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20 JUNE 2017
Cambridge author Misty Adoniou writes for The Conversation on the importance of comprehension in reading.
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21 MARCH 2017
There are a quarter of a million words in the English language and in the past we have been far more inclined to test spelling rather than to teach it
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10 NOVEMBER 2016
Can Pokémon GO be effectively used inside AND outside of the classroom?
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20 SEPTEMBER 2016
If your students are struggling to grasp the basics of punctuation, don’t be surprised. British linguist, David Crystal, recently discussed how there are many different interpretations of the ‘rules’ of punctuation.
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16 AUGUST 2016
Explore a dynamic and flexible online solution for developing essential English skills.
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10 AUGUST 2016
Cambridge University Press research shows gender divides in the language of sport.
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04 SEPTEMBER 2015
16 original stories and poems written by Indigenous Australians are featured in the newly released Paper Dreaming: Our Stories, Our Way, published by Cambridge University Press.
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01 APRIL 2015
The Australian Curriculum places an emphasis on students analysing and producing multimodal texts. Ellen Rees explores how memes can be used to compel and appeal to their intended audience.
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18 MARCH 2015
Erika Boas discusses how students can explore visual techniques through intertextuality and how teachers can tie this into the Australian curriculum
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