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Manglish: Bringing Maths and English together across the curriculum
By Lisa Jane Ashes, Ian Gilbert (Editor)
Education is the business of developing minds for the future, but unlike most businesses we often find that schools fail to co-ordinate learning across all departments and therefore fall short of producing a fully rounded end product.
Lisa's mission is to transform thinking around curriculum and education to ensure that the disparity from one subject to another does not lead to a disparity in young people's understanding and readiness for the future. Learning, Lisa believes, should be co-ordinated across departments and she shows the world how it's done in her new book, Manglish: Bringing Maths and English Together Across the Curriculum.
The book shows how maths and English departments can develop creative, cross-curricular approaches to improving literacy and numeracy across the whole school and provides practical ideas and strategies to improve both. Covers: creative teaching, cross-curricular planning, collaboration, collaborative teaching, whole child development, literacy, numeracy and skills development.
For Key Stage 3 teachers across all subject areas, and school leaders with an interest in or responsibility for curriculum planning.