Using Talk Effectively in the Primary Classroom
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Using Talk Effectively in the Primary Classroom by Richard Eke

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Published by Routledge .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Teaching skills & techniques,
  • Education,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Elementary,
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - Classroom Planning,
  • Education / General,
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - General

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages192
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10203702M
ISBN 100415342805
ISBN 109780415342803
OCLC/WorldCa144555265

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Book Description. Drawing on their research into the quality, quantity and type of talk that happens in the everyday primary classroom, the authors offer insights into the most effective ways of using talk to improve teaching and learning. This is the time of year when classrooms never look better, with colorful displays, polished tables, and clean desks and rugs. It's easy to make a classroom look good but much harder to make it sound good. Ultimately, the quality of talk in your classroom defines . Using talk effectively in the primary classroom. [Richard Eke; John Lee] Part One --chapter 1 The talk accomplishments of children starting primary school --chapter 2 The importance of talk in whole class teaching --chapter 3 Children's experience of primary school --chapter 4 What does an effective whole Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork. Using talk effectively in the primary classroom. Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Book Author(s) Richard Eke, John Lee Date Publisher Routledge Pub place Abingdon ISBN ISBN eBook. Access the eBook. This item appears on. List: ED - Languages (Year 2).

  To prep for a day’s number talk, come up with math problems that you want students to solve mentally. I used Sherry Parrish’s Book Number Talks to choose my math problems, which made planning super easy! At the back of this wonderful book, there are . In addition, having a terminology to talk about language - a metalanguage - means that teachers and children have a shared vocabulary about how to get better at using language. The material in this book covers all aspects of grammar in the new National Curriculum for English explained through: • Case studies by teachers • Vignettes of practice. Using talk effectively in the classroom Eke, Richard ; Lee, John, Based on the authors' analysis of what it is about teacher talk that works and doesn't work, this book will provide teachers and student teachers with a guide to using talk effectively in the classroom to raise standards. Using talk effectively in the primary classroom Eke, Richard ; Lee, John, Drawing on their research into the quality, quantity and type of talk that happens in the everyday primary classroom, the authors offer insights into the most effective ways of using talk to improve teaching and learning.