In this recorded professional learning session, Lyn Rogers and Angela Schipper explore the connections between science and literacy learning and how they can be integrated.
A great informative webinar.Teacher
In the webinar Lyn and Angela:
- discuss how learning literacy through science learning differs from developing scientific literacy
- explore the connections between science and literacy learning and how the two can be complementary
- identify a range of strategies designed to deliberately incorporate literacy learning opportunities into science contexts.
Some thought-provoking ideas.Teacher
See links above to view the video of this professional development session and the Slideshow presentation. You may find it easier to download these.
Nature of science
The idea of developing scientific literacy is explored in this session – notably its connection to the nature of science where, by fostering literacy skills, teachers can support their students to develop the ability to communicate their science understandings and apply these to the wider world.
These ideas are explored in more detail in these PLD sessions:
- Literacy in the secondary science classroom
- Fostering literacy through primary science
- Science through picture books
A range of resources on the Science Learning Hub have been designed to support teachers fostering literacy skills in science contexts. These include a variety of articles, teacher PLD and activities. Some examples are Observation in science – three-level reading guide, Bird conservation and literacy, Antarctica – literacy learning links and Seeds, stems and spores - introduction.
Looking for an engaging science book to add to your next teaching plan/topic? We have created a curation of ones we like in our Pinterest board here.
Check out our entire range of Connected articles here. We’ve curated them by topic and concepts.