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An eloquent silence: The value of wordless narratives

Dr Cathy Sly investigates the significance of wordless graphic novels and picture books, and offers practical suggestions for exploring these silent narratives with students.

Read the article, An eloquent silence: The value of wordless narratives by Dr Cathy Sly.

Developing EAL/D student writing practices in a digital age: A focus on informative text types

Sussan Allaou, EAL/D teacher, suggests ways teachers can assist EAL/D students to compose informative texts.

Read the article, Developing EAL/D student writing practices in a digital age: A focus on informative text types by Sussan Allaou.

Guided Inquiry in Stage 4 history: Collaboration between teacher librarians and classroom teachers

Amber Sorensen, teacher librarian at Cherrybrook High School, describes two Stage 4 history units which used Guided Inquiry to develop students’ skills in research, note taking and synthesising information.

Read the article, Guided Inquiry in Stage 4 history: Collaboration between teacher librarians and classroom teachers by Amber Sorensen.

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