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Using texts to teach Literacy

Discussion in 'Primary' started by emjy83, Mar 10, 2012.

  1. Was chatting to my deputy head the other day and he was saying how he teaches all his literacy through texts ie read a book and write the different genres through that.
    I LOVE the idea and have been on courses that have suggested it before but am struggling to understand how to put it into practise. I tried doing some research online but have not found any helpful ideas so I was wondering if anyone on here has any advice.
    I am currently teaching Y2 and hoping to stay there next year so it'd be great to be able to start this off in September - or possibly even trial it after SATs. But any ideas from other year groups would be welcomed too.
    Thanks [​IMG]
     
  2. Msz

    Msz Established commenter

    I'm using Spiderwick with Y2 at the moment
    Instructions - how to trap a goblin
    Discussion - do sprites exist
    Persuasion - how to persuade a hill giant to take a detour around the school
    Diary - dairy of sightings of the creatures
    Non Chron - create own field guide
    Explanations - how to keep a Brownie happy
    newspaper reports - key events in the book - Simon's capture by Goblins



     

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