Challenging the More Able Language User
Challenging the More Able Language User is designed to help teachers recognize and support children who show advanced skills in reading and writing, explore effective ways in which these pupils can be assisted to develop linguistically and prepare for planning appropriately differentiated activities. These measures are designed to contribute to the raising of standards in English for all pupils while ensuring that more able pupils can achieve their full potential.
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Identifying More Able Language Users
What the School Can
How to Challenge and Improve
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