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9. Deliberate teaching – context


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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:29 by NZTecAdmin
  • Suggestions for teaching decoding are provided in both Starting Points guides. It is more efficient to teach the knowledge and skills readers draw on to decode by focusing on them out of a context. However look for examples of them in the texts that learners are reading and writing.
  • Provide learners with plenty of opportunity to practise their decoding knowledge and skills using texts that are meaningful, rather than worksheets. In the final module in this series, we will look at different resources that have been designed specifically for New Zealand adult learners for this purpose.

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