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Planning the Primary National Curriculum: A complete guide for trainees and teachers 2ed

by Keira Sewell Learning Matters
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This book explores assessment opportunities, how the teaching of each subject can be organised, key and essential resources in each subject, and how ICT can best be used in each subject to enhance teaching.

About this book
SECTION 1 Overview of planning
1 The planning context
2 Principles of planning
3 Mastery in the National Curriculum
SECTION 2 Subject planning
4 Planning English in the national curriculum
5 Planning mathematics in the national curriculum
6 Planning science in the national curriculum
7 Planning art and design in the national curriculum
8 Planning computing in the national curriculum
9 Planning design and technology in the national curriculum
10 Planning geography in the national curriculum
11 Planning history in the national curriculum
12 Planning languages in the national curriculum
13 Planning music in the national curriculum
14 Planning physical education in the national curriculum
SECTION 3 Putting the curriculum together

Keira Sewell is programme director of the Primary PGCE at Southampton University.

Contributors to the book are members of the primary and secondary PGCE teams at the University of Southampton and the University of Cumbria.