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Mary Myatt Jun 8
Well worth encouraging your pupils to take part in the either from home or school
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St. Andrew’s Primary School Mar 4
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The Halifax Academy Dec 10
In their Big Learning Lesson, Year 7 students discussed learning from failure & engaged in problem-solving activities, which enabled them to learn about their personal approach to challenges, both as an individual & as a team member
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@MissSPatelRPS Jun 17
Oracy Challenge! 🗨️🗣️ The next book you read on I would like you to play the following dice game and verbally answer the questions below with your partner! Don't forget to answer in full sentences.
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Damian Lawlor Jan 11
Took a risk in my lesson yesterday to try to enhance engagement in Science. Started with an arm wrestle tournament. Ended with Year 11 boys seriously discussing Newton’s First Law.
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Georgina Kirk Apr 25
Wide-ranging discussion between experts and , starting with how learning to put yourself across, to be heard, be seen, be understood, is vital not only to success in business but also to good mental health.
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Dee Tombs 🌍 May 19
Here is my teach meet talk on "developing pupils written responses using structure and oracy". Glad it has been found to be useful and has people thinking particularly about oracy in the classroom
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Roundhay School EYFS Jul 2
Look at these incredible children embracing our Talk for Writing English challenge this week ✨🤩👇🤩✨. Featuring a cute wave from P!
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Stacey Primary Feb 12
Here's one of our groups performing part of a poem!
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Mrs Hutchinson Feb 28
New small world story telling shelves - promoting oracy
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Miss Tunstall Mar 17
8SA blow me away. They really enjoyed sharing their persuasive speeches with each other using the ‘Traverse’ oracy strategy. Feel so proud of their maturity at a time of such uncertainty. A true example of what being an MEA Central scholar is all about.
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Sam Creighton Jun 24
Towards Dialogic Teaching by Robin Alexander is one of the books that has influenced my pedagogy and overall approach to teaching the most, so this follow up very much feels like a blockbuster release for me. I can’t wait to get stuck in
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OracyS21 Jun 19
🎭Want to hear what actor has to say about Episode 8 🔜 📱
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Helen🙋🏻‍♀️ Jul 3
Got 2 mins and interested in vocabulary?! Have a read of my new blog for - hope it's useful lovely peeps! I'd love your feedback and ideas - what works for you?😀
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OracyS21 Jun 19
🎙Not caught up with the lastest episode of our podcast on all things with yet? Check it out here 👇
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EPIC SALTS Apr 14
We love these free talk for writing activity booklets .. great for developing and skills!
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Driver Youth Trust Feb 25
Our classroom communication resources are now available in our - perfect for helping your learners to master expressive & receptive language and oracy:
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Sarah Lambert Aug 2
Slides nearly done! MELTC talks will run 3-7pm, register here: I will be talking about using & sustaining oracy in F2F/online/blended classrooms 💬🗣
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Oxford English Jun 18
We're excited to welcome for today's live webinar 'Ways into KS3: Transition in 2020' starting at 10:00 BST. Last chance to register! Book now: If you're teaching we'll send you the recording to watch later.
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SebThorpe Mar 11
1st time for working with students today. The students worked hard on so many aspects of confident & effective communication. Some stars were uncovered! ⭐️ Well done!
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