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Teaching 'Time' in Key Stage 2 (presentation)

Discussion in 'Thinking of teaching' started by josephcarter, Jan 21, 2011.

  1. Hello. Could anyone give advice on teaching the topic of time in Key Stage 2? I would be interested to know what methods there are to help children learn about it, what works and what doesn't? Does anyone have any winning formulas? Also, what observations have you made in terms of understanding, in terms of higher and lower ability children? Any advice most welcome and many thanks in advance. Joseph
     
  2. Hello. Could anyone give advice on teaching the topic of time in Key Stage 2? I would be interested to know what methods there are to help children learn about it, what works and what doesn't? Does anyone have any winning formulas? Also, what observations have you made in terms of understanding, in terms of higher and lower ability children? Any advice most welcome and many thanks in advance. Joseph
     

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