Engaging parents in their children’s English language learning

Engaging parents in their children’s English language learning
Teachers know how vital it is to get parents involved in their children’s education but it’s not so simple, especially if it involves knowledge of a different language!
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Three thinking routines to promote critical thinking at Primary level

Three thinking routines to promote critical thinking at Primary level
Providing opportunities for children to develop critical thinking skills can be a challenge for teachers. So where and how can we start? In this article, three thinking routines that are simple to implement in the Primary classroom are demonstrated.
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Dyslexia and language learning – Part 2

Dyslexia and language learning – Part 2
Dyslexia affects a large body of people and can have a huge impact on literacy rates as well as social and economic development. In this second part of a series of articles, we consider some techniques and strategies that can be employed to support dyslexic children learning an additional language.
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Dyslexia and language learning – Part 1

Dyslexia and language learning – Part 1
What do Kiera Knightly, Pablo Picasso and Steve Jobs have in common? They all have or had dyslexia
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Word Walls: More than writing on the wall

Word Walls: More than writing on the wall
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Tech Tools for Teachers: Digital Narrative

Tech Tools for Teachers: Digital Narrative
Tech Tools for Teachers: Digital Narrative
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This article focuses on the complications of planning classes for mixed ability students.

This article focuses on the complications of planning classes for mixed ability students.
This article focuses on the complications of planning classes for mixed ability students.
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Why hang a man in class?

Why hang a man in class?
After all these years, the time has come to release the hanging man from the gallows.
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