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9. Using instructional strategies

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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:29 by NZTecAdmin
  • The term “deliberate acts of teaching” was coined by the team that developed materials for literacy teaching in the school sector. It arose from the need to be clear that teachers needed to provide strategic instruction as well as facilitate activities that engaged learners with text . Effective literacy practice is not just about establishing a text-rich environment!
  • Instructional strategies -deliberate acts of teaching - that are most effective with learners at this level include: modelling, prompting, questioning, giving feedback, discussing and explaining. You can read more about these on pages 24 and 25 in Teaching Adults to Read With Understanding- Using the Learning Progressions.


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