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Boys on the margin

Kimberley Safford

Boys on the margin

promoting boys" literacy at key stage 2

by Kimberley Safford

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Published by CLPE in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementKimberley Safford, Olivia O"Sullivan and Myra Barrs.
ContributionsO"Sullivan, Olivia., Barrs, Myra., Centre for Literacy in Primary Education.
The Physical Object
Pagination111p. :
Number of Pages111
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16409641M
ISBN 101872267408

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Boys on the Margin presents a fascinating picture of a CLPE classroom research project in which a group of KS2 teachers try out ways of teaching literacy which use discussion, drama and interactive ICT to explore three very different texts, in order to involve groups of boys on the margins.

Boys on the Margin: Promoting boys’ literacy learning at Key Stage 2 Copy the page URI to the clipboard Safford, Kimberly ; O'Sullivan, Olivia and Barrs, Myra (). Buy "Boys on the Margin" on Amazon How can teachers create the right conditions for underachievers, particularly boys, to become more enthusiastic and more successful readers and writers.

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Since then I have recorded comments on books but not in them, which have remained "unspoiled." Some intrepid readers write boldly in library books, perhaps from irresistible impulse or conviction or the desire for a kind of immortality.Alice Munro’s “Boys and Girls” was first published as an individual story in and was also included in Munro’s collection, Dance of the Happy Shades.

The story takes place at one home in rural Canada, and the narrator, a soon to be year-old girl, carefully describes her .Boys on the margin: promoting boys' literacy at key stage 2 Safford, Kimberley ; Barrs, Myra ; O'Sullivan, Olivia ; Centre for Literacy in Primary Education Book.