9th Nov 2017 London
29th Mar 2018 Birmingham
9th Mar 2018 London

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar. Unplugged Masterclass.

The One-Stop-Shop for Improving Your Command of the Technical Aspects of Writing and Language Analysis

WHAT TO TEACH AND HOW TO TEACH IT

  • Be a better writer yourself and, consequently, a sharper, more informed teacher of writing and of textual analysis.
  • Acquire profound expertise in how to use punctuation and, furthermore, in its relationship to grammar.
  • Embed approaches that will improve student spelling and understand the difference between recall and recognition approaches.
  • Re-balance your teaching so that you no longer focus predominantly on the semantic (word) but, instead, teach your students possession of a full toolbox of syntactic understandings and techniques.
  • Embrace a fuller understanding of the rhythmic, technical aspects of teaching writing.
  • Make significant improvements to students' written and analytical skills quickly and with relative ease.
  • Meet the tricksier requirements for SPaG and literacy at all Key Stages

IMPROVE WRITING IN AN INSTANT

  • Don't let elementary mistakes lesson your impact
  • Be your own instant grammar and spell checker
  • Enhance any text and writing style
  • Increase a reader (and your classes') confidence in you and your ideas through the use of advanced grammar
  • Avoid common mistakes, eliminate errors and bulldoze the fallacies of punctuation
  • Gain the go-to-guide upon using punctuation to communicate nuance in meaning
  • Empower your confidence in spelling with a range of proven spelling strategies and the means of spelling error analysis

BECOME AN ADVANCED USER AND TEACHER OF LITERACY

Understand grammar fundamentals and embrace complex grammatical flairs

  • Know your polysyndeton from your asyndeton
  • Get to the bottom of the conjunctions and connectives conundrum
  • Naturally build pace and rhythm into your work. Implicitly control and reward your reader.
  • Conquer coordinate and cumulative adjectives, commas, compound and complex sentences
  • Recognise the three distinct varieties of fronted adverbials
  • Mark off parenthetical clauses correctly
  • Realise the power of the conjunctive adverb

THE SPAG GRAB BAG

  1. 2 hours + on-demand video lessons
  2. 43 bitesize lectures
  3. 40 supplemental resources
  4. Full lifetime access to the LIVE masterclass and entire online course
  5. Access on mobile, tablet and computer
  6. Certificate of completion
  7. Phil's best-selling book 'How To Teach Literacy'

IDEAL FOR

  • Key Stage 2-5 teachers
  • Literacy Co-ordinators
  • NQTs
  • Those who are keen to teach and produce outstanding writing

 

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