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A place to talk in extended schools - Elizabeth Jarman

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Title
A place to talk in extended schools
Author
Elizabeth Jarman
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Featherstone
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20080215

The recent I CAN report suggests that over 50% of children in Englandare starting school with some form of speech and language disability.The EYFS states that 'the development and use of communication andlanguage is at the heart of young children's learning.'
The importance of encouraging children to talk and how to create spaceto facilitate this process is the focus of this book. It includes asummary of some of the key environmental influences collated fromresearch studies into extended schools and lots of examples of whatthis looks like in practice.

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Elizabeth Jarman's background is in teaching. Until 2006 she was

assistant Director at the Basic Skills Agency, working closely with the

Skills for Life Strategy Unit, Sure Start Unit leading the 'Step into

Learning' training and development programme. More recently Elizabeth

developed the Communication Friendly Spaces Toolkit for practitioners

and she now specializes in improving learning environments. She offers

a range of training and development programmes which are currently

being delivered across England and Wales.

Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Children - Language.|English language - Spoken English.|Oral communication - Study and teaching.|Listening - Study and teaching.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
40

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