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Suzanne Gallimore
Secondary English : SEN specialism.
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Suzanne Gallimore Apr 18
...or just give them singular extracts if it's just revision, that way they can't physically go back to the start.
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Suzanne Gallimore Apr 18
Tough one Hol, you could encourage them to highlight words and maybe revisit the page as opposed to the whole book as a start.... Obvs I would suggest thinking about how you chunk the reading x
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Suzanne Gallimore Apr 11
Replying to @MissJoT
Great read! Thank you.
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Josh Funk Apr 9
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Suzanne Gallimore Apr 9
Completed a 'black out' style task then wrote a PEE to explore language used by the writer. Helped the students to focus more on the words and phrases left exposed.
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Suzanne Gallimore Apr 7
I've set spelling tests on 'Show my homework' in the lead up to exams...words such as 'Shakespeare' and 'Birling'. They seem to have no issue doing them in class either.
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Suzanne Gallimore Apr 6
bought 2 sofas & 2 beds yesterday. Sales assistant= great but accidentally took the entire total instead of the deposit. I then had to pay the deposit in addition to process a refund (?). This cant happen until Monday, not ideal. Please advice.
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Suzanne Gallimore Apr 2
Replying to @MissfEnglish
I give myself one hour in the evening and two hours on a weekend and that's it. I find I work a bit smarter and don't go off on a tangent if I am working within an allocated time . Worked well for me, personally.
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Suzanne Gallimore Apr 1
Binned our usual 'silent reading' today in favour of a more relaxed half hour. It was fantastic - boys reading together, chatting over articles. Made such a difference.
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Suzanne Gallimore Mar 30
I have never seen a person so shocked when I re-explained the final two chapters.
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Suzanne Gallimore Mar 30
Is there a 'Boy in the striped Pyjamas 2' ?
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Suzanne Gallimore Mar 29
Thanks for sharing your Trivial Pursuit, worked really well with my year 11s.
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Suzanne Gallimore Mar 27
That's me! That's where my strength lies and similar to you, simply unable to access, they still do the GCSE but I cater for their profound literacy needs. I love my job & it's amazing to see them make progress.
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Suzanne Gallimore Mar 25
Sure, DM me your email and will send it tomorrow!
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Suzanne Gallimore Mar 25
DM me your email. We set at our school & I teach the lower set: students with profound SEN and literacy needs. I have been using a simple formula, that has so far, worked well!
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Suzanne Gallimore Mar 25
Replying to @MrRprimary
I do this! Makes it far more manageable!
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Jon Severs Mar 21
How is your modelling game? offers you his version of what best practice should look like
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Suzanne Gallimore Mar 24
something useful for you.
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Suzanne Gallimore Mar 23
Congrats Zena! I love Litdrive!
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