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Writing: what does effective teaching look like? (primary)

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Last updated on 20 September 2016
School types: All · School phases: Primary
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What does effective teaching in writing look like at the primary level? This article looks at research on effective teaching for writing in Key Stages 1 and 2. You will also find guidance on how schools can develop the quality of their teaching, a case study on effective teaching from a school, and information about primary school writing programmes.

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Contents

  1. 1 Effective teaching in writing: research
  2. 2 How can we develop effective teaching?
  3. 3 Case study: effective teaching of writing in a primary school
  4. 4 Case studies: teaching strategies to raise attainment in writing
  5. 5 Teaching writing in primary schools: strategies and programmes

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