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Big writing again I'm afraid!

Discussion in 'Primary' started by sajjy, Jan 28, 2011.

  1. sajjy

    sajjy New commenter

    I know I'm coming to this far too late but I think it's because I'm always loth to try 'new' things when they are faddy/trendy but I am at a stage where I need to (and can) push KS1 writing up a notch.
    Can anyone tell me what they do when they are NOT doing the Big Writing hour/hour and a half?
  2. sajjy

    sajjy New commenter

  3. Msz

    Msz Established commenter

    Big Writing isn't anything new or faddy really it's just common sense as I'm sure Ros Wilson would agree. Teach children the skills necessary to be successful writers and give them a Special time to show off those skills.

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