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By Deborah White Broadwater

Diagraming Sentences may also help scholars of every age find out how the components of speech healthy jointly to clarify and whole sentences. This 48-page booklet indicates visible newcomers find out how to diagram sentences to assist them comprehend why a few sentences won't sound or glance correct. The booklet additionally comprises enjoyable perform actions, assessment actions, a thesaurus, and solution keys.

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Boys more often tend to be at the extremes of the ability range and most special needs groups contain more boys than girls. The Mortimore study (1988) found that girls had a more positive attitude to school than boys and more positive self-concepts. Far more boys than girls were rated by their teachers as having behaviour problems Tizard et al. (1988) found that at the end of nursery schooling there were few differences in attainment between black and white children and between boys and girls. During the infant school period black girls made more progress than white girls or boys or black boys.

The motivation involved in this is considerable. 9 Audio-visual equipment and computers There is no doubt that equipment which ‘does’ something is motivating. At a comparatively simple level, the tape recorder and the language master are attractive to children, partly because they can control them and partly because of what they offer. The most attractive and motivating is the computer and given appropriate software children can learn a great deal with very little help from the teacher. It seems likely that the possibilities of computers as teaching machines will develop and that many things now taught by a teacher will be learned from software programs.

A teacher who says this is usually quite properly taking the view that he or she may relate differently to a child or group of children from their previous teacher and does not want to prejudice the relationship by looking at children through someone else’s 26 Organising learning in the primary school classroom eyes. Where a record is concerned with a teacher’s opinion about a child and his or her potential, it makes a certain amount of sense to want to see with fresh eyes, but the papers on assessment from the School Examinations and Assessment Council (1990 a, b, c) make it clear that not only should teachers pass on full records of children’s achievement to the next teacher, but that all members of a staff should work together to ensure that they are all interpreting records in a similar way.

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