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AF5_sentences_ideas - A.P.P Assessment Focuses The five...

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A.P.P. Assessment Focuses. The five principles which underpin the effective teaching of Literacy; 1. Use V.A.K. Balance the strategies used (muli- modal teaching increase retention). 2. AVOID isolated drilling. You must discreetly teach the element (10 mins), then encourage use (apply). 3. TURN levelled objectives into games. 4. LINK work to pupils interests. 5. STANDARDISE the language used throughout school. Must be the same in each classroom. Simple sentence games. Pictorially put sentences together. I to the it was a day. Simple sentence games. Initial letter followed by ‘magic line’. I l____ m___ h___. I like my hat.
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Simple sentence games. Complete words – put them in order. I like today . your really dress Simple sentence games. Sentence grids (A3 strip). . When? who? where? what? . . Any mixture e.g. Who? where? what?.
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Simple sentence games. Bare bottoms on a rugby post.     wwwww h h h h h e o e a y n r t ow? e Simple phrases & clauses (AF5). Noun phrase game. Use object / picture, change each time. A dog. A brown dog. A big dog. A big , brown dog.
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Simple phrases & clauses (AF5). ‘Where is it?’ game. Use an object and describe where it is in as many different ways as possible. E.g. book The book is ... in Phil’s hand. under the ceiling. next to Sophie. on top of the table. Simple phrases & clauses (AF5). Character / place description. Have pictures of characters and places (develops language and setting description).
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