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Ministry of Education.

Teaching Inquiry: Planning to meet student needs

How can literacy learning needs be addressed in the teaching and learning programme?

Examples from Practice - Science Year 10 - Supporting students to read and select relevant information within a research project.

How does research inform my inquiry?

  • Teaching Science through Literacy: An article by Cynthia Shanahan, from Adolescent Literacy Research and Practice, Edited by Tamara L. Jetton and Janice A. Dole (2004) Guildford Press.
  • Content-Area Literacy: Science: By Carol Lee and Anika Spratley (2009). This short article outlines some of the challenges faced by students when reading science texts.

How will progress be monitored?

Your inquiry will determine the ways in which progress should be monitored. For example, you may decide to monitor progress through student writing, oral responses, research skills and/or presentations.

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Published on: 09 May 2016




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