Enabling Access
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Enabling Access

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First Published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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  • Paperback | 311 pages
  • 171 x 248 x 17.27mm | 454g
  • David Fulton Publishers Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1853464201
  • 9781853464201
  • 1,798,579

Table of contents

Enabling access, Barry Carpenter and Rob Ashdown. Part I Perspective on the National Curriculum: English, Vivian Hinchcliffe; mathematics, Brian Robbins; science, Ron Ritchie; physical education, David Sugden and Helen Wright; history, Claire Martin and Bernard Gummett; geography, Bernard Gummett and Claire Martin; art, Melanie Peter; music, Penny Lacey; modern foreign languages, Keith Bovair and Brian Robbins; design and technology, Helen Mount; information technology, Tina Detheridge. Part II Access and entitlement to the whole curriculum: religious education, Erica Brown; co-ordinating the whole curriculum, Rob Ashdown; classroom processes, Richard Byers; assessment, Ann Lewis; pupils with profound and multiple learning difficulties, Carol Ouvry and Suzanne Saunders; teachers researching the curriculum, Sally Beveridge. Part III The context for the whole curriculum: enabling partnership - families and schools, Barry Carpenter; access to the system - the legislative interface, Philippa Russell; issues in teacher training, Jill Porter; changing public attitudes, Christina Tilstone. Part IV Preparing for self-advocacy, Peter Mittler.
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