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12. Using the eliminating questions

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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:29 by NZTecAdmin




Look at the eliminating questions on pages 37 and 38 of the Starting Points Assessment Guide. Click here to download the Starting Points Assessment Guide

The eliminating questions provide suggestions as to what steps to take if you think that a particular issue is a possible factor in an adult learner’s literacy development. Some factors require the learner to be referred to a specialist.

With information gathered from the Initial Survey and possibly, the Eliminating Questions, you will have a better sense of where to start to investigate the specific knowledge and skills the learner needs to draw on to read.

To find out more about adult reading, we suggest you read the report by John Kruidenier that describes the research and its implications for practice. Click here to download a copy of Research based principles for adult basic education reading instruction




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