21/22 Reading for pleasure "the single most important indicator of a child's future success" (OECD 2022)

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Audiences

Primary

Category

English

Event Details

Start Date and Time Wednesday 22 June 9:30 am
End Date and Time Wednesday 22 June 12:00 pm
Trainer
Julie Holmwood
Location Online Event
Room
Parking No

Event Prices

Subscriber Credit Cost 1.50
Subscriber Cost 64.00
PAYG Credit Cost 2.00
PAYG Cost 100.00
EYFS Cost

Content

Please note:

The default delivery will be remote delivery via Microsoft Teams administered by CPD@UCS. This is reflected in the content/ timings as stated. Should Government policy/University of Chester policy change we will revert to ‘face2face’ delivery if/ when appropriate. 


The course will cover the following.

•           Reading identities - children’s reading practices and experiences beyond school and teachers and readers

•           Knowledge of children’s literature – texts that inspire

•           A ‘Reading for Pleasure’ pedagogy – the essential elements

•           Developing reading communities

•           Practical classroom-based approaches

Outcomes

  Delegates will

•           understand the importance of reading for pleasure

•           understand how aspects their own practice can impact children’s reading for pleasure

•           know how to develop a reading for pleasure pedagogy

•           be aware of a range of sources for developing their own knowledge of children’s literature

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