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EYPS

After 30 years as a literacy specialist, Sue Palmer is now also widely known for her books on modern childhood - Toxic Childhood, Detoxing Childhood and 21st Centuary Children. This course, brings together her research on lifestyle changes and literacy expertise to provide insights into language development and its impact on learning and ways of organising and recording learning across the curriculum

£120.00 + VAT
(Duration: 9.00am - 3.30pm )

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Stated learning outcomes for this course

This course will provide: 

- Insights into language development and its mpact on learning

- A simple modle for teaching literacy across the curriculum 

- Ways of organising and recording learning across the curriculum 

- Ideas for developing active learning, 'talk for learning' and 'talk for writing' 


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