Developing reading comprehension skills

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Anna Hasper, Literacy consultant, is a primary teacher development specialist and consultant based in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates. She has been working in education for over 16 years and has worked on various projects for the British Council, International House, Ministries of Education, IDP IELTS and publishers in primary, secondary and vocational contexts. She writes online courses and blogs and delivers a variety of Cambridge accredited teacher training courses around the world. Anna has worked in a wide variety of countries such as China, Jordan, Lebanon, Ethiopia, Senegal, Morocco and Armenia. She regularly presents at international conferences and publishes in ETP & MET. Her research interests are educational psychology, teacher development and engagement in learning.

This webinar features:
•    Introduction to reading comprehension skills
•    How to support students in developing reading comprehension skills
•    Practical strategies and techniques to develop reading comprehension skills


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"At Macmillan Education we recognise that teachers are not only looking for classroom resources, but also support with digital, teacher training, language, links between school and home and assessment. In addition to resources that develop the key life skills. Our promise to you is to provide courses that cater to all of these whilst being written by subject experts, a great many of whom have been teachers so understand the challenges and opportunities faced each day in the classroom. They have taken the world leading and proven teaching methods for each subject, built upon research and evidence, to create resources that will help you to deliver lessons that inspire curiosity and engagement, and ultimately put your pupils on a path towards being the best they can be."