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English help?

Discussion in 'Supply teaching' started by lauraee66132, Dec 22, 2010.

  1. Hi, I've landed some regular work (!?!?!) for a few weeks doing 1-2-1 tuition. I've always been very good at English, and it's only KS3 (since it's mostly year 7, I imagine it will be low end KS3) I'm comfortable content wise but since I am not a specialist (which my agency knows very well) does anybody know of a good website/book to get me up to speed on my teachers terminology for the subject?
     
  2. Try nationalstrategies.standards.dcsf.gov.uk
    It has all the lingo - Afl, APP - learning outcomes, self and peer assessment, targets and all that jazz. Kids are supposed to know their current level and their target level and what they need to do to achieve it. The website has tables for both reading and writing levels and sublevels plus all the Afl c r a p.
     

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