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Proposed additional Auckland date for NZQA roadshow

22.11.2017

Many people were unable to attend the NZQA Roadshow in Auckland and are hoping that it will be run again, however we have to prove that there will be sufficient interest before ... Read more »

My Name is Rez

16.11.2017

School Journal Level 3 November 2017 Rez Gardi was born in a Kurdish refugee camp in Pakistan and came to New Zealand as a young child, with her family. This graphic text is ... Read more »

New New Zealanders

16.11.2017

In the November Level 3 School Journal there is an article that introduces readers to a family who have escaped war-torn countries in the Middle East and have now embraced the freedom and ... Read more »

NEW School Journal Level 2 November 2017

16.11.2017

PDFs of all the texts in this issue of the School Journal are available online as well as teacher support materials (TSM) and audio for some titles:     TSM Audio Stories Finders, Keepers ... Read more »

NEW School Journal Level 3 November 2017

16.11.2017

PDFs of all the texts in this issue of the School Journal are available online as well as teacher support materials (TSM) for some titles:     TSM Stories No Fangs   The Fantail ... Read more »

NEW School Journal Level 4 November 2017

16.11.2017

PDFs of all the texts in this issue of the School Journal are available online as well as teacher support materials (TSM) for some texts:     TSM Stories The Fight   The Moa - ... Read more »

The Moa by Lucy Buchanan - 2017 Elsie Locke writing prize winner

16.11.2017

Now on Instructional Series Online, the 2017 Elsie Locke writing prize winner Moa by Lucy Buchananillustrated by Elliemay Logan"The brown-feathered bird stared down, studying her like prey. She wanted to run, to ... Read more »

He Tohu - an interview with Kate Potter

16.11.2017

In this EdTalk, Kate Potter, learning specialist at the National Library of New Zealand, talks about the new He Tohu exhibition, which brings together three of Aotearoa’s founding documents: the 1835 Declaration of Independence ... Read more »

Roadshow: English Language - Supporting Consistent Assessment Practice

10.11.2017

Places are still available for EL roadshows in Wellington (on 25 November 2017) and Christchurch (on 2 December 2017), via the  EL roadshow webpage.Please note that registration closing dates, for the Wellington and Christchurch roadshows, ... Read more »

NEW - ELLP support resource

08.11.2017

NEW - ELLP support resourceThe Ministry ESOL team has developed a new resource to further support teachers using the ELLP matrices. This resource on ESOL Online has three parts:Planning-for-English-language-learning_reference 1. Key messages ... Read more »




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