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|Description||Singing songs, reciting chants and rhymes and following beats and rhythms play an essential role in laying the foundation for reading readiness and the success of systematic phonics teaching. This fun and highly practical day will offer ideas to develop children’s phonological awareness including sharing a range of high quality texts that help children to develop an ear for rhythm and rhyme as well as traditional nursery rhymes and songs.|
|Categories||English / Literacy|
|Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students||• Reflect on research that demonstrate links between early music making and the acquisition of language;
• understand the integral relationship between music and early phonological development;
• increase confidence and ability in using music;
• learn about the way that songs work as patterns and how to improve performance and enjoyment;
• investigate ways to use songs to develop children’s social skills.
|Evidence underpinning this approach||CLPE is well known for research based publications like The Reader in the Writer and Understanding Spelling. Our research work is based on trialling, testing and refining approaches in classrooms. We link our research to our professional development programmes to ensure that we share our findings and using examples from schools as they try new ideas or embed practices.|
|How users/participants can evaluate success||We ensure that all our professional development is rigorously evaluated - we have good systems for evaluating our day courses and inservice provision as well as sign posting future development opportunities|
|Follow-up activities and support||Each of our courses can be part of a series and we advise on the best approaches for each participant. We can also provide bespoke inservice training and development at the centre or within schools.|
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