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1. Section C: “Fit for Purpose” Writing

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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:29 by NZTecAdmin

In this section we look at ways to help learners use their knowledge of writing skills and processes to write for different purposes.

  • Start by refreshing your understanding of how learners can best be supported to apply their knowledge and skills to different writing tasks. The EFF Research Principle: A Contextualised Approach to Curriculum and Instruction provides insights into the importance of learners taking control of their knowledge base . Click here for a PDF of A contextualised approach
  • You might also like to review the section about writing on pages 29-33 of Learning Progressions for Adult Literacy and Numeracy: Background Information. Click here for the background information on the Write to Communicate learning progressions.


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