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Covering the Curriculum with Stories: Six Cross Curricular Projects that Teach Literacy and Thinking
By Sharon Ginnis, Paul Ginnis

Covering the Curriculum with Stories is an exciting and unique resource, presenting a set of six delightful, cross-curricular play-based projects that deliver outstanding learning experiences.

Designed for children aged 3-7, these projects will make major contributions to your pupils' literacy and literary skills, teach a whole repertoire of thinking skills and deliver many features of the Foundation and KS1 Curricula in an integrated, cross-curricular way.

Each project:

  • is based on an original story
  • uses dramatic and kinaesthetic techniques
  • capitalises on children's natural instinct to play
  • lays down important conceptual foundations for later learning
  • promotes emotional intelligence, learning-to-learn and citizenship.

The book provides everything you need to know to teach the projects successfully, including:

  • clear overviews with precise learning intentions
  • simple, clear, step-by-step instructions
  • details of pupil activities
  • indications of cross-curricular links
  • references to QCA programmes of study.

In addition, you will find extensive worksheets and learning materials on the Resources CD inside the back cover.

 

 

Covering the Curriculum with Stories: Six Cross Curricular Projects that Teach Literacy and Thinking

 

Format: Paperback
ISBN: 190442497X
Published: January, 2007
Availability: Available
Price: $47.95
Pages: 296


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