Round Up!

At the end of Week 2, Lead Educator Rebecca Cosgrave reflects on what we’ve learnt so far, and prepares for Week 3.

So you got to the end of week two. Hopefully you’re now full of ideas for how to teach words in your classrooms and in your settings. In week three, we’re going to continue to look at strategies for learning words, but focus more on how children can independently work out what words mean by looking inside and outside the word.

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An Introduction to Teaching Vocabulary

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