Ill Literacy Jacqueline Andrews

ISBN: 9781858562964

Published: April 1st 2004

Paperback

156 pages


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Ill Literacy  by  Jacqueline Andrews

Ill Literacy by Jacqueline Andrews
April 1st 2004 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 156 pages | ISBN: 9781858562964 | 3.65 Mb

Why do so many children come out of over a decade of schooling with no qualifications, few skills and, in many cases, poor literacy? Teacher Jacqueline Andrews believes she has the answer. More important, she knows what can be done about this sorryMoreWhy do so many children come out of over a decade of schooling with no qualifications, few skills and, in many cases, poor literacy? Teacher Jacqueline Andrews believes she has the answer. More important, she knows what can be done about this sorry state of affairs.She herself left school disaffected at age thirteen but she returned years later to train as an English teacher.

She brings her own experience on the margins of school life to this analysis of the failure of the school system and makes recommendations for healing what she sees as the virus within it. She supports her challenging ideas with the testimonies of teachers, support staff, managers and, most importantly, the young people themselves.

Methods that work are contrasted with those which do not and the theoretical underpinnings are carefully examined to reveal the ingredients for educational success.Policy makers, educators and administrators will gain valuable insights into why people learn and how they become literate. Parents will glimpse what might well be their childbs school experience and what to do if it needs changing.

All will find ways to heal the virus of disaffection and underachievement and replace it with a confident love of learning which will last a lifetime.



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