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Pie Corbett unlocks children’s creativity and writing skills through the art of storytelling. He is also a champion of the importance of teaching grammar in context.
Having worked as a teacher, Head Teacher, lecturer and OFSTED inspector, Pie is also a prolific author and a poet. He is the author of Oxford Reading Tree Stories for Writing.
Pie recognises that the ability to tell a story, together with a strong grasp of how language works, provides a springboard to becoming a good writer.
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Pie offers tips and advice to teach grammar successfully. Including suggestions of how to teach grammar in context, getting to grips with word classes and lesson plans.
10 min 14 seconds
Pie looks at sentence patterns and clauses. Along with advice on teaching children how to make language entertaining, whilst writing with rhythm and fluency.
8 min 55 seconds
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