Part 1: Developing the Talk-for-Writing Approach1 The centrality of
story and the origins of Talk for Writing2 Aladdin's Cave: The
`Talk for Writing and Learning' classroom3 Telling your first
story4 Imitation: Creating the bank of story ideas5 Imitation:
Helping the children become storytellers6 Innovation7 Invention:
Moving from imitation to independent invention8 Invention: Ideas
for inventions and the movement from telling to writing
Part 2: Involving Families9 Why involving parents matters10 The storytelling process as the key to family involvement
Appendix 1: Sentence, spelling and story gamesAppendix 2: The early years story bankAppendix 3: A dozen picture books ideal for retelling
Pie Corbett is a leading literacy expert, inspirational trainer, poet and author of over 250 books, including the bestselling Talk for Writing across the Curriculum: How to teach non-fiction writing 5-12 years. A former primary headteacher and Ofsted inspector, he is widely known for developing the transformational Talk for Writing approach. In 2009, it was adopted nationally as part of the Primary Literacy Framework. Julia Strong now works with Pie Corbett developing Talk for Writing. After 25 years of teaching, she became Deputy Director of the National Literacy Trust and the Director of the National Reading Campaign. There she focused on building school communities that read, including Early Reading Connects, and family involvement in reading. She is the author of a number of best-selling books, including Talk for Writing Across the Curriculum (Open University press, 2011) with Pie Corbett.
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