Thursday, 7 February 2013

Language: a to z of children's work

Keep it simple stupid
That is the best way
To think about your teaching
When you're unsure what to say 

Less words are always better
And easier ones the best
If you want the kids to hear
And think they're as good as the rest

Also use your actions
It speaks as much as words
And helps kids to understand
At least an extra third

5 comments:

Tracy Cook said...

What can I say except so true.

Annesphamily said...

This is very true! I am happy that I came over tonight! Thanks for sharing!

sst said...

all good advice. That I don't pursue always with my own kids.

bluegrassnotes said...

Nice L-- good advice.

Jenny said...

The KISS principle. One I overlook sometimes.

ha!

Thanks for a clever link for the letter "L".

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