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2. Writing is an interactive tool

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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:29 by NZTecAdmin

  • The Learning Progressions for Adult Literacy are based on the theory of literacy as a social and cultural practice. You can read more about this on pages 12 - 14 of the Background Information to the progressions. Click here to link to the background information to the progressions.
  • It’s important that learners understand that writing is a tool that they use for thinking, recording and communicating ideas, information and experiences. They use this tool in a wide range of contexts.
  • The idea that learners see themselves as writers is a key implication of understanding that literacy is a practice that is central to their everyday lives.


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