Pounds, Feet, and Inches (Concepts) by Holly Karapetkova

By Holly Karapetkova

Children know about kilos, ft, And Inches via Illustrated textual content With Repetition and straightforward Sentences.

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This design feature was deliberate as we wanted children to quickly become accustomed to the session structure and the expectations that would be placed on them. We hoped that the familiar structure would maximise engagement with the activities. Slightly more time was allowed for the reciprocal teaching components as it was at this point in the session that a ‘text for the day’ was typically introduced. g. written or recorded story generation). Devising the Combined programme was more challenging.

Furthermore, in order to make judgements regarding value for money, schools need evidence of the size and durability of expected gains. Control Task When children receive additional or different support, particularly in a small group or 1:1 context, it could be anticipated that they will show a general boost in performance. This boost (sometimes referred to as a Hawthorne effect) may be due to a variety of factors, such as increased motivation, concentration and focus. To be able to disentangle the effects of these factors from those of the intervention methods, it is essential to monitor performance on measures that are unrelated to the intervention activities.

3, the Oral Language and Text Level programmes contained four routine components that were taught in small chunks lasting 5 or 7 minutes within every session. The order of the components in each session was fixed and provided a familiar sequence of taught material. This design feature was deliberate as we wanted children to quickly become accustomed to the session structure and the expectations that would be placed on them. We hoped that the familiar structure would maximise engagement with the activities.

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