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The years 1-6 and years 7-13 ELIP resources are now live on ESOL Online. These resources, which were previously only available in print and on CD, are now available on ESOL Online ... Read more »19.06.2013
Webinar: Teaching not Tools - using online tools to accelerate student learning. This link provides a recording of the webinar that was conducted on Tuesday 18 June by Breda Matthews, secondary ESOL ... Read more »27.05.2013
The English Language Learning Progressions (ELLP) matrices, including Oral Language input/listening, Oral Language output/speaking, Writing and Reading can be found here, under the NZ Curriculum diagram. The matrix for each section can ... Read more »27.05.2013
You can now read and enjoy the May 2013 newsletter online. ... Read more »30.04.2013
Do you need to talk to your students’ parents or caregivers but your know they do not speak English?The Citizens’ Advice Bureau offers support and advocacy for new immigrants to New Zealand. ... Read more »24.04.2013
You can now read and enjoy the April 2013 newsletter online. ... Read more »22.03.2013
You can now read and enjoy the March 2013 newsletter online. ... Read more »18.03.2013
The new Key Competencies indicator tool allows teachers to learn more about embedding the key competencies within subject learning. The tool consists of: a self-audit framework of questions and 14 examples of ... Read more »14.03.2013
Literacy in the learning areasThe Secondary Literacy section on Literacy Online provides advice and guidance to teachers in the essential learning areas, based on the teaching as inquiry cycle.For each learning area, ... Read more »25.02.2013
Last year, two teachers at Limehills School undertook an inquiry project to embrace the school’s diverse community. They tell Education Gazette their story. ... Read more »