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10. What’s an appropriate teaching focus for the group?

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Last updated 12 April 2013 11:53 by NZTecAdmin
  • Based on the next steps for the group, the most appropriate teaching focus is on using basic grammar and punctuation to construct short, simple and compound sentences. Learning Progressions - Write to Communicate, Language and Text Features, Step 3

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  • Choosing this teaching focus lets you build on existing strengths across the group (vocabulary and ideas) and also takes into account the need to work on punctuation (not a strength for two out of three learners).


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