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  1. Helping Students Become Equation Experts

    The award-winning Equation Expert uses a simple and logical visual approach that makes sense to anyone who might be left behind by a traditional means of learning to solve equations. Use the provided Equation Expert template to clarify and solve twenty different kinds of equations, including mathematical and scientific formulas. Helping Students Become Equation Experts includes the Equation Expert template itself, along with a guide for teachers that includes practice problems and assessments for students.

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  2. Graphic Organisers for Any Subject, Any Year Level

    Good research in many subject areas shows that using graphic organisers leads to improved student performance on assessments and enhanced critical thinking skills. Such tools help students think about their thinking and think about their learning - and lay out ideas in a way to show what they know. Organising visually is a way to process, analyse and synthesise ideas so as to understand them more deeply. Graphic Organisers for Any Subject, Any Year Level is one workbook resource needed by every student and teacher. Here are 60 graphic organisers that can be adapted to most subject areas and most year levels for studying or communicating just about any idea on any topic. Use these open-ended or blank organisers in a variety of ways to fit the specific needs of your students.

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  3. Graphic Organisers for Writing

    The use of graphic organisers as part of the writing process is important to writing success. In his book, Frames of Mind, Howard Gardner discusses how the use of visuals engages a learner’s multiple intelligences. The US Department of Education reported that students with visible planning in writing score higher on most forms of mandated tests than those who did not plan. Graphic Organisers for Writing is one workbook resource every teacher needs. Here are 60 graphic organisers for writing nonfiction, fiction and integrating explicit elements of good writing. Use the organisers to facilitate excellent writing.

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  4. Graphic Organisers for Reading

    The use of graphic organisers makes it easier for students to comprehend and remember what they read. Scientifically based research shows that using graphic organisers leads to improved students performance on assessments and enhanced critical thinking skills. The US National Reading Panel (2000) cited graphic and semantic organisers as one of the most effective ways to help students improve reading comprehension. Graphic Organisers for Reading is one workbook resource every teacher needs. Here are 60 graphic organisers for fiction and nonfiction, literary elements and genre, and reading in any content area. Use the organisers to reinforce important reading strategies.

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  5. Words, Words, Words: Teaching Vocabulary in Grades 4-12

    Do you spend hours creating work lists and weekly vocabulary tests only to find that your students have 'forgotten' the words by the following week? Words, Words, Words describes the research that changed the many teachers teach vocabulary. It offers educators practical, research-based solutions for helping students fall into new language, learn new words and begin to use those words in their speaking and writing lives. Words, Words, Words provides educators with a strong research base, detailed classroom-based lessons and graphic organisers to support the strategy lessons.

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  6. Tools for Teaching Content Literacy

    Janet Allen has developed the ideal support for teachers who want to improve their reading instruction across the curriculum. Tools for Teaching Content Literacy is designed as a ready reference for content reading and writing instruction. Each of the 33 strategies includes a brief description and purpose for each strategy, a research base that documents the origin and effectiveness of the strategy, graphic organisers to support the lesson and classroom vignettes to illustrate the strategy in use. Tools highlights effective instructional strategies and innovative ideas to help you design lessons that meet your students' academic needs as well as content standards, providing a quick reference when implementing standards, designing assessment or evaluating resources for literacy instruction.

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  7. More Tools for Teaching Content Literacy

    More Tools for Teaching Content Literacy extends this treasure trove with 25 new instructional strategies using the same format. Each of the strategies includes a brief description of the instructional tool; an exploration of how and why the tool would be used for instruction in content classes; graphic organisers, models and step-by-step instructions to support using and adapting the instructional strategy; and a research based that documents the origin, adaptations and related reading for understanding the effectiveness of the strategy. More Tools for Content Literacy is a handy reference that provides instant access to succinct descriptions, practical strategies and manageable assessments, allowing teachers to save time and be more flexible and confident in meeting students' needs.

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  8. Tools for Teaching Academic Vocabulary

    In Tools for Teaching Academic Vocabulary, Janet Allen provides strategies that will help students learn new words, become more conscious of words and increase competence in knowing when and how to use words. Tools for Teaching Academic Vocabulary centres on four components of effective vocabulary instruction - providing rich and varied language experiences, teaching individual words, teaching word-learning strategies and fostering word consciousness - and provides tools to develop effective instruction for each component. Janet offers advice on teaching vocabulary across the curriculum, exploring how best to teach general academic vocabulary, discipline-specific vocabulary, topic-specific vocabulary and passage-critical vocabulary.

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  9. WRITE! Series Class Set H (Years 8-9)

    The WRITE! series is a research-based writing program with a foundation in grammar, usage and mechanics (GUM). Comprising of eight books (Books A-H), the program has been developed to give primary and early high school students the tools they need to improve their writing skills and raise their scores on standardised tests. Each WRITE! book is explicitly aligned to the Australian Curriculum: English, but the series has relevance for any curriculum subject area that requires children to create written texts.

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    A$600.00
  10. WRITE! Student Workbook H (Years 8-9): Set of 5

    The WRITE! series is a research-based writing program with a foundation in grammar, usage and mechanics (GUM). Comprising of eight books (Books A-H), the program has been developed to give primary and early high school students the tools they need to improve their writing skills and raise their scores on standardised tests. Each WRITE! book is explicitly aligned to the Australian Curriculum: English, but the series has relevance for any curriculum subject area that requires children to create written texts. WRITE! Workbook H accompanies WRITE! Student Book H, which is intended for use by children in Years 8-9. It provides a space for students to record their responses to questions and assessments given in the Student Book. 

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  11. WRITE! Teacher Guide H (Years 8-9)

    The WRITE! series is a research-based writing program with a foundation in grammar, usage and mechanics (GUM). Comprising of eight books (Books A-H), the program has been developed to give primary and early high school students the tools they need to improve their writing skills and raise their scores on standardised tests. Each WRITE! book is explicitly aligned to the Australian Curriculum: English, but the series has relevance for any curriculum subject area that requires children to create written texts. WRITE! Teacher Guide H accompanies WRITE! Student Book H, which is intended for use by children in Years 8-9. It contains advice for teachers on implementing the series, links to the Australian Curriculum and an answer key for Student Book H, as well as a range of reproducible tools for writing including additional writing prompts, graphic organisers and word lists.

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  12. WRITE! Student Book H (Years 8-9): Set of 5

    The WRITE! series is a research-based writing program with a foundation in grammar, usage and mechanics (GUM). Comprising of eight books (Books A-H), the program has been developed to give primary and early high school students the tools they need to improve their writing skills and raise their scores on standardised tests. Each WRITE! book is explicitly aligned to the Australian Curriculum: English, but the series has relevance for any curriculum subject area that requires children to create written texts. WRITE! Student Book H is intended for use by children in Years 8–9. Topics covered in Part I: Foundations include interrogative and relative pronouns, joining sentences with appositives and revising sentences. In Part II: Models, students learn about seven different genres of writing: descriptions, personal narratives, fictional narratives, informative essays, persuasive essays, summaries and research reports.

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