Literacy in Ks3 and GCSE science - from keywords to extended writing RH298 / B113
You will learn about the literacy-related reasons why some learners struggle with science, and how best-practice literacy teaching can be used to overcome these problems. You will explore and develop practical approaches that are known to work well in science - from using keywords, to reading and understanding exam questions, and developing structured extended answers.
This session, is also part of our science department Recovery Curriculum Package - to find out more about this cost effective package of CPD for the whole department, go to our website:www.hertsandessexsciencehub.co.uk/CPD-and-Courses
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Who is the course leader?
- Explore literacy barriers to learning science – keywords, accessing texts, structuring writing
- Build literacy for science from word level, to sentence and paragraph levels
- Develop learners’ skills in reading, comprehension and writing extended answers for science
|Part 1||19 October 2021||16:00-17:00||Virtual|
|Part 2||08 November 2021||16:00-17:00||Virtual|
|State-funded school or college||Activity fee£60.00 +VAT|
|Fee-paying school or college (independent)||Activity fee£60.00 +VAT|
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