The English coordinator’s handbookThis chapter includes:The role of the English coordinator:
|• Subject/teaching knowledge|
|• Developing policy and schemes of work|
|• Advice and support for colleagues|
|• Assessing, reporting and recording|
|• Communicating with others - inside and outside school|
A framework for reviewing or developing policy:
|• Monitoring, review and evaluation|
|• The environment for developing language and literacy, including equal opportunities and special educational needs|
|• The range, repertoire and resources for reading, writing, speaking and listening, including cross-curricular issues and the use of IT|
|• Assessing, reporting and recording progress|
|• Provision for under-fives|
Implementation, monitoring, evaluating the policy
Identifying inservice needs.
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Book title: Making Progress in English.
Contributors: Eve Bearne - Author.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 1998.
Page number: 299.
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