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Research tells us that the more developed and articulate a child’s speech is, the better they are likely to be at reading and writing. The benefits of improved oracy can significantly improve standards. This webinar with leading oracy expert and education consultant, Ros Wilson, will explain the impact oracy skills can have on literacy. Aimed at school leaders, teachers and everyone working within the school community, the webinar will explain the importance of oracy education, highlight practical steps to improve literacy through oracy and call on a real life case study.
What research/statistics tell us about the development and impact of articulate speech
Oracy and literacy links to the National Curriculum
Why is oracy education important?
Practical approaches to improve literacy via oracy
Effective strategies for rapid progress in literacy
A case study
A mini oral lesson
Really goodReally good ideas and looking forward to put these in practice. Thank you.Asma Malik - St Peter's CE Primary School
What Makes Effective Literacy TeachingA most enjoyable Webinar with a fantastic presenter!David Scoffield - University Academy Holbeach
Engaging and informativeIncredibly useful webinar - I've lots of ideas to add to current teaching methods as well as reminders of previously, 'mentally mislaid' techniques.Sandra Graham, Senior leader - Harlowbury Primary School
Amazing and very informativeWhat can I say! Just loved Ros Wilson. She made this course so interesting, funny and I could of listened to her all day; brilliantBev Tully, Support Staff - Castle Hill Primary School
Lucy Dale - Harlowbury Primary SchoolReally informative and engaging - excellent examples of how to teach vocabulary.Lucy Dale, Teacher - Harlowbury Primary School
What makes effective Literacy teaching?A really interesting and useful webinar that provided plenty of practical ideas for the classroom.Nicola Johnson - Edgebury Primary School
Good ideas to support teaching and learningAn interesting Webinar with some useful ideas that could be used in any primary classroom.Michele Riley, Teacher - St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School DY8 2DT
Really useful ideas and looking forward to put these into practice when Lock down is over!Zaynab Younis, Teacher - Robin Hood Academy
Well worth watching!Brilliant! The games and jokes made it so enjoyable, along with its very well-researched tips and engaging modelling of best practice.Maria King, Teacher - University Academy Long Sutton
Useful ideas!This was a really useful and practical webinar!Nicola Daintith, Teacher - Queen Katharine Academy
What Makes Effective Literacy TeachingAwesome. Loved it! I'm off to create some writing resources now.Nicola Stollery, Teacher - University Academy Long Sutton
What makes me Listen!This was a very engaging and informative webinar, delivered with the right touch of humour. This was a very good balance of teaching pedagogy, research, information and examples for me to think over. I loved the lesson.Lillian Drakard, Teacher - Ormiston Sudbury Academy
Positive Informative SessionHighly recommend this webinar, will love seeing these practises within the classroom. Thank you.Carol Travers-Orton, Support staff - Robin Hood Academy
very informativeAnita Awumey, Senior leader - Roding Primary School
Vocabulary gamesSome great examples of short, punchy games to develop children's vocabularyEmma Pearcey - Padnell Junior School
The importance of TalkElements of humour highlighted the importance of the subject matter in this webinarFiona Dawes, HLTA - Forefield Community Infant and Nursery School
What makes Effective Literacy Teaching?Fascinating. A real wake up call to put talking and family interaction WITHOUT SCREENS firmly back into daily life. An informative and entertaining webinar. A very cleverly designed webinar. I am a secondary school teacher and although the target audience for this is probably primary school colleagues, there are so many excellent ideas which can be adapted for the secondary school classroom. I would thoroughly recommend and I was smiling throughout – learning and smiling -The perfect way to learn?Richard Stroud - The Forest High School
Engaging topic and presenterA really easy to follow Webinar with a key message and simple strategies to aid the development of literacy in schoolJeremy Beecham, n/a - Shirebrook Academy
Talk for writingA wonderfully engaging session on teaching writing through verbal language skills.Veronica DEARDEN - Pike Fold Community Primary School
It was phenomenal. I really enjoyed every second of it. I am wowed by that. ThanksMaryam Sabzevar, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
literacyreally good listen, useful for ks1+Emily Fellows, Learning support - Summerhill Primary Academy
Extremely helpfulReally enjoyed listening and I found many tips that I could use and doHayley Petch, Study club manager - Anglo European School
Great ideasSome fantastic insight and ideas to use in the classroom.Michael Crampton - The Venerable Bede CE Academy
Excellent engaging speaker.I was drawn into this Webinar instantly. The speaker is clearly passionate about her specialist subject and this shines through.I would thoroughly recommend this Webinar.Susan Youdan, Teaching Assistant - Hawthorn Primary School
informative and fun webinarI wasn't looking forward to this webinar but was made very interesting and fun from beginning to end. Thank youSteven REECE - Pike Fold Community Primary School
Effective Literacy TrainingGreat hints and tipsHolly Pestell - The Venerable Bede CE Academy
It's great to hear someone speaking my language!Enthusiasm pings through from the screen. A love of learning is clearly evident. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Also accents are very rarely celebrated and it made me proud to be a Northerner.Mary McPortland - Norlington School and 6th Form
One worth watching ....As always, an incisive and entertaining webinar from RW. This should sharpen my daily practice!Julia Banks, Key Stage Lead - Grove Street Primary School and Nursery School
Effective Literacy Teaching - OracyO.M.G., so entertaining. What an amazing speaker! I say, "Bring back 'Big Write'." Amidst the stresses of constant assessments, SATs and evidence, we have somehow forgotten their is always another (probably better) way of achieving the same outcome. I want to see more of Ros Wilson and what she has to say.Chris Foster, support staff - Grove Street Primary School and Nursery School
Effective literacy teaching.Loved this. So many easy, practical ways to get students interested. Thank you.Angela LEWIS, HLTA - Corley Centre
Sarah Ellison - Grove Street Primary SchoolI really enjoyed this webinar, thank you. It's given me lots of ideas that I can't wait to use back at school. I really enjoyed this!Sarah Ellison, Teacher - Grove Street Primary School and Nursery School
Excellent Webinar - very refreshingThis made me feel inspired about getting back in the classroom and ready to take on new challenges ahead.Penny Lea, Teacher - Larkrise Primary School
An honest and refreshing webinarVery enjoyable and I would definitely recommend watching it.Lynsey Whitmore - Forefield Community Infant and Nursery School
This was a highly engaging, entertaining and informative webinar which really re-enforces the idea that a teacher's primary tool in teaching literacy is 'demonstrating through doing': as the old phrase goes 'It's good to talk!'Matthew Mitton, n/a - Shirebrook Academy
Found this webinar informative and practical.Jackie WORRELL, Teacher - Corley Centre
fabulous!I loved this webinar. very engaging and informative.Lisa Chadry, Teaching Assistant - St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School DY8 2DT
Ros Wilson helps us to improve children's writingA very interesting and informative webinar. I would've loved being in Ros Wilson's lessons for much longer.Nichola Byrne, Year 1 class teacher - Forefield Community Infant and Nursery School
Very interesting and well develiveredI loved listening to Ros's excellent webinar. She made it interesting and memorable. Thank you.Ben Watt, Teacher - TEACH Poole
Gotta love Ros Wilson!Excellent presentation from Ros Wilson. I have always loved Ros Wilson and today was no exception! Ros tells it as it is and there are some fabulous ideas to engage and motivate students in a fun and enjoyable way. Well done Ros - brilliant!Mandy Lillis, Teacher - Selly Oak Trust School
What makes effective literacy teachingI enjoyed the webinar and found it quite interactive.Sonia Howard - Selly Oak Trust School
Loved this webinar from the beginning to the end.Loved it. Eager to go back to school to try some techniques to improve the pupils' literacy skills.Rita Butkeviciute, Teacher - Queen Katharine Academy
Engaging and informativeI thoroughly enjoyed listening to Ros Wilson and will certainly try and use her great ideas and fun games to get the children more actively involved in their learning.Gabriella Barthos, Teacher - Roding Primary School
Really useful, practical ways to integrate the explicit teaching of literacy into lessons. Presented in a way that treated theory with an appropriately light touch,Amanda Ellison - Jarrow School
Teaching AssistantA very passionate speaker, giving an engaging Webinar with great ideas to use in a literacy lesson.Rachel Clayton - Cottingley Village Primary School
FantasicMore by this lady pleaseSandie Quinton, Teacher - Summerhill Primary Academy
K GleedIncredble throughout. So engaging and crammed full of insightful ways to improve Literacy, in a way that I know will keep students engaged and enthusiastic. Best Webinar so far!Karen Gleed, Support staff - Ormiston Sudbury Academy
A very interesting webinarI really liked the webinar and took home the fact that the speaker stressed so much on-the more words we hear the better we write.Syeda Siddiqua - Selly Oak Trust School
Informative and fascinatingExcellent strategies and ideas to encourage literacy through talking. Looking forward to implementing these.Stephen Edwards, Teacher - Withernsea High School Humanities College
brilliantI thought the presenter was funny, very engaging and informativeJackie Smith, teacher - West Hill School (SK15 1LX)
Interesting topicEasily accessible and informative.Manjit Koretaine - Nishkam Primary Wolverhampton
Roz Wilson is such an amazing presenter and offers practical advice in a humorous way.Loved this presentation - so enrapturing and useful too.Helen Lake, Teacher - Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Primary School
Amazing !!Ros your were a delight to listen too. Its a shame you no longer teach as what an Amazing teacher I would say you were !!Marie Liddy, Teacher - Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Primary School
Very useful!Great ideas, more aimed at primary but definitely things we can use in secondary too. Thanks!Rose TAYLOR, Teacher - Chew Valley School BS40 8QB
ExcellentI really enjoyed this Webinar. Being new to Year 6 this year I wanted to find new ways to engage my learners who often struggle with writing. I think they are going to really enjoy the small games and activities shared in this webinar and I cannot wait to start using them. Thank youMegan Hodgkins, teacher - Norwood Primary School
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