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12. Why not start with punctuation?

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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:29 by NZTecAdmin
  • It is the quality and flow of ideas in writing that has the most impact on a reader. This means that your learners will get the most benefit from your teaching when you focus on helping them to generate and develop ideas, if this is an area that needs attention.
  • Punctuation is really important in helping readers understand a text. However, it is best taught in the context of learning to write sentences that clearly communicate ideas, information or experiences. In this way learners can understand the purpose and use of punctuation as a meaning-making activity.


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