strategies for classroom practice. The book focuses on the importance of recognising the knowledge, skills and experience that children with EAL bring to the classroom, whilst identifying the specific support required. It draws on evidence from an extended case study to illustrate essential points and combines this with an examination of relevant theory as well as how this translates to classroom practice. Key features of the book include: • Core knowledge and skills about how to support children with EAL • Case study scenarios to illustrate particular principles, pedagogies and practices • Practical ideas for the classroom throughout Supporting Pupils with EAL in the Primary Classroom is an invaluable text for those in teaching training, qualified teachers, senior managers in schools and those working in initial teacher education. "The author writes about the demands of teaching EAL learners with commitment, knowledge and enthusiasm. She offers the reader insights and examples from her own research and classroom practice, beginning with a discussion of bilingualism and language learning, followed up by an exploration the four skills and assessment in the classroom, as well as a chapter arguing for professional development and research informed teaching. In this chapter she stresses the importance of teachers finding innovative ways to enable EAL learners within the curriculum context. In the final chapter, drawing on the sociocultural framework that informs her work, the author discusses the challenges, constraints and possibilities for supporting EAL children in the wider contexts of pedagogy and policy. Throughout, there are case studies and examples, and the author writes with a sense of optimism that it is in the capacity of teachers to improve the classroom learning opportunities for EAL learners. Written in a personable and accessible style, this book offers an informative foundation for teacher educators and professionals who want to learn more about working with EAL learners." Dr Charlotte Franson, formerly of Canterbury Christ Church University, UK "As a teacher educator, I am often engaged in discussions around trainees' perceptions of the complexities of teaching children learning EAL. This book, rooted in practice based research provides an accessible and informative scaffold for those embarking on a career in teaching. The premise of the 'what' and 'how' is particularly useful and the sequence of chapters provides a well mapped journey for the reader, through the theory, practice and considerations of supporting children learning EAL. Exemplification, through the case study vignettes, poses reflective thinking points that can be readily applied to one’s own practice. Overall, excellent practitioner guidance that both consolidates subject knowledge and provides realistic practice guidance. A title I will be heartily recommending to my students." Gill Chambers, Senior Lecturer in Education, University of Northampton, UK

Essential English Grammar

Author : Howard Sargeant
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Primary Grammar Dictionary

Author : Gordon Winch
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The 'Growing up with Grammar' series and its adjunct, THE PRIMARY GRAMMAR DICTIONARY, are at the cutting edge of modern practice in the teaching of English grammar in the primary school. The four student books cover the development of necessary grammatical knowledge, from the early years to the end of the junior school in a practical and readily accessible form. The grammar is taught within the context of use, across a spectrum of literary and factual text types, and insights on modern grammar beyond the sentence are included. The series has been carefully researched and is written by one of the most published authors in the field of primary school English in Australia.

Understanding and Teaching Primary English

Author : James Clements
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Inspiring and supporting you to become an insightful, creative and professional teacher of primary English. Teaching children English is an opportunity to give them skills that will enrich their entire lives and is a crucial part of their intellectual development. Covering all major aspects of primary English and following the foundations set in the early years, this book takes you through your teacher training and into your early career in the classroom. Each topic explores what we know from theory and the latest research, and then demonstrates how you can use this understanding in practice. Drawing on the authors’ own knowledge and experiences in the classroom, the book is full of practical advice and strategies to support your own teaching, while also helping you develop your subject knowledge. Key topics include: · Reading and writing in the early years · Curriculum design and planning · Promotive reading for pleasure and teachers as readers · Teaching writing and its role as a form of communication · Vocabulary development and word knowledge · Assessment for formative and summative purposes · Oracy and spoken language development

The Essential Guide to SPaG in the Primary Classroom

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Are your students struggling to know their 'determiners' from their 'prepositions'? Are they struggling with word classes, phrases and clauses? This book is here to help by: Giving them what they need to know to teach all areas of primary grammar Explaining what's good to know to support more able children Outlining what good teaching of each part of grammar looks like in the classroom Suggesting classroom activities for all areas of the SPaG curriculum Also included is a section on the new SPaG test.

Collins Primary Grammar Punctuation and Spelling Collins Primary Dictionaries

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Optimised for colour tablets. The images in this e-book are not suitable for viewing on black and white e-ink devices. A colourful revision guide with three easy sections for Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling, and a Spelling Dictionary for ages 7 – 11.

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Author : Wendy Jolliffe
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This book is written by experienced teachers and teacher training experts to provide pragmatic and evidence-based support for newly qualified teachers.

Primary Grammar and Word Study

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Primary grammar and word study is a series of seven books designed to introduce students to parts of speech, ways to understand and choose words, punctuation and figures of speech. Included are teachers notes, English curriculum links and literacy character explanations as well as checklists.

The Primary Grammar Handbook

Author : Gordon Winch
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The third edition of The Primary Grammar Handbook is an essential reference for English Grammar, punctuation and usage, and is ideal for middle to upper Primary students. The content has been realigned to ensure a logical progression and a closer link to curriculum documents. The Functional Grammar section has been expanded to include models of text types referred to in curriculum documents. The text types are now divided into literary text types and factual text types. Grammar is introduced in a logical sequence so that students will understand, for example, the meaning of terms, such as phrase and clause, before they are discussed as part of a sentence. Content is logically sequenced and linked to reflect state and territory English curriculum documents. The easy-to-use contents list and page tabs provide a handy reference to support any language activity from word, phrase and sentence level through to text level.

Teaching English by the Book

Author : James Clements
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Teaching English by the Book is about putting great books, wonderful poems and rich texts at the heart of English teaching, transforming children’s attitudes to reading and writing and having a positive impact on learning. It offers a practical approach to teaching a text-based curriculum, full of strategies and ideas that are immediately useable in the classroom. Written by James Clements, teacher, researcher, writer, and creator of shakespeareandmore.com, Teaching English by the Book provides effective ideas for enthusing children about literature, poetry and picturebooks. It offers techniques and activities to teach grammar, punctuation and spelling, provides support and guidance on planning lessons and units for meaningful learning, and shows how to bring texts to life through drama and the use of multimedia and film texts. Teaching English by the Book is for all teachers who aspire to use great books to introduce children to ideas beyond their own experience, encounter concepts that have never occurred to them before, to hear and read beautiful language, and experience what it’s like to lose themselves in a story, developing a genuine love of English that will stay with them forever.

Everyday Spelling and Grammar

Author : Kathi Wyldeck
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This book is your easy guide to: the correct use of punc tuation the basic rules of spelling and grammar how to write effective letters how to spell tricky words tip s for preparing interest-grabbing résumés definit ions and explanations of language terms

Essential French Grammar

Author : Mike Thacker
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Essential French Grammar is a student-friendly French grammar designed to give learners a firm foundation on which to build a real understanding of both spoken and written French. Clear explanations of grammar are supported by contemporary examples, lively cartoon drawings and a variety of exercises. Key features of the second edition include: each grammar point explained initially with reference to English parallels between English and French provided where relevant 'Key points' box and tables that summarize grammar concepts real-life language examples in French, with English translations a variety of exercises to reinforce learning a contemporary primary source or literary extract to illustrate grammar in context more detailed coverage of punctuation, accents, spelling and the specific sounds of French This second edition includes an introductory chapter that describes the lexical and grammatical differences between French and English. A glossary of grammatical terms in French and English, useful verb tables, and a key to the exercises are also provided, making this an ideal resource for both independent and class-based learners. Essential French Grammar is an innovative reference grammar and workbook for intermediate and advanced undergraduate students of French. This text is ideal for students at CEFR levels B1 to C1, or Intermediate High to Advanced on the ACTFL scale.

Oxford Primary Grammar Punctuation and Spelling Dictionary

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The Oxford Primary Grammar, Punctuation, and Spelling Dictionary is the essential reference book for the test in May 2013. In full colour, it has easy-to-use rules and help, plus an alphabetical list of the tricky, and everyday, words including those most commonly misspelt, all backed by analysis of Oxford's unique database of children's writing.