Letters extra: Tripartite lesson plans are no straightjacket

16th January 2004 at 00:00
J.G. Little et al's letter with its snappy beginning, interesting and engaging middle section and succinct conclusion (TES, 2 January) argues that tripartite lesson plans are a "strait-jacket for creativity".

Many TES readers drive a car, some live and work in cities. Whilst we all make different journeys for various purposes, the possession and use of a road atlas and an A to Z guide enhances rather than constrains successful navigation.

Pete Keeffe

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