Literacy Display

Displays from professional practice 2. There are examples of literacy displays I have made. They both show examples of children’s work which is an essential part of a working wall. They include posters for the children to look at if they need help with particular grammar aspects including adding ‘s’ or ‘es’, which family the different letters belong to and the kingfisher words that the children find difficult to spell.

Working walls are great for the children to use during the lesson and so it is vital that the teacher updates them regularly with information or work based on the focus for the week/month etc. It is an eye catching display as it is colourful and contains lots of information and pictures that the children want to look at.

Target: Continue to develop the use of working walls within the classroom. 


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