qThe teaching of literacy is a high priority for teachers and for governments, yet some of the approaches commonly used are very limiting, joyless and, ultimately, ineffective. In contrast, Fred Sedgwick shows how literacy can be combined with, and promoted through, a love of reading and children's ability to think and write creatively.q Using a wide variety of rich resources, the author shows how to put creative approaches into practice and illustrates, through children's work, just how rewarding those results can be.It was really funny. We could tell which ... It isna#39;t a great poem, but its clever rhyming and its worldly bluntness make it typical of him. I told the ... to go wrong? Goodbye the Mumbles where it rained every day except the 152 Teaching Literacy.
|Publisher||:||Bloomsbury Publishing - 2002-02-01|