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Teaching Secondary English

First Edition

September 2010 | 198 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

The author shows how teachers can enable their students to acquire skills and knowledge, as well as to recognize the value of aesthetic experience, emotional literacy, and spiritual and moral response to literature in their own lives and in their communities.


 
PART ONE: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE
 
The Art of Teaching English
 
`Operational' Lesson Planning
 
`Metre' Reading
Assessment in English  
 
English Teachers' Professional Development
 
PART TWO: TEACHING THE ENGLISH CURRICULUM
 
Literature and Literacy at Key Stage 3
 
Teaching GCSE English and English Literature
 
Teaching English 16-18
Advanced Level  
 
PART THREE: CHALLENGING ENGLISH
 
Making Meaning
The Media, ICT and Drama  
 
Differentiation and the Individual
Gender, Ethnicity and Special Needs  
 
Firing the Canon
 
Popularizing Poetry
 
Spiritual and Moral Development Through English

This book is informative and organised very well, I have used a great many idea out of it, I would recommend for trainee teachers and NQTs

Mrs Debbie Louise Martinson
English, North Lindsey College
February 19, 2017

Not up to date enough

Mrs Amanda Brougham
Education , Birmingham City University
February 11, 2014

This has been helpful for both new and exsisting tutors delivering English lessons of varying levels. Informative and insightful, with some interesting ideas.

Mrs Michelle Grainger
Sheffield Centre, LifeSkills
November 20, 2013

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