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2. The importance of monitoring

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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:30 by NZTecAdmin

  • Reading programmes for learners at this level should be designed to provide intensive instruction that addresses learners’ needs. As we discussed in Module 1, these needs will have been identified through diagnostic inquiry that is sufficiently fine-grained and specific to focus such instruction.
  • You also need to set some expectations around the time-frame that should be needed for learners to make progress. It’s important to maintain momentum. Many of these adult learners have already spent too much time not making progress.
  • Monitor the impact of the programme within the timeframe that has been set. Extend, refine, modify or change the instructional approach if the learning need persists. Set new learning goals with students.



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