Redrafting flaps – staff meeting

During a staff meeting on profession practice 2 the idea of redrafing flaps was discussed. I believe this to be a great way for the children to edit their work. It is also a great way to show progress in children’s work as underneath the flap is the original work and on the redrafting flap is the new edited version. This allows for easy assessment as the teacher can see exactly what has been edited or improved. This would be particularly useful within Literacy lessons and would work for all year groups. Although KS1 wouldn’t have as much work to edit they teacher and pupils would still be able to see the improvements made.

Target: Try to incorporate the use of redrafting flaps into my teaching across all subject areas. 

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