15 Minutes a Day Towards Better Writing!

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15 Minutes a Day Towards Better Writing!

Postby leesa on Sun Feb 05, 2017 6:25 pm

Hi All,

Are you frustrated in marking literacy book after literacy book (especially boys) which fall short of good grammatical sentences? You know the ones - then and then and then!

This book has the solution! It teaches different sentence structures over a short period that empowers pupils to create varied instant paragraphs in their writing. It provides instant results across the whole class and meets many of the Key Assessment criteria of being a writer in the new curriculum!

It raises attainment across all abilities and appeals to the logic of boys in their writing. It also covers many of the teaching points for Punctuation and Grammar from the new framework!

Take a look at the following link for further information:

https://www.brilliantpublications.co.uk ... ctures-667

Check out: Introduction and 'How it works' pdf for examples of children's work

The system can be adapted to suit your year group, class and their needs. I have used them for 20 years of my teaching in year 6 and this old friend has never failed me! Enjoy!
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