Years 6-10 Literacy For Students

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Your tutor in a book! Master the essential literacy skills for success! 'I don't know how to do this' is a refrain heard whilst many a student is doing homework. Parents are increasingly called on for assistance, but are themselves struggling to help their children. Years 6-10 Literacy For Students is a reference guide for both students and parents, aiming to fill the gaps in a student's knowledge base, build confidence and reduce stress. Written with the same friendly, how-to approach of the successful For Dummies books, this new educational reference will empower students and develop their literacy skills for exams, NAPLAN testing and, most importantly, life beyond secondary school. With worries that students are being taught to pass tests at the expense of understanding - this guide will help students increase their understanding of grammar and writing.Master grammar and communicate ideas more effectively Improve writing and comprehension skills Complete homework and prepare for tests with confidenceSave money on expensive tutors. Years 6-10 Literacy For Students empowers students to improve their educational outcomes.

They are explicitly taught strategies for beginning reading, writing and spelling. Modelled reading is an essential part of daily reading programs across all year levels (F-6). Modelled reading: develops students' understandings about reading while building a background of text experiences that they can draw on as they learn to read independently.

Early success in reading is a powerful predictor of later achievement in a range of other academic areas. Individuals without literacy skills are at risk of being unable to participate in the workforce or engage fully in civic and social life. Set students a reading challenge: We run a "16 classics before you're 16" challenge, where the upper school students attempt to read 16 classic set texts before they finish year 11.