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Teaching Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling in Primary Schools 3ed

by David Waugh, Claire Warner and Rosemary Waugh Learning Matters
Pub Date:
02/2019
ISBN:
9781526445629
Format:
Hbk 272 pages
Price:
AU$143.00 NZ$149.57
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This popular text explores and provides the subject knowledge needed to teach grammar, punctuation and spelling and gives guidance on how to teach it. It includes lots of teaching ideas as well as detailed examples of effective lessons.

Teaching grammar
Words
Why spelling matters
Spelling and phonics
Teaching spelling rules, generalisations and tricky words
Punctuation
Apostrophes
Phrases, clauses and sentences
Putting it all together
Teaching grammar across the curriculum

David Waugh is subject leader for Primary English at Durham University.  A former deputy headteacher, David worked in ITT from 1990 at the University of Hull, where he led the PGCE course and became Head of Department.  In 2008 he was appointed as National Strategies Regional Adviser for ITT.  As well as his educational writing, David also writes children's stories, including Lottie's Run published in 2015. 




Claire Warner is an education consultant for Primary English. Her recent roles include working as a senior adviser for literacy with the National Strategies, and as a senior lecturer and leader of undergraduate ITE programmes at Chester University.

Rosemary Waugh is a linguist and classics teacher at Queen Margaret's School York. She has a particular interest in the history and development of grammar and etymology, and in their evolution.