Teaching Writing Effectively: Reviewing Practice (2nd edition)


This self-support book for teachers and subject leaders provides the basis for a thorough review of classroom practice in teaching writing. Bringing together key ideas about teaching writing from contributors with extensive experience of working with teachers to improve classroom writing, the book covers: - the role of the English subject leader - purposes for writing in the curriculum - teachers as writers - talk for writing - the writer’s voice - issues of diversity and inclusion - spelling, handwriting, grammar and punctuation - response to writing - assessmen

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