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|Description||Research suggests that vocabulary, grammar and punctuation are most effectively taught in context. But how might that look in your English classroom? This course will help you to find out more about effective ways to teach the core elements of language knowledge and study within a dynamic, creative and meaningful curriculum. You will learn about some of the theories behind teaching vocabulary, grammar and punctuation in context and investigate what to teach, where and when. You will leave with a wide range of ideas, increased confidence, and resources ready to adapt and use immediately in your classroom.|
|Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students||Strategies for developing academic vocabulary.
Exploration of how students can apply key linguistic and literary terminology judiciously.
Developing students’ confidence in using a range of sentence structures for effect.
Ideas about how to teach the grammar of textual cohesion.
Learning about punctuation in meaningful ways.
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