Develop Brilliant Speaking: (First edition)

Paperback

Help every child develop their oracy skills in Year 7, supporting social mobility and equity.

Crafted and taught in secondary English lessons by brilliant teacher Djamila Boothman, see every child blossom as they find their voice and grow in confidence.

  • Easy to slot into KS3 schemes of work with pre-prepared and tested lesson plans, PowerPoints, videos and worksheets in one customisable teacher pack for the whole English department
  • Aid transition from primary to secondary school, building social skills and interactions over the course of a term
  • Empower students to voice their opinions, thoughts and feelings through debating, speech making, listening, responding and working collaboratively
  • Set high expectations and high challenge with inspiring activities on relatable topics
  • Foster a whole school approach with subject-specific suggestions for oracy practice ​
  • Develop communication and empathy skills for work and life
  • Build young people’s independence to fully participate in school life and their school community

RRP: £75.00

ISBN

978-0-00-868595-9

Publication Date

09-09-2024

Format

Paperback

Pages

104 pages

Dimensions

210x297mm

Author

Djamila Boothman

Djamila is an Assistant Headteacher, Teach First Ambassador, mother, documentary-maker (Hush…We Came on Windrush, 2020) and proud British-Caribbean. She believes that cultural competence and educational disadvantage must be tackled through the curriculum and, as an English teacher, values the power that literature has as a gateway to new worlds and experiences. Practising a ‘you cannot be what you cannot see’ mantra, she is committed to improving cultural representation in the English literature curriculum as a means of increasing student inquiry, attainment, promoting pride and placing equal value and celebration on the lived experiences of all children sitting in Britain’s classrooms. Djamila is a contributor and author on our KS3, KS4 and KS5 anthologies, as well as being a fantastic ambassador and spokesperson in education.

Product Description

Help every child develop their oracy skills in Year 7, supporting social mobility and equity.

Crafted and taught in secondary English lessons by brilliant teacher Djamila Boothman, see every child blossom as they find their voice and grow in confidence.

  • Easy to slot into KS3 schemes of work with pre-prepared and tested lesson plans, PowerPoints, videos and worksheets in one customisable teacher pack for the whole English department
  • Aid transition from primary to secondary school, building social skills and interactions over the course of a term
  • Empower students to voice their opinions, thoughts and feelings through debating, speech making, listening, responding and working collaboratively
  • Set high expectations and high challenge with inspiring activities on relatable topics
  • Foster a whole school approach with subject-specific suggestions for oracy practice ​
  • Develop communication and empathy skills for work and life
  • Build young people’s independence to fully participate in school life and their school community

ISBN

978-0-00-868595-9

Publication Date

09-09-2024

Format

Paperback

Pages

104 pages

Dimensions

210x297mm

Product Description

Help every child develop their oracy skills in Year 7, supporting social mobility and equity.

Crafted and taught in secondary English lessons by brilliant teacher Djamila Boothman, see every child blossom as they find their voice and grow in confidence.

  • Easy to slot into KS3 schemes of work with pre-prepared and tested lesson plans, PowerPoints, videos and worksheets in one customisable teacher pack for the whole English department
  • Aid transition from primary to secondary school, building social skills and interactions over the course of a term
  • Empower students to voice their opinions, thoughts and feelings through debating, speech making, listening, responding and working collaboratively
  • Set high expectations and high challenge with inspiring activities on relatable topics
  • Foster a whole school approach with subject-specific suggestions for oracy practice ​
  • Develop communication and empathy skills for work and life
  • Build young people’s independence to fully participate in school life and their school community

Author

Djamila Boothman

Djamila is an Assistant Headteacher, Teach First Ambassador, mother, documentary-maker (Hush…We Came on Windrush, 2020) and proud British-Caribbean. She believes that cultural competence and educational disadvantage must be tackled through the curriculum and, as an English teacher, values the power that literature has as a gateway to new worlds and experiences. Practising a ‘you cannot be what you cannot see’ mantra, she is committed to improving cultural representation in the English literature curriculum as a means of increasing student inquiry, attainment, promoting pride and placing equal value and celebration on the lived experiences of all children sitting in Britain’s classrooms. Djamila is a contributor and author on our KS3, KS4 and KS5 anthologies, as well as being a fantastic ambassador and spokesperson in education.