qThis book reviews the current situation concerning the teaching of 'English' in schools, examining particularly the notion of 'literacy'. The authors offer practical suggestions to primary and secondary teachers required to implement the revised National Curriculum Orders for English from September 1995, proposing ways in which the teaching of children's literature and that of adolescence and youth may be addressed across all four Key Stages and at 'A' level. They relate theory to good practice and offer a critique of the latest government proposals, suggesting alternative and sometimes radical approaches to teaching.q qIt is the intention of the authors that this book should offer teachers sound, practical models which they will consider and find useful as they grapple with the challenges posed as education moves towards the year 2000.q--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved... that there is no logical development in a pupila#39;s discursive essays. (e) A pupila#39;s personal interest in certain aspects of writing, reading and oral work, should also be recorded. Self-assessment for Students Answering Part Two of GCSE Paper, anbsp;...
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