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Designed for reading to children, JillE Books are perfect for developing vocabulary and an awareness of sounds and rhymes. The books do this with a mix of highly visual illustrations and layout, rhythmical texts and humour. The award-winning author, Jill Eggleton QSO, is an internationally recognised literacy consultant and teacher.
Aimed at developing curious minds, this book combines SOLO Taxonomy with current theories on how students learn and effective pedagogies. It investigates the increasing complexity of the science capability of gathering and interpreting data through a series of simple paired experiments in contexts that are familiar to students.
Reflecting the great diversity of cultures in the region, Poetry in Multicultural Oceania is enriched with a multitude of Aboriginal Australian, Māori, Pasifika, Asian and other voices in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand. The central mission of this series is to guide and inspire students to reflect, explore and write poems drawing on their own unique perspectives and experiences of culture. Check out the latest book in this series.
Story Seekers is designed to lift reluctant readers’ literacy skills through easy-reading, high-interest texts and engage learners with a background other than English. Written at an approximately 7-year-old reading level, the books have a strong appeal to 10- to 12-year old readers. The Activity Book offers teaching ideas and cross-curricular activities.
Your personal organiser and teaching guide has arrived! The popular Essential Planner 2019 includes a spacious weekly diary with SOLO Taxonomy tips plus monthly and yearly overviews. It’s packed with relevant teaching ideas for English, mathematics, science, digital technologies and more, along with helpful teacher support templates.
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STEM Detectives guides educators to identify the STEM happening in children’s play, as well as develop the skills to support and encourage a deeper level of exploration and discovery. It discusses why STEM is important and identifies the social, economic and environmental trends that will see STEM thinking become increasingly important in a changing world.
With a focus on issues of immediate relevance to students’ own lives, Teaching Media Literacy through Contemporary Issues prompts them to explore who created a message and why, what techniques it uses and what points of view it includes or omits. In completing the activities, students will develop their analytical and critical thinking skills plus help them form their own well-grounded opinions.
Research showing many boys are disengaged from the process of writing has laid down the challenge; Writing Success for Boys responds. Boys won’t be able to resist its inclusive, purposeful writing programme, which puts fun and creativity at centre stage. This resource cleverly connects the dots between boys and literacy, engagement in literacy, the rhythm of learning and master teaching.
Written to be approachable and useful, Accelerate Progress with Writing, sets out a practical programme complete with the tools and lesson plans that address central dimensions of effective teaching practice. It includes simple routines that link together to integrate purposeful learning in writing into daily, weekly and long-term plans.
With this Jump into Reading with Journals series you can complement and build on your use of the School Journals in your guided reading programme. The independent activities are designed to follow on from a guided reading session, with the aim of developing knowledge of both surface and deeper features of the text as well as exploring the topic further.
The On a Roll with Maths series has been designed to motivate your students to practise and build on their numeracy skills. Each strategy or knowledge component is broken down into sequential steps to make new learning as easy as possible. It also provides opportunities for students to apply their number knowledge and mental strategies.