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Embedding English and maths

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Sarah Coulson

on 27 March 2013

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Transcript of Embedding English and maths

March 2013 Embedding English and Maths Learning Outcomes Examples of Embedded Resources Common Inspection Framework From September 2013, all 16-19 year olds will have the opportunity to study coherent, well thought out programmes which offer them breadth and depth and do not limit their options for future study or work Study Programmes for 16-19 Year Olds Quality of teaching, learning and assessment Under this section of the CIF, inspectors will make a judgement on the quality of teaching, learning and assessment by evaluating the extent to which: "teaching and learning develop English, mathematics and functional skills, and support the achievement of learning goals and career aims" What does that mean? Study programmes are designed to maximise the potential of young people, by focusing on 3 key areas Why should we embed English and maths? understand the importance of embedding English and maths By the end of the session you will be able to: explain the benefits of embedding English and maths know ways of embedding English and maths Welcome High quality vocational qualifications Raising standards of English and maths to Level 2 Work experience Mini whiteboards - use to ask all learners to spell technical and/or difficult words To make this judgement, inspectors will evaluate the extent to which: teaching and learning support learners to develop the English, mathematics and functional skills they need to achieve their main learning goals and career aims learners’ progress in English, mathematics, language and functional skills is monitored and reviewed, and their work is marked carefully learners appreciate the importance of improving their English, mathematics and functional skills as appropriate, in the context of their learning goals and life ambitions. Embedding English and Maths Quick Wins Spelling during the lesson Assessment feedback – section for English and maths Posters promoting English and maths Have dictionaries in classrooms Checking and challenging mistakes on posters Glossary Activity Thinking about each area of the CIF, complete the first column of the table, thinking about what you currently do to embed English and maths into your subject area Spend 5 minutes looking at each resource
Think about how they could be adapted for your curriculum area
Complete the evaluation sheet for the resources On your table there are examples of embedded resources

Your task is to: Reflection Look back at the table you filled in earlier. What will you do differently in future? Complete the final column with what you will do differently in the future Discuss this in pairs Learning Outcomes You should now be able to: understand the importance of embedding English and maths
explain the benefits of embedding English and maths
know ways of embedding English and maths Thank You!
Please fill in an evaluation form
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