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HELP!! Cross curricular texts to appeal to all, especially boys.

Discussion in 'English' started by tanyamorris, Jul 19, 2011.

  1. Am in a bit of a pickle as I have been asked to develop a list of stimulating texts to act as a base for our new creative curriculum (Years R-6). Bearing in mind that I am completely new to the Creative Curriculum, I am finding this rather a challenge.
    Has anyone used a particularly great text across the curriculum or have experience of teaching the creative curriculum? Can we really stetch a text across the whole curriculum and still manage to teach tight focussed objectives?

    All advice from those with more experience or indeed more imagination will be gratefully received.


     
  2. Am in a bit of a pickle as I have been asked to develop a list of stimulating texts to act as a base for our new creative curriculum (Years R-6). Bearing in mind that I am completely new to the Creative Curriculum, I am finding this rather a challenge.
    Has anyone used a particularly great text across the curriculum or have experience of teaching the creative curriculum? Can we really stetch a text across the whole curriculum and still manage to teach tight focussed objectives?

    All advice from those with more experience or indeed more imagination will be gratefully received.


     

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