An Integrated Approach to Learning shows how integrated learning works in the classroom. The authors look at the contexts for children's learning - some shared, some entirely personal. They also outline how they plan for authenticity in the curriculum, how each activity has a real purpose relating to something the children want to learn or do. Included in the book is a framework for planning for the children's continuing language development, which occurs as they socialize, solve problems, reflect on personal experiences, and take part in learning activities in all areas of the curriculum. Integrated learning, for these authors, is much more than the integrated unit. Because this book is based on sound theory and practical experience, it provides teachers with extremely useable information about integrated learning, for example, the authors share their ways of: timetabling; planning integrated units; and planning for co-operative learning.