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7. Adjusting the reading programme

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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:30 by NZTecAdmin

  • A feature of focused, intensive programmes is that they need to be responsive to the impact they are having on learners. Although sometimes it might be a question of providing more time, often instructional approaches need to be refined or modified to get the gain you’re looking for. It’s also possible that you might need to change tack and use a completely different approach.
  • If learning difficulties are persistent, then you might need to seek specialist help. The eliminating questions we discussed in Module 1 might already have alerted you to this possibility.


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