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4. Sharing quality writing is a deliberate act of teaching

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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:29 by NZTecAdmin
  • Deliberate acts of teaching are the instructional strategies that educators use in order to provide focused, purposeful instruction for their learners. The term was first coined to help teachers in the school sector to focus on what they could say and do to strengthen their learners’ literacy. Deliberate acts of teaching are described on pages 24 and 25 of Teaching Adults to Write to Communicate: Using the Adult Learning Progressions.
  • Effective educators usually plan to use particular instructional strategies based on what they know about learners and their next steps. This knowledge also helps them make strategic “on the run” decisions to when they see the opportunity.


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