Blog Posts tagged: teaching

Notebook and pencil

75% of a Poem

Keith Gray explores the current approach to creative writing in schools. Keith is currently on the Scottish Friendly Children's Book tour enthusing pupils in Lincolnshire on reading and writing for pleasure.

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Using Godzilla in the classroom

Monsters in the School Room: Using Godzilla to Inspire the use of Anime in your School Library

Learn how to inspire the kids in your school with popular anime characters

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Image of a pencil with fanned out sharpenings featuring the word 'Inspiration' in the background

7 strategies for teaching creative writing

Teacher Marcus Roskilly shares his favourite ways to make writing enjoyable and meaningful for pupils

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Lari Don

First Aid for Fairies - baddies, board games and beasts

Using an author visit to inspire a wide range of activities in the classroom.

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Students Reading

Creative Writing at Abbotsford

Poet Ken Cockburn & students get creative.

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child with braille book

Book Sharing for Blind & Partially Sighted Children

Tips on early years reading with blind or partially sighted children.

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How to Teach Creative Writing 11: Using the Past Tense

Tips on teaching students to effectively use the past tense

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