Subject Pages and knowledge/ skills organisers.
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What is a knowledge organiser, and what should it include?
A knowledge organiser is a document, usually no more than two sides of A4, that contains key facts and information that children need to have a basic knowledge and understanding of a topic.
Most knowledge organisers will include:
- the essential facts about the topic, usually laid out in easily digestible chunks
- key vocabulary or technical terms and their meanings
- images such as maps or diagrams
- famous quotations, if relevant.
What a knowledge organiser includes will depend on the subject. For example, a ‘Second World War’ knowledge organiser and a ‘Rivers’ knowledge organiser would both include maps, but the former would also include a timeline, and the latter would need diagrams.
How can I as a parent use the knowledge organisers?
Talk to your child about what they are going to learn, ask them afterwards what they have learnt .
Ask them which facts they can remember.
Ask them to tell you what they learnt yesterday/ last week or last month