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U is for…

U is for…Understanding. This is the most important part of your lessons. If you don’t understand, it won’t matter how motivated you are, you won’t be able to improve. If you don’t understand, you need to put your hand up … Continue reading

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T is for…

T is for…Times Tables. Your times tables are one of the most important things you will ever learn in your life! No matter what job you decide to do when you leave school, you will find that you use your … Continue reading

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S is for…

S is for…Spelling. Some children find spelling easy; others have to work really hard at it. If this is you – don’t worry. First of all, remember what we said about improvement. If you get 0 out of 10 for … Continue reading

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The Language Show Live 2012 – What I learnt from Helen Myers

Helen Myers gave a run-down of her favourite language learning ICT tools. Subscription ones Linguascope: I’ve tried this one myself, and personally I don’t like it, but I know that other MFL teachers love it. What I didn’t realise, that … Continue reading

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R is for…

R is for…Reading. The more you read the more ideas you will have for your own writing. There are so many different sorts of books around, you are sure to find something you like. Ask your friends what sort of … Continue reading

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P is for…

P is for…Presentation. Presentation is more important than you think. Your story could be fantastic, but if your teacher can’t read your handwriting, they will never find out how good it is. How can you make your work look more … Continue reading

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O is for…

O is for…Openers.  Read this story and then decide what is wrong with it: The grumpy, old man looked out of his window and saw a scruffy, brown dog digging up his garden. The grumpy man shouted loudly at the … Continue reading

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