English for the Australian Curriculum Book 1 by Brenton Doecke, Graham Parr, Pam Macintyre, Natalie Bellis
  

English for the Australian Curriculum Book 1

Written by Brenton Doecke, Graham Parr, Pam Macintyre, Natalie Bellis
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English for the Australian Curriculum Book 1 by Brenton Doecke, Graham Parr, Pam Macintyre, Natalie Bellis

English for the Australian Curriculum Book 1 privileges student experience, creative engagement with texts, moments of reflection and deep thinking. Drawing on an inquiry model of learning, it provides opportunities for students to write and create their own texts. Written for the Australian Curriculum, English for the Australian Curriculum Book 1 provides a fully balanced and integrated approach to the study of language, literature and literacy. It actively engages students with texts at a variety of levels: * Develops language skills at word, sentence and text level, with activities in reading, writing, viewing, creating, listening and speaking * Encourages student writing across a variety of contexts, for a variety of purposes and for a variety of audiences * Underlines the importance of visual literacy * Provides opportunities for students to create their own multimodal texts

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Format

Paperback
288 pages
Interest Age: From 12

Author

Brenton Doecke, Graham Parr, Pam Macintyre, Natalie Bellis
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Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

1st April 2011

ISBN

9781107648623


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