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Introduction to the renewed Framework for secondary English. It identifies yearly learning objectives that encourage ambition and provide challenge for all pupils, showing progression in the subject. The objectives will ensure full coverage of the programme of study at both Key Stages 3 and 4 and establish a minimum expectation for the progression of most pupils.
Six speaking and listening lesson clips, ranging across Years 7 to 11, give a quick overview of the structure, main focus and content of each lesson. They illustrate dialogic teaching, modelling, persuasive talk and interviewing, and Socratic talk.
Introduction to the required knowledge, skills, and techniques, types of talk, and contexts for effective teaching of speaking and listening.
Introduction to the Teaching Speaking and Listening materials. Teaching Speaking and Listening is designed to help you improve your teaching of speaking and listening so that your pupils develop into confident and skilful speakers and listeners.
The comparison of pupils' attainment and progress with the expectations and estimates that we have for them and with external benchmarks is an important element of the school evaluation process.
Describes the concept of confidence in analysing pupil performance.
Planning and resources material for the Study Plus English course.
Links to guidance and support pages for subject specialists, to enhance planning, teaching, learning and assessment in English.
Overview of the key elements of the Framework outlining what is available for subject leaders to carry out: Planning, Evaluation, adaptation to meet own circumstances, teaching approaches and learning opportunities, pupil progress.
An overview and summary of the planning and teaching guidance provided by the English Framework documentation and website, which lists the revised objectives and goals.
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