Unlock learning through speaking listening. Understand the importance of oracy in your curriculum to support your pupils to articulate ideas, develop understanding and engage with others.
Over recent months, many of our young learners will have had very different learning experiences: they may have experienced considerable social isolation and had limited opportunities to talk about their learning or thinking with others.
Voice 21 is a national charity that works with schools to develop their oracy education so that all children have the chance to be confident, articulate and skilled thinkers.
In this taster session, Alice Stott from Voice 21 will outline the importance of oracy, now more than ever, and will provide you with some practical strategies to take back to the classroom and stimulate your thinking to weave a strong oracy thread through your curriculum.
- Exploring the case for oracy
- Using the oracy framework to support approaches
- Explore some techniques for explicit teaching of oracy and activities for children to further develop their speaking and listening skills
This webinar is offered at no cost to Norfolk schools.
Joining instructions will be emailed prior to the event.
NQTs Teachers English curriculum leaders across the primary phase