Effective Reo-a-Waha: Oral Language in the Classroom
According to the Education Endowment Foundation (2017) there is extensive evidence that improving learners speaking and listening skills is a key action in supporting literacy progress.
Of course, the benefits of effective communication skills reach far beyond the literacy space. These skills support learners to build agency and the social emotional skills that will help them to be successful learners in a range of contexts.
We know that there is a lot of quality Reo-a-waha in learning spaces all the time but what does this really look like?
Download this resource to understand what the evidence tells us effective oral language looks, sounds and feels like.