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2010 Issue 3

View here Disruptive Acts: Some Thoughts on Literature Teaching and Ethics On Teaching the Smithsonian Website: September 11, History and Memory “The Plays the Thing...”: Approaches to Hamlet in Modu...
 

2010 Issue 2

View here A Definition of Poetry: The Double Pattern The Power of Imagery: A Conceptual Stage 5 Unit of Work Felicity Plunkett in Conversation with John Turner My World Through Prufrockian-Coloured L...
 

Teaching Literary Elements

Reading processes, transfer of knowledge, character, setting and theme are outlined in this presentation used in a day long workshop with Associate Professor Jeffrey Willhelm.
 

Teaching Values

Teaching Values - Year 10 - The Council for Christian Education in Schools 2003 This activity is an example of the student material to be published as a series of studies on texts that are commonly s...
 

Content of English: a diagram

Content of English . This diagram is one way of representing the learning in secondary English. It is not exhaustive or definitive but may be helpful in developing aspects of your school program.
 

Collaboration

This presentation outlines how students can collaborate in a critique of a narrative.
 

Peer and Self Assessment Strategies in the Stage 6 Classroom

This paper describes a process for integrating formative assessment strategies in an Year 12 classroom. This teaching and learning strategy aimed to promote a constructivist/formative view of assessm...
 

Feedback, Assessment and Student Writing

This presentation outlines a project undertaken to evaluate the impact of a variety of assessment and feedback strategies on the development of student writing. The sample assessment task, marking cr...
 

Using Bloom’s taxonomy to develop Reading Task questions

This activity looks at developing reading task questions for the Area of Study Belonging and integrating formative and summative approaches to assessment. Participants were given a sample reading tas...
 

Reading Public Assessment Results

This presentation has been designed to be used as a tool for reflection at a faculty meeting. Using real school data from NAPLAN results, this presentation compares a class’s performance in reading, ...
 

Corporate Marking Survey

This survey is a useful starting point for analysis of teacher perception of faculty assessment processes. In particular it focuses on the alignment of teaching and learning, tasks and marking criter...
 

On Stage 6: Advanced/Module B:Critical Study of Texts

The issue of multiple readings.

Few areas of the curriculum have been as fraught with controversy over the last few years as Advanced Module B. The vexed question relates largely to the iss...
 

ICTs in English: An overview

Literacy in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) is fundamental to life in our modern technological society. To equip students to be literate life long learners and global citizens of the...
 

Teacher Specialist Knowledge in English

The general trend around Australia at the moment in curriculum is for the development of longitudinal statements of general "curriculum frameworks" for each KLA including English. During the late 199...
 

Inclusivity in English

Inclusivity is concerned, in particular, with meeting the learning needs of students with a specific focus on those who are vulnerable to marginalisation and exclusion (UNESCO, 1994, cited in Aniftos...
 
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