Noisy Classroom always love to work in partnership with the PiXL Club and this term we have been working with PiXL Primary to develop an Oracy Progress Map. This useful tool will help teachers to identify their pupil’s skill levels and see where they need to get to next. It covers five strands of oracy and breaks each down into four levels to cover key stages one and two. Each strand is also linked to resources to support teachers in developing skills. Watch this short video to see more.
PiXL Primary schools can access the map and supporting materials (including a webinar on debate in the classroom recorded by Noisy Classroom Director, Debbie Newman) on the PiXL Primary website.
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