Many teachers love the Talk for Writing approach but do not find it easy to organise all of Pie’s brilliant ideas into a unit of work. It is a challenge! I have been following the TfW approach for many years, and I have spoken at a few of Pie’s national conferences. Over the years, I have organised Pie’s ideas into a three week planning grid. The planning frame attached is not supposed to be prescriptive; it is designed to ‘hold your hand’ while you put a unit together. It is invaluable for teachers new to this approach, but even old-timers like me find the prompts helpful. This planner has been taken on in many schools and you may adapt it for your own use.
This work is designed to support teachers using the TfW approach.
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New to T4W, which I will be teaching in my new school in Sept, so this is an e tremely helpful resource. Thank you x
Thanks! Please see some of my fully planned and resourced units.
Thank you for sharing it’s been helpful
Thank you for sharing this. It is very helpful.
Thanks. Please try my fully resourced writing units.
Really love this! Thank you. I have moved from KS2 to KS1 and would welcome ideas on TFW for my Year 1/2 class on Winter Poetry
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