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Alison Lister
A mother, a wife, a friend, a teacher.
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Alison Lister Jul 12
Great tips - thank you 😊
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Alison Lister Jul 11
Replying to @MrDGrogan @JamesTheo
This is my favourite response, about anything!
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Alison Lister Jul 11
Hurrah! Thank you for sharing!
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Alison Lister Jul 11
Replying to @word_nerd1
KS3: If it’s equal, each do their own unit OR choose to collaborate. If it’s not, usually person with less will do library/spag lesson and/or whatever suggested by main taecher. KS4: if equal Lang/Lit split; if not one does a poem a week inc unseen
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Alison Lister Jul 11
I finished Black Flamingo last night. SUCH an important book: lyrical, emotional, thought-provoking, stirring. thank you 🙏🏻
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Alison Lister Jul 10
love this! Cake baking still en pointe (but still no condensed milk 🤦‍♀️).
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Alison Lister Jul 10
Always! 🥰
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Alison Lister Jul 10
I have 4 out of 12: one is my second; one is a lead teacher; one is SENDCO and one is only partly mine for two classes!
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Alison Lister Jul 8
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Mrs Horler at Frank’s Place Jul 8
Come and work with me , for a fabulous organisation . Great kids and the most amazing colleagues . ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
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Alison Lister Jul 8
It speaks to my edu-orator but not especially to my politics. 😂
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Alison Lister Jul 7
AR has an online library which we could link to Google Classroom .
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Alison Lister Jul 6
I haven’t been able to watch any but this would have been a cert!
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Alison Lister Jul 6
Home Fire is fantastic! Terrible but fantastic.
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RaeMeade Jul 6
So excited to watch our wonderful Year 10 student Eedie in the virtual semi-final this evening!
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Alison Lister Jul 6
Replying to @EngChatUK
In my current context I advocate getting straight in; in previous context, intros were explicitly taught. Will get there in current context- just need a bit of time.
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The York English Language Toolkit Jul 6
Ch 12 in this volume features in Paul Drew's case study on courtroom questioning at our CPD workshop on Friday!
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Alison Lister Jul 6
I think also important to realise that for some it will be the first time they’ve seen a particular idea. Plus time and practice allow for honing and re-shaping.
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Alison Lister Jul 6
Replying to @TeamEnglishNC
PLEASE make them available for longer or a link for later. :)
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Alison Lister Jul 6
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