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National Standards illustrations
This new section on the Literacy Online site provides access to the reading and writing standards high resolution illustrations that demonstrate the literacy demands of the texts and tasks students will be engaging with across the curriculum. These illustrations are available to teachers and educators to support their planning, teaching and their judgments about students’ progress and achievement. Currently this section includes the twenty two illustrations found in the Reading and Writing Standards document and five new illustrations. We will continue to add illustrations to this section next year.
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Illustrations and the National Standards
This series of modules has been developed to help teachers and other education professionals work with the National Standards and the illustrations in reading, writing and mathematics. A key message throughout the modules is that the standards can be integral to effective practice rather than perceived as an “extra” task over and above effective practice.
Click here to view the Maths National Standards illustrations
Accessing the National Standards
There are national standards for reading and writing for years 1 – 8. The National Standards are available online on the New Zealand Curriculum website or can be ordered from Down the Back of the Chair. For further enquiries, phone the Down the Back of the Chair team on 0800 660 662.
English language learners progress and achievement will be reported in relation to the National Standards. It is recommended that schools also assess and report the progress and achievement of English language learners in relation to the English Language Learning Progressions (ELLP), as the Progressions provide a guide to typical language learning pathways for students learning English as an additional language.