|Other Retailer||Price Checked Time||Their Price in AUD||Our Price|
|Amazon UK||1 days ago||64.02||$58.54||You save $5.48|
PART ONE: PLANNING HANDWRITING ACROSS THE WHOLE SCHOOLThe Priority for Handwriting in the CurriculumThe Relationship between the Skill of Handwriting and Other SubjectsWhen to Introduce Handwriting in the Reception ClassThe Choice of Handwriting ModelBalancing Movement and NeatnessHow Much Emphasis on JoiningDisplay Writing - Both by Teachers and PupilsLiaison with Pre-School Groups, Parents and Other SchoolsA Policy for Left-HandersA Policy for Special NeedsA Policy for Newcomers from Other SchoolsTerminologyAssessment and Record KeepingPART TWO: CLASSROOM MANAGEMENTLayout of the ClassroomBalancing Whole-Class Instruction with One-to-One AttentionPostureAppropriate FurniturePaper Position and Its Effect on PosturePenholdMaterials Pencils and Pens, Paper Size and LinesMaking Children Aware of the Importance of All These IdeasPART THREE: A SYSTEM FOR TEACHING LETTERSThe Vital Early YearsThe Concepts Behind Our Writing SystemDifferent Approaches to TeachingExplaining the Act of Writing in a Logical SequenceIntroducing Letters in Stroke-Related FamiliesTeaching the First Letter FamilyTeaching the Second Letter FamilyTeaching the Round LettersComplex Letters and Emerging ProblemsName WritingDesigning ExercisesStarting to Use LettersLinesDrawing with WritingRemedial Work Often Begins on Day OneJoining as Soon as PossiblePersonal Letters Lead to Efficiency and SpeedWhat Handwriting Problems May IndicateLayouts for Practice CardsRecommendations from Research into Children's HandwritingSome Personal CommentsPART FOUR: A NEW WAY OF LOOKING AT HANDWRITING PROBLEMSHandwriting as a Diagnostic ToolProblems That Show through HandwritingSpecific Problems for Left-HandersProblems with DirectionalityPerceptual ProblemsObserving, Assessing and Dealing with TremorsFatigueGaps in LearningPosture as an Indicator, as Well as a Cause of ProblemsAn Attitude of Understanding
Rosemary Sassoon is an independent consultant and lecturer, based in Sevenoaks, Kent. She is the author of Handwriting: The Way to Teach it, Paul Chapman Publishing, 2003.
`This is a comprehensive textbook, and an extremely accessible and practical guide which should be on the bookshelf of every practitioner. I recommend it highly' - Jeni Riley, Head of Early Childhood and Primary Education Institute of Education, University of London