Support Literacy and Numeracy Activities

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Support Literacy and Numeracy Activities. The literacy and numeracy skills expected of the pupils with whom you work. The aim of the school literacy and numeracy policies is to establish the expected level of competency for the children. These policies are driven by the National Curriculum which sets out targets to be achieved in various subject areas at each of the Key Stages. The Key Stages are as follows: Key Stage 0 | Nursery and reception years (3–5 years old) | Now included as part of the Early Years Foundation Stage | Key Stage 1 | Years 1 to 2 (5–7 years old) | | Key Stage 2 | Years 3 to 6 (7–11 years old) | | Key Stage 3 | Years 7 to 9 (11–14 years old) | | Key Stage 4 | Years 10 to 11 (14–16 years old).…show more content…
| 7 years - 8 years | Able to read with considerable ease and write simple compositions.Control of rate, pitch, and volume of his voice is generally well and appropriately established.Carry on conversation at rather adult level.Follows fairly complex directions with little repetition.Well developed time and number concepts. | 8 years - 9 years | Continue to show the impact of his developing literacy skills. Fundamental reading skills are established.At the same time, writing skills continue to develop. A child's language and literacy skills lay the groundwork for academic achievement and will be the route through which academic learning will progress.More highly-developed thinking skills as well as the ability to solve problems with creative strategies. | The following are some examples of factors which promote or hinder the children’s language development: Factors promoting children’s language development | Factors hindering children’s language development | Praise and encouragement | Bilingual children | Positive motivation | Lack of confidence | Home support | Lack of home support | Home and socio-economic background(schools with resources – pens, pencils, books, ICT equipments) | Home and socio-economic background(schools with no enough resources) | Suitable learning
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