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6. Try this out: identify a learner’s strengths and areas to work on


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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:29 by NZTecAdmin
  • Choose a piece of writing from one of your learners.
  • Identify the best fit for the text against the adult writing progressions using the template from pages 66-70 of Teaching Adults to write to Communicate: Using the Learning Progressions
  • You’ll be prompted to look for evidence in the writing to establish exactly where the writing sits against each of the adult writing progressions using the template provided.
  • Identify the learner’s relative strengths and areas to work on.
  • Don’t worry if this takes some time. You will get more skilled at the analysis the more you do it!

Tip: Use two different coloured highlighters to identify phrases, sentences, or sections of the writing that are strengths to build on or areas to work on.

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