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A workshop on literacy using pictures to stimulate discussion

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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:29 by NZTecAdmin

Damon has worked with the tutors over a long period of time to develop their teaching strategies for literacy and numeracy. The tutors meet for a one hour session every month. During each session Damon presents a lesson idea that the tutors can apply immediately in their courses. He links the idea to the literacy and numeracy learning progressions.

Firstly Damon talks about the cycle of learners opting out.

“I’ve noticed that our students are pretty hard to motivate sometimes. The less they say, the more we say and before you know it we are talking more and more. They don’t respond and we fill in the gaps,” he says.

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28 May 2018 19:48
Screenshots of images viewed at the net or photographs keen on a camera of a selected topic may be imported to an app. percent talk offers a comedian style way to create speech bubbles, to carry words to life, and showcase gaining knowledge of. The app offers lots of enhancing gear to customize learning and may be shared on social media web sites, despatched as a text message, or e-mailed. https://www.courseworkcamp.co.uk/
28 May 2018 19:49
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