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Strategy: Thinking more deeply about your literacy strategy

In order for your literacy strategy to be effective, you need to consider your answers to the following questions. These are all on the worksheets and are the same as what you’ll find in your assessment template. 532 more words

Strategy: How to write your own strategy for embedding writing

This time you need to create your own strategy for embedding writing into your programme.

You can Download our worksheet for this here if you need it. 109 more words

Strategies: What are some examples of literacy strategies?

Here are some examples of literacy strategies developed by tutors for embedding literacy into their programmes. These are one sentence summaries. You’ll need to write something similar. 114 more words

Strategies: How do you write a literacy strategy

A good programme-level strategy should feel broad in scope. It should be broad enough that you can apply the strategy to your programme over time. But it should also set some more specific direction in terms of what kinds of skills you’re hoping to develop. 373 more words

Strategies: What's your context for embedding literacy and numeracy?

This is the first section in your assessment. You need to summarise your particular teaching or training context. And you do this by answering three questions. 268 more words

4. Strategies for embedding LN into your programme

Kia ora and welcome…!

This is the fourth of seven collections covering the knowledge and skills you need to teach better by embedding literacy and numeracy into your training. 310 more words

25 Instructional Improvements

  1. Add Energy/Movement
  2. Display Preparation (e.g. making worksheet/slideshow, guided notes, or activity)
  3. Clear & Deliberate Transitions
  4. Crisp Start or Planned Ending
  5. Confidence, Comfort, or Teacher Voice…
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