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2022-06-22 03:45:00
2022-06-22 04:30:00
Europe/London

In this webinar we will be showcasing our 57 new NZC 3 English and Literature skills lessons. 

Our new Literacy Contextual Lessons have been drawn from the Literacy Progression Framework and are aimed to support teachers through the transition of the upcoming NZ Curriculum change. 

The lessons have been written by NZ primary teachers, for NZ primary teachers and include diverse voices with a special focus on Māori and Pasifika - the themes of Te Taiao and pūrākau are woven throughout the modules. 

We listened to what our NZ teachers wanted and have included explanation writing, information reports, narrative, poetry and persuasive writing. We lead students through the features of each genre and guide them toward producing their own using a SOLO taxonomy to structure the lessons.

We look forward to working with kaiako to discuss and discover ways to most effectively utilise these exciting new lessons with your ākonga.




Presenter

Alana Cochrane

Alana Cochrane

Primary Teacher Consultant

Education Perfect

alana.cochrane@educationperfect.com

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Alana Cochrane is a qualified Primary School Teacher who has taught from Year 0 to 8 in Ōtautahi for the last 8 years. At EP She will be assisting the team with the design and implementation of exciting new lessons and projects. Alana will also be working closely with Primary Teachers to ensure that they are getting the best learning outcomes for their ākonga who are using EP.

Justin Paul

Justin Paul

Aotearoa Curriculum Specialist

justin.paul@educationperfect.com

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Justin Paul taught English from Years 7-13 in NZ and the UK for twenty years. He worked at Te Kura (The Correspondence School) as they made the transition to become an online school and then more recently as an Advisor at the Ministry of Education, working on the regional office's NCEA Change Programme team.

Justin works at the crossroads of strategy, content delivery and schools, ultimately providing direction on EP's NZ content to ensure that it aligns to the NZ Curriculum.

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