Teaching with Intent 2: Literature-based literacy teaching and learning

Bronwyn Parker & Helen Harper

With many students falling behind their peers, struggling to decode and draw inferential meanings from text, Teaching with Intent 2 describes a highly effective approach to teaching language and literacy that's anchored in storytelling. Parkin and Harper developed their version of this literature-based program over years of professional practice in the classroom with marginalised students.
It involves a sequence of pedagogic strategies that allow teachers to carefully build their students' knowledge about text, language, reading and writing - thoroughly explained in this book, with practical guidance to help you apply the ideas successfully in your own classroom.

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