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A TA delivers an oral language intervention session for three Early Years pupils, at risk of poor literact development.
Advanced teaching assistant, Sue Backhouse, has been trained by the University of York team to teach oral language to pre-school children in Hinderwell Community Primary School.
This video focuses on the nursery phase of intervention, with early vocabulary and narrative, teaching to a group of three pupils at risk of poor literacy development in the Early Years.
The research suggests that even at three and a half, these children will benefit from this intervention and achieve significantly better in their later literacy classes.
Part of the series: Early Reading