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Welcome to the Bug Club Webex Sarah Ruddock | Sophie Thomson | Rebecca Haworth
New Publishing in KS 1 & KS 2 Sophie Thomson
57 Exciting New Bug Club Titles! 21 new titles for Key Stage 1 including fairytales, adventure stories, great non-fiction and cool characters like Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs!
57 Exciting New Bug Club Titles! 36 new titles for Key Stage 2 in addition to the 12 Julia Donaldson Plays. Adventure stories, stories from around the world, classic texts, family stories, amazing non-fiction with Wallace & Gromit and more!
57 Exciting New Bug Club Titles!
Bug Club Classics Two at Blue level and two at Red level. Abridged classics offer an introduction to classic language. Stamina reads – longer than normal blue and red books for able pupils
Cool Characters in Bug Club Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs for Key Stage 1 Pirates in an Adventure with Scientists and Wallace & Gromit non-fiction for Key Stage 2 Fun characters from TV and film keep children engaged in reading
Fun Fiction Clusters Lots of fun new fiction – Robin Hood, Goldilocks, and family stories for Key Stage 1 At Key Stage 2 stories from around the world, family stories, pet detectives and cowboys!
Engaging Non-Fiction Two new strands at Key Stage 2 – In their Shoes (history) and How do they make. . (technology) Lots of non-fiction variety at Key Stage 1 with books including When Animals Attack, The Truth About Fish and Chips and a Skateboarding Diary
How big is Bug Club now? Foundation & Year 1 Year 2 Bridging Bands KS 2 3 Bug Club + 4 Comics for Phonics 12 Bug Club + 6 JD Plays 16 Bug Club + 3 JD Plays 24 Bug Club + 3 JD Plays 5 Bug Club + 8 Comics for Phonics 104 titles 12 Bug Club + 12 Comics for Phonics 16 Bug Club + 4 Comics for Phonics 12 Bug Club + 6 JD Plays 16 Bug Club + 6 JD Plays 327 Titles 13 Bug Club + 6 JD Plays 70 titles 13 Bug Club + 3 JD Plays 14 Bug Club + 3 JD Plays 15 Bug Club + 3 JD Plays 24 Bug Club + 3 JD Plays 37 titles 22 Bug Club + 3 JD Plays 116 titles 24 Bug Club + 3 JD Plays 10 Bug Club
Why grammar, punctuation and spelling? • No engaging, child-friendly material • New research into benefits on writing • 2014 English Curriculum
• Makes practice fun with games that provide instant feedback • Step by step progression based on research by the University of Exeter, UK • Finely matched to new English Curriculum
Pearson Primary English Ladder Lindsay Pickton, Literacy Advisor, Royal Borough of Kingston Christine Chen, Literacy Advisor, Royal Borough of Kingston Professor Debra Myhill, University of Exeter
Prerequisites for Each National Curriculum Requirement New National Curriculum Requirements (Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling) and Composite Skills for Years 3 and 4 1. Develop their understanding of how spoken language differs from and can be represented in writing by: a. Extending the range of sentences with more than one clause by using a wider range of connectives e. g. 'when', 'if', 'because', 'although' Identify main and subordinate clauses within sentences. Y 1 Identify a subject and verb Add subordinate clauses before and after main clauses. Y 2 Identify a clause and a simple sentence Choose appropriate connectives to link subordinate clauses to main clauses. Y 2 Use simple conjunctions, e. g. 'and', 'but', 'so' Identify an adverb Choose appropriate connecting adverbs to link ideas expressed in consecutive sentences. Compose complex sentences using appropriate subordinating conjunctions and connecting adverbs. b. Choosing nouns or pronouns appropriately for clarity and cohesion, and to avoid ambiguity and repetition Identify nouns and pronouns within a text. Identify synonymous nouns/noun phrases within a passage, e. g. 'the woman'/'the lady'/'the teacher'. Y 2 Identify the difference between a word and a phrase Y 1 Identify plurals Make appropriate links between nouns and pronouns within a text, e. g. ‘The teacher … she’; ‘The bus … it’. Change pronouns to reflect singular/plural, e. g. 'the players … they …'; 'the dog … it …'. Y 1 Compose simple sentences Use accurate subject-verb agreement Compose linked sentences using pronouns consistent with nouns. Improve text by removing repetition of pronouns or nouns, replacing these appropriately. Improve text by replacing ambiguous pronouns with precise nouns, e. g. 'The teacher told the girl off. She looked very unhappy'.
1. Check where children are at Diagnostic check 2. Whole class teaching Grammar and Spelling Bug joins up assessment with teaching and practice 4. Assess … pupils’ progress 3. Identify, expand, and compose online with tutorials on hand
Its comprehensive! Video tutorials Assessment Teaching support
UK Online Subscriptions…The Process!
ISBNs and more… • All new ISBNs will be available on the website and Global Schools catalogues from next month. www. pearsonglobalschools. com http: //playbook. pearsonglobalschools. com Bug Club neo group and Global Schools neo space
Timings September October ISBNs for Bug Club available for print ISBNs for Bug Club available for subscriptions End of September – free trial updated with new content for Bug Club Free trial of SPAG for BC customers and free unit on website November Launch of SPAG and ISBNs available
Q&A Q: Will this work on i. Pads? A. Currently, the complete Bug Club offering is built in Flash meaning it is incompatible with Flash. All of Bug Club is currently being built in HTML 5 so that we can migrate to the new Active. Learn platform (at the end of 2014) which will work on i. Pads. Q: Will Grammar and Spelling Bug be available for Years 1 -6? A: Yes! At launch there will be content available for Years 1 to 6. Q: Can you assign a game to a pupil like you can an e. Book? A: Currently, no. This is because it is built in flash and the new functionality being built at the moment in HTML 5 will allow this. Q: Why are the assessments in Grammar and Spelling Bug in pdf format and not online? A: This was tested with UK schools and teachers preferred the assessments to replicate what children are currently used to (print tests). Q. What will happen to existing customers of Bug Club A: All existing customers will be migrated over for free to the new subscription ISBNs (so will get access to all new titles). Grammar and Spelling Bug will be a brand new subscription that they will have to buy separately.