Monthly Archives: April 2015

NAPLAN: How to teach to the test

This post is part of a series relating to the Minimum Standards for Grammar and Punctuation in the NAPLAN tests. For the first post in this series, click here. The most effective way to teach students how to use grammar … Continue reading

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Identify the correct form of a comparative adjective in a sentence

This post is part of a series relating to the Minimum Standards for Grammar and Punctuation in the NAPLAN tests. For the first post in this series, click here. At Year 9 level, the students are expected to be able … Continue reading

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Plagiarism-proof assignments

Bloom’s taxonomy can be used to prevent students from using copy and paste to complete research assignments. Consider the following assignment: What are the three types of waves? In more detail, describe a longitudinal wave. What is wave interference? As … Continue reading

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