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NCEA (National Certificates of Educational Achievement) are New Zealand's national qualifications for senior secondary students. NCEA is part of the National Qualifications Framework, along with approximately 1000 other qualifications. They are administered and quality assured by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority.
English language learners in years 11–13 may have a diverse range of English language proficiencies and range of competencies in different learning areas. This means they may need to work towards a variety of achievement standards or unit standards, including ESOL unit standards.
Schools are encouraged to plan flexible pathways for learners that recognise their diverse abilities, interests, and aspirations.
Formative teaching and learning sequences and summative assessment tasks prepare students for eight NCEA ESOL level 2 and 3 unit standards assessments.
This NZQA page includes all NCEA English resources, including standards, assessment specifications, assessment and moderation reports, moderator’s updates, literacy requirements, and exemplars.
Teaching and learning sequences to support preparation and assessment for a range of standards are also available on English Online.
ESOL unit standard resources developed by Merle Braithwaite.