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  1. Cultivating Writers: Elevate Your Writing Instruction Beyond the Skills to Ignite the Will

    Cultivating writers shows teachers how to take writing instruction beyond the skills to ignite the will to write among Years 3–8 students. Based on extensive classroom experience, this book shares strategies that help students tap into their own life experiences, model the habits of a writer and make use of the tools of the trade. 

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    A$34.95
  2. The Write Thing: Kwame Alexander Engages Students in Writing Workshop (and You Can Too!)

    Award-winning author Kwame Alexander joins your classroom as a coach, advisor and friend to give you personal and practical advice on how to teach teach writing to your students. A fun, practical and engaging resource for the whole classroom.

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    A$44.95
  3. Hands-On STEAM Explorations for Young Learners: Problem-Based Investigations for Preschool to Second Grade

    Hands-on STEAM explorations for young learners uses popular children’s nursery rhymes to explore STEAM concepts through minds-on, hands-on investigations. Children ages 4–8 and their teachers will love this twist on familiar nursery rhymes. Children will enjoy problem-solving and tinkering as they discover and explore. Baa, Baa, Black Sheep insists that she hides more colours in the drawn lines of her black wool. Test to find out if it is possible for black to be more than one colour. How might you make Old King Cole’s fiddle using cardboard boxes and rubber bands? Teachers will appreciate the easy-to-follow layout, connections to advanced learning and easy-to-access materials in each investigation. Innovation, wonder and fun are at the heart of each of these explorations.

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  4. Burnt: An Australian Anti-Bullying Play (Years 8-10)

    Burnt tells the story of Simon, who is consistently bullied by Richard, one of his schoolmates. Set after the situation has come to a crisis point, the play explores the feelings of three of Simon's friends - could they have prevented it? - with flashbacks to incidents between Simon and Richard, and monologues from Simon about his longing to fit in. By putting themselves in Simon's place, students learn to have empathy for the victims of bullying, to understand that 'it's okay to be different' and to create a strong network among themselves to support one another.

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